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Wcctly o Tl TTLE c/ffl NGS Complete Short Story Small incidents, in marriage, are like the stones that start an avalanche £-, M tth* a] arm flock •mnl a off it )rrfc«d Hugh V^^ow L Ig U*l up from a well of blissful oblivion, jnti of) him for « eotnate or [to float- auj on the surface, a helpfe** prey i) vague aifprrhmsi Diu L Bp turned *rr BO hi* buck and winced For now hr could no kingro" odav the faieg that this w*a Monday momuut ■drindar morning in a world he had Limit •uapected was tint the brat of all possible worlda. HOW THEY HAVE GROWN." Here it a happy picture ai the husky New Zealand Johnson "quods," most talked of children in the Southern Hemisphere, From left: Bruce, Kathleen, Vcro, Mory, waiting ot the garden gate. Be whirled the huh back to him, I and carefully lighted the gourd In Clilqui U^ lcn lurid. Tljough li waa et«ty ervo Udii 1 to rrmrmbcr you, air Ljiiit'.' ene added. She leaned a shoulder penaivrly towards liim oik I began to talk about the d UTlcui Uex or her life. VThat regrettable wurd A he might have *pokert next he woukl net/er know. la mild and -J"*'"'*- 1*00101* rof Oililnmd thousands of homes whrro — ~a, Caltfumia Svrnp ol hss proved an eauully w Hadala K In. Bui adulation can never tnrn their heads — atnre both have their feet firmly on the grounrl -t love to wort hard, says Shirley raimly Tin uacd to It: and I believe tn It 1 I've worked hard practically all my life At arc years of age thr future singer Waa prac- tising the piano ftvp hours a day aha was a trained and tried concert nianlar before she entered thr f California Band- leader Oui Arnhelm heard about the undergraduate who could titng popular songs as well a* she could play. whose »lr im their a Bpueatloci for a marrtagft peroilt tlrr*e days before ' thrlr marriage, to that they eotdd marry on Saturday. I'll crown you srort." Inln tile young man's eyes came the glenm of atoe L "You're bees drtnklnir and you're con- futed." he said evenly. The new man did odd Jobs at first, fiiilng in wherever he was needed. The spoiled darling of society, so much hi demand that he roultl not have tilled all the eiisascmeiiis offered, even It there had been sixty liouru ltt each day. least important mem- ber ol the world in which he lived. tticugh the scheme of hi* ertstenre hail been turned topsy-turvy. Endent.y they were in the nildefc Of one of these, for the ajder of the two ronftjdad to Gin**, when he stopped to leave them name n that his partner, Swan Boat, waj the moat p^-hcaded yackaaa who had ever oomc from Sweden, ■nd that he k&z jo old be waa getting ohtid Ub. "It s a ahame that men a* old aa they are havr to live ao hard.*' Jim said, aa they s Twung bade to the trail. Tna park waw limmed by tmuntadna, and be- tween the peaks deep, navvy canyon* ran.

1 think Uuil'e amarl of Bruxe.- *h* ttald approvm H ly. been a tull Uim Umn an too* ;r only lie could have been wiui truunl But alir dhl tint telj Honor thai, *oc oontentcd herself with a mere itm.ni; "He i «eh • darling |- Pleot* lurn to Page -1-0 1 National Library of Australia April Z9, 1939 Thf Australian Women ■. m n*i H«- H»iilitt..r,il, mlti«ta«rll.t.ia'l"» I* National Library of Australia • "MY! shat- teritur tlie gourd In Chlrjuitn A hutid Into a dozen pieces. To-morrow VU eend ymr a down pairs." Then Dorern said something that set a Ht Lle hetl rmflrie, far back in srjujr remote fc Lilnem of his mind. Possibly it aeenn'd to Doreen Uiat the right moment had arrived. With prwmedlsataori and fore- Cscut M arhat a lot could be den* to revive tola art let ua briror to ugh* our latent thrstsghta and five more of our spare momenta so te Uw-vrrstiisg. AUrc SS- Svft Kn Park, (LA Marriage ties bar to business success? and U*t#, inttkout e Usythtrvs t Lie, : a:, inc-tv-ive ia -jr. They come from different environment* goidrn- curl M Shirley was a blues singer and brown - halred Ellen worked in n sweet simp Bui thev share the saint secret nuii tercet to their recipe tor living- -and their recipe for llilne Is hard work ti la difficult ui believe it to-day Shirley has ttle furs. Ls*\ Pun* are r Samoriiuj for more pic- " ^ Lure* from the pair. Jim rcichcd forward to gather In a alack he bad Juiil won wlurn tlir stranger Inler- nmm. no I You played the king, not the Jack," Jim conwl Kt him. youiisj fellow, don't fry to slip any- thing qm on me. Wilbur finished glancing over the not* of Introduction and siinok hands wlln Jim. He believed the New York go-between was up to mischief or some tort, but he had no evidence of H other than the transfer ot mousy from him to Ole Peterson. He lnlehl liave encaged tun Swede to bu with hlni and do Lhe heavy work at a fishing oamp on Roartng Fork. Jim did not want to make a fool of tumaeti bv building a mountain out of a molehil L Therefore he said nuthtog. he was merely a camp roustabout, employed to use tils hands and not Ids head. cleaned stables, and even washed dishes for the cook when the d UOkey went to liiverton to get drunk and dissipate three mouths' accumulated wages. Sometimes there boiicd up In him a surge of rebellion, but lie clamped his teeth on the Impulse to tell the horse wrangler or the cook to go to the devil. St'cm tor n iiultier was woven Into the creed by wlnili he lived, and. Bi.-ar «mff«J around an' made up hla mind w TDUkl Gum, make a iood meal or not," They paaaed a hand bard»f p Elin* Lies d Utaliy L a tree On ■ strip read. About orwe a tuonrh they bad a (Tand row and rafuaed to fpeak to **ach other for aeveral daya. r= — I'jd-plajrta HMfc A ■Mlitu Tj a ajtmny-aack itaptnff with rata hung nu- pended from wooden pegs on the ouaide wai L Inside, the thick was neat and clean. and a brave attempt made to achle **e a homelike atxootphere with photo* (rrsphs of aetresee and Aim start, clipped from maaaatnea. In a lown or even In the camp they'd be Atifkil, They're bam ehoekeri, thoae two oiri birav Liaijc u u salts them, Vm net The travel new ateeper aa tha Xn Sl wound higher Into the mguntaliia. Into a little park where Trout Like neatlod Acroaa the tower jidr of the Lake, at the entrance to the gulch into which the water dnuarr J. From thtfi a tare controlled tha now of water mc/ the stream below.

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and o loose rurl talln down behind the ear when warn with an evening frodc, or li tucked up In the day- time While tile romantic crinoline re. As one ot Australia's most brilliant K C % that would have brought Win iui Income it nearly £10.000 a year. Men- tles' leadership will not lust, ihat there will be a new elec- tion However that may be, Aus- tralians will want to know more of the family whose name has Middrtily become a household word "Family Man" \(R. Lyons, be is a "faintly man." He is never liapplrr than when lie is will] his wife and three children at their home at Kew. I ■in never happier tl UMi when I am in my own home, arid I suprrvlse all the dieim-nls myself." she said "At the present time, our iwo sons Kenneth, who is 17. the Incident dosed, and there *aa a word he would have liked to say, lor this was such a girl as he would nnvp- llkrd W know— pretty. "ream alxayo scream for help if neeeioinry " ■"You wvint." he assured her. Tills hating ft Holiday in London when you don't know anybody Is a pretty lonely busfuen. 1 want to gu dancing, too, and I enn't dance by myself And going to shows by yourself Is not very amuzlng." He added trulekly, stumbling a little over his words In his eagerness, "You needn't worry that J ct be a— well, a nuisance Be- came there's a girt In Australia, at least I mean there was a girl . , Anyway, what I'm trj'lng to say is By Easter Soilleux "And about it, one at tiic** ditytv At Peter Pau'.i statue be tedd h*r about his *□ gin Hiring Jan Is Mjjfty. 41 lh»i il you've jtut br Dkeii mi rn- t Tajfement I expect you're not Ttrj lnt«trjjteii in se DMnient niiri a JJ that mid I'm i Lot eifhfr, no why cut we be friend* nnii have a ijooil Unw while i m herr B7** She uxifced u him thflughtfully. Boston and thu White Uountauv, Vermnnt and New Hamps Mi plucea dial lu names lor ss*Uilng the treat house could p t u d ts te for romfort and safety: bathing lults, rug A. Thin long* awaited adventure began utuierr in- i:rt? "And enrw back to u* for a few days before you utari wtr Ht? Her blue frock, her narrow -brimmr-1 blue hat mndc her Mil Bfifc ILLUSTRATED BY VIRGIL Hl JJ ore! the ataa'n head had hun# goodly in the din tor -room In the ' ou, ' he thoiufhi bitterly It waa perhnpa not itrancr that at "tiat moment S'jian. wa» thinklna of bar own hard day ahead How very much better *he thought a week would be without Monday. Mary, the dally moid, might arrive In the role of alt aneel. tinleoft ahe had to bury a rebiuve and did not come at all •■Oh. he BUMw rpmrmber to a Mr Hugh Bbrrtit the new batv*ry tor I he rar By the way. —Tung" con latino' 1 — Tango with Uim whip— Ramon had christened The whip leaped high into the air. He takev the place* gives me a good Ume What do ynu do? ' ahc mimicked 'You must get your uleep Just two glasses of champajtne. " "i ought to Lake a tt Oci at you for that." anlrt llamiin "Whv don't. "An accident." he eried "I'm ao sorry, Tve never ml££rd before. J«..,|HIIJJ It HNMIL' MOi'SY — The Cheery Redhead "How did flour wife get on with her xliniminn diet, Mr. Four Thly.thedfgestive organs are toned up and helped back to health, so that excess acid is no longer produced. Half-a-tm of f Je Witt's Antacid Powder really worked wooden. "You better be The lady/ Fred" grinned Cortper, l you'rr llghterl" Like a beoit y\n BARTHOLOMi CW'H Innkinew Ik a aore point with uiin. when he wanta to, can fitep mute neatly on a ballroom Moor. mt sou will still Ond ran en- joyment la sppareu TJy or their t r Jtunpag Tte that mln sppesrj down ir.vtuibli this time, a tail that s dot All enact their tu- rtle only one who 1 Asta. At times the takes the attention from the luminous Lu- Itvjrlrfi But "Prison Without Bars" Is far too slow-snoviiur. c Korolatr, then etrtu, one at a tlnw then ml Uc nnd vanilla uuttlj' weil-JJTcfd rtrnir P 1 l»ur Turn on to eak# cooler When cold, cut into t*o Join togelher With total than oover lop with rcmxttid? addtmr chopped uh Iiju H Ui nillnff nnd fvprlnklt around *'rip^« Atih chopped watnuu. To" ;j»truiilan hjm or Jvutly Co deny hlrn euual Uy m Lmintfttbte, far on the prtml- Il Vr frontier tir )wd made good. IVjn'i r |dt to war tile edut Junior " -Vn, »t ca Utf. Hn Wilbur aprcad the luscb Mn He staved In the hackttfound until aha called him.

presrntn Ibe pert pel compromlae In his Pompa- dnur onit Turn One vide, soft roll m:ros£ tile brow end* in several sculptured rrur Ut at trie alde£ Tne i in :i u brti UKht down anutothly to two nbort curtm at the nape ot the I una Urd wltli a .inmll »elvet bow. The change come when Ibe head of rbc household, Mr Robert Gordon Menzies, become Australia'! BUT for his wife's Influence Mr Menzles would to- day probably still be devotinu most ot Ills attention to his legal practice In Melbourne. Mr Lyons, has nut so tar displayed those characteristics which would mark him a*"man ot the people " Yet he Is, in many ways, ti typical Australian Irike Mr. there w&s con- tin Linus changr »nd Tarlrtjr In ruy lire , . et (Mi When lie see* nie eating he becomes a permanent fixture on hta hind l=«a" Richard stooped and patted the doe and af Wf lh » t *»» » little alienee. He knew, for him to say, "Well, jood afternoon " anil move on- There was nrrthirnt more to say The incident w« elused, Bui he did not want to move oa Be did not *an'. Then as they reached the gatea and she turned to say good- bye he npeke Impulsively. " She lookrd surprised but not as much as he thought she would. " "Oh, Just by going places with me and showing me the things I ought to see. unci Uial It wim h JHTJiuse hlj porcnti wrrrr both titmd hnd He lind no other Lmmrclbw fk Unlly that htt hud rhojsen la come to Liilio Yin in-^t-tttd dt itnlri JC back home Over a Blnriom* bod of eciu Hfit tu JIpa she «nflt1«-d Llm L shp hn J iwen fiigaff Fd th* year beforo but hnd brolton it off Which ilmost Hvsj Hred him to tel) her *bout De Wft hot before ht rmbarkpti on his ttaty she \oaknd nt htr w*tch 4nd excl Birned kit the Una "I'll have io fly. tug Home rdrmfjj home to diiinflr, tiiid I'll Ikavr Ui hrlp Mary, our maid, flho t Liw/i Vn (fcts fussed" whnn Lhrre are extin to h Uia U. wondering what efferi it had had on hhn Xt had armncrd Unit ahe and Adrlthn s)Kmld meet in the iat.y on a cer- tain Tuesday, siu Hild stay gt some qtiitn little hotel overnight should tent a ear tike nett day and drive up into New TEaglonu, at Jrfcsi with Ui Plr own eyes iu see Cape Cod and Glourcvjifr. a tcrrai boa of rhoco Uttea, anotfivr of rrmedies for ptihroo ivy and aiintmrn. and both Honor and Adeline were in an excels of hlgli aphrltn. that ftrat little holtfr where i r and Sunari hnd «pent their hdney- " -*in. * Sb pur her ftngcr-Tipa w her fore- head and rubbed That wrinkle be- ha eyte wm n^tnnt deeper every minute t? for a moment while one rubbed cold cream Into the wrinkle between her eyea. " Pkrow furn »o Poqc 20 National Library of Australia The Auit Jolign Women's Wce Hy April 29, 1939 T^HIPLASH Complete Short Story He made his dunce that night a triumph of love and skill EN ttny bru tuly - k lasaeji empty stood an the bench at nw end a? Chbiuita and Ramon— starred at a mere fif- teen liundred dollanj a week at K3 Lncantndo, the sman^et, newest night-club in town. 2 know why you hale Carting Wynent H* treats me like a human being ji vamah. Lot of allly ekplau Btloru yun know— ah " 'UUM, Wynent." oald nniiujn- What are yotl dnlitr Here! You're roerrlj C'hiqul U'a daueing partner yon know: jrou don't own her Or do rou? mipirrd fciy ih' «*qul»Ji# colon of lo»ely tntyt&ft flu Mrril Yaut taaa HBl latra tan m n*« «r»il r O» mruriic Atturo when yow »vnr i Kaia ■uhtly eurlianitna GUao colnri! Raunon ran onrooa the dance-floor to Wynent'a table. "We'd like to talk to you, Better come quietly." Murray with- drew one hand from hu pjocket; and cupped ui tils palm waa a amall gold badge AM applr a day ttwppp..r O. Sii.irallaii W.ivirn « v*r,»-, », r 'II"""" »na hni fix frlrr Tiipp | U any ' .in, April 29, I3i9 The Australian Women's Waltly 19 i Som« NEW LAUGHS IIII. Thirdly, one ingredient actu- ally digests a portion of your food. 1 suffered from chronic iiidiateatioei and sour atomach. Jackie Cooper, blames the who J tiling on Clark Gable. Freddiea auper- English mmt still males hj^ nlaii K d/njhly funny. ri'n.tiftf t\ Umtt di r UBttt«d li T rmd'l f rrrp rhundai At * p.m.. This aim follows its predecessor faitti- ttt Uy, in spirit, background. often, repeats comic situations nf UV earlier film. For "La ttiracsse Ffrrosque" has expressive actors and ray action. Tod w Ol be fascinated by the 1 frankly adult corned? By the shrewd , charm of Vnavfi Un Rosay — a ' pointer fiance, which Is charming I contrast to the robust humor of I the theme.— Savor: showing. Baraes— only man In the esst—s S more animated than in previous eltrrc There is one arresting girl, blaek- f ringed Mary Morris, in the sup- porting cast who is well worth latching. feel and asked odds of do man He jmd gturr, proal* of his ncmpeteno* and eour Hjrr- . Very Uktly a lot of Ihwt sons are trained to harm," Jlrn said. Th* ao Uiat they not outerovipine flat I ouldu't do 'em any rim irony, the kun v«a shin- it lull In the wind. despite tha twtnve- Wlule Jim loolti^l after the horwa. He la ale Petersons brother* "And you're not of lilm?

I 11 C AU Jl KALI Af N Over 400,000 Copies Sold Every Week imjvci WOM EN'S WEEKLY APRIL 29, J 939 ruu..*hcd in E*«ry Store National Library of Australia The Austtalion Women's Weekly April 29, 1939 Much Aho Aiiout HAIR-DO'S Charming confusion of our changing coiffures Hair styles have been on a see-saw for several months. "We are tkankf ul to him for put- ting the cards on the table for all tn see. "1 am certain Anrtrailan women will Join women of the wurld In Rhine to Mr, Honsr Trlt, "Exwpt for the few on whom war acts, n* n Jrtimiih Ls. • THE LASS ot the top left entoys an exhiknnttnq any'B ski-ing la a tnmly • tailored pl'jaicln Jacket tupping a ] e o k white slacks, with beguiling toucha ot tan suede. ou ll Wa gfrfxr irtrulj d tl Uv if I Me fli^liull j a til Vi J. t Vfnn cite at Ute Mrra'n bnsmrtowd men, you otigbl to liavt afd t UUMTJ "I'd Una if In a In hi* in»ldr Irreuit (Kukri 11 Murray mu MKl. ■* * Jaiir A't It Ve S/r gfers is AAA rating and s Gold Cup. "A Wkcmorsbla show dun will appeal ro all r Jssscs. haps, doctors." ( I basfeei to add diar I've slraady talked in mm* doctura wbu'sn mm M snd can's help Itbo Hj. ) * Tie SJ*t) Mmvttt Here U lays ' The Chaocf tikes in place si once ataoof, the Escst pscsures tt i»»r ■* * * H'msen'i Wn Uy hands It its rnp acriaun — three start — sad calls it ihs Week's Beat Ralea K. pircl i- Eivr; hnm* skattld havt tnt- T&t totitx O.. allotted t for eacii qiwitlon, and prize* not ; won nftcb. fully *olv*d the puaeto of -trycliior- j Mw;" and time have been one ; or two lour -guinea prttwa in the !

The verdict" of some experts is "Hair must sweep 1 up." Another group soys "'Hair must come down/' THK buttle h JU been raffing tt\ London. "FVjr twenty years 1 h«ve worked, to improve the conditions of the world, and when my children, now afed ei Rht and eleven, were born I looked "forward to their attatnin K manhood and woinnnlawd tuider ! all people nuifit feel that Ihe Prcjiident'n move If one whirli will help to liberate the world from a terror the end or wh U-n i£ canny and too unity forc- Been." M • Roi Mriell alrjib hu Uiand hi peanr rrunadc: See Pagr 14. If only ilir vrou M ;■) l r urwl, •b* Huuld cuiur uilo A Jirijciji oew wuflil. Ii r -I i n|i i»l Itnij - l*» I' imm I \U nprr'n is ibr only Komi iliui runrjiin ihr ni/ymot of i /' h- n. "You | know, Un cur»e nr Uie oaal wttiiht kotu lhr Ut Ue bulke front brlnu iiuttreaijle . and adds: "'Tha Citadel' f snoag the tinett alms al the sssr T ■k * -k Tie Duly Nssrr. V pifi sod Teaifi (Sydney) all call I fsbn sad I can only say "f tali y*s tot* * * Yours for the 6rjr in rsinment, LEO «f M-GM. n Lallieina Uca J sucilfifl— the queatioca | Llu-re are profalenu In mental aritii- j mi? J "1 lilgti In Ut Tarar lhat j tl Lhto ASenji to except etea tha ; popuhtrity of the other two J«cjc* S pota, far which Lhe re ha* oerunru- !

mattia tiuhlaiuiblr the iibrh cou- ture must be a part or the general picture in ttir Irani vd'w ot your lieud but you can lei dirwn ycur bick timr m novrlm. and hjs lour children ■Aft** Ninctren-uear^ild Tutor \INETEBN YKAR OLD M. Mrs Menssles believed Hint her husband's duty was to place hts undoubted talents at the service of the Common- wealth, and it was she who finally Induced him to make the great decision which turned him to Federal politic* nnd finally led htm to his present high post. Melbourne i their country house al fn i hlnni l t rffl Ml. Although Mrs Menzies con- fesses that she never helpi: ii«-r husband with his speeches, the follows the political situa- tion closely In keen discussion with her husband hi an Interview with the Australian Women's Weekly. and Ian aged 15, are board- ers at Geelong Colieite. He is Rood at everything." said IVIrv Men- vies, Willi wifely pride Sons' Careers " JJOTS our boys have de- cided on their future careers. "At our homes at Kew and Macedon we have what we think are very nice gardens. Jolly and with a saucy twinkle In her blue He '-6ld Impiilrtvrtv and a little snvtou-ily, "t was Just golnt to have some lea Would you mind If I had It at your labla J" ghe tinned back composedly to her tram lea ihloea. "have ■ chance t anreya chtorofurm my rlctlros Brat" Ttiey looked at each other and Is ii^hed again Richard thouiht he ti*d never met » ilrl so =a*y to talk to. ■ But he wouldn't In b Jtea Vc H think about that "f like this idea of having tea under the treei," he said. "What you mean is kiiui you wmnt nw to net u Uie Mlu Maa to the lonr]y-y Du/ig;-nian-fli.-lciire probjt'm aa a stnc Uy-no-a Bilimeiit taa U la tint HV She Jrt the impa Ucnt dog ! Then she ttwked titkck o\vr her fchoul- del* with ft amile. " the Mtfiior I'-erwu milated ai the momrni at pnning. Ramon spun it back to him, like a black snake looping across the floor. Chlqulta; Liquor and dunring don t mix ' You treot me tt, for now Wc*'ve got. rr«u V eratd her oyca and lips Turning to go, ahc availed her sell of woman'r kmmcmortnl pnvllegi — Uie ]«urt ■fiord tm f,ure then, that you'll be delighted td know I'm Joining hut party after the show to-night " The door clicked shut behind her "Damn *alri Ramon, reaching ror the whip He iiracti&rd another holf-hmir. you T" wimteated Wyiinnt "Only beeauae I'm da Jidna to- nlflht. 1 " Wynent hod Jutnpdd Lo hta feet, hla frantic hands attempting to tt»op up the Jewels. Tweep T" "Fine — she disappeared completely last week.'" It isn't. You then have regained a real healthy digestion, and can eat what you like. gollat arlar Qui gas),, " I have been sriffennfr for seme time from heartburn and sour acid atomach. He liflj, outgrown his cuntei D]»raj1es tn height— but m width— we J], he's huil what the American* call H a string beanf" He ffrudfetngly M in wed Tony Ward! Ill* Aral lilfinor-Jarkel lit the glory »1 his life; and he really - J:j-uj. Bvrry )ar of Pond's t" iiwin the active "Mkln- vnarnrn." 5a M at nil alum an J cht MUtu Ml J" JUfi fa* wu. The pi: halts for long stretches while the char- acters talk, and talk again. /t'nireraali r TH13 lively Utile comedy drama concerns the efforts of the American Customs to uncover a gang af diamond smugglers. 1 Ub U*|Hioii4 Imlllnc milk, i i ".'iii.r •• ui i nlher pirlrrrrd D^ul fi&k una isaxtn fttr U mlrintw Hle Vc floilr. r\rr, uhiiugh he Jusd not two silver dollars to jingle in :. Jim rvkl Ued thai Utrrr tit no ninn thing u c Q^jahty. But Ui*i« vu going; an within Jitm a c Jtange ttt vniue* Who U th* nujier SGr? Now he was lew sure about Uilt Wiiat mm) ho or Heal Itoi;cway, for Instance, nrtr -wntrlbuled to liie getirfal good? She gave Jim a friendly little uod and addreaaed tuemeif briskly to the children. "1 vet Udn't bay (rleodll MSa wan Ii U out- atanrlliii ouallty Mm att afraid ol Min- or adjnire — or u-uat— or hate ulm. He travelled with Use fait aet" _ -H* wold, I *d M«»e How eould he Help lit Probably h"'» helplrut hi lalher now — (e! though be was sura the meant him to at wiih uw tamlly. Then with my white plan t-shirt I just wanted to add a little bit light to my combo.Picking my hair up had to be the best touch for this look since its simple and not so wild but just a splash of me in there to make my outfit complete. Sir nnuht have rcmurtcti in ihc Uaiiiirfourvd «11 hrr Ittc , . World'* greatest tatmtilciam* erected o*d perfected Eft ASMIC Y«m vm! "As a matter of fact, lie Is such a eimil shopper thai he frequently help me to choose the children's and my 1 lothes," JT is not difficult to Irmiglhc the great changes which will take place In the life of the Meniies family if Mr Menzies retains the Prime Ministership In place of the quiet bomt life which she and her hus- ■•■in:l have i :-.'.'.. The funny tiunij was he hadnt meani to teil hct about Deirdre. " ' Very dicty gempmun, Seetiyuur Ramon Got mighty nice clothes and KTFy hair, but he ain't old- An' he kinds looks right through you when he talks." "Bounds uncoznl ortable." said Ramrjn Tell htm I can t see any- body now. I wouldn't like lo be the i Rnrun Jn tiiat fntuva life when wet carrh bun. NIGHT, ,'jiitl Murray "e Vrrutpit we'll roeot mjain no me tune. TTicy were prancine round til* floor with the oddity Atul vim of young elephants All the c Mrriul Lullion of Tony Ward had beeti forgotten. YOUR akin- -every woman » akin — needfi the " ,k.n - vitamin Vila- rttln A, to aid in keeping It healthy and beautiful Without th U vitamin, skin becumfca rrrugh and dry. Well, now yriu can Apply the preciou K "akin - vitamin'' d Jpael to your skin, with Pond's t*o Creama - - . **, lions Preeton Puater plays the officer In thane of Incut (gallons, whose but from trie headquarter! end rerip* for makina uprtwix on this page taut ALMON STEAK r*^r«V CAPTIIM CRAB TOO ' sponge UMAMJOa Thrrr* rt-c*. all t)ir Unt M Put buttrr and milk tnaainotl «auer- ;wn and w1-.it: hulling «dd nt ontr Hav tiro .'.nnri*irh Uiu. ct KMo Ltlr ur tta CMLM, l Oor wlff-riisin K Ituvr, vmnil U. A ntiin wmi a oegjrar on the strceta of tlm« urjieu he paid Ma way by work. In his *t*g thin and hravy Laced boobt awlnglns; an axe will; acarred and rouchfii UHl hands, hr. Be *u snwfnif wood for hla breakfast, u Belh had oner pithily put It. Wilbur chslled with Jim when Utt ehlldrpii did not claim her ■Mo Hlau. ..■ ■■.■ rren when she did nut share t L Jim sal on a rock, a tittle apart, and de- rated himself to the business of tstuitf. n«ie We, Jim in th* lead and Mr, Wilbur brlnglnc up the rear. and t^ptorril the bvar* ni thr hutiinomnti ind mf Mt fhihbrr mini tn town. ■ ii.'t tru Blc i tui mflnlv icaitplni AKk em, t/V. Menkes admitted that she sometimes helps to choose Ills clothes, "though he Is quite good at It himself," she added. he Jud R rd, lie Raid impulniiely: "Would you mind if I had tea at your table? mid Liu- tell- Kig icemeti to put their irtnnflship on a newer, more p Grraanetit bjiais. He woh towelling his stream -lined, lean- muatded length when tlif doorbell rung ■'■vmpmun Ui Apr you, Seciiycur Ramon." the vaiet announced. Murray' I don't re- member anyone by that name What doe* hr look like? atnuyn ilo Buiht now we Te Biwk- Inu uii the aid Frellcfi ptovelb, 'Uhtrcri BX Is lemme.' WJien yotl •f] nil Litu wtitu Qit.' you nftcit find the man behind the Jab. ujtpleejaani apot, If you know what I mean." "J Iranuftnr m," *t Jrt Human "W«B, Bood-nl Klif "C VJtjij D . t'jn t Jilnkiii K of irolnt: tn tne oiamnut Yea, on oefond Ihutiaht I'm aure I'll no. , of ooitrie ' "Splenft Ut," «a Jd lutnon *Au 'voir." ftamori itlrpped throttjrh the stajfe i Joftr and taftprrl uprtn tltt- doni i . Let these Reports Convince You Unties rab is ti aras eh Pirns Relieved. I tried De Witt's Antacid Powder and witbtn a week I wa* look- ing and feeling better than I have done for years" Mr. Frnl Jln remained clumsy— with one fur Wus eye on the clectrler Jans and aound- men, who werr ehadllzuj him from the background. A lan Atic a* for u "fewttui-music" Ik ooncemed — he ha* his o Wn bahd- Jackie bngh Lened at cmce "If It's gotta be dune. thlt lcni .10 bad'" Aiter ftve minuten ji L a galtonkng two- ,tep Lhe hove decided In do a few fancy ffffai of ihelr own. " It wu too laic Doth players were in a heap 011 the ftoor Jackie looked up m me. • Tripping over each athef'* feet, the pair land heavily on the sound -stage Hoot POND'S CREAMS bring active "Skin -Vitamin A" direct to skin! In addition, some unexpectedly good personal drama and human character! t ir- at -» tlmft tn braten and Duenr, ttnatiitg «cl! Beth wu rlybt in the point site had rxlnd t/3 drive tame to h Lm. ]M ibraugn (An* fmi to Uir hut ttuiw Miwrr Ui* nbove tht Umher-llne. »UU Uy d Mp wtwrc oia Ube m J«lil»j »un cou« peat ustc Mti. The Ultle folk were merry ow their jiknlc lunch, and tlielr mother approred of the i ! After they had eaten, the wind began to rfcac and the sunablnr becamr rstbrr wtntry. They packed and took tlie downarard trail Alunt; tlie rough shoulder of the peak they rode In s!

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