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IF YOU HAVE HOODOOS PREPARE TO SHED
THEM AT HOODOO PARTY, FRIDAY, MARCH 13
She's Afraid of a Lit' Black Cat!
Well, here is. .another Friday the
thirteenth right--at hand, nd the
hostess who wants- ta'takeL, fall out
of superstition and-iavfrja lot of fun
at the "same time .-wilt-give a party
that eventful evening. ,
The myitations-mayb.e; sent out on
yellow paper with thelhouette of
an owl on it -'TfreymaytJe-'worded in
this fashion , :-, v
Youare itfvifeTdi forget rid of your
hoodoo, by, 'bringing them to Mrs.
Smith's,j50j5 Adams avenue, on Fri
day, the thirteenth of March, at 8
Each guest, should Vearsomething
which will tell whatthe particular
'hoodoo is that makeshis. or her life '
miserable, and at promptly thirteen
minutes past nine a'man with a hump
bacX will burn these emblems while
the company sings '.Uoggie Man,"
thus breaking forever your' spell of