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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 16, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 9

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ELLEN YUILLE TO WED SON OF
PARSON TOMORROW
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Mjss, Ellen Yuffle, tie beautiful
daughtef'of "Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B.
Yuille, will wed Wm. J. Sturgis, a son
of the Rev. Joseph R. Sturgis of Vir
ginia, on Wednesday, Nov. 17r at St.
Mary's church, Scarborough, N. Y.
Bishop Joseph B. Cheshire of North
Carolina will officiate at the cere
mony. o o
A CAPITAL "BUD"
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"ELL1E, LEJEUNE.
Miss Ellie Lejeune is one of the
pretty debutantes in Washington so
ciety this winter from the navy cir
cle. She is the daughter of Col. and
Mrs. J. A. Lejeune, U. S. M. C, and
will be presented at a tea to be given
at her home in Washington on Dec. 4.
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HERE'S A TIP FOR BIG FAMILIES
In 1912 I bought an overcoat. I
got it wet and it shrunk to the size of
my eldest son. He got it wet and it
shrunk to the size of my second eld
est son. Well, sir, he got the coat
soaking wet and it then fit the third,
boy. We are now waiting for a sous
ing rain to pass it along to Jimmy,
age 9. C. N. Collins.
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It isn't so bad to die in poverty
think of the guy that has to live, iai$,
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