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His prodigies of valor in saving the
occupant of the vehicle from injury
formed the theme of social gossip for
a week. In halting the horses his
arm had suffered and Roy had to
wear it in a sling for some days.
Thus invalidatecLand with ample
leisure, each day he was an invited
guest to the Mershon home.
"We're going to give you a ban
quet next Tuesday," announced one
of the crowd one day.
"Thanks," bowed Roy, with a
quizzical look, "but I'm engaged;"
and he left the student to put what
construction he liked on his reply.
"NAVY SET" BELLE LEAVES
ANNAPOLIS TO WIN CAPITAL
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One of the season's most attrac
tive debutantes of the "navy set" of
Annapolis who is popular with society
in Washington where she is now visit
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"Skin specialist" the conductor
of a shell gamt
BLACK AND WHITE "LAYOUT" AT
ARTISTS' CIRCUS BAL MASQUE
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One of the most striking costume
effects seen at the bal masque given
by New York newspaper artists and
magazine illustrators. Mrs. Charles
Dana Gibson was "master of ceremonies."
QUIET SUNDAY IN SIM VALLEY
There was a little disturbance at
Sim Valley Sunday school on last
Sunday, a couple of young men had a
fight Brushy Knob, Mo., Crescent.
Charlie Shafer, agedi03 years, has
just died at Newton, N. J. Married
twice and chewed tobacco 95 years.
Gee ! what a constitution !