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to Health Is ruth to Beauty
Says World Famous Charm expert. "ucs up!"3€WT*SCO*MANO NEW YOr.::—ntck up your heel? to make your face beautiful. Heighten the gloss of your hair with daily bending exercises. Y.’. ve your arms in the air to pre se: • that schoolgirl complexion. lor rhythmic exercises, according to that world famous authority on beauty. Mine. Helena Rubinstein, of London. Paris, and New York, whose establishments for glorifying woman hood girdle the globe, are the foun dations of health—and without It there can be no beauty. "An automobile mechanic cannot clake an old car as good as new merely oy painting the fenders ana adding a shiny hood." said Mme. Ru L stc.n. in an address before a group o: cm dieticians here. "Nor can a L...u v .xpert renovate a worn-out v man Just by iifting ner cheeks. Until.: h r hair, or adding a cupld's bi v j rt sagging Ups. ••'ll r ,.>tcre beauty to a woman who i - lo:t her locks or allowed her civ.-ms to become rioted from d. •: r • 2 cl allot must fellow the routine of the mechanic and begin w.:b * engine. Rythmic exercises vhicb rvih s-rengthen the muscles of the body and restore torpid e •g'-m - t- tfaPAi'Er 4 / t/sicm ostein to their normal activity are the foun dations of loveliness.” Mae. Rubinstein believes that , were Venus on the Job trdr-v s" would be kicking her heels In a.. with the re:t of those who arp-.re tc be beautiful Charm she p'-.nts out is more than skin deep “Grace of movntcnt.“ r''* M::v; Rubinstein, “is as essential to a gen eral ensemble of beauty a v.-... turned ankle or a face into ■ vo:c the illusion of youth and oe-m-v ha been cosmetized. Even tne s..g.tte-*t trace of ugliness or awkwr- .:>= s de stroys the picture of .exiumu cvr MT.'OLIVE BAPT. CHURCH Services: 10 A. M.. Sunday School 11:30 A M.. Preaching each Sunday; 3:30 P M. Lords Supper ea< h llrsi Sunday. Rev. J. S. Johnson, A. M., ') D Pastor. James M. Brown. Clerk fi**? _ MT. TABOR BAPTIST CHURCH. (Norh 22nd S reet, Woodvillc) Rev. W. H. Skipwith. D. D.’ Pastor. Services: Sunday. 11:30 A. M. and S:00 P. M. Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. All are welcome RISING MT ZION BAPT CHURCH. (800 Denny Street, Fulton) Rev. O. B. Sl»nms. B Th., Pastor, Rtsiden-e. 72S Dtmuv St Services: Sunday, 11:30 A M. aad 8 P. M. Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. All are welcome. i SHARON BAPTIST CHURCH. I Corner Fir*t and L#elgb 9's ) Rev. R. H. Johnson, B.D., M.A Pastor. Residence 1301 DsBoli Aw. Services: Sunday, 11:30 A. M. ftad 8:15 P. M. Sunday Sdwol, 18:8f A. M. All are invited. ST. PHILIP S P. E. CHURCH. (S. W. Cor. St. James and Leigh) Rev. Junius L. Taylor. Rector; Residence. 20 West Leigh 8trset. Services: Sunday 11 to 12 A. M. Night. 8 to 9 o’clock. Wednesday evening services. 8 to 9 o'clock. The public is welcome at all services. PROVIPENCI HAPTUTT CtfUROH (Ms LmAj Mils Rev. J J. Woodson, Pastor. R» ,(U , . , ; 16 St. JohC Street. Ser \ Sunday 11 A. to. ::ud 8 P M bunday school. 9:30 A M. All are Invited. .. •• ___ f I SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Center Street, Fulton) Rev S L. Bush, pastor; reslaenco 507 Center Street Services; Sun Preaching. 11:30 A. M. ana 8:30 P. M. Communion every fourth Sun day. Sunday School, 9:30 a. M.,; day at 3:3t) P. M. -*--1- ..—-asawr 1ST BAPT CHURCH 8. RICHMOND (Corner 15th and Decatur Sts.) Rev. W L. Ransorae. D D.. Pas ‘or: Parsonage 1507 Decatur Street.1 Services: Sunday. 11:30 A. M and 8 P- M. Sunday School. 9:30 A. M, All are welcome. I FOURTH BAPTIST CHURCH j (28th and P Street*) Rev. F. W. Williams, D. D.. I Pastor. Services: Sunday, 11:30 A. M. and 8:00 P. M. Sunday Schooi 0:30 A. M. B. Y. P. U., 6:45 P. M. All are invited. j TIME OF SERVICES IN THE CHAPEL AT CITT HOME. i R*v. F. W. Quarles, Leader aad Manager for Charitable Union, 1014 N. Second 8t. Serviees Every Sen day from 2:00 to 4.0* B. M. Com reunion 3rd Sunday. Union Meeting* 4th 8unday. FOUNTAIN BAPTIST CHURCH (32nd and P Street*! Rev. A. R. Vanlandlngham, B. Th. pastor. Residence, 2800 O 8t. Our Worship: Sunday School at 9:30 A. M : Morning Services. 11:30 A. M; Nigh* Services, 8:00 P. M.: Tuesday night. Home and Foreign Mission, *V!0 P. M.: Wednesday night. Teachers Meeting. 7:30 P M.; Thursdav nlgM. Choir Rehearsal, 7:30 P. M : Friday nieht. Pruver Services, 7:30. M. V. Johnson. Clerk .\!T VERNON BAPTIST CHURCH (1902 Wallace Street) Rev. AI. H Payne, Pastor, Resi dence, 1900 Wallace Street. Services: Sunday, 11:3a A. M. and, 8 P. M. Sunday School. 9:30 A. M. All* are welcome. - j MT. CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH. ' (1300 North First Street) Pulpit in charge of Deacons, pending avadl of Rv. Fohhtmfypud pending assumption by Rev. F. W. Black, recently called to pastorate. Sutiuuv ! i .in a AI aad & I*. M. Sunday School. 9:30 A. AI. All are welcome SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH. ♦ * (Byrd St. between 1st and 2nd Sis., Rev. Joseph T. Hill D. D Pastor Residence: 1219 Idlewood Avenue. Servce?: Sundays 11 a. M. and 8 P. M. Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. All are welcome. Ivetui TUe Planet it wi'.l be tie livered to you Tor t»u cents for three mouths with postage prepaid. Send in your order ___________ Unnatural ana mucous dis charges can be A/oided by de stroying the germs of infectious diseases, gi.ia At all druggists ; _! SORE LEGS HEALED i Op n Legs, Fleers, Enlarged Veins. Go For, Eczema healed while you •work. Write for free book “How to Heal My Sore Legs at Home.” De scribe your case. A. C. LIEPE PHARMACY, i 1385 Green Hay Av., Milwaukee, Wis THE FUMBLE FAMILY DON’T BE FOOLED! ONCE BA&—ALWAYS BALD! — DON'T GUESS AT IT — PYRAMID HAIR DRESSING Is s proven superior hair groom for Ms ard woman. Keeps hair in place, soft, giossy and neat; invig orates tke scalp and promotes ths growth. Price *SG cents per jar. 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EXPERIENCED MORTICIANS CONDTICI Funerals Flaw .«*■!?. Our Vany Years of Exper ence Hnal. es tig »o Conduct > !1 Fui >r C«» L a M<>et Efllclent Mancer. We "rry v> (Jlre jj.i.e Muwtvei « c« poraMnp In Our Serrtrp n Splr'i of Lyre , a' he !*• I'adopjttrLdiLi I • I FOR YOU! THE FUMBLES HAWS ADOPTED AN *'ORPHAN AND HlS NAME- IS FREDDIE ? .! FREDDIE WILL PUT A NEW SPARK OF* LIFE INTO THE FUMBLE FAMILY. THEBE WON'T BE A DULL MOMENT WITH THi9 BRIGHT WISE-CRACKING KID AROUND. CHRISTMAS IS COMING AND OH BOy? WHAT A JOLLY TIME FREDDIE* WILL HAVES ! CHRISTMAS TREE ~TOV g, CAN PY, ETC.? | WELL FREDDIE,DO YOU LIKE YOUR PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHER BETTER THAN THE* INSTRUCTOR AT THE ASYLUM ? Our Turkey ^Getting andBetter — By Attmt T. Md 1 r^m— TRJMMJMGS —1 ■ gp America's Youngest Infant Industry to Have One of Largest Industrial Plants a a tr p/ZESENT PkANT * One of the most significant facts in connection with the development of the radio Industry Is that with the completion of the new addition i iu the plant of the Atwater Kent j >ife. Co., the factory will be one of nhe largest industrial plants .n the country. This ?! :’-':!phia factory has been reoogn;z:.' :;y the largest pro ducing r receiving sets and speakers .Id. but when com pleted the thirty-one acres of build ings will mark the entrance cf the ir.ant Industry upon Its majority. -This addition was made neccs r— v,” said Mr. Kent, “in order to •. the steadily mount.ng demand ’ ■ receivers and speakers. To keep . wnoe of this demand, we have ■ i step pro.’notion up beyond ' ‘ ‘-cts a day. My belief that the , t ; o !~ even 'ter thart er.t - cuttced me to nu sup in order to be ready for next year’s business, which I be lieve will be greater than ever ” The policy of handling all manu facturing activities on one floor, un der the mass production, belt assem bly principle, will be followed in the new factory, which will be connected with the main building of the pres ent plant by an ornamental arch, 330 feet long and 25 feet wide. This >pans the infcrvenlng streets and is cne of the largest In the United States. Mr. Kent himself turned over the first spadeful of earch for the new addition with a silver spade, and the contractors arc under unu-uallt heavy penalty to have the building omplrtcd by May 1. I* .13. With the recent perdue on of the. ccond millionth Aiw: er Kent re ceiving tec. 1.1-*. Kent announced that he p. d. urn pr> ivm V - the ev ent year, w h ends M y 1. calls for the manufacture of cr.c million i receiving sets. 7* f5;-£2*tKIKsj '^ c-OOMO ForuNZm FAGTOfil'/ iff DunkeJ • * - . ■*' ■- . '90U DIDN'T GIVE IT TO THEvr TEACHER WMV NOT.r’^j I • » /) •CX'?£&uZ<2 how's vour vip&*\ coming along with \ HER AUTO DRIVING ?