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„THE ÄS I Jr fW'ENffiJcTATF OF MON I leitT OF THFST- _■ COUNTY I 1 li ISAM? FOK IHh luu " JsHKl m)AN ;_ T th . Es tate of JOHN • the Matter of the estate I I^Î'.Ç'h&V GIVEN, by I VOTlrt. Is , H Arthur c. Erickson, ' andersigned, - h f J()hn the h eJ^ annexed to - ec nf ami all persons hav freditoi> tbe sa id deceased, claims ag' • tbe necessary exhibit Shin four-months after the jier 'Wion of this notice, to the nlÄÄ Erickron at Plenty ■ ii, Montana. ^923 I PI^^ÏrtHUR J C. 'ERICKSON, » . Sr vd h will annexed.| AJmrm-trator « ■EGAL NOTICES ! the 1 jiitntf 1 He* er : r * v 41-41 ALUS SUMMONS THE DISTRICT COURT OF ÎWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS-: -,rr OF THE STATE OF MON-j TBg nf A ND FOR THE COUNTY] nF SHERIDAN. ur - . UOVARCH LUMBER COMPANY, a torporation, plaintiff, ^ versus ERICKSON-and ZONA ERICK VoN his wife, ami ANDREW SicKSON, co-partners doing bus * under the firm name andstyle; PLENTYWOOD COAL COM p\\Y, L C. LASATER ana «.\RY LASATER, his wife, and jOXY HOPKINS, Defendants, THE STATE OF MONTANA Sends ^prtings to the Above Named De Sants, and to Each of Them: you are hereby summoned to an er the complaint in this action Jich is filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, a copy of which is Vrewith served upon one of you in each Couty wherein any of you re mand to file your answer and serve g copy thereof upon the plaintiff's at toney within twenty days after the IN :HE MS8 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. HARRY J. ROBB Physician and Surgeon Phones: Residence 124 Office 36 PLENTYWOOD, MONT. DR, W. D. ROY DENTIST PHONE 11» PlMtjrwoofl Uoitau M. LEWIS LAWYER ttsw. A. C. ERICKSON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practice In All ( Wts Plentv'vood, Montana • • J. G. ÜEBING Abstracter PLENTYWOOD ABSTRACT CO. » Pient^ Ce J D ^°^ ura * Montana. • • • < I , • • • • • * Jmni?* Abstractman • . SHE ?J bAN COUNTY AB- • , STR ACT COMPANY • , WJ The Best Abstracts Of Title • , t "kntywood, Montana • * * • • • • • h Edw. E. York, D C.,Ph.C. ■—Electrotherapy— ^ " R Montana DR - E- G. STEELE, EYE fad S x PCIALIST ' EAR Î,°. SE and THROAT . Office at fe u *Hy T 0 n aila Ä& P e . ntywo °d, Examined. and Adenoid Montana Glasses Fitted fcW.R. KAHLE Chiropractor ometer Service" °k x Montana ^urocal THE mint Ci 8 «r Store " Plywood Montana Stadig, Prop. ^TTN NELSON ^UNTYWnnn^ b Conn ® etkm '-JT 000 • • MONT. service of this Summons, exclusive the day of service and in case of your failure to appear or answer, AâJ t P u£sÄta^| a Judgment against the defendant? Plenty wood Coal Commpany for * sum of Forty-three and 65-100 Dni J ars ($43 ; 5 ^> together with interest thereon at the rate of eight per cent annum from Pebn » 3 1907 " d f or the purpose of foreclosing à , man s h*n upon a certain dwelling house or mess house located upon the Property hereinafter set £"î b ' together with a L reasonable at y t ee ' a |, °^ which more fully ars ^9 m the complaint on file aild , to which reference is hereby . upoi \ whicb said Ä"! to-wiîf ^ be " g dCScribed as Lot Two (2) of Section Thirtv T p Wnshi P Thirty-five (35) £°* h of Range Fifty-five 55 East of the Montana Meridian. Shendan County, Montana. Witness my hand and the seal of 1927 C0Uri hlS 3 ° th day ° f Decei *her, of the MADDOX & CHURCH, Attorneys for Plaintiff Great Falls, Montana. ' (SEAL) -— —- - NOTICE OF SALE OF REMAINING ASSETS OF BANK _ IN THE DISTRICT COURT the TWENTIETH JUDICIAL TRICT OF THE STATE OF TANA, IN AND FOR TY OF SHERIDAN. D. J. OLSON, Clerk. By K, Bonds, Deputy Clerk. (40-4t) OF DIS MON TRE COUN THEf STATE OF MONTANA. Plain versus CITIZENS STATE BANK, ANTE LOPE, a banking corporatino, De fendant. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned, Receiver of the above-named insolvent bank, will sell at private sale at any time prior to the 27th day of January, 1928, and thereafter and on the 27th day of January, 1928, at the hour of two (-) o clock P. M. of said day. at the Citizens State Bank building at An telope, Montana, will sell the remain ing assets of said bank at public auc tion, of whatsoever nature, collective ly or separately, for the best cash price obtainable, and subject to the confirmation of the above-named Court. The real estate to be sold scribed as follows, to-wit: Lot 6 of Block 4, Antelope original town site. The personal property to be sold consists of bills and notes receivable, stockholders' liabilities and furniture and fixtures, a list of which is on file in the above-entitled Court, and also with the undersigned Receiver. a * ed *^ b ^ ay January, is de 1928, 42-t2 FRED IBSEN, Receiver. ALIAS SUMMONS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUN TY OF SHERIDAN. ELVINA PETERSON, Plaintiff, vs. NELS A. PETERSON and HANNAH PETERSON, Defendants. THE STATE OF MONTANA Sends greetings to the above named defendants and to each of them. Y'ou are hereby summoned to ans wer the complaint in this action which is filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, a copy of which is here with served upon one of you in each County wherein any of you reside, and te file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney within twenty days after service of this Summons, exclusive of the day of j service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be ; taken against you, by default, for the j relief demanded in the complaint. j Action to recover of defendants j $1425.58, for moneys paid out by the , plaintiff for the use and benefit of ; the defendants, and at their request, I one being the interest upon a real es täte loan, held by one Clara G. Kramer, and being the interest cou pon notes thereof, each in the sum of $70 (and so paid by the plaintiff) on December 1, 1923, and on each year, subsequent, to the date of the filing of this complaint; and for interest coupons likewise paid by the plaintiff fer the defendants, at their request, on a federal loan, and bein' 1 ' $45.50 paid on the 17th day of February, and on the 17th day of August, of each year, beginning February 17, 1923, and continuing to the date of this complaint; for $430, so paid by the plaintiff for the defendant, at their request, to Grayson Brothers, for notes given for farm machinery and other necessaries; for $100 for given by defendants to First National Bank of Antelope, and so paid by plaintiff,—all of which notes are held by the plaintiff as owner and holder thereof; and for $49.40 for open ac count, with interest, secured by lien, for lumber, fencing and building ma terials furnished defendants by Mon arch Lumber Company, and which ac count was paid by plaintiff and was assigned to her and is held by her; all of which more fully appears from the plaintiff's complaint, herewith served upon you, and plaintiff further asks for reasonable attorney's fees and costs, as alleged in said com plaint Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this 7th day of January A D 1928 D. J. OLSON, Clerk. (Seal of the) (District Court) Howard M. Lewis, Esquire, Plentywood, Montana. Attorney for Plaintiff (41-4t) NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUN TY OF SHERIDAN. B. E. SCHAEFFER, Plaintiff, vs. FRED G. WESTERBERG and NORA J. WESTERBERG, his wife; JOHN W. SHELBY; THE STATE OF MONTANA; SHERIDAN COUNTY STATE FRED IBSEN, Receiver of Sheri dan County State Bank, a corpora BANK, a corporation; tion; SHERIDAN COUNTY LAND COMPANY, a corporation; O. A. ASPELUND; L. S. OLSON; W. E. PIERCE; M. I. VARLAND; C. J. GIBBONS; ED LINDSEY and CARL BANTZ and BLANCHE MILDRED BANTZ, his wife, fendants. De To be sold at SHERIFF'S SALE, to the highest bidder for cash in hand, at the front door of the County Court house, in the town of Plentywood, Sheridan County, Montana, on the 11th day of February, 1928, at 2:00 o'clock P. M., in one tract or parcel, the following described real estate situate in Sheridan County, Montana, to-wit: East Half of Northwest Quarter ( E l /2 N W M ) of Section Twenty three (23); South Half of Northeast Quarter ( S Ms NE 14); Northwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter (NW l /4 SEU); Southeast Quarter of North west Quarter (SE14 NW14) and East Half of Southwest Quarter (EV 2 SW ■'♦) of Section Fourteen (14), all in Township Thirty-five (35), North of Range Fifty-three (53) E. M. M , to gether with the tenements, heredita ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging. Dated January 17th, 1928. RODNEY SALISBURY, Sheriff of Sheridan County, Mont. By ROBERT ROBKE, Undersheriff. THE STATE OF MONTANA Sends greetings to the above named defendant. You are hereby summoned to ans wer the complaint in this action which is filed in the office of the Clerk of inis Court, a copy of which is here with served upon you in the County j wherein you reside, and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiffs attorney within twen ty days after service of this Summons, exclusive of the day of service; in case of your failure to appear or judgment will be taken against you, by default, for the relief demanded in the complaint. The nature of the action is as fol lows: Plaintiff alleges that he and de fendant intermarried at Plentywood, Montana on the 21st day of October, 1926, and now are husband and wife. That plaintiff has been for more than one year last past a resident of the State of Montana and now is such resident. That no children were born of said marriage, and that the de fendant ever since about the 2nd of Novm eher, 1926, has wholly abandon ed the said plaintiff and that such abandonment still continues, without any sufficient reason and against the 42-t4 SUMMONS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUN TY OF SHERIDAN. WILLIAM RADONS, Plaintiff, vs. ZLLPHA RADONS, Defendant. and answer, plaintiff's will and consent. Plaintiff prays that the bonds of matrimony be absolutely dissolved. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this Seventeenth day of January, A. D. 1928. ( Seal of the ) ( District Court ) J. J. GUNTHER, Plentywood, Mont. Attorney for Plaintiff. Date of 1st publication, Jan. 20, 1928. D. J. OLSON, Clerk. 42-t4 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE SOLD Verda Swenson, formerly Verda L. Pomarleau, the Guardian of the es tates of Donald David Pomarleau, Douglas Francis Pomarleau and Ber tha May Nannette Pomarleau, Minors, having presented to this court, and filed herein, on this day, her verified petition in due form, praying for the sale of certain real estate owned by said minois and in which each of said Minors own an undivided two-ninth interest, for the reason that the same would be for the benefit and best in terests of said minors; and it appear ing to the court, by said Petition, that the said Real Estate to be sold, is not rented and has not been bringing in any returns or revenue for several years, and that the building situated upon said premises is depreciating in j value very fast on account of being vacant and unoccupied, and that it would be for the benefit and best in terests of. said Minors, to sell their undivided interest in said Real Estate and invest the proceeds, which will bring in a steady and regular in come;___ IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, | By the court, that all persons inter ested in the estates of Donald David I Pomarleau, Douglas Francis Pomar j l ea u and Bertha May Nannette Pom note!arleau, Minors, appear before this ; 9?9 r4: ' on ^ a Iard a y, the 18th day of | February A. D. 1928, at the hour of 1 eleven (11) oelock in the forenoon j said day, at the court room of said court, at the county court house, at Plentywood, in the County of Sheri dan, Sate of Montana, to show cause j why a n ® rde ^. should not be granted to said Guardian, to sell the interest of the said Minors, m and to the Real Estate hereinafter described at Pub lie Auction, and that a copy of this order be published once a week for ^h re f * 3 ^ successive weeks, in The Producers News, a newspaper print and P abl ' cw,- Blentod , in the County of Shendan, State of Montan a , and that said publication sba11 h® J? Q ISjl ( S2 lcl - ent ^ tlc ® ta aB Persons interested in said Real Estate. That the following is a description of all the Real Estate, sought to be sold under this Petition, which is sit uated in the County of Sheridan, State of Montana, to-wit: An undivided two-thirds interest in and to Lots number four (4) and five (5), in Block eight (8), of the Original Townsite of Medicine Lake, in Sheridan County, Montana, cording to the official plat now_ file in the office of the County Clerk and Recorder, in and for Sheridan County, Montana. Each minor is the owner of one-third, of the two-thirds interest mentioned and described above. This order is made by the Clerk of said court, by reason of the District Judge being absent from the County of Sheridan, State of Montana, this day. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have In the Matter of the Estate and Guar dianship of DONALD DAVID POMARLEAU, DOUGLAS FRAN CIS POMARLEAU, and BERTHA MAY NANNETTE POMARLEAU, Minors. ae on on hereunto set my hand and the Seal of said court, this 18th day of Januaw A. D. 1928. y (Court Seal) 43-t4 d. J- Olson Clerk of sa id District Court. NOTICE OF SHERlFFs'sÀLË - " IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDlClAJ trict of the state of mon îy n 0 a f sar THE couk: OCCIDENTAL LIFE INSURANCr COMPANY OF LOS ANGELES a Corporation, Plaintiff, ' versus RUSSELL B. HAGERMAN and TFV NIE L. HAGERMAN, hi s wife et al, Defendants. ' et TO E SOLD AT SHERlPp> s SALE the 18th day of February, 1928, at the front (south) door 0 f the County Court House at Plentywood Sheridan County, Montana, at the* hour of two (2) o'clock p. m . of said day, all the right, title, claim and in terest of the said defendants, Russell B. Hagerman and Jennie L. Hatrer man, his wife, in and to the following described real property, situate in Daniels County and Sheridan Count v Montana, to-wit: Lots three (3) and four (4), and the south half of the northwest quarter (Sy 2 NW14), and the south west quarter (SW 1 ^) of Section one (1) in Township thirty-five (35) North of Range fifty-one (51) East of the Montana Meridian; and the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter (SW% SWV4) of Section twenty-eight (28), and the west half of the northwest quarter '(Wy 2 NW14), and the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter (SE% NW14), and the southwest quarter of the northeast Sweatier Ä quarter (NW>4 SE%), and the north half of the south west quarter (N% SW%) of Section thirtv three (33) in Township thirty-six (36) North of Range fifty-one (51) East of the Montana Meridian, cept therefrom that certain strip parcel of land heretofore deeded for right of way purposes, Dated this 18th day of January, 1928. rp, , , once _, w * s a gay named Flynn, Who bragged he could »drink bootleg c g . m; ,, , „ when offered a nip, M He fP° k * m \ e a L si Pî , Now the an £ els have welcomed him on ex or RODNEY SALISBURY, Sheriff of Sheridan County, Mont. By P. GALLAGHER. Deputy Sheriff. First publication, January 20, 1928 Lu-q publication, F » binary 17, 1928. HOWARD M. LEWIS, Plentywood, Montana. COOPER, STEPHENSON & HOOVER, Great Falls, Mont. Attorneys for the Plaintiff. 42-5t in. j*\x TrttMporimti** Kl n luu; f « r s'/'.. ■ ■ ?// r. i •« *Vi it; '<. I • l\ \ ' c\ew Beauty-New Comfort New Performance ! an amazing revelation in a low-priced car PRICES REDUCED! The . $495 ROADSTER The . $495 TOURING Built on a 107 inch wheelbase, 4 inches longer than before—offer ing new Duco-finished Fisher bodies whose distinction reveals the world famous mastery of Fisher craftsmen—providing the safety of four-wheel brakes, a new measure of comfort, thrilling new power, speed and smoothness—the Bigger and Better Chevrolet is being everywhere acclaimed as an amaz ing revelation in a low-priced car! See this truly sensational automo bile! Note how the hood lines stream back from the higher radiator and blend gracefully into the body contours. Note the interior atmosphere of . .$ 585 - .. $595 The richness and elegance. Check the chassis—and discover feature of advanced engineering design demanded in the finest motor cars. Then go for a ride! Experience the Hashing get-a-way and marvelous smoothness of the improved valve-in-head with its new alloy pistons, and many other improvo* ments. Travel rough roads and observe the cushioning effect of the new semi-elliptic shock absor ber springs. Do that, and like tens of thousands of others, you will be amazed to learn that such a car can sell at such low prices! ( COACH every The COUPE The Four Door SEDAN - - The SPORT CABRIOLET The IMPERIAL LANDAU - $675 .$665 engine invar strut" $715 UTILITY DE LIVERY (Chassis Only) - $375 UTILITY TRUCK $495 4 (Chassis only) - All prices f.o.b. Flint, Mich. Chf ck Delivered Chevrolet Prices They include the lowest handling and financing charges available. I Wheel \ Brakes B. LARSEN, Westby, Mont. PETERSON COMPANY, Plentywood, Mont. J. O. JOHNSON, Medicine Lake, Mont. DECKER BROTHERS, Dooley, Mont. GILBERT OLSON, Dagmar, Mont. LOW L I T Y AT COST QUA effenûo ___ .. . ANTELOPE MAN DOESN'T like wide sleigh idea Antelope, Mont., _ ^ January 20, 1928. To The Producers News: The sleigh law is now in effect but how can it be enforced? Who will hang the bell on the cat? the said (in congress). That law, called Bill No. 53, is for helping out and to break auto roads. But if a man with a team and a load of grain met an auto shall that auto ' have full road or half? Who is to be ditched ? If that law is to favor town automobiles because the farm horses are to break the roads with these extra wide sleighs, then have) our honorable men representing Sher-1 idan county failed to work for the farmers as they claim to do. How many will go to town, of the farmers, if that law was enforced? All holiday shopping would be undone. If that law is to be enforced, there will not be room enough in Plenty wood for all the arrested farmers be cause the- will rather go to jail than to pay a fine. And the ■"'or imple ment dealers are in it too. Such laws demoralize the and it is deplorable indeed. I shall not argue anymore but let the farmers think for themselves of the injustice they get from failed farmers and corrupt politicians, who have very good luck to be lawmakers. In order to settle mouse ^eoole some dispute among the farmers I shall let you kn Th- h bm bh Q ey - V ? ted on , B u U1 0 No - 53 * IWx w T introduced by Senator Henry W Lowe »Culbertson, Roose n Ay 9f' Ada P* s . Church, on nL Co , bl £ n ' ,Ç° n ÎF' Cooper, Cow W D rTi D ? W i n '' Esp, Gar her, Gibson, Greemn- Greenup, Gnf ? aley ' T Harmo iV ,? ealy ' Mender M»ffi kan Av LoWe K McCo ^ e ', M ^ Quitty ' Muffly, Oliver, Page, Paul, Pauline, Peck Peterson Pomeroy, Porter, Rhoadh' Siegnedt, Staggs, J. H. Stew t . e ^ ar }' J aylor ' Walkei, Watson. (Total of 41) -Noes: None. Absent—not voting: Dearborn, Haa land, Hazelbaker, Heven, Jensen, Hir ton, Leighton, Leuthold, Loy, Mains, Barr . lck ' Speer. (Total 13.) The vote in the House on the same bill was as follows^ Ayes: Arnold, Baker, Berm-man, Bohlmg, Boorman, Bosley, Bricker, Buchanan, Burke, Buttlesman, Caplis, Cavanaugh, Clarke, Denny, Duffy, El hott, English, Facey, Flynn, Gullidge, Hamilton, Hanson, Hoffman, Holton, J off ray, Kelley (Silver Bow), Kenyon, Kiîiville, Larson (Richland), A. T. Larsen (Sheridan), Lease, Leavens, Loble, McAfee, McCormack, McLeod, Murphy, Myrick, Nelson, Oker, Ost by, Peden, Perrine, Pilgeram, Ras- ! müssen, Ridle, Rodgers, Ruff corn, Seiden sticker, Smith, Spencer, Tierney (Total 53). man^Hnrrir 15 !^ 011 ^' ' xt°°vÎ u U o j ' mop, McCarty, Mush-, Mr. Speaker' (TotM 12)!^ St ° ddard ', Absent (not voting): Andrew, An-i?. drus, Benedict, Bergstrom Bedard Brand jord, Buell, Cady, Carlson (Gal latin), Carlson (McCone), Cowley, Cronk, Davis (Fergus), Davis (Wi beaux), Dean, Fulsher, Gillette, Gil lin, Hawley, Johnson, Kelly (Pondera), Kennedy, Maury, O'Connell, Pope, Roscow, Scharnikaw, Stoner, Swift, ym/Tw 3 Terrett, Troy, Wolf, -•ulk (Total 35). J. O. BRENSDAL. GREATER SAFETY IS PROVIDED IN VICTORY SIX UNE Double Steel Walls Provide Double Saftey and Augment Advantages From One-Piece Construction. Although the war is over we are still profiting by its lessons, and no where is this fact more apparent than in the production of the Victory Six, an entirely new Dodge Brothers car. Two revolutionary principles charac terize it. It is the first car in which body and chassis are in one unit, and in the Victory Six for the first time in the history of the settel body a double steel wall is found in the bodv of a closed car. It is in this latter departure that principles learned in the war are re fleeted—particularly the important one of providinng for a second line of defense. The double steel wall is just that. Even if the outer wall should be penetrated, the inner one would still stands as a second defense for the occupants. The double steel ac tually means double safetv. have proved that it is practically im- possible to penetrate both walls.* This double steel wall is the same "blister" construction used in battleships, and is virtually an answer to the increas ingly importune demands of automo bile clubs, civic organizations and the motor driving public for heavy steel construction in motor cars as well as in railroad cars and buses—demand recently expressed in a svmposium collected by Percival White, promi nent consulting engineer. However, in spite of the double strength resulting, the Victory Six re tains the top lightness necessary to keep it from overturning, for the building of body and chassis strong unit alone means the saving of 175 pounds. It is lighter than any other car of equal strength. Each car is composed of only eight major Tests one parts, and there are from 330 to 480 fewer parts than in the ordinary body. a Non-Tippable Pyramid Perhaps the most important effect tbe one-piece construction is that ft means a decided lowering of the «nter of gravity of the car-making f th . e . Victory Six virtually an un- ^PP^ 16 Pyramid with engine, Trans- misslon ' and axles—the heavy parts— a11 swung as low as possible between the wheels. Heretofore, in an effort to obtain the lowest possible center of gravity engineers have been re- ducing headroom and road clearance to a disadvantageous degree. The de- sired result has been accomplished in the Victory Six without resorting to either of these two means, for the one-piece construction permits the e limination of body sills—a saving in height of at least two inches. In addition, this union of body and chassis gives still greater safety since stress formerly transmitted to the body sills is now taken by the frame, giving the strength and firmness of steel to parts formerly made of wood. The natural result is a longer life both for the car as a whole and for the tires, as well as greater tire and gasoline mileage. Performance Proves Car's Success Success of the new construction methods employed in the Victory Six is reflected in its performance. The car has an easy speed of 65 miles per hour, goes 21 miles on a gallon of gasoline at a speed of 25 miles per hour, and accelerates from 5 to 25 miles an hour in eight seconds, and from 10 to 45 miles in 15 seconds. Other features of the new a cooling system which introduces cool, water at various points engine, instead of only one place, a crankshaft free from vibration at any speed, an oil system which provides more oil the faster one drives, Lock heed hydraulic four wheel brakes, semi-elliptic springs both front and rear, single plate clutch, selective sliding gear transmission and stand ard gear shift. car are in the Y. W. C. A. WILL TEACH HOW TO MAKE HUBBY HAPPY AT BREAKFAST Chicago.—Courtship, career and calories in 10 lessons are to be offer ed Chicago young women by the Y. W. C. A. Experts will tell them how to be happy on the $1,500 a year; how to make husbands happy at breakfast and how to greet them when they re turn at night. Successful marriage, according to Mrs. Gladys Jenkins under whose sup ervision the course will be given, "is not based on love in the sentimental sense, but on psychology. "We shall instruct our girls," she said, "on personal charm; when not to wear kid curlers, for example. Sheridan—Local telephone system rebuilt and modernized. 9 * t"