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PAGI 8IX  . ft - 7fl THE MT. PULASKI TIMES, liT. PULASKL ILLINOIS llll,, -- -- THURSDAY MARCH 17, THUR ;.p;;.. , , *  A Debutant's Quest ;r L_,ve Man Made The Town By Ruby Ayres ... i "But "They reled ovl tore my tll-n. It' lai in th 'Celia k couldn't of evide as well "And the trial gelling" t "'She lover." "Sinc her afre that it Ruby Ayres is famous for her ability to write swi- moving romances that touch the heart and entertain the mind. Her new story, "Man Made the Town," is in her best vein. " Her heroine, Diana, is a lovely, wayward girl, who has flung hersdf feverishly into the social round, partly out of youtMul love of gaiety, partly to forget tbe wound a man has dear her pride. The hero is a noted young physician, how to heal bodies and souls too, but himself from pain. Nor can he shield a new hurt. who knows cannot keep Diana from Read this ddighdul love-stow, starting March 24, 1932 in i: ....  The Times .......... L ....... Jll II .........