NEW PROTECTION FOR RINGS 1 Almost a million and a hal brides will go to the Utar in th United States this yea . More tha: one-third will be tee l-agers, mor than half of them will have ha engagements of less than si months duration and less than . Quarter will have been engaged fo i year or longer. Next to Junt the most popular wedding uronth 'will be September and December, j This data comes from a study o U. S. r arriages over the pas leeade. But no statistics exist o: the vst number of brides wh will lose their wedding or engage mcnt rings within the first yep" marriage. Some., rings b.4p of ivhen the fingers get wet; others removed by their wearers becaus ;hey have become tight, are mis aid and lost. ! Skilled jewelry designers hav it last come to the aid of the mod iin bride with a ring, created b; Columbia Diamond Rings of Ne fork, which need never be remove 'rom the finger, nor can it slip ofl Two self-adjusting "Tru-Fit spring units, deftly concealed un ler the diamond, expand and con ract to conform to the natura shape of the finger. If your diet ng or cold weather slims your fin cers, the ring will still be hel gently, yet snugly, in perfect posi ion by the expanding springs. N iced to remove the ring either. Fo. lish washing, house-cleaning o. ports, the self-adjusting spring: ;eep it secure and comfortable un ler every condition of wear. Th icw "Tru-Fit" Rings end the an loyance of twisting and turning 00, and keep the diamond attrac ively centered on the finger wher t was meant to Lo.