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notable as being something dif
ferent from the ordinary beauty
rules of keeping young-:
1. "She must cultivate a sense
2. "She must have a hobby.
3. "She must have interests
He thinks city women more
likely than the women of lonely
farms, to live up to these rules.
He doesn't know, perhaps", that a
new kind of farm life is growing
up which makes it easy for the
women of the country to cultivate
humor, have charming hobbies,
and participate in wide interests
outside of .their households.
Nevertheless, Dr. Shear, sugges
tiqns are sound.
Women should be ripe at 40, as
attractive as "'any- other peach
when sun, rain and sunshine have
brought-it tcTthe stage of perfec
tion. , j
THE LOST HOUR
You can see that-.it is a serious
thing to lose an hour outvof your
life After losing the first hour,
By New Year's dayhe had lost
an even week and he. tried to
celebrate Christmas. ' On ' the
Fotirth of July he was ( around
crying "April Fool" tcTpeople.
Sammy couldn't help losing oth
ers, because his life didn't fit into
anything he did. He lost 'time
fast because he was so slow!
which seems like a contradiction,
He became so slow that his
father said he couldn't catch, the
measles, but that was a. mistake,
because the measles caught him.
It was a blessed thing for Sammy
that they did. You Tmow that