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. FIZZIWIG, THE TEASER
Fizziwigcam'e out of the bath
room with 'her father's 'shaving
brush m her hand and her eye I
brows lathered. "Mama, I can t,
4incl dad's'irazdr."'- , "
' "Fizziwig;!" shrieked her moth
er, "put up'that brush, wash. your.
i "I'll puhish.you'if'you don't do
as I say." $f-J"
'"Well, 'just? -a hair or two,
, "You" just' wo'nMejt anything,"
declared "Fizziwi.' -Whepever
I'start a,gjpielyjiimaKe me stop
A "r - ' U.K" .
'face at once'anfl get ready to take
..your music lesson."
"Oh mama, iVant to shave off
my eye brows."
Mama shrieked again.
Please let me shave off my eye
"Do as Ltel.Lyou."
"Will you do as I sav?" -Oh,,PLEASE!"
"Will you db as l'say?" ,
1 "Then let me shave off one eye
"No, no." t '
' "Well, just, a HALF an eye
o sbmefhing!' else TT
want to dbeni:d6iTt,see:WHY'I
can't shave"off myeye brows and
I" don't want to take'a music les
son. ""Fizziwig, "if you'll stop' your
teasing, I'll take you to the mat
inee." -. -..
"Fizziwig wa&Kea and dressed
in short WdehJandLthey started
for the car,but"it seemed as if
there were no cats- After wait
ing and waiting for the 'longest
time, a dozen cars- 'finally " came
along in ,a ' bunch,' They got