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" ."HOW BIG DOES' THE
Read" what some of The Day
Book readers have ot say Qf the
moon's -size and then write us
your opinion. Address to "Moon
Editor' Day Book". ' .
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Dear- Moony Spoony Editor:
,The moon looks to me a ball of
silver glory just big enough to
light my sweetheart's footsteps
to tlie rose-lined path where I
wait 'to whisper words of love.
c , Engaged.
time you take a drink
look different." -
,Wheri"I am sober and the rndon is
When I pass up highballs, hate
the brew, v ,
The moon seems only-a crescent
Upon which to hang-a wealth un
'told .- Of happy dreams.
MOON LOOK TO YOU?"
When, the- moon is full and so
Two -braken disks float, o?er the"0
Like-ends of hogsheads' 'full of" '
, wine, - .
They call"tb me butsI decline, r
' For I,amfull. ' 'v m,
" Woozy. ,v '
' - "
Dear Shmoon Editors v
I stood. aruthe.sthreef -atjnid-;-
night, - - 'J "
Ashjdrunklash.a-sun-of-gun'; J ..
Eight.'shntoOnsTbse o'eriHe. city,'irvg8
When'there shouldihave-bedn but'aa
. one ) Rdunder. , -
Dear Editor : "You1 have finally"'
propounded the quintessence of
foolish questions, "How bigdoes75 1j2
the" - moon ' look?" -Why,-' any
school bay could answer that. It'" .
looks as-'big as yofl think it does.
-" Tired Reader. ,'"'
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