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PROM DIANA'S DIARY
, Her1 Adventures "Down on the Farm.'
4FJshed out the missing garments -of our victimized boarders
By Fred Schaefer.
The jinx is on Idylwild. There
5s no way to heat it.
-This morning -produced the.
grand transformation scenes Yes
terday everything was lovely and
ma and me saw where xunnmg a
summer hotel was going io put
ns on Easy avenue. T.oday we
of $87 just sent her from home,
and a. diamond ring that she had
saved out of the stagecoach rob-
bei?y. Pretty soon everybody in
the house reported valuable
taken. Some of the men had to
come down wrapped in blankets,
because eveii 'their trousers had
been removed. The lightning
s, truck me and ma, too. The tea-
The first alarm came when one empty.
boarder declared that her room
had been robbed during the night
are shy all our hoarders and all pot 6ri the kitchen shelf where she
pur money and all our prospects, banked our capital was now
It was a bigger clean-up
than the robbery that took place