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ONE OF AMERICA'S PRETTIEST WORKING GIRLS
And this is Miss Zertha Greene, a newspaper ,writer of Sacramento,
Cal., selected as the prettiest working girl in that city,
"Who was the first man?"
"George Washington," yelled
Tommy loudly, to show that he
knew the right answers to some
"No, no, Tommy' said the
teacher. 1lWhat makes you say
"Because he was 'first in war,
first in peace and fire in the hearts
of his countrymen.' "
"That is so," commented the
teacher, "but, nevertheless, Adam
was the first man."
"Oh," retorted Tommy, rather
contemptuously, "I didn't' know
you meant foreigners, too."
He Then it is settled that we
are to elope at midnight? She
Yes. He And you are sure you
can get your trunk packed in
time? She Oh, yes, papa and
mamma have both promised to