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CLUB GIRLS FROlilG IN BATHING SUITS IN SNOW
BANKS IN ZERO WEATHER
The "Snow Birds," a-.club of girls, and the "Polar Bears," the male
auxiliary, didn't mind -the two feet of snow and the zerp" temperature and;
appeared as, usual for.th'eir weekly Sunday frolic' in Jathing suits at Brigh
ton. Beach wtiiie hundreds of spectators shivered in furs'. ' , ,
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A little girl, hadsenrback her plate
for chicken two. or three' times, and
had been helped bountifully to.all the
other rich'things that go- to -make a
good dinner. Finally she was observ
ed looking rather disconsolately at
her unfinished plate' of pudding.
"What's the . matter, Dpra?"i asked
Uncle John. ''ou look mournful.''
''That's just the matter" said Dora.
"I am more'n full." Then she won
dered why everybody laughed.
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The Social :Servjce Union of Steu
benville, 0., will establish "by sub
scription a local mothers' pension
fund for worthy widows and other
women having children to support.