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LET'S FORGET WE ARE WOMEN,
much about sex, and it really isn't tho
most important thing in the world,
after.all. Why can't we let the world
forget we are women for awhile."
. l! ( ' Troutman
New York. When it comes to fem
inism and new woman-ism, Ivy
Troutman, the slangy, twangy hero
ine of "A Pair of Sixes," will go just
as far as any of them. "Women
should develop along individual lines,
same as men do," says Miss Trout
man. "We should remember that we
are human, beings first and women
afterward. We hear altogether too j
CAUSE FOR THANKS
By H. M. Cochran.
'Twas close on to bedtime,
And all through the house
All you could hear was the scratch
of a mouse.
The fuzzy young pest
Had well hid his nest
And then made himself a forcod-on-
He lived in the pantry,
When nightime arrived 5
Of the best of our food he ne'er was'
The reason for that was,
He felt quite at home x
Through all the house, wherever he'd
We bought us a trap
And cheesed it up well.
"We might catch thafrat," you never
He-nibbled the cheese,
And favored the fare,
The cheese was all gone the trap it
So still near at bedtime,
And all through our house
jAII you. can hear is the scratch of
We can't find the critter,-
;He'll stay where he's at,
Were tnanktui, uy golly, it isn t a rat.
"My husband has aroused my sus
"He hooks up my dress with won
When putting raisins, dates or figs
throughthe food grinder add a few
drops of lemon juice to prevent the
fruit from clogging the chopper.
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