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Left to Right, Sara,
New York. My, oh my I The New
York stage door Johnnies are having
one fierce time these days'
No, it's not the war, nor the high
cast of loving that's making their
campaign lives one endless existence
of trouble and worry atid fret
For once they have a job & man
sized job it is," too. They have to -
Julia and. Arifia. Berry.. s
Pick up a' Berry!
That's it pick a- Perry. To you
and us that may seem easy enough,
this picking a berry; itjs only when
you spell it with a big "B''"tnat the
job logics big.
And suph Befrys three pf 'em
a regular measure of triplets," Sara
1 and Julia and Anna!