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"There is another phase of aman's
mind that is past my .comprehension
Margie. He never seems to think that
there is always another man close by
who is perfectly willing to shower
upoii his wife all the attentions he
"Is there one "ready to do this 'for
you, Mary?" I asked.
"Plenty of them, Margie, plenty of
them," was Mary's mystifying reply.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.) ,
GUESS IF THEY ARE MARRIED
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From the glimpses he gives us we
certainly would like to take a month
off and read all ColRoosevelt's correspondence.
In Jewish marriages the brjde
stands on the right of the groom;
it is 'the custom of all other races,
for the bride to stand on the left ''