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TWILIGHT SLEEP" BABY PRESENTS MOTHER
TO DAY BOOK READERS
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Baby Peter Boyd, a Perfect "Twilight Sleep" Baby
He's not a prize baby never been
to a baby show, but Master Peter
Boyd, to whom we'll introduce The
Day Book readers today, is a perfect
specimen of a "Twilight sleep" baby.
And Baby Peter's mother, Mrs.
Mary BoycTof,New York, head of the
New York Twilight Sleep ass'n and a
pioneer "twilight" mother, is going to
tell Day Book readers all about the
wonderful scientific "miracle" that
made little Peter's coming into the
world "a sweet, untroubled dream,"
unheralded by pain and unaccompa
nied by fear.
Mrs. Boyd is an authority on "twi
light sleep." To the readers of The
Day Book she will give a scientific
explanation of "twilight sleep"
what it is; what it means to the moth
er; what it means to the child.
Look for Mrs. Boyd's first article
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