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Btarted for home. He left his suitcase
at the office and did not go to his
flat until the evening. When he en
tered there was a smile on his face
as if the memory of the past three
days had been forgotten.
At his ring the""tla3r opened and a
charming young woman fell into his
arms. He caught her and covered
her face with kisses.
"Wasn't it great at Atlantic Har
bor!" "Will, you were perfectly dear. We
must go there every year."
"We must, indeed. It was just like
the days of our engagement. Don't
tell me that married people can't be
happy on a three-days' vacation if
they go about it in the right spirit!"
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
for a prospective stepdaughter to say
"just lovely things" about her soon-to-be
stepmother, but Eleanor Wil
son McAdoo did the unusual and the
gracious thing the other day when
she told a half dozen newspaper re
porters that she didn't -want to
"rave" about Mrs. Gait, "but she is
so wonderfully lovable I cannot help
it Our family more than welcomes
her; she will make a gracious white
house mistress. She is sweet and
charming and wonderfully intellec
tual," said the president's daughter.
HAD TO LEARN TO RIDE IN WEEK
Helen Rosson has the distinction
of being a leading lady at 17.
Her film career has been made
with the American company at Santa
A few days ago Miss Rosson had
her first riding part assigned. "But
I don't know how to ride," she ob
jected to a player standing near by.
"Oh, don't let that worry you,"
said the experienced one. "You can
learn before your first scene is
"But that's only a week," object
ed the girl again.
"Well, what of it? A week's as
good as a year if you go at it in the
Miss Rosson prides herself on hav
ing the "right spirit" in all her work.
So she just naturally leagued to ride
in the week.