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HAVE A CARE, FELLOWS THIS GIRL WILL POP
THE QUESTION TO THE ONE SHELOVES
Do you think you- could make her
She is smiling, Ted-headed beauty;
lives in Seattle, Wash., and says she
will propose to the first man she falls
in love with.
And this is leap year, too!
Helen Jarrett, who sells' tickets at
a theater box window, and has just
scads of fellows tryiflg to sneak a lit-,
tie flirtation while they're reserving
seats in the Nth of Xth,.row, hasn't
yet seen one she'd "like to" marry.' '
But when she does she'll let him
know. He won't have to pop the
"Why should a girl have to sit
back and wait until some man asks
her to marry him?" asks Helen. "It's
ridiculous. If I loved a man I'd pro
pose to him tomorrow.
"Who would deny hat it is more
dignified for a girl to say the actual
.words, 'Let us mate,' than" to resort
to lures in seeking to place the re