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SHOULD A WOMAN MARRY A MAN YOUNGER
The Mary Waverly type of girl.
Mary, in "Confessions of a Wife," is
32 and engaged to Max Pendleton.
This is the vital question Margie
Waverly asks this week of a group
of her friend in "Confessions of a
Wife," the serial of marriage life ap
pearing in The Day Book.
What do you think about it?
When Margie asks the question, in
one of the chapters of the story soon
to appear, she starts a vital discus
sion among her friends. Arguments
for and against are rife. But an
agreement is not reached quickly.
The Day Book would like to hear
from jts readers qn tacsubjept.
The Max Pendleton type of man.
Max, a character in "Confessions of
a Wife," is 22 and engaged to wed
What do you think, about a'woman
marrying a man younger than your
self? Would you, Mrs. Reader.
Do you think a woman should, Mr.
Write to The Day Book and tell
just what you think about it.
TODAY'S WORST RIDDLE
Why is a vain girl like a drunkard?
Answer Because she is not satis
fied with a moderate use of the glass!
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