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"Providence has sent you to me
I cannot let you go'" declared Mr.
What could Green do? Here was
an offer of employment at the new
store. Here were grateful hearts
and love! " -
Love so pure and permanent that
the gates of Paradise seemed opened
to those two. Both had known suf
fering and deprivation, the contrast
of peace and happiness irradiated
their wedding day with a glow su
pernal! o o
YES, OSTRICH IS IN AND ALL
By Betty Brown
You have noticed that ostrich is in
again oh, very much in, and on,
and all around her ladyship's spring
appareL It is ust now pluming it
self into graceful boas to adorn the
neck on semi-dress occasions.
The ruff of ostrich as high-standing
and grand looking as the ruff of
Queen Elizabeth is one of the smart
accessories the Fashion Art League
of America looks on with favor this
Tve put my muffler in moth balls.
I've put my ulster in soak.
And I'll bet a dollar the snow falls
.Tomorrow and that's no joak!,
She's a union actress now. She
is called the most beautiful actress
on the American stage, seems to be
the most practical she was one of
the first to join the Actors' Equity
as's'n, which is to be affiliated with
the American Federation of Labor.
THE DEAR THINGS
This is the kind of stuff you hear
on the front porch:
"Why, George, how dare you?
Now you can just go right home, and
don't you ever, ever speak to me
again." George goes as far as the
"Let me come back, please. 111
be good, honest I will."
"If you're going to be good there
isn't any reason, for coming back."
"Oh, you little angeL"
"George, dear, I can't breathe.'1!
I Michigan. Gargoyle.