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He "was a very shy young man. For
two long years he had been paying
her attention and had not yet even
squeezed her hand.
One evening, as they lingered in
the shadow of the trees by her gate,
he asked timidly:
"Florence, would you might I
er would you mind if I placed one
reverent kiss on your fair hand to
night, when I leave you?"
"Florence thought he wanted
speeding up. So she dropped her
head coyly on his shoulders, lifted
her face temptingly to his and re
plied: "Well, George, I should think it de
cidedly out of place."
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HOW IT HAPPENED
Editor I am told that in your ac
count of that fashionable wedding
you actually mentioned the groom's
name. Don't you know that is con
trary to custom?
Reporter Yes, I'm sorry, sir, but
you see it happened to creep in
among the out-of-town guests.
"I hear you got hit by an auto
mobile." "Yassah," replied Uncle Rastus,
"thank ye kindly, sah but yist'dy
the ole mewel kicked me, sah, an' I'm
feelin' mo lak m'self." Judge.
"Now, my dear, you must be con
sistent in politics. Always vote the
"How absurd," retorted his wife.
"I voted in a blue suit last year. You
don's expect me to do that again?"
"Making any progress toward get
ting acquainted with those fashiona
ble people next door?"
"Just a little. Their cat urvited our
cat over to a musicals last night"
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