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MY SUMMER SEARCH FOR LOVE TRUE STORY
OF THE POOR GIRL WITHOUT A HOME
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BY ETHEL C-
I It broke my heart to see my sweet
heart taken away from me by a" girl
J whose only fascination lay in the
I fact she had a place where she could
practice her little airs and graces.Jre
ceive a surreptitious kiss or clasp of
1 the hand, without being insulted.
VT All through the winter I had to
watch the progress of the love affair
I that should lhave been mine.
I grew thin and wan, and at last
consulted a physician.
A young man in his office seemed
to take great interest in my case. He
brought over my medicine himself.
J learned he, too, was alone in. town. J
He asked me if he could call; I
The medicine the -doctor pre
scribed began to help me right away.
I felt better Immediately.
Spring had come, not Qnly to the
whole out-of-doors, but to my heart
Sight of the open lovemaking of
my whilom lover, Tom and the girl-who-had-a-parlor
had no pain for me
Harry was walking home with me
from work each night
Frequently we lunched together.
It is surprising how delicious are the
odors of a cafeteria filtered through
the fragrance of love.
I was sure Harry loved me, al
though Jie-hacLnever. told, me so.
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