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I ")CIETY GIRL LOBBIES FOR BLIND; WINS
Miss Crisler is the heroine of the blind of Tennessee. She is the daugh
ter of one of the south's leading surgeons and a leader of the younger set
of Memphis. She worked so earnestly for a bill she wrote to provide for a
commission for the blind of Tennessee that one state senator called her
"the most charming little lobbyist in the state." She succeeded in having
the bill passed.
BRASS TACKS -
He But, my angel
His "Wife One moment, please is
that a hope or a compliment?
The difference between war and
matrimony. With the former there
is eventually peace.
He People are saying you mar
ried me for my money.
She Well, I had to give them
No, Lawrence, the peculiar odor
found in postoffices isn't due to the
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