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You see her "every day, maybe,
pounding herjiitfle iron piano, or
making tKe' switchboard. 'do the buck
and swing. -
And sometimes you're. half afraid
she's-promised to marry you: just to .
get rid of drudgery. ' Nevertheless,
you're the last man" in -the world to
let her hang onto her job aft'e you're
married. .Of course , you are, - No
feminist stuff fqr you! Your pride's
In the way. Qrou think it is..
! Better stick to that pride. .
And wedge this into your knowl
edge box: She'll never go-back.to the
office as- long as you can make it
pleasant for her at home'
But she can, if you get careless,
you know. And once a wife takes to
earning her own living, the husband
can, hunt for- sympathy oh the dictionary.
To enable a
play it, a new
femall child really to
toy piano's keys are
ictures of animais,-
appearing on. the
Duke U I rich G,
the largest cor,,
5f Wurtemberg owns
3et factory -in the