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THE GIRL YQU MARR
Tou see her every day, maybe,
pounding her- little- iron piano .br
makingthe-jswitcliboard do the buck
and swiggr. -. .
And sometimes you're half afraid
she's-promised to marry yotf. just toj
get rid.'qf ionidgery. Nevertheless,
you're the last--man in the "world, to i
let her hajng onto, her job aftersyou're
married. Of course-. you are.. No
feminist stuff for'you ! Your pride's.;
In. the way; Or you think' it-is.
Better stick, to that pride.
And wedge this into your knowl
edge box: TShe'Jl never go' back to the
office as-Jon 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 ner own living, the husband
can hunt for sympathy in. the dictionary.
To ehabje a small chila' really to
play it, a new toy piano's keys are
marked." with ; pictures .of animals,
similar pictures --appearing on the
Duke U'richof Wurtemberg owns
the. largest, corset, iactory In the