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THE GIRL YOU MARRY
You've seen her only at dances, '
maybe, and you always think of-her .
as floating through life in a shimmer , Vfk
of blue tulle. i;J
Well, here's , how shewill look in 'j. '
blue gmgham. ' ' ) : -J
Her father, you know, won't" he
paying for her clothes after she mar
And your mother won't be baking
the pies you like any longer:
But of course, somebody will have
'to. Youll have to have pie.
It seems a shame to wake you up,
boy, but do you ever stop to think
that maybe she feels the same way
about blue tulle?
But she gives it up. And makes the
What are you going to give up for
MEATLESS MENUS FOR LENT
By Biddy Bye
In making out any kind of a menu
the housewife must use a fruit, a ve
getable, a cereal and some protein
bearing material, as meat or fish, or
a substitute for them.
Failure to economize successfully
often comes from serving too many
starchy foods in one day. This kind
of a diet will make a child fat, but
lacking in strength and resistance