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tFROM DIANA'S DIARY -Miss
Dillpickles Throws Herself Into a Political Campaign
I pleaded with him for an nour to be chairman of the Mockhiser
rally, but his mind was -on spuds.
By Fred Schaefer.
I My whole soul is in this ad-
p'vance work for Mockhser. I
" never heard of JMockhiser before
I went to work' in his campaign,
and rather Wanted to see Blimley
re-elected, but. now I ,am full of
enthusiasm- You can't stay long'
around any kind of a headquar
ters aim nui nave suiugwi uieeay
rubbing off you, jndjaere am in
Spinachdale trying to work up a
meeting for Mockhiser.
It rather peeved me to find very
few people ip Spinachdale were at
all "het up" oVer Mockhiser. I
finally did get a leader. He was
a farmer a mile or so out of town,
I pleaded with him an hour to be
chairman of the Mockhiser rally,
huhis mind was on spuds. I
jjfinally got, him to promise to at
tend, and-hiredfa hall, and got rid