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A well-known vicar gives a curious
experience which is well worth re
lating. It was his custom to point his
sermon with either "Dearly beloved
brethren," or "No, my brothers," un
til one day a lady member of the con
gregation took exception to this and
asked him why he always preached to
the gentlemen and never to the ladies.
"My dear lady," said the vicar,
"one embraces the other."
Grocer Didn't you see the sign,
Customer Sure. But I've seen so
many "fresh" signs around here that
I didn't believe it!