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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 11, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 14

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to a home in spite of all opposition
That -would be romantic. I coulp love
a man like that provided he were not
brutal along with his determination.
Dances and parties are all right
for a time and I would like a man
who would take me out occasionally,
but the home life would be"" the more
I think the husband should be from
five to eight years older than the
girl. The wife, in cases of dispute,
would then have greater respect for
his maturer judgment
Love and comfort are the essen
tials of home life. I prefer a bung
alow to an apartment, which is a
sort of refined tenement. The wife
in the apartment has too little work
to do and must face the temptations
to visit cafes and that sort of thing.
I would like a husband who enjoy
ed the home life of the bungalow, but
who was willing to go out occasion
Ally to socl affairs. Everything
gets monotonous after a time and a
certain amount of going out-would
equalize things.
I think the man planning to marry
should have just as permanent a po
sition as he could foresee. I would
not care to keep on working after
marriage, unless reverses made it ne
cessary. One year is long enough for an engagement.
When I marry I
Bh ' tjf
SOUNGER than I am so I can train
m after my own ideas. I would
not care for an old man under any
circumstances. I want a man who is
energetic and capable- of working
hard enough to support me. . ,
I intend to marry for love. That's,
the imDOrtant thine: In familv Hf'
When I find a man I know I really
Idve, I'll marry him whether he is rich
or poor, ,
I think it is all right to go out
places at night but not too often.vBut

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