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me Under :ts spell I eollxpsed 1n lnert help upon the floor Innally the must
took form and I glII'11PSLLl the future One bx one rm el1ssm1tes plssed before me
I'1rst an the prophetne usnon I s1w our elass presndent George Cow an drawmg the
plans for eombmed py ramad and sphmk nn Egy pt The scene shxfted and I saw Geneva
Blbb champnon ska jumper attending the Olvmple Games Huge jungles appeared and
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I recogmzed Zoe Anne conductxng 1 Chrxstnn Endeavor Seruee ln rxex
changed quneklx to football teams 1nd there w IS Bull Lee eoachmg football at Notre
Now the scene ehanged to the crow ded streets of New York where I saw Clnnton
B d well the human fls scalmg the Woolw orth Bunldmg Ieeplng out of a wnndow on
the fiftneth story was Ieatha Huff who had just rushed from selhng 1 yard of rnbbon
to Mrs Vanguard nee Oele Hewxtt
I smelled kraut and spaghettn and there was Holt Balch selhng real snlk hoslerv nn
Germany It was just 1 step to a select modlste shop nn Pans wnth the dlstlngunshed
owner Madame Paulette P1ul1ne Held nn the seene In the s1me salon Irlo Rnehmond
1 mannequnn was modehng a ereatnon by M Shupee for Kathlyn Brown t at new 1
h rson from Texas wnth the demure httle seamstress Iutmta ones taklng nnstruc
txons for the alteratnons I saw WISIODS of 1 tennns court where I'ern Dans had just won
the world champlonshxp
I slw famnlnr eountrs lllel there w IS Vhldred Dykes Bnlor County Agent demon
stratm to Albert Wxrl 1 verx senentnhe f1rmer 1 most praetnell meubator nnvente 1
Eunice Machen I smelled burmng cooknes whlle the housew nfe Rosa Iee Marek spanked
d t sed a
one chxld and scolded numerable others Everywhere over the town w1s a ver1
whleh l'ranees Wxrz w IS the fortune teller There was exeltement Some were
rushnng to the pneture show to see metre ants s 1rr
some were going to see the mne day wonder B F Bowman golf chxmplon of the
world The far snghted Mnss Nunley was teachxng a eookmg school for men Chnef
h f el twlns hen
among her pupxls was 1ek Lankford the Wall Street Lnon w ose wx e an
peek hmm horrlbly
I saw a shxps deck 1nd Dorothy Olsen a promment soung dnvoreee havlng an
outrageous flnrtatnon wlth the eonductor Carl Hash of the shnps orchestra whnch was
playmg the latest song hut bx Hazel Cooper composer and Elxlabeth Donehoo Ivrlc
Baek In the old Unlted States I saw Ruth McMurray maknng a tour lecturnng ln
favor of commumsm though she was sexerely erxtxcxled by the Senior Senator from
d ll d b Bull
Texas the honorable judge Mnlam md bx that newspaper sxn leate eontro e y
H h On has staff was a famous erntxc Tom Tucker who was wrntmg a bug scoop
about the famous coneert pxannst Viadame Houdmskn just plam Mayme Holcomb
Th as a hunt of sandalw ood 1nd there was Chma and Ida Lynn Herrell a con
nonsseur of tea studvmg a revnslon of Work s brndge rules bs Ruth Irancher
Was that the zoo that I saw Oh no xt was just Crlt N'IcDon1ld posmg wnth has
favorite specne of kangaroo nn Austraha
h h f ous ractntloner Dr R E Ford was admxnxsternng cold serum
Back ome t e am p
to Countess de Mxrabeau Cora Belle Moore married a tntle The nurse Ruth Hanna was
generally In the way The Countess patronmed the Lellnd Power Sehool of Ixpressnon
of whnch Paulnne Hooser IS president
I s1w Irene MeCluskey m plun elothes 1 eleteetxve She solved the Bluebearel murder
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We see Mxldred MeDav1d nn the U S Senate opposms, the rnght for men to vote
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RUTH l'UxNci ll it
A live wire-into mischief
and out again. She would
laugh at her own funeral.
Silence is the source of
great knowledge. Always
thoughtful, kind. and un-
AJ, W i.I-i.i1 Mookii
H' k'Her wise, rare smile is sweet
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. little. Misehievous and good-
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Although he is quiet, he is
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A blonde of unusual attrac-
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