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Looking at Life Whiio I am writinir this ;L mil- to her apartment, she lion people, to he conservative, i inking of coming to..New York had walked out on lici \vas away and .taken a job in the ment, .success, ha.ppino£s. ' ' Happiness, oh yea?. " About' tliree 'yeare ago" I .met Mai-Rare:'i Carson, one of New .'I.i'n disfrusiinfr, isn't-'it?" "she said, "Ihe of the people here in New York." 1 am almost sure" that there wore tears in Margaret's eyes, aithouRh •York's well kr.own II wouldn't sec vcr Lions" women. .-she was blowinc: her nose, a'nd She 1 had then jusl recently, ar- handlcerchief was .*lockinff I..had ; thc. him- ^'HS 1 sulphur 'And: -v the of-1 rived .-from Toledo, Ohio,-her home 'Know vown.' • ... - - - • ... W.iLh-.a firm, ch'in,- wida 'Open 'eyes, a lot of charm and a satchel- ful of dreams,, she set out [q conquer New .York. She met all "tbo important people, she- -visited all Hie-nighf clubs' and the mosl, expensive rest.aur- ah-ts,-she toolc a oeauliful apart- mont in one of Ihc "city's swa.niiicst sections, she enlcrtaincd and was tiritei-UUned • and she has a nice •officje • and a rao'e bank-account in was . a . pice bank. . '-.'•• .My work has brought'me into contact with 'her quite a. lol. and I have watched her turn inlo a New Yorker. ' • She. isn't quite so- wide-eyed any more, her eyes are not.i quite so bright, hor^ satchel of •dreams is gelling quite empty. " • . . Yesterday I hart" luncheon' willi. her—at a very . quiet." wiry" simple .'-place. . • ,. Marffii.rcl -had 'just.returned from a quick .u-ip to her horhe town, where she went to attend lier sls- -intestines his like un- old ac- ] ' vie.u 1 . - . - , .Could it be possible.that, she was .homesick for;Tolcdb? '•-- - '.-•' • (Copyright, 19'M, King Features Syndicate. Inc.) . ter's wedding. You're Telling Mel • By WILLIAM KITT - CCentthl" ITC*» Writer) WE DON'T "KNOW wHcther Tojo Sfoes in for numorolopy or nol but, even -so, Task Force No. 5S musl meair bad news to him any way.Ire looks.-at it. The .sun's vi-olet "r.-jys cause sunburn. Junior th.inks .that's a typographical error •— there should" bo an'"n".. in Lhat violet. G.I .Toe, ' who lifui moved from Norlh Africa (o lliily to • tn tlio Normandy,. !» cortiiln- ly jrcttlnp : a MU-C)| Ics- Zadok Du'mkopf says.that la.pse "is Anci Marg-are:, the sophisticate, •ful thc '•service was, and how she served' punch a.1' the reception and how nice a.!I the aunts uncles . and Ci-icnds had been. -A'.ici sho told -me .aboul thc i-oscs. i'n the garden, how they were 1 all in' bloom now, and about the- honeysuckle that is- almost' cboki-ng the rhododendrons, and "how. nice ii was lo sec"al! Ihc. familiar "faces again.' • ' . • - j When she went back to the station a lot of-her .-folks saw her off . . I. Three-cornered -brjsicball may be on' a good-stunt, but it is no improvement, on. the- two-team varicly. It •still produces only one winnet'.. The local \vc:tlhcrniiin recently !w«iMti ,lo have (lone hl« hcnt to make Ic'clitiul nppoar lo be the idciil republic. . and' kissed her goodbye and told 'her to,.come back soon. • • ' ;" And; tlioy it, too." " . Then-She' lold.lne Inat when she .Maybe -the post-war, world, will produce . a • mammolh "mechanical cheering device wlifch would give thc perspiring delegates a chance to keep reasonably cool. 'Of approximately 250,000". con- of. of Ihc

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  1. Naugatuck Daily News,
  2. 07 Jul 1944, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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