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Real Pleasant Women

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Tkere are all sorts of pleasant girls in this world with winning ways and charming rnanners, but the girls of girls is the one who accommodates herself to her surroundings. As a matter of course a girl Bhould be bright and agreeable when she has a beautiful home, every wish granted, luxuries galore and no reason to be for a minute ill tempered or out of sorts. If, however, chance or misfortune throws her out of that comfortable nest among surroundings that are not congenial, where economy must be her watchword and hard work her principie, then if you find her smiling and light hearted, liaving once known what it was to have been at the top of the ladder, then indeed is she one worthy of all the praise you can give her. The woman who puts up with the discomforts of travel, of moving aud of the numerous vicissitudes that are bound tocóme into all lives without whining, finding fault or repining is the one that is bound to make some mau a good wife. A person cannot visit and find in another's home the numerous little ways of doing things that they are used to in their own; they cannot travel and be as comfortable as in the shadow of their own roof tree; they cannot go on year io and year out with no annoyances, and the disposition that can meet the various chimges with a smiliirg face is worth more to its possessor than money, which can take wikgs and fly away, for it brings comfort both to them and those about them at all times and in all places. -


Ann Arbor Argus
Old News