Equal To The Occasion
Mrs. Bland always has something Dleasant to say to everybody. She puts ill her friends in better humor with .hemselvts. She met the ugliest man in town the other day. He is really a surioaity lie is so ugly, and when she saw him he was worse than ever for ie had a boil on his nose. She couídn't ay he was looking well. She couídn't ay he had a sweet voice, for he notori usly hasn't. It looked for a moment is if she were bowled out, but she vasn't. Öhe rallied gallantly. With ler sweetest smile slie grasped the nan's hand. "Oh, Mr. S ," said she 'how do you do? You- you always do wear such irimaculate linen."
Ann Arbor Register