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THE NATIONAL SUNDAY MAGAZINE
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AH the Joys of Youth
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n you HTGICNOL the aaraHtttJ ttrtlittft Poardir Pulf,
1itot at jour ctiali , ut wttl ttntt dt
tut 1-Htit Jt ixtra t. t ttr .
Minr!A I aw 'Importer of the famous "Cr.roe Simon.")
maurice Levy, 15 uhhim.. .n vorkcitr
rt- sit'iuiiiiK appti'iiibfr in tln
t'atskllls. and AHtv and her niolhcr
-r staying at Ilio same hotel. One
atn rnoon wo planned n trip to thf
Giant's Chasm, a picturesque spot
well worthy of its name.
There was also a young man from
Massachusetts staying at our hotel.
and he had been attentive to Allt e. 1
I was not surprised therefore when
Alice told me that he was Koinj? to
be her escort to the Chasm. Hut It
I did surprise 1110 (at first) when she
asked me if I had a pair of long
She was Irreproachably shod in u
lr.11 r.. 1,-1.. - 1
I 1'ifiij uiiiu pair 01 wuiKiUK snoes,
jttith laces or just the right length
I to make a neat bow. Still, 1 found
her a pair of longer laces and she
tied these so that the end of one of
the laces trailed a little on the lloor.
While she was doing this I noted
that she was wearing n pair of heavy
black silk stockings.
"Aren't you afraid you'll step on
the end of your shoelace, and untie
It?" 1 usked her.
Alice gave me one of those straight
innocent glances by which a woman
means everything or nothing.
"No," she said, "I'm not afraid."
We started. It was a gorgeous
afternoon. The leaves were In their
gayest Autumn colors and I appreci
ated then, for the llrst time, how well
they harmonized with the forest
shades that Alice was wearing. The
young man from Massachusetts
seemed to appreciate it, too. He and
Alice gradually dropped to the rear
and onco when I looked back for
them, afraid they might get lost, he
was kneeling 011 the ground tying
lie must have tied it badly, for
when we were scrambling down the
Chasm, I glanced back and saw him
tying it again. That evening Alice
told me she was engaged.
"When's the knot to be tied?" I
asked. She tried to give me another
of those straight, innocent looks, but
she blushed instead. "He wants to
be married in October " she said. And
Next to Alice in the photograph
stands Kate. Kate is married now,
and I'll tell you how she did It. She
didn't make love to the man she
wanted; she made love to his sister.
They were always together; those
two girls and the brother was gen
erally not far away. Hilly was 11 shy,
sweet-mannered young fellow, hut his
sister's presence gave him courage.
Tho girls went to the theatre; Hilly
escorted them. They went to the
football games; Hilly took care of
them. They went oil motor picnlts,
and of course Hilly drove the car. In
other words, Kate knew how to use
her most valuable ally. And when I
refer to Kate's most valuable ally, I
am not referring to Hllly's Hlster. I
am referring to General Propinquity !
If 1 may use such a strange verb,
Kate propluquiticd with brother
Hilly until their engagement was gen
erally taken for granted. Perhaps it
isn't too much to say that every year
hundreds of thousands of marriages
are thus brought about. A young
man wakes up and finds that he has,
almost unconsciously, given a girl so
much attention that he can't very
well stop, especially if she's a nice
girl. People look upon them, in the
old-fashioned phrase, as being "stead
ies." Nothing has been said between
them; nothing In tho way of a con
scious courtship has been carried on.
nut if he backs out, it will create a
painful situation; It will look as
though he were Jilting n girl of whom
he Is already quite fond. Indeed It
might even compromise her, or at
least Interfere with her other matri
Hacking out thus presents its dif
ficulties, but as for going forward,
well, that's the easiest and one of the
pleasantest things in the world. So
with Hilly and Kate. An engage
ment, whii-h did not exist, was taken
for granted - -thanks to Kate. Ami
.Continued on Page 15)
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