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From the Ipswich Tribune September 13, 1928 edition


If ever it was deemed a handicap to have been born a girl, that can no longer be the attitude of mind of any one who sees how wide open to women are all the doors of opportunity. But a Portland (Maine) boy must still be of the opinion that he was in luck to have been born of the masculine gender. Recently in Sunday school the subject of regeneration was being discussed. When told that it meant to be born again he made it clear that he was not in favor of it. When asked his reason he said:

“How do I know that if I...

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