August 1934
Saturday Evening Post;8/11/1934, Vol. 207 Issue 6, p24
This article presents a poem and several short stories. The poem is "A Blonde Goes Off the Gold," by Helen M. Reed. The short stories mentioned in this article are "Fishin' That is Fishin'," by Tom Sims and "Bedside Manner Revenged in Reverse," by Scott Corbett.


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