Science: Pus-Instillers

"She was one of the most beautiful children I have ever seen. . . . Although she was but budding into young girlhood, you could visualize the sort of woman she was going to grow to be —strong, keen-minded, intelligent, a woman of quality, fit to mother a prince or a president. I used to call her the wonder girl. Then came the day when they bared her soft, well-rounded arm and jabbed it with the virus point. She didn't want it done. . . . And her par-ents fought against it. ... but...

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