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In Roseau, Minn., Leon Plant, 65, indignantly refusing State and Federal relief, retired to keep house in a big, snug butter churn with a tight-fitting trap door (see cut), which he inherited four years ago from a former employer.


In Cleveland, on his 60th wedding anniversary, William W. Britton, 78, recalled that before his marriage: "I used to pass Sarah's house every day on the railroad. She lived one block from the tracks and I could hop off the front of the freight train, sprint that block, snatch a kiss and...

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