Owen Johnson has been married five times, has written three classics (The Varmint, The Tennessee Shad, Stover at Yale), has worked for the Republican National Committee (1920), the Democratic National Committee (1928), has ten times won the gentleman farmers' exhibit of fruit, vegetables and flowers at the Stockbridge, Mass. Grange Fair. Last week his first public office sought him. To his swank Stockbridge home trooped several hundred neighbors headed by Harvard Instructor William Ellery Sedgwick, nephew of venerable Editor Ellery Sedgwick of the Atlantic Monthly. Tumbling their words excitedly together, they...

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