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flowers. We consider this work a very important part of an individual's education. Our health demands good fresh vegetables, while our respect and love for the beautiful rejoice in the flowers.
Children will be occupied and if their minds are directed in safe, wholesome channels we shall have better men and women for the future. We have brought up three children so I can say with great satisfaction that the garden has been a 
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