One of the Joys of Life
The best secretaries today all seem to be raving beauties, and if they'd been part of the scene in Dickens' time he'd have dispensed with Little Nell and filled his books with heroines who had far more vibrations, and who were full of the joys of life.
One of the joys of life today is secretary JOY HARRIES.
Here she is on the seat at the bottom of her garden in Hertfordshire.
We know you'd all like one like Joy at the bottom of your gardens, but supposing suddenly you did have? You'd only go all non-compos mentis and quivery and inarticulate. What the one cool man in a hundred would do would be to bow slightly, extend a hand and say, "Ah, my dear Miss Harries, shall we take tea on the lawn or shall I show you the conservatory?"
Joy would like that. She can take tea or leave it, but she adores conservatories and hot plants.