Recently in Principles of Living Class in Ambassador College, England, this question was asked of Mr. Armstrong. Thousands of our readers would like to know the answer. Here it is. Not long ago I officiated at a wedding in stately Memorial Hall at Ambassador College in England. My next-to-youngest grandson, Richard David Armstrong II, age two and a half, thought the ceremony so very nice, he said, "Mommie, I want to get married!" "Well!" answered his mother, a little shocked - a little amused, "and whom do you want to marry?" "Karen," replied little Dicky promptly. "But Karen has just been married. She can't marry anybody else, now." "Well then," decided Dicky, "I'll marry Sheila." Sheila is a very nice Irish colleen, a student in the college. "But Sheila is grown up now, and in college," protested "Mommie". "What if she won't have you?" "Then I'll marry you. Mommie," came the quick decision.
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