The girl lived in a village in the Middle West and had never seen the ocean, or any large sized body of water. She dreamed of it constantly, and was overjoyed when an invitation came from her married sister to spend the summer with her at the seashore. The girl arrived at the seashore, fall of joyous anticipations. One day she went rowing with one of her admirers. Being a simple little inland girl, she did not know that it was wicked and dangerous to rock the boat. As a result of her folly, she and her escort were dumped into the water. A second admirer came along in a sailboat, however, and picked her up, sternly refusing to receive her first admirer, whom he knew was a good swimmer. Ignorance got the girl into trouble again, for she did not know enough to look out for the boom, and admirer No. 2 was too engrossed with her to take heed. Thus, for a second time was she thrown into the water. A swain in a motorboat rescued her this time, but the engine got out of order soon afterward ...
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