Ethel Mumford Quotes.
The self-made man is often proud of a poor job.
Better a live doggerel than a dead sonnet.
Those who ‘cursed the day they were born’ must have been infant prodigies.
Busy people are never busybodies.
The greatest possession is Self-possession.
The doors of Opportunity are marked ‘Push’ and ‘Pull’.
The Doctor’s Motto: Have patients.
An ounce of convention is worth a pound of explanation.
Contentment: The smother of invention.
The danger lies not in the big ears of little pitchers, but in the large mouths.
The wages of Gin is Debt.