By Mitzi Perdue
Ernest Henderson's youngest daughter Mitzi grew as much as be a California rice farmer, Commissioner at the usa nationwide fee on Libraries and knowledge technological know-how, a usa Delegate to the United international locations convention on ladies, information columnist and fit way of life suggest on Maryland's jap Shore.
Mitzi Perdue is the mummy of 2 sons, and widow of the overdue Frank Perdue, President and CEO of Perdue Farms. Their love affair, friendship and marriage took them all over the world and taught Mitzi life’s classes which she stocks with readers as "Frank Perdue's moral beliefs."
This light-hearted and frank autobiography unearths lifestyles one of the wealthy and recognized. Mitzi Perdue stocks first-hand stories approximately becoming up as a privileged debutante who used to be regularly anticipated to make confident contributions to society. "I did not discount for This" is an American tale approximately Mitzi Perdue, daughter and spouse of 2 mythical American families-- the Hendersons of Massachusetts, founders of the Sheraton lodge Chair and the Perdues of the fowl corporation of Maryland.
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