Canton Observer, July 7, 1975
This is a classic "Dear Abby" moment for Gundella who rejects two women and their requests for spells to end romances of others for their own benefit. One for the lady's son who she felt was not a match for his fiance and another for a woman who wished to break up her partner's marriage. She ends the column with an apropos allegory:
The Legend of the Tears
A lady sat on the bank of the river and cried tears which fell into the water. The flowing water spoke to these tears and asked, "Who are you?"
"We are the tears of a wife who lost her husband to another woman," they answered. "And who are you?"
The rushing waters of the river sighed deeply and replied, "We are the tears of the woman who won him."