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,!i PAGE EIGHT """ ~ = '--'; " 7 :~~~~~ --new ones have arrived in black or brown. These are OPA priced at $2.50 plus tax and are excellent values. Dry Goods Your Island Store Since 1919 " i i The Bicycle Shop it i flales Rentals Repairs COI.SON BABY BI4KES V SHOPPING CARTS ! | Located in the Alley next to Post Office TELEPHONE 536 Sign on a poultry farm: "Anyone found near this chicken house at night Refined (~rude ,'ill be found there next morning.' --Winnipeg Tribune. In a Western town a recent rain had left the streets muddy and a stout colored woman wa~ carefully picking her way across one when a friend called out : "M'ornin, Miss Dinah. Nice (lay over- head." "Yes," she replied, "but l.awdy, we ain't walkin' that way," "Doesn'l your choir sin,< at the prison any n]orc ?" "No. Several of the prisoners com- plained that it wasn't included in lhcir sentences." --Mucllcr Record. .M(~thcr: "Why are you crying, l{ob- bic ?" Bobbic: " Veil, daddy was hanging a picture and (tropl~ed it on his foot." .",[other : "That's nothing t~*cry about. You shouht laugh." Bobble: "I did." --Catholic Home Journal. If you don't trade in Avalon we all lose money. "Last night I waited up for my hus- band and questioned him about where he had been." "What did you get out of him ?" "A new evening dress." --The Recorder. "l can't quite diagnose your case. I think it must be drink." "All right, I)oct,w,VII con:e back x,V}lCll VOll're sober/' l:,m: marlins wt-re playb,; b:'id :c in a hu! on a {aciric island.Sa(ll nly al~other leather-neck burst into the room and shouted : "The Japs arc landing a force of ab~mt 2iX) men th~wn on the beach !" The four bridge - playing marbles !ookcd at ~mc azlothcr. Fi:lally, one said: "I'll go, ['m dummy" this trend.*' : leading citizen, visiting at the in- sane asyhnn recently, had di~culty in making himself understood in .'.'etting a telephone connection. "Do you know who I am ?" he bel- lowed. "No," replied the operator "hut [ know wh~re yOU are." THE CATALINA 0 S P 0 R T L A N D & OTHER AMUSEMENTS eto ' ~llillllllll[[[[ i a progressive musical for your pre school child Monday lhrough Friday from 10--12 at !14 51arilla Avenue beginning Monday, January 8th ~i~l~i~ii~[[l~[$~[~H~[~[i~i~l[[NIi[[~l~N~l~Jlll~[~[~[~[[[~[[[[$[[[r~$l~I[[~$~l~lJ~[~[[~[[[[I[[~[[~[~[[l~i~i~ if Interested in Avalon --Read THE CATALINA a.'~ll Itl]lll Hill [l[ III [ first--BUY BONDS/ N N ~rht~iur (gift~ Casino Way, A valO lUIIIIIIIII IqlUll Ullllll IIllll~ [[llllllll ~lllllll llllllltl, [lll~11111111[ ImUl ll~ IIIIIIllUU[ IlllUlllt tltll~ More than 90 per cent of the Army A bomb that exploded paper requirements during the past Musemn in England 0 year were met by "coarse grades made b~rds eggs to fall 2 largely of waste paper." all the eggs were u [] OF (Second Edition) on sale at 'S Price, Fifty Cents