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:i! PAGE TWELVE THE CATALINA 15L / / llness Outside "Paint" provides the easy way to restore freshness. Get new interest and variety at little cost when wear begins to show and hint at shabbiness. Decoret Quick Drying Enamel covers well with one coat and is easy to apply. Ask for a color card of the latest shades. Walls and ceilings easily refin- ished. Fullerglo Semi-Gloss Fin- ish goes over plaster, wall board or Sanitas. Stains, Shellacs and Varnishes for Floors. For fast, easy work, rent our Spray Gun and finish in a few hours the painting that usually takes two or three days. CATALINo! HARBWAHE COMPAN DECORATOR'S SUPPLIES PHONE 400 125 METROPOLE AVE. ii, Refined Crude I+~,\e is ~reatcr tllan religion--Irv- ing Berlin. A Striking Difference She: "A ch,ck is different froln a l]la:l.'~ Hc : "In what respect ?" She: "When it strikes it keeps on working !"--Fishing Gazette. Over the Spillway Behaviorist : "Use your and ow'rcome every obstacle fronts you." Motivationist : "Shut up! no suctt thing as 'will are suffering from a chroulO words to your mouth." "Haw, haw, haw," howled ecuti~g attorney with a setlS mor, as the judge death sentence. "You'll die hear this oue."--Amherst MICKIE SAYS A Human Parasite Scroggs : "Everyone likes to have some one 'depending' upon them." Boggs : "Is that so ? Here's one who doesn't havre anyone depending on him--he depends on others !" Son: "Dad, what is the difference between a visit and a visitation?" Father: "Well, nay boy, when we go to see grandmather that is a visit-- when she comes to see us, that's a vis- itation."--Fishing Gazette. Martyr Neighbor: "How many controls are on your radio set?" Owner : "Three; my mother-in-Is,w, my wife, and my daughter."---Ex- change. An author says some people keep on predicting the end of the world in spite of the fact that they are always wrong But he must admit that they get a little nearer every time.--Pass- ing Show. Long-Range Student Boxing Instructor (after first les- son): "Now, have you any questions to ask ?" Beginner (dazed) : "Yes; how much is your correspondence course ?"- Pearson's. Bad to Worse "I~ you know the best thing for the fingers when they have become yellow from cigarette smoking?" a young man inquired of a friend. "Did you ever try using a cheap fountain- The Same Idea "I'm an author. What's you busi- ness ?" m a grocer. "How'd you like to see a free gro- cery store?--Louisville Courier-Jour- nal. F--~yWOOD~._S~ ~ Professor: Would you like a week s holiday, traveling about at my I 0 expense, Smtthson. Butler (gratefully) : "Thank you 115 Sumner Avenue Opposite Atwmter Hotel very much, sir." Professor: "Good! Afte.- 20 years' work I have completed my giant cat- apult; if you will pack a hamper of L I~ fd' I will send yu if' 0n an eight" ll~mlC~z_ ,, --_ _t___. - ___.- _. ~a.. ~ day trip to the moon !'--Humorist. and see them. in warmth--just the thing to snuggle un- der for a good night's sleep. Come in From mile-high Mt. Lowe, scenic ride from Los An, down on one of the most sights in the west. The Angeles and fifty-five other ifornia cities spread their t over a sngle panorama e square miles. Spacious Mt. Lowe Tavern, cottages, is headquarl, ers for high horseback rides .... sp cry taste a setting ble beauty. Five trains to Mt. Lowe Round trip from Los Angeles Pasadena, $2.15. Two daYS, fare, four meals and lodging, $" Phone '-PUcker 7272, or w: SMITH, P~ssenger Traffic M~ Angeles, for further informatie Mt. PACIFIC ELECTRIC A Long Time Fussy Lady (who has been a long time in selecting her purchase): "But I don't think this is lamb. It looks to me like mutton." Exasperated Butcher: "It was lamb when I first showed it to you, ma- dam."--Stratford Beacon-Herald. $12.50 that are light in weight and heavy pen ?" said the friend. Customary " h W y do we have to pay such un- reasonable rates just for bringing a few Paris gowns into Madrid?" " O ' I d n t understand ~t very well my- self, but I suppose it is just a little Spanish custom! '--Christian Science Monitor. Out of Luck Willie Mosquito: "A man clapped his hands at Daddy." Mother Mosquito: "What if he did, pet?" Willie Mosquito: "Yes, but Dad was Cold nights require warm bedding. We in betweenthem."--Smith's Weekly have blankets priced from $1.95 to (Sydney). See this