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PAGE TWELVE tHE CATALINA ............ HIGH SCHOOL Refine rudo. CHILD (Continued WELFARE frm---~age i 9 The public welfare I TYPOGRAPHICAL TITTERS held at the Congreg~ Tuesday February 19, After the Honeymoon--(b) The of- is sponsored by the _ fering of gratuities or brides to Cus- Auxiliary, Mary Wilh toms Officers is a violation of law,-- the P.-T. AJ ~ ~ Montreal trade paper. The arrangenlcnt co: * * * posed of the followi~l Ajax Outdone--Lightning storms in Baker, Mrs: R. E. B~ \Venatchee, Wallace and Walla \VallaHarrington, Mrs. R. forest districts were reported as men- L.L. Lynam, Mrs. Jo acing but entirelyunder control.-- ~~.~ Oregon paper.. ; . " David Ray Arnold. , . The program will be as Vocal Affinity?~-The city pier will The Flag We Love :-:- IT IS TIME TO PUT YOUR GARDEN PLAN TO WORK be the scene of another of the series Cradle Song ............ J" You will find everything you need in our complete line of garden of conmmnity sings. Sizable crows The Dandelion ........ are being attracted by these sings.--Elementary Gir i tools, seeds, etc. Sarasota (Fla.) paper.. Leta Mac Bradle: I Love Thee ........... C n v .. Trifling Perquisite.-- Allegretto movement Hardware ..om~an. City Could Get by With $1,250,000Trumpet Dry Cleaning and Pressing S. C. I. Co. Laundry Dept. DRY CLEANING SPECIAL Week Commencing Thursday, February 14 Watch for next week's Dry Cleaning Special SPECIAL FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY Phone 32 or 105 _O Discount on all work through our CaR Office 115 Catalina Avenue A STATEMENT TO THE CALIFORNIA PRESS ON C. T. A. TAX BULLETIN The Board of Directors, Cafifor'nia Teachers Association has requested us to clarify the position of this Associa- tion with respect to some of the sub- ject matter contained in a pamphlet written by Dr. Elmer H. Staffelbach, our Research Director, entitled, "The Tax Situation in California: 1935", and issued as one of the publications of this Association. The Board has instructed us to ad- vise you that California Teachers As- sociation has not sponsored and is not sponsoring a tax program for Califor- ma. California Teachers Association is in no sense officially on record as favoring any particular revenue meas- ure proposed in this pamphlet. Respectfully submitted, J. A. Sexson, President California Teachers Association. Roy W. Cloud, State Executive Secretary California Teachers Association. ----: o:--- Our Message Lord, not alone on Christmas Day, When every heart is glad and gay, But every day throughout the year Grant to my heart so much of cheer, It generously shall overflow; And scatter joy whe'er I go. --I. R. McKibbin. If the doctor prescribes more iron in your diet, you'll find it in these foods: Lettuce, spinach, roast beef, milk, oatmeal, rice, prunes, eggs, cel- ery, cabbage, turnips, apples and cer- eals. Sell Catalina--Buy Avalon George Washington Jackson was being tried for assault and battery upon his wife, Phoebe. The judge asked him to state his case. Jedge, Ah's a hard-workin' man, Ah is. T'other day Ah comes home M1 tired from mah wuk. Ah looks roun fo' mah wife an' dere she am primp- in' herse'f befo' a mirrow. Phoebe, Ah sez, Where is mah meals? Go way man, she sez, Ah got no time fo you, Ah's a membah ob a lodge now. Jedge dat made me sore an' Ah asked her agin fo' mak vitals an' she said, Ah done tot' you once Ah ain't got no time to fool wid you, Ah belongs to de Ladies Axillery ob de culled Eag- les. Jedge, Ah up and threw her out de window an' said, Honey, if yo' is a eagle,den fly.--Industrial School Journal. Nothing at All Though it now costs less to be- come a citizen of the United States, the initial outlay is as nothing to the upkeep. Toledo Blade. Wife: "John, I had a heart to heart talk with our daughter today about the problems of life." Husband: "Good! And did she tell you anything we should know?"-- 1~ rintnall Line. Not .Yet Lightning in Ohio struck an illicit whiskey still. The extent of the dam- age to the lightning is as yet not de- scribed.--Detroit News. Question: "Do you think I should get married? I've always wanted to raise a family, but the man I love simply can't bear children." Answer : "You're expecting too much of a man V'--Brintnall Line. Although Needs are $I,000,000, David Mayor Tells Supervisors --Los Angeles paper. * g * Bravely Bearing the Cross.--The former ruler emphasized he looked upon the world today entirely from the standpoint of a private citizen. He l,~oked vigorous, alert, even gay, despite his simple life of exile in the little Dutch village and his second wife. the Princess Herrrbine.--Toronto paper. How's Your Digestion?-- 100 Fine Swiss Gloria Umbrellas for Meu, 3.00 each Regularly 50c. Delicious fresh shanks, some with steel rods. --Newark (N.J.) paper. Was Dad's Face Red?-- "FATHER'S DAY SPECIAL" Purity Bakery's Famous Devil's Food Cakes --Unidentified paper. Meanesi Yet--Q. What sort of cli- mate does Rio de Janeiro have? A. It is warm and humid; the aver- age mcan temperature is about 740 degrees F.--Modesto (Calif.) paper. Pass the Code Book--A woman with black hair has on her head, a natural blondehas on her head, a natural blondehas on her head, a natural blondehas 760 and one with brown hair has about 650 . . . A "peroxide blonde" will have less than any of them if she keeps on.--- Eugene (Ore.) paper. --:o:-- Terrible Error Many a candidate makes the mis- take of putting into his platform a plank which an opponent makes him walk.--Patterson (N. J.) News. The Builder .................. The Eskimo Jea] Miss Lois Address, "Why Have Mr. Kenyiu J" Probation Officer, Los The program will refreshments and ir Mr. Espinosa and A. H.S" EVENING Cl. SS February 4 the even.*n! matic group held theft It drew forth such promising number ing was decided meeting was held with an attendance 0 This group under t Miss .Hill, will pre will be presented t of the community. come any persons age up to join this grotlP' A. 14. 5" If men's shirtslee' the elbow, as a cates, what is to old custom of writing --Sacrament~. Sell Catalina-~BuY One of the questions on an exami- nation paper of a secondary school was: "Define a bolt and nut, and ex- plain the difference if any." A girl wrote: "A bolt is a thing like a stick of hard metal, such as iron, with a square bunch on one end, and a lot of scratching wound around the other end. A nut is similar to the bolt, but just the opposite, being a hole. in a little chunk of iron sawed off short with wrinkles around the inside of the hole."--Busyness, Aukland, N. Z. Why Bother? About the only thing a modern girl takes any troubie to hide is her e_na- barrassment.--Sam Hill in the Cin- cinnati Enquirer. Young Doctor: "I'm afraid I made a mistake in filling in a death certifi- cate today." Old Doctor: "How was that?" Young Doctor: "I absent-mindedly signed my name in the space left for 'cause of death'."--Pathfinder. Our Adlet Column helps. Try it. Lv. Wilmingtn a.m. Ar. AvalO** Lv. Avalon 4:30 Ar. Wilmingtn p.m, J Note--Special leave 6th and tion, Los before Pacific Beach, each meet all ers. (Wilmington Co. reserves change steat ing time Fay Asst. Traffic InAH TheW0dd