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PAGE TWELVE notable among which is the Mounted Casseroles, Pie Plates, Etc., combining in a single article Service, Utility and Elegance. THE CATALINA ISLANP HOORAW ! Refined Crude (A Forecast by a. Nut) "This is Radio G-U-M, from the only privately owned in the Worht! Said Island is POETICAL EFFUSIONS AS surrounded by water and poor WRITTEN A LA CHICAGO It also has blue sky overhead, largest ground-floor hotel yet inv~ By Bill Veeck, Jr. If you don't believe it--try and Dear Mr. Editor: a friend domiciled therein! The I see you have a lot or foul halls at Hampton Court hasn't a darn front Chicago writing for your paper, on it! There are two real hotel so I thought it better to break in and lots of other houses. There's show them what real writing is. place, and plenty of other Anybody can take a lot of words establishments. It's a great and put them in order, and say some- increase one's girth line! thing; but I'll challenge any of those also a pleasure pier--we shall writers to rhyme 'era. Lookee: broadcast the pleasurable noises from this summer. There are al A boy stood on the burning deck of officials. They will all addreSS His feet were full of blisters. Soon his pants went up in smoke from Time to Time--and speak oft So he had to wear his sister's, varying and various activities! Island is a wonderful place for Two P. K.'s sat on the railroad track, reid, as there are many varietie And both were feeling bum. luscious nuts--both full-grown The train came roaring round the curve, Toot Toot! Wrigley's gum. as yet undeveloped stages. bably have more Radio nuts Mary had a billy goat-- in a small place than has anY She kept it in the gutter; place on the globe. It never gave her any milk, But sometimes it would butt her. We have Cheap-Round-Trip --just to get you Over Here, The boy stood on the burning deck-- that, once you are here, you wi A sea gull overhead, the Nut Association. Come The sea gull laid a hard boiled egg, Us Over! ...ARK - AWK - A Range of Prices to suit any size of Pocketbook, and of And it lit right on his heard. This is Radio G-U-M ..... Designs to suit the most discriminating tastes. I saw two birdies in a tree .... They both began to sneeze; Charming Thought ~0d The reason was they had a cold-- 'k l~, It was after dinner and the ta* ~g ~/~TALIN/~ Hi~E ~OMPANY 'Cause they had no B. V. D's.questiontUrned to psychology.ha.d just beenThis dis,~];e~put: " Mary had a steamboat-- does old age really begin?" -0vi~ The steamboat had a bell; 1o establish a tormula was P~ .d~0 \Vhen Mary went to heaven, rather difficult, when one ladY, f"0f The steamboat went Toot toot! did not look her vears found the (E d i t o r's N o t e--Young Master lowing: " ' ,, ,,ea "To me, old age is always 1~ : , DEFOREST AGENCY Veeck is only nine or ten years oh!. ohter than 1 am." He'd the kid with the shock of tow " ~ . .dedb' ~ ~~iN hair, who can Climb a mountain faster Doctor--"Yonr master is de.,~l~R. than a goat. Pie started out to be the better, Thompson, but very irrn- He mustn't be thwarted." . ~. t0 mascot and inspiration for the Chicago Thoml)son--"He expresses a was~' league when they began kidding him Docto~"\cll--Ah--humor him. Sl[~II~'I'B too much. Now he'd agin 'era. \Ve The Easier Way . al. anxiously await a reply to his chad Mr. Goode--My bov, why is It lenge.) ways best to tell the truth ?~0 re" l~ov--Because you don't have ~ rln, s on a gument. Bill, one of the" MICKIE SAYS--- t~JI, J 1 "family tree" extended "way back." Shades Colonel Nelly" l,iped /" ',~,~D' o' "There arc only two kinds of animalsI "T~6 "(O~11,1 ~.~,1~ ~DklT ~U~'~I~1" d 'TWpv that live in trees--birds and monkeys, a--n ., and you don't look like a guy that be- I ~ MOJO,~_ P~P~., eD ~UR~- lomzs to any bird family, thars in my{ ~,lll /Xe~I.a/kk~ED ~ AD~qkI'f I'I' I ~( ~~ natural historv'" ( "~', FEbbER gl~O GlaEER$ Patt "l want a pair of l)ants for my sick ~ A'1" I" 3a ~0 h/t~ "~e-~ I'AO6'f erllS ,~:,~h.~,,d" exclaimud the woman. ~ G.~MgR.NLU4 ~tlE~e~ A'I I-kl~ "\'hat size?" asked the clerk. ~, btOkA~'~'Oglkl'~O "1 don't know but I think he wears a 14'_, collar." ' " (-- ~~ 7 ) ~ --" Ill Y ill h Airplane Sense ~ ou w appreciate t e assort- "The airplane is twenty-one years oht!" said one of the Chicago visitors of slr, ,es anu t',ain colors that we ~ she's just reached the giddy T~~ > aae, and she'llhave some sense in I o 0 are prepared to show y U with Golfer (to caddie as stranger ,,asses ~ ; bv)--"New member, isn't he?" the new Dixie collar, of course, vesterdav."Caddie--"Yessir' 'E swore isself in The Poor Fish ~ HEYWOOD,S thevotmg,,,ananvpropertv?" Her ster]a pai,a demanded; "\\'ell, l)a," the blushing girl replied, I "1 can say that he is landed." ~. "~'~ The Best Reason for BUying in Avalon \\rife (to husband who has Comldain- ed of feeling" ill)--"But darling, I think 116 Sumner Avenue, Opposite Atwater Hotel you are very imaginative. How do you .vZ ~ Around the Corner--But is Pays to Walk. know yon are as bad off as you think ?" ~-~- Husband--"No mistake about it, mv /o ~ ~,llm~ dear. I'm acting on inside informa- tion." "~ ~'~1~