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PAGE TWELVE I'HE CATALINA 15L GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR MAY 9th ELECTRIC PERCOLATOR FANCY TEA POTS $8.50 up $1.25 to $2.50 PYREX WARE ELECTRIC TOASTER $0.00 Many other "Gifts of Utility" that would make Refined Crude Willing to Help A school teacher was very murh annoyed by the continued mischie,.- ousness of one of her boys. A! last she exclaimed in exasperation, "I wish I couhl be your mother fl,r just about one week." "~ "Very well, 1 will speak to fathvr about it," responded the youngster coolly.--Boston Transcript. High Dutch Elsie (aged 5)--"1 do h~ l)utchman will marry i1~e g'row tip." \titlt "X, lal-y--"~,\'hy' lily d# Elsie--" 'Cause 1 want to 1 'CS S." Irate Customer--t-I ere ; you did ! 1,aundrvman--I can't see wrong w~th that lace h'ate Custo,ner--l,ace ? a sheet!--l'rincet~m Tiger. .J l,ampy's idea of an ovO is an Eskimo night yard Lampoon. "This cloth matches your sample ()tit in the "\Voollv perfectly, madam." desire an illustratio;1 that "Yes. it certainly does; it couldn'thow wild we are, wc are be a better m~tch." just what we want anw "Ho'~V lllally yards do you require,roundings somewhere ,nadam?" This week we received "Oh, 1 won't decide yet. You see. cation it1 Ohio two this is the first store I've tried!"-- paper cuts of bucking bro Acton Leader. stampede advertisin paper. A Human Pointer "I)o YOU ever co-operate with other A Clever peolde.~'' wa~ a question in a ques-It was the first tinle ti(maire for an intelligence test. seen a street sprinkler. "Yes, I always co-operate," replied "0 mamma!" she the applicant for the job. "It giveswide-open eyes. "just se~ me an opportunity to p%int out to man's got on his wagoU otherstthe mistakes they are mak- boys from riding on beh "L)id you mail those two gave you, Norah ?" "Yes'm, at the post O noticed that you'd put stamp on the foreign five-cent stantp on the cz The little boy in this story from "Tonche a Tout;' was evidently a firm believer in flit oht adage, "Of two evils choose the less." Tttrning a corner at full speed he collided with Mother's Day easier every day. the minister. "Oh, dear, what a blun' "Where are you running to, my lit- ~hlt I fixed ir all right, tie man?" askled the minister, \vhen u.t chantwd th,: addresses he had regained his breath, velopes.--boston TranscrlP CATAU iNPANY " ' ' Home. panted the boy. ' *[a s ~" goin~z to spank me." " Irate Cnstotller--"l tht "}Vhat !" gasped the astonished rain- ~zuarantced this watch wotl ister. "Are you eav;er to have your a lifetime." mother spank you tl{at you run home Affahle Jewelry Clerk7 so fast?" " " ]]tit yon looked "pretty st( "No," shoute(l the boy over his you t~tmght it." shoulder, as herestmted his home- wa,d flight, "but if [ don't get there The Lodver--"Oh, Mrs. before pa, he'll do it!"--Ifittsburgh ha~. made'a mistake iti Christian Advocate. this week You've kel t mY _ Vd sent me hah a dozen \or. i Misleading Jollity kerchiefs instead." "Does 'at smile mean you for