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July 9, 1924

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PAGE TWELVE THE CATALINA [] WOULD THE EOUIPMENT OF YOUR BOAT WE ARE .FOR: ..... RUNNING LIGHTS RIDING LIGHTS FOG HORNS WHISTLES LIFE PRESERVERS CUSHIONS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS PILOT RULES Refined Crude Along the Trail First Man--Ever been married ? Second Man--Yes, l'v heen thru all from courtship to court house.-- Bostou Transcript. \Vhen I niarry I'ili going to mar- ry a glrl who can take a joke. Don't worry, little boy', it's the only kind you'll get.--Bean Pot. "I just saw a horse with a wood- en leg !" "Where ?" "On the nlerry-go-round.'~---t)eli- call. Plays Here A quartette had just finished sing- ing "Among the sleepy hills of Ten- Ten-'l~ennessee." The hostess noticed one of her guests weeping by himself. She in- quired, symI)athetically: "My clear man, are voua Wennesseean ?" The reply came quickly: "No. madam, 1 am a musician." Soph--\Vhy don't you work your way thru college ? l?rosh--My father has always taught me to never interfere witt~ his affairs.--Ranger. Suitor (to girl using rouge)--You remind me of a pirate. Suited Flapper--How so? Suitor--You fight ureter lalse col- ors.--t.'uppet. On the Floats Barney--Hey, there's no diving off them floats ! You might get hurt, young lady. Fair Lovliness--Why didn't you tell me that before I got into my CATALINA HABBWABE COMPANY baithingsuit? Barney--Well, lady, there's no law against wearing bathing suits like you've got on. Those Crawford Sisters ' ._. ~ Mother--Agness, you surely have i n't spent all the afternoon sitting TEN=TW N;;Nfi t} = oo the beach. Daughter--Yes, Ma! The Craw- ford sisters were in our party, and I couldn't get up to leave--because 7[ didn't have a wrap for my bath- ing suit ! ~(~ :~I~!T~W~: I''Ik/hatsa matter you ? I dOnta speeka brokena Engaleesh ?" "Not exactly--but it's fractured in lots of places."--Black and BlueJay. "\Vho was that lady l saw you lr with on the street the "other n'ght.' G "That wasn't a street--it was an I alley,"--Harvard Lampoon. ~17 W~~:(Y~OT: He Was Swiss, Too' Short-sighted lady (in grocery,): "Is that the headcheese over there ?" Salesman--"No, ma'am; that's one of his assistants." Gun--Do yon believe in love at first sight ? " JANTZEN Gnat--Yes, and every other op- portunity !--Siren. Inexperienced "1)o you think young people RE N "Certainly, I alwavs have been opposed to sending raw troops into battle," snapped Mr. Grouch--Cin- cinnati Enquirer. FROM OGRAM Harry Baldwin, the present Eb clarinetist, played with the Catalina Coplrr~ht 19~II, J'an~,m Kallttl~,M'llhl ~//~1}~'~ Band several summers, some years ago. Brother Baldwin is at home in band or orchestra work. He I was one of the first clarinetists with HEYW?ODIS Sousa for several years, and also of the Los Angeles Symphony Orches- tra, a number of seasons. There are other reasons why the band t~ro:5 tA:eng2 r---Bul~t~Sl~:-::W~The Best ''u for uY--g mAAV'd'm: plays well--besides brides, 116 S Hotel There are several new members of the band, including the new solo cornetist, to be mentioued later. MICKI,E _ J A HOME,WORu;ER "Is Mrs. Tongue much of ~ worker?" "Works every home she all the news!" The Defense. Mary Garden, in a modern dances at a tea iu said :- "Of course the girls who such dances defend them. be expected. "I kllOW a woman who to her daughter, a very " 'Really, Jane, Is that gray ear throwing kisses to "'Yes, mother dear,' said I'm throwing them back.'" Pet Jackdaw Accompanies A little girl living at owns a jackdaw which daily its young mistress home fro~0 The bird, leaving the house (lay, flies across the town to where he awaits the child, a~ flying and hopping beside her, panics her home. The bird * companies his mistress oB errands. Tough Start in Married His pocket picked of all his and his railway tickets while waiting with his bride at the station, a Chicago groom to cancel his honeymoon triP. confetti-covered hat ~~l~d coat, his suitcase, and his bride ing the bridal bouquet, the couple plodded to tile police sta report the theft. Cat Mothers Deserted There is a local interest lit whlch adopted five eh'lckens at in Los Angeles. The hen her brood. The eat sleeps stable and the chicks get a~( Just as they did under the their tiny heads sticking out fur instead of feathers. to enjoy the novelty,