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PAGE TWELVE A PERFEI T THANKSGIVING DINNER The joy of the feast depends upon correct table appointments as well as good cooking A New Carving Set for Thanksgiving! Wouldn't you enjoy using it? Wouldn't your guests admire it? Other Equipment for Cooking and Serving a Dinner ROASTERS CASSEROLES BAKING PANS FOOD CHOPPERS PIE PLATES PREX WARE THE CATALINA CUSTOMS ON THE Refh Crude (Continued from Page 11, Colu~ be .acquainted or friendly to this way. I~ I In Mexico, man tips his hat whe~l meets a lady on the street just ~S~ 1 Another Alibi does in the United States. He al~ ! "l)idn't I see you in the fish mar- steps to the outside. No great reS~i~l ket before you went home last night ?" Angler--aYou sure did, partner. Had is shown, however, to a lady walk~ I so many fish that I gave some of unescorted on the street. In fact'l~l them to the proprietor of the market." dies rarely go out on the street al0~"I "lie is a genius" in Mexico. ...t.I "Who supports him ?"--High Life. The streets of Cape Town and ~ I are filled mostly with Kafirs, tt~.I;..I ban Misplaced dus, Boors anti English. The gr°_~I A well-known admiral--a stickler for er part of the language on the st~ I uniform--stopped opposite a very porD is Kafir. The lower class rarely sh J~/ ly sailor whose medal-ribbon was aft inch or so too low down. Fixing the the traveler any courtesy. He r0eroJ, I man with his eye, the Admiral asked, addresses him with ,,Buckcl~eO' "Did you get the medal for eating, n,y which means "Give me a present, ,~ Inan ?" On the man replying "No, sir," the"Calimombo Tegate Aubibi," whJ means, 'Ihank you, my love. ' k" admiral rapped out: "Then why the ..... deuce do you wear it on your stom-In Durban are employed "Gin'rl~- ach ?" --Tit-Bits (London). shaw" boys for a shilling a d Y... ---~---~-~--- • , ~ tllJ" Bill---"What's, happened to the Hot these boys, 'Boss up" means 2" , around " and ' Do onit " means "stoPs. Stove League ?' ' ' g ' i~ Ted--"Oh. they burned up all their "Dogonit" is a Kafir word used it old fishing tackle last year !" America by many who do not knOV/ is a foreign word. Conservation Again "You waste too much paper."said the editor. MY FAVORITE STUDY "But how can I economize ?" "By writing on both sides." I like shorthand better than a~Y~ "But you won't accept stories writ- thing I have ever studied. Shorth~.~ ten on both sides of the sheet?" is quite necessar to anyone in bU~2 "I know, but you'd save paper ju'st Y " " s ~" the same."=-Heywood Advertiser. ness. Of course other subject ~. also necessary, but they are not al Dick--"I have musical feet. " interesting. If a person intends to~ Spud--"Ugh! Demisemiquavers, two flat." any kind of a secretary or reporter must have shorthand, ot~e. Caustic Dave I like shorthand because it is s glIIALIN/I HARDWARE g0NPANY whotheDave°therknows"C" davStepped{or anda pairint°askedof Ed.sox.,,theWise'SmanknowY°uthing different fr°m anything else' allU"canit all.learn' I an