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December 16, 1937

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PAGE TWELVE THE CATALINA ISLAND i ~'{~.~H~.~~~:~.~~~~~.~.~ THRILL OF THRILLS .~. *, m- tta Sweet Refined i~ (i;,,t 1,uta m(,untahl hi the sea, ~ Dame Nature--always dutiful-- -- ~ Bedecked her crest and pebbled !co i .~.t ~ 'Till ~he was grand and beautiful. .~. She .aid to her: "You'll be the queenMystic Knights of the Sea? !~ [ " ~ Of queellS when 1 adorn veh, A witness one day in a Geor ~ ~ For you will be the, fairest scene c~,urt ,,,,as asked bv an attorney " y,u know the delendant, f arson ? ~ in stnlny California". "" ) " ' :: ~ , "Yas, suh. Ah has a logical 'qw n . " '" " ............ in t" ~ So where the fish that swim in droves tance wid him." the Negro replied --put you neean t sacrifice suitability anu value ne ~ .Are known to be prolific, "\Vhat do ,,ou ,nean by 'logical last minut r sh when ho here ~ She graced with charming curves and quaintance'?"" " e u , you s p . ~ coves ' "Well, suh," he replied, "we is m' ! ~ The placid blue Pacific. bahs of de same lodge."~Det i ~You'll find this store full of timely suggestions, standard ~ She gre'w more lo~el~ as the breeze News. goods of approved quality and reasonable prices ~ , A rraug~.~d, her .ttoral shrubbery, ?he Old Mott~ * ~ .~kll(1 carrm~ moisture to ner trees-- "Georue,' said his doting mot] -. ~ Nor ever thought it drudgery. "that is~a't the watch 1 gave you .'~ i. Christmas, is it, dear? I feel s Catalnna Hardw-,', cn Aud high above old Neptune's bed, that the one I bought had a gold c'. i m,~.~t ,~q "q~,~.we ~ From Ada to the lsthnms, and this one is silver." .~ ...... " ~ Her holly berries, bright and red, "Yes, Mother," stammered Geor l~lllOlle --tIUtlIIP ~ Doth make a cheery Christmas. "you see--er--I was very hard up term, and--er--vou know, Mother, ~~~~.~.,~:4~.'.~~.~.~~~ A] S'Ve2V~tSL~i~eStsi':~:.(~,~ be famed emnstanceSMagazine, after cases."--MecC A true euphonic artist named ~l~l Her, Santa Catalina. The Ants' Outing IIII Joan was very keen natural on Ill --~ - A o. She let the hikers hike her hills torv. ~ -Z"l " Ii ~[I, lr~ ~_l~Pi~ll~~ ~i~ [[~1[ Until they wore her trail on; "I think ants are wonue .... Ill ~111~ VIII I~imlllq~ll~ ~11~11 I.~ Ill And, later, gave her thrill of thrills-- said; "they seem to do nothing 1~1 ~I I~# nl ~ n i~[ For then, she had A-val-on. x~'rkh."'m'O I [[ I' OU W OUl(I LIKe 1:0 ~iet [ o7,,o ~qOT ENOUGH brother Peter.nt "EveryS sure,"timebrOkewe,sin a picnic the ants have been tl" ]H 11~ m. ll ~ ~,~,~---- ~1 Trying to stoo those terribly fatal too."--Children's Newspaper. IH Wl[ HAVli A IUKI el automobile accidents by education does I| ,,,, ~lr~ w~ir~i~=mssssvai~m~ [~i not appear to be accoml, lishing much. Aha! I! II;'l I I I fill; "ll'lMI II;N1 ml Please note that there are more acci- 1] ~l~ ll~~ V l~lV Ill dents being reported this year than in A customer, with proofs of his 1 tograph, shouted at the photograp'. Jill Ilai 1936. ' "Do I look like this picture? Ha' 1~ ~~ I[~ln O~en Ni hg t* Starting !I Suppose we try another remedy ? a squint, and do I look like a P~ i~ Next Wednesday ill For one vear provide every autonaobile fighter? I ask you, is this a " ~l with a s'peed regulator that will not likeness?" ~ ~~ ~]] permit such machine to be driven toThe photographer timidly rep ]ll~ I I]F~V~I,V[/~I('Y[-~C~ kl exceed FORTY miles an hour. Me- III! i--1 P_., I W ~.,~..~L~ ~1 thinks you would note a difference "The answer, sir, is in the negativ' 1111 JL ai. ........ ~i both in uumber and destructiveness of Pearson's. II YOUR FRIENDS I~l the auto:mobile accidents of the year. [ " ~t And the lives saved would be worth , , Gentle Dig , for more 'thanWhv not ,d, eittheatr al'lssif t,me. 'I m going to leave, mum.' ii "Why, Ellen? I'm very sorry; ' - g " ' are such a hard-working girl. "That's just it, nmm. I ain't ~.~:'~~.~~~~~.: 7..:...: .: ..~h~.~~~." enough to keep :he occupied., T] | or four hours every night I a fool away me time slee son's. | Occupied ! Onlooker: "Surely, Mose, you expect to catch fish in that Mose: "No, sah, Ah don't exp~ .1 Ah'se just showin' mah wife no time to turn de wrin .~ Hardware. ,l Deception Diner: "What do you call this waiter?" Waiter: ".Mock turtle,str.'" ! Diner: "Well, don't you think .~ restaurant is carrying this thing a ~ too far ?" .~ .1 Fame .l "And why should we celet .~ Washington's birthday more mine ?" asked the teacher. .I "Because he never told a lie," out a little boy. What's In a Name? Add appropriate names: "Will is egg inspector for a county fa ganization in California, while does it in a Brooklynrestaura~ Florence (Ala.) Herald. The Poetical Tramp I know I do not write so well, I'd do better if I could, But I'd rather split infinitives Than do the same to wood. Why He Was Promoted Guest: "This room looks to me a cell." Bellboy (politely): "We/l, it' matter of what a person's Canine Climber Mrs. Climber: "I'm going Fide in the dog show next Friend: "Do you think he will Mrs. Climber: "No, but he some nice dogs."