the long, stormy passage of two
months.- Emphasize- the courage
of these jpedple in undertaking
such, a difficult "journey .to a -new
and unsettled, , country, for the
safce of freedom.
Do not dwell on the terrible
privations of that first winter at
Plymouth, simply say that they
wer cold and hungry arid that
Tell how when spring came,
some friendly Indians helped
themjplant corn, wheat and bar
ley arid that in the fall their har
vest was so great they had
enough food tolast all winter.
So they said, "Let Us haVe a
day of Thanksgiving and thank .
Gbd for his goodness. It was'He!
who sent the xain and sun to
make the grain grow."' "'
Describe the'v Thanksgiving
with the' services in the little3
church and the three days of 9
feastiftgand fun with thelndians,
who h?d been invited for the holi-.
Make the children understand
that this was three hundred years72
ago and that every November!
since then there has been ' if1 t
Thanksgiving lioHday . in
,i I "AW ' '""
Tto -thankful fi?r "the pleasant ways ,
vf irwo, nxs war, wwner.
ui p& vqrieo njgnts ana oays
hat rtmke up;happj 'weather;
Tor fields of rfreen and skies of bkte
rot- tvn to snare a-no worn to c&
Tor friendship vartn affection ru ,
Tor Joveand life nd joy and you!
1 "What's the trouble?" iriqUired
'This lady's lawyer wants to
make -a motion," explained 'the
clerk," "but her gown Is tod tight."
Lo-O , .
Teacher; "When is -the best
time to gather- frtilt?"
Small Boy: "Plfease, sir, when
the dog's chained up."
,. ;.. -70 0 . ,
cql$f joYie&yutiililiaYte stand
uhmoVed while-shells were burst-
ing around' me. CoUldyou?" fib
Actor: "Well, that wpuld desd
pend largely uponjhe age of theb
O O - , . 38
Chorus girte'are thankful thats
there .are bigger lobsters orto
Broadway than in Chesapeake
hay. . ' si
Mti Roosevelt isn't expecting its
'btit if a presidehtiaLcnomMftatiofro
ibjjujd beirinoppQdin hisistockittg
it wont find any hole in "the" toe.
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