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. persons and no silly single persons
to annoy us. Just bringyour divorce
decree and show it to the man at the
door and he'll bring you right in."
Such was the -telephone invitation
extended to Mrs. Frances Estelle Wy
burn to a "Freedom Dinner" here re
cently to which only divorceees were
invited to celebratethe granting of
her divorce at Reno from Walter M
Wyburn, an insurance broker of New
Liberty bells were conspicuous in
all the decorations, even the dinner
favors being made in this form, and a
sueared reDlica of the Reno court
house, the" famous, ''Divorce -Mill,'
constiuuea me centerpiece ior me
Souvenir photographs of Nat
Goodwin and all his wives were tHs
tributed to the euest'sj "
The feature of the dinner was that
it was served in . "divorced courses,
each dish separate from the other,
and the last thing on the menu was
an "alimony ,saiad;" so-called because
it doesn't arrive until long after due.
- -o &
By H. Mi Cochran.
It is good to meet a fellow
Who isn't always kicking,
I am right, am I not?
A good loser,- not a bore,
Who is out for easy picking,
Right again, clever tho't.
It is cheering when! you. meet
A man's who's full pf-fun'.
Ain't it so?' Sure it is!
In a race at good joke telling,
"He would keep you 'on. the run,.
Making humor, is his' biz.
When you come across a grouch,
You become a grouch yourself,
' You're a crab yes you are! -x "'
So cheer up and smile a bit,
Put the grouch upon the shelf.
, That is best! Yep! By far!
STILL THEY QUARREL
Nell They have only been married
a few months but they don't seem to
agree very well.
Belle No, they are always quar
reling about the best way to make
With a friend I chawnced to pay a
call on his young lady friend, who re
sided in a boarding -establishment,
bid chap. We sat in the parlor, after
lighting four gas jets for sufficient il
lumination- Thereat the landlady en
tered and made this protest:
"Whadda you honey-doves think
this is, the escape -valve on the gas-
;tank? Any time you get by with four
torches coughing a quartet in my
spqonorium KI'm going to twist those
chandelier buttons until there's only
one flare in 'the room, 'caugfe it costs
me dough every minute you milk the
gas meter. There! That's bright
enough for you if you want to cast
hold fins and cast orbs!"
My word,' - '