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JimAJ, HOVEMffiE at IBM.
Sometimes even being married to a
woman doesn't seem to leasee A
jau'ii love for her
"Absence rankes the heart grow
fonder" doesn't apply to the Job and
Banging one* thumb with a ham
mer does not Improve the disposition
or the appearance or the augeruail.
Drinking overheats the bloc in
hot weather in cold weather it is
followed b\ a dangerous reaction In
weather that just rlKht your frien Is
Blufftou. Ind correspondent says
the theft of weveu skunks there ranks
as the rankest theft In the history of
crime u the state
Times change, once a girl's heart
beat faster at the sound of her lov
er's footsteps, now tl takes the hum
of a motor
A woman is not reaUy blase until
ahe feels merely cynicaJ amusement
at the discovery a man has been lying
Corn on the cob and spaghetti
abonld never be consume* before
one's beat girl.
"Old friends, old books, aid wine"
Che old friends move away the old
books are good filler for bookcases,
and old wine Is taboo!
Only cause for divorce neoessary
lu Nevada is to be* married.
The Carpenters' Union In Green
land had struck to he paid by the hour
instead of by the day.
There always in the possibility a
man may recowr from the big head,
but after 30 his chances are slim
The luw uf compensation works
both ways There is the "morning
Socletv Note Mr and Mrs. A. Tyte
Wadd gave a dinner last night at the
hotel Covers were laid for
One reason why au artist, writer
ar actor has! a harder time matrimon
ially than a mortal who works for a
living is that he expects the impos
siblea woman with a man's sense
Polite people never wipe off the
silver before eating when invited out
to dinner on a Wednesday.
Standing ia front of A map on the
wall people always are north of the
shoes they wear
Use my column*.
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