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THE FRAID CATS
By W. E. Hill Copyright, 1940. by Now* Syndicate Co.. Inc. • I The chronic worriers. He's afraid he may lose his job. ftfraid we'll go to war, afraid of bigger income L taxes and afraid of his mother-in-law. She’s afraid of dogs i and Friday the 13th. She’s afraid i she's losing her looks and life is I _one long worry. _£ .1 1 . I Slow motion portrait ^ of the nervous man'"' who gets scared and jumps a foot when he’s spoken to suddenly or slapped on the back t without warning. | \ I Mary Belle and Louise are sensitive girls (2d i year High), and mid year exams scare them till they can’t remem ber anything So they’ve decided not to take the history test and are going to the new Walt Disney film instead. Sun-kissed beauty of the Pocific Coast. In fact, the sun and 18-year-old Clara Louise Baker get along so well together that she won that silver trophy for having the best coat of mid winter suntan in the annual San Diego <Calif.) contest. Judges used color charts to determine the winner. A p pll0t0S \ "Don’t you think, Mr. Pratt, that sex is very much over rated today ?’’ (Showing timid bachelor being just about scared out of his wits by an overfriendly female of the species.) __ I I I — B ' M Girl, deathly afraid of cold germs, edging away from a nose blower in a bus. ■■ 11 This little woman is fearless about most things, but she's a ter rible fraidy cat when she sees a mouse's tail sticking out of a mouse trap. II 1 \ Lillian is going to a big danc ing party and she’s scared to death for fear her dress is all wrong. She’s afraid the boys won’t look at her and that she'll be a wall flower all eve ning. Wishes she were not going. Once she's there, shell have a grand time. Crisis on the border—but Juliana skates. The Netherlands Crown Princess 'right) didn't let the latest invasion scare of German troop concentrations deter her from a spin on the ice of a canal at The Hague. Her companion is Baroness van Asbeck. THE A L KAMI MO tPPtCT PRODUCED BY EATING PLENTY OE GRAPEFRUIT IS A GOOD SAFEGUARD AGAINST COlOSf City wife afraid of the ■ /dark, the silence, and i the loneliness of the i country. Oh, for the j sound of a taxi back | firing! Turns on the [ light and wonders if the night will ever end. (Husband stayed in town for the night.) rc— THE nun SUGARS—so GENEROUSLY PRESENT IN FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT-GIVE YOUR BODY OUICK SHSROYf Florida grapefruit gives you three things mighty impor tant to radiant health—vita mins, minerals and fruit sugars. And you'd have to multiply to find the many ways in which those valuable elements do you good. So it’s a grand idea to eat some every day. Fresh or canned, Florida grapefruit comes to you with that tart, tangy taste that makes it more delicious than any other kind. Florida Citrus Commission Lakeland, Florida » * w - SMART WOMEN PREFER THOSE §19, PLUMP, JUICY GRAPEFRUIT THAT COME FROM FLORIDA! FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT FRESH * * CRHHER g—1' l r ★ VELVETY CHOCOLATE if CRUNCHY CRISPED RICE if RICH NUT MEATS if ONLY 5* Here's a new, wonderful sensation in chocolate that everybody goes for. You never tasted a bars. Velvety smooth Nestle's Chocolate plus chocolate bar just like Crunch. You’ll say it’s rich Nut-meats PLl'S a mysterious, delicious tops in taste thrills. Treat yourself. At your c-r-u-n-c-h-i-n-e-s-s! It makes a combination favorite candy-stand. Only five cents. Treat the family . . . Buy the Economy Size.