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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 many died. 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. -o- VV 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-. days. 2 Make the children understand that this was three hundred years72 ago and that every November! since then there has been ' if1 t FOR MOTHER Thanksgiving lioHday . in country. ' o- ,i I "AW ' '"" svmi. f 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 BSWBtHBftSSIPHMQBtaa Kwancwssa?: 1 "What's the trouble?" iriqUired the judge. 'This lady's lawyer wants to make -a motion," explained 'the clerk," "but her gown Is tod tight." Louisville CoUrier-JoUrhaJ. 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- this. is --'. xh 1.1 N Ml 21 ing around' me. CoUldyou?" fib Actor: "Well, that wpuld desd pend largely uponjhe age of theb HE." ' 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.