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' "you ougHt to wear glasses,
Miss Khowail' said .the doctor.
. Put she" Wouldn't because she
didn't want to spoil her pretty
However, she was taught a les
son, as the following conversation
sojne time later shows:
Shopman : "GJasses, madam?"
Miss Kndwall: "Yes, please."
Shopman: "What kind do you
prefer ?' - .
"Miss Knowall: "Good, strong
ones. I made,,- am unfortunate
N mistake yesterday, when I was in
r the country. I thought I saw a
hlackberry, and when I picked it
found it was a bumble-bee."
-- o o
She But, Harolds-why are you
in such haste? 'We can be mar
ried a little later, be gone as lorig
as we like on our honeymoon,
He Yes, and the first thing
we know the baseball season will
open while we are away!
A young woman entered, a
North High street drug store and
walking up to the clerk aslced the
price of a bottle.
"Five cents," replied the clerk
as he handed the desired bottle
over the counter, "but it would be
free if I put something in it."
, "Well then put a cork in iU
please," replied the satisfied customer.