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TOOK ADVANTAGE OF HER
A little girl about 6 years old was
visiting ,friendsc- During, the course
of the conversation one of them re
marked: "I hear you have a new lilttle sis
ter." "Yes," answered the . little girl,
"just two weeks old."
"Did you want it to be a little
"No, I wanted it to be a boy," she
replied, "but it came while I was at
school." Ladles' Home Journal.
WHO WAS IT?
The youn teacher had been study
ing the wind all week its power, ef
fects, etc. until the subject had
been pretty well exhausted. To stim
ulate interest the teacher said, in her
most enthusiastic manner, "Chil
dren, as I came to school today in
the trolley car the. door opened and
something came softly in and kissed
me on the cheek. What do you think
And the children joyfully an
swered; "The conductor." Ladies
"Juliet," I'm so strong for you my
heart .has throbbed all the buttons
(Note Shakespeare didn't have
this line; in his famous play.)
"My moTher-in-law must catch
that train, driver, so hurry up."
"You can count, on me, sir. I shall
drive as if she' were, my own."
"Distance lends enchantment to
the view," the poets chirp. They're
right. It's easier to admire 'a girl
-when she's, "well off."
- o o
DID YOU KNOW
,You can't catch a catfish any fast
er with' a pole made of dogwood?.
RE, PA- WHAT USlALt-V V
0 o '
WILLING TO BEAR IT
"Well, dearest, I have just asked
your father for your hand."
"What did he say?"
"He asked me if I felt capable of
assuming a heavy burden."
"And what did you tell him?"
"I told him I would take care
all he would give us."