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n. y. gorgie' medders pulled an.'
other boneliead play the other day m skool up in the bronnix, but he can blaim his dad for this , the teecher'says to his class to get up & tell which man they wood ruther see, & about haff of the kids yells president Wilson 8 wanted to lamp a live king, & 2 littel gurls said the wood like to see santiclaus, while the rest of them tells as they wood like to get there lamps set on cristy matheson, jess willard, villa, gorge- Washington or mr. lincoln 1 gurl said she wanted to see her mamma worst of all & 1 littel boy said he wante'd to see a indian But gorgie medders dident say now gorgie, his teecher asts him, what man in all the world wood you ruther see please mam, gorgie replyd, i wood ruther see my dad's boss well well, the teecher says, being surprised, for she knows that mr. medders works in a cheese factory, why are you so anckshus to see your father's boss becaus my dad says he has 200 hands & i wood like to see how they are fastened onto him, that's why o o READING We are a nation of readers. Father .reads stock tickers, betting odds, sign posts, speedometers, ba rometers, billboard, car cards and 'box scores. Mother reads price tags, movie captions, household hints and the riot act to father. Rich college students read wine lists and theater programs. Poor ones j reftdygypthininscriptionsr art! gas meters. Then there are those who read palms and horoscopes, timetables, menu cards, each other out of the party, weather reports, murder trials, divorce suits and cartoons. No question about it, we are a na tion of readers. We read everything but books. Or o CHESTNUT CHARLIE GOSM, I HMS. TO TAOOJE " THJCr ILE OF MAIL. eU..HE 60ES ' UOOHS 600b To ME' 1 A bed roar wueu ITS A. UTILE BU6CY.7' liens k sent neee