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ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS OF SAN FRANCISCO AND CALIFORNIA
Thanksgiving greetings to all:
Next Thursday is the day we eat or
at least we hope we do. We have every
intention so far of eating everything
in sight, and the fowls of the air had
better keep under cover.
Puppy has the sulks. He says gar
dening is a sad disappointment. Last
Monday he went forth into the back
yard and planted a dozen pumpkin
seeds. Then he sat down and waited
for them to grow a pumpkin in time
for Thanksgiving. Now it's Saturday,
Thanksgiving is only five days off and
there's not a sign of a leaf yet.
Ju-ju is also in a disgruntled state
of mind. Somebody took him for a
turkey the other day and chased him
10 blocks. Since then he's been the
wildest, giddiest thing in town.
This is to wish you *the merriest,
happiest Thanksgiving you've ever
had. Have a good time on your hol
iday; that's what holidays are for.
THE San Francisco CALL
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1911.