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I A B& RPAP X ALU RIGHT - AlOTHVM' V HO-HO -HO ! ,J DRESSfV V -' ,- -.' ' -5V ' N j '' gTOfOH MISTER OPSAR.iV; ' .ftyf I flH & ' " ? ? &V " VW. VER YteAD;HE. " V .J vttSOOD OMVKMOVM.: Y0li ,'!.'.' i4. . Vj PERSON -AMD; AMD -HANW . - A& & y. -' ." .y.M MWnFRWEAR. BUTTON THEM - w4t;.-.: ' . t f'56 &v Vslifiil '" ?&, ,'?: "' 1 '" mi i i i ' ' i ii . 1 One day when the chfldren were playing on the hill Dickie rolled his hoop down. "See if you can beat it to the bottom," said Dickie to Mr. Twee Deedle. 2 Mr. Twee Deedle ran down the hill after the hoop licketty split. Just as they were about halfway down a funny little gnome ran out in front of the Jioop. Mr. Twee Deedle tripped over the gnome and went sailing through the air. 3 "I don't allow any one to play on my hill," the little gnome said. "You don't own this hill,'-' replied Dickie. "It belongs tojniy Grandma." 2J-.,; . " - KEW )RK kHCBALD CO.) 4 Dickie and Mr Twee Deedle took the "hoop to the top of the hill and rolled it down once .more, but again the mean little gnome ran in front of it. - "I'll stop it every time," he said. 5 Mr. Twee Deedle said some magic words and the hoop changed to a monster roller just as it touched the mean little gnome. "Let's see you stoD it this time," laughed Mr. Twee Deedle. t&$-3U" -i; .- .-3fe&2&r'' v.U? . , X -zr V -1 iM: 'ISfS --cj . vsocv. r r(Ov j" ' : -. . .T? i. . y " tv. I n n 9t itfin x4vAnl wT i "-."i u jluc Snumc d .uiiuuu xiguie airer me rouer naa gone over him "I'll get even some day," he said furiously "I don't believe he'll ever stop another hoc stop another hoop," said filr. Twee Deedle.