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THE SUNNY SIDE OF LIFE II
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HeA D - TILL ME— LJff "THIUK SOMEBODY TOOK <&> ***s ADAMSON’S ADVENTURES Ancestors _ By O. JACOBSSON ___ k to IISI. jr Con*olMatd Neva rw*t| f~| | The Curse of Progress ] ( • MIDLAND JOURNAL, RISING SUN, MD. IWhat a Difference T The small girl’s grandmother had just returned from the hairdress- L er’s and was proudly exhibiting her new shingle. “Oh, granny!’’ gasped the child, “you don’t look like an old lady any more.” ‘Don’t I, darling?" smiled gran ny, preening herself in the mir ror. “No,” went on the child, “you look more like an old man!”— Birmingham Post. Surprise An English comedian, who prided himself upon his ability to speak the Scottish dialect like a native, was invited to dinner party by an Edinburgh man. During the eve ning the comedian told some stories in his best Scots accent and then, thinking to spring a surprise on the party, he said to his host: “What part of Scotland would you say I come from?” The host looked dubious. “Pen zance?” he asked. J [ CRAYONS By GLUYAS WILLIAMS / —(Coffnfht uTkMlnlaltUO CVtG WLrtW NOfuiHC. *DO ASKS VERV BOSN, AND SUfc- WESEHTeV AND ASKS E>V RETURNS * HIS MOTHER 1i) REAP 1b SESTS HE COLOR PICTURES MCfHER It) COME LOOK CRAVONINft him in old magazines Wn aT his piciUßEs >—v HISCRO/ONS SEAR* _J \ Jk §8 Jl 1 SHOOft POES SHE KNOW REELS HE MUSE HAVE IN RESPONSE 1b MORE ALSO DISCOVERS HE HAS where ms rep cr*iM ihe red, and empties calls for help, mother stepped on The bide and is ° mother calls tb cravons ooTcf bcv. comes ano pinds he ihE green, crihdinis USE SOME OTHER COLOR- icCkiNf, IOC if WAS SiTTiife ON rf THEM INTO W - DECIDES ' 1 i ■ Easy to Crochet Set of Lace Filet New china, glassware, even the furniture newly polished but what about a set of doilies to set off all this loveliness? You’ll want to gather up crochet hook and some string and begin at once on this lovely filet design— pattern 5627—a graceful bas ket design with flower garlarids set off by a cool, open mesh stitch. 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