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In the following pages will be found the announcements of many reliable
merchants who have contributed materially to the success of this volume.
We bespeak your patronage in return.
FIRESTONE One-Sfop SERVICE
Firestone Spark Plugs
Cities Service Gas and Oils
HAWKINS TIRE 85 BATTERY
jackson and Market Streets Phone 2-1417
RED CROSS PHARMACY
"Mary Jean, come here and help me make
this oatmeal. I wish people would write their
recipes so they could be understoodf,
Mary Ivan Thompson: "What,s wrong?"
I-Irlcfn Marie Earh: "Here it says, 'Add one
portion of oatmeal to two portions of water.,
Now, how much is a portion?"
The farmer from the next farm was boast-
ing about the effectiveness of his new scare-
"Since I put it upf' he said, "no bird has
ventured withi nhalf a mile of the held. You
can't beat that."
Mr. Campbell, however, was not to be out-
"I can beat it!" he said. "Last week I put
up a scarccrow in my corn field which fright-
ened theb irds so much that one of them
brought back two ears it had taken."
LAMAR Sc SMITH
F IIIIUITII Dfl'f'C'f0l'S mm'
800 Wiisi' JI-.Fl-'ERSON AVENUE
R. Styles for the Young man
HEADQUARTERS 1,9 Pl
RIDING oUTDooR Jcffefsof' MAN SHbP 6-1094
EQUIPMENT CLOTHING I
I I 5 l I
208 NORTH AKARD STREET
FROM THE "LOST AND FOUND"
COLUMN OF THE ACORN
LosT-A new fountain pen by a young
man full of ink. fSignedj jack Spillers.
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K, X Miss Clyeftc: "Use the word 'boycott' in Mrs. Clleniefiis: "Taylor, can you give me
- a sentence. an examp e o armony?"
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Charles Reililiiig: "It rained that night and
the boycott an awful coldf'
But now that times have changed somewhat,
Along a different plan,
A dear, with powder on her nose,
Goes out to catch a man.
Miss Harris: "In what battle did General
Wolfe, when hearing of victory, cry, 'I die
Billy Bt'ai'h1ini: UI think it was in his last
Leighfon Aftelaerry: "Do you think Mr.
Cunyus put enough fire into his lecture?,'
Clofla Tatum: 'IRather, the trouble was he
didnlt put enough of his lecture in the firef'
john Sprague: "My, how fast your heart
beats. It sounds like a drum."
1"rant'r's Hahn: "Yes, that's a call to arms."
Pop Noah: "NVhere do you bathe?'
F. W. Acldison: "In the springf'
Pop: "I didn't ask you when: I asked
Ezluxin Roherfs: "What is mistletoe-a
vine or tree?"
Ezl Shaw: "Neitherg it's an excuse."
Sehorn Kilezfr: "Do you like Shakesperean
Balh Gajforil: "I donlt know: I never ate
SENSE AND NONSENSE
Dean fH01lSf0HJ2 "You've got to have a
pull to get ahead."
Broiher Smith: "You,ve got to have a head
to get a pull?
Iiianifa Gibson: "Why is it that good look-
ing men are always broke?'
Chauncey Brown: "What makes you think
Wajilaiid Philley: "I thought surely I heard
the voice of the people calling mef'
Friend: "You must have heard yourself
thinking out loudf,
Farmer Greer: "I guess I can make more
money sticking to my penf,
Mary F. Tirlwell: "Oh, a writer, eh?,'
Farmer Greer: "No, I raise pigs."
Taylor Ogclcfn: "I-Iow about a freckled-
faced girl wearing a polka dot dress leading
Willia-iii Keith: "I'm a self-made man, I
Deane Bell: "Yeah, but you quit too soon."
Miss Bell: "What is heredity?
james Slzircliifant: "Something a father be-
lieves in until his sons begins acting like a
Margie' Griilahs: "Ralph, there's a motor-
cycle chasing us. Is it a trailic officer?"
Ralph Walters: UNO, worse. Itls the guy
who collects the installments on this carf'
Helen Wfooclvoelz: "What tense is 'I am
Frances Batson: "Past!"
Lorraine Sinifh: "How do you know that
Mrs. Ham is old?"
Fannie Norman: "I heard her say that she
had taught Chaucerf,
THAT KIND OF CAR
Grant Lalzr: "Do you do repairing here?"
Garage Owner: "Yeah, but we don't do
FOLLOWING HIS BENT
"What profession is your boy going to se-
lect, Mr. Hamm?"
"I'm going to educate him to be a lawyerf'
replied the father. "I-Ie,s naturally argumen-
tative an' bent on gettin' mixed up with other
people's troubles, an, he might jest as well
get paid for his timef,
Mr. Czinjfns: "I heard a new story the other
day. I wonder if I've told it to you?',
Miss Tilley: "Is it funny?',
Mr. Ciinyns: I'Yes."
Miss Tilley: "Then you haven't.',
Mr. Arlamison: "Is your friend, Charles
Worley, in the habit of talking to himself
when he is alone?"
Glenn Tinnin: "To tell the truth, Mr.
Adamson, I never was with him when he
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