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MAIN 993 2700 BROWN
PRICE and QUALITY
Wxth h1gh standards of qualxty
as our pohcy and low pr1ces our
goal A 8: P bnngs to you
Mrs Budgeteer real values 1n
th1s season Shop at A 8: P
Rellley Bros , Inc
SALES and SERVICE
912 E Broadway Phone 972
Laclede Steel Co
HOT ROLLED STRIP STEEL
CONCRETE REINFORCING BARS
ANGLES and SMALL SHAPES
WIRE WIRE MESH
BLACK and GALVANIZED
STANDARD RIGID CONDUIT
Control of qualxty begxns wxth the
manufacture of the steel mn our
own open hearth furnaces and
continues through all subsequent
groceries and meats. Be thrifty
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D11 ie won t tell Tell w is Willum s list mme A mme ls what you call your wor t enemy
Enemy is the other side The other ide 1 the oppo ing term Te im IS water xapor and cut out the baby
trlk or you ll be pu hing up dusics
Mmm Bott And ino her thing we hue a bull on thi firm that gets mad .1 heck when he sees
Ruby Roberts Gee' I thought it was red that made bulls angry
Mirxin H1 ha' This bulls isissy
Roy Fenwick Will you hue dinner with me tonight
Mirthr Oxerith Certainly
Fenwick Then tell your mother Ill be oxer eirlv
Hirold Pitterson fit Melling sj 'Swell hamburgers arent they7
Vlfgll Lrux Yeih good buns too mce md fresh
Pitterson Ye uh but when the roll is culled up yonder what ll we slip the hlmburgers between7
Betty Lessner When we were in Egypt we visited the pyramids Some of the stones were literally
cox ered with hieroglyphics
Yxonne umtil I do hope none of them got on you They tell me some of those foreign insects
are simply terrible
Mr Freemm Cto Science Clubj Hold on boys oil md water don t mix
Ned Harrison Ho ho' Whod wint to drink such a mess anyw1v7
is he threw the bulging briefcase into the corner on the floor He gl inced behind out of the re ir window
md then huddled in one corner riveting his weisel eyes on the di il 30 40 50 He gl inced outside
it the rushing blur thit wis the ro rdside once more looked forwird and spoke to the driver who nodded
and put more pressure on the icceleritor 80 90 the driver brrely slowed for a curve he could see
the 100 mirk begin to show He tore his eyes away A whole dollar for a taxi ride'
Mrs Criiv ClXll'1l CALVIN'
f' rlxm Whit M17
Mrs Cr ug Are you spitting in the Hsh bowl?
Cum No M1 but Im comm pretty close
john Paul You want to keep your eves open around here today
Mary Dehner What for?
john Because people will think you re stupid if you go around wlth them shut
Dick Yeakey Here comes Jane She s a terrible flatterer
lim Voege Oh did she say you were handsome?
Yeakey No she said you were
Ray Block Yes sir my Uncle Len goes to great lengths to please his restaurant patrons
Marth idell In what way?
Block With sp ighetti
Mr Ash This steak tastes funny
Ikey I burned it Dad so I put some xaseline on it
Give in ithlete rn inch md he will take 1 foot but let him tike it Who wants athlete s foot?
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Ruth Exery t1me I look It you I w1sh I could break myself ofa bad hablt Ixe had for years
lohn Hmg If 1ll what hab1t7
Ruth I nexer forget 1 f1ce
Marr1age 15 an 1nst1tut1on Marr1age 15 also a gamble Gamblmg IS agamst the law Therefore
marr1age as an 1nst1tut1on 1s unconst1tut1on1l and should be abohshed
VIC Schwart Say ya seen my dog Rower?
Coach j1ckson Naw what s h1s name?
Schw III Spot
P 1ul ten Homple fdurmg Soclology d1scuss1on on pr1m1t1ve manl But my father says we were apes
Mr Myers We can t t1lk about your fam1ly h1story ID class
Betty An excluswe xeget1ble d1et says 1 prom1nent d1et1c1an Wlll g1xe you 1 tflm figure
Ruth S1y d1d you exer t1ke 1 good look It 1 h1ppopot1mus7
Mr Thompson f1n Chem1stry classl Dayton dehne a salt?
D1yton Schnudt Salt IS what m1kes potatoes not so good 1f you don t put any on them
MISS Rutledge PICYCC c1n you th1nk of two words that contun over a thousand letters
P1erce S1nford Yes H11 ITD Post Ofhce'
ck I got s1ck last mght e'1t1ng eggs
Bob Hmm too bad
lCk No Stllpld only one
Where there s 1 w1ll there s 1 Wly A w1y IS 1 mems To be mean ls to be nastv Relatwes are
M1ry fDf6iII1llYD D1d you ever see the man 1n the moon?
P1ul C1bsent mlndedlyl No but Ixe seen a lady 1n the sun
George I h1ve 1 n1che IU the I'I1ll of F1me
Fr1nk Wh1t d1d you do?
George I scr1tched It of course'
A sens1ble g1rl IS not as SCIISIIUIC IS she looks because 1 sens1ble g1rl has more sense than to look sens1ble
Mrs St 1ll1ngs M1ry when you w11t on my guests tomght please don t wear any jewelry
M1ry I h1vent anythmg V1lu1ble ma am but th1nks for the W1rn1ng
C1pt11n Porter s def1n1t1on of 1 true mus1c1an When he he1rs a lady Slflglng IU the bath he puts
hls e1r to the keyhole
Don t quest1on your w1fe s 1udgment look Who she marr1ed
I h1d bad luck w1th both my WIVCS the first dnorced me the second wouldn t
B111 Ram Wh1t s so rare as an A IH une
Wh1t passes for woman s 1ntu1t1on 1s often nothmg more than man s transparency
MISS Colon1us How would you punctuate th1s sentence The ten dollar h1ll blew out the wmdow
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