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THE YONCOPIN " Red, " said " Dutch, " " could you give me forty cents to get where my family is? " " Certainly, you dear boy, here ' s forty cents. Where is your family? " " At de movies. " A college girl was walking from the lobby of the Goldman Hotel in Fort Smith, Arkansas, on her way to Fayetteville. She was passing the house detective at the entrance when an ash tray dropped from her bulging coat. The guest glanced calmly at the officer, then turned with an expression of polite annoyance toward her fellow schoolmates. " Ruffians, " she said, " who threw that? " and walked out. Emily Dean: Where is Atoms? Hardy O ' Neil: Atoms You mean Athens don ' t you? Emily Dean: No; Atoms, the place where everything is blown to. " Jelly " : All I want is a drink and a few kind words. Scales: Well, here ' s your drink, and the kind words are, " Don ' t drink it. " Harriet West: Oh! Larry, you haven ' t any brains. Larry Vance: No brains? Why Harriet I ' ve got brains that never have been used. Mother: So you ' re smoking a pipe now? Mauree: Yes, Louise says she loves to see a man smoke a pipe. Mother: But she said a " man. " Mary Frances: I don ' t know whether I care to have you kiss me or not. Kepke: That ' s all right — I like it. " Nut " : I just got back from the beauty par- lor. I was there three hours. Emmett: Too bad that you stayed so long and didn ' t get waited on. J. C. Allen: I know a girl who plays the piano by ear. " Red " Blackshear: S ' nothing, I know an old man who fiddles with his whiskers. Lloyd Clanton Don ' t you remember me, Coach? I ' m the letter man who won the ball game. She was a new pledge, and was asking ques- tions. " I guess the motto of this house is ' Eat, drink and be merry. ' " " No, " said her new sister. " It is eat, wink, but be wary. " A WET PARTY. Four girls at a sad movie with only one hand- kerchief. CO., Inc. Wholesale Grocers Have served the public of this community with the most reliable food products since 1880. Let us continue to serve you. ARDIS CO., Inc. Shreveport, La. 257
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II 1 !■!■■ THE YONCOPINS SIGNAL 4-7-5-3 That ' s our number, and the service is fast, efficient and continuous — even all night long its just the same. " Best in the Long Run ' Silverton ' s REDDING TIRE SERVICE 259 m
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