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The Mcu'itain Trail
VmT ARE YO J TEINKFTJL
I’.Tien Thanks.3i"''’ing oonen v;ith turkey
When plates are piled sky hi^h.
Are you tha:ikful for the silver you
can keep from loss.
Or for the ways you can help a
stranger passing by?
For money and gold, or for the Father,
V^hich is the one you would choose?
Is He the one, or is He a bother?
On which deal do you think you
Would you lose on the Lord who gives
you the food,
Tfho gives you the sun and the rain.
Who will listen to you in your
He, who gives you everything?
Can money help you in every way?
Can it give you all you ask?
Can you go to it for guidance every
Will it strengthen you in every task?
Then for v;hich are you thankful most?
TTien you bo\f/ your head to pray.
You’re thankful for him and so is
lE>o don’t forget on Thanlcsgiving Day,
And remember the one who does the
For you.’ For everyone J
GOING TO THE FIRE
Eugene Paul was going to the fire
the other day. In crossing the creek,
he jumped and landed in. His shoes
were full of water, but he was going
where water v;as needed so what did
that matter? The fire was sooxi put
out and he returned by a much safer
A LITTLE FORGETFTJL
Hr Hentz! Give me some of that prepared
monoaceticacidester of salicylic acid.
L. C. Nix: Do you mean aspirin. Sir?
i-Ir. Hentz: Yes that is it. I never can
remember that name.
Elmer: I think I have a real sense of
humor, for whenever I see anything funny
I have to laugh.
Mickey: You must have a tough time
A man had a full sized piece of cheese
but didn’t have a way of v;eighing it. He
also had a pair of balancing scales, a
three-fourth size piece of cheese and a
three-fourth pound v/eight. If he puts
the three-fourth size piece of cheese
and the three-fourth pound weight on
one side of the scales and the full size
piece of cheese on the other side and
the scales balance, hovi much does the
full size piece of cheese weigh?
(Ansv/er next month)
A man gazed incredulously at a huge
mo^mted fish. Finally he said, "The man
who caught that fish is a Liar.”
John D. Rockefeller borrowed a dime
from his secretary one day to pay his
bus fare homo. Be sure to remind me of
this transaction,” he said.
"Oh, that is nothing, Mr. Rockefeller,”
replied the secretary.
"Nothing, " exclaimoud Rockefeller, "why,
that is tvro whole years ’ interest on a
Dr. Moreland: "'’Hiat kind of filling do
you want in your tooth?
Ernest: Chocolate, please, then I
v^on’t need so much candy.