Melba Lc.ughlin when she was a little girl - "Mother,"may I have a nickle for the old man who is outside crying?" Mrs. Laughlin- "Yes, dear, but what is the old man crying about?" Melba-"He‘s crying 'salty peanuts', five cents a bag." Howard Wease to his girl- "Talking about Africa makes me think of the .time " Howard’s girl- "Good gracious, you're quite right, I had no idea it was so late. Good bye ," Lee Char.ipicn- "Royle, Suppose I should be taken away suddenly, what would become of you, my boy?" Royle- "I'd stay here. The question is, what would become of you?" V?hat about a couple of puns? "His death, which happened in his berth, at forty- odd befell; they went and told the sexton, cind the sexton tolled the bell." "Vllhy ivas Robinson Crusoe's man Friday like a rooster? Because he scratched for himself and Crusoe'" "The doctor's work fills six feet of ground, but the dentist's work fills an acher." ■5;- SHELBY ROTARY CUJB HONORS JOHN F. SCHENCK SR. John F. Schenck Sr. was made an honorary member of the Rotary Club in Shelby this past month. This signal honor was bestowed upon Mr, Schenck on the 70th anniver sary of the founding of Clcvel?jid Mill & Poivor Company, This company was founded in 1873, by the late Major H. F. Schenck and through the successivo years, since the Major's death, clOath, has been headed by "Mr. John", emd his sons, John Schenck Jr. and the late Hal Schenck, We are all proud to be a part of this great organization — one that has weather ed the ups and downs of so many years - one that has been in existence, since immedi ately after the Civil War. Seventy years is a long time, much longer than you boys can'remember, but we know that whereever you are, scattered all over the world, that you, too, are proud of this ageless institution and v/ill be happy when the time comes to return to our village with its busy hum of braiders rjid spindles. All four of Mr, Schenck's sons have held Rotary membership - John, having been the first president of the club, and Jean, having just completed last year as its head. Dr. Sam is also an outstanding member and the late Hal Schenck was also an active member - so the Rotarians decided on the occasion of the Companys anniversary to honor Mr. Schenck as its second honorary member, the Rev. J, V/. Suttle, being the first and only other honorary member of the club. The Hoover Rail Staff, joined' by all Lawndale and our boys in service, offer Mr, Schenck our congratulations upon this personal tribute and also upon the 70th '.nniver- sary of Cleveland Mill & Pov/er Company, ■5^ -5;- ■ •?:- -3:- -3;- Waitress; "Hawaii, gentleman, you must be Hungary." Cucitomer: "Yes, Siam, and we can't Rumania long'either. Venice lunch ready?" Waitress; "I'll Russia table. Vifhat;vdll you Havre?" Customer: "Anything at all, but can-Jamaca little speed?" Watress; "I don't think we can Fiji that fast, but Alaska." Customer: "Kever mind asking anyone, and just put a Cuba sugar in our Java." Waitress: "Sweden it yourself. I'm only here to Servia." Customer; "Denmark our bill and call the Bosphorus. He'll probably Kenya, I don't Bolivia you know who I on." Waitress: "No, and I don't Caribean."

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