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THURSDAYJ APRIL 3,1
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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"Professor, there's one thing
about astronomy that puzzles me."
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"How the astronomers learned
the names of the stars."; Grit.
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Officer (to man nacinsr sidewalk
at 3 o'clock in the morning) : "What
are you doing here?"
Gentleman: "I forgot my key,
officer, and I'm waiting for my
children to come home and let me
in." San Francisco Chronicle.
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"Business Lecture: "What does
Hitler want?' Tea. Roll Call: Reci
pes for Eggless Dishes. Social
Half-hour (Women's Institute
Well, he won't get 'em. Punch
"I hear that our fire chief has
discharged the new efficiency ex
"He put unbreakable glass in
the fire alarm boxes!"
"Cheer up, old chap. No news is
"Not when you re running a
Hawker: "Any laces, studs,
buckles, ribbons, pins?'1
Housewife: "Go away, or I'll call
Hawker: "Here you are. Police
'whistles sixpence each." Montreal
"What's happened, George?"
"You should have looked out for
it. The guide-book says that there
is a fork in the road just about
"Mummie, do you remember that
vase that has been handed down
from generation to generation?"
"Yes, dear, why?"
"Well, this( generation has
dropped it." A. E. C, Southall
The young man walked into the
toy shop. He looked badly in need
"Something to amuse a baby,
please," he said. He pointed to a
large colored rattle. "What's the
price of that thing?"
"Three shillings," replied the
assistant. "It's an extra big one."
The drowsy young man fumbled
in his pocket for the money.
"I'll take it," he groaned. "Any
thing to keep him quiet!" Tit
Schoolmaster: "If Shakespeare
were alive today, would he still be
Tegariled as a remarkable man ? "
Pupil: "I'd think so, for he'd be J
j6 years old." hablegrams.
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THAT CENT YA OWE ME? (
It looks like this section has
every reason to be optimistic over
the future. A new manufacturing
plant under construction, over a
million .dollars in new roads right
at our door being built, farmers
improving their lands, stocks and
. herds, and hew accommodations
being provided for our tourists
What more could one community
ask ior tnan all this ?
And if you will look back over
the years, you will recall that all
these things have been talked about,
planned and been kept constantly
before the public. Civic leaders
have worked into the wee hours of
night to bring these things about.
This community marches for
This store also marches forward,
in that we have kept pace with the
times and your needs by providing
quality merchandise at low prices.
Ffcone 334 At The Depot
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