The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 19, 1959 · Page 51
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 51

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, July 19, 1959
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The elderly lady paused to admonish the little boy who was rolling an ash can down the street. "Why, that's no way to play," she told the youngster. The boy looked downward, shamefaced. "Well, my sister likes it." "I don't even see your sister," the lady replied. "No," explained the boy, "she's inside the can." Clolhea and the Man WHen tceek-end callers Icore the house, I chance to notice that vxy spouse Is o«t-at-elboio—olmost through At more strategic places, too. I keep my comments within reason. Just saying tartly S\immer's a season When one may dress in decent taste And still not be a panty-waist. Next morning my remarks have sunk in. He sallies jorth to jetch some junk in, To prune or mow or delve with dowsers— Chic in his so-called Sunday trousers! —Anne Lincoln The new librarian was a breathtaking blonde who attracted a lot of neighborhood men to reading for the first time since school. One day a hard-faced lady marched in and demanded an obscure 19th-century novel. No, the librarian purred, the library didn't have that item on its shelves. "Ha," exclaimed the lady triumphantly, "I knew my husband was wrong telling people you had everything!" The Shear Truth The scissored ends oj human hair, So thick around the barber's chair, Annoy me. This is why they do: In cutting mine, he'll add so jew. —Hal Chadwick Are You Sure — Reee^Uy Sure? Prospective grooms are advised to take the following true or false test. No psychologist is needed: any married man can grade your paper and determine if you arc Pit for marriage. 1. There is such a thing as a "small, inexpensive hat." True False 2. There is no point in spending money for a professional teacher when you can teach your wife to drive yourself. True. False., 3. Your young lady loves to clip recipes from the newspaper; therefore, you are assured a varied fare at the table. True False 4. Women have an intuition when it comes to knowing which of two roads to take on a motoring trip. True False 5. A family disagreement can be settled by a calm, logical approach. True False 6. It makes sense to buy a six-drawer chifTonier because it will give each of you three drawers. True., False., —Dick Emmons A pcrtMin never reuliieii how deeply inilebtetl he iit to the medical pro. fession until he receive* the doctor's bill. — O. A. Baltulm "Jutt look at your clothes!' SEA& positively prevents sunburn foit rouif Momy HACK) AMERICA'S LARGESTSELUN6 SUNTAN LOTION fun the Mfin hnilyl NAME THE STARS OF TOMORROW ANIf WIN $60,000 IN PRIZES! S§§ ifMt W9 §k'i famify W—kfy Tooth paste is for your teeth—LiRtcrinc is for yovr breath. Germs in the moulh cause most bad breath, and you need an ai^lisepiic to kill germs. Always reach for Listcrine after yo« fannh yow tcetii. No tooth paste is antiseptic, so no tooth paste kills germs the way Listerinc Anliscptk does ... on contact, by millions. Listcrhw stops had breath foar tfaacs better thaa toothpaste- nothing Slops bad breath as efreclively as the Listerinc way. ramUy WMkly, July ». IIM I) ...yMirN«.1 ptr^t—How

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