The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on June 27, 1965 · Page 51
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 51

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, June 27, 1965
Page 51
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Dirty Trick Jaalor b homtm from Kamp Katydid, Aad oat on the porch he is Mowing lUi Miltcafle •tailed to the very lid And a dnffel bag overflowing. I opened then np and took a peek. And now I am loM in this quandary t How can a kid be gone for a week And bring home a month^s worth of ianndry? —Belly BiUipp Quips and Quotes As a little boy in a baseball uniform v/t» walking disconsolately down the street, a sympathetic neighbor called out: "What's the matter? Didn't the game go well?" "It was a swell game," the boy replied, "but we had to call it in the third inning because the parents were rioting." — Herm Albright Although she was hoarse, the woman protested vehemently against the doctor's hill. "You charged me $5," she said, "and aU you did was paint my throat." "What did you want?" the doctor replied wearily. "Wallpaper?" —James Shurluek A Russian wolfhound visited Paris and met a French poodle. "I have a great life in Russia," the wolfhound said, "heated doghouse, plenty of beef to eat, and all the rabbits I can chase." "Well, then," the poodle asked, "why did you come to Paris?" "Sometimes I like to bark," the wolfhound said. —Glorietta Bemschmidt Young Loi^Ms'amd^lraduatos O what is the rarert day in Jnne? A day in which no gift of spoon For bride or pen for scholar Shrinks even more onr shmnken dollar. So hear, m* hminies, be canny and say Yoor nuptial vows sometimes in May, Or ask our presence at your sober Commencanent speeches in OtUaher. And with hey nonnies we^ll come to see And much more sisable gifties gie ya! —Seima Raskin Then there was the proud 16-year-old who came home and summoned his five younger brothers for a big announcement: "I passed my driver's test—so all you guys can now move up one bike." — J. F. Shannon THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE Young, lively, happy, they find life vibrant and exciting. They travel as a crowd because they enjoy so many of the same things. Many of them are Tampax users because Tampax is ideal for their kind of life. Tampax* internal sanitary protection never hampers, never harasses, never chafes nor permits odor to form. Tampax is out of sight, out of mind. It all but takes the differences out of days of the month. Tampax makes you feel cool, clean, fresh, poised, assured. Worn internally, it's the modem way. Try it this very month! TAAADAV 'ncorporaied I rniVlrrn/V Palmer. Mass.

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