The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on August 2, 1959 · Page 70
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 70

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, August 2, 1959
Page 70
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Dollara nnd Snnte When it comes to handling money, My wife is pretty shijty. For instance, take my -pay check— We split it J50/50C. —Francis O. Walsh Tecn-agvrii will drive anything with wheels except the |M)wer mower. -Kennelh J. Shively Some of those movies on TV are so old the historical characters are played by themselves. —Pep Mealiffe A Dim View on Briplil Awakeningit >lunt i4nnobeIIc came jar a visit, The first she has made to our city. And started adorning our breakfast each morning With strains of a glad little ditty: "Another lovely hunk of life!" Her daily greeting went; "How sweet you look!" —thot to my wife! And "Who's this handsome gent? ... 1 slept just like a little mouse ... The co0ee 's perfect. Dear!" Oh, how the sunshine filled the house As long as she was here. Aunt Annabclle cnme for a visit— The last one, I mean to advise her. For nothing I know of is worse than the glow of The cheerful riser! —Hal Chadwick A«lverli»infK Endorsemenln 1 Am Availuble For "I consider it not only a privilege but an honor to run a Water King. I find it handles better than any 60-foot power cruiser that has ever been presented to me." "It has been a month since a Family Fun Swimming Pool has been installed on our property for me and my family to try out. I am happy to report it is satisfactory in every respect—and my neighbors say so, too." "Bonny Heath is the ideal country club— perfect golf course, excellent cuisine, splendid companionship. It is impossible to describe how much I enjoy my complimentary membership." "It's true other stocks are quoted higher on the exchange than Consolidated Cheese and Crackers, but I state unequivocdily that the 1,000 shares given me are mighty comforting to have. Annual dividends of $42 per share seem fair and reasonable to me." —Parke Cummings A five-year-old's parents had been trying to ieach him that Sunday was a day of worship, not just play. One Sunday they dressed him for church, but before they could get under way he was splashing in the tub with his toy boats. "Didn't I tell you what Sunday means!" the mother asked angrily. "Mom, this is no pleasure trip," the youngster replied. "These are missionary boats going to Africa!" —A. W. Stinson o /J "Here we ere ... Oh. deer! My. my. my T»k. hk . . Oh, my! . . . Ahh, he!. . . Hmmm CURAD won't pull the scab off New "mercy bandage" NOT THIS NOW THIS ramily Wtrlclv. AugMt 2, IM» Ik' IMikt iNit IMHHS. M« CUMD mtk mi-ttieUiii Tilta* pH VMl hut »IM yN takt it tff, .. vM't rtipN htaliii viMis No more crying when the bandage haa to come off. New Curad "mercy bandage" has a pad of Telfa (like the Telfa Dressinga used in hospitals). Gauze is covered with a plastic surface which never sticks to the wound, won't pull the scab off. Flesh color or transparent for adults, Battle Ribbon colors and designs for the kkls. Medicated. Waterproof. Bauer & Black DIVISION or THE NCNOALl COMPANV Curarf kanrfagM lor cvlt. •cralchai; Ulta itarlla paA for lariaf wawalt. 5£4 & SKI positively prevents sunburn fOlt YOUK -OM€V BtCM) AMERICAS LARGEST-SELLING SUNTAN LOTION VCAR AROUND PRODUCT

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