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Racine Examiner, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1934, Racine, WisconsinPage poor the examiner How big is my world by a. Barrett an argument for a decree of divorce was that the husband instead of procuring lenses As prescribed by i an accredited oct i list purchased for his wife spectacles i at the 5-and-10 i cent store. He jaw 1 his world his Home and his life s companion through cheap lenses. His world was not Only cheap but very selfish and Small. It we look at the heavens through Telescope we Are lost in the immensity of space. When we see the hidden part of the universe Revea Leil through the Microscope we Are aware of greater mysteries than n e Ever dreamed could be segregated in so a space. A new York capitalist was recently asked his opinion of a certain Iran. He replied i understand his popularity lie in t so has world was doubtless As big As a Dollar and no larger. A College who has spent All his life in an academic environment was asked Bis opinion of a certain Stu Dent. He replied he did not make Trie a the pros is Sor s word was Art big As a Gride students Many of whom have failed in life s venture because they were not to make practical use of their knowledge. A. Group of Young men applied for a position in a Large manufacturing Plant to one of whom was put the question what nimble As friends. Of All the timid people i know of none is More timid than heels the jumping mouse. B it a funny thing about very timid peo ple is that they get Over fear i air and More quickly than some Are supposed to be very much braver. It was so with nimble h Els. Now would t you suppose Chat after being almost killed by a great giant who he never had seen be fore. Nimble heels would have frightened almost to death and remained so at first he was Fri it ened. Of course. He would 1 ave been a funny fellow it he Hajn t been. But it did t take nimble heels Long to find out that those hands of Farmer Brown s boy were very tie hands. Somehow after a 1 title in liked to be stroked by them. Then he was wrapped in something soft. It was the handkerchief of Farmer Brown s boy. In this he made the longest journey he had Over dreamed of. Clear across the Green Meadows up the Long l me across the farm Yard to far Ner Brown s House. There far Ner Brown s boy placed him in the snug Gist of snug Little cages with soft Moss for a bed and left Lim to himself. Nimble heels still a 1 title weak so a buried himself in the soft Moss and went to sleep. It was night and quite dark when finally he awoke. At first he could t imagine where he was. Then he remembered and All of a sudden he was All shivery with fear. It was still very very still so at last he found courage to creep out and examine the place we Ere he was. It did t take him to discover that he was a prisoner and a perfect panic of fear so ept Over him. The next Day when far. Ner Brown s boy came to look at Lim and see How he was getting along nimble heels would t poke so much As the tip of his nose out from under the Moss. Very cure fully Farmer Brown s boy mov cred him. When he saw that Nim ble heels was All right he covered him Over As he was before and left him. After a while nimble h Els poked his head out to see what become of Farmer Brown s boy. No Ono was to be seen but there was the most tempting pile Oil seeds and Grain. Nimble heels suddenly Felt hungry. After that to understood that Farmer Brown s boy would not harm him. But was his protector and at onco they became the desc of friends. Always nimble heels Vas sure of finding something esp Sci Illy Nice to eat in one of far Ner Brown s boy s pockets. He was Safe. He was safer per haps than Ever before in All his life. But. He was a prisoner. 4ot even safety could make up for Oas of Freedom. Nimble heels to Pine and lose his appetite. T in it that Farmer Brown s Loy showed that he had an understand ing heart and was in truth a Fri ind Worth having. He took Nin ble heels in his pocket and stalled Down the Long Lane. Out on the Green Meadows he went straight to Tho very place where nit sle heels had jumped up his trousers ice. There he took nimble h Els from his pocket. Making sure t iat no enemies were near he set n Ruble heels Down in the grass. From sheer Joy in being free once Vire nimble heels jumped once twice three times. And if Only head looked Back to see he would hive seen the most surprised boy e or. Whew that Little Chap is is me exclaimed Farmer worthwhile books Ted Are the longer length of the is arts and the High necked top which jut tons Down the front. Plaids stripes and prints Are used in some of the strip ing bathing suits noticed at the Ilay spots with Cottons Viking with the Woven fabrics. Separate Panama trousers in i an Nels and Jessies peasant linens and Cottons Are among Tho favorite i in this Type of Beach Wear. Out of the Kitchel Enesco electric use roles and roasters Princess mod casserole Nesco duct rec Princess and colonial models ample capacity for a family of six to eight two quart capacity Vith self cover for waterless cooking Cut approximately in per hour to operate any flood n capacity for tix Plind Chad awol a ten Pound Ham. Wot to Wal Conw Row natural of t and Mineral jail it thing foe tool two mar co Una colonial Model roaster National enamelling stamping co. T ill Waukau Wisconsin. T racine9s biggest and Best newspaper the Racine examiner these features serial Story foreign news household information fashion hints Cross word Puzzle Washington correspondence cartoons pictures and a storehouse full of other news each week the Racine exam Iner will offer a prize of one Dol Lar to the person who sends in the Best recipe. Each week the Racine exam Iner will offer a prize of one Dol Lar to the person who sends in the funniest joke. The Racine examiner will be the sole judge of each. Such recipe or j Oke should be in the hands of the publishers before tuesday morn ing of each week to be considered for publication that week. To Tine merchants no other newspaper in Racine will have the same Reader interest and attention As the Racine examiner. It has the widest ing into every Home. Your advertising therefore in the Racine examiner will bring re sults. Call us and we will Send a representative. Call Jackson 2121. Free Cut service to All advertisers. To social groups Send us the news. Church school and society items Are Welcome. Patriotic organizations Send us the news
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