REVIEW of REVIEWS

Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality

January 15 1931
REVIEW of REVIEWS

Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality

January 15 1931

Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality

The Difference—Judge says when you see a dog leading a man, you know the man is blind, but if the man is leading the dog, you know the man is married.— Northern Mail.

And Who Wants White Catsup?— British Columbia farmer has produced a white tomato. It may be doubted however if the white tomato will ever crowd the red tomato off the seed catalogues.— Montreal Herald.

Pleasant or Unpleasant?—Life in an apartment holds many surprises. Perhaps the greatest is when you try to turn off your radio, and find that for the past hour you have been listening to the set next door.—Prince Rupert News.

How Nice!—“Unemployment gives the worker a chance to rest and get in physical condition for the next pull.”—Roger Babson.

A Ringing Remark - An expert tells us that very few bell-ringers know how to toll a bell these days. Now they ain’t doing right by our knell.—Guelph Mercury.

Dull Work—Make friends. That’s one of the axioms of business.

Trying to win business without friends is like trying to make love through a screen door.

It can be done. But—

It’s dull work, and it takes longer.— Ridgetown Dominion.