Miscellany, May 25, 1942

Nest. In St. Louis, Mrs. F. W. Duenckel found a newly built robin's nest, a slip of paper hanging over the side, reading: "Please leave an extra quart of milk."

Short Cut. In Atlantic City, Autoist William Minuth collided with an arrow-shaped signpost reading "Hospital," to which he was removed.

Out of Control. In Danville, Va., lightning struck the home of H. M. Watkins, the weatherman.

Decision. In Fairview, N.J., members of a local rationing board, who were boys once themselves, refused to let a truant officer buy new tires.

Wisdom. In Van...

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