Some Figgers of Speech
A rolling stone gathers no moss--yea, but the roving bee gathers the honey.
She had a bee in her bonnet--and that's one way a lot of folks get stung.
He put his hand in the lion's mouth--don't bite the hand that's feeding you.
He came out at the little end of the horn--but what was blew in sweet came out sour.
She froze in her tracks--but five minutes later she was burning with envy.
Feller that cut off his nose to spite his face must have been sticking it in other people's business.
Butter wouldn't melt in his mouth--and just the same he was supposed to be a firery tongued orator.
Absence makes the heart grow fonder-- and, on the other hand, out of sight is out of mind.
Haste makes waste--and, if you'll remember, the early bird gets the worm.
Many hands make light work --sure, and too many cooks spoil the broth.
Don't cross your bridges before you get to 'em --but you'll recollect that a stitch in time saves nine.
(Pacific Coast Stations omit Thursday)
Your radio set, tuned to one of these stations, is an introduction to everybody in Pine Ridge.