Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on September 17, 1944 · Page 22
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Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 22

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Sunday, September 17, 1944
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JOE PALOOKA McNlujM SyndfctU, Inc. HAM FISHER , JOSEPH DARUN 1 . DID YOU HAVE AN1CE1TIMB ELMER — WELL I'LL BE DINGSWOGGLED. BROUGHT SOME NATIVE SOOVENEERS, MISSUS ELMER ,TELL US ABOUT THEM SOUTH SEA (SLAM'S AH' THOSE TERRIBLE JAPANEESE BEETLES. * I- WOULDA HAD MORE ONLY THE SKIPPER CHISELLED IN' •^THEY HAD NO MORE;?? GOSH SIR- ELMER. I WSHXJU'D / 1--UH- WELL- LET ME HAVE A FEW. I'LL GNE YOU A PROFIT, I'LL LETCHA HAVE A COUPLE . OH GRACIOUS SAKES-HOW PREJTy/ WHO DID YOU ALL THESE HERE OOOOADS PER ? t DiO SOME SHOPPIN' AT THE FNE AN'TEN. OPEN THE BAG AN' LOOK AT THE STUFF; THE WHOLE THVNG COST A DOLLAR. WELL SOON'S MY FURl£>UGH'S^ YOU'RE SO UP I EXPECT PGO TO THE SOUTH f SMART. MY SEAS. 1 VifcS READIN' A STORY f GOODNESS-JMST AN' IT TOLD HOW THE NATIVES J LOOK AT HOW ARE CRAZY ABOUT CHEAP ^ CLEVER THESE JOOLRY SO I THOT \T V/OULD,ATU RTLE SHELL BE NICE T^E JOME^^^S ^ AREM < >! : /-'.>- 1 ' ^^'.••'i,f-.'a '.»•. m ''•A- 1 JUST GOT BACK ST I'M SURE GLAD T'SEE PROM THE SOUTHO YOU, ELMER-AN' WOM'LL PAC(F\C-TUEY 5A\D fe, BE TICKLED TDEATH. you WAS «l HOME. FOHH DEAR \rs S'WUNDERFUL YOU? I'M HOPIN' f JE"ST S\T ON THE PORCH WHILE I < T'GO ON THE L BRIHG LEMOKJADEAKCRULLERS.J^ INVASION ., m HOPIU- TQCX DOWSTOTHE PACIFIC SOON., TELL ME ABOUT FRANCE *THIS HERE SHELL STRING ABEADS ONLV COST ME TWO WEEKS' PAY; * /AWRIGHT-IU TAKE 'EM. HOW MUCH PER THE BRACELETS AN' THEM * THEY'RE SO-DUMB ITS A SHAME TTAKE ' ACVAHTEEGE OF:.EM- WHY. I'LL — •BET iT-- TDOKTWO YEARS. YMAKE THE 8RAQELETJ MEBBE SO-JFETCHUM UP NEW J BETTAH */OHOAH BIME-BY OHDAH ^4 FROM TACK-TREE MO' DEADS . 1 SAY- 1 GOTTA \< OH NO-I MEAN I BE COIN'. GOTTA )/GOT A LOT OF'EM- STOP IN AT THE /> WAIT VLLG5T FIVE AN 1 TEN AN' GET SOME 'EM FOR YOU. WHEW- HOPE HE DON'T 'S LAM' SAKES:HAVE ANY MORE OCCASIONSJ THEM BEADS TGO TO THE FIVE AN'TEN. <~T»^—~ UKE YOURS. SERGEANT, I WISH YOU'D TALK TO THE WAlbT GUNNER. HE SEEMS TO THINK HE HAS TO LIVE UP TO THE NAME. HEY— ANOTHER HELPIN OF EV'RYTH\NG.

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