Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 18, 1945 · Page 25
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Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 25

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Sunday, February 18, 1945
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************* ******* * :* ********* AMERICA'S REST COMICS APPEAR IX THE CUMBERLAND. MARYLAND, KEBKUARY 18, 1945 ******************************* BEAUTIFUL GRAVEL ARE BEGINNING LIVE THOSE OLD FASHIONED FLAT- HEELED SHOES OF HERS LEFT TRACKS IN THE SNOW SWOWING THAT SHE BOARDED A VEHICLE ONLY A BLOCK FROM THE PRISON THESE ARE THE CASTS WE MADE, CHIEF NO^.'TOG MUCH. V're ABOUT r SHE'S A GOOD WORKER, JOE, BUT WE MUST KEEP HER IN THE BACK ROOM. SHE'S NOT THE TYPE TO MEET, 'PUBLIC I'LL SAY/ BUT SHE SEEMS HAPPY. I WONDER WHAT HER HISTORY IS?? DO YOU SUPPOSE SHE WAS KIDDING US, TRACV, ABOUT BEING ON THE LEVEL?? MAYBE THE HEAD OF THE DOPE RINC P1CKED-J-IER \JP? I DON'T KNOW. PAT MAYBE SO. YES SIR- NKID THE NAME- ERTHE NAME. PLEASE? ' *>* *•*- *—^^. MRS. ANNA ENOG — : ACME MORTUARY GRAVEL GERTIE.' RODE OUT HERE . ON THE BACK OF OUR TRUCK v I CAN'T GET OVER IT FIXED A BED FOR HERSELF BY TME FURNACE ? AND COOKS FOOD OVER THE COALS. | — WANTS TO LIVE HERE ALL THE TIME HOW DC 6IR \* SOMETHING POOR MOTHER/ MATRON IN THE WOMEN'S PRISON) FOR 16 YEARS ONLY TO BE SLAIN BY A PRISOMER. — IF EVER I LAY MY HANDS ON THAT DAME TME GUARD THAT COMMITTED SUICIDE COMPLETELY EXONERATED GRAVEL GERTIE BUT SHE MAY HAVE INFORMATION REGARDING THE SOURCE OF THAT PRISON/ DOPE SUPPLY THAT W£ COULD USE /YES, I'D LIKE TO ORD&R FLOWERShf AND WHAT FOR A FUNERAL .,-<%,( WOULD YOU ALL SET, MEASLES ?M Q }js&m&L£ I I OH, BOY ALL THAT WORK MADE ME AWFULLY TIRED ( BEAT IT/ I WANT TO > :: f^ , .> LIE DOWN THERE i (I) ( AND TAKE A MAP DASWCOD, YOU HAVE ' YOUR FEET ON MY EVx.' SOFA PILLOW gft•'- ( ' PONT J LIST } KICK IT OFF. J ~ THE SOFA-NOW, GET UP AND PICK T? IT UP •4, DEAR, \ THERE GOES ) THE POOR-jfV ( COME,CHILDREN, I'LL. ) ' ' ! >TAKE- YOU SHOPPING J ZSgC-v'^'-i WITH ME ; SO DADDY ) ""-^ CAN HAVE HIS NAP " : ^ NO! HE'S THE MASTER OF TH.E ., HOUSE AND> I ( NEVER ALLOW - ANYBODY TO DISTURB.HIM N HES TAKING- HIS NAP 6UT AH'.THEY'VE ~-\ .ALL GONE! NOW, ) I CAN HAVE MY ,.U NAP IN PEACE ) AND-QUIET ../ J'S^Iu^

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