Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 1, 1944 · Page 51
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Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 51

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Sunday, October 1, 1944
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I THINK I'LL JUST- SURPRISE 'ARCHIE AND CALL. ON HIM AT-H»S CAMP- SORRVVMISS BUT ARCHIE LEFT CAMP SOMETIME AGO- : OH/SO HE.OIDN'T ' ' fcnoNE- ME -ABOUT rr- . I'LL NEVER SPEAK TO HIM KGAIN- HUH/ SHE'S NOT HOME-.I'LL BET SHE'S .OUT WITH A MARINE OR A SAILOR - I'M ' THROUGH- CAK>P PINOJT OPR lim. KING PE Bringing Up Father n«tiit«r«l U. S. P«t«nt Offlc* By George McManus »'Ll_ NOT BE HOME UNTIL SIKOCUDCK- 'SEE THAT VtXJ GET A C5OOO REST WHILE VM OUT- HUH./SHE OUGHT. TO KNOW THE ONLV •TIME I COULD REST- IS WHEN. SHE: 'UT- • NOW-WHO IS THAT ON THE 'PHONE ? |.WUZ JUST .C3ETTIN' COMFORTABLE- IS-NOT HOME-YES- ALL RIGHT NO- PLEASE-YOU'LL HA/E TO EXCUSE ME-SOMEONE IS AT THE BACK : DOOR- I'D LIKE,! 1O INTEREST VOU IN A NEW SOAP- NOW-! LISTEN-I '>'•• SAID (HAVE •NO'T^AE-- . SOMEONE: - • IS AT .TjJlE. FRONT DiDOR- WORD VOU SAV-A C5UV IS TUNING THE PtANO-WHAT- VOU<5OTTHe WRONG NUMBER - MR. J (5GS-WOULD YOU MIND- IF I LEfFT MY CHILDREN HERE . _,.. WHILE. I GO DO SOME SHOPPiN'|?]i'4 « \-:-* m MOW-USTEN I DON'T NEED ANV- THING7SO ' VOURE R^RDON ME-I'M THE PIANO-. . TUNER-.MRS/ JIQGS TOLD ^Ae i TO TUNE THE PIANO- VOURE WANTED ON TH"PHONE- A <3UV IS AT TM' FRONTDOOR AN' TH' BAKER IS AT TH' BACK DOOR - A CARPET MAN IS IN TH' HALL- THANK-GOODNESS- THEVAREGONE- ALUIN-l'M i . GONNA GO ^ TO BED- gr ir~3i - -- -^s ' LISTEN-BOZO-WE WERE SENT-HERE TO TAKE THE WINDOW SCREENS DOWN- DEMS THE ORDERS J"ROM MRS. J1GC3S RIGHT LET THE-FLIES IN- EVERYTHING ELSE IS IN HERE — OH/HELLO-MRS. BELL UGFRAMT-YES- I JUST . GOT HOME - WHY-YES 'D LOVE -TO GO TO = OPSRA-MV HUBBY HAS :BSEN RESTING ALL DAV-IT'LL DO HIM GOOD TO GO OUT- S »..WO»I.I> Ilir.MTS

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