The Bode Bugle from Bode, Iowa on June 14, 1935 · Page 6
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The Bode Bugle from Bode, Iowa · Page 6

Bode, Iowa
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Friday, June 14, 1935
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FINNEY OF THE FORCE ft? T*<f OXmtMfai ft By Wmn v*u* Tribute —AM' -fHlf WUZ VERy SMOOTH \*/H«N -frifiY ASKED INDEED\ HAD to tlAlOP IT . To TH6.M/, THE FEATHERHEADS By Oitant t> Wtit*rn Ntwiywr Union Wealth Wins 41 REG'LAR FELLERS" A Different Tune © The Asoclated Newspapers S'MATTER POP— It's All Willyum's Fault By C. M. PAYNE 51 MESCAL IKE By S. I~ HUNTLEY Smart Wardrobe in One Pattern raitern SIM Sou can make yourself a mighty smart summer wardrobe right from this one pattern. Simplicity's the thing—shirtmaker frocks are "the top"—and here's a beautifully fitting model that may take many variations. Made In a tie silk or print It is perfect under coats now and on Into summer—make It again as In the other sketch—with square neckline and loose sleeves, In a solid color. Then start all over and use a striped or checked silk or printed lawn. The material Influences the frock to a great extent—and this Is a perfect one for developing the lovely new fabrics. Pattern 2197 ts available In sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42. Sizes 16 takes 3>i yards 39 Inch fabric. Illustrated step-by- step sewing Instructions Included. SEND FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) In coins or stamps (coins preferred) for this pattern. Write plainly name, address, and style number. BE SURE TO STATE SIZE. Address orders to the Sewing Circle Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth Street, New fork City. <§'5M1LES 4 3* EXPLAINING IT ''Yes, it Is really remarkable," observed mother at the head of the table. "Clifford seems to eat twice as much chicken when we have visitors." "Indeed!" exclaimed the lady visitor. "And, pray, why is that, Clifford?" "'Cause that's the only time we have it!" replied the truthful lad. Domesticity "Would you marry for money?" "No," answered Miss Cayenne, 'that is, not too much money. A man who Is constantly being Investigated is sure to spend time away from home and be irritable at breakfast." Many Like Him George—I always do my hardest work before breakfast. Fred—What's that? George—Getting up. Can Solve Any Problem "Do you think a genius ever makei a good husband?" "You'd better ask my wife." QUALITY CUM

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