The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 18, 1930 · Page 11
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January 18, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, January 18, 1930
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SATURDAY, JANUAKY IS, 1030. THE DAILY COTTRIBR, CONNELU3VILLE, Advice to Girls By ANNIE LAURIE D T3AR ANNIK 3UAURIB: I am a gU'l in my lat» and I have worried over this Jeot so much that I Just can't figure It out. There in a boy that 1 Uko real well, and he told me that ha liked me u. great dtnil. too. Some of hlu very sood t, O y friends toW mo that this hoy didn't like- tno very much, und that we wouldn't go together v«ry long. Whan 1 naked why, tiny told me because this boy had niver gout* very long with any one girl. I would like to know what I nhouliJ do to ki p)i thla boy. Should I toll h t m cr w h u t I have been uiil 1 act (is though :|t.ined? Would you' ' . . i n lust KB 1 do the '.hltiks him n v«ry !i?*sn't euro If I so tiearlnv nr Hl nothliiy. h-'Hi ;. start us-iii iu other bo.vs My moflit'r nlco fellow u n out with h.m . When a jtirl B«f u Celiow to Hko her how can f l i " keop him lilting her? How -can a girl act to sot a fellow? Should she flirt or Juat act her natural self? WORHIBD TXUUra. W ORRIED TILLiIJB: Novor tak« tiny notice of goneips. Thej or* often not only foolish, bui maliqlous. And do not mention tht thlnga that othors told you to you; ' fi'lond. You c«rtKi:' would ru.t wish him to know that you h«v« boon discussing him wttb others, or 'listening to their stories about him. Just be your awn nice, natural self.' Re sympathetic, chearfu) and pleas- urit. for there Is no fundamental nil* to b« observed to win or bold » ' i v oorsoa'a uffectiona. Uftme-Making Helps 1J ELfcAJNOR ROSS Line It with Oilcloth. i I USKD to be ix drab, little, built- S in corner clipboard, and old enough to "look shabby, but not so OKI its to bo antique. Just KOCH] enough to hou»o rarely used books, concealed by u wooden door. But, when holiday gifts swelled the china and g-liiasworo beyond the capacity of ahnlvcs In use, somebody ·old, "why not turn the corner cupboard Into a RUlna closet?" Off ciime tht doors! The'shelves received a coining of bright enamel. Then the sorry 'back-wall waa covered with » say, Uny-flowerad oilcloth. The ritsuit was a spldt-and- ·pan new cupboard, useful and adding a delightful bright touch U tb« room. Beat of all, It was easy to for, A {.-wish of a moist cloth keeps the cupboard-wall ever bright und new. ( Many lltUo-uartl closets and shelves could ba niodo attractive, as well »s convenient, by the application of come of tho gay, new oilcloths. Kit?hon drawers and aliolvcs tiro pleas tinier onl caster to euro for. Gloomy corners can f;o lighted up by fl Jolly patterned strip. Vor wtill and surface covering; oC the kitchvnci cc, oilcloth Is a great help. It cntclics tho Inevitable spat- terinjrs' and they/ can be quickly eradicated. BpretuJ an surroundlngr wails, shelves and drawer*, the tow yards of oilcloth make even that little space decorative and cheerful. Some Kinds of oilcloth con be used aa window hangings for the kltr-hon, so that curtiilns are always kept bright and clwui without thf job e laundering- SKUU. DOC'S AM THF5.0TTl_e THE S5TEAM IT TWlES To U.C.BI^ADV IF oura: COVM HATS A SHOCK OF Fiipoera^ WOULD CAl-l_HBR A SMoclC ASSg^QI'» ; T KKHGsr .tfSioltJ ·reu»~r£*AS'.' I STPAUi- Minn TOOTS AN'ft rA By J TMMY MURPHY ETTA KET'r r*··***mm, .in ... /""" · · - - , - ^-N/'--·--~==^-i / THIS \t PF2AIR.JS-. V LET'J'HAYie. . \ , . . _ , , , MAIM '2TRSET, ] OUPt -UMCH Al-ON^- ^j TOOT'S 1 . THE. OWLV RSA"5OM / THE. TMtERE'?. A LUNCH ROOM THE DEPOT- THE -HOTEL HA^, A ROOM » -THE-y «3ERV1E LONCM, .BUT \~T"= -THEY CHARGE A o'H.S'fe's. 1 . ANtS A NB.YW PLACE ON THE HI^.HY^AV FOU«- -SORT OP ' }~T"S RUM BV A NVOMAM WHO CAMB PECHWTLYi NOBOD^ ^ ^ K ~» HE ^ B U T -5 OU AND "TOOT "TO TAWE. A , UNCLE EVERETT. WE'O = TO DRIVE AROUND A BIT TO -2.i5TTl_E3. IN THl-S IT"2 THE BIRTH-PLACE. OF UNCLE EVERET-r=. AMD, OKCXXIRS^, MY VICTIM ^ HE.RS NOW AND THEN ^1VE5 THE TOWN! A LITTLE. HytPA' A PLA E? -rr A COUPE OUT (JUNCTION CDUMTdV . . lnt.,'Ot)!*t B r i t a i n ' TH3J BIG NIGHT By PAUL BOBINSOIf TIM TYJL.KII kxiaKG CDWM OOESNT MAKG ME: OnXi AS UDOKUNG AT YOO - YO.U KA(CC MM UEAKT STA^T ' ' - . oor F. I ASoor 'S CO A our ON THE. riJNIO I'VE SOT V/OfELD AT studio bal rolling is turning on a, tanas pent, house atop to Pol ETTA? HOTH1HQ OO\HG\ MOW CAN GEt SOWE.BOCM «a 30Q'. ' U5TEM.S6HLO. b i «*os«o to AH' MOUR CRATE,- WE-U. GET OW OUR 3U1MW OUT-F\tS, AH YOUNCL BIG SISTER. HI N TO EAETH By I/ES FOBGRATE. THE NIGHT LOM HOM£ AtOO ' HOME ANJD THC5 (6THE. HILL. UJH6R.£TH6V . OA5T. CVEL iEARCHECJ :,QUAR.E (NXHOF LOCK:. FELIX TH E CA'A' ' PAT SULLIVAX, 'CAP" X !N.Ti;Np TO Do! ' CAT s. 1 ^ ME To TO STOP* MINI pre.orv\ G-IR.U '. \ WOt-O ;VR.Y THING (S TWA.T GO'S'-Q, WELL, THAT'S THE SITUATION - \ T VWU7- O-OOO T \ E V , V -VOU CNN rAAF^.C-'P. 1.T ecuMD ' UVC

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