Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 13, 1976 · Page 175
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June 13, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 175

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NEWS, PHOTOS, FEATURES, COMICS PLUS GREAT SUNDAY SUPPLEMENTS Charleston, W. Va., Sunday, June 13, 1976 USE MINE, HERB-IT'S ON THE BACK V { PORCH I JUST NOTICED THAT THE BOTTOM IS RUSTED OUTTA MY GRILL HERB JUST/ ?jj=s^ INVITED US \jj*£ OVER FOR A COOKOUT THATS THE BACK DOOR I HAVE SOME I CANT FIND MY CHARCOAL TOOTSIE JUST REALIZED WE DON'T HAVE ENOUGH HOT DOGS BLONDIECANWEGO OVER TO YOUR HOUSE? MY STOVE IS BROKEN NEXT WEEK COME ON OVER AND WELL. COOK SOME / ^ OH, MY GOODNESS- r's STARTING TO RAIN HERE ARE SOME HOT DOGS AND TAKE THESE BUNS-TOO PEANUTS By Schulz Tm. Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.--All rights reserved © 1976 by United Feature Syndicate. Inc. 6-13 (GOOD MIT,PALI WRIGLEYS SPEARMINT GUM RSITYISTHE NSTITUTION OF HIGHER INTHEU.S. ITWAS fHE MOST ABUNDANT DOMESTICATED BIRD IN THEWORLDISTHECHICKEN, ESTIMATED TO NUMBER 3 500.000,000, OR NEARLY ONE CHICKEN FOR EVERY LIVING HUMAN. 'ORLD'S LONGEST HIGHWAY TUNNEL, THROUGH MONT BLANC IN THE ALPS, OPENED IN 1965. OVER SEVEN MILES LONG,IT v'Fb'UNDEDIN I636.SIXTEEN YEARS CONNECTS FRANCE ftNDITALY. I' AFTER THE PILGRIMS LANDED. ; Gum with the HE PINEAPPLE PLANT IS NEITHER A PINE NOR AN APPLE. IT IS NOT EVEN A FRUIT, BUT A SOROSIS {BERRIES GROWN TOGETHER INTO A PULPY MASS). supplier to the r ^ BE-22

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