The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 5, 1930 · Page 15
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 15

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 5, 1930
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»AHiY CUTmftlBR, CONNE^LSVILLB, PI- PAGE COSTLY APPROVAL H He had gones Into the library to pot the thing ap to her father and she was anxiously waiting on the front porch. ' · ' . . . -Well,'' salt! the mltor when h* re. turned, ,"ii« asked me how I was fixed and I told him I bad $3,000 in tins bank."' . . . ' ' . - . " · '.. "And .what did he say to ttmtt" "He borrowMl it" HARD TO FIND :l Willie--Daddy, will yon btiy me an X-ray machine? , Fatb,er--What In the world do yon want with an X-rny. machine? Willie--To find "X" In my algebra I Non-Efficioncy "We'll utart a brand-new K ·:V 'Tl* tha pJan that lurks In *v«ry ttmr of dlncontent-- V And jr«t It never works. E'.nr!y Tuition "Do yon tblnk a successful politl clan must spend many years In gel ting an education?' "All depends," said Senator Sor gburo, "on what kind of politics he gels into. I know of underworld workers who appear to have learned more In jail than th-ay 1 darned In school."-"Washington Star. How He Knew "You know, dad, he always said he'fl never marry until the right girl cntnt- along." "Well, how does he know yob ar»- the right one?" "Oh, I tokl him I was." From the Month of · Child "Grandma, close your eyes once "\Vliy, my child?" ' "Because napn.says, 'When grandnui closes her eyes we'll get a big bag of money.'" . NEVER LOST v He--My «ollese was founded In 18(54. She--I nc-rer even heard It was iosled. NUMSKUU, Bexovero NOAH-»- IF .£O!To« PjaHssrko HIS s"utT^ v/ooup -me SUN SHINE MIS SHOTES? OKU A. . ITS PUAVOA ON* OVGA v/ouuo -me c«5 Mf^l " U i IS AW COM . i CTjSii-oT-rB HQ.c ,\ TOOTS OASFER Br/JIMMY '·.TTO OUT \V= THOSE ARE; i^-SNUIME'. 1 i HAt SOME ,OF THEM! AftE REAL- S.PHOH " i'OU CAN Fv«tuM» SymiktU, tnu Orttt Britain rtijIU. ·THO«E. TOOT'S., 2Q I TO I'M IMOP.E THAM EVER 1 . REAL./ \f rp5 ALL ' THE J\ IT AUMOf5T ACCOUNT 1 . ( 1 ME . i \V___-- ~.H-H-H\ THOUGHT ETTA KET? GETTING ^ WORD IN EDGEWAYS "ONE-THQUS ANOTHER COULD, BUT A^r-MN ; :NO ONE. THE , O p PHANTOM IF T \ ··- poa THE^E. By PAUL TO CAU- voo op- VJAKTCD TO TIM TYLER Oy TYM YOHN6. UP, AH 1 GET SOWE tAlS OVER . \t 5H2CPPV. ROV~1. COU' COUP T\ 5A' OR PEPPE! HOV'TOTUWH OUT A 6VJELU TO USE TWOHE" BIGSISTEK. FJlEElNTDS MEET AGAIN ·By LES FOBUBAVE. vyny:oip AARAH ACT U^ED FRi£MO£ AT SCHOOL,'AW' r H££PEO'£R VA^CTH HER LE ITS JE5 'CAU5E CH(LORBN 'tS TW£ lOOl-t AN S ee, i?^ tOE'D HAVE T 5(6*0 UP »F tu ENTER THE- FOR HOO5E ·SEE.11JG. VOO ! VUHY t VOO COME H E E - Coprrifrlic, 10JO, bjr Ontrtil PTIM Aucxb Jen, In*. PATSCTLUVAN SAY! 1 TwbuoHT vou yes, IN WERE VOE. CAN TM.K OVE.R TVlE P£Tft.lL% -AMD WE SAV^ THAT IN OROER TO ~-H.T. YOUR "UMCUE FELIX WMAT'S .._ TIN Or OUT THE. OUCH! i HEY! n At_i_ yoo GOTTA. Do is SUT VOU tfu'ST'TRY ANO !_. HA. I THLA'J 'S ^H' IUGHT IDEA J FELIX TBE CA'JL' «CAF' STl BiJS WEt-L, TV-V W/ V VOU LV J30 THJMfc-S IT \a HrSirXD *t KNOW- VOO'lA. 3PO \T !'. vouwe: Nor - WORO-- Vou : TY-VKT WOOO£.HE.T WELL, T\Pf*IIH^- \ G-UE:? we. ^e.£T AS V/ELL, I T IT oyeiRs. wiTH'.

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