The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 1, 1939 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
Issue Date:
Wednesday, February 1, 1939
Page 9
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i, 1939. THE DATT/r COURTEH, CONNELT-SVILLE PA. x"V(jli MINIJ V The Daily Courier Pattern MATRON'S "UP EARLY" FROCK PATTERN 8741. 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T H E J U R I S T E V I DENTLY IS SOMETHING OF A SCHOLAR AND GENTLEMAN, AS WELL AS A JUDGE. * * * Einstein says the earth is 11,000,300 000 years old. But with new wrinkles erery day. * * * J P. Morgan stopped farnmtp on Its estates in England after tho op- tratiom were found unprofitable That's one /ailitr* ifrat can't be Warned on Secretary Wallace Jh * * An Iowa college boy won a prize m a dress designing contest But there's nothing to it, nowadays t k * t k * The ^ord "purge" begins tc take on a different meimng 1 now that it is being applied to WPA. MANY AUL.-DAT SNOLJl-D A KID NEEJS \N A 4O-HOUra. DEASL NQOH-IS IT TRUE. AMDSE.TS fiKS. UDN3 ON -EANWBERreT SHORTCAKE "? =w DOMS. NCftH-WAS THE. AUTHOR. Cf=- * STEKE. VJHIl^ THE: ICON is HOT'A UNION JOE PA1.OOKA toteihu: All Tracks. By Ham Fisher D'VOU XHE CLAIMED RODNEY AND 1 KNOW IT SFRANK LEFT THBR COATS! SOUNDS TO VBUT HOW DO WE KNOW YEAH--BUT ^ NOBODY SAW THE BATTUE---SO I _. THINK WALSH'S STORY IS STRICT!* THE HOOEY/, EVEN SO -YOU'VE PROOF THEY WERE AT THE RESTAURANT. IT'S A WHALE OP A STORY IF ITS TRUE. ME AS THO' THERE MIGHT E A GERM F TRUTH IN IT. WALSH SHOWED YOU RODNEY'S OVERCOAT. THEY WERE THEIR COATS?THERE WAS NO IDENTIFICATION IN THEM. OH ALL RIGHT. lJ BUT I'LL BET ~ YOU A CARTON OF CIGARETTES THAT I'M RIGHT. WAIT A «\AINUTE,NAT, WHY NOT /CHECK AT THEIR HOTEL" 'JUST TO MAKE ISURE.T SMELL 'SOMETHING IN THAT STORY OF WALSH'S THAT SOUNDS TRUE. LISSEN,TOMMY. THIS IS FRANK- IP ANYBODY , ASTS PER. US I s TELL ^EM ^ RODNEY AN' I WAS IN AN LEFT AGAIN--TO GO TO SOME NIGHT SPOTS -- AN' THAT WE'RE KIN' A LATE TRAIN 'VISIT RED'S FAMILY. , _iOT IT ALL STRAIGHT? I'LL SLIP YA ' FIFTY WHEN , ~.~_ · WE GVT J DOKEY, BACK. .^\ FRANK. BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH A Hosy utnre For By Billy DeBeck TIME'S \ / T«t GROONi'S HRO Pi ft \NF\STU4G ) / NERVOUS COLLRPSE PRRSQN IT 'PERR.S Me GOT TH 1 VNRONG BV TW ERR PACKED \\VN\ TQ t TW GPiL-WHVWC ME GWE \ T ? 1. 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