The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 3, 1939 · Page 15
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 15

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 3, 1939
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3, THE DML.Y COURIER CONNELLSVTLLE PA FAGE FIFTEEN. The Daily Conner Pattern AS NEW AS IT \S SLIMMING! 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By Lym Young THE HOR5ETHIEVES 605H T!M- THAT'SASWELL OUTFIT' r I'LL PAV VOU WELL FOR THE LOAN OF THESE OLD CLOTHE5,SIR AND PLEASE DONT TELL ANYBODY THAT I'VE BEEN HERE -- rMGOINSTO 'V' OKAX FELLA TRY TO LAND A \-AND AS SOON JOB WITH CLOWN I ASVOUCANSLIP BACK TO ME TO REPORT-IU ThEY BELONGED TO MV GRANDSON- HE RAN AWAV FROM MV HOME WON T SUSPECT I M REALLVANIVORV PATROLMAN,SPUD CLOWDV'S SANS, SPUD BE HERE WITH OUR HORSES BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave MAYBE X COOU3 ^UV HVVA C3PF, D-E OSOCX.* BUT \fji-r' ? VP x COULD GET - 'DEV'BE ^ORT' REA.U OS -i/^ME O SIM EsJER. MADE MS GET GUV TO CDME AKSD PW^CV 0^3" HE VJAS X MIGHT WA. «.WCf*)lED UE D DO CIS OT^ER e^·RD X"5 1MK ME't-L CL.BAR.OOT A.VS.'D SO YOU CAN'T mi, Kirg fcrnim jnd£m_lnc^Wc Id ni^ij. rtsaNid W --

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