The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 12, 1930 · Page 12
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 12, 1930
Page 12
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, PKJmilARY 13, X91TO. EUBHTEIN. Music Master Writes Another Qassie Engine Ysaye. wor .d-f araed violin virtuoso, who*! bow has electrified the world and won him a wife In America as w» 11 as the conductor- ship of the .srreat Cincinnati symphony orchestra, sits sereiaely at his desk, wh«r he works dny after day on his ovra swan sons;. Beside the master stands his yonnjc American wif*, the former Miw Jftut,o Dinein, of Brooklyn. Kansas Candidate for Seat 121 Congress Mrs. Ida M. Walker, of 'Norton, Kansas, ia a candidate for Congress from the Shth Kansas Dfa- trict. She will opposa Representative CKir'.cn li. Sparks, of (JonKfland, Kansas. Mra. Walker formerly wired i» the State Leg- ilatare, and dtrrinsr th« past MOHton wits chief clerk of tilt House of llt^rcscntutives. His Inventions Win Douglas Gold MedaS John Van Nostrand Dorr, of York, will b ; awa:.-ded the J«mo« Douglas Golc; Mediil of the American Institute 01! Mining and Metallurgical Engineers during the Institute's meeting i.n New York, Feb. 17th to 20th. Dorr ha» been singled out for the honor in recognition c f his invention of the Dorr class! .'iqr and the Dorr thickener, duvicas now in general use in mode-n hyf'ro-rnetallurjrical and ore-dres ;in£ NUMSKUU. TD*OEAR. NOAH" CA SB? MffW$PAPtl« - NOAH PEPoAMfl OAII.Y i/s -ruis ge-crr--· TOOTS SVTjjtJE, FA cotnfa"KR, JIMMY MUEPHJ NVHAT tO "YOU -SUPPOSE HS MEAN© «(Y =AYtNir Hfi'LL 4)V ME THE. FINAL. PAYMENT OF THE. MONEY THAT S3 'TO ME.TOO'ra? "THAT MOPE. TMAU I HAVEN'T MONEY SO CA.UU. HEWE NEXT HEPKTS A L.E.TTRR. FOR- ME IT MUST BfJ A .BILL-. 1 HE'D "SAT WHO HE Vb IN LETTER'. ) CJON-T HE. CAM HARDLY UNTIL HE PVJT«3 APPEARANCE. THAT t CAW WATCH HIM'. 1-TTA KET'I EiVOUOH FOR A WOBLB CBUISE! By PAUIr BOBOTSOBl PU, NCfeO E^TS/LEMMCT S ~ DOXEM -SVUSS ~ivo AND PNC1 CM -I OUGHT to T1TLEB YOUNG. Itf/^ 3E£, MERE CDMfc'S "\ W PW\L S^HUD, AMD ILL W \ UE'S \-OOKWQ VbRNUE*. 1 \ GXJLD TEU-MR.MQODV THAT WASEUF, VWO / VE FRO^A CATOftKfl / wcw rouitn / CHANCE THAT VWQWT OT ROV BACK, SO ILL MAHE WMSECF SCARCE TbR ** jV'{vV^'i;**riC Ift iHlW HA6 eooo REASON ID WET ,-*f BIG SISTJiK, NO'J TO JI'MIAH Bj 1RERE ·SOE'S THE Mou; vurrH f'LL BET ITJ5 MOREUt^e. JREAO TMAM CAKE CAKE5jBETH,TO '. KEEP THIS r UJE'LL. ONJPACVC IT AMD PUT rr ujrm THe.oTH6ejs. WHV v/ooof PO you MEANS TO 3AV MADE Doe55HE.«:N)OUj ABOUT , 5? Sf^e'S J05TTT?1Y(.N): It) ^(AKe THAT RIDICULOUS THJJ CA'l EAT StTJLUTAB. THE. EN NV. MS. ION' OP Hi » ·5. TACT'S Fa i THE "WAP OP /^ STOP UJMERE VOO V ARC., X SA.(0, AMO j MA^4O'5.!«. AT I X WAVE YOU V \^A"^ c^r*xi,\trr^ ** ^- . HA'. MA'. _ MOU), AMO GEMTUEMEM, CQ(v|Ttl*vVt£O GOING TO SEND VOU TO YOUR 7 DOOM!! RADIO !! "CAP" STU IBS »LAM ? IT ALL, ANYWAY! I i "e»oov i -i NO OUT rt-t. COO V.. « AN Vk t ,' one. voo -O )*» J J^OW'f -0 CMC, P ^ C K \T Ol/T ^ TV\ftsT vou or TV\' "^^i^Stf w«2^jn} i\^ A.

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