The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 14, 1930 · Page 19
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February 14, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 19

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F K I D A . Y , F E B R U A R Y .14, 1K?0. THE DAILY C O U R T E B , CON VELLSVILLB, r Advice to Girls B y Annkt Ljrurk- TOOTS A VI flASPF w PAGE NINETEEN. MURPHY liking to proper toi on anyone. (I.) It In not done. There In o n l y .such «.n t«.\rharijjri* of gifts bctww.n ?rtsnyT*l coullc». 1C. It Is not rlRht to any u n k i n d Uilnsr» at oth«r*, rtKarClf!W of olrcumntauce*. Arro:t in the Buyer Drive MI Mas*. United ;3tiUe» District Attorney Frederick H. Tarr has opined th« most dwsttc enfotrs-irienl in the hiatory o" p'ohibition nnd intends to jail all b lyers of liquor, T ho already disiTganizect TO iks of Massachuetti drys were .split wide open when the Anti-Saloon League went on recoid BB oppc'njr the «yr«st-U»« buy*!' drive. ANNIK UAUU5B: tAJ Ui Jt urop«r ^o^ » Klrt ·* BO to « young twy'n hoin» with him? fB) Should a boy jsrwt »or« Ut ottrar boys w»JV home with you? (O Should » girl »how a certain boy? (O) In It « flt-l or boy lo wear B-Wflrj-r K) In tt proper tor a bey to bollttle aoother lxy wheu spoken of bv n sclrl? J1TST TWO J UST TWO: «A.) If the irtrl known thus ah' will b«? ft w«)rom* vl,»J- Eor at th? oiin^ inan'd homf, nnd that »t h-a»'. one of h l » f a m i l y wHJl bn t h f n - n rh n. visit !? (juUc In ·ardor. {U ) It thoro bj no d r f l n l t o iinii"r.it;jariii it. ihcn thf voiaiifj man "tioulO nm bjcft If th«Tf Is ttiore thwn onfl t««ort. (O That I* on- tlrwly «n nuUvlduiLt mutu-r. H\it » (fir! should at »1I tt.iMvi conilu«*t in a lavtyMke nitinncr and |~JEAK A N STIS L.AURIE: *-* My boj friend linn «*)V«ral late, off and on. Still }tf vtiyv he lovns rm- Sh»'M T hefiovo thii? My only doubt U tHTTO. In It all rtsht for » girl to writ* to a boy friend when they hav» been on the "outs," when she s'-oa «ho made .1 rt dMtnka. anrl pares fur his f r i e n d s h i p * KODO. If the yowziR man han · mte i-fa»on for iveJik)n£ hlj) appointments vUh you thera la no cause for complaint But If you n.w prepnrwl o lolcr*ti» such conduct without a good excuse you i\r« a very c-vHy-RclTR IHTHOTI. A crenUo- mnn does not break an appointment, re.K'n'illtj»s "f liia affection for th» person lnvolve.1. You nhould toll him UU», In civso lit la not aw«r« of It. IIODO: If rou hav« hewn »t fmiH. It In tniy pro)er that yo« ohould proffer ) our ttsol«grlf» to tlio person whom r r u h«vp off^ndod, wbelh«r It b* .Tra.n or WOBUHK 1'resence olf Mind Saved President of Mexico FoJJx Galvan, chatsffour to Pr«al- dent Ortiz Ruble, whose quick thinking is believed TM have been f roi.tly responsible fr the Presf- ent escapinif with his life during recent assassination nt'.empt. Other tssawins were eaid t) have been on Bio spot If the first one failed, Galvan st«pp«d on (he gas and despite Ma owh wound he drove | Oim Jtubio stra-ght to the ho9- i MAYBE. IT WOULD BE A F iW U5 TO BE ALONE. IN THE. ' I RIL-NP" CALUe WE.VT S KjH T, CA5 ' VE DON'T k 4OW WHO MI oa WHAT Hll MAY BE op TOi ABOUT HIM, TOOTS', HONEVER,'TO BC ON THE SAPTS. SIDE CAM BE 1NJ NE*T ROOM VVHJtE ^TO HIM ANO IF He. ACT-3 HsJ VVAY C1DO COUtt THS. POX.1CS'. *t !·'.«. Kltiz F^nlurn Pyn.li. ''Efi, I COUt^"S ! "TH/CT, IT WCM.C KA? * MY IF YOU ARP/.N(iJ TO HAVE. «cME Ot YOUR MEN FRlENt5 SEt RETET N THE HOUSE WHt N THAT MAM CAUV_»! IT* ALL *0 ^^ 25j A»4E IM Hl5 LETTERS. ^WED ME TO kHEP THE MATTEti 'STRICTLY CONFIDENT IAL, TOOTS, AND i THINW. I 5.HOULt', NO NEEt OP CWOS-5IN4 BRItX-rEi U»JTIL WE, ODME TD THEM: THAT £,uY MAY HAVE ME. XEP UP WITH eOM'rSOY £L-=.E'. I WHEN HE «2EE5 ME ME'Lt. PROSABLY =- AMt A5W. ME TO RETUPM TO H^M THE- ^O,OOO»?° THAT HE. -5EMT TO Mli LA^T W MAYBE IT i« P.KY f=oR. us TO 06. HERE ALONE. WHEN HK. If/, APWlVE-5,'. j HAV3OUY KNOW WHAT TO C?O, BUT I'LL TAi-iE CARE OF THAT I kNOW,' APPROACHES OURL CURIOSITY*, IN -THREE MOPE. OAY TME- WILL PUT IM APPEARANCE ETTA LOYE'S STOWAWAY! By PAUL BOBDfSOK I I-AD TO QK NGAfe IM 'Sous. \T CN QOA(20 ^MlP- I ETTA IN OUIOO AND SHUT TVS DOCS AGoor it- GO AHD SWSDBS OOW TO! TYLKW TYJf YOUITCU TT VAOPPED Of-'P, *HO Of «\W sees we , BUT v*e v*owrr NNWC UP to HOT A CHAnOE VH TUe «CH, AHD ouess i wiam AS TO t*R.W»OOOV -- HAVE TD UAHO VT TO 5/WtO'S CX.X) CAH STEP OUT RJWH OR tu. vkAvm -to art J.-WMBS?-""Wfe.* BIG SLSTEK. KVEBYTHJ fa»8 FIXED By J?OJ1UBAYE. pt QAf? -,IK» IVE SOT (T D15COVE THAT BE.TH-S CAKEj NUMBER ·SIX WHAT caj^ ABLE TO HO'LP «JP MV . T MU5T DO IT. se io HUMV .(ATEO F 123 U.MM BUT Tb H£R. O THAT 5HS FELIX THE CA'Jl' PAT SUULITAK. piiSl?^!^ «,;".'' f-yVi,!' ,!'r O T'irSi'.iMi!,' YKSSHU THAT JOJ 5T BE ITJ

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