The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 14, 1939 · Page 9
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February 14, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, February 14, 1939
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TUESDAY, F E B K L A K Y 13, U39 DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLK, PA. THIS'LL BE ONCE YOUSE WON'T HAFTA TELL ME TWICE THEN VA VIIGHT AS WELL START RIGHT i The Daily Courier Pattern NEW HOME OR ABOUT-TOWN FROCK PATTERN 3S85 With youthfulness its s'long point Pattern 9985 is sure to be gre pn/ed for every "fourteen to forty- two'* who stitches it up ! Some , love it as a Spimg house-fiock others *s a shirtwaister for luaaboul v,eai . . which is 3tist waat Manan Mai Lit Intended' See--she suggcbts ilowerec cotton or rayon. 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One superfluous sentence there. * * * A Chicago judge says that mor« jslaps for the wife would mean f ewei (divorces. And more inquests. » * * A ClcvelncL physician goes e \Giuitcmala to study the habits of tht floth. Jrtff tit hom« and watching the Jn- frans play ball, Of * * Some recent verdicts suggest that ft might bo a good idea to lock up a eouplo of juries -- or at least a few jurors. * * * A baseball writer says Pitcher Red Buffing; has won 20 or more ·ames for the Yankees each season inr the last three years. He neglects to state how many the Yankees won for Rufiinff. BAD NG«iH«= IS A ONE: THAT HAS IN O-ASS ' VJ1L.U. THE: ot-oc» NOAM^DO VOU IT IS 11- VCUg. JOE PALOOKA HULLO )(YEAH WE MR, "*\ MISSED MARTINAS.) VA AT THE DOCK. By Ham Fisher PAH SEN OR WALSH, SENOR PALOOKA,SAFE ABOARP SEE. X WAS BEESY UP TILL THEE LAST MEEN1TE. I JUS' MAKE THEE BOAT. ARE YOU COMFORT OH YAS INDEED THANK YOUSE.. I W/E SPECIALLY REQUEST THAT THEE SHIP GYMNASIUM ·* EES EXCLUSEEV FOR YOU IN THEE MORNINQS.J SWELL. AN' THEE CAPTAIN /^ AN' HE -AVE GRANT MY J~i CAN DO HIS ROAD WORK AROUN' TH' DECK. BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH Comfort, for a Guilt) Conscience. By Billy De'Beck WU. MR.GOOGLE BE ON BPlLLS o- tt'S ft CftTRSTE^fV- ·00 ME S'POSE VORE LEETLE VOOMRW MVGHT OOC^S'T TftLVi UKE THPiT, SUVSPPV-- VT OUT TttPiT COULO PRVJS OM -- ^--- -^- ^£^ ? Copr 1?39 King FoturM Synjiviu, Inc., Woild ichutcuntd 2.-/V- I 1 OOM'T XOU'LL NE STRR.T SETTIM" 0^3 ft SILK PVLLER- 90 cm'R^. UP RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt , JUDGE/ SET INTO COURT AND ON YOUR BENCH I'LL HWE ft r---' PRISONER. L. T O ARRftiGN ( ^ IM TEN j-J MINUTES J CHARGE OF MURDER. , NDUR. HOrlOR. MURDER. 15 BEYOND THE JURISDICTION OF THIS OOUgT_. I HOI.O WE fiCCUSED BfilL POR- THE SUPERIOR, COURT LET YOUR. PftL, THE BUSTER,GET YOU OUT OF HERE NOW WHERE DO "IOU THINK ALl THIS IS GOING TO GET YOU JUST KIDS IVJio's Gonmi Scure Jlush? By Ad Carter Cope 1119 Kmc rcMuitt S7ndic4tc. !M \Vo W t ehu fcuna MUGGS McGlNNIS By Wally Bishop PVVHVACE -cu MAD AT }/yES, we ME? VO(J ANJD EFFE -il WJ ITU BUT jUADE THE "/MECHANICAL 1 V«^(AT OJ DOfJt AXAM" LAUCJH tl VOU ~ if*)CO D/DMT KNOW IS...TMAT H/E OOULDMT COU-ECT IOEA, -\ IF HE Y DIDMT HAVE ANjy 4 ', HE'D Be TO LAJJSH Because WE ZXJLDM'T /BUT Ef=FIE WAS ICO /WJCH Rps HIM AMD wstee. STUCK !! THE '//IECH4NICAL M\M" IS OLTT OP A JOB AMD OUT 01= TQWU. .-SO, SMCE TWIS WMOLE THING W5{3 VOUR IDEA... SIWCEL SOUOWE US /MOMEy....AKID ARE ST1U, MERE " WE'RE ^ AT TIM TYLER'S LUCK pml Oucs Kuck to Civilians. By Lym Young My PALTIM IS ^V ANDTHATS HOW DISSWSEDASARANCH-1 HE LEARNED FROM HAND AND HAS A JOS J THE CLOWN THAT WITH THE HORSE- ( I WAS TO BE ,, THIEVES,MR500SAT A ROBBERSPUD? 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