The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 24, 1930 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 24, 1930
Page 11
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M O N D A Y , FEBRUARY 2J, THE DAILY COiJRIER, ( ONNELLSVILLE, PA. m Little CHANGE OF SCENERY Wifle~-The doctor »ays I »should havp N charge of scenery, Tho Rrnt«--I've been telHn* you all along you ought to nit on the back porch Instead of tii« front TK« Monkery With fle-.-ce unrest the monkey fight* To shako hlH forest fetter* h« may spend hJa da.jr» mnd hi.i well-known better*. Remaining on Earth "Are von going to take op atia- tlon?" "No," answered Miss Cayenne. *1 know a Klrl pilot who took her favorite suitor up for a sky rtde. She Beared him »o that he Is still afraid t.o propone."--Washington Star. Lobby Liberality "That lobbyist seemed very generous," wild Senator Sorghum. "In whut wajT" "Ha wsys h« wants to conduct a ! campaign of education and provide a j Ubeml fund for tuition fae* and prize awarda,"--Washington Star. Favo»it» Effort! "What do yon r*pard as the beat speech you ever marie?" "I haven't any preference?" answered Senator Sorghum, "bat th« ones that afforded me moat satisfaction were my various s p«echea of acceptance."-- Washlnjrtf.n Star. An lmpre»»ion "TMd tni; antUcnwj wo«p while I was singing?" asked th« temperamental soprano. "No," replied the woslc director, "you wen making that oolie all by yourself."--Washington Star, The Brut. Mrs. Tonsils--I've Just been singing baby to f-leep. Ha always goes to ele«p a* s«on aa I begin to sing. H«r Husband--Happy kid, he do«* not have to listen to It. ROUND THE WORLD He (coroplalnlnply)--Ypn Jnst koep me gold? round with yon all tfyf time. She--Didn't you say I was all the world to 500? NuMSKUUk DEAR NOAH" IF THE ROSE SHOULD V.OSE IT FRA6f5AKiC(5, vNHAT WOUJ. THE UUAC ? "«0 SKARPB DffAft. NC AH w IS AMI Bt-BClTSlC AN U O V I O C N DEA®. NO.VH* I-*-- \NH85H TK CMTAM IS , »s -r MRS ft.B^l , lArUJN-Ji MICH TOOTfc / IT / NICK Off MORTIMER CLAMBY TO RETUR.N My "TO ME 1 . MOW VM 51TTIN4- HOW IN TWE vvof LD I VNOW, TO(S^~? I'LL. BITE. 1 . COP DOES- V/H1CM IN THI= POUCEMAW , I FEEL. OOD TODAY =r ALMOST FEEL L1WSS ii-J^K, t»P YOU THAT OME-,TOOT'S? THAT-e RICH: HAW-HAW! HA-HA: HAR! HAR! , THE COP THAT HAS THE AN OLD BUT I'M '50 HAFPV TODAY PAGE ELK VEIL By J I M M Y MCRfKY ·, I'D LAUwl-l AT IP CjOMEBOD"^ TOL.D ME THAT MT 1 HJ^H Vy ON I'b PROBABtV LAUiH OUST THE SAME t IP ! T50N-T "5TOP - W=5l IT '' UL - HAVE " r ° HtPE "^V^ 2t 5OMEBOD S T / "TO HELP ME. DO MY ETTA Jh ET" I IGGING UP THE PAST By PACX BOBINSOM Dotr COO Vi«H 100 AMD HANDSOME" ODOt-O T CAM T«E r^6S MOCTTIMEQ - HE f?BMWOJ MS IOVE MADE A GYPSY* Mfr-EE^f ' ncrt-c. voeB-jjtf« SCO SAID AU THE AT GOOS«E ICPOWT we I TYLEF* TOUSCL AND IvtEH ^\ V i vwts v\.v. ALL mew, »oy, IF wou \ SET TO quvr JOB PLWi. «r TW' OH tue P*J«OU_" _ TOHETU' OW, Mt WUCW AMD PUU.6AMU) MOO RAM Vrt VBOKt ·twe THAT 9TUHT , cciM.-oVfEx.6owe StJE MM SOOH'S QET Vto»«E.- VTft WERE 1 AM, SPUD. BT AOV To fiO TO AfiAW US WHO OURS, we. ·r-ip-'^ ·**·.*. ·, f * I'M. fc * t ^ .... ,,,,«,,,. U, , (i,». (nuo t***« " BIG SIST1 B. .IN CALL By LES FOBGBAVE. '-S A R3(^ A Ki ,Os. WORRV AW PUT "O^e CHAR5 OP S /V, . ,. \HOR5fc5 A BVT,DOK. \« fc. : BlKXJV. DArfLL 6E. HeR£i A«0y MlftJUTE |/CMOfO: ^ DAQlL. 2£ HERE. t W A - ^ _ . « . - i ^ . »!__* . .--. »-.- . * .«_4 . «M . ..*" *^ -«^ * »^r Ml t K **S I fk^^r ill %T'£Z itW i ^ VilCTft. / * 1 JS* ttcxv v T we FOOO'l-U VOO J1-S HdX-O "V OUR, A err, !jpyngll. ISao. by Owtm! Prm AMM« ' OAO/ OAK) «3C fv.VER LATTE UX CAN TW«5 COMi*J* -^ OOR. OOOR.? we UJOJ'T ee-- 'T-AH/-eR; MISS ser HAT AKJO OC5AT FELIX TH E CAT DOMTT CWO- Ooy ,, 3OST GET »U-SV AWO -SPHVJ A OVER TKAO" fflKMMSS «Sip« ! | i'.i' i ·! SififtlSiffl-ifiS'Mfl Pfi B qi a m' THAT BI BEAR C4TTUE., A W O i X ' T QQTT OtiT O^ TV«E. M CAF" 5TU2B8 YE8, HVDEE )! PAPA LOVED HIS SCHOOL i 3JOWI3TA: fo -*-- WHEN VCMJ wiri. A urv. eov -- xv£ YD a v_iv^=. TO oo -via £ - weUU. NOW TO TO SCHOOL. VUUX. '.»--we LOve.D cHOOt- TO «jrirr .SUCH

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