The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 26, 1930 · Page 23
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 23

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 26, 1930
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Wp][)NT'JriD\Y, FEBRUARY 2 JJAJLJLJX C U U K 1 E K , LOMVffiL..L WLLLilfi, FA. Wil and -,, j rmmo SO COOL HE FORGOT A few minute 4 ! aftfr an alarm of fire was j[lven Ir n hotnl, one of the guests Joined the jtronp that was watching t h e flrj, find chaffed them on thalr npparon excitement. "There was nothing to I e excited about," he said. "I took tny tlra* abont dress- 1ns, lighted » djrtrette, didn't like the knot in my necK-tle, «o tied It orer again--thutNi how cool I was." "Flno," one of his friends remarked, "but why dldn' you put on your panU?" Discreet Rettraint "TMri j o u over t h i n k of telling yonr ·^HV to quit driving from the buck seat ? ' "Ne-.or" ansnored Mr, Churns. "On Mich occasions there's plenty of ma t h r i f t 1 for argument, without adding yjin)iili f t t l f i n s "--Washington Star. MoJornUra j ' A l n s ' " sighed the disappointed suitor, "the girl of my dream* ha* married another and all hop* of winning her 1) gone " 'Cheer up," acvised his best friend, "she'll probably be bock In circulation agnln by ttfs time next year." MISTAKEN IDENTITY It happened trat two men bearing the same name, one a clergyman, the other a business man, both lived In ths wane city. The clergyman died, and about the same time bin uelghbor went to southern California. When the business man arrived there, h* uenl hlB wife a telegram Informing her of tils jafe jonrn?y, but u n f o r t u n a t e l y It ivas delivered to the widow of the late preacher V hat was the surprise of t h e good woman to rend, "Arrived sfift i v - ~ ' i e n t terrific." LOOKING A H E D A shopkeeper wanted to p h e his son a good education to fit lilin for carrying on the business a f t r t he had gone. He interviewed the principal of the school. "Yes," said thi master, "we will do our best but Is t h r r e any particular course of study ) ou wish y o u r son to pursue?" "V/rtl, now yru mention It, there Is. I notice j o u teach biology. That ·would be handy for him. as then he ·would be able to do aU his own huy- ' M X w h e n he tooK over the bus!nefs " COVERED THEM He--Olrli used to have curves. . , She-- Ye*- and hid 'em. ! IF A SVSW FAINTEIS. Atore.esse AL.U HIS THE c W OOSJt HOV/ MANY K N O C K . OUT of» "r WOW ^a TOOTS r vspr. 1 PAGE TWBNTY-THRBE. y irnirny HOME A HAR :EL THE. PcrtAtoE^? ^s/ Vou DON-T tso TOOTS » CANT 1 COME | THINCr AT AMD RELAX AFTER I OF-F1C EXCEPT 3 DAV AT THE OFFI-CE I I HAVE "YOUR PEET OM HJT "YOU A'SWIMdr ME. EL THE POTATOES ? TIRGD \VHI=M I f FeA I M A VER-V BOV BU"2IN5;: MAN AND WHEW i LEAN) BACV! IM MT 1 CMAIR. j WITH MT V~EET ON M DHSW A "Sl^rN |M BU3T TELU ME Vou IF THE 9y5 ASK?- ME ffl WHY I M BEHIND WITH THE. *« CORREe-POsiPeNCe. 1'U. TELL. W I M I V E BEEN) TOO TFET , I Ml^HT HA.VE. IT BB CAUSE. "TVJ1CE LAST NA/EEVd "YOU FOP^CfT TO STOP AT THE BUTCHERS 6ET 'iOME AND TODA- POR60T TO dj-ET ·WHAT A ! THAT, TOOTS? ETTA KK'J"' J'LEASURE BEFORE BPSEVESS Bv PAUL BOBINSO3 ETTA stitt has en trunt 3nd tho ENES CUD(^ -to DID Xoo met POT M"f -4EAf?T ·JUST ANNTHWG Vou-o UK VAE^ GOMCo A ANOCAtt.fc- MAKE ME TIM T Y t f ' I TYM YOTTNG. A VAWOTET-- GET 40 THAY5 WHAT 1 see AttO \ ABOUf. HOT ao\H TO ROOM WERE. eo so FAR. ^H one TAKE ft AH UOUR AH^ TO SET MOU AWE HO LOHQER 'SWM vPERWOUR.'.ti ' 1'HU.Of OFHEE BET El LES [ M OADOY ! \ M OAOPVl \ UJr- H e « e p , I'VE Bee \) , i OU3NT MOVE AMD THE OA«. HIT ME - 8V3T NO 81S AND I WON'T 136 HERE CM -WORRIED A8OOT 'BCX/T C A M . I'M HURT BUT t'M HURT OAO. us T£5 Me. AU- "JOO'VE OT To ' o' FELIX THE CA» Goswl OUT vTS DARK IH TWk IV\A,Vt»«: "I. COUL.O LlHT-SwtTCH! 1. OM CJIP" S IT WORE POOR Tti?PIE OUT

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