The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 13, 1930 · Page 15
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March 13, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 15

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Y. M VP.rEI 111, ID30. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSV ILL 3, MUlionaire's Daughter Broadway Stage Star PAGE FIFTEEN. OH. I5.THAT « WELL,THAT'S HER NA/EARINCT A YOU-VE £OT TO ADMIT FOR. WOK ·iE- A4 A. FOKM OF A LOT OF BUIT WAV BE AU IN «?»OrvlE CASE-i, BUT MY WIFE. DOESN'T NEED TO REtUCi'. SHE'S 'VE. NEVER. MET -YOUR. NVHEREIJID * IM HANDS WITH CAW WEULAFFDKp PERPECT A-5 I T 15 = TO LoeE. A FEW POUMD-5., CASPER. 1 . ANVMORE A )ET ANts HER. TO DIET'. 1930, Km» F..lur«« Syflillot.. Inc., Ctwl Britain right* tM«r»«l. |i; Miss Elizabeth Upthegrove. daughter of the millionaire pr«sidcnt of the St Louis Southwestern Railway, ia attracting attention in her comedy role of a recent itage production. She graduated from Vassar in 1927 at the age of twenty. Her fat bar haa never objected to her Btaza caMtsr, although he admitted h« "did not quite understand it." ETTA KETT A MOBEBN CO! YENIENCE Br PAUL ROBI?I^ON ETTA'S TB.IOW IS AGAJM TWIS- EVE SOMttHlMG C06HTTO R6 DONE 10 MAKETHEM ON TIME:- I'VE TOED THAT. 1 V4AITT11JL MO- NIGKCT AMDrU. 3HDY4NOO THATTHING? fT UICE A «?ADIC W NOVi (SOIN6TO 00 A UTTUE Seek Senate Honors in Montana t Wj^'nn-HBHup rtrnl PIOM Auortntlon, Ia«. [if q.jft I M T Y L K B TYM YOUSG. AHOIVETT AT WEIX, TWEKETWEM AH E OC COUT--AU. OLD ROMD VltTDCD OS AOUT*. VET'TAY«: A v*wc eesowr WUESlE TW«M-fl.e / MouCAKfVM OVER QOIMQTbUVeiVt: | WTWSOVfE 50 MOU C*H ALL Mr. O. H, P. Shelley, of Red Lodge, Montana, has announced his candidacy for the Republican Senate nomination. Mr Shelley will endeavor to succeed Senator Walsh of that State. Liquor Law Violation Lifer Gets New Trial BIG 8ISTKU. CTATIOS8 By LES FOBUBAVE. 7 DOCTOR, ' THE OF IT i-s., r voo CAKJ. ALL. tOC'LL i VO'J HUR.R.V OUT AfO ' . r TOLD KEEP THAT 5UJEEPER CMOV1K3' BUT CM 5TRO*JG. I CXDALL THAT.' IT'LL BE FUNJ.' 'T TME (5OV5 M HOM6.OAD YOU KNOUJ IT MEAN'S AW AUIFUL LOT TO HU5Tl_e SAC«. AM -n-e . OA.O AM 1 AFTER THl-5 VOO EAT Mrs. EM a Mae Miller, mother of nine children, was granted a new trial by the State Supreme Court at Lan^ng, Mich., after she had been sentenced to life imprisonment for a violation of the liquc* law. _ She waa the first woman In Michigan to be so sentenced. Gov Fred W. Green recently commuted the sentence to from 7 to 16 years (International New«re«]) FELIX THE UMSKUU. |J PAT SULLIVAN. MOST tttT DEAR KOAH 38 IP WAB-B1TA CABBASST HBAO, WOULD THE HAI^B TURNIP? ASMOUO I.OM«1«»WN SC MOAH-" IF A WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE x% Coi.oie.ep IT 8E READ? *M))CB - . _ _ __ MOAH* IF YOO"P!LAN : ? VVOOUO YOU USE Pf?ooP SEEDS'^ Alice HAT OU6HTTA TEACH IT SOMETHING ftvsj c'r^oN

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