Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 24, 1975 · Page 146
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 146

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 24, 1975
Page 146
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I and AAV DAD SENT ME OVER TO APOLOGIZE. by MORT WALKER and DIK BROWNE FIRST OF ALL, YESTERDAY YOUR PAPER WOUND UP BLOWING ALL OVER THE YARD.s, EVERYBODY MAKES MISTAKES. AND I-ACCIDENTLY COLLECTED TOO MUCH LAST AND TWICE i FOR60T TO DELIVER YOUR PAPER AND YOU DIDN'T EVEN COMPLAIN. LIVE AND ^\ LET LIVE. £) Hint -Peaiur»» Synaicatt. Ine '. 107S. World rights f«s«ived. BOY, MR. THURSTON is SURE EASY TO LIVE WITH / WHAT HAPPENED TO MRS. THURSTON? Featuring: HARRIET STANLEY PARKER "When Stanley said he was going on the wagon I didn't know he meant the BAND WAGONl" "I'm glad you called, Marge. I've been talking to Stanley and the plants, and I've gotten the same response out of both." "I was pleased that they all enjoyed them* *elves, especially those people that we never laid eyes on btfort," 'He suffers from teh »jbiti»." *'Ht can't come to the phone right now . . , h«'i at the crematory." by JACK MOORE STOP SHOWIN' OFF! \NE ALL YOU CAN TALK NOW... T BUG -WE, QUACK QGACK WHEN YOU LEARN SONAE MORE , AH'LL TALK TO YOU BUT AH; I MEANT, PUCK:

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