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INDIAN VAI,LEY RECORD Thursday, March 21, 1940 '-- 2, i ! This Started With [/V }1 An Old Car Seat I Wold automobiles for their graveyards are all too obvious. II I I I But how about that baekseat cush- ill " BE Big up ~v D 1o J Big ~ up u ~ up ~ mm i m m m m J ion with springs almost as good Ill /asnew? The sketch shows what "'' |1 became of one such seat iL-~" |1 It was padded out at the ends g I to make the back the same length BIG TOP By ED WHEELAN us ," INN I11 as the front. Extra padding wail also used on the top to make it smooth. A simple base with a back and wings was made of one* inch boards, to fit the seat. Next, came the cretonne slip-cover for / the spring seat, with a box pleated LALA PALOOZA --Love Is Blind By RUBE GOLDBERG / ruffle around the front and along StMATTER POP-- Ambrose Was to a Broadcast Once By C. M. PAYNE ~,N iffi Bell Syndleate.---WNU Service. EIC FIT INCHES OP SNOW FALLS IN UTAH {~,Tg/EEN fNE WAR ANP I"~IE WEAl"HI SLEET WOI~M$ SLOW :~OVJN TRAFFIC CITRUS F~UIT CROP DAMA6r--D other w'y and not passing the 'orse?" said a London cabman with exaggerated politeness to the fat lady who had just paid a minimum fare. "Why?" she inquired. "Because, if 'e sees wot 'e's been carryin' for a shilling 'e'll 'ave a fit." Collective English Exam Question -- Give three collective nouns. Student Flatt's Answer--Flypaper, wastebasket, and vacuum cleaner Hard Winter Coming Judge---What made you steal those socks? Accused--I don't know, sir--I must have been wool gathering. Not an Empty Wife--Where did all those empty bottles come from, John? John--Search reel I never bought an empty bottle in my life. B~P ~'Rtt'V~ tong ON it1~ tV~y "fOg c FI I:PO CONI=IEKNP.11ON WI'IENEVI'I ~l:)l~Pl~ ~IIW0NE "tO ~K blIEL'~ON~ the sides up to the wings. A bright peacock blue tone in the cretonne was used for seam cpr d- ings and was matched in paint for the wings and back of the seat. NOTE: Sewing Book 1 containS 32 pages of directions for making slip-covers and curtains; books 2 and 3 give directions for the era-. broidered pictures over the maw tel. The knitted rag rug and pil- lows in this sketch are in Book 4, Books are 10 cents each; if yotl enclose 40 cents with your order for four books (Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4) you will receive a FREE set o/ quilt block patterns of Mrs, Spears Favorite Early American quilt designs. Send your order to: MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS Drawer 10 Bedford Hills New York Enclose 10 cents for one book. ot 40 cents for four books and set of quilt block patterns. Name Address 'As Thin as Thin' Gold is one of the most mal- leable of metals and can be ham mered out into sheets one 300,000t~ of an inch in thickness. Goldbeat" er's skin is the base on which the beaten gold is imposed. The gold itself is known as gold leaf, and it is of amazing thinness. HenCe the necessity for a suitable base to carry it. The best leaf is made from carat gold, and is usually beate~a out until it is only one 280,000th of an inch in thickness. i# WOMENI Relieve Trying Days by taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- scription over a period of time. Helpt build physical resistance by improving nutritional assimulatlon.--Adv. In One's Place It is surprising to observe ho~' much more anybody may become by simply being always in hiS place.--Salina Watchman. WHY SUFFER FunctkmaJ FEMALE COMPLAINTS I.~a']a F Plnk.h.a.m's Veletablo Compmlad nan nmped Thousands I Few women today do not have some sign ~. functional trouble. Maybe you've notio$~ YOURSELF getting r~fleu, moody, n~ de~:-em~,dla ately--your work too much fer you .-- "~nen try lydia E. Plnkham s Vesetab~ uompound to neip quiet unstrtmz nerw~ relieve monthly pain (cramlm, backache, headache) end weak dizzy fainting spe~ due to functional disorders. For over years Plnkham's Compound ham helped h~ areas of thousands of weak, rundowo v0tm women. Try 0 A Human Dissatisfied It is better to be a human being dissatisflvd than a pig satisfied.-" J. S. Mill. -4. In the Shopplnl Center. Mod~r~ comfort at reosonoble DeiceS. $1.00 without bath. $t.sOwltlS beth. Attrooflve weekly fatelk 245 POWELL .','.~ Company in Misery It is a comfort to the unfor" tunate to have companions in woe. --DeGravina. ~OUR~ GO MUCH DASH IN FEATHERS. Victory of Peace Peace hath her victories no leSS renowned than war.---Wilde. . .o. .o s