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April 25, 1940     Indian Valley Record
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INDIAN VALLEY RECORD IlII I I Thursday, April 25, 1940 I II II $i m I use Young i i ii i i i i i i P BIG 'lUi By ED WHEELAN LALA PALOOZA --He Ought to Stop W en He Reaches the Ocean By RUBE GOLDBERG 00~' 51"ART "114~ M OM I-~/kRTIM I$ POP------Adjustment Necessary ---BY --J" MILLAR WATT -- . I RI I4T AMOUNT I I. ~L~~~ I L ~ I , STRONG MEN By GLUYAS WILLIAMS KNEW BETTER Pat, the Irishman, placed three dollars cn the counter. "I want a license for my mother, miss," he said to the young attend- ant. She gave him a superior look. "You don't want a license for your mother," she replied. 'That I do," said Pat, "she's bought a dog." Home Specimens Mother--Jackie, dear, what did you do in school today? Little Jackte- We had nature study, mother. Each pupil had to bring specimens from home, Mother--And what did you bring, precious? Little Jackle--I brought a bedbug and a cockroach. Tooth Hurry Chinaman (ringing up dentist)- What time you flxee teeth for me? Dentist--Two-thirty. Is that aU right? Ch~aman--Yes, tooth hurty, all right, but what time you flxee? Cheerful News TEN PAYS NOTICE 6WEN F MILIES TO VA(ATE The Rescue of an Old Wicker Chair By RUTH WYETH SPEARS THIS chair, now so smart in its sateen cover, button tufting and moss fringe trimming, barely escaped the trash burner. It had been such a comfortable chair that everyone hated to see it go. Sis said it was out-of-date and pos- itively untidy. Someone suggest- ed it might be covered. Mother said that wouldn't be a bad idea if it could be padded first! That gave Sis a brain wave. Why not tuft it? By pushing a long darn- ing needle back and forth through I/#~~ BATTING BASTED TO I the cover, padding and openings in the wicker? She had been wanting a tufted chair, so work began at once. The sagging arm rest, maga" zine holder and frayed-out wicker around the legs were removed. The chair was padded and cov- ered, as shown, and a new seat cushion was added. The tufting was done by sewing through tight, Iy with heavy carpet thread~ add" ing a button on each side of the stitch CNOTE:hanlzinl Detailed directions for g" g an old iron bed into the latest style are given in .Mrs. Spears' Book No. 3; also how to make "The Rug That Grew UP With the Family." Thirty other fascinating ideas for Homemak ers. If you want to use this idea, better clip it out now for back numbers cannot be supplied. Don't delay in sending name and address with 10 cents coin for Book No. 3. Send order to: I MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS~ I Drawer lO 1 I Bedford Hills New yorg I i Enclose 10 cents for Book NO. 8"1 I Name '"I I Address ~,1 FEEL GOOD Here is AmazlnI Relief of CondlUons Due to SluIglsh Bowels ~~ If you think all la~tlv~. "- . . . .'" . III vegetable IlgltJlNb SO mild, thorough, refreshing, Invigorating. pendable relief from stck headaches, bilious tired feeling when associated with constipa ~ lll~l~ii~ n|~I# get a 25c box of Nt~ from IIlIIIUUi III10111 druggist. ~lake the test---~ if not delighted, return the box to us. We refund the purchase price. Thalt'e fill, Get NR Again Wounded When time has assuaged the wounds of the mind, he who U~r seasonably reminds us of there opens them afresh.--Ovid. THE AWFUL PRICE YOU fAY FOR BEING Read These Important Factsl. Quivering nerves can makeyou old, hsggst~ cranky--can make your life a nightmaZe ~" Jealousy, self pity and "the blues," ~.m Often such nervoUsness i~ due to ~.~ functional disorders. So take famous E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to.~[ calm unstrung nerves and les~sn fun~lo~ "irregularities." For over 60 years giving Pinkham's Compound has helped ~ of thousands of grandmothers, mothers ~ugh~rs "'(n time of need." Trg iff Condition as Character He that has character need ha~ no fear of his condition: Char acter will draw conditions afag it.--Beecher. Kills Many Insects For Long Life .- d, Every man desires to live ~ but no man desires to be ola, Swift.