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September 5, 1940

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INDIAN VAI,LEY RECORD Thursday, September 5, 1940 - i -- I I I * II I I LALA PALOOZA --A Terrible Strain " By RUBE GOLDBERG NOW, GIRLS, AFTER MAZIE'S 8tO ~ /~Ei~ I .EY, WHERE ,S THAT I I Y SHE MAY OPEN iN ! I'M JUST TESTING ~1 NU/VlSER, YOU SHOOT THE RIFLES/ [E'~Ptl I DISAPPEARING I LALJDI.~ THE SHOW TONIGHT /I NOW, WHAT } THE NET TO INTO THE AIR AND LALA, /kS /I~'P~i I BLIMP ? SHE'LL I --A--AV,BUT TOMORROW ]1 ARE YOU / SEE IF IT'S THE WOUNDED DUCK, JUMPS JJ/~pJ J DRIVE ME STARKt I I,/.~1 /,~, ] WILL BE ANOTHER /.I DOING? ~" STRONG ENOUGH ~-/~l INTO THE NET BEHIND THE ] /,~I~ J RAVING MAD! ~/ I IAIAT ,4, STORY! ~l '~--~-~ ,=~ TOHOLD ~ ~ *~lt4E ~l IT "~ .= "" -- F- Frank 3ay Markey Syndicate, InD. I S'MATTER POP-- Uncle Si Got a Kick Out of His By C. M. PAYNE [I MESCAL lEE e, S.L UN,L, N'O Tak-- ng' ny POP-- Snoring Again By J. MILLAR WATT I,~N SL~ I ~ ~ ~ ~ ;i~i~i~!~iii~:: ~ . I THE PRESENT By CLUYAS WILLIAMS EXCELLENT QUALIFICATION "Are you an expert accountant?" asked the prospective employer. "Yes, sir," said the applicant. "Your written references seem all right, but tell me more about your- self." "Well, my wife kept a household account for thirty days. One night after dinner I sat down and in less than an hour found out how much we owed our grocer." "Hang up your hat and coat," di- rected the employer. "The job's yours." Bachelors, Look Outl Mrs. Neighbor--I've been looking for my husband for two hours. Spinster--That's nothing. I've been looking for one for 20 years and haven't found him yet. Life and Hope "Can't the doctors extend any hope at all to the relatives of that very .rich man?" "No; they say he is Likely to Uve for years." I T;E SPORTING THING I I ';I don't care ff there hi a race today, l need my Ironi board." Gay Frock With Princess Waistline 7ITH her big roll-brim hat an~ Wnew patent leathers, she'~ look charming as a spring mor," ing, when she steps forth in s breezy little day frock made over pattern No. 1942-B. It's very si~ ple, very smart, with pretty ne~g" line and short sleeves outlined bY. two rows of braid, and with braid and buttons to trim the front a~, back panel The waistline is fltte I:/ Barbara Bell Patern No. 1942-B 1$/~ signed for sizes 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 Yv~' p. Size 6 requires 2~ yards of 35.inca '~: terial; 6 yards of'ric-rac. Send ordOr" SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN Dl~l~f' 14919 New Montgomery Ave. San Francisco CSW' Enclose 15 cents in coins tar Pattern Nq Size Name '"" Address ~ IN SAN FR .NCISC0 Dine at The Golden Pheasant POWELL AT GEARY OPPOSITE UNION SOU~ J Reckoned Love t~p There's beggary in the love can be reckoned.L-Shakespeare' AIRCRAFT FACT0 " Training at New Sellmmen elindnated--no high cmmmlu~ "~ 4 wk. riveting course $47.50. 8 wk metal" -v~- s, ~, ~, write Ior ~ ~uaiLfTing exammauon ~llll$" a contract untd you know more about AVIATION I"RAININ@ lmaYrruY~o.l~'~' ll4a w, 7th atreet - LII Alllmm~ Dtml Dilree --~1~ MonllY ,41~" ~-~MIM]~aR~ L. A. C~M~SiR OS' 0OMM~" LimRed View ,el Who stays in the valley ~ sees over the hill. WHEN YOU WANT THAT NEXT JOB OF IIIIII ' o.; et Sh What We Can IIIIIH!,ou IIHUH order by marl IIIMII tt to the o ioein