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The Coolidge examiner. [volume] (Coolidge, Ariz.) 1930-current, June 22, 1934, Image 3

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THE COOLIDGE EXAMrKER
ENOUGH!ENOUGH!
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Wlfey—How does my new bath
ing suit look?
Toro—Urn —looks to me like two
weeks’ salary.
ROCKED THE BOAT
Frank—A good canoeist? Well, I
guess I ain. Only tipped over twice
, In nay life.
Maude—How many times have
you been out?
Frank—Twice.
HIGHBROW
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Customer—Well, Snipps, how's
business?
, Snipps—Doctor Snipps, If you
: please. My alma mater, the In
quisition Harbor college, has Just
given me the degree of tonsorlal
’ artist. Doctor Snipps. T. A.
BEFORE AND AFTER
“So the pie tasted like a pie your
mother used to make?"
“Yes, ma'am, before me sadder
bought her a cook book."
CITY STUFF
“You must have many queer ex
periences In the city.”
"We do. Once I actually run
across a fellow whose name was Hi
ram.”
CRUELTY
“Oh. Joy! Oh Joy! I’ve lost ten
pounds!”
"Don't worry, dearie. You’d never
I notice it at aIL”
ENOUGH!ENOUGH!
PATTERN SUITED TO
FROCKS OF VARIOUS
TYPES AND FABRICS
PATTERN 17aa
1762. Cb*m,C&U*nS
You'll soon be needing one of these
completely new morning dresses, as
warm days are well on the way. The
design of this little frock Is so adapt
able to Ideas of your own, you can
use the same pattern to make sev
eral different dresses. Make It all of
I \ Tinted wnsh silk or of solld-col
►Nd pale blue, green or rose cotton
fabric. Or you can mnke the wlng-
Ilke sleeve effect of a harmonizing or
contrasting material—and you’ll have
still another m>w and very exciting
dress. Really as lovely for after
noons us for mornings, and expresses
gaiety In no small way!
I’attern 1782 Is available In sizes
14. Id. 18, 20. 32, 34, 30, 38, 40. 42 and
44. Size 10 takes 3*4 yards 30-Inch
fabric. Illustrated step-by-step sew
ing Instructions Included.
Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) in
i coins or stumps (coins preferred) for
this pnttern. Write plainly name,
address and style number. HE SURE
TO STATE SIZE.
Address orders to Sewing Orel#
, Pattern Department, 243 West Sev
enteenth street, New York City.
WOW I
Hub —Where's that new dress you
bought? I haven't seen you wearing
It yet.
Wife—Huh! I saw our neighbor,
Mrs. DeSnob, wearing one Just like
it, so I gave It to the next door laun
dress and made her wear It while
hanging up the clothes so the snooty
thing could see her with It on.—Cin
cinnati Enquirer.
Ths Brute
Mrs. Knagg—My heart Is broken.
My darling little Fido Is no more.
Mr. Knagg—That's good. Hither
to the pup has been altogether too
much. —Brooklyn Eagle.
One Out
“I’ve Just been having a tussle
1 with the dentist.”
“Which beat?”
“It ended In a draw.”
Bub-Hairtd Bandit
“Were you excited when you first
asked your husband for money?”
“Oh, no, I was calm —and collect
ed.” —Scranton Times.
WRIGLEYS
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