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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1948, Winona, Minnesota 18 AOGUST REX By Dal Curtis YOU TOOK LYNN YOU OLD WOMAN A i2O TOOT YACHT WITH A MOVIE wf JUST GOT It BEEN THAT APPENDIX IN TPY1MG LOMGE1 AND VCHJ FO AtMOCT TWO HOUPS AFTEB I BROUGHT THE CASE WEOE WED HAVE HAD A wi7is HANDS THAT SETTLES IM GOING TO TAKE IT UP WITH THE BOSS FIRST THING THIS MORNING iAV THE RSST ONE OUT OF THE OPFICE FVESY EvENlxS STEVE CANYON By Milton Caniff COUNT OP MOMTS MAN 15 AUVE INTO A BUBAL SHROUD AXP THROWN INTO THE SEA ACE YOU MEN IN MY PAMILJAE WITH THE WRITINGS OFTME FKEWTUMAN TOO BOUESEOI5 THE MNSUAKP OPANiWOSPBZ BUZ SAWYER By Roy Crane LAST FDR CHRISTY MILES MOMS THIS aTYOF STRANGE SOUNDS AND TROPICAL ACROSS EU ACROSS TMS ASIA AMD DOWM TUE MALAV PENINSULA AMD THE COAST OP SUMATRA 137 KOURS OfPZOUlflS RIP K1RBY DV AleX Raymond SMf TALK TO ITS AOJTE AND rr FTS pERFE I YYWOSE IT IS SHE MUST SE JUST COOL LADY I THE QUESTIONS AROUND AN IVHV WERE VCU SWIMMIM THE HAM5S IN THE ARH 1DU 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walks across a canyon on a tightjboobie to prove that young as he used to he is as Childish antics in a child are They are called because Or when George Bernard they belong to just to show the world that he is But childish antics in an still the worlds smartest as particularly in an old are serts authoritatively on his birthday that soap Is bad or people I used to be a great admirer of and that they shouldnt use it for j When I was a young my lone ambition was to write like him What is wrong with getting To be another Shaw was naturally and gracefully I the epitome of I get the cute you get the old hag LAFFADAY Today I pity the old Insteadj of keeping his mouth shut and re taining the admiration of the entire havent so why pretend opens his he puts not his are those people gaining but his age in i It isnt particularly I concede would rather stay would rather still have thejworld for what he used to and the the could still he makes a periodical and the ignorance of fool of Whenever he now But I What with their antics Whom are they fooling AH old folks with their And who do they think they areiuvenile all those oldj to think that they are entitled dress louder and be young more than once or longer more thev and than all their contemporaries fooling no one but Cori Section They are fooling no Human beings are subject to the They certainly are not fool laws of just as all other life ing j is subject to the same Growing old is something no one If God had meant to let us have can j two youths or a longer With age we lose in agility andj would have written the laws But we do gain in serenity j nature Why do you think there is than sliding down banisters and peace of Isnt better BEDTIME STORIES By HOWAED GAEIS Buster couldnt remember when Then what are you going to do his father had been ill I course Uncle Wiggily may have been j I am going to take care of my 11 when Buster was a little rabbit I father said Buster jut Buster wouldnt have rememiTm a Scout and we Scouts knowj bered little taking care of cases Since he had grown and Seof sickness or accident until come a Rabbit Buster couldnt doctor think of a time when his father My father is in Thats thei wasnt ready to hop around and best place for a sick Hei have some funny can lie there all night and Ill watch when Jackiebeside Ill give him a drink jand Peetie returned to camp afterof water when he wants Ill iplaying to the Uncle Wigstand Igily was found lying on a bed of Well help said pine tree branches in his We can take turns Whats the daddy askup with your father and giving hte led He looked inside the dfinks of itent at his Back of Buster Sure we barked stood the two puppy dogs and Toddyi Are you gomg to tell your moth jthe groundhog What Madder asked sickness have daddy Mother is at the an I I dont I think swered No one is at home perhaps I have caught cold or mayin our Daddy and I are be I have rabbit I cant going to the shore as soon as we you ooys get I cant even i close this now that Frank GodwinBet HnrtWng to eat lor idaddy is j dear This is said Im not so very Suppose we have your little girl play a selection for us right mud get it over DAILY FORTUNE FINDER To Jtarn yoor for from th in Lh of the alphabirt corrMpondint the numerals on the line of the lojrical period in which you were You will find it B C O t f G f V K M 12 11 7 IB 20 21 71 73 5 25 24 21 21MAT JUNE JULY I Cnce Wiggily from his pine bed in It sure baiked the In the morning perhaps What are we going to do askone of you can go for ed And when its Buster can With Uncle Wiggily the aailook in the woods an5 fields lor imal boys suddenly felt very to cure isome and somewhat afraid in their Ill do said woodland What kind of daddy i Buster braced He held some sassafras some iback the tears he wanted to peppermint leaves and maybe a bit 3 chough his lips rruivered a litof Those medicines will he said cure Im Its aH fellows Its 111 look for them first thing in The Rabbit Scout squeezed some There was a little light in the tent Rabbit juice for his Then from ame fireflies In a bottc Bud What do you mean its all Z you arent better and the other boys got their 7T a i asked Are yon going toJackie or Peetie will go get They didnt feel much denly Buster beard get Possum to come here and Possum while I stay here with me b2t they knew It fathers tent 111 tell make your father weJ Would you like something to sat best to take Then Busyou more tomorrow if ihe bottle of I dont believe like a sat In tae tent cough medicine doesnt stare sneez could get Possum up here to Just a little carrot with his who seemed to bejlng In the night and wake up the camp Hes too far you The ntgfrt JTCW
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