Holland Evening Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 22, 1963, Holland, Michigan
THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, tVENING SENTINEL
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I WHAT A STORM.1 WHEN I LEFT NOME IT WAS MAILING IME SIZE OF , ICE CUBES///
Getting the weather-report FROM THE COMMUTERS WHO give WITH THE FISH STORIES;
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CLIFF MEGGINSON, -VOT ZI HALFORD Ave., — —
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WON'T HAVE TO U/A(T A WHOLE VEAR TO . GET PAIR UKE I HAO TD.' >
^HEBE^MXJR < DIME, SOREHEAD NOU) WE'RE ^ EVEN J >
LEND A DIME, BONNIE. VOO KNOW I'M GOOP FOR ITT,
DAILY PATTERN Boots-Two Heights
A LOAN? NO] I DIDN'T NEED MONEY—I'D SAVED ENOUGH TO BUY THE a * S HOPI ^
'I JUST WAAS TEP TO KNOW IF HE THOUGHT IT WOULD BE A GOOP INVESTMENT. "
>OU DIDN'T HAVE AN ARGUMENT WITH YOUR UNCLE—ABOUT ^ A LOAN?
LET ME CHECK ON THE SHOP, BILL' I'D LIKE TO KNOW WHY THE MAN WANTS ^ TO SELL.' A
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I KNOW— I SAW HILDA r AND SHS • . TOuD ME
SHE WANTS YOU ^ TO CALL ETHEL AT | NANCY S AND CHECK.
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( rot bet the*e cozy boots in 2 heights Easy to crochet and to trim with gav pu(f-stitch Pattern HIH directions sizes small, medium, large included Send FIFTY-FIVE CENTS in coin* for this pattern.
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Printed F’attern 4734 Misses Sizes IO. 12. 14. IO. 18, 20 Size 16 requires 3L yards 45-inch fabric
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by Bob Naylor
DONNIE WANTS TO ACCEPT SEVERAL UNFORTUNATE >
BOYS INTO OUR y-----
HOME AS t-A ^ •
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-ANDTTt) BEDUST FOp\ ABOUT IT SON I TV4I5 ONE WEEKEND DAD, V-TILL OFFICER BRENNER /Af I J fig
GETS HOME FROM IVIE J Ffvg Urn
HOSPITAL—PLEASE? / ll
A man everybody always thought was honest and so on. doing a thing like that, running away from that accident The way they act—” you could guess that that they referred to his parents, bitterly — “you think nobody grown up ever did anything wrong! I.ike being an outcast or something Well, 111 have to stick it until June, but then I'm getting out.”
(To Be Continued i
by Charlet Kuhna
TR YIN' OUT MY DAMPY ) |
New BROOM / -A I
GOODNESS, GUESS I GOT CARRIED AWAY...
GOLLY GRANDMA, WHY ARE YA SWE ERIN' THE WALK— ^
by Carl Anderson
OLD HOME TOWN
By R. J. SCOn
SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK
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