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The Lowville leader. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1943-1953, December 16, 1943, Image 7

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s#H v V *>& *-£? ^ iiT ^ * J- -sra** - *.« „ » ?-£&• V ? •5 • V\'u-*?V. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1943 THE LOWVILLE LEADER Page Seven -ter-r- TS* 1 ami SPARKY WATTS By BOODY ROGERS SPARKY, I'M EXPERIMENTING WITH A KITTEN- -ANP I MAY PI5COVEI? A WAY TO KEEP THE KAYS PROM PAPiNO: OH,HE HAS STALKEP OFP SOME PLACE-- \SINCE TH' £ILLY THING 1$ FULL OP COfMlC KAYS HE THINKS HE'$ A LION/ LALA PALOOZA —Mysterious Food By RUBE GOLDBERG REG'LAR FELLERS—Quiet, Please! By GENE BYRNES POP—No Kidding By J. MILLAR WATT THAT'S THE f^VWHAT'S R.C.Ovm^ f HE THERE J&g STAND FOR. RAISING KANE—Lonesome By FRANK WEBB /pUMKy DOESN'T PLAy WITH \p i ME MUCH ANV MORE, SlNCe^' ', HE MET THAT LITTLE G-tRL/) / eoLLy y MAyee HE'S V \ TlOED OF ME AND IS/' ^ TOO POLITE TO TELL) >~--T we/ r-—.'si. tud.ifr SjnJitait /'©CESS » <xXX>LDNT M(ND) I IT SO MUCH <F I HAD A / { LITTLE PLAyMATE OF PGESENT5 . \COLOSSAL PEOPLE' tFENWICK FlNGEtf&WE, THE GENIUS CUHO IN- VENTED NOISELESS PEANUT 0R/TTLE, FOR USE (N THEATERS/ CROSS TOWN Bv Roland Coe, 'YOB want a RIDE!—What d'yuh think this is—ConeySslanW\ PRIVATE BUCK By Clyde Lewis •PORT MEAOg \Isn't that your company, DEAR 2*' Toy Chest Can Be Wheeled About; Has a Combination Top and Table CHEST MAY BE MADE WITH OR WITHOUT —--« ^^HEELS AND RiOPf HANDLES •V? ^ STEMCIL THE DECORATIONS TT'S nice to dream about a nurs- •*• ery where children have all their clutter and playthings but this winter we will be thinking about ways and means lor every- one to have their special interests, hobbies and pleasure right in whichever cozy room that may be heated easily. That is the way it was done in the \good old days\; and there is certainly no reason that we can't do it now with a few special ideas of our own in the way of efficiency and. comfort. Why not make a gay toy chest that may be wheeled into the room? And why can't the lid. be used for a play table? You may have scraps of plywood or composition board that may be used for the chest. Even the wheels of this chest are cut out of wood, and here is a good chance to use some of those odds and ends of bright paint that you have saved. * * * NOTE—Mrs. Spears has prepared di- rections for making this chest with wood- en wheels, folding table top, with full size patterns and color guide for the stenciled decorations for the sides, ends, top and wheels. Price of pattern which is No. 252 is 15 cents. Address: MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS Bedford Hills New York Drawer 10 Enclose 15 cents for Pattern No. 252. ^ £&€-'*£& --J- -fr We can't make enough Smith Bros. Cough Drops to satisfy everybody, because our out- put is war-reduced—so please buy only as many as ycu really need. Through three gen- erations and five wars, Smith Bros. Cough Drops have given soothing relief from coughs due to colds. Still only 5tf. SMITH EROS. COUGH DROPS BLACK OR MENTHOL— 5# MARK ^dtt to waxm P%£Hn moderate oven _X rtes. Ma*es «• __ minutes. tioa 7 A? of e«> re. with \•east Ts J .BREAD; BASKET >,| CAMELS STAY r Kb d M • • • because they're packed fro go round the world S O THAT Yanks from Sicily to the Solo- mons will get their cigarettes fresb, the way tfaey like 'em, Camels are packed to seal in that famous Camel flavor and mild- ness anywhere .. . for months at a time. i** LV. NOTICE, when you open your pack of Camels, the rich, fresh aroma of costlier tobaccos-—taste their full, round flavor, and-notice how cool- smoking and slow-burning they are .. . good reasons why Camels are FIRST IN THE SERVICE The favorite cigarette with man in the Apy, Navy* Marines, and Coa^^iucrd Is tamet {BaseH on actual sales records.}- ! -4 1 I JSL It •2 * \* <-\b •*- XT* ^ -

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