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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 June 1938

Wi -I:" ' usWMs, -W : < ' ■ m I m w*- ■ £dir-- 4 y*r- JUNE 17, 1936 rttf SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PACE FIVE : Cottage Prayer Service Held By Hro. J. H. Pitman MESQUITE — Mr. and Mrs. Ike Hestand were hosts Sunday afternoon to community res: dents for a cottage prayer ser- vice. There were 34 present. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Ussery are to be hosts next Sunday. Miss Pauline Hair visited Misses Lola and Beulah Wil- liams Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Samples and family visited Sunday night in the; home of hs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams. Farmers in this section of the county have most of their grain crops gathered. Combines have been running day and night. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Cooper visited relatives Sunday after- noon near Loraine. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Porter had as their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Redus, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hamilton and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hestand visited Sunday with her bro- ther and family, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Campbell. Misses M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 June 1938

•y■ •'A®*!' s;-<i•; - '• ':-' '■ ;■ . , / ', •; - '* .' ■'J ' •■ ', • t " / i ■ *-•■- <*• 3WEETWATHI REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS rancos ■VCivil far Enters Its Second Year Make Qains In 'Violent Loyalists Driven Prom Pyrenees Sector; 70 Per Cent Under Francos Rule HENDAYE, Franco • Spanish Frontier — (UP) — Insurgent armies under direct orders from Generalissimo Francisco Franco for "violent offensives" on all fronts today reported important gains along three scattered bat- tle lines as Spain's civil war entered its 24th month. As the war neared its second anniversary with 70 percent of the Spanish domain under Fran- co's red and gold flag, neutral military observers listed a toll of 1,000,000 casualties in its w^ke. It was estimated that 50,000 casualties, military and civilian, have resulted from Franco's re- cent air raids up and down the Mediterranean east coast. Insurgents Achievements Franco's orders for "violent offensives," believed due to his desire for a major second ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 June 1938

ter KQ mm SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS S ?> W 'Spe ciallzlng In Ice Cream for parties, etc. All flav- ors. Thick Malted Vanlllu Pt. 10c Qt. 20c Milk Paradise Ice Cream (Next Ezell Hotel) J* lit b- t |r, le, >y lie HAIIt CUT 25c To insure greater comfort in Barber Work for our cus- tomers we have our shop AIR CONDITIONED We Invite you to visit us REAGAN'S BARBER SHOl 121 W. Broadway J. A. Cupp V. O. Bengali 'Say Ah-h!" As M. D.'s (Motor Doctors), we've studied under every make of car. If yours is act- ing queer or if you're plan- ning a trip soon, why not drive it over to our clinic for an examination. i I MOTOR TESTING Our e x |t e r t mechanics know how to use our newest type .Mitchell Mo- tor Tester. POP'S IS TOPS Dial 2872 And Be Convinced Broughton Motor Company 1st Door N Blue Bonnet Hotel Pabst Beer $2.50 Case T. & P. CAFE L. & L. CAFE Dance LAKE INN Repair Loans 5% F.H.A. • Made on Your Income And Credit Record • Open Note • .1 Years to Repay • No Coll...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 June 1938

iiffi V ■M -r——' -i-fc. .:■" > r< v,. Jiife ;• C •'■ it'-""-■■ v'^sfc: v. * >rtunity for flic to View fork Being Done Organization to Begin 1 Operation on 12-Month Basis on July 1 . To acquaint the public with the operation of the WPA nur- sery school upon the inaugura tion of a 12-months' set up be ouse June 2 7-July t held for one week beginning inning July 1, open house is to l3 1 June 27, according to Mrs. El- sie Robinson, chairman of the executive board. There are 37 children on the rolls of the school, average daily attendance being 32, Mrs. I. R. Wallis, supervisor, stated. Each of the tots is taught dis- cipline along with play and proper feeding habits. "Psycho- logical investigations showing that the first six years of a child's life are of great impor- tance for educational purposes, our attention is given to see- ing to better habits, where char- acter is developed," Mrs. Wal- lis said. Learning to put his forces in- to action at an early age a child must be gu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

wmBa/iw $£ ;> W' ' V . .« !> - ■'.« :,M i m&H* tori/'.' m-m rww'w'm? y'fiify. Its te# py |& |ort lm e- le 31' Ide |te, ler In t ^ of Heiress Defies Parental Frown • i % % Hk Wells To Cease ¥ ¥ ¥ Sweetwater Reporter VOLUME XLI (10 PAGES, 2 SECTIONS) SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 1938(8 PAGES COMICS) NUMBER 65 MAN KILLED IN TRENT ACCIDENT Although Commodore Hdgar F. Ijuckcnbach, her wealthy shipping magnate, father objected vigorously to her marriage at the age of 18, Andrea (Bubbles) Luckeiihaeli and William Dobhs. 22-year-old butter and egg man of Forest Hills, were wed in New York. Holdup Victims Positively Identify Suspect 3 Three holdup victims, C.^ "Dutch" Roberts, Lewis Rob-1 erts and W. W. Pickett, late Friday positively identified Cur- tis Couch, youthful Abilenian.as one of two men who, at the ~ point of a pistol, held them up at Scott's Wrecking company and Dent Bead's filling station and took approximately $30, about $15 from each of them, in j simultane...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

iSf# $4 ft* bJBtmii k ■ r' ; 0 B*M<Ts Oat CuK Crowd On Feet As Desperate Battle Wages In Loop Race When two ball clubs are out for blood, and when neither team will give an inch, there is bound to be a good game. Fighting bitterly for eight inn- ings, Gulf and M-M lived up to all expectations, M-M downing the Gulf crew, 5-4 Friday night, night - Gulf made the first runs of the game in the second inning, when two orange-clad men rounded the plate. Gulf then ripped all Magnolia attempts to score until the fourth, when the latter brought in two tallies, ty- ing it up. In the fifth M-M brought in two more and Gulf retaliated with another pair, again tying the score. It took eight innings for M-M to edge out the scrappy Gulf ten, neither team being able to Bcore in the seventh. M-M blast- ed Gulf hopes in the eighth and was able to score Miller off Clary's single. The Gulf boys got 11 hits, While the Medicos took 9 from Buddy Lee. Lee walked one and struck out one. Hunt walked 3 and s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

.• 'Ji&SmMrtSFt &•. ik#Kn'\r& -■ • Ps-?:«■ iv- ; ■ ■ * " " '• J-"'- ■ •' • ': SWEETWATER EEPMTB* i 'M& £& w* iy ; V | hm& ^ hot r ,, uasswA ■ vifV lUuXUl'JlY.i , IX (Subs • Churches !./■ Miss Ena MacQueen To Be Presented In Organ Recital At Presbyterian Church p\ Li At four o'clock this afternoon at the First Presbyterian church, Thomas Dawes will present ^Miss 6na MacQueen, in an or- gan recital, assisted by John Barry Hubbard, tenor, Joe O'Ril- lion, Houston, baritone and Mrs. ^R. D. Goodson, pianist, in the ^following program: Prelude in F. Major, J. S. Bach, Opus 28, Volume 11, No. IV, Dudley Buck, Ena Mac- Queen. • "Where E'er You Walk" (from opera "Semele") Handel, "Trade Winds" Keel, John Barry Hub- bard, accompanied on organ by Mrs. J. H. Hubbard. _ "Pilgrims Song of Hope," Ed- %uard Batiste, Ena MacQueen. Valse, Opus 34, M. Moszkowi, Mrs. R. D. Goodson. Largo from "The New World Symphony,'^(itii'ton Dvorak ^transcribed by Lemare). "It Is Enough," (fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

h}; ■ mmF®PP . -..hi-i?' ' . 1 • -rirTJ j'- More Than 300 Years Ago I i ' The evolution of ice cream, iron the* first crude attempt to freeze ices, or cream, to the m present palatable product, rec- ognized as a nutritious and pleasing food, is an interesting story. Many of the facts of that evolution are vague and unre- liable. Charles I of England, 300 years ago, had a clever French chef, who. by his discovery of frozen cream, so delighted the king and gourmets that he re- ceived a pension of 20 pounds a year for life. Though he was pledged to secrecy that this con- coction be reserved for use of the royal table, the secret was out by 1049, when Charles 1 was beheaded. Chilled Wines, Beverages Lee cream, undoubtedly, had its beginning in the chilled wines and iced beverages of an- tiquity. Alexander the Great was fond of iced drinks. Nero, who lived, ruled and caroused in the first century, sent slaves to the mountains for snow and ice to cool and perhaps freeze his favored fruit ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

o i) !• > !• f * I I I > ■ a d ' rV:i M":' ' 'a"'?,= V' ■a s* (*v ti ^ fTJ? L > • MADl ffp e ciallzing In Ice Cream for parties, etc. All flav- ors. Thick Matted Vanilla Pt. 10c Qt. 20c iu gA g Paradise let Cream (Next Kzell Hotel) HAIR CUT 25c To insure greater comfort in ' Barber Work for our cus- • tomers we have our shop AIR CONDITIONED We Invite you to visit us REAGAN'S BARBER SHOI 121 W. Broadway J. A. Cupp V. O. Reagan Repair Loans 5% F.H.A. 0 Made on Your Income And Credit Record 0 Open Note 0 3 Years to Repay 0 No Collateral Required Let us figure out your program to paint, paper, remodel, repair or make an addition to your home. Jennings Lumber Co. • Reasonable Rates • Easy Terms • Signature Only Investigate our new plan for paying for a new or. used car or making neces- sary repairs. PAY AS YOU EARN SEE OUR GOOD USED CARS Lot Located Just Behind Post Office MURCHISON-CRAMER MOTOR CO. AND EAST MU :0* VbUR HANGED VJ\GHT CLUft AND MOT A CENT V\0RE$ ^ d SWEETWATER RE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

MMm Wm I Spent on le Than on >1 System Stet* Superintendent b Brief Visitor in Sweetwater Yesterday Sears, Roebuck Tire Test Fleet To Visit Sweetwater Tuesday Candidate Smith "T,Ue cost of education is 12 timet! less in Texas than the cost of crime", said Dr. L. A. Woods, state superintendent of pUblic instruction, in his ad- dress at 9 a. m., Saturday in the district courtroom of the Nolan county courthouse. Dr. Woods is a candidate for re-election to the office he now holds. "Some people are horrified at the fact that $75,000,000 are being spent on youth train- ing", he said. "Do these same people believe it just that 450 millions are spent on crime for youths who have been deprived of an education?" "The cost of solving crimes alone runs into 13 to 15 billions (f.dollars a year, six times the imount that is appropriated for education. Fight For School Funds "There has always been a fight in Texas to get enough money to run the schools. Edu- cation should not begin with school ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

tSwmtW* %'v-' ■''; S'§| AND EDITORIALS SECTION II SECTION II ' 11 GENERAL AND ? EDITORIALS u I 9 t •> l\ VOLUME XLI SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 1938 NUMBER 65 Four Nolan County Rural Schools Meet Standardization Largest Number To Attain Goals In Year's Time Rigid Requirements Met By Bittercreek, Black land, Hylton and Ada Schools By Rita Weaver Pioneers who laid the founda- tion for Nolan county's school system today would be astonish- ed at the progress made in school curricula and the string- ent requirements of the state department of education neces- sary to standardization. These requirements, all of which point to a perfect school system, have been met in full by 4 county schools, Mrs. Virgin- ia E. Stanfield, county superin- tendent, announced. They are Bittercreek, Blackland, Hylton and Ada. This is the first time in the history of the county that four rural schools have become stan- dardized within one year. Pre- viously only one or more schools have met the rigid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

Ytm, it*« economicel . . . very muck so. You' can ^actually tell the difference in wear and appearance. Our scientific methods assure you Ippp complet satisfaction. One adviced service is the— ROUGH WY SERVICE 10Pound for only 5c Each Addition Pound Shirts Finished 7c Each Call 624 Sweetwater, Mr. D. G. Bradley SWEETWATER LAUNDRY CO. VI Phon 624 Phon 624 ■ AAJzi'ivi.i ■i1 - 'V :■. Wmtk wslESSBx. '■ . , ** '3PSR1 fti*!. .'ii .. '• e s -a v s 80s. SANFORIZED' SHRUNK EXPRESS STRIDE 98c Valu 2 Limitt ekru white Atol • pa'stle colors Values ■ to * 12^c - yd.' w. 12 Yard Limitt Nolan, Harold Morrow THE STORE FOR ALL THE FAMILY V?T' A ' • " ' A. ..«* : ■. Pi i\ s 'sitJ. ?• ... >:Tk"v' Sunday, jwm is, teW Steel Strongly made from heavy guage steel and heavyly galvanized to resist rusting. They're full 10-qt. size. Ideal for home and laundry uses. 25c Values Monday 14< ea. Only Sturdy Folding Camp , STOOLS o Specialy priced Monday Only. Strong oak frames with heavy canvas seats. Handy ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

BKKETS 1 Gal, Reg. 98c For Sumrtter Wear Cool Summer, Wash Large 17 oz. GOBLETS Extra Heavy Finely woven fabrics in poplar light and dark summer patternes. Just the thing for those hot summer days because they're light and .cool. By now and save. 1.10 Values Monday The very latest patterns for summer wear. Attrac- tive collors that will stand many washing.-You-will' want sevral at this amazingly low price. 25c Values \ Monday Only ESCK AND CO Phone 611 Sweetwater, Texas Shop At Sears And Save ELLED WORD CONTEST I i • w ■ ' 'i 111 SWEETWATER shoplers that seek out the treasure of bargins offered every Monday by Swetwater ed atlhe savings you will find. This has become the outstanding sales event in West t • $3.00 IN CASH! two pages are a number of mispelledwords. You are to find these words, containing them. The person finding the largest number of mispelled words and a sales slip showing the purchase of a Monday Specials at Reporter office receive a first price of $2 cash. The perso...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

... PAGE VOUH laVAM the tame tpiritual drinki far it ami thai Roch hoi Chritt.-—I Corinthiant ■ ^ _____ Chrbt, the condescension of divinity, • 4MMI dw exaltation of humanity .—Phillips Brooks. SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 1988 Grand Finale V? ! WE ARE NOT SO BAD OFF AS CAMPAIGNERS MAY TELL US For all the things that we are told are wrong with this country we seem to get along. If any mechanical contrivance had so few of its parts in running order «g we are told by men running for office, that our government has, it wouldn't even move. What it seems the <jountry is suffering from to a certain degree is too much tinkering with the machinery. And what hasn't been tinkered with has been so heartily condemn- ed in some fashion as to cause a certain amount of mystification. A great many good and sincere men go out to collect votes by making dire predictions as to the state of future course of events if they are not elected. They add to this, a long list of promises of accomplish...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

•; i ' - rMfEHF '&^^i.*-'ii'W' ••'■ •; ' • ,'r-.- : "vr -W •>-:• - '. :v'* ."•> V 'V ■ '" , • - • — COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY, JUNE 19. 1938 t I 380-e-«3-5H by Edgar Rice Burroughs oT "oLZK r.cmouU/h^_ - m n "iMbu^/'bV "T"'" i i" « n.V.M Hmiki •r.'l P'M'IOUI'O or UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE. Inc. CAPTURED WHEN MIAN REACHED THE WOUND, THE HIDDEN GUARDSMEN SPRANG OUT AND DRAGGED HIM DOWN. IN THEIR FIRST MOMENTS OF BEWILDERMENT TAR1AN MIGHT HAVE RISKED A DASH FOR FREEDOM. IN THE DM PAST, HE KNEW, THE ROVERS OF MAM RACES HAD BEEN FALLOWED UP BV THE AFRICAN WILDERNESS. I i AND AS FAR AS TARTAN'S EYE COULD JEE, 1WE WALL RAN ON, ENCLOSING THIS VAST MYSTERIOUS DOMAIN. f H! P I WE FOUND WINN5ELF ENCIRCLED BV AN ASTONISHING BAND OF WARRIORS, WEIRD AND FRIGMTFUL IN THEIR WAR MASKS. NOi HIS CURlOJlT^ ABOUT THESE PEOPLE PROMPTED HM 10 REMAIN AN\0N6 THEM. HE WOULD TAKE A CHANCE ON ESCAPING LATER. NOW THE GUARDSMEN FORMED A HOLLOW JQUARB AN...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

4 r T 4. *9 % r • • * • • • • • • • • • • * • • • • • • • • • • • i •« «c • < LOOK whos merc. - it's our foreign legion i Home/ BOY/THAT'S A SWELL WORD, RED few hours later-washington I vol re telling me., skipper.7 ^omgtme pa** j aboard"*** t*< ;^com ng linbr v -.cedent ada^ petvoe ag* . ■ lii. .|u — it's great you two did a heroic. job - smash - ing the dwarfs war machine mas probably saved the peace of europe * 2: ^TMC PEOPLE or TNI WORLD don't want war. --- it's only tme trickery, hatred and greed op a few that drives them on to disaster-- and rest assured, winslow--wf"ll scotch) then you this spy-snake that's) &ot my begun to wind its J code coils about america !t message, and get thls-akreaoy we've netted the first SPY// tmat s splendid, sir ' he was picked up at this spot on tme pacific coast and brought direct to washington -- tmen hes mere? I CAN QUESTION mim? % h is m mtj/— d (copyright, 1us, kr the bell byridieatet^iic) a. (thldb mark beg u 8 pat office) a*. #1 ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

■rtV PSW; -'4 WELL,SO LOW©, OOP-"TR/TO KEEP OUTA TROUBLE y'&ETTER HEREAFTER./ /KEEPVCRLIP IM OR YOU'LL AW, NERTZ/ BE RK3KT BACK.' <>W£«V. , i,. 5ay, didjuha if vask\ you said hear? oop J me, king ] it/ if it is0uta /guz gave/hadn't .jail.' y'ina a ^been fer dirty t oop we'd v\, deal/ j 5till be fightin' th' lemians// •wi^ mighta ^ GOT LICKEQ HERE COMES „ > HIS HIGH AM' /. Jr 1T MIGHT/ 0DVAL (S > HIGHNESS 1 STRUT/i'D LIKE NOW- ^r~r\V_ ^-/T'POP'IMA couple.' BESIDES the striking similarity of certain customs and legends and types of architecture in many areas surrounding the Pacific Ocean, some rather re- markable facts are brought forward as proof of a Pacific continent's .prehistoric existence. Herewith we present two of the most important: l_The Polynesian race which today peoples the Pacific islands is definitely said to be white. This fact then lends itself well to the Mu theory inasmuch as the meager data on the subject points to its dominant race as white. 2—The ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

4 % • • • • • • • % • • • COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION jk5K I TP-/!! irift 0m |§j| , . • • * . - -,v; #f y *;< i -M -&$ ^T'. i m ifc I ,. > *__-C,. ,.L ? (*" Utri ,ysa s -fWMfms x couldn't ) finp the ^ why pidm't you filmo before steamiwcs im here t vol) &l<5 tramps' oh,ve5 x put it umpep, th' PORCH SO PEt7PLEK5 WOULDN'T ANNOY Mt=' well,1 just came over to you that you won't be awuov5d 6.v that otto auto guv atjvmop.e / this wav out if You're all. im % jromam \ci<3 IrALin. r- —'^ ■ i i SAID TH YE 66, TAKING TH' RAP- THAT BEATS ME t well, i'll be cslimmer SAlP TH' label THAT 5TICKS AAC= ' i'M TAKING ADVANTAGE s OF YOUR 6ewer0us OPFER,CHUM well, if he stoppep to eat your cookimg/ me's stopped for aoop/ "THAT PROVES, YOU CAN'T TRUST YOUR WORST PAW'S HAWGS AiN'T ET PER PAYS/ ENEMY. LETS SWITCH SI ! ! : ; 7C ^ nee WATEP s k££p opp tme: cok n«e- P LI E$ ifiREEWSWARD/ COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE. INC ' 1 put a"fbee" ■sic.m on my lu...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

/ • I • DON'T THROW YOUR BIKE DOWN OKI THE LAWK)/" "DON'T LEAK) YER &KE AGAINST THE HOUSE/ MAYBE WHEN1 FINISH THIS MONA AN' LIL WILL LAV OFFA ME £~*JU miuiimtiinrutuiiiffli * itrnSm ■■■I '<§ < _ wmmy\ * 3R.WILUAM5 C3-. ■ o//' VEAH? WELL YOU'LL HAVE THE HOUSE FULL OF MAIL HOLES. I'LL SHOW NOU HOW TO BUILD A RACK TH>CCr WILL STAK1D ALONE, ANY Wk PLACE WHAT ARE BUILDING A HUT OH, KJO--JUST A BIKE RACK DON'T LEAVE YOUR BIKE ACROSS THE FRONT STEPS/" my GARSH...WOMEN KlN THINK OF MORE don'TS SAV/ THAT IS A PRETTY GOOD JOB. I'LL OH, IT'S EASY...WHEN YOU KNOW HOW AND FUN,TOO WELL, I ALWAYS WAS HANDY WITH "THE HAMMER. AND SAW funny i never knew that before. aav ieowing board weeds fixing and theres a board loose in the that s gown a a pip/ / andth back of mv desk. s wagped. how about putting on a new KITCHEN SINK € Kg K *;■■■ ' p- rrg GO AHEAD, POP/ YOU H SAID IT WAS FUN,.,. AND THIS JOB IS FINISHED i'll bring some boards IK) if you need 'em YOU'RE ALWAYS GETTING ME INTO SOMETHI...

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