Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 6, 1972 · Page 157
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 157

Charleston, West Virginia
Issue Date:
Sunday, August 6, 1972
Page 157
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YOU CERTAINLY HAVEN'T U5£D GOOD JUPGMENT IN RETURNING T0 WTY SO SOON LAURA / I T0LP YOU-I'M ALL RIGHT/ By Dal Curtis YOU'RE HOT ALL RIGHT f YOU 5HOL/LP BE RESTING FOE ANOTHER WEEK OR MORE / KOU'RE NOT DO/WG JUSTICE TO KUKSELF NOR T«£ PATIENTS UNPER XOl/R CARE / I'LL TALK TO THE NIGHT /I'M TAKING YOU HOME/ /3RICC, PLEASE-DON'T/ pff. /MORGAN is ON FTHAN KS / I'LL T«E PHONE AND /BE RIGHT THERE! WOl)LP LIKE TO SPEAK TO VOt// PON'T VOL; UNPERSTA N P *? Y LA U/?A, I'M N O T I JUST CAN'T STAY AT HOME/ / TRYING TO UPSET I MUST KEEP OCCUPIED/ ^,/yOU/r/M WORRIEP A BOUT you/ ; STOP WORRXIWG , ABOUT ME/ JUST LEAVE. At E ALONE/ WHATEVER you 5Ay- and bV MORT WALKER and DIK BROWNE THERE/NOW WHERE'S DITTO? I WANT TO COMB HIS HAIR BEFORE COMPANY COMES HE WENT OUTSIDE FORA MINUTE 'I'M fi?l3HT HERE, MOM.., WHAT DO VOU WANT? DITTO/ ANPTHEN^t/^K! YO/1'P P^H THE AMTOAAATI^: FINE TUNING KNOB ANPtOCK IN THAT MOMBMT/ FROM TMAT PAY ON THIN6£ WO/4LP 4L.WAY5 BE J^T THAT WAY. 1 FEEL 600D, LOOK ^OOP/ ONE MORNING YOZA'P WAKE tt? AN'P ITWOL1LD BE THE PERFECT PAY/ PERFECT WEATHER, THE WORLP LIKE A COUOR MY Ltt£K THOUGH... 50MEONE WO/JLP PROBABLY " ~ " = ALON^ ANP BEAIP MY ANTENNA/ that serambli'd grnrif name for kidsl ® TT-ie letter of these crazy words are an'mixed up. Tb play the game, .put Uiem back into the nght order so that they make real words you can find m your dictionary. Write the letters of each real word under each crazy word, but only one letter to a square. OTY ROW o \^s KIMN 11)1 GACE ©OES UP ANP POWN -WHEN THEY'RE PLAVIN. You are now ready to solve today's Junior Jumble. Study the picture tor a hint. Then play around with the letters in the circles. You'li find you can put them in order so that they make your funny answer Print tM FUNNY ANSWERS | THE -- ANSWER (HOLD UP TO MIRROR)-

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