The News from Frederick, Maryland on May 17, 1932 · Page 8
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May 17, 1932

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

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THZ DAILY HEWS. FMDERICK. MD, TUESDAY. MAY 17,1932. River Question THE GUMPS Prowlers Again By SIDNEY SMITH HORIZONTAL 1 Os wbai river is St. Louis? 11 Regions. 12 To decorate. 13 CfaarSes Sher- rtii is the new i; S. ambassador 10 * IS Scheme 1C flight flap. 19 Queried. ·OTo select from 21 Tissue K Brought legal proceedings. 23 Petty 24 Kackaeyed 25 Small cfcild. 26 Two-wheeled vehicle. 27 Destitute of scalp covering. SS Deity. 2S To stcmblft. 30 Net weight of container. 11 Third cote. 32 Otherwise 33 Window COBS- I partmenL 34 Knave of clubs. Answer to Prenkm* l'«ixk 1PJ I JHT 33 Brilliant show. 37 Literary drudge. 3S Ninsbus. 3S To be fitting. 40 Market- 41 More painful. 42 Gender 43 Withered. 44 Marked with irregular furrows. 45 Silly 47 Governed. 4S Inactively. VERTICAL 1 Branded. 2 Annoyed. 3 Embryo plant. 4 To mention. 5 Exists. 6 A jaunt. 7 Heathen god. S Skillet. 9 Pair- 10 To mean. 13 Insipid. 14 Habitual 15 Narrow flat- bottomed boat. 17 Wing. IS Great seaport in Maryland. 20 Ringlet. 21 Story 23 Wan. 21 Nude 26 To throw i~ Establishes-::; for depositing and loaning money _:· Apartment "·- St-asitlTe met ;;·.: perception. 33 To peel. 34 Caricature, or travesty 36 Billiard rod. 37 Seraglio. SSHut 40 Bill of fare. 41 Mud suspended in running water 43 Membranous bag. 44 To hasten. 46 Northeast 47 Second note. THEY A£u OTHER- TO LET TOM ME t-'T l_ T O M E R 8Ut y;HK.H VJA-tA B1U. FOR I tXN"T -TR05 - BUY I ST.CU. TO MUTT AND JEFF It All Seems So Foolish To The Dog By BUD FISHER /THAT'S FOR HIM TLL»*JG 'MISS SCHULTZ. r"AA A 'V. r-AARgtP MAN' cook \N«AT TH6 DOG TiT o YOUR WGMJ HAT Kouj TO CALL THAT'S -JCFF'S NfcvW HAT-ANT H'S UPSTAIRS X\'. GOT AM BOOTS AND H£7? BUDDIES Hey! By MARTIN REG'LAR FELLERS By BYRNES Bess: Why does he make tho«e motions with hl« arm before he pitches the ball? Bert: Thote are signals to the catcher. The two men work In concert. Bess: Dear me! Is that the concert pitch I've heard about EC often. N U M E R I C A L L Y S P E A K I N G "Did he kiss you ooodby 5 ?" ' * skct her. She. nodded h«r pretty head. "How slnaular!" I was sarcastic. "No, plural," was all she said. 932 BTKOl SCnnCE. IMCiREG.U.S.FAT.CJT THE BUNGLE FAMILY. George Is As Usual, Sleepy By TUTHILL GEORGE ARE YOU ASLEEP ALREADY? MY STARS, HOW I WISH IT WAS SO EASY FOR ME TO BE UTTERLY UNCONCERNED ABOUT IMPORTANT AFFAIRS LIKE ! SLAMMING A DOOR !! , THAT NICE EL FACE. -·.I t! "I offended George dreadfully." "Have you made up?" "Yes. I succeeded In getting him to ask my pardon." WHAT? OH I WASN'T EXACTLY ASLEEP JUST DOZING I JUST CANT IMAGINE WHY I LET PEGGY TALK ME OUT OP MY INTENTION TO CALL THAT MAN UP TODAY ANO EXPLAIN ^E^'^^^L-^fllSPlP 5 SHE SAO T WOULD MAKE craimrafflfisyMffiLlii!!;;-! MATTERS HVORSE IF THE SITUATION COULD ANOTHER THSNG THAT JUST GIVES ME THE WILLJES \S THE CAL.M WKf PEGGV SEES THIS AFFAIR AS THOUGH M1LUONAIRES GRE-JV ON BUSHES. THINK Or »T! CXDOUES OF MONEY, A SOCIAL POSITION I BLAME OAKDALE FOR ALL THIS. HE'S SAD I WAS THINKING A3OUT THAT HATCHET-PACED SHEI: SLAMMED THE DOOR. OH IT'S THINGS LIKE THIS THAT CURES A PERSON OF SNICKERING WHEN vi""iU.mi ' THEY HEAR ABOUV } #!i.'!iB i irf, GEORGE' ·GEORGE, ARE YOU ASLEEP' HE IS. IMAGINE 1 SOMEONE'S HAIR TURNING WHITE OVER NIGHT AND.... OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS | THE NEWFANGLES (Mom and Pop) Out Of The Bag! By COWAN U She: Your one idea is money, money, money. He: Well, it's an idea everyone is willing to accept. "I'm tired of reading about the ·mart girl graduate." "You're not ha'f ss tired as the fellows will be who have to listen to her essay." \\MSM GOlMGr ·! V , 10 SHOTS A FELLR BlGl . \-L_- O ANYBODY; USE. E. AROOMO To rtAve /' YOU'RE COINS TO ROPE V'NOVU, YOU'RE NOT A.W6.Y fi*10 GET WARtJlEt)? TO TEV.U A HO\» JUST .HCM9ST. y^ou HJE TUELP J US. GET OUT OF HERE, "*\_ T - - T - I I 'I^Ss ^B 4-a.?fcX -*aw f -^±»t - TVAE. TH\RST FOR KKiowueoGe . ,^^^; A ^£ . . MCA SCRVKC. KK.

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