The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 23, 1931 · Page 10
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 10

Frederick, Maryland
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Wednesday, December 23, 1931
Page 10
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THX DAILY HINTS. XKZDCBICK. HD.. WKDVMDAY. D7C8HBEB 23, 1931 Linen Question food IB Cfcima. ,t!0f -fcat to Maeamade? *S4To degrade. ULtrd. It Maple ahrubs. «Hi»h social position. SJ Pint la dramas. $4 OB what lake i* Cleveland. 2C Valet. 2» Prtpo«ldon- ttVerh, SSChoCettr. 42 To decay. 44 Declined to accept. 47 African acteiop*. 45 Verbal. 50 Apportioned medicine to. 51 Drove. 52 Station. 54 To fondle. 55 Pierced with boras. Meridian, 56 God of love. S? Small tumor. 5S Constant com- S9 Shelter. ^' panions. *f Like. 59 Lost oJUpower to express thought. 60 Manservant. VERTICAL 2 Csp«r. 3 Hazard. 4 One in cards. 5 You and I. 7 Provided. S Wins part of a seed. 9 Mesh of lace. 10 To do or perform. 12 Ointment. 14 Region. 17 Afternoon meal. IS River boundary betveea Texas and Mexico. 20 Prophet. 2! Complained. 23 Entangled. 26 Wiser. 27 Attempted. 30 To pall Alone 22 Night befort. 36 Skewer. 3S Acrid oily liquid. 41 Wooed. 43 Insulates.. 45 Daody. 46 To harden. 47 Juniper. 49 Learning. 61 Biscuit. S3 Male cat. 65 Artificial channel. 57 Seventh tone in major wale 55 Measure. THE GUMS Day Before Chri»tma» By SID KEY SMITH ID JOY AT 1Wt 7MOU6MT O»TWC VeMDERfHA CHRISTMAS. M «TOMC *o* T«*Arv ON ACCOUNT OC UNOLX BIAS'S 6Rt/tt OSNKROWTY ANt SORROW AT au*r UCAVIN1C. -- ANt IN A-Z5 MOUIK- GONE- IT *«*** A* ME BELONGED TO THEM.-- THJCT MR *MOUU WTTH IS TO Vf OPE*et-- MOM ABOUT THEM? BARK . ST»iCK A / SViAXaT^ TNIS MORNINO* WUEN To** LOST MIS JOft-- 3fU7T 4nf Je^F Will Bring An Appetite By BUD FISHER IS SOU06TO CAT UMTH we? KEG'LAR FELLERS By LYRNES "I sometimes wonder why I never reached success In life." "There have been too many bars In your way, my boy." BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES ~[ 4^1, FERDV WERE WVEM HORACE TO "WE VO\»TXW AM OV0 AUT OP VK3TO -i Two Of The Wise Men! I By MARTIK BUNCLE FAMILY Reporter: I would like to get some details of yesterday's wedding. Mrs. Get-Rich-Quick: I'm sorry, but everything is eaten up. Wifey: It says here that for every three marriages there I* a divorceHubby: And for every divorce there are usually two marriages. ANOTHER US IN THE USUAL. W DECIDE WHAT BUV P-QR NEIGHBORS WITHOUT AT-Tr- CLEAR IDEA C WHAT TJ INTEND TO GIVE US. TRAINING .'; THEY'D SOME STUFF/ An Old Problem MV MIND IS MADE UP THAT THESE NEIGHBORS ARE NOT GOING TO INTAKE ME FEEI_ AS UNCOMFORTABLE AS I DID LAST YEAR WHEN ALL Of THEM I KNOW, ARRANGED TO GIVE ME SOMETHING MORE EXPENSIVE THAN ALL I GOT FROM THESE fJEIGHBQRS WAS A FEW CIGARS SUCH AS SHOOTING GALLERY MEN HAND OUT- OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS. , t DON'T KNOW WHAT TO GET FOR RELATIVES, EITHER. ONE GOOD THINS ABOUT THEM IS THAT YOU KNOW BEPOREJ-IAND THEY DON'T INTEND TO GIVE YOU , ANYTHING. EVERY YEAR, we RND OURSELVES Usl THE SAME BOAT. GENERALLY ALL WE GET OUT OF GIVING PRESENTS 15 A TOUGH LETTER FROM EVERY CREDIT MAN IN TOWN. By, TUTHILL WELL OF COURSE WE SHOULDN'T BE TOO MATERIAL ABOUT CHRISTMAS. THE IDEA OF GIVING PRESENTS WITHOUT EXPECTING A BIGGER ONE IN RETURN IS VERY BEAUTIFUL^,' ESPECIALLY IN OTHERS. WHAT SPQILS CHRISTMAS FOR A LOT OF OTHER PEOPLE IS THAT SO MANY OF THEM LOOK ON OLD SANTA CLAUS AS BEING MERELY THE REFEREE IN A GUESSING CONTEST OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS ·They say the new minister ts making the church very popular." "He Is. He's arranged a church supper for New Year's Eve and Is reserving tables for those, who wish to sit the old year out." She: A penny far your thoughts. He: Could you pay cash if i accept your offer? THE NEWFANGLES KHO^'. wkrr! A Close Call^ O3U By COW^N] .·mt-u.s J f»T._ofT._ TVlE: OMB'E.UE.V/F.R. ..HRCHIVF-s ·\iEV/RPA PF.C I ·HRCHIVF.S

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