The News from Frederick, Maryland on May 24, 1932 · Page 6
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May 24, 1932

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 6

Frederick, Maryland
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Tuesday, May 24, 1932
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EIGHT THE DAILY NEWS. FREDERICK, MD, TUESDAY, MAY 24,1931 | Today's Variety Bazaar HORIZONTAL 1 Ingredient of powder 5 To stop. WTo cure to Prerfoas Puzxle 15 Serf IS To impel. 17 Act of reposin* 13Caresset 21 Tree fiutd 24 May it do i j ou good ·»7 I nwound 31 Orsaa of 9 Pitchers. 5" The gods. 3* approaches- 51 And 34 Catch in a 54 Warder ,;un!ock 5S Rainbow 55 Chief or com- 59 V =couth. uiaader «^ E*«* ot a rK5t 36 Personal con- "53 VVorea slnag. tribat'.on * Figure 35 Devoured ^ L«l it stand. 40 Toward *«a. VERTICAL 42 Agents 12 Epoch, 15 Guided, IS Godly pewea 20 Indian. 22 Large flounder*. 23 To follow. 24 Kut. £5 To lift op. 26 Command. 25 Rental contract. 29 Deroured. 30 Anticipatory terror. 33 Act of aiding. tircaic 37 To disparage. 4 Governor ot 3S Ethereal salt Connecticut. «^ nwl! , !!a f" 5 Branch of a % g£--* fraternity. , § p 6 Snike-like fish. S1 MorseJ TMorindia dye. 52 Constellation. S Therefore. 53 To tear. 9 Anesthetic. 54 Point. 1- Chief Justice of 55 Shrub the United 56 Night before. THE GUMPS The Stage I* Set By SIDNEY SMITH TOM CARR TCU-S AMi W?O*iV.e AJ?CXJMt POOR - rue WA.TCM UM 8?; KWOWW "TO "TOM- /VNO DOWN) /j! OUT iK*Yo *3 Ocean 44 UtUe nerve 47 To r*.o-t I Slilor. 2Beer 3 Race track States Su- prcme Court. 11 Vr-t of work 57 Still. 60 Exclamation. 61 Sun god 3f C/TT /£FF One Way Of Afa*m* A "Touch 1 By BUD FISHER Mouse.: COST H«s hte CAW'T ! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Boots Knows! By MARTIN REG'LAR FELLERS By BYRNES "Do you think Mrs. Swell Is I bringing up her daughter right?" j "Indeed she Is, my dear! She I I g«ve the little thing a stuffed bull ; ! dog to play with Instead of a doll " j 60\.VY, \VO-HWO SO MUCH NOT A BIT How many of us have been taught The wish Is father to the thought, Yet folks who simply sit and wish Are not the ones who catch the fish. THE BUNGLE FAMILY Speech, Speech! By TUTHILL I Mrs. Newlywed: When I ma'- r.ed you, I thought you had sown j all your wild oats. Mr. Newlywed: Think of your | money, my dear, it would have been a shame not to start another crop, t WHY COLONEL BUNGLE! DON'T YOU KNOW ME .. MRS - SIBYL DARDANELLA! THIS 15 MY FRIEND, SENATOR YODLER THERE GOES THE B A N D / , HE: SAYS HE LOST HIS TEETH.^ OUT THE WINDOW OF THE CAR AS t WAS BRISGiNG THE SENATOR rfERE. GO"' GOH! -lEECH GOrl! GOK' GOH! OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS | THE NEWFANGLES Gladys Spills The -Beans! By COWAN AFTEQ A WAGCM \ LOAD OF FIRE ! \MOOO-- C'MOM. V T\JL, S ' W h y so glu-n"" Lost a relative"" ""Nothing of the k i n d All my relatives have setfed on me for the summer." ?\~ Boss: You can't get married on fifteen dollars a week. What are you thinking of Clerk: The giri. W /HSLE. CHICK FRANTICALLY THE POLICE. ?N THE HOPE THAT TWEY WILL HEAD-OFF THE ELOPEP.S, GLADYS PUTS HEO FOOT IN IT VVHY WHV THEV ALL JU9T WENT OUT FOf? A MINUTE WE EXPE-CT THEM BACK ANN- MOMENT \, -- -zs. -----j^* ~ ="« s y*;Tt u'i ^ piffi If S.r*AT OFF GO6ETTERS. tasa er »tA SCTVJCE. HOMER orrrY" THA WHV AND AGUSTA AND HOMER DiTTY-THE POCT YOU SEEM UPSET MPS. NEWFANGLE YOU MEAN- THEY ALL? uONG-HAiv3EB POET HEDC-JN THIS WITH i

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