The News from Frederick, Maryland on May 28, 1932 · Page 8
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

Frederick, Maryland
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Saturday, May 28, 1932
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THE DAILY TTEWB, FREDERICK, VfD., SATURDAY, HAT 28,1932. Louisiana? Awnrer to FwrfoM P«zdc 1 Former jorernor of 5 Sorceress In tb» Odyssey 19 To diride. 31 So!* enpreae rcJer. IS United Greek. 14 To sketch on metal. 15 Bone ol the side. 17 To lS Footway. 19 Natire meUL 20A cyma. . 22 Climbing shrubs. 24 Half an «ss. 25 Remarkable. 2V Dozes. 29 Sounder In mind. 30 Infection. 53 Concludes. 35 Half roan and half horse I- Verb J9 Harms a saub nose. II Vat for green fodder 42 Chatter. 44 Capricornns 45 DacL 46 Louisiana racked fifth So the output of - in 19SOT 47 Jogging pace. 4Stnctoses_ 50 Frustrates 52 To abol'sa. 53 Imprest. 54 Important agricultural crop in Louisiana VKBTICAli 1 Rhinoceros 2 Bugle plant 3 Mesh of lace. 4 Grain. 5 Valuable fares iodu«try in Louisiana* 6 Commences 7 Hurrah' S Credit. S Repetition of sound caused bv reflection of wares of sound 10 Pries into others' aflalri 11 Dinner. ^ 12 To employ. 13 To impel. 16 "Writing iss- pleniest. IS Cham 21 Skin affects 22 Carnival !»·«· in New Orleans 23 To cor«r s." ·with an ar^ 25 Fow ;« 2S } » -- » « 31 A-"..^' · 32 THE GUMPS The Ragged Stranger By SIDNEY SMITH 34 «;l. · 33 1 o --lash 3$ R upb eiterio of lark. 3T Siroe- SSO.rl 4~ Horse's food. 43 Bl.ster. 47 AfternooB raeaL ty*~ 4?Kimo3o sash. 49 Moccasin. -51 Trance 5! Measure of area CONTINUED NOW REAJLTLES Hl$ WISTAKE IN NOT LETTINCr TQM.CARR «M ON WS SECRET WHEN HE MID ^ TO "TV4E IT LOOKS BAO POR AT jKI Oi-UMi TO MAJLT- CRASH JN 1VI6 BOSHES. TOM TO RKLJEA3E - AND AS. THEV BOTH THEY CAtKaMT A C.U/VOPSE Of A. F«iURE - A , AS. ME THE WAJU- NOT FEU-OW- - \NMA VOO TR.YIN6* TO DO NNMEM VOO CAU-E.D "JO TO MALT -- MOU "*· lZt A A « AROUND «N PEOPLE'S 7W.S T//AE OF WAVE MOW VOOR TOM DON'T SHOOT ME- FOR HIM WHEN » MUTT AND JEFF Mutt Almost Eatt By BUD FISHER REG'LAR FELLERS By BYRNES BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Right! By MARTIN jus' SAW, TlVlMlE. "Arc you planning to go to the seashore as usual?' "Yes--I'm planning to QO thers usual, but I II probably stay home--as usual " SAVE US Oh' wad some power the giftie give us To see ousels as Ether's see us; Unless perchance we be that goop, A man with whiskers, eating soup. OH 0\O 5HOOU3 CWKE VF 1 VOSt KKJV p Att' VOW* O\O XOO * ASCOT f VOOO THE BUNGLE FAMILY Responsibility By TUTHILL so YOU'RE GOIMG TO THE CONVENTION AS A DELEGATE, EH GEORGIE' WELL THINGS Ori YES ELMER, THINGS oo LOOK TO OUTSIDERS. SUT ALL THAT IS WELL IT MAKES THE CUSTOMER FEEL THAT HES GETTING A LOT FOR HIS MONEY i£Epi\G MY M1SD O D EN ON THAT i=OIS-r TH'S IS NO TIME FOR SNA? JUDGMENT. IT'S i OO I /^ 3SG A RES=O'^SI3'LITY 1 ' ME TO LET PERSONAL FEELJKJG SW'NG ME ONE I tf.AY OR ANOTHER.j "How did you come out with your law suit" *'l won it " * Get damages" ' "Su-e 1 Got almost enough to pay my iawer" I'M CONSIDERINC5 ALL ANGLES OF THAT MATTER TOO, ELMER.. OUR LOCAL BOY WILL GET LOTS OF PROTECTION NTY AND WHAT ABOUT ThE VICE-°RESOENT? WE riAVE A FINE LOCAL BOY WHO'S BEEN AMONG THE FIRST FIFTEEN OR CONTENDERS R GHT ALL THAT WILL BE TAKEN CARE / OF ELMER DO YOU/ SEE THESE PAPERS IN MY POCKET? ALL OF THEM ARE FIGURES ON THE PLATFORM: AND NOW WHAT ABOUT THE PRESIDENCY? ABOUT ALL THIS DOUGH EUROPE OWES US' MY IDEA !S TO HAVE CONGRESS THREATEN TO INVESTIGATE EUROPE LOOK TERRIBLY OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS THE NEWFANGLES Net0s From The Front! By COWAN "Wh do a'l the gir's cut clear o* Tom Firely* · Guess it's because h« carries a light ' She - Was the-e anvthmg un usual about the contracting oartits to that w e d d n g " He: No. jjst t-e b-ide aia the fl'oom- OoT ft-T BOLL, c' ""M I VNJCCOS DOMT ^oo VOOP; ·S.E.L.F CM TH, AMD C"e AO E AM PL.E. 1 TOO N^oCv-\ FREE.OOM '*~^ ( ^ ^ ;* _ _ ! - . - ^^^V\ W?^P^.. --« v^ 1 y · ^iV "~ ·""x^: .s ^v^ -fc-- v^ / TH CR\vil-EGELO TLL \ / \~ ITS THE 'POLICE, TELL THE^ EVEWYTHtNG OKAV 1 HAVE. THE MOST _ VJWCSM 1X3 XOO WILL M1NUTE.S ? P1SE 1 . J H.MK /! "He's keen for the money," "I see, a sharper." --- NOPE. A BWOAU PARTY! THAT WAS HANK- HE / BV A, SAID THEV HAi AM / WELL, IT-L BET KWFUL. TIME FINDING / HANK APRAIJCEID IT WONDETPFUU ! ! / PCE.T VJOULSHT S HAVE: «=CNSE. ENOOGH- VWT T1U.1 LAV MS ON H',M ! v s P K fl"cii\:» o - \ \\ PVJFR":

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