The News from Frederick, Maryland on May 30, 1932 · Page 8
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May 30, 1932

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

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THE DAILY HEW8, rHEDEEICK, MD-, MONDAY, MAY 30, 1932, IMMMBa^"^"^^-- May Bother You HOKtZOXTAt, I Only state in the U S. A. to show a decrease !a pops latioa from 19:0 to isso ? Woman sena,- tor Iron Arkansas. 13 Thoughts 14 Vinevard 16 Old wosnao.sb 17 Unless. 18 To frighten 20Heatfeen god. 21 Almond o Pr*rtoif« Puzxle quantity in 53 Encysted electricity OTM ,Jw1«:nd?5 Maple shrub in doughs 35 Pat on a par 24 Snaky fish 37 Pcund 25 Standard oJ 39 Ho.r t-rpe measure 40 Beasts ·6 Elevated * 41 Morindia dve * 27 Above « Wrath 29 Therefore 44 A -nerzaa's 30 Rendered c'ub meniaL service. 46 Every 31Hea\etUy body 47 Boil 33 Folded in 49Jir.n small folds. 50 To satiate 34 Practical unit 51 Vo-.ev drawer tumor 54 Name of anything 55 Goat-hk« aate'op* 58 Made neat VERTICAL 1 Flour milling 2 Antipathy 3 Bird's hoias 4 Japaneo* porpy 5 Like 6 indicted 7 Healed S Sen god. 9 Blackbird of the cuckoo famiiv 10 Broad 11 Bitter drug 12 Squiwaih. 15 \ aiued IS Splinter IS Half an «n 22 Hose *ttp- porters 23 Seams 26 An iiran»». 2S Loses c"!or 30 Ocean. 31 Sa!!v 3 J W and 3» lnd*umK 3« Nl erwt. 41 Solstarv 43 S:ik »orm- IS Giant kinc~*f Basha- 46 Astringent 4STre* 50 Cry of a *»·- 52 Bebold 54 Xegativa. THE GUMPS Mr. In Bad By SIDNEY SMITH] 4ITM AWN f=0« OUT AJLL MlfaW FOR AND TO*A IS STILL IM DOUBT THAT AWDY S ^4OT TME WU THE MIS ACC.ONSPUCE -- ^ ,, OUT I WANTED "TO DO TOW 4 AND A Pllslb OUT POT YOU -- WOULDN'T DOUBT IT - THE ONLY WAT HfH. EVfeR BE ABLE TO _ KEEP OUT OF PEOPLE'S VsilTM A IWSfc TMAT IS TO "WEAR A AAUZZU OR POT IT IN A - BA6V~ ' UP*T ' c-H **TH SU, I - P» O* fop-^Se. !Hi b«TwCX*-*t«»7T 'Hrtr MC/IT AND JEW Look What Mutt Decorated Today By BUD FISHER BUT THIS IS HocrtAY sHex«.t oBsewe IT BY T=coB/vriM6 MUTT, BO "too KUMJ] [MO JA*« THIS REG'LAR FELLERS By BYRNES OIOJA MEXHR. f QLABBCRHOWTH 5-3o i (X- BOO75 AND HE/? BUDDIES What Does Boots Mean, "Easy"? By MART® 1 Sister's Beau: What do you ! i th'nk your sister would like for her | i birthday'' j Tommy: I think she'd like a ! new beau. THE BUNGLE FAMILY Counting The Votes By TUTHJLL "H!» book Is said to be rather deep." "Can't be very deep. My daughter told me she managed to wada through It." THERE'S OLD HIGH-POCKETS NEXTOOOR WAVING TO ME- HEIiO KID! HOW IT'S SOFTENED i UP THE BOYS TO HEAR I'VE 5E-' APPOINTED Ad ASSISTANT , DELEGATE TO THE NATIONAL CONVENTION. THEY'LL CALL IT LUCK. Y.'HAT A LAUGH J 3 i I EARNED MOST Or MY LUCK, IN EACrt CAMPAIGN I WALK AROUND THE WORLD TWO OR THREE TIMES PRACTlCALiy SPEAKING, s . IN PARADES. /^AND I'VE /ALWAYS BEEN I HEART AND V SOUL FOR S~^\ WHATEVER PARTY I J-OINED ·DURING A ^CAMPAIGN, TOO X MANY THE ) TiME I'VE / WORKED LONG AFTER, THE ELECTION TOO, HOLLERING FOR A RECOUNT. 1 'I ANOTHER THING ABOUT ME is THAT i EXDN' ALiVAYS HAVE MY R^ND OUT FOR A DQUTICAL JOB. r GOT MINE THE HARD WAY. NOT 9Y KNOCKING \ vJOHN TAft-PAYER'S HAT OVER HIS ETES WHILE SOMEBODY f .- , , ELSE GRABBED ,Ai* \ ^ V HIS POCKETBOOK I WOULDN'T EVEN ACCEPT A POLITICAL JOS--UNLESS I FELT SURE I'D GIVE THE TAX-F¥CfER SOMETHING FOR HIS MONEY BESIDES THE DON'T-SHOOT EXPRESSION HE'S WEARING NOW. /--Wf- f C- I'D BE ONE POLITICIAN WHO WOULDN'T THINK. I'D KEPT MT PROMISE TO GIVE THE TAX-PAYER A GOOD RUN FOR HIS MONEY BY KEEPING HIM A COUPLE OF JUMPS . AHEAD OF THE 7 SHERIFF. OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS THE NEWFANGLES A Neio Budget! By COWAP "What are you going to do with your daughter after she grad- jates?' "If she can cook. I'll keep her home. If she can't I'll get her a job." ~7 ' C' VOU , 4O-rtE. TO iOE-E DOG* "tt LjCK oP TV ' ? j KAe.S.'EH.'= VOO MAVE. VOO GfTTKl/ P\eClMG " «A*tf-' £53*# =a4k£ \ \ ·Tm a self nade m»n, I want you to know." "Old chap, you should ha^e hollered for help " "Where are you gcng to spend your vacation""* "Depends on when I collect that fifty you owe meJ*_ ~ THE. BROOM MOP AMD DO rr THE. ME.SS CAU_. WAITING FOB TH\S AMD H\S WHILE. TM POET BP.IDWL ONE MORE THING 1 HAVE TJX3, AND THAT IS TO WETUWN THS CONTRACT XOU HAD -BCADV FOR ME TO S\GN VM THQOUGH VflTH VOU P»MD VOUR BO VOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS. GLADVS? vrei ArrEL \s RUINED AND TM OUT Or VYELL, 1 GUESS T DID rr XOU BACKED THE. \ VDU HAVENT LOST ELOPEMENT IDEA AND j ME . SUGAJ?. I'VE n WAS THE NWPONG / MADE A IHG MESS HOPSE AND I'VE / OP TVnNGS.BUT I \^.. '-m UO-ST NEVER INTCRFCPE IN XOUP IVUSINESS: AFFArRS AGAIN VOU SO MANY THING'S THAT XOU SEEM TO I GUESS I AM AN WFUL FLOP --OH, I KNOW! I COULD MAKE OUT A BUDGET OF THINGS 1. SHOULDNTT DO, UKE VIE DID FOR THE HOUSEHOLD EXPENSES ~r 1

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