The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 1, 1932 · Page 8
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June 1, 1932

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

Frederick, Maryland
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Wednesday, June 1, 1932
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EIGHT THE DAILY NEWS, FBEDEEICK, MD., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1932- Eight Blacks, HORIZONTAL 1 Humbug. 5 Donkey-like beast. S Agreement between we or more persons. 1* Pertainias to air. ; 13 To exalt the spirit of. 15 Herb. ilSTo migrate IT Devi!. IS Fury. 19 Fissure in reck, filled ·with EjiaeraL ; 23. Acditory. ; 23 Fleet of ships. ' 24 Backbones. ; 26 Flower of this month. f 27 Obstinate contender over trifles. / 29 Tree fluid. | SO Flanders. ! 32 Form of moisture. 33 Original seat. 1 Answer to Prerto«s Pmzle fflsse aanuau SD 3 sssi ®st« n a 3i^*W iSoa nsa of the family of 50 Heathen gods Fraocis Joseph, 51 Rubber tree. famed ruler of 52 Piece as of Austria-Hungary. 55 Labels. 37 Persons baring ieprosy. 3S Part of a window. » 39 Mohajnmedan judge. 40 To warbl*. 41 P.ed dyewood. 44 Grain. .45 Fabric bread. 5STo wander about. 54 To embroider. 55 Let »t stand. VERTICAL 1 Perched. ' 2 Pronona. 3 Verb. -«*. 4 President of i Austria. f% 5 On the lee. « To soften, as leather batts. /? Condescending S Bundle. 9 Wing. 10 Cam. V 11 Golf dertce. 13 Whirlpool. 14 To InTelgl*. 20 Extends orer. 22 Vessels for holding Ink. 23 Prickly pear. 24 Stimulate*. 25 Artificial fly. 26 Hurrah! 27 Fictitious. 2S Things. 31 In bed. w_ 34 To tranqntllze. 36 Sersphitn*. 383.1416. '- 40 To simmer. 41 Title of courtesy. ^ 42 Stir. 43 Genus ·( grasses. 5^, \ 45 Beer. "^ £ 47 Insect's eot.V 4 5 Frozen water. ;9 Encountered. THE GUMPS Home, Saeet Home By SIDNEY SMITH I * FURIOUS AT THE VER y YMOIX.MT A. FRO/A HOME- s tMlr4K°OF IY / j wrmoor WER i I HAVE OF ANY A/vAK» Vs!WO W/AY FROM. ANt STAY OUT 6-1 OM . BET THERE NEVER WAS A MAM THAT EVER 1_)V£S - V*MO AY SOME IN Ml* XJF=«= COUUO StE NOYWlNtr AMEAD OF HIM A. MUTT AND JEFF Strategy On Mutt'* Part, We Call h By BUD FISHER OKAY A I M : rxc THC GCSUfeMS TO CUJTTSCS Afjt Trte. O ^AeeT· -me. AT" THASS OKAX '. H«HU ABOoT THt IMVITATIOMS ? THOUGHT TrVeY .., WHCM Met we. THICow THAT ·PAWTY? l^' TvJftM TO YOU ATTtNJD TO THAT REG'LAR FELLERS By BYRNES / Old Timer: You understanc} what a margin In stocka Is, don'l you? Tyro: Sure thing. That's the, i money you put up and lose. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Sot By MARTIN v/rn VOO WtXk MZt xv^ V\6WT NX F_ ". TE.VA- S SviSfCK. VrSVS! "There !« nothing to making ex- | jjjg B(JtfGLE FAMILY Friends By TUTHILL ' coves. i "You're right. I never yet framed j one that had the slightest effect : on a traffic cop." "They say George is an expert In the art of self-defense." "Nonsen»e! Edith made him propose in just one week." I "·"M ALF CLINKER SENT ME TO \ !/ TELL YOU THEY GOT KIM V '' L / · I'LL BE RIGHT HE DID WAS HI OH GEORGE BUNGLE PLEASE DON'T TELL YOU'RE GOING DOWN TO A POLICE STATION AT THIS TIME OF NIGHT TO INTERFERE IN THE AFFAIRS OF SOME RUFFIAN WHO. I KNOW. SUCH A HUU.ABALOO! AND AT TV/0 O'CUOCK. IN THE MORNING. SOMEONE TRAMPING UP DOWN THE HALL FUNG'.N DOORBELLS AND ARGUING WITH THE NEIGHBOR I WONDE WHAT.. ,\\ !| AN ICEMAN, f · - ''LOCKED UP FOR SHELLACKING A ICEMAN. ALF SAlO YOU'D 1 REMEMBER HIM. HE CHEERED FOR YOU WHEN YOU rrrT · MADE A BIG ij IS POLITICS. \\ EVERY VOTE COUNTS. I'LL BE B.ACK /] ot/r WAY By WILLIAMS THE NEWFANGLES (Mom and Pop) A Mystery! By COWAN ·. "Is your husband all you thought 1 he was?" ' "Just about. But he doesn't come : close to being all he thought ho was." § Pint Fish: There goe* that Skate. He never scends a cent. Second Fish: Yes. he has the reputation of being a cheap skate. Miss Perch: I'll never dance with Mr. Lobster again. Miss Trout: Why? Miss Perch: He pinches so hard when h« hold* y«*. - * -»^ --' WHAT KiMO OF / 1 au= WAMMA PROVE A *STu K J~"f" i*E TV*i^ r' v/ \ ; THAT I HUM£T )T uP*. ME UP OM A uAOOfcC?, V W/A\_L PAPER, 1 ^m^. cov.e.s HOME. AM AMD *TtXJ ORAGGlMCr \ 'THRC\'vJ \T DOWM OKi Dovjw FROM THH. ! -TVA' FLOOR.cxc. RCOM IKJ THE / \TS OM WER HOCH', HOUSE ,TO SHOW WE , THAT vou V UP vouR ccAT/^;^'S Bt HAuuvl' ME. CuTA BED TO A\-\_ I AST . v : ;^-^^^p^ \Nii4V MOTHERS GtT SO.VOU'Oe MARRIED. EH"? VYEU THIS POET HUSBAND OF XOORS? VOU HAD «)MEmflNG TO DO J WITH THIS ELOPEMENT, XOUNG / . M^rse VOU CAt-4 / TE:I_L. us ? -'-o^'-?

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