The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 2, 1932 · Page 10
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June 2, 1932

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 10

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!«^^ THE DAILY NEWS, TBEDEBICK, MD., THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1932. Diversified Questions i THE GUMPS Fitter Patter By SIDNEY SMITH to PreTions Foozle f t l Fotaiatae to _ 10 Fourth oote. .'ll Specimen.'' ?14By. f IS SeT?ntb siote of th« seajor diatocic scale r . i -iS To acknowledge. 1 21 Par! ol a crarca. 23 To arrange c»c:b. $5 Scalier per- tics. 26 Mistake. 28 1-ast word of a prayer. 25 Measure of urea. 30 Di'ti^ctive feature. 33 Toward. 34 Ccar-Ia'-ed. 35 E:ned. 37 Eagle's nesl. 39 SM . beetle. ·Ji SissT: horses. 42 Malif title of courtesr. 43 Air space. 46 Pattern blotk. 47 Therefore. 4? Card game. 49 Inevitable. SOExcSacatioa of joy. 51 Forward. 52?::nK of en insect. 54 V a r i a n t of 55 Black haws. VERTICAL 1 Public cab. ,, 2 B3g!e plat. 3 To what political party did Woodrow Wilton belong? 4 Very high mountain. 5 Flower sym- ( bolic of France. 6 Tracts of land devoted to agriculture. 7 Joke. S Want. 9 Religion of tot Moham- medans. 10 Ceorge Washington was ' ---- politically? 13 Reiteration. 14 OOcial residences of sov rrei?n«. 15 Colursbus w~ the discoverer of America? 20 Small island. 11 ResAon. 12 B-xk. »4 Va'ued. 26 Half an em. 27 Second not*. 31 Perfect patterns. 32 Nail maker, t 35 Dry table-l«od r of S- Africa. 35 Larva. V 40TumulU. v 41' 44 To rex. 45 Rim. 53 N* ^ , (f: TMiS. TO ME.fcT ~ YO BOY ! LOOK. AT r R4:K1 COAiVE tOVu I -AY IY teW/sM m*i -' ·-? 7fr~ t-i fl O I 33 I 51 "£. J 48 52. A 4. 53 P 1^ MUTT AND JEFF It Looks Like Mutt's On The Spot By BUD FISHER 138 LOOK ATTH«S, 4GFF.' ----' /·* THAT HAMl AT IT'S POIIOTIMG i BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Now Boots Knows! By MARTIN By BYRNE REG'LAR FELLERS Fashion Plaque \ ROM OliT OK* WE T 0 6tT KWW I 1 OOK/T VOO TO VAiOU^X hiOW . SOT I OO WN^T VOO TO . \.OOVi 6OOO . ,, TOOK \K» f\ MKbi MOST r\\6V\\.V tO TO TVYE. By TUTHILL Explaining The Political Mystery ! THE BUNGLE FAMILY I I I/ HE HAS IT SAD THIS TIME I, '/ BECAUSE, FOR SOME REASON I THAT I DON'T L'XCERSTANO, \ \ THE MEM AT ONE OF , THE MEETiNSS STUFPED YOUR FATHER WITH THE NOT'.OM THAT THEY NEEDED HIM AT THE CONVENTION. OH FEGGY, HE 15N' DELEGATE. HE'S V.'ELL, SOMETHING LIKE A MOURNER WHO RiQES !N THE FOURTH OR FiFTH CARRIAGE. SOME IMPORTANT MAM WHO WAS TO MAKE A SPEECH LOST HIS TEETH. YOIJR FATHER STErPEO FORWARD, AND DURING THE EXCITEMENT SOMEONE !N AU LOST HIS HEAD. I SUPPOSE ANiD ASK£D YOUR FATHER '; AS A DELEGAi c." DAD? _.-{| THINK. ( i ! OF ' ' ' ' IT! forecast for sum- brown and white with whi:e coj- tourh of Drown is a brown fcid : 'no x-.imp and A The newest fastuon mer resort ·srear !s the kid shoe to be worn i tumes which have .1 JThe shoe Illustrated i sandal with trim on I strap of white kid. WELL OF COURSE, EVERYONE IS INTERESTED PEG PHRC'JGM ANOTHER SIEGE OF THE POLITICAL MEASLES HE CATCHES EVERY CAMPAIGN. COINS TO THE CONVENTION! r WONOE?- HOW WHAT HAPPENED V, TO DAD? \ / LATELY HE'S \ ( BEEN--WELL, ' V DIFFERENT. .' How Come? By COWAN THE NEWFANGLES (Mom and Pop) By WILLIAMS OUT OUR WAY. X-AND VOU MEAN \ / TO SteV THAT VOL) VOU HELPED PULL OFF ^ WHY---SUPE* TVlt9 ELOPCMEWT 1 WAS ALL ,\\/OP?PCV AFTfeR, W4EM VOO -TO X.OOH: oP AM' I DON'T KNONN \ THE GROOM THROUGH fi, FROM AM' COME HOuH IS A\_\ OS. 1i Tor.': e ir. '.x :rao::.or.a; but ir, a brlda". ?oi"r. c-r pir.k. :h.v. 1 lian Eniersor, ·'above v ^cw Yr"i ' girt, wi:: be n-.-^rr:el or. Jur.e SS *o \V:1- ' iiani Wr:?;i; Harv, Ja . s-^r. -·; ger.crs'. · ar.d Mr?. \V:.::?.rr. \Vr.gh: Harts of , Wa".-.:r. ; ;;-»-.. 'Ti cerenror.y w;U be be'.d "THE COT LOOK C 1 « 2 « T NCA SOIVKX. Wt^

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