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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, April 22, 1930, Image 8

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Jr-* DO YOU UNDERSTAND ?
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A- TOO MADE1 A DATE TO HAVE MR PlAPPARD
r \Xlook over your insurance policies — *
*^AND SEE HOW YOU STAND —
TOUR FAMILY WOULD 8f
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11 Herb plant.
12 Boatle.
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13 Wooden flab.
16 Weapon.
16 Pe*ame.
19 Like.
20 Golf deTfee.
21 t'nit of work.
23 Rone.
2t Breakwater.
23 Chapter of
the Koran.
27 Hauled.
30 Started.
32 Nominal
ralae.
88 Rodent.
89 Aye.
30 To percb.
57 Skin layer.
39 Total.
41 Pronoun.
42 Chief prod
uct of
Kentucky.
44 Son sod.
41 Corrosire.
47 Cioose family.
49 To increase
intensity.
50 Scoffs.
VERTICAL
1 Hirer on
went edge of
Indiana.
2 Exclamation.
.1 Secured.
4 NnrtheaM.
5 Cruder,
n Boil*.
7 MiMer.
8 Drunkard.
YESTERDAY'S ANSWER
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9 Hmlgfpodjtf,
10 Htro of thn
Silo.
13 To fare.
10 Grain.
17 To thrash.
20 Row.
22 Color.
21 Chart.
20 Grows old.
28 Each.
20 Doth.
31 llon^f
lonrlrr.
33 To *<onr.
34 Twltrhlng.
30 Fish.
37 Signal sirs*
t**m.
38 To srrntlnizfe
40 Rlrmisha*.
42 Point.
43 1 nit.
40 Voto In srale
48 Southraat^jL
r wish i could play
THE ACCOQOIAN AS I i. j————— 4
WELL AS HE POfJ/ " *0 50LE -
LISTCW.HeiS 5IN6IN& !; ' ,'J
IN SPANISH. /TSzA *
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Hag tnothq; buX no fathtr
There are at least tour mistakes in the above picture. They may per
tain to grammar, history, etiquette, drawing or whatnot. See if you can
find them. Then look at the scrambled word below—a..d unscramble it,
by switching the letters around- Grade yourself 20 for each of the mb
takes ycu find, and 20 for the word if you unscramble It. ^
SIDE GLANCES » George Clark \
"I never *et to ro any place where I can wear it, hot It'd nice t»
know yon have it handy.'*
CORRECTIONS
(It ACCORDION is spelled incorrectly. <2> The man at the rtf!**
is stating; In Italian, not Spanish. (3) The accordion should hav* a
strap across the hand of the player. <4) The horn part of the saxo
phone should be facinf forward instead of sideways. (5) The tcrawhifd
word is VINEGAR.

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