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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, August 06, 1930, Image 8

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THE DCG AND HOW LONESOME
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place. ■—
13 Night before
14 To languish.
13 Trees.
16 Swimming
organ
17 One.
18 Knitted coat
21 Moisture.
23 Made of oat
meal.
24 Inlet.
26 Always.
28 Thick shrub.
20 White w ith
age.
30 Dogma.
32 Wire rope.
83 Setter.
33 Middle.
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36 Fart or a
circle.
39 Insulated.
41 Stir.
43 Call of A
dove.
41 Winged.
43 Genus of cat
tie.
46 To scatter.
47 Tat tiler.
48 Verb.
VERTICAL
1 definite nr*
tide.
2 To «*«*•.
. * 3 Branch.
4 Muddle.
3 Loos of a ba1
VESTFRlM 1 S Mt
tie.
0 Flyer.
7 Indented.
3 To goad.
9 Relative.
to First letter ot (
a name.
f I Mesh of lace.
19 C.rief.
. 20 Half an em.
21 To derogate
22 Tumor.
1 24 To steal.
r 25 Sandy.
1 27 Scarlet,
i 29 Possessed. r
l 31 Sunt.
? 32 Apple drink.
4 34 Festival.
Jl 33 To allot.
- 37 Eggs of Hshe*
. 33 Fish.
. 40 To stroke.
41 Striped faN»
? ric.
J 42 Drone l»ee.
^ \ THIS 15 THE. GREAT RCP >CV£CT CAM
I WHICH IMPOUNDS THE COUfiAQO
\ S pIVXR WATERS IN AN IMMENSE RE5
4*- EffVOlP. PESIGfiEP ASA GREAT POWER
PROJECT, IT IS mClDE-ATAtiy A SOURCE
OF WATER FOR iRRAGATiON PURPOSES'.
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Loves the dounfry.
There are at least four m :ak* m the above ptciurr They may pei
tain to grammar, history, e* iuG'-v drawnm or whatnot S*e If you can
find them. Then look at the scrambled word below—and unscramble it
by switching the letters around. Grade yourself 20 for each of the mis
takes you find and 20 for th word if * >u unscramble it
SIDE GLANCES'. George Clark]'
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■•Well baby. I talked the boss int> buying that rcadster re were !:okir~
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CORRECTIONS
ill Fcr the sake ef strength, th** riam should be built rurvinz mv.
against the river's flow. i2* the Roosevelt dam is across the Salt river
in Arizona, instead of the Colorado river. (3) Its primary purpose was irri
gation Instead of power, ill Irrigation is spelled incorrectly. • 5» The
scrambled word is PATRIOT.
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