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Roanoke Rapids daily herald. (Roanoke Rapids, N.C.) 1948-1949, December 31, 1948, Image 10

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ACROSS 27. Civil Injury
1. Zeal 29. Head covering
fi. Self 30. Gael
9. Segment of a 34. Political
curve hanger-on
12. Answer tha 37. Number
purpose 38. Antics
13. Swiss river 41. Loose overcoat
lfi! Pold'of cloth “-f"®
“ VS ‘“Sc
18. Tipping 45. F'og
20. Looks stpartilv 47. Growing out
CUT1ES By E. Simms Campbell
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21. Photographic 50. Exist e , .. A w „
instrument 51. Employ Solution of Yesterday’* Puzzle
23. Most sagacious 52. Surgical thread
24. Poem 53. European river DOWN 3. Visionary
25. Gaseous hydro- 54. Understand 1. Serpent a i-w-shaned
carbon 55. Inclination 2. Electrical unit J* Jyithdraw |
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2l 122 23 ■
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5T5s 36 37
33 |3f 1-40 — 37 142
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43 36 47 43 \4<J
So Si 52
35 34 — 75
.. Opening
3. Source
9. Astound i
• 10. (fhnrges
11. Top
17. Demolishes
ID. Turning
machines
2’. Light bed
23. Fuss
23. Thin
26. Masculine
nicknam*
23. Capsule of
a moss
31. Compare
critically
•‘2. Indian of
Tierra del
Kuego
23. Base of th*
decimal
s\ stem
25. Region of
nether
darknesa
26. Scarcest
23. Intrigue
2'». Mimicry
4". Grows whit# I
42. One lost beyon*
recall: elan*
4 4. Largo plant
16. Simple sugar
4.3. Weight
! 49. Finish
LIFE’S LIKE THAT By Fred Neher
“Sybil says there’s only one thing she wants for her
birthday ... not to be reminded of it."
BOBBY SOX Bv Marty Links
,
"No, boys, vc _•? not going to stay up and celebrate the New j
Year . . . Time enough for that when you're old enough to j
know better!"
MOP5Y by GLADYS PARKER
PHOOEy/MEN ARE T{ THEY'RE ALL
ALL ALIKE / ^-^ / J LIKE TOO/
i
"I don't know WHAT they'll do for recreation when we
lose this party line!"
CROSSTOWN ~~ By Roland Coe
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"If this is what she gave him for Christmas, he sure got gyped!" (
REG LAR FELLERb .
@HE*E IT IS -- W.*ST\
^3 0f A PIE. CAN I HELP A
'VIDEO AMONG itXJ WITH THAT’ )
l PEOPLE, HOW J
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ONE GET'’
WELL — ,
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IT OUT WITH y .
‘ RULER /
BRUCE GENTRY
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SLEEP..THIS RIDICULOUS j
If-SITUATION BETWEEN MY Ji
f OWN DAUGHTER AND jlA
VMY WIFE IS DEVELOPING fll
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RIP KIRBY
JEFF CROCKETT
f IM SORRY FANNY, ^
BUT YOU AND RUD/ >
1 BETTER GO WITHOUT.
(US ..WEIL MEET YOU
(THERE AS SOON AS
\WILLIE GETS HOME _.V
f JEFF, IM COIN TO A NEW l
I year's eye party; rM .x
GONNA BE FATHER )
fTIME'GOOUT ^
AND BUY ME
A SCYTHE! /tN/THE
HERE. SAM MV ! I WANT VOU
TO TAKE THIS NOTE TO VOUB
FRIEND. JIMMV DIKON '
^ - ».—. ii / GO!—MR. BROCK/
J LET'S GO,SWEETHEART. YOU'VE BEEN MB SHOW
■ THAT'LL BE ALL FOR BUSINESS TO ME SINCE
! YOU —NOBODY TELLS 1 WAS A K|D... DON'T LET
I MR. BROCK OFF LIKE ME DOWN... IF YOU'D
THAT, GIVE ME ANOTHER
CHANCE.I'LL PROVE
TO YOU I CAN ACT/ *
: i
WELL/
MR. TOWNE/ I MUST
LIKE VOU A LOT TO LET
YOU BARGE OFF WITH MV
FIANCE THIS WAV/
MUTT and JEFF
OZARK IKE
I LOCKIT THE SIZE T IT TOOK US A HUNDRED^
(CF THEM NUGfiETS, ) TEARS OF HARD WORK
f JOHNSON. THEY'RE / BOSWELL, BUT NOW
I KIN6SIZE ! WE CAN RETIRE AND \
LIVE like PLAYBOYS' J
I'LL KEEP SHOVELINJ THE GOLD V IT'LL BE LIKE \
OUT. YOU HIGHTAIL IT FER TOWN {SUTTER'S AMLL )
AND STAKE US THIS HERE cLA'.A A ,N 49 ALL S
BEFORE THE BIG RUSH STARTS? ) OVER AGAIN? J
THE NEBBS
PHOEBE SAYS YAND WELL NEVER)
they cant callVget a cab on /
TOR US BECAUSE! NEW YEARS .
WILBUR ISN'T EVE- ~Z/
^HOMEYET^
THATS WHAT WE GET FOR LETTING \
JUNIOR TAKE THE CAR .NOW WE /
IAN WALK TO THE PARTY—
WHERE CAN THAT CRATY WILBUR
BE ON NEW YEARS EVE ANYWAY ?;
GOOD GRIEF.. YAWO 1 .
ITS AFTER NINE!) STILL -^ ■
PHOEBE WILL BE)CANT FIND ANY Y
WILD AT ME'./ 'LORE DOPE ABOUT
LTHAT ARTIST _—
l ^Eftf
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' you know Be a hit at the
ONE OF THOSE PARTY WITH THIS
THINGS THEY IDEA) __ -•
CUT GRASS
WITH I w.'y
( HEy MUTT' HOW about a
/ I COULDNT NICE LAW^
\^GET A SCYTHE- MOWER?
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MIKI
AH , THERE VOU ARE.SAMMV1
VOU'RE JUST IN TIME FOR
BREAKFAST / -- ii wrf^
DEBBIE DEAN ‘ I
I FIRST I MAN 7 {JUST LISTEN 70
EGOTISTICAL HER—WHERE
SNOB ANO NOW A OOES SHE THINK
I M YOUR HERO SHE'LL GET WITH
THIS ACTS BETTER, STUFF LIKE THAT?)
BABY. BUT I'VE »
HEARD THOSE LINES,
FROM EXPERTS/
MARK TRAIL 1
CONGRATULATIONS,
OU LUCKY BUM/ SAY
CHERRY, WHAT'S THIS
OLD SOURDOUGH GOT
THAT^X HAVEN'T GOT?
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