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\ rCovToonT nf I HAD a Terrible /it is 'Y 'S^ a a v n a^1 s v/ --j *«CT- ) ! ™v K,i PAV-E-JEEVTHWS- cold— Twas L j| u;E.T JWOM9' —y_ L— ', , ■ -,. royt hi.^ MESCAL IKE By s. l. huntley At Last Muley Has Credit FINNEY OF THE FORCE &l££z££ Saving Account - i * II co I AM W WAL,NOW-LADY-||_aN' 'TMATU -fvJELVE-FIFTY? Id B S^RYofFiCGrP 62 WILL SAVE J\SEALLyZ SAVEPg _— > ' _____—J FAST TH RED y ez> A fOINE 0 H THANK YbL), —n \ T-—J LOUSHT, AN IF Ol q rJ OFFICER—MOW l I (on pfar J \/. lets s#u r -- r ?f'T t-t-' B■-/- V° w PEAP y . [ Twill be out oth -| —.—4 press i ThoU6hT # r- \x • \ L, I COOLPM’T , “REG’LAR FELLERS’* For His Own Good MAYBE HOW ABOUT MAYBE IF SOME. _ CASTOR I COULDN’ A CHOCOLATE YOU TOOK A BEEF TEA? t COULDN, • zr SODA? YES, MOMMA' | NICE CLASS I 'COULDN' *5- MOM» ^ — _gL ?. z TELL THE MAN I OF MILK TAKE IT, % \ yyo.' | ADAMSON’S ADVENTURES Adam»on’» Better Self ■ By O. JACOBSSON • (9 ,by Consolidated New* Feature*) BRONC PEELER A Volunteer Cowboy ,___ By FRED HARMAN WERE LETTiM' VAOFT EASY- ", \ OcYf KNoW WHERir YER. WGHIENfS ARET Ppec.OUS Fo« AnY'BooyFL<,e- would OF HUMS YA WHesurv/Fe it emPloYi^nt C as 01= Ho Es ‘Tates is Lost. Per Stakin' up -Th' «2oao on is—uisT keep on go If/'- M Aecos— 1 will OFPEft SEavy,c6s -TfIAT CDNTfeAPSWUrvI AN’SCARiN TfliS AiAi'T No COUNTRY PeR. TFRillinC BY Jo'JE. / . '—A CoWBoY IMMEDIATELY' ,-TflElß fosse's. Z — _r Ah.L THeRe is A BEAUTIFUL V v r —blcYcLCs. ) ■ r, CL LAOY- SHE WILL -TELL ME WITH .HL OIUNT M£*.» | | VgHOM I M Turtle —Il;i. ha ! There's that old H \ f - y near-sighted .Mr. Duck trying to flirt *J?» \ ' wR h that decoy! »': (if I . WRIGLEY'S. 1 p I k waM&wgfi*- 1 f v j |^J| MOTHER’S PRESENT By gluyas williams f (Copyright.; by Tb« B«U Syndic*!*, Inc.) jfiujYAjj^ what wHRISIMAS P&ESEfTTHE HRS , fft t<WRAPPED OP SH£ AhJl " s fc,R - AlfoiOUslV STEMS A EOT »<««» M " ISOTitSf Jl HIDES li IH BOREAH J LUa L (L, DRAWER, CAUfiOWIN6 ANPASKS WEU. SftV£) * pitfußE FRAME SfIVS OF COURSE HE CaMT * ER N ,°J * E .f £ WoUU>N>f SHE UKE A = & WHA f s h e WAtifS feiVE HER HIS PRESENT BECAUSE HF WANTS if NICE PICfIRE FRftME yHllt CHRlStilte 1b $£ A SURPRJSH tt-te moLTPriE fxa^tner Scenes and Persons in the Current News I—Kingl—King Edward VIII of England, who frequently uses airplanes. 2—North transept of Westminster abbey in which funeral services were held for the late King George V. 3 —Nessim Pasha, who resigned as premier of Egypt because of increasing anti-British sentiment in that country. Hell Freezes Over at Last You’ve often heard the expression “when hell freezes over,” but this time it's literally true. Buried under six inches of snow is the little set tlement of Hell, Mich., a name given by one of the early settlers who was arrested for not paying his taxes on whisky he was distilling there. He christened the town Hell and Hell It has been ever since. The photo graph shows a dam at Hell frozen over. Although the little river is not named, it presumably is the River Styx. — Cotton Gin Wrecked bv a Farious Tornado • f > i This cotton gin machinery was toppled over and completely destroyed by the mad tornado that swept through the Sand mountain section of Alabama. Four lives were lost. Property damage ran into the thousands. Rescues Two From Plane Afire; Receives Award Lieut. Ilobert K. Giovannoli of Lexington, Ky., who is on duty with the army air corps at Dayton, Ohio, was elected to receive the Cheney award for 1935, in recognition of his “extreme bravery” in the rescue of two men from a burning plane at Dayton on October 30. California Governor and Bride Gov. Frank F. Merriam of California is shown above with his bride, who was Mrs. Jessie Stewart Lipsey of Long Beach. They were married the other day at the Mission inn in Riverside. Aga Khan Celebrates 50th Year as Monarch Richest of all monarehs is the Aga Khan, shown in the robes of the spiritual head of the Shiah Imami Ismaills and of the Khoja community of western India. He is celebrating the golden jubilee of his reign. His word is divine law to many millions of his subjects.