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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa PEANUTS AMANDA PANDA The Odar Rapids GaxHte: Sat.. June M, 1874 B 0V MARCIA COUKSK THB LARGEST ANIMAL OF ALL IT FeePS MOSTL-V ON SHRIMPS WHICH AKE THE WMAlg HOU) DO THESE THINGS HAPPEN TO .ME? NO ONE I KNOU) 15 WE'LL FALL IN'LOVE .AMP iLWOUD UAITIN6 T) K TAKEN TO CV.tf WTK fciSON OAk.' BEETLE BAILEY SAR6E.. YOUR V NO..SiK. EVES .ARE 1 OVER 100 FEET STEVE CAN1 YON >OU'RE STEVE CA-OCN WLL I I HAVE hiS ifKoc JCfi I >O! "HINKTHAT RCtt IHAJA AHP JO I STOW WILL BE HIS 1AST IN ase HE FEOOMES CERTIFICATE... v CN THE MARRIASE COiTFACT.' ANOTHER OWE AV; YOU'LL 6OOUT A I KNOW GOIMG ROLlfih MARY WORTH r VERV WELL' BUT YOU MUST TAKE THE IT'S MUCH TOO LARGE- FOR MY ROOM I AT THE --SO I SLIPPOSE JO, MATT! iNCfc WORKING, I ASSUME HAVE 1 THE LEASE PENEWEP, HEY, THIS IS A TERRIFIC A CUTE KIP ANP A PRETTY LITTLE PEER ...LET'S KUW wey, MAV I HAVE SCME OF THAT FRUIT 6OOO. POMCH ONE CUP.1 ....THEKJ SCRAAA! OOR SUES BE ARRIVING Read Dennis fne Menace Daily in The Gazette Classified Secfion BUZ SAWYER WELL, UH BUT I'M OF e I BABY SISTER SOT TRAVELING ALREADY.) COME QUICK.' YOU OLD HORSE- MARRIED AUP X I WANT A COLLARl! WHAT ON Z'lL DO EARTH BRINGS YOU LEFT TMEM THE7 TO WASHINGTON? A. GROVE SO I COULD V BUZ. TRAVEL SLUGGO SAID I'M HE TOLD ME TO PUT A LITTLE MUSTARD ON THE BALL PEEWEE, HOW IS YOUR PITCH ING- TODAY NOT THROWING HARD ENOUGH WALT DISNEY'S SCAMP HEY, WILBUR! YOU STIUL. TRYINS TO LEARN TO FLY? WHAT DO YOU MEAN yew.' I'M STILL TRYING! 29 Angers 31 Wrasdlikt anima Furrow 38 Was in a chair Locations Roman rooms Small food fish 43 Sea eagle 44 Mylhica birds 46 Tear asunder V Notion 48 Presently 30 Holy Koman Church (1 Jim all" No use upsetting your vacation what I want to tell you about your job can wait until you get back." DICK TRACY YOUR COAT- -OOPS! MV, THATS A NOISV FOUNTAIN PEN! GRIN AND BEAR IT SHE MADE A PHOME CALL AND I THINK I KNOW WHERE. PASHIN'ROCKM S ItS TH' WORLD'S HARPEsr FCJRMATIC1N O' PIRT- AH 1 NATCHEFRAL. THAR- AH CAIN'T 0EAR WE KIN PO TH' TO WATCH M WONpeR RASSLER" IS AX TOMBSTONE UAKe TO WHCWP J UP A CUTS LI'U HOLPIM' TH' WORLD'S DIRTIEST? I am too You're mad because food prices went up by 7 runs in 8th inning." Bv CHICK YOUNG I JUST NEVER REALIZEP HOW OttiOTf WRNEY 15. ...SO SOMEONE I 1OU SEEM HAS TO SflE4< I KNOW... BUT 6PECIALTY IS IAN6UAGE, ANP BILLY 5AM GRUNTS... ...WELL iOOKK IT, BARNEY.' AT RR5T I HAP NO PIALOeiJE ANP NOW I HAVE OF IT: TELL ME IF THIS IS TOO HOT WELL, HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO KMOW UNTIL YOU TELL ME?
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