THE DAILY HERALD/JAN. 24, 1936/PAGE 4Sunshine Noozie was The Daily Herald weather kid for many years in the history of this newspaper now called the Sun Herald. The Noozie cartoon often accompanied the Herald's weather news, which for this one is dated Jan. 24, 1936, when weather was 'fair, not so cold.'
THE DAILY HERALD/JAN. 24, 1936/PAGE 4Sunshine Noozie was The Daily Herald weather kid for many years in the history of this newspaper now called the Sun Herald. The Noozie cartoon often accompanied the Herald's weather news, which for this one is dated Jan. 24, 1936, when weather was 'fair, not so cold.'
THE DAILY HERALD/JAN. 24, 1936/PAGE 4Sunshine Noozie was The Daily Herald weather kid for many years in the history of this newspaper now called the Sun Herald. The Noozie cartoon often accompanied the Herald's weather news, which for this one is dated Jan. 24, 1936, when weather was 'fair, not so cold.'

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