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Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania CHESTER TIMES CHESTER PA MONDAY OCTOBER 9 1933 THIRTEEN Reformer OUR BOARDING HOUSE HORIZONTAL IWho is the reformer in the picture 13 Pale U Euglish money pll 15 Noisy 16 The pictured lady is na tive of 18 Authoritative sanction 19 Griet 20 River em Answer to Previous Puzzle 19 Made ot wool 21 She wrote many 22 Pertaining to a stele 23 Cupidity 25 She is head ol her organiza tion In 26 To merit 2S Her father was the ot this organiza tion 30 Legal rules By AHEKN 36 This lady er iu the 33 Jocular bankments to helps those VVIJTW 11 36 Pertaining to prevent floods Who are ftKiwii dura mater iZ Turf 37 Her orfianiza 1 Urn 37 Keno 23 Taunts tlon raises 2 Movers truck 38 Liquid of fat 24 Toward them from a 3 English 39 She was head 25 Man after io a 4 Waste spaces of the whom Arcadia higher state n nilnes work of her was named 41 Sea hires 5 Sea eagles organization 26 Half an cm 42 Goose G To load 40 Into prefix 27 Fairy 43 Publicity 7 Exists 11 Melody 29 Despicable 44 To tote S Prophet 42 Member ot SO To loiter 46 Shrewder i Snake Sufism 31 lAon 47 Female sheep 10 Down but 43 Gone 32 Even 45 Continent never 45 Onager 33 Ollas or pots 49 Naval mans 11 Natural force 46 To slash S4 God of the civilian dress 12 Monks cowl 47 Tree sky SO Winglike 17 Sour milk 49 Mother SB Road 51 She is a work drink 50 Measure MY RETURN TO THE LABORATORY HARRRUMF FOR VOUR KIND ASSlSTANCEr AND 1 AM i TURNING OVER PET TO YOU LOCK STOCK BARREL 5 VOUR v COUPLE 13 Ifa 14 SNUFFY MY BUCKS 1 NEVERV OFSCIENCE AND INVENTION t5AW THAT MUCH SUGAR 1KJ LUMP VEARS OF NOW I CAN WAAK IN TVA1 HOUSE WITHOUT iV DUCKIN CROCKERYV AST AS POR METH BUY A 7 L STORE TOO SAY TOO MUCH ON ONE 3 OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS OOMT ORAGGiM IF 1M f UP AM1 AM TOO AS NNEUAS1 BACKWARD FORWARD PO OCWOM OM MEPQEo ARE MADE ALLEY CURIOUS WORLD IM GOIN AFTER THAT BK W WHEN HOLLECYOU COME HELP u Hijj Help Bv HAM LIN ONE SPECIES OP ANT BUILDS COVERED THE VARIOUS ANT COMMUNITIES HES BEEN IN THERE MUCH TOO LONG GOING IN AN1 SEE WHATS WRONOf HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Willie Gels a Present 1 By MARTIN TOADS WHEN HANDLED PLAV DEAD SO THATTHEIR MOVEMENTS ARE ENT1REIV SUSPENDED A GIANT fcIRO THAT ONCE LIVED JN KEW ZEALAND REACHED A HEIGHT OF ROOM COVXECT Ht PROMPTLY OUT THE W OL WASH TUBES Hopes Are High By CHANS Tnc dinornis seems to have keen exterminated rty tns Maoris natives of Mew Zealand about three centuries ago These birds were related to the kiwis and cassowaries which still inhabit that country They were unable to fly having only rudimentary wings SEZ you Fain As a class insects are represented in practically all parts of the world The native name of Persia is Deman Isaiah was a Mohammedan prophet Ishmacl was the elder son of Ahraham and reputed ancestor of a number of north Arabian tribes Jehoshaphat was the first king of Judah Saint Jerome was the most learned of the early fathers of the Latin church 7 Jimmu Tenno was the first ruler of Japan 8 John Browns Body wns one of the most frequently sung marching songs of the War of 1S12 Fractious means unruly cross or captious 10 JIumper is classed as an adjective in the English language IVE fOUWO TH1 IJ5ST TVE POUND IVE fouwo U6GLUgf NOWJTELtALL ITS TH1 MlKtE I KUOW VcXJ KWOW i IT IS MUStA BEEN VEARS FEET DEEPW COVERED H OLD LOGS FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Crash Admits Hes Good By BLOSSEH Heres how to your inlrlliprmc SCOIT If 5nn ihnik a Is true plate a ilurk it In ihr iniiiiiigi liNiln True If you Ihlnk H falfe jlaic a rhrck bcsnlc tl in Hie rohnnti Iu alpl After you have coniplcirl tlio mk m the inricrt am in down in the siiorc colinnn every time yon correct A prrfpct score Answers to Scz Vou Questions on Last Page WERE CARRYING OUR END DAVIS STAR PLAYEEj OM LAST YEARS PSIKIGLE TEAM MAS TO 5MADYSIDE AMD WAS JoiWED me SHADVSIDE FOOTBALL SQUADHES OUT FOR MIS FIRST PRACTICE W7V TUE BoVS DIDJA SEE FRECKLES NOT T72AP THAT PASS I JsADBUT I 6VSS JUST TUI2EW CRASH fl COULD PlCkL EIA SOODX JUSTUS SpOD HUM OWLY 1 Go PER SWASWIW fVIe LLCRASH JUST RED TUAT SMASUIN TUE LIME IS AAY LOMO SUIT AM DO L SMASH IT AM I TWISH 11 1 HATES DOESMT OW VMATS TTfE DIFF AS LOWS AS HE LIVES UP O HIS REP AMP HELPS SHADV SIDE CLEAN ROUGH foctbjll his caused numerous acci cienls in llic few jcars Tlic only way lo reduce tricsr injuries is to play the game deanly Jock Sutherland famous fooibal coach Lrsiversify of Pillsburgh Panthers htirilineu in citlorn foolball his vnltcn a fcrifis f n Football tor Freckles icadm It wD prit of thu strip jevcral limps A week Hive is the one PHR sketch at ilSutrites Inc illegjl use ni hands arms and legs in blocking The yei facing the reader has pushed his nghj leg between thelegs of his oppcsmgltne man and is holding his opponents leg against KU ovvn This iomelimci results in painful injury lo Ihc as an action in the line will throw hun on balance and under a pileup BRICK the City Kcnealh the Sea Bv William RiLt and Clarence Gray
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