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Register, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1931, Danville, Virginia THE REGISTER, DANVILLE, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER Holiday Puzzler SATURDAY'S ANSWER 1 Today Is a 1 State of being a slave. 13 To unclose. 14 To repulse. 16 Law. IS Summer resi- dency 19 To eject. 20 The greater ct.ory. 22 Border. S3 This day is In honor ol------? Sailor. 26 Post or mall. 27 Ear of a kettle. 20 Planned. S3 Part of a curved line. 35 Our Uncle 3 6 Very young bird. 87 Cuckoo. 88 Corded fabric. 89 Exuberant in growth. 41 Simpleton. 43 Twenty-four hours. 14 Membranous bag. 46 Bulb flower. 49 Social insect. 51 Tree. 54 Metal, 55 To accelerate. 57 Genuine. 53 Monster. 59 Slackening bar in A loom. 60 Dry. More poverty- stricken. 62 Those who profess mysticism. VERTICAL 1 Students' residence. 2 Large oceanic fish. 3 Smooth. 4 Inactive. 5 Upper limb. 6 Twelve months. 7 Suture. 8 Measure of cloth. 9 Monstrosity. 10 Inarticulate. 11 Hodgepodge. 12 Pertaining to meter. 1C What region under U. S. control does not celebrate this day as a holiday 21 Crazy. 23 Boy. 25 To pay back. 26 Hides. 28 To habituate. 29 Aperture. 31 Vigor. 32 Ocean. 33 Conjunction. 34 Inlet 38 Soldiers' food allowance. 39 Knock? 40 Beret. 42 Handles. 43 Ate. 45 Gem weight. 47 To impel. 48 Learning. 49 Three-banded armadillo. 50 To abound. 52 Fairy. 53 Secular. 55 To observe. 5C Arid. BE HELD OFF OFVJL I STICKLER SOLUTION Large Group of Cruisers To Assemble in Hamp- ton Roads K-ORFOLK. va.. sept, with annual maneuvers and target prac- tice to begin off the Southern Drill Grounds. September 9, the largest group of cruisers assembled in Hamp- ton Roads in recent years, was to ar- Wtth High IDEALS For Hearts and Hands These LADIES SAILED For Distant Lands The words In heavy letters are the three missing words, each com- posed oJ the same six letters. NOVEMBEK9 To Determine the Va. Nat'l Guard Candidate For CadeUhip to Wejt Point RICHMOND. Va., Sept. Adjutant General 8. O. Waller has notified commanders throughout the state that an examination to deter- mine the Virginia National Guard candidate for cadetehlp the Unit- ed States" Military Academy .will be held here on the night of November 9th. The notice out that the examination is for the selection of one candidate to report for entrance examination to be held March 1. 1932, at West Point. The appoint- ment will be awarded to qualified candidates In the order of "merit es- tablished at that time In competi- tion with other national guard can- didates. An applicant, to be eligible for ap- pointment from the national must be an enlisted 'man of a unit REAL CREAM AT NO EXTRA COST Danville Dairy Products Co. rive within. the next few days. Between 15.00O were expected !n port on the four- men Percy Barbour and is spending some time with them at Plalnsboro, N. J. j Mr. and Mrs. Noell Wadllngton and children, of Roanoke, spent the past week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bulllngton. They were accompanied niece. Miss Hazel home by their Barksdale, who will spend two weeks with them. Mrs. OHie Hogan. of Chatham, was the guest last week of her sister. Mrs. J. C. Bhelton. j -nzisers putting In, and the ac- i Miss Janle Berger, of Winston- auxiliary cralt of equal j Salem, N. C., Is the guest of her j mother. Mrs. Nannie Berger. I Mrs. Chesley Tosh, of Toshes, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. number. At least seven flag officers were ex- pected to arrive with their commands in the maneuver whicn Is to contln- Nannie Berger. ue Irom Septembsr 9 to November 22, when their ships will start lor their home pons In time Christmas holidays. for the Oulv the destroyers of th3 scout- Mr.- and Mrs. E. H. Porer and: children, and Walter Bailey and daughters, Misses Chloe and Doro- 1 thy. of Crewe, attended the home- coming at Greenfield last Sunday. Miss Frances Bernard is soendlng the week-end In Bocky Mount with Ing fleet will be absent from the maneuvers. They are to go to York- town for the sesqulcenteai.ua cele-, ballon in October. Rocky Mount last week. Vice Admiral A. L. Wlllarf whose Hunt _ flag ship, the eraser Augusta in j c the Norfolk navy yard, is in corn- j gcott I of the scouting force. Tbe cruiser Northampton, undergoing re- pairs in the Norfolk navy yard. also., is to be the Hag ship of Hear Aa-; Watt T. Cluverlus. .vho is toj tcrulser division number j M T t BIARRITZ, Prince Wales Is very popular with hotel vice Admiral G. R. Marvell. corn- j keepers and tradesmen of this re-i. the cruder dlvisloae of the j sort. Crowds of visitors flocked In will be on the cruiser j Teeks of the of thc 6COU iavc Trenton for his flag coming. Bear Auzn'.ral C. H. Woodword. com-) mantling cruiser four will bei LAKEWOOD.X. J. Ear- on the Concord volunteer fireman, is put out be- The cru.sera will have aboard, in: ras expected to cotac ls 1Q2 and takes dally walks. He i v-----.0 sujpass Zaro Agha thc I claimed to be 155. i- SpOO i cause there was no fireman's parade a the', "ear la which he could march. FULL-VISION allow jour duH ioenter into the keen, plaj of youth. The clear, of Ort hogons the world iuat it: without blur and the de- Telop naturally... with- out strain or May we tell yoM how mutib mean to (rowing child? The S. Galeski Optical Co. Manufacturing Dis- pensing 551 Main Street. noofalMd by 'tb and mutt have Mrvtd M an man for not ItM .than on the date of atfmlMlon. July 1, 1OT9. Tbt agt limit it from 19 to jrenn. nMd not be tlon must be by. adju- Unt feneral not laUr than Novem- ber wepmpaniod by a report of physical examination. The report for .exa tlon at their own the order v% aralna- for the state examlna- said. RINGGQLD f KINQOOLD. Sept. Frances Ftrgiuon had guest end Mlawf vernon and Chappeh 01 Danville. Va, Dtndny Wilet returned Thursday from the Memorial hoi- InjjetUng along nicely alt- er an. operation for appendicitis. L. Bradley had the misfortune to lose one of his tobacco Sat- urday afternoon by i MlM Jimmy Uaymei mtntanM a number of her friends to a fcnUOTlck stew last Saturday nlfht. Miss, Gladys Meadows and Ruth Ryder have returned homo after yield- log relatives In. and Ctakca Branch, Va. Samples RMis for rest pc- nods the maneuvers. Tra.n 5-quadron bv Soar TV. A. Marihau. tvlll Chalk Level CHA-5 I.EVEL. Sept. 7. Three as. z larg" at the a; last Sunday George L. r-' aixj very A was st-rvtd. Ab ililajj. ycais o' there artd wcmt-d very active "V.'c A. M-jrpJiy had a a: lana Monday sight that by a 3arg; rj-jraber o: bis, JriEDiSs. Si X Barksda> hifl A trtck Thisisday sight tiui-. -a-ia Osrar who has Js all s-jTnirirr. WAS la this week JCCTjt. Sirs. aivl fia-agliSers FatWrr. ol ScJ.col- d. spent with Mr. A. J. Dove. Mr. Mrs. Croofc ana of Bocky spcr.t ]ast Stir.djiy trtth Sirs. Crook's brother 3y, W. F. Berated. Mr. aad Mrs. Sbellon. c" CjiTion fwge, xna Paul. Jr.. guests o; Mr. and Mrs. JimaaJe Jflss Miry WadUngtoa retarded j with her and lamUy, For Your Winter's Burn Dependable COAL Pioneer Splint for Grates. Pioneer Egg for Grates and Stoves. Red Bee for Grates, Stoves and Heatrolas. Red Dot for Arcolas and Furnaces. Pocahontas Egg for Stoves and Heatrolas. Red Fox for Furnaces. Domestic Ban of Mine for Furnaces. UY F. WALTO PHONE 1197 Off to ege Herman's present the new things in wearables that girls want for their college year away from home or for their year at Averett Styles are so smart for this new season i -i that choosing a college warclrobe will indeed be a most pleasant task. For convenience we s suggest things that should be in every well rounded outfit. Carolyn Boucle coat for. dress collar and cuffs, 49.50. Canton, Crepe Frocks for :.afternoons in town, 16.50. Sheer Woolen one and .two-piece Dresses for class- room, 9.85. Nub tweed knit three-piece suit, short, jacket, pullover and skirt, 16.50. A -New Superba Silk Hose In the wanted new .shades for all cos- tumes. Every pair perfect, 85c. Smart Leather Hand Bags Shapes and sizes es- pecially designed for the college new rough leathers, 2.95. Faff s Newest Gloves American made Lambskin G l.o ves, 1.95. Imported Lambskin Gloves, 2.95. Imported Real French Kid .Gloves, 3.95. Striped V Flannel Robes And just the stripes that college girls like best many attrac- tive color combina- tions, 5.95. Gay Lounging Pajamas Just the kind you'll want for fudge par- in the smartest cuts, 2.95. Novelty slipover. Sweaters and coat styles, as well, 2.95. Separate skirts ,in solid colors and nov- elties, 1.95: This Golf 4.90. for Shadow Plaid nub wool sports Coats, 25.00. Fox scarfs also 25.00. Satin or Velvet Even- ing Dress in white and pastelles, 19.75. A Sturdy Walking Shoe Oxford Style in black dull seal with con- trasting underlay, 8.50. v Hartman Wardrobe Trunk Specially designed college girl's Ward- robe trunks, Hart- mann gibraltarized construction, 39.50. Stylish Little Jerseys d Select one of these sag-ho-more jersey dresses for study pe- riod, 7.95. Heather Jersey Raincoats A sure-'enough ser- viceable rubberized heather jersey rain- coat, 2.95. Fqbrikoid Wardrobe Case For week-ends at style has the garment folder for long dresses, 12.50. Silver muskrat Coats, satin lined, full length, 79.50. Striped wool Blanket Coats with tarns to match, 18.00. Hip length Sports Coats of real suede leather 16.50. Transparent velvet Afternoon Frocks in black and brown 16.50. L-HERMAN 'DANVILLE'S BEST STOW NEWSPAPER!
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