i^ <**!*' «*>% Delight steaK vouse. f demand. k 2? Raccoons. ' 2^ Birds. • 'ftfcot. Y SI GuWetl. .32 Sol. *S5Oeparts by boat. 35 Corpse. 36 Moist. 33 Tribal units, 3S Measure of area, 39 Native metal. 40 Apple centers 41 Silkworm. 42 To pierce. 44 Clayey. 45 To run away 46 Stop! 47 it belongs to the genus 1 Candle. 2 Foretoken. 3 Wager. 4 Form to "a," 6 More frigid. 6 Proffer. 1 Prophet. 5 Active principal of this plant. 9 Sowing devices 14 Ilonf edges, 17 Shirts 19 Ranted. 20 Particles, 21 Dwells. 22 Wagon track, 2-'5 Upon. --I rJemires. 25 Sir "Walter popularized this plant. -'GTo put on. 27 Weeps. 29 Slash. 30 Picture machine. 2 To observe. 33 Ha rent. D4 The leaves are before using. 36 Bird. 37 Dunce. 3S Hepion. 39 Either. •!0 Dove's orv 4t Deity. 43 Bird. 44 Befon 1 Christ. 45 Musical note. By Alicia Hart ^•*A complete line of beauty prepar- 'ations ' in liquid form: is big beauty .".news this week. If you are one who drilikes to cleanse with cream and, Jb'no 'matter how much your skin needs *' l ;nqurishing, simply refuse to go to §'jied,'looking greasy, these new items "fshould be interesting. J** vTJie cleanser—milky looking and "^slightly perfumed—is made from light You moisten a cotton pad, rub it face and throat, turn it over, ra- SINCLAIR IZ E Your Car for ; WINTER . Quicker, Easier Starting, •Easier Driving peat and dry with tissues. Then pat with skin tonic. The tonic really is as strong as an asstringent. If you need something to close pores and tighten your skin use it full strength. If you require | only a mild tonic soak the pad in ice I water and dry it before you moisten I with the liquid. This dilutes the prc- | paration Just enough. | Application of the nourishing lotion , is the next stop. If your skin is dry, (leave it on all night. If oily, remove and pat with tonic. Follow the same routine in the) morning, using tonic after nourish- t ing lotion, then smoothing on the liq- | uicl foundation. This protects the skin j from cold winds, makes powder stay j on your nose and can be used as a hand softener as well. Liquid creams are handy for the traveler and a special boon to the busy woman. The business girl can keep a bottle of cleanser in. her desk. An actress can find it especially good for the removal of theretical makeup. NEXT: Your feet und your beauty. 700 Service Station For AH Kinds of INSURANCE See Roy Anderson and Company BARDtNu M By AHERN OUT By WILLIAMS 7$Kfift*Biw' fcoM? MiAkrJAWVtMlMJ JSg. DOWM two are. 1 HSAK ws / V6H, -THROUGH tH' ALL OB TAM/80UT Dfe 000U P«OM DC A DOLLAR. HOW 13 TH' OL' OPERATIONl VOODS—DEK1, V6 W ., SHAPE/AM' MSB'S OAT I AhA T0 WITH P\LE- OLSON ,THE WRESTLED |-<-MY MAN ALSO \s A'VYP£<ST\JER AND I KNOW HE. 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