The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on November 24, 1936 · Page 9
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 9

Provo, Utah
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Tuesday, November 24, 1936
Page 9
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SECTION TWO" PROVO.^tTTAH)^EVBNING^ Popular Actress HORIZONTAL 1,8 Actress called "Sweetheart of the A. E. F." 6 Age. 12 Merited. 14 Sterile. 16 To leer. 17 Gold. I9Spar. 21 Tanner's vessel. 22 Insane person. 24 Hurrah! 25 And. 26 Noblemen. 28 Northeast. 29 To soak flax. 33 Seasickness. 33 Therefore. 34 Cravat 35 Self. 37 Trim. 39 Measure of area. 40 Backs. 42 Either 43 Perched •>» Answer to Previous Puzzle - 16 She enter- HE HE H Haas H HHHH E Hnoffl oasaE QEEE 000 QHQOQHQH GBH In MM ili Hi ill 11 |i MI KB ill E HHIIJH D nama B HHHHH HHQ HQaaE nt3HB GHHBI1E HBB~ IHlOlnlEIRlUlNISnSIEIRI I IE]; 45 Rebound b&oks. 48 Dower property. 49 Spigot. 51 Sleighs. 52 Twice. 53 She is an expert . 55 Custom 56 Lays a street. 58 To slander. 59 Far. VERTICAL 2 Envoy. 3 Seasoning. 4 Wrath. 5 Half an em. 6 Paradise. 7 To subside. 8 Junior. 9 Limb. 10 Close. 11 Crazy. 13 Mooley apple. 15 Foreigner. tained the troops . 18 Wall hangings 20 She acted in when still a child. 23 Volcano vents. 27 Is fitting. 30 Also. 32 To harden. 36 For nothing. 37'Fashions. 38 To make loos • 41 Finished. 44 To drive in. 46 Electrical term. 47 Sky color. 48 Prima donna. 50 Pastry. 52 Flying mammal. 53 Mother. 54 Credit. 56 Postscript. 57 Street. Fire Destroys Home MAPLETON — A large brick home and frame wash house belonging to Tony Bleggi of this community was completely destroyed by fire at 12 a. m. Friday. Damage was estimated at S2000. The fire had partly burned the wash house before detected by family members who had to go nearly a mile to phone the alarm. When the Spritigville fire department reached the scene of the fire the buildings were practically demolished. Four animals are known as "gophers" in various parts of the United States: the chipmunk, pocket gopher, tortoise, and ground squirrel. THIS CURIOUS WORLD ? -CHAIRS ARE ALMOST UNKNOWN IN EUROPE -* © 1936 8V NE« SERVICE. WC. OP THE: AMAZON IS SO STRON& THAT IT OV£KL/ES THE .MORE THAN 2OO M/L.ES FROM SHORE —^^^^^^^^""^^^"i^l^^^B^lWMB THF Amazon traverses nearly the whole extent of the equatorial' region of South America It is estimated that, combined with its I tributaries, it affords an inland navigation of 50,000 miles. The I mouth is nearly 200 miles wide, and ships can- sail down it completely out of sight of land. TIM TELLS EM IF ANYONE WANTS TO KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT ANYTHING JUST ASK ME / ALL YOUR FATHER WANTED YOU TO FIGURE OUT WAS WHAT THE CHICKED / HOUSE WOULD COST HIM / **TRI-STATE LUMBER CO. THAT'S THE. WAV TO HELPFUL L SERVICE" Tin -STATE LIMHLR fORMERL Y 5M001 ' LUMBER CO. . PHONE 20 GRAND VIEW ! MRS. CLARK CARTER, * ; •-,-. -ii- * A group of friends met at the home of Bishop and Mrs. John B- Stratton Saturday evening. The occasion was the birthday anniversary of Mr, Stratton and also Harvey Harward. During the evening rook was played and delicious refreshments were served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. John Kuhni, Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy N. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nuttal, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Harward, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Sharland Harward,-Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Harward and Mr. and Mrs. John,Stratton. The word festival sponsored by the various organizations in the ward amusement hall Saturday was a success socially as well as financially. A program was given at various times during the day. Lunch was sold at noon by the Relief society. During the afternoon a dance was held for the Primary children, in the evening, an auction sale and a dance was held under the direction of the Mutual. The hall was decorated by the Primary. Harvey Har- Santaquin and Nephi To Get WPA Projects .Santaquin and Nephi are the recipients of two allotments approved through the local WPA office. For culinary water system improvements Santaquin has been awarded $3,680. Construction of the National Guard armory in Nephi will be furthered with $34,669. Davies Sworn In WASHINGTON, Nov. 23 (EE>— Joseph E. Davies, today was sworn in as American ambassador' to Moscow, in the presence of the largest group of political and social leaders who have witnessed such an event in recent years. ward was chairman of the affair. Funeral services will .be held Tuesday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock in the ward chapel for the small son of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Smith. Ralph Kuhni has just returned from a trip to Michigan where he purchased a new car in which he drove home. Stage Comedy To Play Salt Lake '"Boy Meets Girl/' the scintillating stage comedy which has convulsed Broadway play-goera for two record-breaking years, cornea to the Paramount theater in Salt Lake City for a special two-day stage engagement on Wednesday and Thursday, December 9 and 10. The new show is the second to Salt Lake's current stage season, and like "George White's Scandals," it features the original New York cast and is presented in the same manner as it was on Broadway. Three performances are schedr uled for the show, Wednesday and Thursday evenings, December 9 and 10, and Thursday matinee. All seats- will be reserved and mail orders are now being received. "Boy Meets Girl" is satire on Hollywood. Produced by George Abbett whose record of hit shows include "Three Men on a Horse," "Coquette," and "Broadway," it presents a thousand and one laughs at the expense of the movie colony. Betty Field has the leading role. Clinton Sundberg, Donald MacDonald, Nigel Blake, Larry Fletcher^ Juan Varre and Frank feOQTS AND HER BUDDIES vowcv w> \T, \eViT U\<^ OF US TO UWE TE\_\_ TO GOTTA ~\' ..- evawMbfe VKKO' M %-fc&PV- T 9 QV vi«i<b\^K^" w SET \T ' v\\s WASH TUBBS THEY CHE/^TED U$* THAT BLASTEP TENT SHOW WAS TO PAV ME 52 FOR. FI6HTIN6 CVCL0NE PUPPV. DO VOU KNOW WHERE IT WENT ^ WAL,X AINT SURE BUTX THfNK IT HEADIN 1 FO' PD551JM GROVE I CAN THE SHOWS ALREAOV LEPT TOWN. ALLEY OOP \WELL,WELL? RE GOWWA . LI5TEM T'WHAT Y'RE TALWM ABOUT FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Christmas Seal Sale Opens Thanksgiving Provo's Christmas Seal drive will open Thanksgiving, proceeds from the sale going to the assistance of victims of tuberculosis •arid prevention of the disease, officials conducting the drive announce. Although the Christmas Seal campaign actually began £n Denmark, its spread has been especially significant in the United States which more than any other country has contributed towards eradication of the disease. Organizers 1 will meet Tuesday .with Governor Henry H. Blood to plan details of the drive throughout the state. From Utah county will go Mrs. H. B. Mensel of Provo. Leading workers in Utah county named thus far include Mrs. Francis F. Raile, and Mrs. Paul D Vincent. Fenton are featured, together with Happy" Hollywood's greatest baby star. iprbbate and Gvardiaitsliip . -• :' Notices ' | ConMtt Coonty Clerk or tt» Respective Signer; for Ftttfeer NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Fpurth Judicial District Court of the State of Utah; in and for Utah County. In the Matter of the Estate of Grover V. Sorenson, deceased. Creditors of the above entitled estate wm present their claims to the undersigned at the office of Wro. Stanley Dunford, Commercial Bank Bldg., Provo, Utah, on or before the 2nd day of March A. D. 193T. WM. STANLEY DUNFORD, Administrator. Pub. Nov/10, IT, 24, Dec: 1,1936. SHERIFF'S SALE In the District Court, in and for Utah County, State of Utah. Home Owners' Loan Corporation, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. Sam O'Connor and Susie Adelman O'Connor, husband and wife, and Provo City, a municipal corporation. First Doe, Second Doe, Third Doe, Defendants. To be sold at Sheriff's Sale at eleven o'clock a. m. on the day of November, 1936, at tttft Front Door of the Courthouse, in Prova, Utah, the following? described property, situated to afore* said County, to. wit: Commencing at the Northeast corner of Block 33, Plat "B?", Provo City Survey of Building Lots; thence South 99 feet; thence West 133.04 feet; thence Nort* 99 feet; thence East 133.04 feet to the place of beginning. Subject, however, to a right of way o»er and across that portion of said premises described as follows: Commencing ft rods South of the Northeast corner of Block 38, Plat "B", Provo City Survey of Building Lots; tnence West 133.04 feet; thence North 12 feet; thence East 133.04 feet; thence South 12 feet to the place of beginning. Together with that certain right of way to be used in common over the following described land, towit: ....... Commencing 3* reel Itost or u,e Northwest corner of Lot 7, in said Block 38, Plat "B", Provo City Survey of Building Lots; thence East 12 feet; thence South 6 rods; thence West 12 feet; thence North 6 rods to the place of beginning Dated Nov. 2, 1936. E. G. DURNELL, : Sheriff, Utah County, Utah Pub. Nov. 3, 10, 19, 24, 1936. —By MARTIN A COWBOY ,Vib OOtfT HNOt COVri^QVb —By CRANE "'- ^k&SSS^' WE|| * E f V'OEK- 1 TOOTIN' WS TO POSSUM 66QVE,,, I ARLE. WE GOTTA _ TOO. ^M C'LECT TVW MONEV, J OR STARVE. m ByHAMLlN FRECKLES SWEEPS ASIDE THE LAST MAW, AND TIPLEY SCORES AGAIN..... rf/jMii^mfaraifniffurmzm •V IT'S 12. TO ll^R... r POMT MISS .THIS TIME. AMD WE'LL BE AHEADj BY OK POWT!.' —By BLOSSER HE MADE IT... HE MADE rr! (WHAT TIP SCORED ALLS VAXJLD OF SHADYSIDE'S PCXWTS.'TWO C SIDE TOUCHDOWNS AND A COW \ WrTHOUT VERSIOW» X. HIM?; MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE >WHO DID THE BU3CKING THAT MADE THOSE TOUCH DOWNS POSSIBLE? WHO DID rr, I ASK 1OU / FRECkLES:... THATSWHOf GIVE CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE/ AKJD R3ECK HELD OOKVER- L THE BALLf WE SIOKI BROKE L WAS THE BABV '"WE TIE, ^ / \^HO AIMED NUHY--AU' V THE GUM.... ALL ^rc^^^- WHOHCkB/ ^ASPUU; THE BALLMTHETR'GGER* £3vEA TAK.ES THE ENVELOPE WHICH FENLINJ OFFERS HER. HE SEEMS TO BE (jAZlWer EACMESTLV INTO MYRA'S EVES... SHE HIS BOMV HAND... OOOD AND A MILLION THAMICS- M THINK VOL) CAW MAKE IT, MVKA? »T5> A ' TWENTy-FOOT DROP TO THE GROUND I'M ALL RICiHt JACK.' TAKE CARE OP YOUR S&J-. ON THE CONTROL ROOM OF THE FORT, AZNO KILMAR 1£> STORMIMCr •' THE NEXT "• ^'T. THE LIQHTS FLASH OKI AOAIKi —By THOMPSON and COLL THE et> PfCK UP TWO FKiUKE- AWAY IN THE NiCrHT. T^/^ BEEMTjeEACHEEy .EE ... SWITCH OM- I_FLOODLieHT& t RSSSJ AAVI2A-THEWE

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