Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on February 14, 1942 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

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NATTttATTTnTT HAILY NEWS. SATURDAY. FJSgfiUARf H 1942 Page %OMft VifTAL^, ul COMfe 0 'ON IN 'N' .FLIP A UP OVER SOME O' THIS ' P-TATER BRICK BRADFORp-nQ0the11irooeofTitania 'EFFIE, ISN'T THAT DRESS StXJVEJ;;' N ,|T; HAit^^T * GOT. CM UNDER.THAT APRON? ^AttVr -RHCKO^l YEAR 3'OLO A Pt-bW, :oi^i. ^^vy.uw^'bp^* "\>fGBE,.I'LLT-- . t : '^b-I^E^^AMMy''7l^BET-^OF? : ""\- Lbvy;:NV£^QE-,'/N'. *C PAPP.Y' ^ -'••' COME AlONG', JUNE, WE'RE 60^46 FOR ^ RIDE. IN THE'. PARK/: SPLENlbm /'WltjV Tifc M.OUT OF TI-E MOUSE, l.CW Tfcy. 'OUT MY NtvV n; " VA i*»^r»tv i\rf/^i il*i: TUISU5 BEDFORD'S .OH, DAD,..YSNl'XHB f *¥« * COTB ONE AO-L RKfcWT', JUST THE CUTE«5T / BUT, BETW, I NMOULD^T GST 1i' .-fJio« ev.eoO / FOND OP HIM.. \T ~ " •: \T • ;NO> BRICK, I^E:A ' SLIGHT MEAOACME, ..ITHNK. I'D BETTER REST A BIT/ ' MAV" <HO\M UP AT CLA.IM H\M, <3 ^fS, ETTA KETT U 5. f litni vV by PAUL ROBINSON AFTHfZ WE'l^E MAI2I2JIED rtt BE| HEAD or THE 4 HOUSE / SEG-?SO ^ SHOW srAieriN.S f2iC3Hr'NOWTo r VAJ W/^IJ VA/UXO r=-r :— J WHOS £*\ : 6fETT(iv|(3.:l r 1 V\ELL A ATLEASr HJE'S «ffi.l S /xBourvou/ r . H'M* I'M TWlNX\f4G T^AT OAD'^ HA,0 BETTER 1-QOV<. OUT A, J UlTUE BiT —'- - * T FELIX THE CAT <_/ |^p DOOMElp .' t'vc OPT' UOMP 15, Classifies 32. Slumbers 18. Vex SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK THE OLD HOME TOWN "EEr : '-^jS »-5:^2 By STANLEY VIRATA i KNOW \vonLp • 9 ! - DAILY CROSSWORD . ACROSS '-..DOWN"'- 22. Morsels „ 1. Wedieval 1. Drink of . 23, Flower' boats- the gods .• »2i. Numerous . 5. To buy ' 2. Put forth 25, Side of a ' goods effort', ditch 9. Egress .'.'• .3. Ignite •. • , 26. Country un,. 10. Select , • 4. One who •'. der three . 11. A. food flah ' . steals a ride rulers ; 12. Hideous . . .S.S.camper •• 27.Boat'on : 13. Scatter :. ] . 6^ Large- ., ,' / merchant • 14. Measures 7. Bulging '' • vessel of'paper pot ' 16, Deyo.ur 8. Famous 17. Ventilate rock 19. Hawaiian 13,.Qcean bird" ' 20. Land measure 21. A. horse 21. Crooked . 22. Prickly enyelop.e ;6f fruit . 23. Asian kingdom 24. Hand' covering 1 25. Wander 27.-Thin strips ' .of wood 28.;Child'fl \bedstead 29. Rejgards studiously 30. Sloths 31. kabbit 32. Therefore 3.4. Sun. god 35,'Swine'' 36. tofty ' mountain 37. Chatter 40. Twining stems ^3. At one time 'a. Pile 15. On. top f; 6. Sweet potatoes 7. Weight units 29. Cry of a , : - , - , r i rt v A Ycstcrdity'i. AalWff; UUVO ... . : ' ' :\''•.•'". f.\ .'• 31. Sounds made 36.tTown in % -• • T, : . by chick ' , Cahali5on«•-.• v ;v.f; 38, Regiorit ;v '••#;*:;'*> 33. Goddess of 39. Setpf playerg,-,,; harvests . " 41\inside-'/••: ijjf; fa • 7.3 38 17 35 18 29 10 , 12 • 14 27- m 41' —A cryptogram quotation RTSVBL VL AWT V S A P X O B Z A V X 3 X N t^ S T Q T J,T P T S A V S AX AWT VSATJ J T & A..BJEJ B SV FTP X-T —QXPO LQXP A W. •- • Yesterday's Cryptoquote: WHATSOEVER JS SOMEWHBRU •30TTEN IS'SOMEWHERE LOST—BACON. -• Dittributed by Kln^: Fcnurc* SjTjdlcaU, Inc. • ' r '. FAGTOGRAPHS .3 natural color of mahog ranges from a light pink to 2h, golden brown or amber iv v In' finished form it may •je from a light claret to a > golden brown/never a dead, f red:" 1 "' '. , " ? * * » : n attempts' to curb the spread f over tick among deer in Flor» a "the" herds were depleted, ederal, state .and p t riyate agen- ies ; aYe tiow' co-operating in an effort to restock the .whitetails. in four'counties of the state. • - • . *..*•',*• .'- . All rabbit skins have com- mercial'value, for they are used more extensively by the fur trade than'Mny.other kind of *"• * * * The '.brown thrasher Is the state bird of Georgia. The famous expression, "F^rttl Jn war, ftrstjn p ( eace and flnt.lfl, the hearts of his countrymtmV was coined by'.CJen.-.Kenty.'-X^ej* governor of Virginia, 17»l-17Mi in the memorial'eulogy to:W»fii- tngtqn. . • , •.-•'•• When a young Swi'is pMt<Mi' the physical•' test for ;mUltary service, he can'choose.Jiis br^Ch. of service, and -If, possible, \if .desires arc followed; '.' j * « Pueblo and Apache In<i,n« use' the turquoise as a rain *Wt» and isay'thc'gem i* found «*• ccaled at the end of a — ' * * * To "do a bunk, 1 '.in navy-Jlanr- guage, is' to ."make a faat ft>away from an embarrasfing:»lt- uation.

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