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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, September 12, 1947, Image 15

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DAMASK*
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Rich silk table linens are referred to as
^amoA because these table covers were
first made in Aeandent city of Damas
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“I hope It won’t shock you, but I'll tell you now—my
reservation home is for a month from today!"
DIAL 2-3311 FOR NEWSPAPER SERVICE
This Funny World
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% TAR GAZES!
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w TAURUS
& Apr. 21
“ May 21
, > 9-26-30-38
' 61-71
— GEMINI
R May 22
June 22
j ,11-22-28-43
56-62-68
CANCER
June 23
July 23
, 47-50-59-67
* 70-77
K LE°
|k July 24
Wi Aug. 23
. 13-27-34-60
74-78 '
VIRGO
.Aug, 24
Sept. 22
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' 23-42-43
-By CLAY R. POLLAN
To develop message for Friday,
read words corresponding to num
bers of your Zodiac, birth sijjn.
1 x Our
2 Unfavorable
3 Judgment
4 Be
.5, Ready
6 For
7 Pal*
8 Can
5 Tricky
10 Be
11 No
12 For
13 Avoid
14 Is
15 Day
16 Don’t
17 A
18 For
19 Take
20 Love
21 Good
22 Time
23 Particular
24 Very
25 Any
26 Day
•27 Broken
28 To
29 Foolish
30 Try
31 Change
32 Helpful
33 Weigh
34 Friendships
35 In
36 Watch
37 Health
38 To
39 Tour
!U All
41 Trip*
42 In
43 Approach
44 Affection
45 Today
46 Legal
47 Let
48 Finance*
49 And
50 Other*
51 Plans
52 Speech
53 Chance*
54 Matter*
55 Matter*
56 A
57 Carefully
58 With
59 Do
€0 Be
61- Avoid
62 Grouchy
63 Adverse
64 Pleasant
65 Activities
66 For
67 The
68 Person
69 To
70 Talking
71.Changes
72 Avoid
73 Deals
74 Agreeable
75 Money'
76 Offending
, 77 Today
78 Responsive
(Kf) Good ^ Adverse Net^o^
AfyJfQMd by The BfH Syndicate, Inc.,r~^—
LIBRA
Sept. 23 /
Oct. 23 Ui
7- 8-10-24
32- 45
SCORPIO
Oct. 24 '4
Nov. 22
15- 18-20-44
49-64-65 1
SAGITTARIUS
Nov. 23 7
Dec. 22 •
16- 19-25-29
53-58-75 '
CAPRICORN
Dec. 23 4
Jan. 20
33- 40-54-57
63-66-73
AQUARIUS
Jan. 21 f
Feb. 19 ™
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72-76
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Mar. 21 1
2- 6-37-41
46-55
DAILY CROSSWORD
ACROSS
1. Tardy
0. Kind of
mop
9. Metal
10. Long-eared
rodent
11. Covered
with ivy
12. Assumed
name
14. Belonging
to him
15. Vehicle
with runners
16. Perfectly
19. Music note
20. Demuro
21. Canal 1
(N. Eur.)
S. Stand up
8. Digit
4. Conclude
5. Resembling
■hale
•• A skin mark
as from a
whip
7. Dry
8. Smooth
coated
hounds
11. The stitch
bird
13. Fastens
hermetically
15. Cunning
17. Tart
18. Fate
21. Coin
(Persia)
22. Moth
23. Hunting
trips
24. Species of
orchid
25. Behold!
26. Greek
letter
28. Distress
signal
80. Smooth
with an
iron
31. One of the
five senses
82. Come in
S3.Beam
9-li
Yesterday'! Answer
35. Insect
36. One of the
Great Lakes
39. Caress
40. Keei-billed
cuckoo
i.5. creaK
ia two
26. Peevish
27. Engine
cover
(auto.)
28. Chinese
silk fabric
29. King of
Bashan
(Bib.)
80. Kind of
dog
84. Citadels
37. Sayings
38. Trap
39 A meat pie
41. Egyptian
goddess
42. Poker
stake
43. Mimics
44. One row
of many
DOWN
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CRYPTOQUOTE—A cryptogram quotation
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Yesterday’s Cryptoquote: POWER IS NOWADAYS GIVEN
TO NONE BUT THE RICH.—MARTIAL.
ORPHAN ANNIE- . QNE T° G°
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GOOD TALK AMONG HIS THINGS TOR Mt ue^\c. THROUGH, WOU KNOW! WASHED COMING TO SOUi
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111 << -^v HE told J STAND! VOU EKP’ECT ? ,
WASH TUBBS——. _ THOSE PICTURES
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! IM,TITUS.\ SENATOR McPlPOLE, AMP SECRETARY ROHATCH PICTURES C*F THE SAME TWINS MUST'VE TH0U6HT f POOR J.P.^T HIS A6E!
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DR. BOBBS
YOU WENT AND STC>0! HONEST EFFIE, IT WAS SOME FOLKS IS TOYIN'| (WHOAREL BUT I SAYS...MORE PICCALILLI ON
ME UP WITHOUT CIRCUMSTANCES BEYONI T'KEEP US APART, EFFIE THE PUNKS? THESE NEXT ON£S,EFFIE ...I SAYS f
CALLIN'OR NOTHIN1,' MY -AND FOR A COUPLE OF DAYS h'- A MAN'S GOT A RIGHT TO HIS r*
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ALMOST LOST YOU AND YOUR 1 -
WONDERFUL HAMBURGERS! >
- " WOT A GIFT I
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Con IM7. KING FEATURES SYNDICATE. In*- WORLD RIGHTS RESERVED
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LAYING THE CARDS ON THE TABLE
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ME TO BE NICE TO YOU rT “LOVE" IS -BUT I'LL BE PERSON IN THE WORLD —WHO \
V BECAUSE YOU LOVE ME? J TO YOU. NOTHINGS TOO KNOWS THAT CHARLIE IS MY )
^ r [MUCH FOR MY FRIEND, BROTHER. YOU CAN , IF YOU X
H VTH' GOVERNOR. CHOOSE, KEEP ME OUT OF )
s^THE WHITE HOUSE \
OUT OUR WAY By J. B. WILLIAMS
Pf WELL, \ OH, THAT'S VERY YJ
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BRING A ) HIM ON THEM.'BUT ^
\ LITTLE S IT’S TH’ STEPS THAT I
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OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR H00PL8
We're miked up on two joss te|r^ou underestimate j
YouR identity •*—' are too me, my dear pins - ';
AIN'T YOU SUPPOSED^ MUCH — OMeA HEADS/*- I'M PER
TO BE MANAGING OF THESE '-T/W FECTlNG A BLACK.
A GRUNTER INSTEAD DAYS YOU'LL RAY TO OBLITERATE i
of dreaming up come Running \ such raucous noises ,
jet-operated upstairs with > as praying donkeys !
■ SHOEHORNS ? ROMAN CANDLES ( AND CAWIN6 CROWS/ 1
SHOOTING r_y Wfe——-“"T !
OUT OP , |
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