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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, September 18, 1947, Image 11

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Columbus Youth Elected
Class President Of PiC
Special To The xv
WHITEVILLE, Se 17. —
Powel Jones, son ol Mr, and
Mrs. D. W. Jones of Lake Macca
maw, has been elected president
of the freshman class of Presby
terian Junior College at Maxton.
Young Jones, a Navy veteran,
was graduated from Hallsboro
High School.
The Neighbors
By George Clark I
■ jr,
a*, V S. P*' 0*7?
JjiynfM. 1547, by N»w» SynOoMt C* !■«.
“Gee, I envy you having neurotic parents. Our home is
so terribly normal and dull!”
Believe JtorAbt/
Black family-Littlefield,Te*.
HWE ftAMEP THEIR 4 CWLDREH
as Follows5*
mm black
KM SLACK
nr black
Coal black
THE FAMILY/S
HACK m NfM
ONLY /
S': nature OflL BATMAN
Louisville, Kij.
StV&r*
V?Nfi <
/mey.al/'K
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ALFRED HERBSTER Chicago, Til
LOST HiS GLASSES WHILE FISHING
| MD CAUGHT THEM THE NEXT DM/
r BERT
'PAMMANN 1
>brk
BOWLED 100 GAMES
IN M % HOURS
ON HIS 69 - BIRTHDAY/
(Averting Ifc7)
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^ , ^cn—- wt by wb> atjtviet. mc-T.M. ate, o. «■ |,*T- ofT- .— I
"A dishwashing machine? Just what my wife needs— j
come in1’* — •
WHY WE SAY '
by STAN A COLLINS (LA SUWSON
£ DRUNK
r
^BIAZK
This expression is a corruption of the
saying “Drunk as Blaizers” and origin*
ated through the practice of wool
combers celebrating the festival of
their patron saint Bishop Blaize by get
ting drunk on his-feast day at their an
nual gathering atLeicester. , ^
This Funny World
—:—
McN aught Syndicate, Inc.—£ QJIrt
"Stop singing harmony! Everybody will think you’ve been drinking*
DAILY CROSSWORD
ACROSS
T. Prink
5. Weakens
9. To soothe
to sleep
10. Leave out
11. Dexterous
12. River (Fr.)
13. Pig pen
14. Jewish
month
16. Fresh
18. Guido’s
lowest note
19. Passaged
between
bodies of
water
22. Split
35. Gazelle
(Tibet)
2. A precious
stone
3. Sick
4. Gather,
as grain
8. Distress
signal
6. Wine
receptacle
7. Musical
instrument
8. Scatter
33. Waves of
the sea
breaking
on shore
15. P6uch
17. Writer to
the Signet
(abbr.)
20. Steal
21. A foray
23. Nickel
(abbr.)
24. University
officer
27. Excavate
29. Perforin
30. River
(W. Russ.)
31. Hindu god
33. Cage for
hawks
35. Sign of the
infinitive
36. Flinch
37. Greek
epic poem
38. A fiber
from agave
^ Tia
Yesterday’s Answer
42. Hindu
garment
44. Resort
45. Doctrine
47. Tuber
(So.
Am.)
26. Cooked,
as in fat
28. A hen
32. Point
34. Title of
respect
(Span.)
36. Sharp pains
39.1 am
(contracted)
40. Lubricate
41. West Indies
(abbr.)
42. Body of
water
43. Unless (L.)
46. Cleansing
agent
48. Crowns
49. Measure
of land
50. Kind of
cheese
51. Den
DOWN
1. Dish for
meat
CRYPTOQUOTE—A cryptogram quotation
KHFF AISC I KFVBLZ TD YUZS OU
TFHDR HSDLLS — EZIC.
Yesterday’s Cryptoquote: HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL IN THE
HUMAN BREAST—POPE.
ORPHAN ANNIE
ANOTHER OLD-FASHIONED, PLEASE
FINE—REALLY LEARN V
SOMETHIN' HERE —NOT >
UKE PLENTY O' SCHOOLS j
I'VE BEEN TO-“
WELL, I HEAP
THE LOCAL SCHOOL
IS RATHER (
OLD-FASHIONED*"/
. IF YOU MEAN CAUSE HERE
THEY TEACH A KID TO READ ■
1 AN' WRITE AN' DO 'RITHMETC ^
•FORE HE'S TEN YEARS OLD OR
OLDER-SURE'-THEY’RE OLD-FASHIONED?
AND IF VW MEAN THEY OONT
STRESS FINGER PAINTIN'AND
RHYTHMIC DANCIN' AN' SUCH
STUFF — YEP — THEY SURE >
l ARE OLD-FASHIONED— f
i HAROLD
\ GRAY*
^U^JACK
SABLE////
OF ALL THE KiSS15
IN THE COUNTRY--'
IMAGINE ME
MEETING YOU
HERE-WAY,
OUT WEST./
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V THOUGHT I WAS 4
f GONNA MEET A
\ JACK ANP BEV
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f TO LUKE HIM
lJO "THE HEADS
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tr‘~HE PASSES RIGHT BY ME WITH- \
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W' ARMS OF A i - ' “
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JANE ARDEN—
I
DINNER DAIS
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V^^TO “tELL/ ME AT
jpWYOiWoiNNtt: /
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need to ee/raeht.
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wh yoke) eo-to
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HONEY. WAIT
CHILE ' i^FCVSHT
HERE
FOGC.
ME/
GO ODNESSf
WHAT'S KEEPING
MILO SO LONG?
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GANG-,
LET'S GO F
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WELCOME HOME, OH,«OD, 9P«Bfe *TV*
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ew, WW PILE WELCOME, WOU K6PR
THE €LOOW?.if em» p ftBoOT THE
WASH TUBBS
THIS LETTER. \ HERE STHE ONE
TO DR. MeADDLE \ YOU DICTATED TO
CAN'T FAIL TO l THE MANAGER OF
1 BRIMS A REPLY I YOUR FARM, MR.
THAT WILL SILENCE / MeKEE.. ABOUT THE
THE SLANDER / NEW TRACTOR
ABOUT ME /^—_ -'
^ ]
tl^theoia worn out tractor xhleh S
a?bJS to .tart on coia nornlngji.
5S n£d * .tardier type ao !'»• orders* j
IT S AN ILL WINQ
n HAVE THE TRACTOR PICTURESV BETTER HUftftfc!
WHICH 1 WISH TO ENCLOSErMlSS J IT'S ALMOST TIME
DEEDS, AND WILL MAIL BOTH LET- 1 FOR—WATCH OUT
TERS ON MY WAY TO THE TRAIN / J.R! THE WIND
;--rr-rfi-A is scattering
\wk\t AoUR LETTERS!
^BCTgrtY m* sEgwg. iwe.1
WS8?|
BEEN AWT ■
AS HE PICKEpll
THEM UPij ■
GASOLINE ALLEY
_GEOGRAPHY LESSON
Ml** l*ABEL, I PIPNY \lWr’50KAy, I
MEAN WHAT I *A1P J HONE/. I 1
ABOUT VOUR FOLLOWING / WA$ ONLY A
ME—NOT THE mV J KIPPINC. ■
FanooR jr-rmi
M3U MUSTN’T 1
TALK THAT WAX l’M ]
MAgglECj VOU KNOW.J
^ I’M ROM THE |f
SOUTH. ITCOESNT N
MEAN ATHINO.BIxJ
iStoeA/C^^XS'Otl#
f THE SOUTH? TH/TT’S -v
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llN~TCESXrrH ? vmm.J
m OH, BUT THAT ISNfT
■ in THE SOUTH AT ALU
DR. BOBBS-.
WHICH GLASS
GOES TO
GIBRALTAR?
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(YAWN) THINK I'LL HIT THEJ
HAy....<5ETTIN' KINDA r—f
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m cowl iwr. king rcATmtgr»rwp>c*Tt. t*l
I wWp mown
THE GUMPS
BIM ISN’T TALKING
THAT GAS ENGINE fTHEYVE GOT TO
IN THE CELLAR PRY UP THAT
IS PRIVING MB SPRING SO THEY
■SljGS/ CAN CAP IT
WITN CEMENT*
s. J
ANP lNCIDENTALLY/f MRS. GUMP/
DRV UP VOUR . ) MR. GUMP/ 1
BANK ACCOUNT/ 1 WE'VE
L A 60T A
■irerr\rrat\ - Visitor*
BlM! YOU MUST UNCLE BlM! wAH. HOWDY,
HAVE BROUGHT \ WELCOME.* f FOLKS-ER..
BIG NEWS ABOUT I WHATD YOUR f HARROMPF«
THE MYSTERIOUS/ FAMILY R NICE PLACE
8.6..' ,. V^ HISTORIAN HAVE
OUTgy
7
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ABBIE AN’ SLATS
COMICS—AND THE NEWS
A (HOH-H!) A FINE ROMANCE! THE ^
ONLY REASON HE WANTS TO SEE
ME N/6HT AFTER N/QHT
IS TO FIND OUT WHAT
HAPPENS TO THAT COME
STRIP DETECTIVE!
lUCky THERE WAS XHF5 SAFE?
A MATTRESS ON THE ) HOORAY//
BOTTOM OF THAT / NOW YOU
ELEVATOR SHAFT. A WON'T HAVE
<SBE ? THE DETECTIVE) TO REAP
LANDED ON IT? A THAT TD ME
“■— -NIGHTS ANY
BUT LOOK WHAT'S \A RATT LESNAKE!
WAITING FOR HIM.1j G-60f>H.' VOU'P
CURLEP UP THERE \BETTER COME
ON THE MATTRESSy E5ACK
tomorrow
1/- (NIGHT, SUE? I'VE
1/ Vgot to know how
I HE GETS OOTA
WV THAT.'SUE! LOOK.
IM JU^Xthere's his
I L_JHOlVMPtCT^RE?
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OUT OUR WAY_
By J. B. WILLIAMS
rr’S HARD TO BELIEVE,1
BUT THIS IS TH' FIRST
PAWN IN ALL MY LIFE j
I’VE EVER BEEN LIP 1
TO SEE--SO I'M
GONNA SIT RIGHT fH
HERE AN’ EN JOY Mi
w WATCHlW IT
^ git pay/
rGRAB 'IM QUICK/ ■
HELP HOLD HIM UP/
IF HE EVER SETS
b DOWN, HE’LL
1 NEVER SEE
=\THIS ONE/,
THE OLV PILLOW SQMC .
'j.+-n
OUR BOARDING HOUSE
With MAJOR HOOPL1I
OKaV, DO YOU WANT TUE^ REMEMBER, 6LAu- ^
BUSTER.'Jf NINE-DOLLAR TREAT-? I ACTORS,THE MISSUS IS
TRV TO Agv MEKTT'?-*^X USEDj^f ALLERGIC TO NOISE#-**
ROLL ME M TO BE PRETTY ^k GHE HEARS TOO MANY
OYER. ON ^ SHARP ON A PITCVV|> THUDS DOWNSTAIRS IK
MY BACK/ % CALLED TH& tr^'\THE DARK WHEN THE,
J*2x WANNA‘FLAP3ACK T MA30R GROPES HIS
TEST MY iC^SPlfNV -/ WAY IK AFTER^J
rRESisrANcery*'—
160 O PE
/[Let's nJot - -
► FORGET Ti’Er
BRIC-A-SRAC- *

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