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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, June 03, 1929, Image 15

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THE DAILY PRESS. WHITE PLAINS, N. Y„ MONDAY. JliNF 3. HM Every number In the form rejire- Hnti the beginning or a word, reading either horizontally Ucally. If there le a-black square to the left of thj> number, the word la horizontal; If'above It, the word the correct wojMs to till the for are found brloYfrswHh numbera c responding to those on the form. y Run through the dennltlona till you And one that you recognize, and put It In Its proper place on the form, one letter for each white square. This will furnish several cross-clues to the words linking with It at right angles. Continue in this manner till the forr pletely filled. If you have solved the puzzle correctly It should read both horizontally and vertically with words corresponding to the definitions. Horizontal — 1. Carp-Uke Bshes S. Chord of three tones 11. Pertaining to Highlanders 12. Wrinkled 14. One. Indcflnltsly 'p 15. Birds of swallow variety\ 17. Sign of the Infinitive 18. Varnish material 20. To canon 31. Combined j Pertaining lo n > right Loyal Monumental gateways — ' Tralla To weep . Vestment Slender stalks , Visions , Insignificant . Article Part of an organ Mine product Inclination Rather than , Pronoun Lizard , Concerning. Wearlsomeneae To apply oil to as a sacred rite To no extent To perform Prnoun. This puzzle took twi tes to solve. See ho- ike you to aoive It. Wednesday's Puzzle B] a | 3 1 s 1 opjApn H j F. i L Tie e | d | o o | s IT Els MB TBja sJK I p | b |~ u *3\^ 1|5lfl> 3j A P El AlalEMi ±rmm iwfim Sal! in E a t wUrfl c] •£■51 E l| 1 lo M A lUls e * UEB A 3 ajH IS T fjlT F] b I o I l l 1 k UI s s Bp|K AliTD \ P LlE a | 3 Eli\ 11 Queen of the May *£jT 13TOBE RepiEMoe«ED THAT WUCKJ PUCN KJEOB HADE THE LOAM POt? •*100,000 U It) INVEST IW THE MCW1E. BUSINESS AMO SAVE A MORTGAGE CM ms HOTEL, HE AGREED THAT THE BANK PUT P TWEJC MAMA6EC DURING THE UFE OP THE LOAKJ ~ fc-3 _ ------ -------------- < iCner 1 **-' . <*« Y h» ■*\ *»■«*»•’ • <•>' 1 Ti.<b Ui>! »-t U S »•** - J GAS BUGGIES— Review • By FRANK BECK Miss Odells Jangers of Springfield. Minn, In the royal ermine pf Queen of the May of the College of St. Teresa at Winona. Minn. She was chosen for her royal role by secret rotawhlch was not divulged until the day ef her coronation. One of France ’ s Most Beautiful H lbhepe ARE TVREE PRINCIPALS IN THIS LITTLE DRAMA OF LIFE!---- VIOLA ANALON AND HER TWO SUITORS, ALEC SMART AND DAN DRESSER . UNKNOWN TO VKXA, BOTH SUITORS HAD BEEN CROOKS, BUT ALEC SMART REFCRVED WVEN ft MET VIOLA , ANO HAS TRIED TO *GO STRAIGHT*. ^•/UST WHEN VIOLA AA LON DECOED SHE LOVED At EC SMART, HE >MAS ACCUSED OP TAKING t lOOO OF COMPANY MONEY AND DISAPPEARED, AFTER MAKNG GOOO THE LOSSr SHE IS CERTAIN/ HE WILL WRITE TO HER AND ASSURE HER OF US INNOCENCE , BUT NO LETTER HAS COME. JiSl EC SMART, BIG-+EARTED ANT) ROUGH, WORSHIPS VIOLA N US AWKWARD MAYT HE IS WORKING ON A FARM NEAR HAPTSOALE MERE VIOLA IS STAYING, BUT IS - KEEPING H1 1> WHEREABOUTS SECRET. HE BELIEVES VIOLA LCVES THE POLISHED DAN DRESSER, eJvD FOP THIS REASON ALEC yAS NOT WRITTEN TO HER. SAM SMITH, ALSO - A CROOK , HAS, ATTACHED HIMSELF TO DAN DRESSER , AMD FORCES DAN TO PROVIDE ND LODGING TWRE AT OP EXPOSING DAN ’ S PAST ano plans . |S*CLY OLD AUNT SUE HART SOUGHT TO CONSOLE VKXA, WHOM SHE LOVES DEARLY AND WHO IS STAYING FOR A TlbC WITH HER-

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