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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 August 1932

mm M* M «u i Moptio—llir b v>ioM. lT0Es7no^! e n, each 61c TOAST! ES, each 10c BRAN, 3 for - 25c :OA, Pound package 10c JO, all flavor®; each 7c APRICOTS, 3 Pounds for 25c PEARS, Gallon 20c SYRUP, maize, per gal 44c GRAPES, a few left, per basket .. 14c BACON, Wilson's certified, sliced 17Jc HAMBURGER, per lb 7£c Remember Bill Fox buys cream and Chickens, paying the highest market prices. PAUL HOOD'S "QUALITY FOODS" 9 i' f lei FELIX RIESENBERG ¥ V •ucuc* Seventh Installment SYNOPSIS: Jahnai f«% 16. r' " «M< *ko lui tptal >11 M* «« l ri?tr tut boat plying near Ntv lark,. M UMM<1 Into tk< riot by a tornfc obich link* «b« tin, drowm bu author M the iuib bi ciIIh father Ignorant, be- «hool«d, and Iff 4rlv«a.> dTy biflt ufaort, bidet in th« frwwfl* dnrbiw* •* • rertd truck—only to b* bkbtd rat at *JJ™ ind Into «b« midat of a touch (ang •< My. « bMt and cbaac him. H« «ap Into a wment doorway wUjra ba btdM. Tb. njat w b. u rescued and taken Into tba bMM a Jewi.h family...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 August 1932

i^pRVI . ■4 .e, H/V, ■ ' .-S'v: •' ' V t ' '*? -'" ,, r N. .v. ' , ■ ,>.<#.■ : - ,y y;V?v ■• jjflpK/Vfoc pi*q& $T^- ' '"I far mm «f kt «l aaM* Try H la ffei New* and watch year kf NEWS tmm+pm tat The Neva at «lf t VOLUME U CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. 16, 1932. NUMMB i|L Claude Girl Scouts Visited Carlsbad Cavern Aug. 16th Our Claude Girls Have Great Time On Their Outing On Tuesday evening, the 16th. two truck loads of happy Girl Scouts left at 6:30 for the Carls- bad Caveran. We got to portales at noon, where wc ate our lunch We were Intending to go through a canning factory but it was not open. After lunch we drove on and got to Roswell at 4:30. There we went in swimming where we were guests of the Roswell Country Club. The place was awfully nice and everyone enjoyed being in the water after the hot day's drive. We also ate supper there and spent the night at the Pair Grounds. The next morning we cooked and ate breukfast and started out to see the Bottoml...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 August 1932

ic words girls on a ante and with a tbor>jabove tte mighnrias unparalleled In the re- has called for extension at school corded history of past centuries plant*. Though there Is the op- and unknown In any other country portunity to secure ground and of the world today. The Amartcan put up buildings at free school Is at once the In- there Is a difficulty of obtaining splratlOn and the despair of as- the capital expenditure either by piring democracies throughout the bonds Issues or direct tax leavy, world. It is the one destinetlvely the latter of which Is already American institution:' it Is the heavily overburdened, and the for- greatest step, as yet made towards mer not good business if it can the great ideal of "equal oppor- be avoided. tunltles for all and special privi-l school budgets, which set forth leges for none." Ithe chief educational policies of — the school system as well as ana- -:0:- ANNOUNCEMENTS For Representative 123 District: H. K. STANFIELD For County Judge: ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 August 1932

Waves ffl*?w< ' hnk Par '§Mn and fftncy eewing and Aiiitlow, Prices Reaaonable See km. tan* Tucker. 52-c HOSPITAL—Half sole s und heels only $1J00 and up at S18 Taylor street, Amarlllo, Texas. 48-tf -r TVFKWKITEH PAPER-You can buy good Equity Bond typewriter paper at ONLY 25 cents a hundred sheets, cut 8t4 by 11 Inches, regular typewriter size. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office and save money. PERMANENT WAVES We give you Guaranteed Per- fect Permanent Waves, Complete, at ONLY $1.95 to 85.00. FREE soft water shampoo with each 50 cent Finger Wave. Post Office Beauty Shop, second Door North of Post Office Amarlllo, Texas—Mr. and Mrs. Ewen Operators. 49-c 6 6 6 LIQUID - TABLETS - SALVE 6<io SALVE for IIEAD COLDS. Most Speedy Remedies Known. Check Malaria in 3 days, Cold first day. Headaches or Neuralgia In 30 minutes. 51-tf P08TED NOTICE invited U ealL Pint door north of the Telephone Office. ORCHID BEAUTY SHOP PHONE 209 for Appointment. MRS. LILLIAN MeFARLAND, PROP...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 August 1932

I r:.:, it 'M. a Sockeye, ___ ~ 15c wai; 5c pkf., flitch 2$c ,r Enflnk, No. 2 can, each 9c TO, each 25c ICH, No. 2 can, Heart's , each - lie >, tour quart, Valley Brand, Pfifli 15c Jbe, EVERY-DAY brand, lb. .. 21c BEEF Steak, Loin, round or T-bone Pound 12c & 15c ROAST BEEF, per lb. 7*c Remember Bill Fox buys cream aiid Chickens, paying the highest market prices. PAUL HOOD'S "QUALITY FOODS" aopqatxataotaoaooatxxstxxxxa AMAR1LLO GREENHOUSE TELEPHONE 2-2239 NIGHTS 20603 OR 5420. AMARILLO. 60S TAYLOR STREET, TEXAS We Prepay Delivery Charges on Orders of S3.00 or More. AUCTION SALE Full Blood Durocs TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1932. SALE STARTS AT 2 P. M. 8AI.K WILL BE HELD AT MY PLACE KNOWN AS THE CABOT PLACE ABOUT FOUR MILES NORTH OF BUSHLAND 16 voting sows, to farrow first of September 20 guts r 60 shoats All young stock from Illusterite No. 72131; one of the W. A. Williams' prize boars. TERMS OF SALE CASH J. A. McGOWAN OWNER Mrs Lange, who is in charge of our Beauty Shop, is experien...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 September 1932

■ fc 1151 fry tt la The Nam ul watch br Imh mI , -,./ .■ .- jv«W£. «Wh^K/? • • - •• ■ V • • • .*« *■ >•—ttffh ->- ■ '■ ••• : • , jjjj ,■*&>$' 1 k a'- ^ '-He'^ ■' ^§iiffl80l tt ft to The Nm it cnijr | .S3 VOLUME tt CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, Sept. t, 18S2. NVMHt m. £ The School Doors Will Open for Work September 5th Claude School Opens Monday Sept. 5th, 1932. Superintendent I. H. Turney an- nounces the opening of Claude Public Schools Monday September Sth, 1932, with an enrollment lar- ger than ever before In the history of Claude Schools. On Tuesday, September 6th, Con- gressman Marvin Jones is billed to address the schools and all parents of our boys and girls who 0 wish to hear one of Congressman Jones' Oratorical Displays will have a chance to do so. Marvin said the committee asking him to speak allowed him to choose his own subject, which will be political pure and simple. And why not have our boys and girls learn more about politics? They are taught mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 September 1932

9k *A teciioiflvP WSE«AWf^L^Ag^^ ANNOUNCEMENTS For Representative 123 District: H. K. STANFIELD For County Judge: SYO P. MATHEWS, Re-elect. For Sheriff And Tax Collector: TOM F. brunson For County and District Clerk: CHAE W. STEWART For Tax Assessor: MRS. JEWELL BAGWELL For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: J. M. HOWE For Commissioner Precinct No. 2: j. c. Mcdowell. For Commissioner Precinct No. 3: W. H. HAMBLEN. ■ Commissioner Precinct No. 4 THURMAN HAVINS In Czecholvakia all gasoline sold must be mixed with alcohol. Many autolsts in this country have been doing it for years. :0: The Single Gold Standard has wrecked, ruined and Damned more nations than any other one thing that can be mentioned. :0: This Is the closest race for Gov- ernor we have had in many years. If there had not been thousands and thousands of dollars spent for one of the candidates, the other candidate would have beaten by 100,000 or more votes. It was a hot contest and we are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 September 1932

mmmm m MM 'A Hudaon. l-t-c WAWT TO BCT a few pigs.— NelaaO Onto Company. 60-tf f For plain and fancy sewing and alterations, Prices Reasonable. See tin. Lena Tucker. 52-c SHOE HOSPITAL—Half solei und heels only $1.00 and up at 518 Taylor street, Amaiillo, Texas. 48-tf TYPEWRITER PAPER—You can buy good Equity Bond typewriter paper at ONLY 25 cents a hundred sheets, cut 8% by U Inches, regular typewriter size. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office and save money. WANT TO BUY a few pigs- Nelson Grain Company. 50-tf WANT TO BUY a few pigs- Nelson Grain Company. 50-tf PERMANENT WAVES We give you Guaranteed Per- fect Permanent Waves, Complete, at ONLY $1.95 to $5.00. FREE soft water shampoo with each 50 cent Finger Wave. Post Office Beauty Shop, second Door North of Post Office Amarlllo, Texas—Mr. and Mrs. Ewen Operators. 49-c 6 6 6 LIQUID - TABLETS - SALVE 068 SALVE for HEAD COLDS. Most Speedy Remedies Known. Check Malaria in 3 days, Cold first day. Headaches or Neuralgia In 3...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 September 1932

w>W U the MB wfco Mt** on every purchase of Gro- store was the first tar LOW* i price of GROCERIES in Claude, ire we are your friend. Grocery appreciate this special favor by p their groceries from us, and we thank "them most cordially for that fa- tor. A truck load of GOOD EATS were cfarayed from Amarillo Thursday even- ing in our truck and you will find us STILL REDUCING the price of gro- ceries. Look over our window prices and if you do not find what you want at LOWER PRICES, we will have it in the store. Visit us Friday and Sat- urday, Sept, 2nd and 3rd. PAUL HOOD'S 1 "QUALITY FOODS" g WFA DANCE ALL N1TE SUNDAY, September 4th 9 till 3 a. m. ST. FRANCIS All Nite 75c All Nite Ninth Installment Synopsis: Johnny Brcen, 16 jrears oM, who hts spent all lus Hfe aboard a Hudson river tugboat plying naar Near York Gtjr, is made motherless by an explosion which siaks the tug and tosses him into the river. He swims and crawls ashore where starts a aew tnd strange life. He is icaerant, c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 September 1932

' •" ' . 4 * P«2 : : V • .1 * !r~ T 7 Ik to The Nam «| gum ky V1 NEWS ^•^11 \ VOLtlMC 41 CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS. FRIDAY, SEP*. •, INI. Armstrong Co.WillI Soon Have a. Paved Highway Free C. G. Highway Surveyors Have Surveyed Co. The Colorado to Oulf Highway survey running from the Potter Co. line to the Donley oounty line through Armstrong county, has teen almost completed, and the next thing Is the buying of the right-of-way where it Is needed to make this road 100 feet wide. This survey from Goodnight to the Donley County line will have to be 100 feet wide. ALL of which will be purchased by Armstrong county. From Goodnight through Claude and Washburn to the Pot- ter county line this county will have to buy only about forty extra feet to give it the neces- sary 100 feet required before the State will Grade, Drain and hard- surface this highway without any cost to Armstrong county. How- ever, there Is something like a mile strip between Washburn and the Potter county line, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 September 1932

PRESS )N InlpAdnr .HE AMftJCAN PRESS ASSOCIATION THE STATE OF TEXAS. TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CON- . STABLE OF ARMSTRONG COUNTY, GREETING: B. C. Wooldridge. Executor of the Estate of Claude J. Adkins, De- ceased. has filed In the County Court of Armstrong County, Texas, his final account of the condition of the said estate of Claude J. Adkins, Deceased, with his appli- cation to be discharged from said administration, and you are hereby commanded that by publication of this writ for at least twenty days in a newspaper legally published in Armstrong County, you give due notice to ail persons interested in the account and final settlement of said estate, to file their objections thereto, if any they have, on or before the October term 1932 of said County Court, commencing and to be holden at the Courthouse of said County, in Claude, Texas, on the first Monday in October, A. D. 1932, being the 3rd day of Oc- tober, 1932, when said account and application will be considered by the Court. G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 September 1932

m mm TO BUY i few Orain Waves That Please few MtM. to school girl* « ALL MAKS8 of Radio repaired by expert technician work guaran- teed Harman Radio Co. 115 East 4th, Amarillo, Texas. 4-c TYPEWRITER PAPER—You can buy good Equity Bond typewriter paper at ONLY 26 cents a hundred sheets, cut 8H by 11 inches, regular typewriter size. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office and save money. PERMANENT WAVES We give you Guaranteed Per- fect Permanent Waves, Complete, at ONLY $1.95 to $5.00. FREE soft water shampoo with each 50 cent Finger Wave. Post Office Beauty Shop, second Door North of Post Office Amarillo, Texas.—Mr. and Mrs. Ewen Operators. 49-c WANT TO BUY a few pigs- Nelson Orain Company. 50-ti 6 6 6 1.1QIUD - TABLETS - SALVE Check Malaria in 3 days, Cold first day. Headaches or Neuralgia In 30 minutes. 51-If r.6fl SALVE for HEAD COLDS. Most Speedy Remedies Known. POSTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 September 1932

yOU . Our friend* and patrons : _ ,te *W* FREE DEUVE- j alto appreciate the fact ; store has saved the Grocery \ | of Armstrong Co., thousands of ;; in their Grocery bills, being the ij first to LOWER the prices on Gro- ; j Give us you grocery orders in ;; iation of this fact and we will V, you in LOW PRICES and ESH GROCERIES. PAUL HOOD'S "QUALITY FOODS" ieSci AMARILLO GREENHOUSE TELEPHONE 2-2239 NIGHTS 20603 OR M26. AMARILLO, 605 TAYLOR STREET, TEXAS If, Prepay Delivery Charge* on Orders of $3.00 or More. mnanmnn >>nn i m PALO DUR0 FURNITURE CO. 706 Polk St. Amarillo AMARILLO SEPT., 19-24, INCLUSIV u tj &* IU iUP IMC. Tenth Installment Svnomk: Johnny Brecn, 16 /« old, who hw spent all hu life aboard > Budaon river tugboat plying near New York City. i i lade motherlcM by an explosion which audi. • lie tug and ti'isei him into the river. He twtius and crawls ashore where starts a new in 1 strange life. He is ignorant, cannot read, «nd knows nothing of life in a great cit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 September 1932

j$h -• mm $ m |ir w m- :%■ m magazine section ilaude news nil' I f. ti jmu Mil* far /mt. Try It ud roir by toapa m* MMI TkrM Mr>«H^ ■••fcMUlW.Ml, airatlalaf «ra? 1 > WANT >AD8>«toMly Jtnnrwl -will mII wtMr'fir.f h, y'tow afcMtl the. l ee-eri*rl*g7y«e.-ee*«tkiag;7oe rtl ittilbirtM. Try it 'ia TTkt CliritrNmatjilracifirnrMi VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1932. NUMBER 1. •i. LITTLE MARY MIXUP I'rade M rk. 193*. Re*. U. S. Pat. Oft By R. M Brinkerhoff i w4e/7 VIOOKVt AH'/waV AND AMD OB.TUH D 64 ■flp/'iic SWIMMIX ci.ed'2. f^e. ceee<" CoMe OAJ 73AC.K'? Wan £ AlomG- HOW 4* 13AW-W-! COM^ -►Vees. or? i" - T4£. / ' TioTTc>/A 's SOFT r4MD SquS+llE. ^ "• ' m to IWi vje OUGHT MoT "To HAV& ' U=T MArs.4 ~J3r3irt£- 2++Pse- JDae^S iM Tt+E FiRSi VUCE our ? e=o' VMt : ra.6. ah. cweq < • <E (3 r % Copjrlfbl, 1*92, by World Feature Strnw «! era. of rust We ting or t is lUSt ling was and iocs tem ex- and Of is nge it- . a tods 10V- loat has we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 September 1932

; t A) W P ■tiMrtlM : the battle of the Little Big where the gallant Custer [ and four companies of the 7th ——' Calvary were killed, the Sioux In- diana tot scared and crossed over into Canada. That just about ended the fighting along the northern border, therefore my Regiment was ordered to Texas to assist in subduing the Coman- ches and Apaches who had become -pretty bad west of tha Pecos river. Our regiment was scattered among the posts of western Texas, with regimen- tal headquarters at Fort Concho, just across the Concho river from San An- gelo. There were still roving bands of young Indian bucks that committed depredations now and then, but the Comanche tribe, as a whole, had been put on reservations at Fort Sill, in the Indian Territory, where they were kept under guard by U. S. soldiers, which meant that their wholesale depredations had practically ended. With so little fighting, army life became irksome, and in the spring of 1877 I quit the army and joined the Texas rangers...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 September 1932

"V mm .V ■ V - iJj}-. '';XiT "" %. ' wll&£ i '• * • . : - < :' v- ■• ■:'■"•• ;i - ' ■- • v - ■• ?« rfflQRSfl IR CO MEN T RH • i By i. H. LOWRY (Copyright, int. kr <fc* Im C*r MM M ^;-v . The Cotton Market ANY seen, savants, political eco- nomists and price prognosticators are now rushing into print and telling the farmers about market- ing their cotton. Some are urging the tillers of the soil to hold their fleecy staple for better prices; some advise early selling and some a gradual mar- keting. The man who has lived all his days in cotton regions never places a high estimate upon the intelligence of one who undertakes to forecast the gyrations of the cotton market. In the South most of us know that a human being can guess as accurately at the direction a flea will hop as at the turns the cotton market will take. We all know the market will go up or down, or remain as it is, but further than this no man knoweth. When a grower mar- kets cotton, he takes a chance on the whee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 September 1932

m 1 to j Bui lako ] UM V Ad Inc 3! a mmm looeton Qooparage and Tab y hat located a plant in Paris _ manufacture of barrel* and The first truck load of complet- ed barreli was turned out from the new plant in May. TEXAS LEADS IN VEGETABLE SHIPMENTS Texas in 1981 shipped 7864 carloads of mixed vegetables, California 6,141 cars, Colorado 4,207, Florida 4,195, and all other States together 9,222 cars, Texas alone accounting for almost one- fourth the Nation's total. are factories can produ r a total ittce TEXAS LEADING MARKET FOR LIMA AND PINTO BEANS Texas is the leading market for pinto beans, baby limas and blackeye peas, and San Antonio is the leading distrib- ution center for pinto beans and Hous- ton for baby limas and blackeye peas, according to a survey by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics of wholesale distribution of beans. Statistics were gathered from 3,000 leading wholesalers and reflect the consumption in distribu- tion areas. HAS EDITED PAPER 56 YEARS James C. Son, of Pa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 September 1932

rnmm* put—a luoitr rvrrai Sit IT mn, Baylw QkUaa* tu Wobm U> IW «mfa IN l«Hin among wmbm at tfc* tcutkwmt. BUk la Milln, kldanr ant apirlti Baylor Oollatt b yount and ■o4*ra la la. (hNM always In t«p wltk tfct Ham and far ik«l In xiulp- ■Mnt and (aallltla iar bettor training room women fat' aaiaan and homo maaagomont. Wrlta NOW for Catalog of eoanw. H«tn you room for nnt fall wklla Mltctiona art taK Addraaa J. C. HARDY, A.M., LL.D., Trddnt ONE-YEAR LAW COURSE BOOKS FURNISHED ENROLL ANYTIME--2-YEAR COURSE FOR BEGINNERS. Every Scholarship Js good for life. Read and Remember 3 times as fast Day School—Night School—Home Study—New Method in Teaching—Investigation means enrollment—Individual instruction—go as fast as you please. SOMERVILLE LAW SCHOOL Joke$ to Make You Laugh DALLAS llftSH Mala Pliant 1*711# FORT WORTH 1UU E. ttfc St. Phana Mill TYLER Aahhr Bid* Phana lit WICHITA FALLS 641 Harrty-Snldtr THIRTY-FIVE YEARS AGO (September, 1897) Richard M. Wynne, Joseph D. Sayers, W. H. Cra...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 September 1932

to ■! I if P: I ma Uu 1 An ln< rec oil 3 100,1 _ thk fall. The Muleshoe hatchery has sold over 70,- 000 chicks this season and others have 'been shipped in. Twelve 4-H club young- sters of Uvalde county made an average profit of $9.50 per head this year on fourteen calves, after charging all home-grown feed at market prices and allowing for the original cost of the calves. As a consequence beef calves are looking better to Uvalde people than they have for some time. In January of 1931, Claude B. Hurlbut bought a half section of land in Crosby county, and there was a crop of volunteer wheat on it. He put 400 sheep on the wheat and never took them off until the day before the combine started. Sheep, he said, will graze down weeds and thistles. They will eat wheat stubble, and wheat before it begins to stem. An exhibit of wild geese, all varieties of pheasants and other specimens of wild life will be included in the poultry show at the 1932 State Fair of Texas, Dallas, it has been a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 September 1932

S and Br AUNT MART A PUZZLE IN PICTURES )L!CUIAN*8 I fcOLICEMA F ^ijjnLE bUreourM of iprrRT hiM i Mies connected mardinK llVM pn- many with nardinf Urn and roperty the policeman nets with nvany itrtnge and exciting ■periencet, to say tething of the danger* k often encounter*. Besides these there ire many other things intimately connected with a policeman's life. Four of them are pic- tured in rebus form in the accompanying drawing. Study care- fully each of these imall pictures and the chances are you can name correctly the word that is the solu- tion of each of the four puzzles. Tim* your- ielf and see how quick- ly you can do it ANSWER TO LAST MONTH'S PUZZLE Wive's Names: The names of the lix wives which suggest thir hus- SUE (lawyer). GRACE (danc- ing master). PEG (shoemaker). SOPHIE (sofa, unholstcrer). MARY (marry, clergyman). I WWULAR ia " ""O bandju-vocations are: FAN*$>all player). DEA^TRIENDS: Here we are at the threshhold of (all again. How rapidly the seasons come and ...

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