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By ANN MARITZA

By ANN MARITZA

CROSSWORD PUZZLE, No. 2113 ACROSS— I. Waste time : 5. Herbage ; 9. Cold ; 10. Bird ; 11. Moisture ; 12. Of walls ; 14. On the summit; 15. Itinerant mender ; 17. Tear ; 19, Brook ; 20. In the Spring; 22. Let; 24, Accompany; 27. Huge ; 30. Beetle ; 31. Mortar ; 33. Chrysalis : 34.
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Your Secret Soul

Your Secret Soul

Can you name the opposing teams in your mental tug-of-war ? If you want to keep your sense of humour, proportion and dignity in these difficult titans—make something ! Make anything—paint picture, invent a tune, build rockery, house or anything you like. Creative activity is the
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Who would you have in YOUR shelter?

Who would you have in YOUR shelter?

Pretend you have a very small air raid shelter, which only holds yourself and one other person comfortably. And that there's goin* to be a pretty long raid on. Teti or twenty people are standing outside, some them personal friends, others well-known people, and you must decide w
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

Monday, September 9, 1940 were lining . * * right ! . . (.In-Iter. , . yes, you're in an air raid e are ninety of us with an two hours, whatever-theywait. e think of the two red velvet rs reserved lor us at Madame So- and wish we had not put on best hats. e are no awkward silenc
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Sincerity Counts

Sincerity Counts

1 home; In the long run insin- J * (erity defeats Y«ur hust'ind will quickly learn that you are oi.ng the line of least resistance and distrust you. It sometimes mure difficult to he outright, but the long run it is worth while. In the office: Do not tell your boss you believe t
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
♦ ♦ ♦

♦ ♦ ♦

number of insincere people is *■ Here are some of them;— The soft soaping friend who a I"ral coward and is afraid the truth may offend. She generally lands vou s, "«e kind of scrape if you are anv gullible. !ne easy-going husband tells vou dress is the nicest he has ever '' n be
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'tOULL LObt.POPEVt, I te.gr oeepom Wkr you KEEP 'EM JEEPS ■

'tOULL LObt.POPEVt, I te.gr oeepom Wkr you KEEP 'EM JEEPS ■

09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
JUST vJAKiTED TEST 'M COMFIDENCt himejelp, cnv f y £ WHIP ARMV ) VJILL Afa SUCH CONFIDEHCE / » I

JUST vJAKiTED TEST 'M COMFIDENCt himejelp, cnv f y £ WHIP ARMV ) VJILL Afa SUCH CONFIDEHCE / » I

KIN THE PEEPS . THEVti. TELL ■^r— •yes'A , * thousing^_
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SILVER LINING i

SILVER LINING i

Today there are many empty houses with gardens where the flowers are still blooming. Householders hare gone away, hut the loveliness they planted and tended lives on. Let us try to lire that when we pass on, ue may leave fragrant memories in the hearts of those we leave behind.
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HURDLER’S SELECTIONS

HURDLER’S SELECTIONS

Harringay. 5.30, Rustic Bov: 5.47, Wild Gallant; 84. Blue Sapper; 6.21. OR. Apollo; 6.38. OR. Apricot; 8.55. Long Bar; 12. Light o’ the Lane; 7 29, Holystone Conquest PS. for readers.—lt the big tniva* money Is liable to be borrowed com* pulsorlly, so. course, will the ll 1 ' e
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England