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About Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1964)
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BY JAN. 31st.
EVERYONE CAN PLAY
HERE'S HOW YOU CAN WIN:
Play COINWORD every week between now and January 31st, 1964, because you
have a BIG chance to win $2,500.00 or one of three cash prizes for fewest errors in your
These are the new rules:
Any person turning in a perfect entry between now and Jan. 31, will receive
$2,500.00. If more than one perfect entry is submitted the $2,500.00 will be split. In the
event no one has turned in a perfect entry by Jan. 31, the money will be divided into three
prizes and awarded to contestants who have the fewest mistakes in their COINWORD
entries any one week during the four-week period. Awards are: First Prize, $1,200.00;
Second Prize, $800.00; Third Prize, $500.00. Where ties occur prize money will be divid
ed equally. The new rules offer many chances to win so start right now and piay COIN
WORD TONIGHT and every Friday thereafter.
corT2.RD PRIZE $ 2500 00
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Complete- punle, depoiit in box r SUBURBAN DRUG
OR WAGGONER DRUG CO. . . . ar pasta an 4c
past card and mail to Herald and Newi, P.O. Ban 941.
COINWORD CONTEST RULES
1. Solve COINWORD as you would ony other cross
2. Anyone is eligible to entor the contest except em
ployes of the Herald and News and their families, and em
ployes of Suburban Drug ond Waggoner Drug Co., and their
3. A contestant may submit as many entries as he
wishes, using the entry bfank printed in this paper, or exact
sized, hand-drown facsimiles of the puzzle made without
use of carbon paper or other duplicating means.
4. To submit an entry o contestant may deposit his
complete puzzle along with his name and address in the
COINWORD contest box ot Waggoner Drug Co., 839 Main
St., or Suburban Drug Co., 3950 So. 6th, or attach the com
pleted puzzle along with his name end address on a 4c post
card and mail it to the COINWORD Editor, Herald and
News, P.O. Box 941. Mail entries must be postmarked not
later than 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, and entries must be deposited
in the COINWORD contest boxes by 12:00 noon Wednesday.
5. There is only one correct solution to each COIN
WORD PUZZLE. Decision of the judges is final and all con.
testants agree to abide by the official answer supplied by the
COINWORD editor. All entries become the property of the
paper. Only one prize will be owarded to a family unit.
6. Entries must be mailed or delivered by hand before
closing deadlines. No entries con be returned. The answer
will be published in the Herald and News.
3. The number on o would serve as Identifico-
tion. (Badge, Barge)
6 tenements ore a menocf to those who dwell
in them. (Until, Unlil)
8. The woman with ankles moy be well sup
ported, wnin, I rim;
9. Athletes ore understandobly when tested.
10. Bv looking ot the heads ot one might determ
ine their age. (Nags, Nogs)
II. A dirtv .
1, An infant's welfare might depend upon a good .
2. Weok should hove immediate attention.
would disturb o refined woman.
13. Unable to see dearly, a man might suffer broken.
15 Whrn o stage net n - it "'ay become tire-
ome. (Waning, Waxing)
18. An abbreviation tor East Indies
19. The on a woman's face cou'd be the result
of an accident. i.Feor, Tcart
21. The omission of a .
usenpt (Step, Strt)
22 Without anv
couM harm a clever mon
q ship wou'd founder.
3. Preference moy be indicated by obvious ,
4. A preposition.
5. Successful conversation may depend upon the right sort
of (Conduct, Conduit)
7. Clinging eventually smother their support.
12. A green tends to shut out the light.
M. Wise children do not quarrel without considering
15. Looking for bright copper , a mon might go
to o hardware store. (Wore, Wire)
16. Without o glass, it might be difficult to measure a
17. A broken might be in a cask. (Log, Leg)
20, A preposition.
Deposit Your Entries At Either COINWORD Sponsors
Suburban Drug Co. - or -- Waggoner Drug Co.
3950 So. 6th 839 Main St.
Or Mail to: Coinword Editor
P.O. Bex 941
Extra Coinword Papers Available At Waggoner Drug, Suburban
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