Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 15, 1936 · Page 60
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 60

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Tuesday, December 15, 1936
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\ MASON CITY GLOIE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 15 1936 ROOM AND BOARD ByGENFAHERN BUT, AMBROSE, PLWINd TH& ROLE OF SANTA GLAUS I IS DELIGHTFUL!—THERE IS NO TOIL CONNECTED TO IT!-—HAVE A CARE WITH THAT CIGARETTE AND. YOUR BEARD .'-NOW, LOOK, I ALREADY .BID THE HARD WORK, SETTING VOU _i SEVERAL 3OB& AS SANTA In CLAUS !-ALLYOLTDO IS ^ SIT AN O STAND -JfC j «-i AND 3E , /-O 6V, foS /*ERKY>. AN' YOU GET A CUT ^3 BETTER DtfA OF HALF ON WHAT | TH' NOSE A I EARN,EH?-UW-M-I A hS^|4l OH WELLT--BUT « ^BROSE. SAY,~VOUR BIG rDEA^ '"At-i-it. FOR TH* COUNTRY. CLUB PARTY WHERE I'M LET DOWN TH- CHIMNEY WITH "BLOCKI^TURN" AN'TACKLE, is OUT i ) «,P.E-E;N ! I COfAE IN ON TH* HOOF I WILL CHOKE UP WAITING FOR IT TO ' AJ SANTA FOR 'RENT, BY "DAY , OR HOUR! MUGGS and SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP AfJD LEFT LE6 LJMDEC': ,- .- COPYRIGHT i*H6 CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION ...X WAS JUST THAT A <3UY OOOLb MAKE R HIM-3ELF FAMOUS. IF THE BRICK BRADFORD —And the Lord of Doom By William Ritt and Clarence Gray THE OLD HOME TOWN By STAN LEY BENNY BEAMED x^lLLMOT JOJM THE LOCA1- SUN CLUB ON THEItt AMNUAL. HUNTJNS TRIP Daily Crossword Puzzle /3 /7 35 -4-2 2-4- 31 2/ 27 •40 /2 22 20 86 •ACROSS 1—A painful muscular contraction 5—Porcelain 10—A colony of bees 12—A sign " 13—A frozen dessert 14—A covering; of they 25—A master stroke 27—Co-ordinat- ing conjunction Bla:k substance from smoke 30—To—prefix 28 for the h«»d32~A Dlow 16—Kitchen 34—Expression •uteiuil of pleasure \~ —Expression 35—A Roman of inquiry coin 18—An assumed 37—Before name 38—Beer 20—Back— 38—Aa auction "prefix ; 41—Cut with the 21—Elliptical teeth 22—Sign of the 42—An appoint- inftnitive merit mode 43—A settled 24—Plural ob- courx jective case DOWN mollusk the sea lEv—Papa breaking on 18—Prevent the shore 19—Platform at 29—Steep the door of a 31—Sustain house 33—Pronoun 21—Expression 34—Lowest fe- of astonishment 23—Outside 25—Approach TEMUCHIN HAS BECOME SUSPICIOUS • BECAUSE BRICK, DISGUISED A5 BORAK, HAS REFUSED A CISARET IlLTELU YOU—BECAUSE RE BRICK BRADFORD.' THERE WASNT, EH? AND HOW DO BUT THERE VMS WHY, THE ONE WHO VOU KNOW, BORAK, I OFTEN YOU, BORAK, KNOWTHIS? NO SUCH WOMAN WONDER WHAT BECAME ACCOMPANIED THE OF THAT-OLD WOMAN — 5ALI5BURY5 AND BRADFORD TO KARAKORUM BIG SISTER ByLESFORGRAVE n'S A LOVELY TRAttA. 'TvMOULD BB. CQANO "TO U/^NS AT, BUT VOU SEE T>4EQE. ARE SO MANV CH\L.DR^M TvAffT SAKfTACLADS IS BOOMDTD -SV<\P •SOME OF THeM ASTC3 \WE MUSTN'T BE -/5 COPYRECHT. I93t CENTRAL fliESS NOT ^F T OA*4 VAELP VT. V^TO WER. MAJSSO A.-NNAV WVSTT. X ewe HER. \T » ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON NO OFFENSE " NOW RUN ALONG AND PLAY WITH YOUI3 DOLLIE5 VJHILE i WlDEOPEN AS THE EQENOU APC,DETECTIVE MY EIN6 WAS STOLEN corr LirrlE SHACK./ OVEIZ. DISJOINT iS ,'YOUAINfSO BAD AT GHTiN' XEf2 MAM FIND SOME , aues. HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWAN 26—A self-applauding speech 28—The swell of male voice 36—Cunning 38—16th Hebrew letter 40—Compass point Answer to previous puzzle: , 1—A leader 2—Wealthy „ 3—Hail! 4—Personal pronoun t— Expression of pleasure 7—An evil spirit 8—By 9—AUach 11—Dip water out of a boat 14— A bivalve MAKE YOUR SELECTION NOW of mny diamond, watch, clock or any other piece of raerchan- dl«e In our stock. Make a (mail Initial payment and pay the balance at your convenience. NO EXTRA CHARGE UVERGOOD BROS. 2J5 Xorth Federal - He. UON6 i°l4 I OML.W PsN VOHW- ..._.:j - 5 NO INi 6fNCK OF r INSPECTOR WADE WE'RE OUTDISTANCING TsURE—THIS THEM / ^ CAR CAN DO A MVNMUD/ V. •. Patul OMin. By EDGAR WALLACE THERE MUST 6C A LEfkK- OUR QAS IS MJAOST UNO W*0t MMINO Of/ AN AMBULANCE/ TUJli AT THE NEXT STREET AND GO AROUND THE BLOCK—WE'RE COINS TO TMftOW WADE OFF THE TRAIL/ WlTH WADE STJU. f*R BB4MD THE SWINGS AT TOP 5PEED INTO ASIOC -iV

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