Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 17, 1936 · Page 75
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 75

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 17, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 17 • 1936 ROOM AND BOARD ByGENEAHERN BAV OTP.CUD6E 1 THIS IS W< PAL. SLU&GV~T»,VAM! 'S GONNA 'RUN TH" -BASES TOW CUT UIN«i IN TOR OP NOD SHOULD "BE OUT GOES DOWN WITH *O«, "THE SWANK SUn WHO THAT PERSON IN TOUT", SANTA COSTUN\E r ? THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY CHAN6ES HIS M)NC> A*A)M- -TVJO VJECKJ AT THE- FOLDERS ON BOB FIP4ET MAPC A QUICK EAULT TOOAV MUGGS and SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP w&u. t WEI!. V. u YER. JUST -me. I X WMJKi PUT TV4E 8EK- •>*. foR - UlTTLfc 12-n COTIIICHT. tm. ctifr»Ai ntcss ASSOCIATION^ 'PUT ME OH TUE CUFF FtR PUOK1& 'SL.U&S'TIL -SATURDAY IV A, <sA.vte>eR. /«r A. ? tspUT VA SAVVY KlMs'S RWTHR? lAVSoFt-SoAPlM' VA. [ FeR A.T&U.CM. ,.Xi«^ A. UL' PtUCUEO PER. 1 VJU.KT (T T TAr<ES... < SeE^ X IT'SUP /ME.THE. WELPIWHA '• Voo KWoW-Wt-lAT A HElPlM' HAMt?-/""" T'A\ SbRRy^ y BRICK BRADFORD —And the Lord of Doom SHAVE OFF THAT MSTACHE AND REMOVE THE WE FROrA HK HAIR—THEN CAUL nt -r Daily Crossword Puzzle 19 33 23 29 37 /7 30 31 38 39 32. 35 ACROSS 1—A Chinese triumph idol 5—Retain 9—Carousal 10—Take pos- •ession by force 11—Highest note of 28—A linen vestment no—Help ."2—Put on 33—Domestic cutting implement of the Eskimos Guide's scale *4—•> scout 13—Beard on wheat 15—Salt 16—Entirely 17—Received 18—Hastened 19—Belonging tome 22—Sodium— symbol 23—Commission 24—Fourth note •Fabulous bird of Arabia 36—A point of the compass 38—Arouse from sleep •40—A manufacturing town in New York on the Hudson river 7—Succulent S—Draw off 9--20 quires of paper 11—Excuse li--Ileligious homage 20—A cover 21—A short, explosive sound 24—A sylvan Jeity 25—Distribute 26—To play truant from school 27—At one time 29—Rough on the edg« 30—Like ashes 31—Bivalent (Chem.) 32—Haul 37—Preposition 39—Plural I Answer to previous puzzle: THE PRISONER IS PREPARED WUR MAJESTY,' By William Ritt and Clarence Gray P)TY, fcRAOFOW),!!^! THI I (OFONESOOJVERANO T-* MUST END30SOON/ ^ BIG SISTER ByLESFORGRAVE -r»4«r ENLDS MY PLAINS CVAR\«STW<S! ow,oeAR., SO CARELESS'. IT'S ALU MV AND DAD TMERE QOfcS FOR VUN4*. j..- 'T SAV THAT*. IT V^AS ALL.TWE MOMCY r- T^e -rai€J= TCOKVOOR. DO1MG VAEVIE ? AND LOOK l A\.U , CAD I GET />-*a OP-SET 1 . COUQSK MC-S5EO ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON PLENTY .' rne PUNIC WHO STOLE WAS NOUNS, ASoursix FEETTALL. HAD DAI2£ HAlfc, WOI2E" A GGEV SUIFANO DETECTIVE; DlDNOUflND I ANN CLUES? GOTACOUPLA Ib SOLVE 6EPO(?E LUNCH HOOEY.'; KNOW HIM? DONFBE SILLS .' YOUOUGHTA. HES A BON-rE(END O 1 i THAT DESCRIPTION 'E INSINUATING I'M A THIEF" 111" THATS OUT.'PHIL HERE I, 6AVS HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% HOOKUP Wr\KT£ 2. H14 By GEORGE SWAN of the scale 41—Moist with. •Excl&mt- dew tion of DOWN 1—A jelatin- ou* mlxturt j—Elliptical I—Apart— "prefix 4—Dross of a metal 5—Search «—A glacial ridge Small New Hamilton; At New Low Price A dainty watch to own. A perfect Christmas g ft. These Hamiltons are the smallest Hamiltons ever made to sell as low as $40,00. NOW ON DISPLAY Livergood Bros. 215 Jforth Av«. S7' e a^/; *•»/• ^ '* *fc INSPECTOR WADE Beri»tere4 U. ». F>teai Ofttu. By EDGAR WALLACE DID YOU SEE THAT.rVADt? II THEN YiH4J HAPPENED TQ AND THE <zLEL? THEV THERE'S SOMETHING FUNNY' WrlATDOYOU WANT M5 TO STOP FOR, WADE?

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