Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 18, 1936 · Page 51
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 51

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Friday, December 18, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER ISM 1936 ROOM AND BOARD ByGENEAHERN YOU, WHAT TX3 YOU BE COIN* "BEHIND TH»=> BRUSH*? I THOUGHT 1 'RECOGNIZED TH' NOSE ,— ~ A TREE ORNAMENT ON A PACE .' TH' •RACKET fcCXN' AROUND IN THIS. SAMTY CXJTPIT AW,— NOW VOU SPOILED EVERYTHING, we FOOLED YOU 'BOYS POP, vEARS, USINfi CHIMNEYS —AtABP-OSt IS POP.'WE AS AN ILL VOUCH THAT HE ISN'T A VA&RANT MOW. . •DENNIS I ALWAVS MAT5&/AY & ET- AWAV -WITH 'REINDEERS I THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY ITS HIS DCXS-- AN& I?EHEARSAU FOie. THE. PLAY AT THE CHURCH WAS OFF" LAST NI6HT WHEN THE MAIN ACTD* \WAS MUGGS and SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP (^ T TtELU. VOU Vou'ft& ("JUST BEJkiG SILLY!' SToP / BLUBBERINV3'. 1 . KJoTHfM'! T TO HAPPEKl Tt3 V/^ !! AW COMOtsi 1 BR>kCE UP 'A WHAT'S "THE AW.. HE. BU^TtO THE PEKI SIST&R. HIM FOR. BIRTHDAY'! OH " DEAR.! OK' SO MOV*/ WE. HE'S BE A.U- -RIGHT K36, - C|NTItAt.J1iESS ASSOCIATION BRICK BRADFORD —And the Lord of Doom By William Ritt and Clarence Gray Daily Crossword Puzzle 27 17 /8 ts 22 25 23 29 20 ^'^5 m 37 33 10 30 89 WOULD LIKE TO HAVE SEEN JUNE ONCE TO TELL HER— BUT, PERHAPS, IT 5 BETTER THIS WAY FAR TO THE CAST A SQUADRON OF ALLIED PLANES DRUMS THROUGH THE N1SHT SKIES- LET THROUGH THE ELECTRIC WALL FOR A MID BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE DID SOU GET SO MUSSED OP?AN5D LOOVC AT >OOR. HAIR) NNVWT H^PPENiED? *e\ V^ELL.T'VE SOME AMO JOST AS I NMAS ALLEV A CAME TEARVMG OUT.. ne BAGGED WGHT INPTO ME . rr v s HEY! CAJ-M , | IT ANJO ROM' O4.NOO \ DARUMG! HE DROPPED T^VS BUT TO PICK oosr QDT op AKTO ANGEL! DO XXJ GOOD l_UCVli ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON ACROSS 1—Prejudice 4—Apprehension 8—Feiyn 9—Domesticated ho? 11—Near 13—Five tines ten 26—Diminutive of Theodore if—Higrh in the scale 28—A loose hanging point Si—Compass point 13—Greek letter 31—A place of correspond- •taff to N JS— Place 1« — A card 17 — A mineral 1»— frivolity 21 — A magic 24— Injured worship 33—The letter R 34—Moldings ha\ing a section in reverse 35—A unit 36—Mixes mortar 37—A line on . which something rotates DOWN bile 17—SIat-lik« rook 18—An upper limb 20—A large vessel for liquids 21~A recitative song 22—A mixture 25—Fruit? of the palm tree 28—An aeriform elastic fluid 30—The Greek equivalent of the Roman Mars 32—Title of a magistrate of a Turkish village 33—A keel-billed cuckoo 34—Co-ordinat- ing conjunction 35—A domestic animal Answer to previous puzrle: 1—An Infant 1 —Chflling 3—Near 4—Terrible 5—Disorder t —Some 7—Back- prefix amall taste 10—Anchored floats for the aid of navigators 13—Noticed 14—Aside 19—The organ that secretes FKENDS STOLE" "VOWS. 12'NG "1WATS M^ SfOI2>f AND I'M STICKING To IT: HE'S GONE/ WAS I MAO WMEN I THINK" THAT DETECflMC SUSPECTS ME -- 5ur THANK GOODNESS ETTA DOESN'r GEUE.V& I'LL BUY VOU ANOTHER LCXXSLIKE7WE BLAOCSHEEP PULLIN<3 THE WOOL ovsa HIS LITTLE LAMBS VOU " I COULD HAVE ^?n/V-l or coui2Sg t CAN'T AFFOED A BIG STOrC LI ICE "THE ONE HIM-SO I'M SAFE. HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWAN ONE OF UP ft 0UNOLE HEY! LOOK KIDS — LIONEL TRAINS $1.50 and up C*me In And h**r them whistle MAZDA CHRISTMAS .It TRIE LIGHTS ^* 59e 5-Tub« Radio*, $12.50 oiueiand Electric Co. 221 N. Federal Phone 1230 To COLO— „ rifv HECK i^ IN \t: INSPECTOR WADE TJ. i. Futent By EDGAR WALLACE WftDE, MAYBE THAT CAR THAT CRASHED WASN'T THEIRS— MAYBE THEY WENT A DIFFERENT WAY/ IT'S THEIRS, ALL RIGHT--HERE'S THE TRAIL OF OA*- OUNI FROM THE PUNCTURED THERE'S A PUOOU INt HERE— THIS THEN WHERE ARE THEY-- IN ONE OF THESE HOUSES? OFCA 15 WHERE THEY GOT OUT/ WE COT AWAY SUCK AS A WNISM BY THE. TIME WADE WAXES UP WE'LL BE IN TH' ttEAlfT '

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