Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1936 · Page 57
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 57

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 22, 1936
Page 57
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 22 • 1936 ROOM AND BOARD ByGENEAHERN TO™???* WIFE HA- UH\? -HAC K- KAC K ^. TO PRACTISE SIN61N6 THAT BELLWVINCi WITH YULE LOG AND LAUGHTER SO JOLLY MOUSE TO MOUSE OM CROAKERS TO <=O IN 6WAMP MY BARITONE. LU<vfc BURGUNDY, ¥'• E JUD6ES OLOE TYME CAROLERS THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY \ ( NO, JIM, THAT SUIT / HAVE BEEN OKAY C"J THE DEPRESSIOM ^ BUT THIS YEAR GOT TO PUT ;M MOI?E THOUGHT IT f MORE MODERN— YOU ICNOvJ, SOKT 6 C STBEAMLINEO TME BACKET STOl?E CLAUS MUGGS and SKEETER I THOUGHT YOU GETTING P/MR GRADES. ( WELL, WHY f THEY? ... *->. T ANYTHING IK'SCHOOU. NNEU- rtllSKS SHOULD By WALLY BISHOP JL'' r THE KID THAT ?'/ | 1H FRONT OF ME A \TKE- DUMBEST *, BRICK BRADFORD •—And the Lord of Doom OWE OF THE ALLIES' BOMBS FALLS NEAR THE GUARD HOUSE IN WHICH . BRICK * IS CONFINED THE BLAST SHAKES DOWN A WALL By William Ritt and Clarence Gray k-Jr^-'-'M L l-^ HOPE THERMS NO GASOLINE IOOSE ABOUND HERE/ [7 THROUGH THE REEKING, RUBBLE—STREWN STREETS OF THE CAMP CTTY BRICK BASHES IN AN ATTEMPT TO GAIN FREEDOM" BIG SISTER Daily Crossword Puzzle I VJAfS TEL.UK5G VOJ ASOUT- By LES FORGRAVE VJMV THAT OD3TS ^ MOJEV.' OOP, / DOU_AR EIGHTY EvGHTY / NNOOlDbJ'r Qov / AT«-HMG LAKE TO BUV IT! -s " I THAT ? JOST TRY TO BOY IT ONCE. A&O SEE.; THAT'S AU_l_ T ASVC, JUST so! JOST 'CAXJSE CAO ODOLO V "C-HM^ tTS, N5OT ^NCXXtH- ETTA KETT SOMe BLIZZAED/ SWELL 1 NI6HTTO on BOV;' ETTAS ' N oWs MN NCC O WE'LL FIND IF By PAUL ROBINSON AND IS ~K>Wl. PACE RED/ YOLCVE BEEM UP TO SOME: TCiac .* Vou tboic LIKE A *n r—^ •—r*« /t-n HH; u 5 PAT cw.. eomieMT. na«. gajntAL ACROSS 3—A sloping 26—Received edge 27—A thigh 6—Writer or the Psalms 11—Strike out 12—A cottonwood tree of Texas 13—Past tense of lay 14—A speech defect 18—Wavers •23—piough (simplified spelling) 25—From joint 28—Corrode 29—Gaiety 32—An expression of sorrow 35—A conveyance for the dead. 38—Knit the brow 33—Awry 41—Want of tone 42—Water fowls 17—A thicket 19—A southern constellation 20—Chance 21—Embryo of i bird 22—A pig pen 23—Definite article 24—Belonging to him 30—A loud sound 31—Daybreak 32—Skill 33—A card gam« 34—The upward- curving planking of a ship 35—Bulge 35—Piece out 37—Acts flaw) 38—The note F 40—Plural I HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWAN DOWN 1—Exist 2—An addition to a. house 3—A Roman road 4—A decree 5—Guided «—Any split- pulse 7—A learned teacher of things sacred among the Moslems 8—A vessel or duct fanat.) 9—A mischiev-. ous child 10—Perform 15—A proposal 16—Wide U MAKE YOUR SELECTION NOW of any diamond, watch, clock or sny other piece of merchandise In our stock. Make a (mail Initial payment and pay the balance at your convenience. KO EXTKA CHARGE LIVERGOOD BROS. Z15 North FedenU INSPECTOR WADE C. ». F*tent Offlt*. THAT'S FUNNY. DONAVAN / THE AMBULANCE WENT OVER. THE TOP Of THAT HILL BUT IT SHOULD HAVE COME INTO SIGHT ON THE NEXT SLOPE LON0 AOO/ /-" I DON'T LIKE IT DONAVAN-—IT .LOOKS LIKE AN AMSlifH « Itofr GOT A PLAN-- DO .MI WHAT r SAY/ DON'T WORRY WADE I'LL DO HW PART PERFECTLY/ VOU GO AHEAD, DONAVAN I'M GETTING OUT HERE/— NOW REMEMBER.™ DON'T L1AVI THE CAR NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS / OKAX. WADE/ By EDGAR WALLACE MAYBE I SHOULD HAVE DRIVEN THE CAR --- Jf 50KVETHING <3££$ flBGIifi /— BUT tMUT IT'S TOO LATE TO W? NOW—1*0 Mm* •ITOOIMO/ >

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