Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 6, 1936 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, January 6, 1936
Page 13
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, LIFE'S MELANGE ByMELLANG MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP, 'I'm all right, sis, I've got my rubbers on." READERS ATTENTION The 'Globe-Gazette's serial story that has appeared on this page will be found on the market page. THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY THE TWO REMAINING CHE ATTME MOO TO MARSHA!- OT£~f VN/Al-KEle C01-P Daily Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 1--A lexicon IS--Frozen water 21--Owns ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PliZZLE 7--The end aimed at S--Again 10--Tumult 12--Think 13--A volume of maps 24--Bend 26--To long for 28--Flute-like wind instruments 14--Facing di- 29--To linger rection from about whence g-la- 30--Masculine cier moves name (poss.) 15--Definite 31--Nothing but article 32--Having 16--Open fabric cleansing- 17--Mien properties DOWN ALWAYS CARRY WR.IGLEYS ~ IT'S INEXPENSIVE'-SATISFYING 1 A projecting cog 2 Selassie 3--Feminine name 4--Engrossed 5--Junction 6--Natural judgment 7--An insect 9--A point of the compass 11--Avoids 12--African bird IS--A mosaic in a Greek church 19--Raised to the third power 20--To wear away 21--A shelter 22--Avoid 23--Withered 25--A waistcpat 27--Center of Roman Catholic church MoW.Voll KW.OVJ ts-ree tst^r sod ! I MoW! SU-V4-H-H! J '//f'-JSrT^T wT^fH th, . onyn«ht, 19.16. by Central Press Associalion. Inc. BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ice By William Ritt and Clarence Gray, MY FRIEND, 1 DON'T ) LOOK.'A CASTLE GUARD WAVING US TO MAKE SPEED HOME/ HARALD.'THE WHITE WOLF MAY HARALD.WHATS THAT HUGE CHUNK OF ICE HANGIMG OVER THE INLET? SAVE ASGARD IF THE CITY IS EVER ATTACKED; WHILE THEY AWAIT SIEGFRIED'S RETURN TO CONSCIOUSNESS, , THATS THE WHITE WOLF GLACIER-IF IT SHOULD EVER FALL- AND HARALD 60 FOR A ROW ON THE BAY OF A56ARD BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE on, MISS PKTTY! DID voo YOOR HOUO^VS, BETW? THEM l'\_\_ MOT BE (^ LOMELV SNA GOOD TO ! SOT 1VAGLAO TO BE B^CV (K. ROSA, T ·SHE SNAS VU-. E. FOR A- \_OKiQ NNOUL.O TUEY- DO voo ·SCHOOU ACAAW, i! u fit i in.t H^V · - f f i / i t-fc-. . npyriirhl., liy Central Press Association. '" c - l~f ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON DONT H E L P ' J ME.* I'LL SET 1 ALON6.* rJ NOW WHATJ WI2ONO? DOHT 6E A 616 CALF -TELL 8ELIEMIM ALL THE TIME THAF VOU LOVED ME ." \MELL,CUfOUT PBETENDIN' -- THE I HEAED WHAT NOU TOLD OOC MEAD." f YOU'RE. soi2i2'i VMELL.I SSM PATHS ,'ACCprNO SuGS7iruTE'J-l.VNN MOTTO. ITS GENUINE LO\IE orz. HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWANN UTTUE f\VJ , TOT HEftRT, fere I Pin OFF A , DOTV-. ^ V HEY/ INSPECTOR WADE--The Black Abbott l V. H. rnlcnt Office. By EDGAR WALLACE DINNER is OVER. AT FOSSAWAY MANOR--THE GUESTS ARt IN THE LIBRARY WHEN--THE BLACK ABBOT APPEARS! GHOST OR NO GHOST, I'LL GET HIM/ NO, LORD CHELPORD/-HE MAY BE W I LORD CHELFORO EVADES WADE- THERE IS A SWIRL OF BLACK ROBES AND HE GOES DOWN UNDER A VICIOUS BLOW/ HARRY, HARRY/ ARE YOU A1.L. RIGHT? THE MANUSCRIPT OF * I THE CHELFORD TREASURE/-- T'S GONE/ TAKEN FRONV my HAND/

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