The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 9, 1936 · Page 17
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 9, 1936
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LIFE'S MELANGE By MELLANG ' · * MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. JANUARY MUGGS McGINNIS · I f no U/Muitl' 1/MoT BA.O.H I if " ^ \ Z s x . ' a . X, 1936 By WALLY BISHOP said,'no riders !'' READERS ATTENTION The Globe-Gazette's serial story that Las appeared on this page will be found on the market page. THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY THESES NO SUESS TO IT'.-YOUVE EUINEO THE OLD VJHEN YANKEE BARLOW CTALI-ED IN A NATIONAL. 1SUAPOSMAN "TO SPSEO UP THE PROCESS Of PUTTW NNOEM HOLES IN His ANTicaoe =uienrrDT?m,HE FORGOT -ro OMADUMMYMCSDEU- Doily Crossword Puzzle 12. 24. 3 22. i a ·34- Ifo Z-7 14. 76 ACROSS 1--Humorous 22--Hardship 8--Cattle enclos- 23--Cry of a crow ura (So. Afr.) 26--Feminine 9--Feminine name name 27--A boy 29--Greek letter 31--Fifth note of the scale 32--Able to meet obligations 10-- Putrefy 11-- Permeating 16-- Precious stone 16-- Highest not* vote -A membran ous pouch -Chronological division geological history -Merry -Measure of length 24--Consumed . 25--Unproductive 27--Lobate 28--Entirely of 30--On 31--Lateral 32--Small deer 88--Choose 34--Sun 35--Piece out of Guido's scale 17-- Turf 18 -- Incite on 20 -- God of war 3(5--Surpass 3"--Lyric poem 38--Incident 39--Shelf Antwer to pravioui puzxlt DOWN 1--A drinkins vessel 5--Hiving « mane I--The earno -Kind of fish e--A kind- of learnlnc 7--Tilted up 5--Bulky piecs nf timber .12--Self S--Isthmus con-13--Systematized necting Siatr course of and Alalay living peninsula 14--Kegatlve DEPENDABLE Watch Repairing DIAMOND SETTING CLOCK and JEWELRY REPAIRING All Work Done by Trained Workmen. No Guesswork. We Pay Highest Cash Price for Old Gold New Location, 215 North Federal Ave. -9 Copyright. IftSfl, by Central Prv« Axfiociftlion. Ine BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the By William Ritt and Clarence Gray; MY ARMY. MY FLEET ARE READY BUT I *M HELPLESS FOR I KNOW NOT »'RE Will COME THE ATTA.. WELL, WE DO-BRICK AND I HAVE MAPPED THESE ISLANDS AND WE'VE FOUND BUT TWO VULNERABLE SPOTS YOU SEE-MOUNTAINS WKE VOUR ISLAND IMPREGNABLE SAVE IN THE REGIONS OF THE BIFROST BRIDGE AND THE BAY OF BAY Of- VEHGE.MICE \^/ 5 f|2. 3L , PEOMBLE $ -*~^ POSITION OF ffl SNSAV HEETS SOUTHERL.V SEA BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE . GOOD OF YOU ROSA,. OOM'T \ HHR.IV\-COME \NOR.R.V'.I'\ ARE TvAE. MERV IWOST, FRESH ocrr. \SJA,NiT TO WANE. HER.. V.4EY A.U- LOOK. ^X 3 Copyright, 19,16, by Central Press Associiition, ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON ^7O MAKE A IGN6^TOHN SHORT-- I CAME TO TELL I THE DOCTOIL SAID r I SVlOULD EXEftCISE SHE? UPSTAIKS- IlL CALL HER/ , irs GOS TO SEE ^u WELL ASAlM * GREETlMGS, DOG FACE ! HELLO,MeS. KETT." E.TTA HOME ? \NEU.,WHATS ON NOL"7 ~-/»*a,rw« MIND? BOB'S HERE/ I'M 30I2EV FO^THE WAN I 'TEATEOfOU NE3- LEG SO 110, OjIN NOW ; INFORMATION VOU'EE CKASHINCJ MN DATE / HOWCT- TEETHIN6 RASH/ , U. S. P*u Off., copyright, 1938, C«rtr*l Prw« Aw'R. HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWANN NEXT CME. \4 OF JOHK INSPECTOR WADE--The Black Abbott Kfel«lcr«l C. 5. Talent O'frr, By EDGAR WALLACE I'M FINE NOW, IT'S THOMAS, THE OH, IT'S YOU, GILDER ---- I DON'T KNOW -- I SAW HIS FOOTMAN --- AND -- I SAW THE BLACK WHAT HAPPEHED? TORCH WAVING, A6BOT--I WAS JUST SO I CAME --- BEYOND THAT HEDGE WADE 15 NOT THE FIRST TO REACH THE BUTLER --I TURNED TO RUN/ BUT HE CAUGHT ME. 1

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