The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 16, 1936 · Page 19
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 16, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 16 H 1936 I LIFE'S MELANGE By MELLANG MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP "Two hamburgers to take out, please.' THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY | ft HEY! OTEY'.-QUKK'.'.-- GETUPONJYOOR FEET AND PEETEHP ' --AUNT SARAH PEABOPY IS HEAP/NCJ THIS WAYVJITH A BUNCH OF VlSIToftS- PUT T SHOES ON TMIS TIME Wfc THIS 1.AST COLD SP MARSHAL- OTEY WAL.KOT? HAS BEEM AB2-E TO CATCH OP ON HIS SLEEP PLEASE 8Rlrl Hl«\ If! ? WE. CA ' t - \b Copyright. 1936. by Central Press Association. Inc. BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ice By William Ritt and Clarence Gray; ALL A5GARD TREMBLES A5 A LOOKOUT'S TRUMPET SOUNDS-"SAIL HO/'JHE ENEMY "IS SIGHTED/ WHAT A MIGHTY aEET, BRICK-IF YOUR STRUCK DliMB WITH FEAR THORKILL5 PEOPLE WATCH THE APPROACH OF THE REBEL FLEET . WHILE HIGH ABOVE THE WHITE WOLF GLACIER-- HBMirCyMl Tna AMeiMlOn. NOW BRICK, HOW.' FIRE THE CASK.' THEIR FLAGSHIP PASSES BENEATH THE GLACIER.' NO/NO.' NOT YET, HARALD,NOTYFJ.' Daily Crossword Puzzle BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE 2.2 2.4. 25 27 12. IS lO BUT \N\TH AuuT»-ie. VNHE.NS tvVV A CLUB? HIAP. X cues-s NOT! Copyright, 1936, by Central Press Association. Inc. / ( 1 lll-ll-lll.l T ...--^--t---J.,^^-- I I ' '"**TM sesioes I'NJB. AN VOE.. ^.erw | ·SHOB 1 . kVJD BETH NNOOQ VNOfCTk-tTEW OP HER. 1 . ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON HEADACHE ? I'M SO THEEE --LAVNOifc HERD BACKT ON MN 5HOULDEII." POOR, , IT LOOKS5 LIKE SYMPATHY IS AVilN TO LOME". NOT MENTIONS ANV NAMES -- BUT if! LIFE'S A BED OF \NHEPE DONA WANT HE SAID TO OVUZM HIM IN HERE EfJ. D. E. P». OH.. topSTiEhl. I8S6. Cmlnl Pr«» Ao'n. ACROSS l_One of the :2-- Capable of five senses -- Earliest 11-- Eyed 12-- City in Nebraska It -- Prosecuted (an action) belrjg retrieved 23-- Dried Up 24 -- Mischievous 27-- A cover 28 -- Male swan 31-- Frosted 15--Stiffly proper 33--A gentle 16--Mend with needle and thread 17--Purpose 1$~-Compass point 20--The superior of a commu- breeze 34 -- Catarrhal discharge of the eyes 36 -- Communion table 37-- A stiff felt hat 18--Stirred 20--Land measures 11--A little boy (colloq. U. S.) 14--A feathered animal 25--A dull pain 26--An antlered wild animal 38--Attractive 39--Seaport la Algeria SO--A poet 32--Confer knighthood upon 23--The whole 35--Belonging to me »--A Jewish month HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWANN Antwer to prcvioiu puzzle nity of monks SS--Mix I--Fling I--A malarial fever 1--Killed t--Masculine name (--Masculine name 6--Folio (abbr.) DOWN 7--A mischievous child 8--Choice 9--The lower leg 10--Domesticate 14--A country of Asiatic Russia 17--Grandfather of Saul I* W V c m *M UEHT 1H^OO6H THE. TOO 00^ To N\6rtT VPiCPiKT HOUSE INSPECTOR WADE--The Black Abbott HcElstcre4 B. 8. Patent Off!«. By EDGAR WALLACE Close Outs in Watches To reduce our watch stock we are offering TWO DOZEN of our finest watches at HALF PRICE OR LESS. These are standard makes and carry our positive guarantee. See them on display in our south window. 215 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. THE BUCK r\B80T WAS MO gHO_ST, OONAVAN HE WENT IH THERE.' THE CHELFORD VAULT/-- ISN'T THAT WHERE TH' TREASURE'S SUPPOSED TO 8E?" WE'RE GOlNff BACK. THERE, DONrWAN" -8UT THIS TIME WE WON'T BE SEEN'- I NEVER SNEKED AROUND SO MANY BUILDINGS IN (AY LIFE'- WHEW, THAT WAS CLOSE--THOSE BULLETS BUZZED PAST MY EARS LIKE A FLOCK QF AN6RY BEES/-- WlTH INFINITE CAUTION THEV ENTrft THE MUSTY VAULT-

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