Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 21, 1936 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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Tuesday, January 21, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, J A N U A R Y 21 H 1936 LIFE'S MELANGE [( MASON Cll'V'8 , OWN COMIC , By MELLANG MUGGS McGINNIS 'Why of All Th-!! An All Yo Wanted Was a Light!" THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY SORRY, MISTEB HENNY, OAN CANNOT TAKE T«c JO3 fOVj'KE OFFERM6, HES SO FROM AKOOINS ABOUT UNEMP1-OMENT VJI-m THE (SANS AT THE FEED STOKE DOCTOR TOLD HIM A FEW PA.YS Daily Crossword Puzzle \1 ZZ. so IS. 27 ·37 14- AT. 4.7 2 \0 se ACROSS 1--"TJncte Tom's organs of a Cabin'-- flower anthor 30--One (not S--Puts to flight emphatic) 11--Six-sided 32--A duet squares 3*--Yellow por- 13--Gold tion of ah egg I}--Hindu mystic 56--A lump ejaculation 3S--1/1000 of an 14--Close inch 16--Calculate 4O--Conquer 17--Summit 41--Lowest series lj__Ever (contr.) of Jurassic 31--Bellow of system cattle 4S--A speck 52--Nest 45--French article 2_Medieval 46--Ridse of trading vessel glacial gravel M--Recording 48--Piece ot secretary furniture (abbr.) 5*--Requires *T--Seed bearing 51--Scouts DOWN Novels'-- ft-Snn god " author 7-Belonging J--Any morbid *» °s srrowth 8--Mountain t-Rlver to TM»se In Siberia Russia 4--Very snjafl 9--A private teacher JO--Small mergansers IS--Like a tooth 18--Disease of fowls So--Brazilian coin 35--Middle 25--Insect 28--Total M--Hog 30--"Anthony Adverse"-author Jl--Hubbub 34-- Manufacturing city in France- 35--Leg joints 37--Cook in dry, continued heat 39--Divisions of land 42--Melancholy 44--Spigot 47--Right Sid* (abbr.) 49--Twice-prefix Aniwer to previous puxxt* R. m m A R. E. = DEPENDABLE Watch Repairing DL4SIOND SETTING CLOCK and JEWELRY REPAIRING All Work Done by Trained Workmen. No Guesswork. We Fay Highest Cash Price for Old Gold New Location, 215 North Federal Ave. By WALLY BISHOP ! X UEARD Aeour WMAT bo BEFORE. YOU PROUD To S6E' I WHAT X CA.U- 1 . THIS is A FOR YOUR. Ol- 1 MAM Tfc SET RID OF ALL ms CWRrSTMAS CIGARS* I'U- BET WES /OOT PASSltA"EA/V AROUMD ( r^V" 4 ME FR3BA8UV IS « BOT IF HE'S WOW THAT Copyright. 1936, by Central Press Association. Inc. BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ice By William Ritt and Clarence Gray WERE IS THE ENEMY.' FORWARD- FOR TMORKIIL.' THE TWO FLEETS SWEEP TOGETHER-BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE IT'S tvMCHTY EftSV TO TALK ABOUT RWS\NC MONEX TO DO \T, ·SOMETvAVNG EL.SE. A.GA1K. V-4'KA\T THINK TNE V-UT VT'. IT'S MOT A K1EN VOe.^. BUT VT'S AA.NNAXS GOOD A.MD \T'0 6£ VAEAPS OP FOR EVERVBODY! Copyright. 1936. by Ceplr.il Press Association, Inr \NE'D MEED KAV-S-S. PKT-WS HeU-P. BUT tWPv EA.-SY- MVS-5 PAT TV ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON OH, DAD/ I'LL DRIVE NOU DOWN To THE OFFICE " I WANFTOSHCM VOU THAT NEVN BOf AT THE SERVICE STATION.' HE'S ^ \ ' ^st^y ^ vourt 6oV "THATGIVES ME'AM EXCUSE TO STOP ON MM WAN HOME ." HEN ,!' STOP-STOP.* YOU FOflGOTNV CHANGE-"' THAT WAS' A TEN DOUAfZ. BlLLlGAVS" HIM./* LOOK:: THERE HE \si HASNr HE THE [MQSF SOULFUL ro HAS A cow." Leri Go -- I'LL Ge LATE.' DONrBE SlLLV" FRIENDS MUST BE LIKE THE OIL CHANGE EM E^HZM FIVE HUNDGEO HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER By GEORGE SWANN INSPECTOR WADE--The Black Abbott C. 5. Talent OfHce. By EDGAR WALLACE I TELL YOU I FA NOT LYING .'-LORD CHELFORO DOESN'T WANT TO BE DISTURBED/- WE LL GO UP AND SEE WHW'S WRONG, IT S LOCKED FROM I N S I D E -- - V V ^ L L HAVE IQ BREAK IT DQWN/- THERE'5 NO ANSWER/-- MAYBE HI'S DEAD, TOO/-- DISAPPEARED/

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