The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 29, 1936 · Page 13
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January 29, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, J A N U A R Y 29 1936 LIFE'S MELANGE By MELLANG 'Caught ya nappin' again, didn't I?' THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY CONGRESS JS IH SESSION THS POLITICAL, AieGUMEN-re AT Doily Crossword Puzzle 2.5 34. ·23 12. ·3S ACROSS 27 ·37 ANSWER I'O I'UEVIOUS FUZZLE 1--Poises S--Home of Abraham fBib.) 10--Tribe of North American Indians (pi.) 12--Energy 13--Suffix used to terminate nouns 14--A river in Scotland 16--Equip 17--Since 18--At the lee side · 21--Greek letter correspond- ing to English N 22--Composer of "Bohemian Girl" 23--Stiffness 25--Near 27--Moves jerkily up and down 28--The side of a triangle 29--Pen for swine 30--Malt bever- 31--A° unit of germ plasm 32--Spawn of fish K I s ftv T IH W A U 1* U R. E N WR.K3LE.V IS REFRE.'SHIMG J 34 -- Reflects 38 -- Depart 1-- Exist 2-- Behold 39 -- A small pocketknife DOWN 15-- Snakelike fish 3--Conjunction 1.9--A small 4 -- Symbol for neon 5-- Polite 6-- Prepare for publication 7 -- Masculine name 9 -- Resort to help in trouble 11 -- Deferred 13 -- Low-born 14 -- Splashing- gently lizard 20-- A triangular sail 24-- A g-azelle of Tibet 26-- Austere 29 -- Aggrieved 32 -- A torn place S3-- A kind of vase 35-- All correct 56 -- River in south China 37 -- Goddess of the earth THE PERFECT GUM MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP WE HAVE IM BUT-YOUWG MAN 1 XVE c -~ x -5HOWM YOU EVERY COLLAR/) (V/URP/ ?) v ^^) 19:(6. by Central Press Association. Inc. r- WANT .SOME/PIM' "--^ UKJUSUAL. AM 1 JPIFF'RENT.'i C'MOKI' HOIMAW LET'S 60 1-19 OH BOf-OH ] BOY-1 aOT L IT 1 . 1 HOIMAM WILL. GOT OOST\ TH 1 THIK16." t ' HEY HOIMAM !.M C'K^'PDC' -V^v"^ NlOW YOU LOOK 1 bRAKJD.'.' BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ice By William Ritt and Clarence Gray ASARO HAS NEED OF YOUR SWEET SISTER, THORA.SIRE, OTTER HAS DESTROYED THE FLEETS OF WULF, THORKILL, BUT THE ALLIED ENEMY ARMY IS MARCHING ON ASGARD.' MY ARMY MARCHES IMMEDIATELY/ WOULD YOU LIKE TO GO ALONG ? SIRE, MAY I, SIEGFRIED, GO BUT-BUT-YOU EVERY ARM--YOU MAY IS OVER ZEALOUS OF MY HEALTH. WITH YOUR MEN OF WAR,ALSO?1 ARE STILL TOO DON YOUR ARMOR.' BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE OH, DORC5! GUESS WHAT. \ME AJ.L HfrNE. OUR OH, \Ne ALL VOTED J5 ' SET»4 V50OO? OH-ER.-ER. I EXPECT Tv4£ FIRST TvAlMG ILL HEfn. KT SCHOOL I'STvAW I'VE CHOSE.K1 TO PLAY THE COME-5 ESTE\_UE RUNiM\WGTO TELL. ME efc=p*5± n-Iffht* 19SG. bv Central Prpjs Association, Inc. ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON MOTHEIZ. MEET ETTA 7HE GIRL I'VE GEEN 7ALk;iN6 SO MUCH ABOU1= IN SLEEP I WISH YOU TWO ALL THE W THE MO WONDEt AUUTHE BoMS FALL JO HA£D FOli- HEf^. / I HOPE SHE'S Nor TOO LING MV SON- HEJ NCTONE TO TAKE" W^E UGHTLY. ,_ . ..._ ,.._.. WEVE SOT A LITTLE AMATEUe r 1 M(i JAME J Wiu _ RADIO ACf-YoU KNOVM- PIANO Q £ NQU AM A . .^ Of-s.i*^: "\~TI IFF ' , ' r .. n ANDTON6 STUFF How's CHANCES A HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER By GEORGE SWANN LKTE. 'THE CHIEF r\ FIREO IF LF\T£ INSPECTOR WADE-The Black Abbot U. S. r n t r n t Office. By EDGAR WALLACE WE FOUND Ai BLACK ABBOT'S COSTUME. I YOUR ROOM ABOUT 1TJ THAT'S NEWS TO ME SOME ONE PLANTED IT THERE-- IT'S HOT M E ' I'VE GOT SOME MORE NEWS -MISS GWYN LEFT HER ROOM LATE LAST NIGHT BY A LADDER -- LESilE DISAPPEARED/ I'M A FOOL.'-I MlGr|T HAVE KNOWN THlj WOULD HAPPEN? NOW WHAT DID HE MEAN BY FIGURE THAT OUT AND YOU'LL SOWF THE CASE, DONAVAN/

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