Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 30, 1936 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 30, 1936
Page 15
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 30 1936 LIFE'S MELANGE , B y MELLANG I see you're been playing marbles again, sir." THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY READERS ATTENTION The Globe-Gazette's serial story that has appeared on this page will be found on the market page. Doily Crossword Puzzle \o 14. 2T" ·2.2. 2.1 Y//SJ S7 ACROSS 1 -- Fractica! unit IS -- The forest in of electric power 6 -- Long pointed tooth 10-- Any open space 11-- One of the former Rus- elan czars 1J-- A title of Mohammed i! -- River In Russia U-- Noree God of war IS-- A fruit 17-- Fasten with needle and thread As You Like It" 20 -- A hobgoblin 21-- Not old 22 -- Small drum 2-4 -- Small portion 27~New Zealand parrot 28 -- Uncooked 31-- Frozen desserts 33 -- An abrading Instrument 34 -- An AJgon- kian Indian 35-- A holy plc- ture (Gr. ch.) 36 -- County to S. E. England 37-- Pieces out 16--Seaport on 26--Form of the the Gulf of verb "to ba" Genoa S3--Stack of bay IS--A little Island 29--PJant genus 19--And not furnishing 23--To give a a drug sloping: edge SO--Small skin to tumors 54--Masculine 32--Obstinate name 33--Expression of 25--Measure of Impatience land Answer to previoua puzil* DOWN 1-- Abids 7-- A class of 1-- Military fores vertebrae »-- Lacerate ' * -- Kind of cap S-- Slayer of 8 -- Main' body of a cruciform church 9 -- Eat away Goliath ( -- An append- 16 -- A monstros- age on a ash ity r4 K 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 MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP OWE. v/iuL. WA.VE UBERTV FbR Recess TMAVUKmuiHaR is COMPLETELY FINISHED! I-3Q- Copyright. 1936. by Central Press Ajsociati BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ice By William Ritt and Clarence Gray LOOK, WELL BRADFORD.' LOOK INTO IT IS STARKAD-THE SON OF STORM/ WHEN DO WE START. HARALD ? HOLD.' I WOULD FIRST SPEAK 5Y6TRYG,THE WITCH WOMAN I WILL SHOW YOU HE WHOM TWICE YOU HAVE DEFEATED-AND NOW MUST MEET AGAIN-FOR THE LAST DECISIVE TIME/ THIS WATER POOL-IT IS HI! WITH THIS HAN, HARALD; WHAT DO YOU WANT? THORKiU'S WHY, UNDER PRINCE HARALD 15 READV TO MARCH AGAINST THE ENEMY LED BY STARKAD BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE IT JUST BURr^S t^E OP TO OUCJrAT TO BUT ' !! TXL GET TWiXT FOR. NAYSEU= IP SAV LrfX-ST AvCT \ WA.O Tv-dXT PA.R.T t Copyright, 1938. by Central Press Association. Ine. ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON AH.-U6H-MI5SKETT AND I WOULD LIKE. A ~mour rott. vouit AMATEUfZ, TUNE. IN ON -rHAfGlQL AND HER. 0Cif rZIEND (N STUD/O -ftMELVE. -- I'VE (SOT A HUNCH ONE Of THEM THEN CAMf DO MOPE THROW uJ our' AND MEET THE MIKE/ DONT BE AFUAID -- ir wOMr BITE You- SINS EK3W INrO ir," THERE, THAIS ABOUT YOUI2 HElSHfH, iu LISTEN IN WHN.CEIZTAIMUV- I \MC N£ED TALENT"-- THERESTHE PIANO --DO GEC-I-I COULDNF DE MORE NEEVOUS IF I WAS" G HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6?/ 8 By GEORGE SWANN OOIN' OOVON HO^E ?O?- \ INSPECTOR WADE-The Black Abbot Btssl«rea U. S, Patent office. By EDGAR WALLACE ACTING- ON WADE'S ORDERS, DONAVAN FOLLOWS DICK. CHELFORD 1-iO HE LEFT A FEW MINUTES AGO, ALONG THE RIVER. PATH, MR.- DONAVAN--YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY-- AH, I HAD A. FEELING- I'D BE SHADOWED/ HE WON'T SEE THIS -m] ( / j fE-- I I HE ROUNDS THE CURVE AND THEN IT WILL BE TOO IATE /

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