The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 16, 1937 · Page 11
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January 16, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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^ty -o .*.«'» c I MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, .JANUARY 16 · 1937 ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN I P h li MUGGS and SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP Ife 1 ;y $ $ fe j- 8- M ti! ca y;" / Tl|l ^ B S? 1'1 \'i 3 Hey, /WUGGS! x ve. MEVVS FOR VbU WEAR ABOUT ouca. KITE. ~? FL-Y II mc'y/g, SOT A \T '.'. T: OUT!! ... PA PAS CHRISTMAS TIES A PRESENT FROrA M To US 1 .! rjID^VOU SE'-THIS, : -- -THAT WORSE ·VOU PICKED VESTERtfi,Y, TOLD SCOFFERS HE'D WIN 1 . --I GAVE YOU TUB WWOR OP fAX FOP.TV V6ARS AS A EXPEKT! ·^ --OH,- OUT TH' FAVORITE , AN BECAUSE t THOUGHT VOU JUST TULUEti A HUR.RV IT OP !! / - / COPYEICHT. l!37. CtMTRAt PRESS ASSOOATION ' By William Ritt and Clarence Gray BRICK BRADFORD --Auu (lie Lord oj Doom THIS MEANS-- THIS BY JOVE.' INCREDIBLE.' SIRS, A YOUNG ttAN WHO SAYS HE IS 8RKK BRADFORD HAS A PRISONER HE WISHES 70 DELIVER TO YOU.' BRADFORD .' HE'S AN AMAZIN' GENTLEMEN, THIS IS TEMUCHIN, WAR LORD YOUTH, Y'KNOW. 1 OF THE ENEMY / THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY VNOSV, EGBERT; A ILL V -TNAJO PUMPKPW ( P , (THE ON1-Y.CHICKENS HE INT EAT. I VJERE THOSE / LEGGE ONES TH6.Y EUN By LES FORGRAVE BIG SISTER ,vou Re EUECX ED TO GO FOR.THE \NE OlSCOSJEREO OM VOOR. TRAP OP FLOWER. QVG PUONNEPL CONAEOOT! VAE VAAS VOOtVJO BLOOMING EGBERT LOAF/Alt3WeU_, WMO CAME HOME! FOR THE FAM1L.Y «ETL)BNEO TO THE. CITY UXTE DaiSy Crossword Puzzle COPYBICHT, 1937. CENTRAL PR|5SASSOClATrO; By PAUL ROBINSON ETTA KETT S 3SH,!' I GOT A PATE WITH ' STREAMLINES I? Ill HAVE- TO Sfep ON TH' GAS -- Of PHIL WlLcoX,You WERE: FIGHTING WITH HANtC/- ONL 1 / YOU'RET MOP MAM ENOUGH TO AOMir IP.' NOVJ TELL THE TRUrH " AND YOU EXPECT ME 1 BELIE\/ETriArBUNI ASoUrYOU BUMPING WG\NEE SHl^)Ef^.' r l l LLBE^ HOMEST-' C(203S HEART-- SOME GOPGIVES By GEORGE SWAN HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6?/ 20--An eagle's nest 21--File-like tools 23---Bronze money 24--Harvest 25--Walk 27--A newt 2D--The letter S Bombay 6--Expression of disgust 8--Snalte-Uke fish 9--Dives 11--Prosperity 13--Produce Comply 16--To scold for a lively child A wcll- known writer or boys books of the nineteenth century Aurlculate A sudden flood of tide in an estuary A prophet Unharmed A cebine monkey of Brazil A snare Persevere By EDGAR WALLACE INSPECTOR WADE / H E A N D W\Dt WINPqw- SURE--WITH A PWRO' THEM ON MY FSBT AN' A PAIR ON fAY WAS LIKE WALWH'DOWN TELEPHONE POLE/ GOODIE/ WHM ? WHERE'S OONAVAM ? NO SIGN OF 'EM/ JUST A LOT OF FUNNV- LOOKING MARKS ON THE NOTHING HER! "GO AN' TAKE A LOOK/ VOUR. SPIKES SAVED DONAVAN'S / ACROSS 1-- Small dolls of fantastic .shape 20 -- fv -- Set 7-- Contend for 0 -- A cone- bearing tree 10 -- Afregh 12 -- Wary 14 -- To spoil, ' as eggs 15-- A faint trace of color 17 -- To cut off the sides of a coin 18-- The head ot a cereal plant 32 ID--A pet name .13 DOWN 1 -- Cattle (poetic) 2 -- Endeavor 3 -- A long. enclosed 5 Watch Our Windows for Special Values During Our 29th Anniversary Sale SAVINGS OF Vs TO Vz Mason City Fur Shoppe H. H. HIRSCH R. S. HIRSCH '··'':'.

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