Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 25, 1936 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 25, 1936
Page 13
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 25 1936 LIFE'S MELANGE By MELLANG They're locked on my cigar again, doc!" THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY IFYOU HAPNT TKICB\ TO SHOW OP F WITH THOSE FANCYTCIUJS THIS WOULMT O" HAPPENED' THE HARMONICA SOCIAL cuus WAS HALTED VJHEN ONE OF THE TENONS LOST HIS MOUTH ORSAN IN HIS Daily Crossword Puzzle 19 27 37 33 12. n \s 23 24. 32. 26 ACROSS t--Applaud by !S--A character shouting in "Uncle 6--A game of Tom's Cabin" cards for two 23--Disfigure people 30--Police office 11--Either of the below .1 two Icelandic captain epics 12--A string of prayer beads 13--Abound 14--Avenue (abbr.) 15--A prominent 32--Plural of I 33--A hypothetical force 35--Masculine name 38--Form of tile verb "to be"* IT. S. senator 40--Debark IT--Suffix to form 42--A tropical a verb fruit 13--Whether 44--An S-curved 21--A native ol molding Spain 45--Avaricious S«--Fifth sign of 4--Pledge per. the zodiac sonal property for a loan DOWN I--Sells in small 6--A compact fiuantities between na- 5--Lyric poem tions «--A German '--Like river S~Walkei) fast 4--A kiml nf cap '--Endeavor f_A historical 10--QrfM of period of Urns sight , 16--Exceeding the speed limit IS--Symbol for nickel 20--Payment for professional services 22--At all (Scot.) I!--Form of the verb "to be" =4--Crude 25--A hind of china 27--Co-ordinat- ing conjunction 31--Depart 34--A Scandinavian story 35--Jewish month (poss.) W--Oneself ST--A bird of the cuckoo family 39--Speak 40--Cut oft 41--Recent 43--Article Aniwer to previous puzzle P ft K *-m N *m ^m^ m* *IA II I* WL IR. H B T E R. DIAMOND SPECIAL A beautiful third carat perfect diamond set in a PLATINUM MOUNTING with 6 side stones. A ring that you can be proud of PAYMENTS IF DESIRED LIVERGOOD BROS. 215 Norlh Federal Avr. MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP BRICK BRADFORD -On the Isles Beyond the Ice By William Ritt and Clarence Gray WE'LL NEVER CATCH LET'S NOT GIVE UP UNTIL THEM. BRICK.' r--j OUR HORSES DO.' Y3S-3T * Z~2 S MY HORSE 15 DONE --INTO YON CAVE, SKULL- THERE WE MAKE OUR STAND.' HIS ROCK. CRASHING DOWN HILL, WILL QUICKLY HALT OUR PURSUERS j BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE UP l COULD YOU' ON) V3 GETTING SHORT! WE MUST H^E THH PLf-cy L . ' ^V~^~ ^iWiTi\wi **iiLffn' uCopyrifiht, 19.16, by Central Press Association. Inc. ///{[} BUT VJE'LL NENER. CO IT SMYTH MUS.. BUT OH,V-\OVNI HKTETQ YOU DO \T.' BETV4 ,VQO ARE. A CENER.OOS, OP COU^'SE X PART.\NHQ\MOOLDSi'T? WOW I'NA MOT 1 . BUT-'BOT VJA.V HUT rrs VF \T HEUPS -Twe PUA.V ALOMC NMHACT QUIET MRS.OWV-'YOd BE. RIGHT- ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON ITS A JAIL BREAK',," QUICK:/' our THE HE^' FLOPPED RED ONE OF THOSE DULLER ALMOST (SAVE MS A SCALP TREATMENT , TO MAKE A GET-AS- MIMUTE . VJHAT'S NICE WORK, HAL, OLD ONION, HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER By GEORGE SWANN fouce FIEL.O INSPECTOR WADE--The Black Abbot U. 6. Tntcnt Office. By EDGAR WALLACE WE'VE GOT TO GO AFTER YOUR BROTHER AND NVISS WYN NpW. CHELFORD/-DO YOU KNOW WHERE HE TOOK HER? DOES THE MANUSCRIPT HE MUST BE SOMEWHERE IN THESE UNDERGROUND PASSAGES, gUT U£S. THE. ONLY ONE THrVT KNOWS, THE to.--- WADE PULLED IT FROM THE FIRE BEFORE U BURNT/----HE'S GOT {T WITH HIM,' DESCRIBE THOSE PASSAGES, CHELFORD? I WISH I DID. WADE--

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