Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 26, 1936 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 26, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 26 · 193(5 LIFE'S MELANGE By MELLANG 'Forty above! This heat's gettin' me down." THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY OH BOY. IVS SOT ITl IVE FOUND THE W VJITH TENDER SUCCOTASH ''- IN MY SPB1NS ALTHPUSH THE ECITol5 OP THE CXA15ION CAME TO THE OFFICE THIS MGRNJN \WITH Two FfsoiBN EAItS, HE WAS As GAY ASA LARK Daily Crossword Puzzle 14- 3-4- 20 2 IO 19 37 n 27 ACKOSS 1--End beam of 5--Handle of a light cutting tool 23--A character 9--One of the in "Peter Great Lakes Pan" 10--Mother of 26--Kind of tree pearl 28--Sister 11--A quartz of 29--A flap many col- 31--Painful skin ored layers tumor 13--A covered 33--Unadulter- portico ated 14--Secretary of 34--An engray the treasury er's tool --1S61 35--Particles 15--Expression from an of contempt hour-glass 17--Inquire 36--A rung of a 18--Seraglio ladder 20--The sun S7--Periods of 21--A narrow time A.YS1VEK IO PKEVIOUS ·-P N *W M! M n E C o N T m^ M M DOWN 1--Furnished with shoes 2--A long blouse 3--A weaver bird 4--A disease characterized by a skin eruption 5--Form^ of the verb "to have" 6--Acts 7--Frozen moisture 8--A feind of wood 12--Strife 15--Packages of bulkv goods 16--Flocks ] S--Manner 19--A spring month 22--Jeer 24--Nothing (slang) 25--Strong 26--Abates 27--Muck 29--A kind of fish 30--Feminine name 32--Edge 33--Tablet TTWRIGLEY'S IS ALWAYS REFRESHING MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP Copyright, J936, by Central Press Ajsocidtton, Inc. BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ic« By William Ritt and Clarence Gray; IT'S THE MASKED WAN, SIEGFRIED.' YES AND HE5 GOING TO ROLL THAT ROCK DOWN UPON US AH/IT MOVES/ IT FALLS/AND BRADFORD CANNOT ESCAPE THIS TIME/ COME ON, SIEGFRIED/HE CAN'T BLUFF HE/ RETURN WHENCE YOU CAME, BRADFORD--OR DIE 'NEATH THIS ROCK/ BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE I 5 POSE-1 ooGHt TO BE. TO FEEL SO f\6OUT UP MV PART PV-'PsY BUT NOQODV VT HURTS . TvAEX A.UL. S(\VO I vM AS I'M GLAD I SANEO IT/BOT I DVD NNAMT TO ANOYOO, LATTLJE. ORE'SSl VOU'U_ JUST HAVE TO HA.UG VfcV=IWH CLOSET AMD N vce. voo -i - NNE. *. , T JOST CAUT HELP ? I DID NA.NTTO Copyright, 1936, by Central Press Association, Inc. ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON .'HE USED YoUBHTEIt A'PHONE BOOTH RED'S BACKS IN JAlL.THANKS FLVING TACKLE -- XNEU. J'tONG/ IF WE PICIC UP AM 1 ! OF THAr MoS THE CHIEF WANTS YOU TO IDENTlFS THEM BECAUSE HE WON'T BE ABLE TO PUT HISAGM AROUND Y/ANTTOSFAM HEAOhN- KEEPOUTOf THIS-AND HUNS UP/ LUCKS THEN DIDMT PLUG VA OFTHI^ETTA Set WHAT I GOT FOK. STICK INS MS NOSE HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER 6} By GEORGE SWANN INSPECTOR WADE--The Black Abbot tf. ft. Patent Office. By EDGAR WALLACE LOOK, WADE.'-- IT GIVES Ml UNDERGROUND E f i f i S S - WE'LL BE THERE'S A LOT CHELFORD.' --OF 'EtA-- IT'LL THERE'S SOME- BE LIKE HUNTIN' ABLE TO TRAIL NV BROTHER AND LESLIE NOW /- DICK CHELFORD EXAMINES THE- MANUSCRIPT WH1LE- I N ANOTHER PART OF THE SUNKEN PASSAGES YES, I KILLED THOMAS AND GILDER/---I'LL KILL THEM ALL-- THEY'RE ALL AFTER THE CHELFORD TREASURE/AND YOU'RE GOING TO HELP WE FIND IT/

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