The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 3, 1936 · Page 15
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March 3, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 3 M 1936 LIFE'S MELANGE By MELLANG . . I WONDER IF IT'S ,. ;15AFE TO GO OVER TO V THE STORE NOW Picture primip(«d by last: Sunday's I»»(.-chiuifflnjt wcwther. THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY l[f TWftT, FELUERS SOT ANY IRON IU HIS SYSTEM HE'LL SET A SHOCK IBIT/ON SKI JUMPER EFT HANt!NS Foe TWENTY MINUTES' BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON SPOI5TS COUJ-D I=IORS OUT JUST WHAT Doily Crossword Puzzle 27 31 28 13 23 ·2.9 32 ·32 ACROSS I--A snake with 19--Entire a hood 21--Preserve 4--Scotland 23--Unwell S--Rhode Island 27--Furze (abbr.) 23--Groups of S--Co-ordinatins four units conjunction. 10--Holds in check 13--Boisterous 15--The hunt 13--Annul !5--Masculine K--Fifth note of name- (poss.) 16--Release 17--Modern 18--River in 31--Abscond 32--Enslaves 53--Compass point 34--Compass point 35--Tiny (colloq.) the scale 20--Promoter 21--A withered old woman 22--Tremulous 24--Release 26--Chemical analysis 2S--Symbol for oil So--Back--preSi Answer to -previous puzzle north FranLy 36--Disorderly DOWN 1--Character in 1--An English Homer's "Odyssey" 2--Masculine name ---Cleanse B--Daft (colloq.) --Young herrings poet--"The Highwayman" 11--What? 12--A summer resort in south Tennessee R. O F E. ! p l c N iyi E.R. V wa. e. E T H DEPENDABLE Watch Repairing DIAMOND SETTING CLOCK and JEWELRY REPAIRING AH Work Done by Trained Workmen. No Guesswork. We Pay Highest Cash Price for Old Gold 215 North Federal Ave. MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP Copynjtht, 1336. by Central Press Association. Inc. 3-3 / SHE "SAYS THEY WoMT ME(4 AMYWRE.81 THE ~r\M£. X -SoBV- UP IL-OH! - Boo-Hoo - Hoooo'. BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond- the Ice By William Ritt and Clarence Gray YOU'LL NEVER LAY HANDS ON BRADFORD.' FOR I WILL BE THE ONE TO WIN VENGEANCE.' BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE BOYS, LIMH OP BPOC THE^E. VOU AL.U MUST BE OE.UGVATED NNVTt-\ \Nti_\_ MYOORVS,.TmNCS| M , : , C) ^ A OCW HPNE.R.OVJSO ' W ^ OM ' OCH Copyright, 1936. by Central Press Association, Inc. ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON KENS TOWING ME TO W WITH THAT 6AN6STErZ. HUH? VMHAT DOES HE LOOK: LIKE? THE POLICE TI2APPEP THAT6AN3SrEn, AT OUR. SHOW, BUT HE YELLED PIPE, AND ESCAPED IN THE SCENE , If WAS ON VOU NEED A B(JtlSU\ ETTA--'toU LOOK LIKE SOMETHIN6 THATC30TCAUC3HT THE DANCE ,ArrEE.r CHANGE -- I'LL BE AS SAFE AS MONIES IN THE BANK. WHAT HAPPEMED? HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWANN LIFE- /Por*^-fiJ5ri out VOcJ LOOK /JK£ M6$- ft LITTLE- INSPECTOR WADE--The Black Abbot 0» 8. Patent Offloe. By EDGAR WALLACE TO CATCH A DESPERATE CRIMINAL YOU'VE GOT TO TAKE' you PUT THAT CANDLE OUT JU5J IN TllvNE WADE --I GOT A BULLET HQLj THRU SLEEVE/ WE'LL HAVE TO HWRRy--- DO YOU KNOW THE WAY, CHELFORD? SURE v -- FOLLCW ME/ IT'S ONE O' THEM BALANCING ROCKS, WADE -- - ON, DONAVAN/ -- pyj VOUR ^ACK TO LT

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