The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 13, 1936 · Page 11
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March 13, 1936

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 13 ·§ 1936 I V, LIFE'S MELANGE (TMcSS7) By MELLANG ""W^T* ^^i^vrgry^tttQ ~''~ -"d?'·" W^~'t. »^ ,,, '^"^i^Si^ v** *»i». '^ssssarr-^ '^^r^ar- 3 · H=3^S.n ~v^;.g-gCNaa 'Let's get this over with fellows, can't wait all day for that gasoline!" MUGGS McGINNIS YEAH; WHAT KIWD OF A DEATH WOULD YOU CHOOSE? WHAT DO Y A \ /WELL OUST SPoSE VIEAN^MF I LL Y ER , A SpY ^ ="= WAS CONDEMNED) YOU'RE CONDEMNED TO DIE ' HOW WOULD YOU DRUTHER. 0- IF HAD YE S ? MY DRUTHERS? »«ii . / / INI v, \\w i ifi// / Ci|ytijrlit, 19;:6, by Central Press Association, Inc. l[ | By WALLY BISHOP , , , - . . . i , TAKE YER TIME! YER WELL, LETb- 1 A CONDEMNED MAM. ME f SBE? ^OU CAN G,O AMY THINK * I I WAY YOL WHAT BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ice By William Ritt and Clarence Gray THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY /DAD, ILJ.QVE You THE FOUR- VJOEO. O-T-E-Y: PEABODY COMPLAIN To MARSHA!-O ABOUT-me SLOPPT DOWN TONVAJ Doily Crossword Puzzle 10 21 34- "31 SO,THORK1LL AND BRADFORD/ WE MEET FOR THE FINAL TIME -- OUR SWORDS AT YOUR THROATS--YOUR HALL AFIRE SO YOU WILL KNOW BRINGS MX) TO DOOM-- I REMOVE MY MASK.' ropynclU. 1536. by Central Frm Asjoeiation, Inc. 3-13 BIG SISTER voo LOOK UKE A REA\_ PROCESS! OH, YOU'LL KNOCK. 'EM OUT OP" By LES FORGRAVE CBT CURT7MM GOES. UP IN A Ml MUTE. AMD -rue HOUSE. is PACKED! BUDDY! SHE LOVELYl JUST HEAR WOM fUev'PK. CLAPPING FOR. HER'. DON'T TELL ME. V \RTUE WAS wo GREAT! AMD, BOYllSSHE HAPPY I 1 . AH, MISS PATTY. MRS,, DAY ASKED ME TO CW/E.NOUR LVTTLE STAR A, SPECIA.L WRITE-UP IN KAY PAPER. BUT SWE FAILED TO . DAY ASKED -OH' OVA,YES 1 . YES, I SEE'. r'LL INTRODUCE YOO \Nk-feM SHE OPF. OW!HOvgR\CH! AMD MRS. DAV THOUGHT OOR.VS VjOULOBETHE LITTLE ·STAR. 1 . OH! OH, ANO^YDEAB.MRS DA.Y vvfts RIGHT! YOU DESE.RSJE t^ FINE VJRVTE-VJP ^MD YCXJ SHAUL HAVE VT-' ETTA KETT ii^fj. by Central Press Association, luc. I i 'i ACROSS 1--Diminutive in a child's S--A sun-dried game brick struc- 2i--To dip, as ture .ducks 10--Small lem- 23--A. river in on-like fruit England 11--Unruffled " ~ 12--Upon 13--Raises 14--A fop 15--A Tibetan gazelle 17--Succeeds 18--Feminine pronoun 19--Fourth note of the scale 20--A pismire ANSHT2R TO TBEVIODS PDZZLB 21--A speck 22--Personal pronoun 23--The leader 26--Court 27--A silver coin of ancient , Greece 2S--Swedish coin 30--Preposition 32--Acquires skill 33--Two-toed sloth of Brazil 35--Fall 36--News paragraphs ^ L. i mb. -rm *-m m* a M H* M WE. w* m Q [ WHEN LAST SEEN THE KIDNAP CAB. WAS" HEADED OI2 THE LAKE - THECE ARE FLOCKr OF SUMMER. HOMETS . IN THAT SECTIOM.' ITJ AN IDEAL HIDEOUr," By PAUL ROBINSON ITS A BlG OKDEli. BUI WE'VE GOT To SEAI2CH T EVEI2S HOUSE N'GARAGE [ IN THAT r^A , ^_Jr=n NECK; OF , THE C WOODS EACH CAR- TAI^ A MAR / N' FOLLOW I THE I20AO I'VE MARKED. IFS PLENTN COLD AROUND ] THOSE LAKES VET -- IF THE KID- NAPEP BUILDSA ripe -WEILSPOT TH? SMOKE AND RADIO r- 1 THE POLICE ." i ' WHAT GOOD AEE WE UP HEI2E? HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWANN DOWN WRI ©LEY'S THE PERFECT GUM 1--Tricky 2--A note of the scale 3--Total sum 1--Makes a loan S--Dismount 6--The famous quintuplets' doctor 7--Eight--combining form 8--Twice 9--Masculine name 11--Place (abbr.) 14--A dent 16--A deity of the woods 17--Delay 18--Weep convulsively is--A simpleton 21--The five famous babies of Callandcr, Out. 22--The heaviest Dioone quintuplet 24--Doorways 25--Concerning- 26--A cloak 28--New Zealand parrot 20--To wit 31--An omnibus 32--Lord lieutenant (abbr.) 34--Form of the verb "to be" INSPECTOR WADE-The Black Abbot KrcUtercd D. B. Patent DONAVAN, IN SPITE OF L EVERYTHING, I THINK AN ATTEMPT WILL BE MADE TO . STEAL THE CROWN JEWELS VERY WHAT CAN WE DO?-- THE COLONEL- YES, I KNOW HE DOESN'T WANT US TO INTERFERE ~ BUT WE'RE GOING TO DO SOMETHING \M SPITE OF HIM/ -AND THE THING THAT'S GOING TO DO IT IS RI6HT l» THIS SOX / By EDGAR WALLACE THIS IS A SILENT CAMERA- IT IS SENSITIVE TO ALMOST LNVISiSLE LIGHT fYJ-BY MEANS OF A PH2JO-EJ£C[£IC C£LL ANYTHING- COMING IN FRONT OF IT WILL TAKE ITS 0WW PICTURE/ WE'RE GOING T£ CONCEAL THIS CAMERA M THE JEWEL-ROOM/ LfMIW 4MD=^SOM

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