The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 14, 1936 · Page 13
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March 14, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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t» -I MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH H 193B LIFE'S MELANGE By MELLANG Sonny, is my shoe string untied?" THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY f IF YOU KINP 3 EM ,. HEN IT LL. LAST YOU V THE RE.1T OF DAYS:; HENRY,TRAPROCK JUST VJON A WEEKS SUPPLY OF TooTH PASTE IN A SDEESIN CONTEST Daily Crossword Puzzle 3fe 32. 10 Zl 33 37 15 ACEOSS 1--Incline 4--Ornamental 9--Egyptian god 10--Worship 11--Foot-like organ 12--An African mammal 13--Distance 15--Finless fish 16--An Indian of a Pueblo tribe 17--Beer 19--Leavening agent 21--City in s. l_Wet and mushy 2--Exact 3--Knack 4--Easily Portugal 25 -- Brood of pheasants 26-- Wicked 27 -- Feminine 30 pronoun -A good fellow 31--Kind of lily 33--Border 34--Foreigner 35--Form of the verb "to be" 36--To harass 37--Put away * for future use mastered 5--Feminine name 6--A term (alg.) 7--An Indian of an Algonquian tribe S--Scream 11--Father 14--Author-"Pit and the Pendulum" 18--Highest measured mountain in the world 20--A despot 22--An egg 23--Edge " 1--Pertaining to the Alps 27--A crust on a wound 28--Robust 29--Site of the Greek games 30--Demonstrative adjective 32--A signer of the Declaration of Independence Antwer to previous punle M K! N DEAR NOAH=1F A PRISONER STEPPED ON A WARDEN'S FOOT, WOULD HE V-'ARDON HIM? DUKE' ELLIOTT--EOSHEN, IK DEAR NOAH= HOW MANY GOATS MUST I HAVE. TO RAISE A GOATEE? MIJ. RflLLOK TOUEDO, OHIO. DEAR NOAH=IF MA TOOK HER DEFEAT PHILOSOPHICALLY; HOW DO You SUPPOSE PAWTUCKET? RAVE COUUNS r MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP THE POOK 'DAK1-IKK3 AeCIDEMTALLY A LOOK AT HIMSELF IM FULL MIRI50I5. THIS " COME ON AW! DOM'T BE LIKE THAT. MATTEL? WHO'S HOIMAN AMD HE WQM'T Copyricht. 1M6. by Central Press Association. Inc. 3~ j r BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ice By William Ritt and Clarence Gray; YOUR HALL GUARDS ARE I WAIT/ WHAT ABOUT OVERCOME-AND NOW WE fjj THOSE GIRLS?SURE- PUT YOU ALL TO THE SWORD.' f\ IY, YOU SPARE THEM/ WAIT.' BRADFORD, AND I ASK NO MERCY THESE DOGS/ --IF IT'S FIGHT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR, GAMLA, I'LL START IT/ ENOUGH OF THIS.' CUT THEM DOWN EVERYONE/ TZiAKSM Q.E- C» EAV ** BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE YESTERDAYS P£,PE.R.SA\O NOTWVNG ABOUT TvAE PLftV BBHG BOT THEY COULDM'T HANE IT WITHOUT ME! WHAT, DOES TCQAVS PAPER. SAX? VJELLSEG. VK5 e^-- OH. TO . - CUC-GUW-OH. MOWER! WHAT IT?' VJROMG? TUEV GAVE TvlEPLfW WITHOUT v YOU 1 . BETH PLYED YOUR PART, , VyR\TE-UP SHE GOT? OH,Tv4E VORETCHES! Copyright, J9;I6, by Central Press Association. Inc. COULD T»4£Y 00 SOCW P* ! ANO APTER T VA TvAEMTO WDSTPOtAE T»4H PLAY TILL YOU v OH .IL.V OIE'.I'LL DIE'. I KNOW TNN\LL» ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON TCIi/TOC," KlNDA LOOKS A PI2I5ONEI2 GAL." NOTHIN'TODO i Bur PULL UP ACHAI/2. AND 5 SELF AT HOME A PLANE-- irs CIRCLING-- "' NO SIGNS' Or ETTA AND THAT C5AN6 .'' WE'LL TAKEON MOEETUIZN AROUND THEN HEAD BACK: TO jam sura! DONT MISS HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWANN "THEffE. He 60E5 1MTC t -- HFM-T// INSPECTOR WADE--The Black Abbot 0. B. 1'altnt Offire. By EDGAR WALLACE WHILE DON (WAN KEEPS THE GUARD BUSY, WADE PLANTS THE CAMERA DID YOU SET UP THE CAMERA WADE ? IT'S FOCUSED RIGHT ON THE JEWELS, DONAVAN/ WHILE TIGER TRAYNE, THE NOTORIOUS CRIMINAL, HOLDS A COUNCIL OF WAR IN L1MEHOU5E ONCE WE'RE INSIDE THE ·TOWER, WE'VE QT TO WORK PAST WE CAN'T MAKE ANY MISTAKES/ DON'T WORRY GEJ THEM STCWES/ WE'RE JDS' WAITIN' FOR A FOG«y* HIOHT/

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