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February 13, 1937

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUAEY 13 · 1937 ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN --Ahl'THEN YMtN YOU COM6S OUT OP "SKELETON CANYON" VOU-'-'BUWP'^ VOU TURN LEFT TO MY SECRET GOLDFIELD I~~7W'FIRST THING STRIKES NtU FUN MY, IS THAT TH~ BIRDS WALK INSTEAD OP T-LYIN.V-THAT'S BECAUSE THEIR GIZZARDS IS SO HEAVY WITH ·GOLO NUfcCbETSl-^-WHY^EOGE. WHEN TO CiO INTO TOWN TH' BARBERS USED TO FIGHT TO CUT fAY HA\U,-~ YSS.SIR; THERE WAS A WOHTHfe WAGES N . GOU3-TXJST. JN A/W Wld I ' OF A TRUTH?-- IfM YVORO\ WHEN THE SNOW CLEARS, · I'LL. 6O OUT AND HELP VOU KTMER THE- GOLD! -- t D6TEST SHOVELS ,TM BUT t WOULDN'T rAiND STROLUNS ABOUT VJ1TH \ A VACUU^A-CLEA^4ER \\ TO COLLECT TV16 PRECIOUS DUST* TEP.P.V HAD -GOLD DANDRUFF THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY SO'. ITS YOU " - ABNE.R N^ASLl I SUPPOSE THIS IS THE REVENSS YOU TALICSI? ABOUT THE TIME 1 BOXEC -COUK. EARS JN SCHOOL. FOB D1PP/N THE GIRL.S PI6-TA1L.S ANP HAII2 RIBBONS IH THE WK VMELL.S - NO VJONRET2 YOU HAVE r RHEX/MATTJSM CRAVJL)/J AROUND N1SHTS ON THE THE FLASHLIGHT AUNT SAEAH PEABoDf BECEIVEO,CHRIST/v|AS HELPED HER; CATCH -mm CULPRIT WHO HAS PUANTE A VICIOUS VALEMTME ON HER OODI5- STEP ANNUAl-L-f FOie VEARS MUGGS and SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP Daily Crossword Puzzle to 3B /6 4-2 30 31 ACROSS I--Having a 28--A wooden bright color pin 6--Deficient in hearing 10--Part of the ear II--At one time 29--Provided that 30--The leader 1n a child's game 12--Dwell 32--To crumble 14--A Grecian 35--A soft, island 50 fleshy fruit miles long in enclosing a the Metliter- hard-shelled ranean sea stone 15--First note of 38--A French the scale' ' river 16--An affirma- 40--Situates tive vote near the ear 17--A young boy 41--Moved by a 20--2.000 pounds current of 23--Egress air 24--To harden 42--That which 25--Lair undergoes a change 0--Estate 13--An age 14--A public vehicle 18--A. chopping tool 19--Clamor 20--A faucet 21--A Turkish weight 22--Overlook 26--A watch ribbon 27--Free 2B--A small merganser 31--Jog 32--The great black- backed gull 33--Rill 34--Custom 36--The eye in Egyptian symbolism 37--A metal or ornamental fastener 39--Form of the verb "to be" Answer to previous puzzle: DOWN 1--Thrashed 2--A lump 3--A wide gash worn by the Japanese women 4--Clean up 5--The soda 6-- ·7-- 8-- A sharp, flat-bottomed rowboat -A point of the compass -Play a part HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! Our 29fh Annual Mid-Winter SALE OF FINE FURS ENDS MONDAY, FEB. 15, 1937 SAVE ' 3 to »2 NOW! BUY NOW FOR NEXT WINTER! OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT PHONE S41 COPYRIGHT. 19J1. CENTRAL Pft£S5 ASSOCIATION OA... THAT WAS, PocK THE GoAT SOT BRICK BRADFORD ·--Adrift in an Alnm By William Ritt and Clarence Gray HELLO, ] DR. KOPAK.' WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN BRADFORD/ I TRYING TO DO --KILL YOURSELF' OH, NO --NOT YET/ I MUST FIND OUT SOMETHING FIRST--THAT'S WHY I CAME HERE. I'M GOING TO TAKE A TRIP, BRICK AND I'VE PICKED YOU FOR. W COMPANION.' AN EXPERIMENT OF MINE HAS PROVED SUCCESSFUL AND NOW I'M AIL SET TO EXPLORE A NEW WORLD, BRICK -- A WORLD THAT NO HUMAN HAS EVER SEEN BEFORE NOR HAS EVEN GUESSED ITS EXISTENCE.' a-i3 BRICK -- PLEASE BELIEVE ME, BOY--! AM NOT DELIRIOUS -- I AM GOING TO ASK YOU TO HELP ME EXPLORE AN ATOM/ ^v v X* · v \ \-VX/;==^ ^\ V^yv v g^\Zc,^ .*,*· BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE BUDDY, QUO BOV, YOU'RE ARE.WT OU'6 LAKE TO ^£E WE STICK OKiTvAE. -TEA.M VJHOA.'. ^ -rH/x - \WHAX SORT M OOV JUST BUDDY, VOO'RE. A B'G NAAtAOMtyJE. A REAL !=WEMO. VOO KMOVJ NVA/^r TV4E. HOLD OV WOLD OtA! ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON BUrPHIL/'THE POLICE WON'T LET" VOU USE -, TEAR GAS-* SK UNK57 ) VOU MEflN SWAMP -v ^.. "'./ \ ^_ DONKEYS/, ii ^ TAT otr. corYBiciir. mi. CINIRAL r-Rts', s-ll HOUSE AND FURNITURE FOR SALE CHEAP TAKfe A TIP AND our OF DAD'S f2EACH -" HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 67/ 8 By GEORGE SWAN INSPECTOR WADE Heiii(ercil V. S, Palenl O f f i f * By EDGAR WALLACE THE RECORDS PP-OVE HE tS SVEND1NA--- BESIDES, HE'S BEEN SHOT { AT SEVERAL TllAES.' WOULD THEY DO V THAT IF HE. WERE SOWS OTHER.* ^--- HORSE ? SURE THW HORSE ISH'T VEND1NA, MISS I WISH I COULD BELIEVE VOU, INSPECTOR. HE (HOULD RUN MUCH FASTER THAN HE DOES -- THAT WA5 DONE TO fOOt I'VE GOT THE RECORD OF FIELD OF GLORY TH»$ HORSE FITS HIM tO YOU-- THEY NEVER. TO HIT YOUR. HORSE AT ALL.'

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