The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 21, 1936 · Page 13
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March 21, 1936

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. MARCH 21 · 183B LIFE'S MELANGE MASON airs OIVN COMIC ) By MELLANG MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP, UP YESTERDAY fllS '/A WORRIED -SICK;! "Well, Anyway, He's So Tired He Can't Hold Up His Own Hand." THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY THE DIE HARP SOCIAL CL.UB SPEN1 SEVERAL. HOURS TbDAY ON "WE CORNER It* BRICK BRADFORD -On the Isles Beyond the Ice By William Ritt and Clarence Gray, Daily Crossword Puzzle 32. 34- 24- 25 Y, 20 3O ie 2. 27 OH, BRICK, ARE j I'M ALL RIGHT BUT I MUST TRAIL OJMUr TOU HURT » THIS TIME ItL3EE HE OOESNTGO FREE/ -rAM A DESPERATE MAN MUST HAVE A PAIR OF SKIS/ IN A FARM HOUSE NOT FAR AWAY By LES FORGRAVE BIG SISTER SO T TvAOOGHT TOO. AMD RVGHT \S-NNHERE. VOU T CfK.MWEU? A. BVT OU TWE. . CO VOU CWJ5E BET»A 5Tft.RTE.OTUt ^IHOV.'E. GIWNG A i DO T HOVJUtsi tSO CCE5-S DO 9 VOU TELA- VOU TvAVMVC. V4^RO T FINiO JO5T -riffht, 1936, bv Central Press Association, Inc By PAUL ROBINSON ETTA KETT I THREW OP£ N WE" CAR DOOR OUST AS IT VCNf 7HIZOUGH TOE ICE"- I THOUGHT O NEVER. COMEON.SHLir ENGIME* GOODNESS SUES AH/AIE- AND DOES -JV1AT SMELL600D." , GOSH .* i THouGHr ID COME UP." WHAT C5OE5 UP MUSfCoME DOWM- AND WHAT (SOES Musr COME UP.. GOOD RIDDANCE ID THOSE HOLD HAbJDS"- our NOU COME, - Z I BEC U S PAT OPF. COPVSICHT. tqjfi. CENTRAL PRESS ACROSS 1--Spite Holland S--Baffle noted for S--June hug its cheese 9--Part of verb 30--Containing "to be" lead 10--Revenue 32--Soft part of fruit 33--Make indirect reference to 13 -- A system of ascetic philosophy 15 -- A kingdom 16-- Prophetic sign IT -- Decline lg -- Wide, lower part of a tidal river 34-- Celebrated (abbr.) 35 -- Masculine pronoun 36-- A size of paper outlet 6--An agreeable odor 7--Light and fine, as a line 11--The beak of a bird 12--Covered part of a locomotive 14--Somewhat. 19--French coin 31--Trees 20--A lattice (kind) 22--A corded- 33--Expression surface of surprise fabric 23--Draw out 24--Capital of Oregon 25--Hint at 26--Greek letter corresponding to T 27--Augment 28--"Science and a Future Life" author HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWANK 21--Likewise not 37--All the prop- 22 -- Remainder 26-- A Scotch cap 29-- Town in erty of a person chat-gable with debts DOWN 1--A watered 3--Praise silk 4--Rather than 2--An image 5--A sluggish Amwer to previom punle 1 F w N\ W E w* m TIP l p E.||V/||B IE W M M N\ mL H ?M NUMSKUU- DEAR NOAH=IF YOU WANT A GORGEOUS QUE.E.N ATA BRIDGE PART^ DO VOU HAVE TO HAVE THE JACK? J.R. MCDOWELL BDWUING GREE.N, OHIO. NOAH= WILL THE IS BLUSH TO SEE THE DRESSING BE. SPfclN IDEAR. NOAH= is IT ONE. 'BLOCK BETVJE.E.N TW'O INSPECTOR WADE--The Traitor's Gate D. B. PRlent OtHre. By EDGAR WALLACE GET AWAY PROiyV. HERE BEFORE !I5 TOe LATE / -- I'U TAKE CARE OF THIS OFFICER/--" JOLLY SAILORS/-- gLOOO/-- - COLONii. WHY IS WADE SO INTERESTED IN THIS fAf\N?

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