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February 17, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 17, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 17 · 1937 ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN -WISH V KNEW NOSED VOLJR WIFE ON TH'SCENT OF THAT -RACE MONEY » AN' SUE PUT A BITE ON ^2OO OP IT TOR (A BACK "ROCfA AN "BOARD! YOUVE HURT ME TO THE QUICK, /ViOOCH, KEEPING SECRET Tl-IOT PRINCELY SUrAl -- PIE ON VOUV--HAD YOU ENTRUSTED THAT FORTUNE TO »A6,WE WOULD WAVE BEEN GENTLEMEN OF QUALITY FOR MOONS TO COWt THERES A GANtl, OP'BSEUER BOYS' COrvMN" OVEP, HERE GUNNIt-V FOR ME n *BUD\ -NOW DON'T BE SHOOTIM"--I'LL DROP TEN OF'EM. --THEN YOU S£T "EhA UP INTH- BOWL1N-ALLEY AN ' I'LL ROLL A , STRIKE 1 THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY Sjajiij-; CAX.IJN OM H1F*1 TIMES TO REMOVE THAT SQUEAKY -SPN, AS UNSAFE, MAI?SHA!_ QTEY WAUKER RNAU-Y CONVJNCEO SAM,THE TAILOR, THIS MOI'JAJJNG' " * 1 - ^ ' lt'-*^J . 0»T»10 Daily Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 2--A sensation chance of cold - 20--Pointer! In- 6--Coddle stniment 8--A KUbsUnce for m a k i n g or one of its small holes component 22--A whit atoms 25--A quick 10--Wing shaped movement 11--Barbarous O f the hand 12--A flock or finger 13--In musical 27--Cleanses Instruments 28--A competi- a lever tive trial pressed by of speed the finger 23--Fade M--Skill so--A hewing 17--Basins con- tool nected with 31--Cleanse drains 18--By any DOWN 1--To make 6--A suffix to light by fer- form Engr- mentation 3--To linger about H -- G u m or mastic 15--Dancers' cymbals 16--To excavate ore, as rock. 21-- in slopes 25-19--The Milky Way 21--Refuse 22--Naughty 26--. 23--Principal Egyptian Answer to previous puzzle: goddess A sinew or muscle wherr strong and well-developed Brother-when referring to a monk ·A frozen dessert u..j U , a broom *--Unite 6--A metal- bearing lish multi- plicatives; as triple 1--Endeavor 9--Negative vote 10--Ill-treat NOTICE! We stilt have a few Fur Coats in stock, in various sizes that we will sell 'way below the market. You'll Save! See Them! LISTEN TO OUR 7 A. M. NEWS BROADCAST OVER KGLO TfiaAon (^Wm H. H. Htrsch R. S. Hindi MUGGS and SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP SAY, WHAT ARE ALl_ PA.CKAQS UPSTA.IR.-S ARE ' To XoU -? j TMB^'RE. MAI-l URIS'MAS PRESE 'M' KsllcK-KKJAcKs'.l ' our LOUD !' ..WHAT oM EA.KTR THE wrm S / ' A , , ( ...'CEPT AH OUS' WA-lKif -}\ ) HAb Mo OCcAStoM To I, 1 . ^--7 So UPffWJRSjljrdM -« V. BRICK BRADFORD --Adrift in an Atom KALLA KOPAK CONCLUDES MIS STORY OF THE DISCOVERY OF THE MAGICAL KOPAKIUM OR K-RAY J.-I7 By William Ritt and Clarence Gray OSERVE THIS ONE-CENT PIECE--TO US A SHALL COIN, A LINCOLN PENNY-- BUT, IN REALITY, A VAST COPPER UNIVERSE SIMILAR TO OUR OWN DISK-SHAPED UMVERSE.' 'YOU KNOW, BRICK,"KOPAK SAYS; i TH£ UNIVERSE IS MADE UP OF SUNS AMD PLANETS--OF MYRIADS OF SOLAR SYSTEMS LIKEWISE, THE ATOMS IN ANY OBJEa ARE. REALLY NOTHING MORE THAN'lNRNITELY SMALL SOLAR SYSTEHS BIG SISTER r c A M yv-va HESTRVIMG.TO UNOERSTAMD l\-i| HELP POD VJrTVl .BUDDV '. ByLESFORGRAVE ! WERE UE is DOING MIS ViEST OOIMG HVKA.'SELF" TO MEL.P DOO OUT op A CHANCE PASS HV5 EXAMS. TO PLAV GOAPD CAW COPVRICHT-. 1937. CtNTML TBEiS ASSOCIATION TEAM COMES PVRST VJITU V-UNA 1 - BUDDY / ALL. HE Vv/A-MTS FOR VOL). UOT A IS TO SEE. THOUGHT I HiS HI'S ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON LOOK AT THEM KIDS P/LJN' WE COAL.' VJHATS ALLTHCM L1QHTS THINK; THEV Aiac-- PLEASE DONF STOP 1HEYRE BATTIM OFF EfGHTV AT LETS GO AHEAD YOUR DAD WAS ;r/y lgl\ CAR. \NELL, LOOKS , AS IF COMPANVS COMING WANfTOGET HOME-- M v l FATHER'S DECORATIONS THANICS, HUBRM HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWAN Pouce. -5VA.OOT ^ PODUHK POLICE ROSTER , ILL. HILL. _ C. ILL.. S ILL . vs. c . INSPECTOR WADE SF?EP,T -5COTT--UlHPiT Hrrisltrrd U. S. I V t r n t OKAY/ WE'LL TAKE A THAT HOOF IS SMALLER/ THIS HORSE IS FIELD OF GLORY ' EXACTLY--THIS HARD LOOK AT THAT HORSE/ RUBBER SHELL FITTED OVIR THE NATURAL WRONG TRACK." HOOF/- A VERY CICVER ATTEMPT, By EDGAR WALLACE HE Is THIS MAN A. hAtMBER. OF THE GREEK RIBBON

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