The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 25, 1936 · Page 15
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March 25, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 25 ·§ 1936 LIFE'S MELANGE ( T/.Z'o" ) By MELLANG MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP THATS *RIGHT; aer MAD! ROAR! I NOW VER MAD, HOiMAN 1 TH 1 STUFF ! YA' GOTTA 6ETTOU6H KWOW wow T HANDLE CATS-YOU'RE T O O S ^ T O - E , MAD1 6ROWL. AT 'EM'. MAK6 "EM THINK YER. I'M ASHAMED OF YOU !! UETTIM' THAT LI'L. "PERCY CW"OF FIF=l' SCARE YA'! WHERE'S YER NOIVE?WHY HE WOULDN'T EVEN BE A 60OD MOUTHFUL . - 25 COPYRIGHT. 1936. CtNTRAL MS5 «SOCI*TION By William Ritt and Clarence Gray BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ice MY ONE CHANCE IS TO HIT THEM--AMU HIT THEM HARD.' THEY'VE COT ME--UNLESS HERE GOES.' BUT WAT APE THOSE CREATURES RACIN6 UPHILL TOWARD ME?THEY CAN'T BE--THEY ARE .'WOLVES/ THERE'S GAMLA NOW--AND HE DOESNT SEE ME Gee! Mary's starhV to give me a little attention." By STANLEY THE OLD HOME TOWN By LES FORGRAVE BIG SISTER OH .BODDV: NNVAKV A DUCVC TM/XT OUGKTM'T VES.AMOOOf : I \N\SV-V *T VT'S GC5T TO 'YOU WOULD WE.LP / BE. A SU WJ_ Hoosevoos^v -(WE RIGHT PLACE. TwAAT YOOULO BE FOR. TO BE HARD TO SOMEONE lUSlOEl TMAN NE COULD . T Tt-UNK ON^l TvAE VERV PLACE! CAN GET GOOD, CLEANJ L.ET'6 ASK VOU/XT N \T * PAY.BG IT WOULD MARSHAL. OTCY WAUKEIf, I-OCAU HEAf OP THE BETTBE HOUSING COMMITTEE/TOOK or= AFPAifets ON TWC RIVEW BeJTTOM CojTMvisht~19;i6, by Ccnlral Prtst As»K-uiliim. Doily Crossword Puzzle By PAUL ROBINSON ETTA KETT SHE JAMf SHE DROPPED IN AT" MIS HOUSE -AND ITS SO LATE AfRAID TO COME ·THANKS' A MILLION.. FORTAlOM'ME TO THE MOVIE -- 5TI5EAM SHE MADE A DATE WITH BENW TODD -- ITS THAT LEAP NEAR FAD AEE TAKING THE DANCE J MlDNlGHf- SHE OU6Hf1b BE HOME BV ,' Hi WANTS TOTAUJTO By GEORGE SWANN HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER 6% 0\CK ! LO OF TvAE. END OF ACROSS 1--Behind habits ' 6--The larva of 16--Resisting an insect 22--Flog 10--Entice 23--A hill in 11--A Httlo Jerusalem stream 25--Climb 12--Verbal 26--But 18--A volcano 27--Afresh in Sicily 28--A measure 14--To lodge of paper temporarily 29--An act 15--Estrange 30--Lament from old DOWN 1--An obstriic- tion WRICLEY'S IS ALWAYS REFRESHING! 2--A light breeze 3--Stuff 4--A seaweed 3--Undue regard for one's own interest 6--Flourished 7--Custom 18--Boiled slowly 19--Portuguese islands in north Atlantic 20--A number 21--A weight of 180 grams for gold and silver (Anglo-Ind.) 22--Stigmatize 24--A beautiful maiden WRIGLEY'S woods INSPECTOR WADE--The Traitor's Gate Registered 0. 0. Patent Office* By EDGAR WALLACE SWIFTLY THE GANG LOWERS HALLOWELL'S BODY INTO THE SEWER FILLED WITH DEADLY GAS, WITH THE ON, W0BOV WILL EVER FIND HIM.' JAVJ TRACE/ HERE'S THE PLACE/ ---JT'S A REGULAR --- AND WAIT UNTIL YOU SEE V/HAT I'VE GOT INSIDE/ I'M COLONEL RUISLIP--IWANT TO SEE THE COMMISSIONER.-- LIEUTENANT HALLOWELL IS MISSING, AND. I THINK HE!S MIXED UP IH THEFT Of THE JEWELS/ FATHER, I KNOW YOU'RE WRONG/-- OH WHAT CAN HAVE TO H1?A? '1j i 5 "si 4 '1 -1 I: I '31 t3

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