Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 18, 1937 · Page 19
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1937
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·x I i \ I ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 18 ·§ 1937 JEDQE.SAY HOWDY TO *VrtUGGV'l HE WAS AM OL' DEPmrv Of- MINE our IN ' HANG-KNOT"!-- \ BRUNC. W I W OVER FROM TH" HOTEUAfV I THOUGHT AFTER SUPPER HERE W6.D KICK. OFP TH ^OOTS IN FRONT OF TW FIR6 O.N" TALK OVER SOME GUN-FIGHTS I -~ '·"EY.f-DOES THIS WOLF- NOSE OF VMNE SNIF POWDER SWOKE HAS RUINED YOUR SNOOT. "TERRY !-THAT HA1NT A ROAST, --IT'S HAS*. BOH-IN'l COUUD SM6LL "THAT THRU ft, WIDE-SUED I WELCOME TO WJFFLE WANSt "MUGGY"! ER-UM-M--AV*« SAY. AH-- BY JUPITER. LETS STTROUL OVER TO MY CO7.Y CLAJB,"~THE BKT ROOSTT FOP. A REPAST OF SHORT-RIBS THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY GILL'S, SOfiAR W E V e HELO THREE OYSTER SUPPERS, A RUMMAGe SALE ANP^TWO SOCIALS- "WE 5HONW WERE OUT *3 ^f ARE 5HY S TEASPOONS, 2. CHAIRS, A DOZEN AMP A COFFECT POT-- AND VJE OVJE THE pCCbl AUNTSARA«PEABOOV,P!?g3|DENT^ ^.^A OF THE CIVIC IMPROVEMENT CLL.Ua, Daily Crossword Puzzle 29 31 35 2-4- 18 32. 37 3S 46 26- grass usually In the plural -Exclamation of astonishment ACROSS t--To palliate sistance 5--To satiate. 25--A cereal as with sweetness 7--Selfish and unfriendly grudging in view of what another 29--To render enjoys muddy by 10--Timorous stirring up 11--The evening 30--A pair of before a objects con- hollday sidcred as a 13--A symbol single object of Indebted- 31--A depresaion ness . between mountains 32--Pig's pen 3--Sainte (abbr.) 35--A passageway for smoke or air 37--Profane swearing stringed instrument 8--Scene 9--Old 10--A Chinese gauzy-silken fabric 23--Walk 24--A thousandth part of a dollar 26--Eject 27--Old form of have 12--Heterogeno- 28--A short ous poem 14--An Indian of 32--Determined a Shoshon- 33--In that placai can tribe 36--Personal 18--From pronoun IB--Thus far 38--A public 22--The gram- notice pus Answer to previous puzzle: 15--Employ 16--Saucy IT--Mimic 18--To cook by immersing in fat 20--LJttle 21--Sorrow 22--Unit of electrical re- 39--Tolerate , DOWN 1--Depart 5--A small dink Z--A lixivium 3--Sea: used In geographical -names *--Half an em or counter used in games 6--An ancient harp-like DEPENDABLE Watch Repairing DIAMOND SETTING CLOCK and JEWELRY HEP AIRING All Work Done by Trained Workmen. No eiiesswork. We Pay Highest Cash Price for Old Gold. LIYERGOOD BROS. 215 North Federal Ave. MUGGS and SKEETER | ft COPYKICHT. l«7. CINTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION y-* SAY, \MATS * j '"THE. R.OCKL* to\N\ V, |MlTATlM«£» (MAFoLEohlT WHAT to i -ME AM? By WALLY BISHOP . TAKE WoTTce WAL.KINT XRoUMD vyrrvi wis HAMb STUCK: IKl t-US COAT MK , ACCOOMT OF HoW He's so BRICK BRADFORD --Artrifi In an Alom KOPAK HAVING FULLY RECOVERED FROW HIS . AIR CRASH INJURIES PREPARES TO ' · OEPKRT WITH BRICK FOR HIS LABORATORY ARE WU READY, BRICK? THEN LET US BE Off! I'VE ALREADY SAID 6000Y TO JUNE--SO LET'S GO.' By William Ritt and Clarence Gray THERE'S MY LABORATORY, BRICK.' WE CAN LAND IN YONDER FIELD ' GEE, I CAN'T WAIT FOR US TO GET STARTED ON YOUR GREAT EXPERIMENT.' BIG SISTER AVJ,e,uooy, ITS sio ose!/ 9 POD I CANi'T P.EMENABER / DOWT QUIT TILL EVAWS". I'N\ GOIK1G TO GJOIT J t ·SORPV.BOT -CfVST'S THE OMUV WAV By LES FORGRAVE , MV eve! MOT IF \T".' BODOV IS WILD TO K^EP OMTWe TEAM. ve OUST FORT^AT X USE H\SA. -srr GET A LITTLE HELP ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON WASAr 7H£ PANCg WHf N 7WEY ' f2USHED PIGHTHOME -HOW IS PAD? IT HAPPENED RIGHT HOUSE'TM ' HEARD THE CRASH MUST BE BFZAVE BETTER. WAIT.* HE'S UNCONSCIOUS, THE AMBULANCE IS ON) THE OVEfc- CM IF-IFANV- f THING HAPPENS HIM TO THE HOSPITAL HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6?/ g POOUHK P0UCE ROSTER F. , OHIO. f , OM'O- iTH , N.W. - 01 LL Mj(?r?AV ·^flM ' OoT By GEORGE SWAN NSPECTOR WADE U. 2. ralent O f f i c i WE SETTER TELL MISS G R A Y - -- S A V / WHAT ARE YOU DOING ? * ^I'M PUTTING THIS FAKE HOOF 1ACK / NO ONE MU5T KNOW MOT f VEH MISS CRAY/ By EDGAR WALLACE IF SMg KNEW, OTH5HS WOULD FIHO OUT, TOO .' INSTEAD--WE'RE GOING AFTER THE REAL VENDING AMO THE GREEN r\ RIBBON GANG/ VNKNOWN TO WADE, THE SECRET fS ALREADY OUT/

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