Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 26, 1936 · Page 21
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1936
Page 21
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J MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 26 mm 1936 LIFE'S MELANGE (·££",,££* ) By MELLANG 'Hey, sis! Mrs. Smith left her iron on again!" THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY HQSE HleH NOTES OF'DOPEY* DOLAM THAT BROU6HT I3OWN AT THE FIDCJ,ePtS'CON»e*NTjON Doily Crossword Puszle \s za 2.S 17 14- N 23 20 32. ·34- ACROSS 1--Partly open 27--A tropical 5--Expression fruit of Impatience 30--Form of the 10--An armistice verb "have" 11--Sharp 31--Language 12--A conjugate of the Scolch point highlanders 14--So be it 35--Energy IS--Scandinavian. 38--The jester war goa to the King 18--A head o£ Denmark covering In "Hamlet" 18--A hammer 40--Moham- J2--Expression of medan god astonishment 42--Style 35--Past tense 43--A river in 20--Depart 21--And (L.) 22^-A river in Siberia 23--Expression of surprise 24--Onward 25--Curious scraps of literature 28--In advance 59--King of Judea tima of birth of Christ 32--Capital of Latvia 33--Minute vegetation on stagnant water 34--Piece out 35--Lacquer 36--Sick 3T--Insect 39--Eggs in the widest sensi 41--Masculine pronoun Answer to previous of eat 26--Out (Scotch) southwest Scotland 44--The first man DOWN 1--A bow-like curve 2--The consort of Jupiter 8--Fruit of. the oak t--A color 5--Father f--A snipe 7--To sing in a low tone 8-8 -- 13 17-19-- Corroded Small skin tumor To make an edging of tatting Rapture A malt beverage Execute M K w ·*% % w %-*· T K. M DEPENDABLE Watch Repairing DIMIOXD SETTING CLOCK and JE\VELBY KEPAIKING All Work Done by Trained Workmen. No guesswork. We Pay Highest Cash Price 'for Old Gold 215 North Federal Ave. MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP HOUSE 1 ? /"'WHAT'RE YOU 1 BACK IM THE YOU SO OM OUT I IKJ THE YARD AMD I FINISH YOUR IS tINNER!!! ,?-26 COTTEICHT. 1836. CEHTAAL PUBS ASSOCIATION HOIMAN! WHAT is THE MATTER WIF VOU?) .. 60 ON ! MOVE!! fl PLEASE, HOIMAW! Hey YOU!! "PERCY CAT".'! You 6ET AWAY FROM HOIMAN'S DIMMER; Jj BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ice By William Ritt and Clarence Gray I [ THEY'LL NOT CATCH HE NOW UNLESS I FALL 1 ts BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE FITTED BETH'S ROSP.RVE. BUT QUITE OUT OF BOUGHT BUDDV KNOCKED ATTWE DOOR TO 3-2.* DIDWTC NNE WEAR. VOU 6AV VOU \NAA~iTe.O TO KlKD A, HOUSE COULD UNE- PORE FRESH Copyright, 1936, by Central Press Association. Inc. Y-YES, ro-STSOl ^ BUT- / 5ODOY AMD I 1 THOUGHT VJE'D \ WEU 3 VOO. V COtWE. \Ni. J THEOVOS3E.R ·SAID \P T'o REp(\vR. Tt-tE. PL ACfe UE'D REKITIT ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON THIS LEAPNEAFE IDEA OFVOU FEMJ TACWUS FELLAH5 OUT IS HONKUV TONIC -THIS- DATE IS ON VOU Jo I'M OEDEie/M I A HOLLNWOOO SPECIAL -.? LISTEN-.'HE HAJ AN SOCK; IFON HIS SO THE WOMAN AT LAST ."AM I LAUGHING /' SUNDAE wim WHIPPED CPEAM -THAT HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER By GEORGE SWANN INSPECTOR WADE--The Traitor's Gate Bcslncm) D. ft. rstwt UUIW. SO YOU THINK HALLOWEU. IS AN ACCOMPLICE. COLONEL? WE CAN DECIDE THAT AFTER WE FIND HUA/ -- AND THE TIME TO DO . THAT I S t SURE X -- MOW/ By EDGAR WALLACE COWVE ALONG, DONAVA.N-" YOU SAY THE THIEVES USED A LAUNCH? YEP---THEY MUST HAVE ASAN^OffED IT ALONGTHE POCKS-THEY WOULDN'T RISK RUHNINfj INTO THE RIVER PATROL/ WE'VE BEEN LOOKING ALONG THE DOCKS FOR HALF AN HOUR-----* ARE YOU SURE-1 ? WADJ, THAT BOAT/-- IT LOOKS PAftft- lUAIt/ I ONLY SAW IT FOR A SECOND LAST U-- THAT'S THE THIEVES' LAUNCH ALL RIGHT/

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