Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 20, 1937 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, February 20, 1937
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-ii«iAsE!j3Ss j£jsx-3£alrt-vfZS£K*:. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 20 · 1937 ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN SINGING,IS n- SIMT A COMPLAINT IN ABOUT BANSHES -- BUT. WHAT EV EP. rr is, IT VIOLATES TH~ NUISANCE ORDINANCE,-* SO CORK UP I THOSE STUPID' MUCKUE -HEADS yvep,e GETTING! #S VOCALIZ-INCa' · SAME AS WHEN PERFORMED ATT L. SCAl_A!~ PAWl-- SIGNOR GIOVANNI PUFFLE BOOTS TOR BACON, 6S IT AINT ONE OP TW "B6ELER BOVS"! GET MV SHOOTIN'-tHON, SON , AM' l\u MAKE IT SO BE5S CAN GO THRU HUA.. IMSTEAD OF AROUMD HlKv! ,--MRS . JUST tOT OFP TW6 BUS ' THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY JUST HUMOI5 HIM, MAVJ, - I KNOVY^ EVERT T/ME HE GETS A-HOU3 or OME OF= THOSE '' BRIGHT- COLORED SEED OATALOas HE HA5 A STOMACHACHE FROM LOOKING AT THB PICTURES OF PEACHES RAMBLING GOOSEBERRIES AMD THINGS --- SETH SEYA10DR IS HAVIM ANOTHEfe ONE OF THOSE ANNUAL SPELLS" ^ITH HIS STOMACH Doily Crossword Puzzle /3 23 21 ACROSS 1--Duties 20--Clenched 6--A sock made hands of goat's 23--Masculine halr name; a T--Apart high p riC3t »--Normal of Israel 12--Goddess of 21i--A river of dawn Russian 13--Congealed . Turkestan water 25--Reddish- 14--The period 'brown from 13 to 26--A margin one's 20th 27--Received year 23--A building 1 15--An Asiatic where school country i s conducted 16--Governed 11--Plural of 20--Dirt reus 21--A river In, 17~Permit Russian IS--Highest note Turkestan of Guide's 22--A small scale tasLe of a 19--The native liquid wild dog of 28--Symbol for Australia oi! Answer to previous puzzle: DOWN 1--Wipes out 2--A supposition 3--A public notice 6--May be bettered 7--A honey- gathering insect --The subject 8--bonder of discourse 10--Ahl H U G E S A V I N G S O N F U R C O A T S Buy your Fur Coat now for next season . . . have it laid away . . . pay for it on our Easy Budget Plan! SAVE 2O% TO 40% H. H. Hirsch . S. Hirsch MUGGS and SKEETER · How UOMQ HAVE 1 foU BEEKl.SHA.VIK1G? 2.-ao coprRicifr. i»37. CEr4TR*i. PRESS ASSOCIATION By WALLY BISHOP/ WELL, IT'S A PROBLEM. '.'..... vt'oTvjEiR. HAMb.THERE'S Mo Poi\rr IM SMAWIM' UMLESS Vou CUT SoMETMtNlcS so THERe Vou ARE. 11. BRICK BRADFORD --Adrift in an Atom WHAT MATERIAL ARE YOU USINS KALLA,FOR THAT K-RAY COMBUSTION FURNACE ? A NEW ALLOY WHICH CAN WITHSTAND ANY HEAT.' By William Ritt and Clarence Gray YOU WANT TO SEE DR. KOPAK ? SORRY VISITORS HERE AREN'T ALLOWED · JJST TELL HIM HIS -HW.' -- OLD FRIEND. .FRANZ, IS HERE--YOU DO THAT, YES ? T--- O.K. I'LL TELL HIM.' ' YOU WAIT HERE -WE WANT NO NOSINS AROUND, : SEE ? HAVE NO FEW, YOUNG MANI THINK, YES, DR, KOPAK WILL COME SPEEDILY WHEN HE LEARNS-AH-IAHHERE BIG SISTER ByLESFORGRAVE MDU KSIOSO \UHAT, PETE? FROM.TUE-. J \NCO-OV\T Tt3.v WAV HE TAUVCS I'VE AM VDEAVAE'S 1 "S POSE vou OONVT TO VJOL5UD TRV TO owe TO FR.V A THU.OOCLH'. ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON TOOBAD ABOLir EITA'S ^ OLD MAN GETTIN' SMACKED A HIFAN RUN Draivert * ' NOTSOHOT/HES I WONT DECEIVE VOU/HE'S ] SEI2JOUS 1 / HIS SKULL IS U fT2ACTUf2ED AND WE'LL HAVE TO OPERATS -ITTHIS ONlS ^-i CHANCE / r ' WHAT/ ARE NOW STILL HERE." LISTEN, YOUNG LADV.VbUlL BI20U6HTYA ovee SANDWICHES/ HAV£ ID GO HOME AND GET SOM£ REST/ NOTWH1LE PAD IS 1 IN HEI3C." 1 -WHILE DADS IN DANGEfZ A COUPLE CHICKENS ON MEAD, HOW IS HE- 1 HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 67/ 3 By GEORGE SWAN INSPECTOR WADE By EDGAR WALLACE I GOTTA SEE TH' BOSS BE READV WHEW WADE COMES AMD WAIT FOR SIGNAL/ OOF BOTH SIDES OF TH' ROM) COVERED/

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