The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 30, 1936 · Page 13
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March 30, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MFE'S MELANGE By MELLANG 'It's a cinch you're gonna take after yer mother!" THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY i car you FROM NOW ON DOUBLE THE Bo: ON ALL SUUPHUR AND MOLASSES DOC, 1L1_ KNOCK A UTTLC OFF )K BILL IF PRESCRIPTIONS III DOCPIl-LSBUISY CAMS To "We REStoe OF THE CORNER STOWE: KEEPER TtotMrt" Daily Crossword Puzzle 15 ACROSS 35 17 32. 27 14- ANSWER TO PREVIOUS 1--A chocolate candy 5--Public securities 9--Moved swiftly 10--Mimic 11--An inclined trough for conveying water 13--The little wheel of a spur 15--Anticipation of a Shoshonean tribe 19--Cover 21--A youth 22--Second planet from the sun 23--For (prefix) 26--Single spot on the card 2T--To follow persistently 30--Rubs with oil 52--A saxhorn IT--In old Greek 33--A large nail M N *% O K R %% ME N !TM a ft i v_ N Gti» R T l 1 ^ a §0 music the upper tons of the dis- junct tretachord 18--An Indian 35--Weak 36--By way of 37--Help 38--Consumed 39--Certain quantities of medicine certain given at a time DOWN WRlGLE.y'5 FITS EV£Ky POCKETBOOK F ,_-"* - ' 1--A woman's lace cap 2--A fruit wituout * valves, containing a scsed 3--A portal 4,--A compass point 5--Distant 6--On 7--A post al - *. ^ t ,o«. the end of a 2D~Strong- stairway winds 8--Furnisher! 31--A hide with a sole 12--Fervid 14--Greek letter corresponding to E 16--A small singing bird 19--A grassy plain 20--Owed 23--Pillars 21--A laceration 25--A fruit of S. Europe 27--gets'of pairs --Fetish 32--Three persons acting together 34--To devour 35--A hobby WHIG LEY'S MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP YOU MIGHT CUT OUT' ACTIW £0 SMARTY-AUD TRY TO AMOUNT TO SOMETHING "£ WELL, WHAT CAM I Do TO MAKE FIFI WIKE ME A WITTLE BIT? X ALWeDDY AMOUNT TO SOMETHING: I'M TH' BEST BEAN-SHOT" llsl TH' WHOLE WOILD 1 :-y p££ 7 * V J??V /to-.'/ PL£MTY! *M ·COPYTICHT. Hit, CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ice By William Ritt and Clarence Gray; GAMLA HAVING FALLEN TO · HIS DOOM, BRICK STARTS BACK TOWARD THE CITY OF ASGARD AND HIS fRIENM IU CERTAINLY BE HAPPY TO SEE JUNE, HER FATHER AND THE REST ASAIN I HOPE I DONT LOSE MY WAY--I'M NOT FAMILIAR WITH THIS COUNTRY THAT FOREST LOOKS MENACING-AND I HAVEN'T A WEAPON WITH BIG SISTER VJE. VOSE. I LOOKS AS *P . SO!V\EBOOV l-OOK \XNVAA-T VNELL, SOMETIMES / CTOSvA! VOVAEM PEOPLE A LONSG TIME PLfcCE THEY SEEM TO TAKE SOPT AMD TtAEY VOOYT BODGE. gTM£ H JlJ."6..CENTl ! AL P«ES5 ASSOCIATION By LES FORGRAVE THAT'S RYES' MOVING OUT OF.'·^Ae.R.VE.'S ARE MONMWG.'OH, KEEP GO\VJGlYOOLlAeOOOV'.XWE'eE WANT TO 5EENAJHER.E -fOO V_*XCe ll MOJlWG ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON OLD BEN is Youe UNCLE? vim HES WOETH TWENTY MILLION _~._ ·WASHERS-*ipS CffilcKETS,""TM »/ HE WAS STT2UCIC BV A KUN DRNEIZ." FATHER. AMD HE HAMENf SPOKEN IN HE VJA^ IN LONE WITH MOTHER. Too, AND _»THN QUARRELED WHEN SHE TOOK; DAP r 1 I'LL BET HE LEAMES ETrA NO HOPES, ITS ONLN A MATTER OT TIMe^HE WANTS THEM SAN HE PULLED ENOUGH THREADS' OUT OF HUNDRED DOLLAR BILLS TO MAKE HIMSELF I APAII20F ? SILK: S»J PAJAMAJ voues AT THE HOSPITAL NOW 7 OH, How is UNCLE BEN? TO SEE VOU , SO COME GI6HT OVEI2-.* DONf MAKE FUN " HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWANN , -To ee. eacK OM THE. OLO ·B£fsT ft6fM WTO.UG5.NT X JWBM -"^-30 COPVBICHT. 1936. CENTRAL PRESS -K *m ~*\*i'A COLO^-SL\NO ~Y- NSPECTOR WADE--The Traitor's Gate 0. 9. Patent Office. THERE IS OMLV ONE CLUE TO THE LOCATION OF LIEUTENANT HALLOWELL --WILL WADE SEE IT? By EDGAR WALLACE TERRY. COfAE HERE/ THERE'S NO SENSE IN LOOKING FOR HALLOWELL. ANY LONGER HE'S LONE BY NOW/ THE COLONEL'S RIGHT, WADE- - W E MIGHT AS WELL GO- WAIT, 1 THAT DOG HAD A aSASON FOR BKRK1NG AT THAT NtAttMOLtj" DONfWAN, VsO! GOING TO TAKE A LOOK/ INSPECTOR..'-HE HE 5 UNCONSCIOUS. BUT HIS HEART'S L O O K S -- - H E S STILL BEATING----IF THE DOG HADN'T FOUND HirA HE'D HAVE-. DIED SEWER GAS --HE'S GOT TO GET TO THE HOSPITAL*- AT OHCB/ /£ HAU.WELL

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