Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 23, 1937 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 23, 1937
Page 11
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W-.I^/.F.'* '·J- i?--"V ** ' ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 23 · 1937 WIND NOW ! -- V O U TELL. ·VOUR LdftFINCi PAL. "TWO-GUN TERRY," TO MKE A WIDE OETOUR OF THIS HOUSE! --IP t CATCH MilA IN HERE AGAIN , HE'LL. GO OUT UNDER ft SHEET! VERV WELl_,r/\DOVE,--BUT WE AR6 SLP.MIVMNU TH6 DOOR ON a, FORTUNE 1 . -- YE HAS A tiOLO rvMNE »ND HE IS JUST CbETTINU TO THE POINT OP MMNti fAE HIS PARTNER* H6 YVA^ COWlNto TODW VVITH SOWS / THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY SH-H-H-OTE.V, ITS THAT F!?ESH AIR F1ENR, HIS EOOM AN I FORGOT TO TELU H1M THAT HASN'T BEEH OPEHEP SINCE THE HOTEL VJAS BUILT - - TO YOU, 1 FELL BED! BEP ROOM WIMDOVJ . H O T . BY A 5TRANER FROM Daily Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 1--A sailor poetic 5--Irritable 21--Headpiece 7--.A member of 24--Peer the British nobility 10--Yield 11--Absolve 12--A deep place in a stream 14.-Entire marine military force of a country 16--A tavern 17--A hog 19--Stain 20--Over-- 25--Spoil 27--The handle and guard of a sword 29- -Enthusiastic dei'Dlees of a sport 30--Any underground growth 32--Formerly 33--Influence 34--Not so much 35--rA male duck 12--To arrest 25(U. S. slang) 13--Burning 15--Age 2617--Soft drink 2818--A measure equal to one- 29- tcnth of a 31- lire 22--Ventilates 3223--Till -A body ot concrete matter -Emmets -A jumping amphibian -Independent -Norse god of war -A large deer Answer to previous puzzle: DOWN 1--An Israeiit- travagant talc 5--A celestial ish heroine (Judges Iv 17) 3--Some 3--The Arab's state of Ideal bliss (var.) 4--A long, ex- body revolving around the earth fi--Black 8--Peruse 9--To impose a tax DEPENDABLE Watch Repairing DIAMOND SETTING CLOCK and JEWELRY REPAIRING AH Work Done by Trained Workmen. No guesswork. We Pay Highest Cash Price for Old Gold. LIVERGOOD BROS. 215 North Federal Ave. MUGGS and SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP ... -r- ,-,1^11 i r WEU_, WHEM X l MOT BAD \\ S. f PK5S-I-' ^OT HER UHATS HERJ^ -x NiAM.E.D WgR, MAM.E? BUT., YOU CAKVT TW ATT !l is A Boy's so THAT s VoUR. . E.H? Soatvi AS VJG JUST TO BESi HER.'' 11 BRICK BRADFORD --Adrift in an Atom AH, A DOOR.' NOW WE MAY HAVE A LOOK AT KALLA KOPAK'S SECRET. 1 THAT'S fT.' SO, KOPAK HAS DISCOVERED WHAT WE HOPED HE HAD --ELEMENT NUMBER 85.' -- By William Ritt and Clarence Gray AND HE MUST SHARE THAT SECRET HE MUST.' HE MUSTJ WELL, MISTER --WHAT ARE YOU D01N HERE ? BIG SISTER IOEA.VOU I SIT JUST ACROSS TvAE AISLE V^ROVA VOU IN SCVAOOL*. GOT TO DO W\T^ TU\-3 SCHEME. O YOURS ? VOU'LL HANE T»-\e J^j -TfH^CT'S ER-S \ TO ALL. OF Tt4e ) I TO COPVRICHT. 1?37. CiNTB^U rRCSS_IUSOC!yT By LES FORGRAVE NOW ALL.YOU HAVE -CO DO IS TO SUP A. COPY OF THEM INTO YOUR POCKET OKJ IV\Y SIDE.WEN ^NWEK^ YOU OP TO GO- YOO YOOMEAH YOO'D WANE CHBAT? CHEAT? NO? IT^SNOT | / V^SL-L.X'LU CHEAT\HG TO PUT P^ I B.E POD. PIECE OP PAPER INX |_U AJSE VOU IN\ YOOR POCKET: \F x . E SHOULD TAKE IT N\iHENJ |X VOO'RE MOT L.OOWK1G J, \ (V YOU'RE MOT TO ETTA KETT HELLO MISS KETT.' ' SIT DOWN ? HOW'S NOWI2 DAD By PAUL ROBINSON AND \NHftT BEINGS' VOU HEBE ? ONE OFVOUIZBON- FI2IEND5 BEEN KIDNAPED? rM MAD /' ITS TIME THE POLICE: GOT UP ON 7HE1I2 HIND LEGS AND TRIED TO CATCH THE" HIT AND RUM r '. THAT L THATS jusr A SAMPLE: OF WHAT 60ES ON NIGHTAND DAV.(!' FATHER. WAS A FRIEND OF -MINE lG° A ^T-7' TO PUT A MAN ON THE CASE- SOME" BI6 BUT THINKS.! 1 'IF DflDDigS.THAr P/3VER IS A MUEDERER/ HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6 or YttACK CRIME NAME. POOUMK POLICE. By GEORGE SWAN AL - 00 VOL) ftND Atffeue ouef? TUE. INSPECTOR WADE U. S. 1'alcnl OHie* "*"^'."-'~-^^^^ SO you THOUGHJV^/ WE KNOW YOU WO COULD y--^XwiTCHED HORSES- GET ME ? J L AMD YOU'LL WW yOU'LI. PAY FOR TMIf --TIE'BM UP/ I'VE GOT A PLACE RESERVED FOR YOU / I .HOPE YOU UKf IT/ By EDGAR WALLACE IT'S A NICE DEEP WEuT\ ·WITH LOTS OF WATER/ ) ;-^^-(;i5^^lKW^^^ ? v^ s .;. Ticas ^^,..,.- r , ;( .,. ;? ,. v ^,.^

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