The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 2, 1936 · Page 19
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 2 M 193(5 I I I LIFE'S MELANGE ( . OWN COMIC O\VM COMJO ) ByMELLANG 'Boy! I'll bet you're mortar-fied!" THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY /evee swce i WON ( FlftST PRJZB AT THE PAIR, I'VE HAD T I GOARTH1S PES f EVERY MINUTE: SH-H--SARAH, WIT "TIU. SHE ·SETS OUT A / PENCIL AND PAPEB. THEN ILL POUNCE out:; SJ5EN SNOOPMtf- ABOUT BACK TARDS YCSTEreRA.V WAS NOT A CSU11.T S3ESI6N COPYIST-BUT BUOSSOM COUUTSCTore. Daily Crossword Puzzle 2.9 32 3-4- IS 2.1 30 2.2 10 13 1-4- ·20 27 2.4- ACROSS 1--Legsens S--A Scottish game played with a ball 3--Restoration to health 10--The inner court or a Spanish- American house 11--Changing the order of 13--A globe 14--A compass point is--Conductor IS--A four-winged insect 13--Belong-in?: to him 21--A fillet of silk SS--A church vestment of white linen 27--The crested hawk-parrot 29--Obsequiousness 82--Particles 33--The bearing on a shield extending around the edg'e to form an inner shield 34--strikes with fear 35--Embankments to prevent inundation 8--Water vapors of the atmosphere 10--A bag 12--The ocean IS--Ever (contr.) 54--Foundations U--Greek letter 25--Largest con- correspond' ing to R 18--A great wave 26--To lessen or surge of 28--A small the sea Island 20--To be per- dess of Egyptian mythology 23--Expression of contempt tinent in the ·world' manently in. corporated 22--Principal god- 30--A vessel or duct 31--An autumn month (abbr.) Answer to previous puzzle DOWN I--Male stage player J--A prickly head of a plant S--Fit for tillage 4--Twice five 5--An aeriform elastic fluid 6--An American patriot who resisted British taxation 7--Passenger vessels N\ M i. M U 9. N KJ M DIGNIFIED TERMS No Extra Charge Diamonds, watches, clocks, silverware--a choice selection from the finest workshops--priced to fit any budget. LIVERGOOD BROS, 215 North Federal Avc. MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP! MOW.' WHICH IS THE MORE USEFUL-THE SUN OR THE MOON I KNJOW, TEACHER* IT'S THE MOOM! WHICH CO ( I YOU THIMK?) OH'-THE MOONJ.EH? ARE YOU SU(?E ABOUT THAT? CAM YOU EXPLA1W WHY? SURE! BECAUSE THE MOOM CHIMES AT MIGHT WHEM WE MtEED THE LIGHT i - AND THE SUM SHlMES THE. DAYTIME, WHEM we DON'T MEED IT!!' BRICK BRADFORD ·On the Isles Beyond the Ice I AM WORRIED THAT BRADFORD DOES NOT RETURN. HARALD/ AND IJOO.' UT ME SEARCH FOR HIM SEEK HIM DILISENTLY, MY BROTHER WE ILL CAN SPARE SUCH A FRIEND AS HE IBS JUNE, YOU WD[ YES-- AND I-I'M GOING TO LOOK OT-OVERHEAR? f~-7 FOR BRICK,TOO/ IN THE PALACE OF THORKILL THE KING William Ritt and Clarence Gray: IT'S MADNE5S-YOU-A £IRL-GOING ALONE-INTO THAT WILDERNESS/ MAYBE--BUT IF SOMETHING HAS HAPPENED TO BRICK I DONT CARE WHAT HAPPENS TO ME.' BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE WxlD TO Ti4\WvL ^NEUB ftFtti 5.V4VH NNOULD BUT josr 5-ropYouR VOORRVl^G TILL NNE. G£T VT UOA.OE.D . BOTI DOKiT \Jt^OE^5T/\NO v . TA\5 16 A PRETTY SA.O WPFiXVS. ^EP BOT YOO'RH VOO'LL. BE ^\ 1 ^ GR\MN\^ % £."; \f SOOtO. HOP UP IWTO Tv4E TROCK! MOORQyf VOELU.BLESS A.BOOT W.O5 PICK HER UP _J ALL. 1 . I I CAlNYT DO , ^A «»--*r ,AMVTH\NQ A^J, ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON VlEU_,VJILLSTON -- I'M GOING | To CHANGE" MV WILL - EVEPV- THING I'VE GOT GOES TO Ml J ·AH-PAEDONNE--SHPSA GOAND QIEL -MILLION is A Lor or MONEY To DEOPIN BE FOOLISH IIS MV NONE^ AND I'LL DO VJim ir WHAT I UKE * I'M / ADVICE -- « EEP vour? cr PEI3S-ON//1LOP/NIONS TO J / THIZOUGH HEE FIMGEI2J LlkTE WATEI2 -DONT BLAME ME.!'^ T YourZE f2lQHf MANBE WE BETTER. PUP SOME STRINGS NIECE, MISS ETTA KETf." J TAUdNG SENSE ." EEC- U. S PAT. Off.. COPYBICHT. 1SJ6. CENTRAL WBS HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWANM INSPECTOR WADE-The Traitor's Gate 0. (. OHiee. --IT- By EDGAR WALLACE WADE HEARS LIEUTENANI HALIOWELL'S STORVr I WAS INSPECTING THE CROWN JEWEL ROOM WHEN A MAN CAME IN -- BEFORE I KNEW IT HE KNOCKED ME DOWN AND GOT AWAY WITH THE JEWELS I SCRAMBLED UP m TOWARD AMD FOLLOWED- r\ THE TRAITORS ] I GATE? /--^ ) MISS MONTAGUE ISN'T HERE/INSPECTQR.. LIFT THIS YES- --THEY GOT INTO A LAUNCH 1 LEAPED FOR !T AS THEY STARTED AWAY--SOME ONE MUST HAWE HIT We AS I LANDED EVERYTHING WENT BLACK I THINK. COLOHEL'-THCT WE'JJ- CALL QJj DJANA WAS TOO DARK TO RECOGNIZE. SEE MISS MONTAGUE-- TH CAR'S READY WADE.'

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