Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 3, 1936 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, April 3, 1936
Page 15
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 3 1936 LIFE'S MELANGE ( ". A «T«SS, v c 8 ) By MELLANG MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP, Hello, Mom! What didja tie this string on my finger for?" THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY BOY, T»r5 ls I CAN CHANE THE \ SIGNALS,GO BACK . ANU HAN 3 EOLLS\ OP PAPER AND HAVE) TIME TO fO HOME FOR LUNCH '. S6N AL TOVJERMAN PUNK PGRSEY ^ . ETVJEEN TFTAIMV) SOLlfiHT A HE HAS BEEN ABLE To Do .WAY Daily Crossword Puzzle n "50 20 24- 31 34- 12. 25 55 ACBOSS 1 -- A worker 24 -- Hastens 1 -- A worthless 25 -- For (prefix) loafer 26 -- Author of 10 -- To venerate "Little 11-- A dignified Women" poem 29 -- A marsh 12 -- Three 30 -- Coating on (prefix! the tongue 13 -- A mark ' of a feverish 114 -- An outcast person class of 31 -- Brown by 4NS1VEB TO PBEVIOCS PUZZIJS Japan sun exposure 15 -- Capable of 33 -- A prescrip- being sued tion term 34 -- Visionary 36-- A tattered fragment 17 -- Past 18-- Asquint 19-- Of the same 37 -- An extract kind DOWN 1-- To linger 3-- The lowest 2-- To (prefix) part of any- a H R ^ m* m* N m" IB T RY WRIGLEy'S P YOUR THROAT IS DRY AND SMOKEY thing 18--Excite 4--Odd (Scot.) 25--Call of as- 5--A Brazilian tonishment «oin 21--An instru- * 6--Profits on ment that labor opens any- 7--An iron thing shell filled 22--A vase with explo- 23--Therefore sives 26--Remote S--A kind of 27--Goddess of freehold right (Shetland) 9--A pool 14--Vanity 15--Fragrant the Moon 28--A steep, rugged rock" 29--To wither 31--A muscular twitch 16--Affirmative 32--High vote (music) 17--Expression 35--April of pleasure (abbr.) ALL-IE- ALL-/E - OUTS, IM FREE 1 . " ALL-/E - ALL- IE = OUT5-. IN/-FR6E! · SKEETER! COME "RE EVERYA' · AR£! I'M NJO' CbOIW£i "TO HUNT YA'ASiY MORE: COPYRIGHT. 1936. CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION A HEY MU6SIE! | COME IM "THE i ·SOMEBODY WANITS . I YA ON -TV PHONE; HELLO!!-- , * SAY: WHERE ARE YOU, ANYWAY ? / P W E A 5 E , s / C OMELET OS! I - WE'S AT THE V FOWICE STATION 1 *HoiMAM AM' HIDED SO WELL WE CAN'T FINJD OUR WAY HOME! BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ice By William Ritt and Clarence Gray UNKNOWN TO HARALD, SOME DISTANCE AHEAD IS JUNE, ALSO SEEKING BRICK BRADFORD WHO THEY FEAR IS LOST 4-3 [BRICK, WHERE ARE YOU? i WON'T RETURN UNTIL I FIND YOU/ THERESA MOOSE/BROWSING AROUND THAT BUSH 1 WONDER WHY.' AT THAT MOMENT THE KILLER MOOSE SENSES JUNE'S PRESENCE--HIS SMALL EYES FLAME RED WITH ANGER.' BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE 5BE "H4AT HOUSE, MRS. RYE? THAT'S WHZE. VOU'RE MOVING TO 1 . /OH.LAVJ, HOYJYOUTM.YC*. VJE COULD KiENER p«r THE REMT oto A HOUSE LAVCH YOU XNOVi'T NHEO TO! SE.E.T^\5 FOR A VOHOLE YEAOR.1 BY CVA\V-O, T DOM-T YOURE TO WOUSE FOR, A, \MvAO\_E CH\L.O, CWIUO MO I I COULD NEVER DO THAT 1 COOLDU'T YOU VOOOLDM'T AND VP YOO uove ROS A- YOU'LL JUST Move \M A.ND 5AY NO DEAR , l-S TOO MUCW FOR ME.! .A.K1O TO ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON THATVOU MA0?J-- AND SETTLE DOWN* YOlffi BRoTHEfl MADE VoU EXECWOR.OFHIS'WJLL BUT-- ME REALIZES VOU ABE AND VOU \OUMG MAl2fZIAGE HWEW THERE WAS A CATCH TO if." VOUNG - 6AV - EECKTLESJ.! HEAK.1"-- HE LETF YOU HIS ENHBE SO HE LEAVES' ITTO VOU ANY LECJAL HELP ON ONE CONOiriOM -MILLION DOLLARS,* offices- OP [·Mlston HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWANN COPYRIGHT, 19-36. CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION ,jAM-1/-5 INSPECTOR WADE-The Traitor's Gate By EDGAR WALLACE MISS MONTAGUE jl| A TELEPHONE LEFT EARLY THIS ffi CALL, EH? . MORM ING--RIGHT || 1 DID YOU HEAR. AFTER THE TELE- SHE SPOKE IN A YVH!5PER,S\R -BUT I DID HEAR. HER SAY SOME-, THING ABOUT-SAILORS WAS IT THE JOU.V SAILORS/ HOW DID YOU KNOW, SIR? THOSE WERE THE VERV V/OROS 'THE JOLLY SAILORS? JJ DO YOU KNOW WHO 'PHONED HER? I RECOGNIZED THE VOICE, INSPECTOR WADE -- IT WAS A MAN WHO COMES HERE OFTEN-- I DON'T KNOW HIS REAL NAME, BUT HE CALLS HIMSELF ----COLONEL SLOO/

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