Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 1, 1937 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 1, 1937
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=,;_ia.-.ij:-C,t3i: MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN MUGGS and SKEETER ARE,3EDGE! A BWDL6 AN'SATJDUE.,-- BALES OP HAY AN'TMREE SACKS OF OATS) WON'EIA WA. IN ANOTHER GAME OF FOKER FROb\ THAT WtHM'STABLE OWNER^WHO LOST TH" HOSS TO ME \ -- I'M MAKIN'VOU A "PRESENT OF-TH' WHOLE SHBAN./W PAL, AS A PARTING) G^T'.-- I LEAVE., 1LHT POR'HANIo-^NOT'/ APPRECIATE THE QTT.IEWW, BUT WHAT WILL t DO WITH A HORSE'?-OP COURSE,! CAN Rme;r-VES,~-USEO TO BE AN OFFICER IN THS BENGAL t-AMCERSr-BUT BRICK BRADFORD THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY VJONOSR WHAT AMBROSE DIP VJITH THAT HOUSEHOLD SUBSET SYSTEM HE AND EXPECTED TO SELL FOR A coou M1LU10N THE LAST ' To TEST IT OUT TO SEE'IF IT VMOOLD A VJORK! IT LOOKS A3 THOUGH UOCAL. INUEMTOR ON THE VINE Daily Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 1--Cultivated; an algebraic peopled curve (Hinti.) 22--To bestow 5--Come ashore a permanent fl--A narrow fund upon inlet 25--A river of 10--Masculine Alaska name: High 26--Belonging- priest of Israel 12--Foe It--A famous writer ot fable a · 16--Statute 17--Curious scraps of literature IS--Attack _. . 20--On the inside 38--: 21--Any part of DOWN 2 --Concocts 3--Purpose 7- ·*--The period from dasvn to dark 5--A grassy plain 6--A malt to us 29--Symbol for silver 30--Not liltcly 33--The folded front of a coat 35--Parity 36--A lofty mountain 37--Renounce Harness 15--Single in. kind 19--A game, of marbles 20--Frigid 23--Member of a religious order 24--To cover with a hanging cloth 26--A Greek letter corre- Ajiswcr to prcv spending- to K 27--A Swedish coin 31--Cooking- utensil 32--Endeavor 33--To move slowly 34--Beer with plenty of body oug puzzler beverage 7--First month of the Jewish calendar 8--Tuneful 11--Frugally 13--Diminutive of Anne The Want-Ad'Page of the Globe-Gazette is read by thousands of people looking for bargains. If you have something to sell-- try.them today. PHONE 3800 and ask for Classified Department. By WALLY BISHOP! '. PEE.WE.Ell \vuy DO 'THE. HEAD? wnv DOMT yfou L£T HIS GROW ? T We DoMT -SHAVE HIS WEA.D . HE PULLS ALL- His OUT HIS HAMDS AMD GlV/ES. IT To HEY, ROCK'.'. SHOW SKEE.TK5. How StJO TfeAR. VtiUfii. t HAIR OUT '.'. COPYRIGHT. 1937. CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION J we. JUST HASMT-TS AWV UFT.-THATS ) -- AU-ttn^j^ WAMSlA. Do ATHlMG LIK£ TttAT /TjUST To SHoW /PEOPLE IT VSAP Mis s --Adrilt iii an Atom By William Ritt and Clarence Gray WJKLY, BRICk, I'M WORRIED THAT'S NOT IT.' BUT WE HUST O.K.' WE START THE BOUT DR. EGO-- HIS VISIT EANS TROUBLE FOR US'. 1 FISHT THAT LOOKING FOR-- COMPLETE THE SPHERE ERE EGO OR ANYONE CAN INTERFERE ' MEN ON THREE SHIFTS--TODAY.' DRIVEN BY, KOPAK'S ANXIETY FOR HASTE THE GREAT OUTER SHELL OF THE SHRINKING SPHERE ' IS RUSHED TOWARD COMPLETION BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE BUOOV, IT S HAR.D "TO BEV-1EV \T OF YOO BUT I SA.SN YOU PERMIT- HOD TO REMOVE Tv-ttS PAPER. VOUR DOW'T BUDDY! i T \NtTH VAV ONNN1 YOO KWOVJ VERS' BVJDDV, I'M AS SORRV AS CANS eeJ-r SVJ.OOL.O OUST /\ BL^^iv. PIECE CP -SCRAP - NNV-W- '. IT'S OOST- A.-- COPYRIGHT. 937. CENTRAL PREK A5SOCIAT ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON GEE. DAD/VOUEE LOQKrMS SWELL. AMD AM I GLAD HOME.? ^^*, YIPPEE,;' HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6?/ 8 By GEORGE SWAN .. . . cor our AND PAsTe ON NOW JOIN THE POLICE FORCE INSPECTOR WADE Keii»lcred IT. S. P»icnt nflit By EDGAR WALLACE TlED TOGETHER, THEIR WRISTS BOUND, WADE AND DONAVAN ARE IN A SERIOUS FIX--THROWN INTO A WELL 6Y THE GBEEN RIBBON GANG-- 'T OWE UP, DONAVAN / Two FEROCIOUS PANTHERS GUARD THE ONLY EWT FROW THE WELL / NEAR CAWBRIOGESHIRE RACE TRACK.-- WITH WADE OUT OF THE WAY, IT'S A CINCH / SURE /-THE HORSE CAN'T MISS -WE'LL WAKE NMLUOWS/ WHAT FOR? HE'S A GONEP, BY THIS TIME/ I CAN'T HELP ORWING ABOUT WADE J - !3EpA*'S3j^fy^V'T*fc'fc'^^.V ^T***^J.* /t ^"f^T-'^^''vTv::-·'··'"^\--'-'?·'?-·}"-""r~,-2 t"'TM'^ 11 '"

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