Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 3, 1937 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 3, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 3 · 1937 ROOM A N D BOARD By GENE A H E R N ·WHAT' -- WHEN VOUR WIPE PINOS OUT THRS'S A MOKSfe IN TH'ARAE.IT'S SUPPOSED TO BELONG TO WE"?--OH, NO, vou txjtJX-- I WON'T TAKE TH~ RKP TOR THW J --SHE · MAS TH" SHOW T-USE ON M6 WITHOUT TMIS [-WHY DONT VOU SA.V TVV HORSE IS fc. PRESENT. FOP. HER,WHEN SHE STARTS TO SCRSECHl- ·. BV JUPIT6R, VOU WERt COST TOUCHED BY THE WAND OF GENIUS! ~HAW'--A MANIFICENT SUGGESTION,YOU STOUT KNAVE I-HER BIR.THDAV IS ON THE ie T ^i-AND THE . STEED \S, (AY |FVTO HERi --EXCELLENT |---VOU SE, U ARE LEARWINCs THE ARTFUL AND SUBTLE TOUCH ,'BEINfc VJITH ME 1 . BRICK BRADFORD THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY ILL NIP THIS PLOT IN THE=,'BliC OLD MEPDLEI5S ' ON '.'· HOJ.PEM-TJTOS 1 ~THREW COl-D. OH THE FIPST MEST/N6 OF THE .NEVJ CITY BEAUTIFUl- i'ff iHODV- P|7T||| t ,^, h ..M «,,. j - s -j? Daily Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 1--Knowledge . is tha center of attraction 20--A high shoe 23--A side-slip 26--The American Linden 27--Possesses 29--Local name for Saull St. Marie, Mich. 30--Highest note o£ Guldo's scale 31--Barrels of herrings 32--Yes (Sp,) 33--Falsehood acquired or derived 6--Eternity 7--Form of dla- before a vowel t--Rash 10--Indefinite - article J l -- A grave . 13--The bill of an anchor 14--A compartment of a. wine cellar 15--Caper 17--Inter 18--A small cask 34--Strength. 19--.The heaven- enlng ly body that DOWN 1--A river of tics out of W. Tibet nnd Egypt N. W. India 4--The stalte 2--Gain put up in 3--The leader poker of the Israel- 5--A simpleton 8--Vex 17 10--A tune · 20 12--The emana- 21 tion of ra- 22 [JgJ dium. viewed 24 -S as an element 14--Sleeping .. 25 places" on 27 board ship 28 16--Place Answer to jirevloi --An omnibus --Dull --Lubricate -·A wireless --The ancient name of the modern Nio Fulfilling -- P a r t i a l l y -- A prophet The Want-Ad Page of the Globe-Gazette is read by thousands of people looking for bargains. If you have something to sel!-- try them today. PH.ONE 3800 and ask for Classified Department. B E A T T H E R I S E ! s point to rising prices in all Beat the Rise! B U Y N O W ! All indications point to rising prices in all furs . . Beat the Rise! Small Down Payment Balance to Suit Your Convenience. OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT VIUGGS and SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP WELL.COAAfe. BA.CKT · ..AMO THE MATTER. wrm HA.sU? WHAT... HASH soisy HAVE. FOR OVER AT ~n-lf=. ft BCAR.DIK1'- HOUSE? I UAVEL A CHOICE.!! --Adrift in an Atom By William Ritt and Clarence Gray KALU KOPAK CONTINUES THE ' STORY OF · THE MYSTERIOUS DR.EGO HE TELLS OF STUDENT . DAYS IN THE -UNIVERSITY OF SORBONNE EXPLOSIVE NOT THERE; GENTLEMEN OF MY CLASS, A THOUSAND PARDONS--YOU ARE NOT SUSPECT.' THE ABSENCE OP ONE OF US ESTABLISHES GUILT.' KALLA' KAU.A KOPAK' "ONE OAY.'CONflNUES KOPAK, "MONSIEUR. LE PROFESSOR DISCOVERED HIS OFFICE SAFE HAD BEEN RIFLED -- A PRECIOUS FORMULA MISSING 'AT ASSEMBLY--FRANZ EGO'S CHAIR ALONE WAS ! VACANT--HE : HAD DISAPPEARED -- 1 DID NOT SEE HIM ASAIM UNTIL EARLY IN 1017 ; COPYRIGHT. l93T:CENrrRAl TRES ASiOQATIOM 3^3 - _ _ - _ j 'IN 1916 ttEN DIED IN AGONY FROM A NEW EXPLOSIVE GAS ON THE WESTERN FRONT -- IT WAS V-23.' EGO, THE THIEF. HAD SOLO ir TO A.WARRINS POWER..' "THEN, LATE ONE NIGHT IN 1917 A DARKLY GARBED STRANGER BURST INTO HY ROOM--IT WAS EGO -- A DESPERATE, AGITATED FRANZ EGO.'" (cotiTinmo TOMORROW) BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE IF EVER. ^ GUV NNW5 e.-v p*3 COPYRICHT. 1937; CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION MORE. X -TvAVMVC OP Vt THE. OHR T. c»e-r! V X uKV I-AAMDS OM THii«" JOST ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON ; SO THIS IS THE SCHOOLS f f \0 LIKETO SOLVE THE SCIENTIFIC CEIME PRC VEMHON LAB . J How IN CASE VOUBE INTERESTEP. I'VE AN IPEA WHO STOLE Vourz. CArz AND WHO THE HIT AND RUN WHO SHU.'.' PRETEND NOFTO NOTICE rr--YOU'VEBEEM FOLLOWED He eg. THECET .15 ON LISTEN / AM I THINGS PLACE HAUNTED fellsAcross HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And-OFFICER 67/ 8 By GEORGE SWAN- »1*HE. «-OV flftt (23MIK6 0BCK ft MFS\U fa THE. IM VOcf? P\NJQ VOO TOO Pi C^e.M@£f? OF ~Tf\H_ INSPECTOR WADE C. I. Pilenl Olflce GOSH, WE BEEN CUrABIN' FOP, MOORS/ AN' IT'S SO DARK-- By EDGAR WALLACE MERE'S THE TOP/ WE'LL BE OUT OF THE WELL IN A SECOHD.' WHEW/ I'M SURt GLAD WE'RE OUTA THAT/ /TMf PANTHERS * HTCLOSE IT/ I I FORGOT -- -^l QUICK/ r CAREFUL OR WE'LL FALL ALL THE WAY BACK--THIS RIDGE IS FLINTY HERE'S THE' DOOR / IT'S OPSN/ HOW rAUCH FARTHER. DO WE HAVE TO CREEP AROUND THIS RIDGE?

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