The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 7, 1936 · Page 24
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 7, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 7 Mi 1936 LIFE'S MELANGE i( "EKSS* ). By MELLANG MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP I FINK IT'S THE VA MIGHT AS - OH M0« HE'S , NOT AFRAID=HE'S PARALYSED! HE. COME ON = NICE PUPPY. 1 COME ON ; SKEETER WOVESYA!) f WOU'RE NOT AFWAID DOWN THE STAIRS. ARE HE'S SCARED SILLY P'WOBABLY A MS. CENTUM. MBS ASSOCIATIOHI By William Ritt and Clarence Gray --On the Isles Beyond the Ice BRICK BRADFORD HE'LL BE ALL RIGHT UNLESS M-»»»jD INTERNALLY--BRICK HAS A MARVELOUS CONSTITUTION.' WE MUSTNT THINK OF WEARINESS NOWJ THERE IS THE CASTLE -AND GUARDS TO RELIEVE US.' ARE YOU TIRING, JUNE? IT IS BUT A SHORT WAY MORE.' AS SOON AS I GET THESE · OH,HURRY, HARALD-WE THONGS FASTENED WE · MUST GET BRICK HOME WILL HAVE ASTRETCHER IMj Ml QUICKLY "Boy, today's my lucky day! Did/a see me leave that copper in the dust?" By STANLEY THE OLD HOME TOWN HAS ^ HIM DOWN , HABB HE HASriT 8EEAJ 3NSPBWON6 TERMS HIS BEOOM ANP DUST RAf) FOC PAYS! A\NHIUK» BOSS, IN A MINUTE HE'LL POPUP LIKE | NAa?EEf) HOUSE By LES FORGRAVE BIG SISTER AMD TtAKC EVTHHR-l RIGHT x've acrr HEP, 1 . ,YOU CAlttT O^rAV \Nt-\W DOCTOR. SAVS BUT CAIKT AFPORO DOCTOR, SO 5ETTUS5 CH\L.O v .hW?DOCTOO. / BUT JUST 1 TO TEUL THE HE. T BUT MRS. RYE i DO VOU NO GOOD -TOTA.L.K. NOT COIN' SLEEP OUT ON \N\TH LUNGS V1EA,V AS ROSAS SKOULD SLEEP YOU BEUESJE DO NNOULD YOU BEUENE TO MR5.RVE'. R OF THE CfcHTRAl. . POUCE TOPAY TO SET THE OFFICE CUSANEf OP 1936 CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION Daily Crossword Puzzle By PAUL ROBINSON ETTA KETT -^ FOE6ETtHE MONEV." U FOR. LOVE-AND "\AIHOS THE LUCkM OoV? I'PHONED THE PEEACHER. HE5 HAiME NOEE'M ONE JOS OFFERED TO VOU?THATSTHEWAN I FEEL--I CAN'r MAliE UP MM MlrJD WHICH ONE TO DONrtHl-ME ^OUCANFTHINK OF A GON TO TAKE 7 IF ETTA mamas, Sh'll LOME.SFUNNS --ITS LIKE TT20UBLE -- LOO1C Fbii-ir LOIM6 ENOUGH SO THE HUSBAND HUNT IS By GEORGE SWANN HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER 6% ne. OFF. surface 26--To turn ott 57--There Is one in nearly every American home 39--A kind of flah to--Fat--com. binine form T--Distant 8--A fictitious story 3--Released 17--Solicit 18--Even (contr 21--Chafes oportion S3--Recklessly 25--A small canic rock 81--A small cass for carrying sewing articles 32--Frosted 33--A case for » pillow 34--A fairj INSPECTOR WADE--The Traitor's Gate ACROSS ' 1--Skins of fur 24--Relations animals 25--Remote 6--A fisherman's 28--Frolic barbed spear SO--Melted vol- 10--Indigo dye II--Wing-like 12--Inactive 13--An outer garment 14--Distress 15--Single ' 16--Test 17--Devoured -· , 19-Gave food to 35--A franchise or| 20--Doorman of a privilege court (Eng.) H--Brother (term 36--A small town used in. ad- in Cattarau- dressing- a ?«» county, monk) Ne w York DOWN I--Hardly per- vehicle i ceptible .".--One who ?--Beneath discards ' *--A county in revelation central Kansas snow 6--Slender fish of the pike family 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. By EDGAR WALLACE INSPEaOR WADE, A GROUP OF SCOTLAND YARD MEN RECEIVE OROERS- 4-7 DUE TO BSTfCWS OONAVAN'S WORK, WE KNOW THE PROAtU HIDE-OUT OF THE JEWEL THIEVES THE "JOllY JAILORS TAVERN IM HMEHQUSE/ ALREADY WE HAVE A RINQ- Qf PQLlCirlV\EN AROUND THE ENTIRE AREA. / -- THEY WILL SEARCH LEAVING THIS AREA - -- QU IS TO RAID THIS STAR "OLE "JOLLY WE DON'T KNOW WHO THE CROOKS ARE .'--THEY WAY START SHOOTING-/ -- - BUT WE mwST ET THE ,-JEWELS/

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