Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 9, 1936 · Page 25
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 25

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 9 1936 LIFE'S MELANGE ( «$? ) By MELLANG "All right, you birds I Let's see some Easter spirit around here!" THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY TCr^zss^r ^ AND \ / No?E · | TM , . USED IT OS. MEBBE // FO ^ SOUASE j, (^EVE USED THAT J] ABE LINCOLN ./( F K "TOE P£EPUI_£~ THlRTSBN TIMEI THKT OUSHT To /^ V )N oure. -x IIHSEEKIM EE-ELECTON,THE J BOARD OF POLITICAL SHARPSHOOTERS RUNNI L. TIKE. Doily Crossword Puzzle 24- 17 ACROSS 1--A polishing to theosophy agent 23--A father's 4--Ready money sister 6--A stripling 24--A small bottle 7--To drone 25--Soak flax 9--Half em 26--Small masses 10--Above of wadding 12--Greek letter 27--Negative correspond- reply Ing to R 28--The sun 14--Bow of a ship 29--An alcoholic 15--A mineral liquor seam 30--A sift 16--Irritated 31--Flaps IS--One addicted 13--Hasten ment (abbr.) 14--Open to pub- 21--Egg-shaped , lie perusal 22--Possesses 25--A state of the 26--Earned U. S. (abbr.) ST--A sharp bit« 17--Quick 28--Thus 19--Clamor 29--Depart 20--Old Testa- Aniwer to previous puxzle DOWN 1--Simple J--Male adult J--Masculine nickname 4--A drinking vessel 8--Part of the verb "to be" 7--Inventor of the seeing machine S--Plights 10--Measures of land 11--Drinks to excess 12--To sell in small parcels S p W S V M M T nl m c H v M w^ N KE. TIME PAYMENTS? GLADLY Yes, whether it's a gift for the graduate or for any other occasion, we will extend you the courtesy of our modern extended payment plan. No carrying charge. LIYERGOOD BROS. 215 North Federal Ave. MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP ' PWEASE COM£ DOWN STAIRS AND EAT, ' HOIMAM J YOU'LL. BE SICK IF YA DON'T! r'M MOTCiOIKJ'TO » BWIMGr IT UP! YOU'LL, HAVH TO COME DOWN TO SET IT: COPYRIGHT. 1936. CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION s NOW! NOW! TAKE IT EASY'. HERE! HAVE SOME SOUP' SKEETER WOVES YA! DON'T/* GET EXCITED WE'LL bET YEFJ NECK OUT! YES-POOR HOIMAN! BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ico By William Ritt and Clarence Gray ITHORKILL WANTS TO MAKE ME AN IEARL BUT I CANT ACCEPT-- WE WANT TO RETURN TO AMERICA YET HE'LL BE AWFULLY HURT IF YOU REFUSE.' I'VE AN IDEA-- I'LL SUGGEST HE 6IVE THORA AND SIE6FRIED RULE OVERJOTUNHEIM OF COURSE-GIVE THEM THE EARLDOM AS A WEDDING PRESENT JUNE, HER FATHER AND I GO HOME 7 HE SAID "YES"-CEE, JUNE, IT IS GREAT GETTING INTO THE OLD TOGS AGAIN/ YOU ARE HANDSOMER, THOUGH, AS A VIKIN6/ BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAV0 IT WO A JOB, GEE, YOU. YOU'VE, DOME A x ^~ YOU FINER. THVSiGTHA^ f MAKE ^AE. YOU Kt^OVv) FOR -,J KAPPV \WHEW YOUR FRVENOD - YOU SAX ROSA. , 5WE CAN COUNT NWISELY 5EEN5 LE6S . ROSA* IS VMEWE. AMD IS ONSTWE \NN\Y BACK. TO HEALTH. MY 1 . I FEEL- GOOD ALL OSIER. 1 . PEOPLE L\KE HER. YOU Mf^DH MRS. RYE SEE. TtAE. COPYRIGHT. 1936. CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSOM ETTA DEARTHS. LAWVEK IS HEEt . TO SEE fOU ABour MCLE GEN'S VVILL-- HE'S 8E£M WAlflNG AM FOUND A HUSBAND NET? I'M READN TOTLieM Noua UNCLE'5 POKTUNE OVER TD VQU THE MINUTE "iOU MA/2GV "THe MANSION IJ EMPTI- WHS, n NOr LIME THEGE'riLL VOU MEET I DCEAM M-AN ' irtu BE I ' ANXWAV, ,Jo\oU MAV AS WELL LEAEN TO FEEL Ar HOME IN THE PLACE I /iiAHk. T I'D HEBE, I'M FREE AS THE AlB ATA ."-ANDNOU WANT" TO TIE ME DOWN 'COURSE I COULD USE THE MONIES - AMD SOME DAM I'LL SETTLE. DOWN -- BUT NOW r WELL How's THIS? HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWANN I I VOL) UtTLE. TAWHG WOL) HOnE, FWD THPT WOOR WOO ft GOOD ' HE HFWENT 60T VWJERT- INSPECTOR WADE-The Traitor's Gate By EDGAR WALLACI OPEN--- IN THE T H E KIH6 YOU KNOW VERY WELL WHAT WE WANT -' OF TMg WADE'S OUT THERE/ =» LF ti£ STARTS TP BREAK DOWN THg QQflB, Iff »IIA HWI IT/ ,,

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