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March 5, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. MARCH 5 · 1937 f -NOW HOLD A -BAT.MY LOTUS DONT FLftRE UP'.-DELIA SPOILED THE SURPRISE- I HAD' IN STORE TOR YOU 1 BY BLURTIN OUT ABOUT THAT HORSE IN THE GAP,AOe !--ITS MY PRESENT KJPl ^OUR BIRTHDK NfeXT MONDW --- MY SOCIAL. POSITION IS SUCH,THAT tM WIFESHOULtJ HAVE A THREE -- GA1TED STEED.TO COIN THE FASHIONABLE EQUESTRIENNES ON A BRISK WORKING v__ CANTER \ ~--~ -~ YAS ,~ \_ --TO A HAPPY -EJP,THDAV AND TAUL.Y-HO IAY -BlKTHDAY WAS THE W~OF LAST MONTH \-- THERE'S SCWETHINfa QUEER ABOUT THIS ' YOU WY -BIRTHDAY ONCE BEFORETO GIVS /rtfc SO/AE TREE SAMPLES GIFT HORSE IN THE MOUTH, MP.S. , ; PUFFLE THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY ')( MRS PUNKETS m HOUSED HLSER " MEEKS, LOCAL BASE BALL -XAIHO NVA.SMT CALLEO TO * CAMP Bf ANY Op THE BI IS SETT/M SOME BASE RUNAIJAJ PRACTICE RISHT HERE AT HON1 MUGGS and SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP, WEU_, ACCOK D IM' TO "THAT....MV UMcue DAUNY IS EITHER .. OR AWFUL TiUA/VB !l WHY 1 ? IS HEGETTlM' "THlM OM TOP THAT HE DoesMT '- eveM HAVE. TO REMO/ Mis HAT TO HAVE, r-^/\s* HIS HAIR COT'.! ^JP*M$ BRICK BRADFORD --Adrift in an Atom Daily Crossword Puzzle 17 2.2. 10 l 59 ACROSS 1--The waist 24--' part of an 25- npron 28- i--A small stream 308--Establishes 32- 10--Combustible matter U34- feed a fire 3612--Excavated J3--A vessel or 37- tiucl (anal.) 3015--Merry ' 16--Upon 17--Straps 16--Abbreviat- 40- ed form o£ 41- doctor _ · 4320--A tough' knot 45- 22--Ncverthe- 46- leas DOWN' 1--Capture or 7--Conduct kill 8--A young 2--Form of the rabbit verb "to be" fl--Salt S--Oblique 11--A conatcl- 5--Whenever lation 6--The lobe of 12---A domestic the ear pet ·Verily -Tease -A small draft -Sheep-like -Neuter pronoun -Thick -Form of tha verb "to be" -A apeck -A fabulous bird capable of carrying elephants --A donkey -An entrance -A spring month -A journey -A rodent 14--A pen for 29--' swine 30-17--Plait 18--Assist 31-21--Roman money 33-23--A member of one of the 35-Tai tribes 38-26--Snap the 40- teeth togeth- 42- er in rage 27--An English 44-sea captain and pirate Answer to previous Through ·Masculine ' name Printer's measured A short not« or blast Name (Fr.) -Also -Do -Runic (abbr.) ·Symbol for radium puzzte: 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. 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 Ave. ·I t By William Ritt and Clarence Gray M, KALLA KOPAK,'CONTINUES BRICKS FRIEND, "HAD THE GREAT PLEASURE OF THROWING DR. EGO DOWN MY STAIR AFTER HE MADE HIS DASTARDLY PROPOSAL 3-5 "BUT EGO'S DEVILISH DESIGN DID NOT DIE THERE --HE WENT ELSEWHERE . BRICK, TOU ARE OLD ENOUGH TO REKEMBER THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC OF IOI--WELL "YEARS LATER THAT HOUND, EGO. SENT ME A CLIPPIN6 OF A BRILLIANT REPTION TO SHOW ·- HE WAS STILL RIDING THE CREST.' ' THAT IS THE STORY OF DR. EGO--DO YOU WONDER, BRICK, WHY ! FEAR AND DETEST THAT MAN ? NO.' KALLA, WE'LL DOULE OUR EFfORTS IN GETTING THE SPHERE COMPLETED.' BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE WE S AFTER VOL. GOIHCTO GE.T VOU FOR. / HE'S - ,, OF voo cno! IT'S SOMETvWAG C50TOTeV-\_ COOT NWKV POD vs MI\O «r ME . HE'O OWLV TV-HN)\ LESS OP UIM ^ HE DOES DO ? CON\C o TEL.U ME. l . I D\DN'T DO! ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON AFFE(2 I", ETTA. DONf LET THATCAa G£T AWAV OUI2 BUS THE 1 GAS; VJE'VFQOrTOFfNP ourwHose DPIVIMS GIVE EIZ.THE GUM .V NOWS OUR. CHANCE THIS NEXT OJfZVE \NHATAEETHOSE CANSTHB/'PE PULUNQOUr Op THE PUMBLE SEAT? /TS HEADING W ROAD,? HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWAN INSPECTOR WADE --I GOT IT, WADE / I'LL OFF USE YOUR TEETH ON THE KNOTS, DONWAN/ n«fiitered U. X. ttlenl O f f i c a HMrA---TIED TOGETHER, THEY OUGHT TO BE JU*T RIGHT / STAND ASIDE, DOHWAN.I AS 500N AS T GET THE OTHER END AKOUHD WAIST, I'M'OPININC THE DOOR' By EDGAR WALLACE GET ASIDE DONAVAN?HERE «T

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