The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 10, 1936 · Page 13
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April 10, 1936

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, A P R I L 10 193(5 LIFE'S MELANGE ) By MELLANG ~ ~ ~ , "Good night! An' we sneaked in!" THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY JUST SECAUSK YOU* SRANtS PAPPY VVAS SEWEB UP IN VJOOULY THIN4^. IS NO REASON You HAVE To CARRY CN THE. FAMILY CUSTOM ANO SUFFER IM EM "TILL MARSHA1. OTEY WALKERS HPAV1ES CAME IN FOR A VEI5BAL BAfeRASE FSOM T1E SHARP_-ro«GOEl AUNT SARAH PEABppY Doily Crossword Puzzle Z. 3 A- 3 12. ·4-1 I--Wise men 6--A famous southern drink 11--Only 12--A kind of silk fabric IS--Cast 15--Frozen yapor falling in flakes ACROSS 9 10 65 pronoun 24--Participated 25--Myself 27--A salad green 28--Belonging- to me 30--An inlet of the sea 32--A Scandinavian coin 16--An undevel- SS^Fifth sign of oped flower the zodiac 34--Chilling 36--A tuft of yellow feathers valued in the Sandwich islands 37--Henry Ford's Son 39--A kind of saw 40--A conflict 17--A broad, flat-bottom ferry boat hauled ty a chain 18--A single spot on a card 20--A hypothetical force supposed to pervade all nature 21--A fine net fabric 23--Masculine R. V P S DOWN 41--A metallic, ringing sound WRIGLEV'S MAKES The TRIP MORE. PLEASANT WRI© LEY'S 1--A little boy who ate an enormous number of pancakes 2--Loudly 3--A precious, yellow metal 4--Terminate 5--Compass point 6--Justice clerk (abbr.) -Biblical city (poss.) -Feminine name 9--Era 10--An American fly- catching bird 14--Wavers 17--A pack animal 18--End 21--A customary rent paid by a tenant --(Eng.) 22--Goddess of dawn 25--Staffs used as ensigns of authority 26--Eat away 2S--A cucurbita- ceous plant 29--Juvenile 31--Greatest 33--Goddess of the moon 35--Permit 36--Goddess of death (Norse. myth.) 38--Behold 39--Tierce (abbr.) MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY RISHOE COME. O HOIMAMI YOU CAN'T STAY UPSTAIRS ALL YOUR LIFE; ae AFWAID- 60, HOIMAN! HOIMAMl ''·ftriif « COME ON !! BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ic« By William Ritt and Clarence Gray WE HAVE JUST ABOUT ENOUGH GAS TO GET HOME. TOO.' AND THE MOTOR IS IN THE GREAT HALL OF VALHALLA RESOUNDS WITH JOY AT THE MARRIAGE OF THORA, SISTER OF THE KING, AND SIEGFRIED, NEW EARL OF JOTUNHEM LEAVE TOMORROW. THI NEXT DAY BRICK PUTS HIS . PLANE IN SHAPE FOR THE FLISHT HOME BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVB \E5,NAV DARLING. AMD, THE DOCTOR.SAYS YOU MAY FJCTURM TO SCHOOL -TO AB\GGER AUD\ENCE TH/XN THE ·SCHOOL. . COPyftlCHT. 1936, CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCfAT/ON REMEMBER MRS. DfW, WHO BECNME SO KNQRX HER OAUQHTER'S ILLNESS KEPT HER OUT OF THE SCHOOL- PLA.V , p WEU; ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON HEY SIS." CONGRATULATIONS » IMA6INENOU AN HEIRESS !.'.' AN AISLE- RABBLE; TWENPf MILLION BUCKS." YOWEE/'SOME PILE OF JELLS BEANS MONE.N TILL I MAI2CT - guT WE'RE LWE IN THE: MANSMON FIFTS Do \NESTARr SPENDING ir, ITS UNANIMOUS: INCS POOLS-- ATEMCAC 6AI2A6E-- SO 5TAET PACKING. HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER / By GEORGE SWANN INSPECTOR WADE--The Traitor's Gate D. B. ratcnl Offln. By EDGAR WALLACE IT'S LOCKED FROM THE OTHER 5IDE--WE''LL HAVE TO SMASH IT/ --HSRE ©OfS f OONAVAN/ , . TIE JEWELS. F L I N T / - -THESE GUYS WOM'T NOTICE US -- WE'LL GET AWAY THRU Ttti WE CAN T HOLD OUT LONG, TIGER/ STAY BACK. DONAVAN HE'S GOT A TOMMY UN/ THE GUNMAN'S SHOTS SET OFF THE FIERCE BATTLE-

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