The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 8, 1937 · Page 11
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March 8, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, HANG ON, JUDGE I I'LL DRIVE ·EM OFF WITH TIM CANS I TWE JUDGE, IS IT? 1 TWAT OLD CHUMP OUT* ENJOYING HIMSELF OM A MORSE,AMD HIS POOR WIFE WORKING HERSELF TO THE BONE I--IF HB WAS MINE I'D PUT WHOA ,OUO FELLOW' STEAOV 1 SCAT, VOU YfcL'FlNCi DEfAONSl-COfftE, SCATTER TH5SE ._ _ . _ . _ . - -OH.BLESS WE,--I'D GIVE " SOMETHING ON .S THE KQHWOOR DIAMOND RIGHT HIS WAFFLES ! / /f~l NOW TO TRADE THIS SEAT FOR W1NG-CHA1P. IN THE PARLOR ! ~ . £ ST aoyi r-c. ft fj 1 \ o^ 1 y J U I I AIDING TO MOUMDS THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY VF VWE TAKE THE DO AWAY F(?OM,. HIM HEP EAT US WTO BANKRUPTCY IM A WEEK 1FVJE RUN A RE6ULAR CASH MARKET^ He AMP EVEEV BODY ELSE /A) VJIU-QLJIT US-SUNK HE OWES FOE MEAT HIMSELF AMP THE CREDIT SITUATION AT UI.OPPS BUTCHER SHOP ISA SERIOUS MUGGS and SKEETER ' V f o o DoMT KMoW... A\AVBE. T-'D BE SOOO ISl PICTURE.SI! HAVE- THOSE c*wlDS THE. MOVIES GoT, X HAVENi'T / ... U5TS OF PEOPLE WAVE FACE. WAS THEIR. VoO To SPEMti THe. tU COLJUDN'T PLAV A RED CORPUSCLE IKl CAPTXlM BLCOO"'.! ?- 8 CTRYRlCHiytMI. CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATIOM By WALLY BISHOP RIGHT II MA.KE. FUM OF ME 1 .! FOR. AU_ VbO KMo\A/ BRICK BRADFORD --Adrift in an A lorn Daily Crossword PuzzBe ·2S 61 21 ACROSS 1--Cliarm 4--The birthstone of September 7--To fortify 8--Any locality frequented because of Us mineral springs 10--Inside pharmacy form 15--Born: to denote previous name of a married woman 16--Wooden plates 19--Fairyiike 20--By 11--Senior (abbr.) (abbr.) IS--Moved 33--To arrange swiftly In a for contest of 14--A somewhat speed elaborate 21--Color solo, as in 23--Batter opera 2-1--A hostelry 17--New York Answer to previous puzzle: 11--A crystalline 22--Showy lustrous 24r--Refrigerate mineral 25--Coolness 12--An inscrip- and pluck · tion 26--The birth- 13--Salt: chemi- stone of cal and April DOWN 1--Messer 4--An offer 'Marco Polo 5--Banter · --author 6--Big 2--A shade tree 8--An old maid 3--Writing S--A plate of fluid glass The Want-Ad Page of the Globe-Gazette is read by thousands of people looking for bargains. If you have something to se\\--try them today. PHONE 3800 and ask for . - . ' . : Classified Department. WELL, EGO-- OUr WITH IT.' WHY WO YOU FAIL .' ii i ' y-1 YOU KNOW EVERYTHINS,DOHT YOU, SIRE? FRANKLY, KOPAK AND A YOUNG RUFF/AM WANED BRADFORD THREW ME OUT.' FOOL.' YOU ASSURED HIM OF THE VAST REWARD IF - PLEASE .' OF COURSE, t DID.' KOPAK IGNORED IT -- NOW WHAT CAN WE 00 ? By William Ritt and Clarence Gray DO? DO? WHY, SINCE KOPAK IS FOOLISH ENOUGH HOT TO SHARE WITH OS, VOLUNTARILY. HIS SECRET AND SO GAIN A RICH REWARD WE WILL WREST IT FROM HIM BY FORCE.' r-- ON THIS CAKOARETHE NAME AND ADDRESS OF A MAN TO WHOM,YOU WILL NOW GO AND OBTAIN A FORCE OF ARMED MEN WHO WILL BREAK WTO KOPAKS LABORATORY AND ENABLE YOU TO GET WHAT WE ' --r WANT -r- -- BIG SISTER . BOT ACT UEA.'Rrr ABOUT POD! SURE / HelS A GOOD .HE'S UKMAppy J SCOUT! ANVO CAUS6 HE'S NOT ON ( NEU_ SORE M\SS Tt-VE.. TEAW LOOK ;5 TREATED By LES FORGRAVE GET T ID L\KE TO VP TvAERE. NNERE OMW -SOME TO KEEP tAVVA OUT OF TvAE I COULD ·PRO/B VT. THAT COULD BE DONE!I BUT IMTEUUMG VOU vou QM I ORIOLES GOT A. GOOD ·EV-\OSN 1 .'5V-\UiCV:S ( . OUR TEAM. CAM TAKE TMEOR\OL,E.S AKV ^,000V'S GAME FOR.-TV\E :COPYRICHT. 1937,'CiNTBAL PRESS ASSOCIATION ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON THAT WAS A BfcEAIC'Gor HEF2.THE 5HOT .' x GOOD TV1ING If W/ASNF A CLOSED CAI1 012 VMt'D HA\E tJEEM EATS IN A TRAP. QOTTA WORK FAsr."N07IME TO GET HBZTO A DoCTOri .* "THArBUMPONTHE HEAD WILL KANE TO WAtr-5HE'S HALF- If) boo pursuit, ETTA MUST BE CAUGHT IMDEI2 THE S SHE HASNf COME UP.* rm/stri/ cay-- i MACHINE" SKIDS- AfJD PLUN6ES INTO DWIN6 1NIO THE MUPCN eiJOPES BENEATH "WE SUB- MEI2GEO AUTO -- HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWAN UOOKIWt KLOTZ-HE WA-S WIUU 0UT INSPECTOR WADE H t r i s t e r t d U. 8. T a l e n t O f r l c a By EDGAR WALLACE DONAWAM, YVE MUST GET THERE BEFORE THKT RACE/ WE tWSTf THAT'S THE END OF GOODIE'S PANTHERS' Mftr STILL ' YVADE-- I THOUGHT VOU WERE GONER/ THAT'S 0VIR DAYLIGHT-- AND WE'RE A NOW, DONKVAN.' COME ftLONG ' OAYUCHT/ 1 /HUMORED fAILES FROIA WE WERE IN ll CAMBRIDGESHIRE TRACK- THW WELL \V-WITH THE RACE THIS AFTERNOON/

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