Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 15, 1936 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 15, 1936
Page 11
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. APRIL 15 ·§ 1930 THETUTTS By C. YOUNG THE OLD HOME TOWN [VJHQA'I-- HERBS THE OFFICIAI PHDToRAPH OF THE j-- t SA | O THERMOMETER. OF THAT/ 22 ! COLD CAf-- IT WAS jS 39 12 ANO NOT AS L.CW / BELOW AS YOU BOYS ,,/ AT MY ' SAY "X, CLAIM'.'./ HOUSE T i7 . ( , --^ WAS :'/ ^ 34.'. I By STANLEY THAT PUT EM IN THEK BUCKET;' MR EDITOR." ALEFTOVER BL1ZZARO ARSUMHNT IJ THAT HAD THE 1 DIE HARD SOCJA:-CLUB MEMBERS AT EACH OTHERS THROW WAS QLMCKI-Y SETTLED BY THE" EPITOIS. OF "TMI5 CLARION c Daily Crossword Puzzle 12, 2S 26, 3 IA \a 27 \2. ACROSS JlNSlVKK I'D TKEVIUIIS I'UZZLi 1--The king who turned everything he touched to gold 5--Worn out 10--British peninsula and seaport of Arabia 12--Never (contr.) ting hat 22--Sun god 24--Greek letter corresponding to N 25--Eggs (in widest sense) 27--Bad--prefix 29--Incite on 32--Aristocratically 13--In a political 35--At sea marner 16--Turkish weight 17--At hand 19--Half em 20--Fragrant (naut.) 36--Part of page left after check is removed 37--A shelf H D R m 1 I T I C ^ C DOWN 21--A close-fit- 38--Hurry 1--Charts mode 2--An artificial 13--Calcium-- WRISLEY'S ON YOUR MIND 14--Sign of the 34--Masculine WRJG LEY'S THE PERFECT GUM language based on Esperanto 3--Pondered 4--A bird of the cuckoo family 6--Of each: prescription · term 7--Young offenders of the law 8--Snake-like fish 9--Those in ravor of prohibition 11--Similar symbol 18--Affirmative vote 19--An age 23--Scat of Baylor university 25--A precious stone 26--A.n urn 27--Third note of the scale 2S--Chinese weight 30--To gorge 31--Variation ol "gibe" 33--A torn frag. ment MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP, '.THEY HAVE A. WV5 _ . ,,._. THREE OF VOL) ^ ,-5HOUU BE ABLE TO n-! f?A.iK\lKi'niiTl\ KEet; LS? y WITH TWo ITS RAJMIM OUT] V---^^-, PARASOL _... i WAV A, \ ,.fu;m,fco so PARASOL OF AV/ fe^M ^,"^1 OWM T£ TXKE. TO / C ^C'^fiA THEM 1 AMD ALWAYS GET ME BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ice William Ritt and Clarence Gray WE MUST FLY BLIND FROM NOW ON AND TRUST TO LUCK.' THE INSTRUMENT BOARD IS WRECKED-- GIVE DAD-DAD: YOU ALL RIGHT? QUICK, JUNE.' GRAB THE WHEEL BEFORE WE CRASH.' ME THE CONTROLS AGAIN, JUNE.' ^ai* v BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE WER -SCV4etv\e TO OP FOR-XT. ·5VAe.V4IV5 r-OWOO-5 COULDM'T GET HEt5. HftMD'o O^ OUR PVR'ST T\^AE. AVAD ABO OP TvAVS I'NE FOUMD out v v I SUSPECTED YRIGHT. 1936. CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION By PAUL ROBINSON ETTA KETT YOU SEEM TO HA\E MADE QUIfETA HIP?SHE DOESNT- JU^PECr VOUBE MS JON-ONCE THEM HIRE NOU. TO NAKfe WVE HEE/ __, ME?. VAN BUNION .-I If WAS SWELL OF NOU 1 TO LEf YOUIZ CHAUITEU)2 1, D12IME MP TO THE MOVE -- I HE'S SMOOTH-CAREFUL I DON'r STEAL HIM ." I IN LUCK:,* NOW THAF THERESNOBODS I VJOULD I2ATHEI2.SEE HAVE HIM,THANW MY OEAE, VAN BUNIONS HAVE, LOSE--TM THEIR. MONEN THEV CANT AFroiZD TriEIIZCHAUFFEL/a;,,"SO WE'LL JUST LIKE IN THE MONIES HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWANN HOW To Pi CSOOK VOHM WOO ONE. INSPECTOR WADE--The Traitor's Gate Krtl«tcrcd V. 8. 1'alinl Ulflre. By EDGAR WALLACE YOU'LL FIND OUT WHEN WE GET'THERE/ --STEP OH rr/ QUIIT/ -- OR. I ' L L TAKE WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO D O ? KEEP Y_QJJR IjfiNDS QN WHEEL/ GO UP TWO BLOCKS AN' TURN DOWN TH' SIDE STREET.' WATCH YOUR-STEP GETTIN' ON, PLEASE/ YOU GET A CARE OF TH 1 HOtI IN YOU LIKE A WHI6HMOT/

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