The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 10, 1937 · Page 11
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March 10, 1937

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

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ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN WELL, t GOT WD OF THE HORSE " TODAY I-MY BROTHER ALF SUGbeSTEDTHAT I SELL IT TO ft ·RIDIN A,CAt)EKYY, WHICH I DID,-~AND THEY GAVE ME^IZ FOR THE HORSE,SADDLE AND BRIDLE \ BH?--YOU SOLT3fw"r BIRTHDAY GIFT TO VOU 1 ? --FIE, WOMAN 1 .--PtEH ·tOU ·BARTERED SENTIMENT R3R MERE SILVER '.-. A H -- H O W THAT HURTS ME' WHAT AM , ADDLE TATEO OAF, THAT T DIDN'T THINK OF SELLIN THE STEED TO A ·RIDING WHY DIDNY I GET THAT IDEA"? I OUSHTA STICK CLAY PIPES IN NW tARS AND OFFER N\Y HEAD TO A SHOOTING. GALLERY f THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY IF IPKNOVJN'IT W WAS YOU f?AC/MS WJ CHANGE THE THE T R A C K ) ' ) SINAUS-- COME_ ON C.UKE-V1EVS SOT TO GET GO/M -I \VAMT TO BE HOME ONTJMS ITS SINAl. TOWER MAN .PUN1- PORSEY STRIKE ALU STARTED VVHEM THE NO.I7x.lN A PhAVFUU 1 , MOOD OFF HIS BICYCLE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 10 · 1937 MUGGS and SKEETER AW. ODMB OM;ROCK* 11 ^ \ you oueMTA Be ASHAMED! AREM'T Vou QOIM' ~ro OFFER 3Kee.THR A ^ Piece. OF VOUR CAKIDY? Go ON!'. tx AS I SKEETR V6UR. C AMDY'.! By WALLY BISHOP. X BRICK BRADFORD --Adrift In an Atom Daily Crossword Puzzle ACKOSS 1--A river In 20--A drinking Switzerland cup 4--A substitute 23--Chill 6-^Tcase 24--Up-9--An award. prefix XI--The birthstone of June 13--A music direction--it is silent 14--A French marshal-brother-in- . law of Napoleon 16--The watch pocket in the waistband of 25--^To roam about idly for diversion 26--Clamor 2T--The peep of a chick 30--To turn aside 31--Discontinue 38--Excel 39--Being above 40--Little 41--The head (slang) trousers 42--Thrice-19--Spurt muaic di- rection DOWN 1--Having abil- 4--Fixed ity to do 2--The blue anil yellow macaw S--Eventually 10--The letter Z 12--A firearm 15--The birthstone of the month of October 16-^A fruit 17--Peruvian plant 18--A layer 20--A chart 21--One-combining form 22--A breach 28--India (poetic) 29--Vim SOr-To plant 31--A tint 32--An Indian of a Shoshon- oan tribe 33--2,000 pounds 34--A slice 35--Likely 36--Observe 37--Go aalray Answer to previous puzzle: 3--Jurisdiction --suffix 5--To cheat 6--A fish with a spearlike snout 7--The eye-Egyptian. ivmbolism IT PAYS TO USE THE WANT ADS A Large Stock of Spring Furs For Milady's Spring Wardrobe! A Choice Selection of: CAPES JACKETTES NECK PIECES In S.lver and Red Fox, Sables, Baum Martens, Etc. H. H. Hirsch PHONE 641 R. S. Hirieh BRICK, WORRIED 8Y THE THREATS OF - OR. EGO, HAS BEEN SECRETLY CRILLINS THE MEM WHO ARE BUILDING THE SPHERE DR. KOPAK IS UNAWARE OF BRICK'S PREPARATIONS MR.BRADFORD, THc BOYS SENT USASACOWIITFEe TO FIND OUT HOW WE WERE COIN'? FINE.' BUT REMEMBER.' K£EP YOUR WEAPONS ALWAYS ABOUT YOU/ HMM.' HE'S TOE FOURTH ARMED WORKMAH I'VE NOTICEDTODAV--WHAT'S UP? , BRICK WILL KNOW.' AMD CAW YOU TELL HE, ] SURE.' THE Boys NEED By William Ritt and Clarence Gray BRADFORD, WHAT IS THE MEANING OF THIS? RECREATION SO I ORGANIZED THEM INTO A SORT OF PISTOLTEAM-- TMT'S ALL./ KALLA KOPAK IS SUCH A SWELL GUY I HATED TO] FIB TO HIM BUT, THEN, HE'D NEVER BFLIEVE IT IS REALLY NECESSARY FOR US TO MAINTAIN AN BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE 5 A.V'. BUS1MHS yOUfZ SHIRT M STOKE ROOM " VT'S LAST A,CT VOR- ME ! GET BOVS IKiTO CVM. ANiO GET IT. EL.-3B X CA.M OP.XUL. ©H ALOMG ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON ITS DAft AS THE IN SIDE OF' WE1LFINDTHOSEO1L CANS TWCI TOSSED OUT OFTHAT CAI2 IF IfTAICES ALL NKSHH* VOU TAKE ONE SIDE OF THE POAO --I'LL TAKE VJE'LL JUSTCArcr2N EM BACK; TO THE LAB ON A STI2INS, SO ASNOTTO DETPQN HERE THEY FINGERPRINTS HUMBEfl ONE 3'IQ P£C u. S TAT. O f f . CQpyRiCHT. 19S7. CEI1TRA HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% NoTucK t/e, WE'LL FINO Tims' HITH ft IF HE'5 IN By GEORGE SWAN , w.cr. RlCHARP BEt-L£UlLLE, ILL COP«; CH r. I7i?. C£N1«AL fRESS ASSOCIATION INSPECTOR WADE R e t l i t e r e d V. S. r » l e n l O f l l c i THEY'RE PARADING OUT / VENDINA NUMBER. ONE, 15 THE FAVORITE---BUT THE ODDS ON NUMBER 2 FIELD OP GLORY, HAVE DROPPED GREATLY-- By EDGAR WALLACE TH' ODDS ON OUR NAG ARE VW\Y DOWN/ SO WHAT? WE PLACED OUR BETS BEFORE THEY DROPPED/ LL BE THERE IN TEN MINUTES/

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