The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 16, 1936 · Page 21
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April 16, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 16, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 16 H 1936 THE TUTTS By C. YOUNG THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY LOOK_ NOVI, BUT THERE5 THE HOME OPTHE CHAMPIONS -"me CHAMPION THE CHAMPION SOFT VJOOD VOHlTTXCK ANt THEIR Mi,w x CHAMPION CHAW .W--I8HOU15S i)T A S7BP-- USIN 80NEWEEC31.SS, ·--- FOR:A TO si5».RT A RUBBER ~ FACTORY NVA3 TXKEN BY THE LOS6 HOME sr MARSHAL, o-mv WALKER TOPAT W ttAhtfrtajwUS; XIU Daily Crossword Puzzle 4o 21 22. ACROSS 1--Surrounding 1 10--Having the power of wearin? away 12--Walt for 14--A fine, hard, white stone (arch.) or art 24--From 27--A gathering of neighbors for work !8--Swab 31--A depression between two mountains 16--Small, legless. S2--Relating to invertebrate, --suffix crawling ' animal 18--Midday 19--Signal of distress 20--Possessed S2~Witty saying 1!--Leading feature in music DOWN 33--Instruct 36--Strike out a vowel 38--Climbed upon 39^Jewish festi. val 50 days after Passover 17--Prices 20--A projection on the side of a fireplace 21--Perish j4--Eight--com. blnihg form J5--Enemy 26--A blaze 28--Young girls Z9--Queer »0--Cry of a young- chicken 3*--Against-prefix 35--A rude dwelling 36--And so forth 87--The pope who crowned Charlemagne as emperor 39--Compass point Antwer to prttioui pucilt 3--Approaches S--Crumbled bread 4--A nephew of Abraham- Gen. A ZT 8--Personal pronoun «--Title of respect In speaking to a man t--A former Russian czar 8--Virus 9--Cuts wood 11--Departed 13--Court 15--Cry of the Hove I D « N *m°m M* N m. N Satisfaction Guaranteed We are jewelers by training and experience--not as merchants only. That's why you are assured of the finest quality in our store no matter what your purchase. LIVERGOOD BROS. 215 North Federal Ave. MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP /'rtoUO STtUL," SKECTEJR-l IWAWKJA.SET A. AMD MF V6U 3ET CLOSE. To SHOW ME IMTHE GET IF A 6ET FAR EMOOGH To 5ET, AU. OF UoiMANl IM * VoU CAMTEVEM TeU- WAT J. AM I) BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ice By William Ritt and Clarence Gray ~ THERE MUST BE A TRANSMITTER BUT THATS IMPOSSIBLE OF VERY GREAT POWER NEAR PROFESSOR- NOT IN HERE 1 1 THIS FROZEN STRETCH OF THE ARCTIC/ -BUT I HAVEN'T THE SLIGHTEST IDEA GOOD IDEA, GET ANYTHING? I DO I? SIGNALS--IN SOME SECRET WHERE WE ARE--OPEN THE RADIO KEY, \~j BRICK vH IM^. VBBat CODE AND EXTREMELY POWER' IF IT'S WORKING--WE MAY PICK UP A SIGNAL WEUE GETTING OVT Of FHE STORM AREA COPYBICHT. I93S. CEHTBA1. PttES ASSOCIATION BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE:: Tv4«T'-5 THE *5VZE CiF VT ··''2i ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON MI2S, VAN 6WNION JUST TOLD ME THE GHAlirf EU/E WE HIRED IS HE/2 SON--HE ONW TOOK; THE JOB TO BE NEAE. ETTA ." ffjf " I JUST BECAUSE THAT NEW /5 NICE LOOKING |S NO REASON TO ruErWIfH HIM," WE ONLV EMR.GX HIM - HE? NOT ENOUGH ABOUr WOMEN I SEE/TITilNSTO MAKE A MATCH SHE'S TALKING TO HIM AGAIN.' Norro DUr I'VE A PLAN.' THAM CON6REJS HAS LAWS. HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWANN 5 PoT '^ Wod LOOK -TbOSH- INSPECTOR WADE-The Traitor's Gate 0. »- Patent Otflce. By EDGAR WALLACE TIGER TRAYNE GETS RID OF THE UNSUSPECTING PAS5EHGER5 4-1* SORRY, FOLKS,--THIS BUS MN'T WORK.IN' RIGHT.' -YOU'LL HAVE TO TAKE ANOTHER ONE--WON'T THIV, ORIVIR? -- HERE'S YOUR. fAONEY BACK--- WE GOT RID 0' THE SAPS/ WHfvr?-- YOU Ar4' SWIFTY CHANGE CLOTHES WITH THEM--- YOU'RE GQNNA RUN TULS U5 AN' I'fA GONNA E YOUR PASSENGER/ TIGER N\UST BE AROUND HE WOULDN'T BARS BREAK THRU TUB POLICE L I N E / P PEOPLE. MUST HAVE SEEN HI!A-- LET'S SEE WHAT THiY KNOW/ ·V i:

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