The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 11, 1937 · Page 23
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March 11, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 23

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ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 11 · 1937 ---AND TH6 MADAN^ SOLO THE MORSE TOR^I25 TO A RIDING ACADEMY! -TAP/--WHY DIDN'T I THINK OF OOINC. THAT 1 ?~UM~ r WAS TOLD BY AN ARABIAN SAND-REAOER AT RABi BEL SSraz, THAT I AM ONE OF THOSE MORTALS ATTHE BASE OP A UQHT-HOUSE,'BLjr ALWAYS IN DARKNESS! .^^ ALACK,HOW ·- -- SO TH .JURY FOREtflAN WHAT'S VOuK OPINION 1 ?' -'WELLtMR. O6ELTHORPE, YOU 6UYS I GOT1T, WHY T5ONY YOU GO ON A SIT-DOWN STRIKE UNTIL YOUR VVIPE 6WES ·YOU WOULONT WORK, MOOCH;Hf=S BEEN ON FOR 2.5 YEARS THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY MUGGS and SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP, SWELLS WELL'.', IP IT MV UTT1-E FRA6M, ..AS Fount. AK\O SWEET AS EVER, x SEE. tt UEEE'S A PQJKIV TOPS. Vou, MV I VOU'RE A, BOV '.'. WHAT MAKES sweer uoveuY uu YOU SO TO you, MRS.OW6NSS I 1 . . WELJL, RIGHT Now, iris A Bicycue TMAT I WAMT FOR MV So MVJCK,Mt2S, OWEMS l .\ 7 BRICK BRADFORD .--Adrift In an Atom '^/////t^ f .i. '!//i ffZZT , tTft Daily Crossword Puzzle ·37 ·21 ACROSS 1--The birth- clergy stone of Au- 27--Attempt 6-t gust and November 8--Artificial 10--The two- toed sloth 12--Argue 13--Frames for stretching cloth flat 16--Bah! IT--The chief city of ' Nebraska 18--The Italian goddess of harvests Zl--A female sheep 22--A young dop 25--One who fakes 26--The people . as distinguished from the 28--Be sick 30--A duty 31--Leader of the "Green Mountain Boys" of Vermont 33--A little 36--Inferred 40--A baiting chamber of a stove 42--The learned and priestly caste of the Medes 43--Having circular or whirling motion 44--The superior of a community of monks sonant , served 11--The crop of (R. C C.) a bird 2--The holm- 14--The birth- oak stone of May 32--Paralyzed 15--Bombed · 18--Often (contracted) Ifl--A standard of value 20--The upper · air 22--An abyss 23--The eye- Egyptian symbolism 24--The vessel to which the host is pre- 33--Wet, spongy ground 34--A flowerless, climbing vine 35--Territory (abbr.) 37--A public carriage 38--Self 30--A word, sentence or degree (Ob,) 41--Symbol for natrium Answer to previous puzzle: DOWN 1--An cxclama- verb "to be" tion to check 7--To droop rashness 1--A number 3--A wide, shsl- Jow vessel 4--An automobile 8--Form of Ui« 8--A canal In northern Michigan (local name) , ; 8--An Anglo- ' Saxon con- a genuine HAMILTON TV. p^ffoononc, am) |«Mno b.oof. ·* fcU wafch U ,,« Mnwtinrf M *. friu. Ev,ry Hamilton (m.n'i or woman i) ho \7 of Tnopa pwelt mdu cc»«d In preciout m.iol. L«t «· ihox you then boouliful end ·Koiroto wotchej today. LIVERGOOD BROS. £L, A,,. UNKNOWN . TO BRICK AND DR. KOPAK, SEVERAL' CARS, IOAOED WITH ARMED A\EN LEt) 6Y DR. EGO/ SPEED TOWARD KOPAK'S ISOLATED COUNTRY HOME AND UBOMTORY THATS THE PI.ACE -ON THE M6HT.' ALL THE BOYS SET? GOOD -FROM NOW ON DO JUST WHAT THIS LITTLE 6UY SAYS. SEE ? By William Ritt and Clarence Gray I WILL RING AND ATTEMPT TO GAIN PEACEABLE! ENTRY WH!CH. OF COURSE. W/tL 8E RffOSEO"--v AT MY SIGNAL, THEN, LET YOUR MEN OPEN FIRE.O BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE IS A CRAXV Op A JOKE I MUST SAX! VEP 1 . AMD -ra^T TUE CROUD'S CAKk B5 T^tVV^\tv\EO NNlTt-ApCrt -r BOOO^'S VAEljs! } *= SAV, FC?RT?4e LCMEOP GYM SUIT VS HUL. STA.X- TaERE A^. WAME T»4E K-EV QLJDDV? GAME TO -STAJZr! LOCKED ON WE OF IG BUTANJOTE LOOK.POR rr ETTA KETT / I TESTED THE OltONTHE (2OAD-- ITSTHesAME AS.THAT IN THESE CANS/ ^^y Bixriwcocs NOT A FINQEriPElNT ON THEM; EVIDENTLY MA^TER MIND WAS SMARf ENOU6HTD By PAUL ROBINSON J I MK5HT HAVE KJjCWM '--| THAT."ANNONE.V1HO COULD h THINK: UP THIS PLOT WOULPNT BE PUMS £NOU5H TO LEANE I LJ I fOROTTOTEU. ^iOU-ACAlZ ALMOST tiW. HAVe TO BE MOI2E. S THEraE IS 5OMS AFOOT/F\KSriHE1 ^ ICMOCA; OMETi Voufi DAD, AND HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% $fW, C H I E F -- I VORHTTb 1 IT I^M'l By GEORGE SWAN NEW ... .) TOE-TQDAV . SlOofWUTaN, IHO , HOBS* RELLVlUE, lit.. PfTfff INSPECTOR WADE By EDGAR WALLACE THEY'RE TAKING THE BRUSH JUMP/ BLARNEV NUMBER 6, IS FIRST/ NUMBER ONE--VENDINATM AND 2--FIELD OF GLORV--RIGHT BEHIND OOPS/ THAT WAS A NASTY SPILU THERE'S Y YOU'RE WRON? NOTHING 1 DONAVAN/WE WE CAN Jk CAN DO DO/ Hr SOMETHING/ UP HERE? YOU'RE CRAZY/ IWAS CRAZY *--^ DONAVAN--NOT TQ THINK OF IT

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