The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 12, 1937 · Page 15
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March 12, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 12 ·§ 1937 ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN so,--ALL YOU'LL GIVE ME OUT OF THE SALE OF THE. HORSE IS THIS #S,EH'? VERY WELL,AAM3AJA. I'LL REJAEMSER THIS WHEN I FALL ME»R TO THE ESTATE OP MY 6N6L1SH UNCLE,S\P RONALD BARNABY T»UFFLe,AT BUNAY Oh! TME YVAVENEY j ·--~--L)A-/A- WOULO VOU,--AM--RAISE THIS PITTANCE: A ^EW TENCET TO--AH--SAV-- I AS ~«X GO OUT A PACKAGE ON THE STAND t WANT VOU TO TAKE TO TONY'S SHOE SHOP,-~ANQ TELL HIMTOTRV LEATHER OH THE INSTEAD OP \NWFFl_ES I THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY SLIPE -me STOVE PISHTOUTON THE STREET, OTEYS SO PERFECTLY LANCEP HE WONT SS IT TILL. AUNT SARAH PEABObY THAT THE NEW STOVE IS FOE THe -JAIL. INCOME T«Al_UAJ* AWAY TO NO-WINS THETUTTS Il4 Hfe By Crawford Young HoOSB CLEAMINI6- Daily Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 1--Sold in 19--Coloring small quan- matter ( titles , 20--A. clamping 6--Form of the device for verb "to be" holding a 8--Artificial piece of unit of tone work 10--Tlie egg of 22--Corn bread an Insect 11--Sorrow or suffering 14--Achieved 15--An imaga 12--Unusual 13--But 15--Isolated 17--A river o£ ' England 21--A Japanese copper coin 22--A tributary of the Ama- zon river, 23--Cutting tools 25--A light. afternoon meal 28--Railroad (abbr.) 15--Obstruct 18--To put on, as clothes 21--On a line with 26--Fifth sign of the zodiac 27--Age 29--Articla SO--Carrier pigeons Answer to previous puzzle: DO\VN 1--Tha birth- slone at July 2--Small, red- skinned oranges 8--Force in weight S--Old 7--A bruised spot 8--Birlhslone of March and December J i VIUGGS and SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP, BRICK BRADFORD --Adrift lit an Atom By William Ritt and Clarence Gray ISNT IT A BEAUTY. BRICK/ THE DREAM OP MY LIFE, COtttf TRUE .' WHAT GREAT TRUTHS V3U AND I WILL UNCOVER THROUGH THE MEDIUM OF THAT GIANT \ CAN HARDLY WAIT UNTIL WE GET STARTED ON OUR EXPLORATION OF AN ATOM / y THE DOOR BELU WHO COOLD BE VISITING US AT THIS HOUR 1 I'LL TAKE A RUN DOWN AND SEE--WAIT GOOD.' I'VE NEED YOU I'M RIGHT HERE, BOSS / AND THE OTH^R GUVS ARE READY TO BREAK IN ON THE HIGH SIGN A NOTION --SOON.' UNAWARE VICIOUS ENEMIES ARE APPROACHING THE HOUSE, KALUKOWK AND BRICK ARE INSPECTING THE SHRINKING SPHERE, NOW READY FOR ITS JOURNEY BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE CAti'T NMAlT POR. v-UM AKTV v . SNE'L-L, POT ISH'T n LCOK.ED HE.UER.el ALL. ver ? ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON AM I SECIN6 TWNGS.' Its PHIL SWAPPIM6 WTH HIS OLD 6IPL FEIEND SOJA ~ Dutri WORK AT. THE O2jOSS ROADS-* TELL HE THAT SNAKE GKASS is TR.VIMQ ft) CBAWL BACK; wro HIS Lire U. 1 PAT. OFf.. CgPYIIjCHT. IMT. CtNUAl. MtSS 3-IZ, SOMETIMES i SHOULD HANS. GNEN UP fOWIi- FATHER h I MENTIONED HAVING SEEM SSLVIA/TOOBAD, SHOULD HAVE EMES IN r r. THE 6AC£ OF HEa HEAD 50 SHE COULD AND H3ENDS FOK. ME .'DONF NOU EJEJZ. FOlt-fOUre. OLD PALS* ON BEHIND HE n BACK/ HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWAN ?-c7. K. 60 KlCv IF HE INSPECTOR WADE U. 8. r»tonl Ol(lt« By EDGAR WALLACE HEX/ WHAT CAUIHC CROVOM AIRPORT/TM NEVER MIND THAT. 1 THIS IS INSPECTOR WADE/ CARRY OUT fAY' INSTRUCTIONS tMMiOiATfiy/ OPERATOR/- GET ME C^BR1LX}ESHIRE TRACK. K! ONCB /- URGENT/ THIS IS A FINE TIME TO CALL, RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE BIG RACE--I---WHAT/ SAY THAT AGAIN/

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