Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 15, 1937 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 15, 1937
Page 13
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN FINISH UPVOUTV HOMEMADE TBt\\L6R ^%| THIS SPBINa 1 ?--WM6M '* 010 YOU STATVT IT,TWO YSATS AGO, WAS NY IT 9 /" rtv WORD,--WAS rr TWO VEPSS \ I AX-WAYS SAY '.--BUT .... I WAITED UMT1L NOW YSS 4 -I HAVE SWAE INNOVATIONS THAT WILL MAKE WiY TRAILER A SENSATION! I'LL HAVE rr FINISHED THIS JUNEf THEM CU. L6AV6 ON A DE LUXE ft NOMAt) TOUR OF THE STATES AND CANADA r-AND MAYBE "ROLL A BIT THRU ALASKAA -- HM-M--UOW t PtTV YCHJ GALLEY-SLAVES CHAINED TO THE OAFIS OF DA\Ly TOIL* e l?HE Kt£L OF THE _. PUPFLE L(VND YACHT -THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY MUGGS and SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP OH,!-V CAMT HURT CK THESE^EV , . A a A l i I--- iMDESTRUCTABLEll HOIMAN A BAU.,J ^y^p-m if BOUMCE. 1 . 1 . ' S " t6 ° .. ', x, . ^ .B SEE.? \ TO THLL, VOL), WE WAS "Too A V s/s^fa. *VJ^^.^0 fn ^«^ A BRICK BRADFORD ·--Adrift In an Atom By William Ritt and Clarence Gray OTEY, ARE VOD SUBE THERE s NOT A LEFT W TOWN--1 JUST OVERHEARD A COUF"LE /M THE POST OFFICE TAUKJNS ABOUT F=IUM6 A. JOINT RBTUiaN. BEFOiaE MIDH1SMT// l ITTOOIC MARSHAL. OTEV WALKER TWENTY MINUTES To COMVIMCE AOMT SAiaAH PEABOCfT THAT HIS RECEfrf RAIDS HAD CLEANED up THE TOWN Daily Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 1--A log dwell-20--A rod used ing with a for beating thatched time roof 23--Comely (Russia) 27--A hewing 6--Parts of tool circles 23--Feminine 9--Possessed . name 10--A mean. 30--A child's person nurse In 11--A tomboy India 12--Ensnare Z2--A kind of 14--A province cap of southwest 34--Form of the Ecuador verb "to be" 15--Since 35--Past 16--Dwarf 36--The appar- 18--Residents ent ends of of Wales Saturn's 19--Organ of rings sight 37--Touchwood DOWN ':,--Brief E--Friendly 3--A. sluggish 6--Play inlet or out- 7--Rustic let from a 8--Steep, jut- lake or bay ting roclcs 4--Join, on 11--Hosea Cabbr.) 13--Pshaw! 17--A number 18--A blade of a saw 20--The cry Of: a lamb 21--A woodman 22--Rips 24--A river of central Brazil 25--A roofed theater 26--The border of a picture 28--Border on 31--An unclassified tree ot the Pacific islands 33--A short Bleep Answer to previous puzzle: The Want-Ad Page of the Globe-Gazette is read by thousands of people looking for bargains. If you have something to sell-try them today. PHONE 3800 and ask for Classified Department. for SPRING and EASTER The Well Dressed Lady Will Wear FUR CAPES - JACKETTES and NECK PIECES Our Spring stock includes a choice selection of Silver .and Red Fox, Sables, Baum Martens, etc. Come in and See Them! H. II. HIItSCH PHONE 651 n. s. KIRSCII OF THIS HERE TOY--YOU WON'T NEED IT. 3^157 c , COPVRICHT. \*. CENTRAL FfitSS ASSOCIATION WONDER WHERE KOPAK iS ? COLOSSAL/ SIMPLY COLOSSAL/ AS EGO GAZES GREEDILY AT . KOPAK'S ACHIEVEMENT. BRICK fl SCANS THE SUPERSTRUCTURE IN HOPE OF SEEING A GUARD TO WHOM HE MAY SIGNAL FOR ASSISTANCE BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE SMACK. \WTWE BASKET FIGHT, TEAM, FIGHT! ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON ITVJAS PHIL/ HISCAIZ.IS DOWM our B1 THE DIVE. INN- Bur IS5TASWGINT WE'VE BEEN IN ENOUGH Hor VATEfl. LATELM , I'M WOT TAILING ANV DOMT SEA HOPE DAD DOESNF ^ HEAR. ME SNEAKING GEE STAWD PHIL UP LIK£1VIAr. // HE'S THERE TO P/Chi HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER By GEORGE SWAN INSPECTOR WADS 0. S. Fulenl O/flt* By EDGAR WALLACE THEY'RE IN THE HOME STRETCH ' FIELD OF LOR.V - - NUMBER 2 --OWWS ' FROfA THE FAVORITE / 3-lf HE'S OPENIKG THE GAP/ WHAT AVI UPSET/ · FIELD OF GbORV CROSSES THE FINISH LINE/- W1NNER BV 6 LETS COLLECT THAT CASH/ IT'S ALL OVER--! LOST -- LYMIMJ _ ,i »M UNNOTICED IN THE EVCITEMIENT, WADE'S PLANE SWOOPS DOWN AND LANDS IN TOE INFIELD --WILL HE CATCH GOODIE--Oft. WILL HE BE TOO LATE ONCE AGAIN ?

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