The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 24, 1936 · Page 13
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April 24, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 24 By WALLY BISHOP MUGGS McGINNIS THE TUTTS OHOOo! CAREFOOL LAD! IT'SWERfW - WERRA SUMSITIVE 1 HOOT MOM! I'M A WEE MITE HONDYCOPP- ED'I 7 '^ \$ CPfeATfeFl^- R5fe PA-P^ INtERfctTlN - . , AM6U!! HOW ARE YOU? I HAVEN'T SEEM Y°LJ IM A6S1'. 1 . HOW ON EARTH DID 150 IT? MOXIMUM AfAOUNT GOT OF A TUBE o'TOOTHPASTE!! y*^ \ Ritt and Clarence Gray By William On the Isles Beyond the Ic* BRICK BRADFORD ANYWAY. WEU NEVER GET HOME I WISH I KNEW. 1 I THOUGHT I WAS 'LOOK AT THAT INSIGNIA, I WHY THAT WAS THE SAME KICK-A BLACK VULTURE/1 SYMBOL ON THE aAG OF OIW.IV n ou-i»r. .v- -·· j B AIM« «T«TIAM WLJITLJ JUST WORRYING AftOUT IT--LET'S . FAMILIAR WITH THE AIRPLANE SYMBOLS CONTINUE FLYING IN THE DIRECTION WE STARTED OF ALL NATIONS BUT I DONT KNOW THIS ONE.' THE RADIO STATION WHICH FIRED ON US, REMEMBER? By STANLEY THTOLDlHOME TOWN TTgRSfANOTHEie CLEANER ""T/THOPE HE DOBS VJEU- BE AU.THROIX5H By LES FORGRAVE BIG SISTER BVJT.^V PREOOOS, vou -sriuv. ^HW- vooRpp^wr w^-t ·SVAOXN^EFOPE. FlWt. AUD\tTJCE ·so IVOOOOTR.VSO WdWT Hf\t»TvAeV. AUNTT SADE PKYOR BfCAREFUl. PLANNING HADHERVIHOUf HOUSE CLEANED FOR; VIRTUALLY DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE By PAUL ROBINSON ETTA KETT HE'S UPTO SOMETHING A ND I'NE GOT A HUNCH HE'LL SHOW HIS HAND u£S BEEN BI2OADCASTWS COME ON,ETTA,LETS SWIMS ONE BEFOEE THE OIZCHESTEA FOLDS UP. I'M TlPED-THlMIC NOT EICM ver." i ONLS /SET UNCLE'S FORTUNE IF .'WE LAWNEB JUST LETS US LIVE HEEE EATHEE IN THE QUILTS ADIO?.' ASEMEwr ANNOUNCED? ACKOSS Immense 20--Feminine 4-- To break camp Beer with a By GEORGE SWANN HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% 9 great deal of body 10-- Gold specks on a white surface 11-- Egg-shaped 12 -- Sun god 13 -- An exhibition 15_To obtain with difficulty 16 -- Heating and cooking apparatuses 18 -- Fourteenth letter of the English alphabet 19 -- Number of strokes allotted to a hole (golf) name 22--The associate of Joshua in spying on the land of Canaan 24--A Scotch youth 26--Old salts 28--Any obligation 29--Behold! 31--An old- · time dance 34--Primeval 36--A peat bog .,..- ,,--37--Greek letter 43--Exercise corresponding to P 38--Tumult i--Diversify 40-Old English IJ^S* (abbr.) 3__c 0 mpass 41-Dned sap p 0in f " n . t '; e ^ 4--Number of 42-Cned like * animals herded together for driving 5--Of the complement-- prefix 6--A salutation ·WHEW YOUR. TASTE. IS DRV --TRY WR.IG LVS Mary 7 -- Create 8 -- Ample 10 -- Exclamation of surprise 13--A current 14--A hole in the ground for drawing water 16--A seasoning WRIGLETS PERFECT G U M 17--Slabs'of split rock for roofing 19--Father 21--Horizontal opening to a mine 22--One of two recognized units of heat 23--Rim of a cup 25--From--prefix -A cap worn by unmarried Scotch girls 30--A medley 32--Employ 33--Tempo 35--A river in Scotland 37--Deposit 39--Type genus (abbr.) 41--Depart INSPECTOR WADE--The Traitor's Gate BeiUtind 0. f. P*f«»t By EDGAR WALLACE THE CROWN JEWELS WM BECAUSE ARE BACK. -- - THE / / H 6 W A S REST OF THE GANG'S Woi»lJY,TOq IN JAIL-- WiLY WQSE ABOUT TJER TRAYJiE? f A I S S MONTAGUE . NOT HERE, I ^ TELL YOU / THE W A Y / YOl 'T TELL WE HUNCH- WE'LL /AAKE ANOTHER ON 01 AH A MONTAQUi / HOW ARE WE WING TO FIND ? SUDDENLY A APPEARS IN THE "DOORWAY LEVELS A REVOLVER, AT WADE AND PULLS THE TRIGGER/ in 9:44.8^ I Bclve Bean. (CnnMnnrd ott Tacc

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