Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 27, 1936 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, April 27, 1936
Page 13
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, THETUTTSv By C. YOUNG WOE A TREMENDOUS HIT WITH l4lTL.g DoV \VHO HAS MOVED IN THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY THE MAIUCARKIErc SU3SM* CM ROUTE ONE, PUT OH A C'311P1-E OF LEN S"IHS OF STOVE PIPE AND TWO ANNOY/N CD SS OM VIN DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE 10 24 30 35" 39 IS Ife 26 ACROSS ANSWER TO PBEVIOOS PHZZLB 1--Preposition 2--A small merganser 5--Possesses 8--A rustic 9--A cleansing agent 10--The art of discourse 13--Second note of the scale 14--A great quantity 15--Corpulent 17--Half em IS--County in Czechoslovakia 19--Forbid 21--Not old 23--A small bottle 24--Plagiarize 25--Crude metal 26--A continent (abbr.) 27--2,000 -pounds 29--Held a session · 30--Right (abbr.) 32--English pre-Raphae- lite painter 35--Midday 37--Sharpen a razor 38--A male descendant 39--Go 40--Upon lv O L N I H i A ' i IN »! T: i G 2. A A ^ s A . S IE DOWN W R I G L E Y ' S ) OrUM IS V REFRESHING-!] 1--Grains of barley 2--To besot 3--Crying like a cow 4--Go astray 5--Expression to .attract attention 6--River in Switzerland 7--Conjecture 8--Wager money on an uncertain issue 9--Blast 11--High estimation 12--Although 16--Group of tribes in WRIGLEY'S Burma 18--Not yet born 20--Former frontier district S. E. Hungary 22--Out--prep. 23--Public building for safekeeping of persons in legal custody 28--Negative reply 29--Sainte (abbr.) 31--Also 33--Feminine pronoun 34--Terminate 36--Preposition MUGGS McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP WHY- ER-NO! ) - AT LEAST i ^ IXDM'T THINK'SO' WHY? 1 = I'M JUS' TWYIM6 "TO i , I FI6URE OUT WHAT'S L \ J '/ CAJJSIM' YOUR HEADy^^^ X - TO PUSH UP .THROUGH YOUR. HAIR. THAT WAY OH, MUFFIN 1 ! I WASvTOS 1 TWYIW 1 TO FIGURE. ARE YOU STILL ? BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ice IT- By William Ritt and Clarence Gray BRICK NOSES THE PLANE DOWN TO UNO IN THE HEART OF THE STRANGE, METALLIC CITY 4-27 WEU IOOK AROUND--WHERE IS EVERYONE. ANYWAY? DONT SHOOT, ATAMAN.' WEIL TAKE THE STRANGERS BEFORE THE KHAN--THEY CANNOT ESCAPE BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE TO GA\hi OVAES BUT DOR\S SHALL TV4E LEAD 1SJ ^7- THAT A DETEUbAVNEtJ VJQMA.N! TvAE. MtVAORY OP T^E TOOK AOVAMTAGB C*= DORAS COPYRIGHT. 1936. CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION \T S A, GA.WITB TvAAT TN^JO CAM P\_PC-" ATT \ BUT KViENW \~V. YHTS NNVTW ME XN\LU ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON I'M NOTA1NW3 VET, IN ONLS THE STUW WAS TURNED INSIDE ' IT' LOOKS UKfe AN INSIDE JOS ID ME -- 1 HAVJENT TOLD DAD BUT I'VE 6OT MX SUSPICIONS OF \OUfZ. FI2IEND ADAM.' You'f2EABOur AS MUCH ABOUND THE HOUSE AS A CANARY ·' HOW O3ME YOU'RE GETTIN6 DID.THEl STEAL vouiz · BED? I LEFf MONEM AND A RING IN THE DESti'-AND ITWASNF TACfeH .* LOO£S MOCE A5 IF HE'S HUNHNQ SOMETHING- Bur I?E DOING THEIR. SPRIN6 HOUSE Lm CLEANING I LOOKED IN HIS BOOM THIST HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWANN INSPECTOR WADE-The Traitor's Gate By EDGAR WALLACE YOU CAN SAVE THAT ALIBI FOR. _ MONTAGUE.'--- YOU'RE UNDER ARREST, TRAYNE/ I U- GIVE HIM OUR BEST CELL. INSPECTOR/ --- SOUTHERN PQSURE I'LL BE OUTA THERE IN OKAY, UT YOU'RE GONNA HAVE A HARD TIME- PROVIN' IT f WE LOSE 1 ---. ^--' TIGER -- IF HE C©WES)/TRAYNE ISN'T UP FOR TRIAL .'/(GO ING TO HAVE A TRIAL,DONAVAN.' TlGER. TRAYNE SUBMITS TO HIS ARREST WITHOUT RE5IS- TAHCE/

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