Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 17, 1937 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 17, 1937
Page 13
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MASON GITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH IV · 1937 ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN , . , 6 E T IT FINISHED .IT ttlU. E,6THE \ LAST WOBD IN TRW LEWS'.- I IT WILL HAVE TWO COMKIKTA^LE °6?S,STOVe,SHOWER ,«AD10^ ELECTRIC ICEBOXJJBWaW AND AN OBSERVATION PLATFORM! MY ITINERARY WILL COVER ABOUT .40,000 MILES I GOSH,ID LIK6 TO GO ALONG,! COULDN'T vou FIX UP A BRAKE-BEAM UNDER IT POR N\E- JUDGE? BUT VOUXV. HAVE TO HAUL IT ABOUND WITH A CAR. OIUDGEr- OR IS TH\S GONNA a A XIOU TALK A SWELL TRAILfeR.^UDGE J THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY MUGGSandSKEETER By WALLY BISHOP, r Ho-HUM II J 3-IT COPYRIGHT. 1957. CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION ( BUT SlSTfefii'S / WAR-PATH ABOUT THE: HARDWoobJ BRICK BRADFORD --Adrift In an Atom By William Ritt and Clarence Gray ARREST THAT MAN,OTEY, HES A MENACE To PUBLIC HEALTH - - RUBBISH tt. ASHEi r^gvx HAULED TOPAVS WJNP STORM SA.VEC OTEY F OPEM/.S UP THE AIL- Daily Crossword Puzzle 20 9 / f ai E9 ·. - 1 p ff IZ 10 30 ^ 22 V 23 ACROSS 2--A blockhead20--A short blast 5--A web Scotch) .'8--Sick 10--A number 11--Masculine name 13--A lesson 14--Inured 15--Exclamation ot repugnance 18--A hostelry IT--Jewel DOWN or note 22--Benumb 24--Somewhat gray »--Carry with exertion 28--Mourn 29--Third vowel of the Greek alphabet 30--What goes with a lock walk [cgl the third 19--Event '--' person 21--To eye 25--A village 23--Nominative magistrate' plural of the (Turk) pronoun of 26--Annoy Answer to previous puzzle: 1--Ruin 2--Assumed manner 3--Quench ·t--Shrewd 5--To entreat earnestly '6--To declare void 7--Sleeping couches. 8--Prevalent 12--Increase In intensity 18--A proud or pompous 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. your SPRING and EASTER Outfit Is Not Complete Without FUR CAPES - JACKETTES and NECK PIECES Our Spring stock includes a choice selection of Silver and Red Fox, Kolinskys, Stone Martens, etc. Come in and See Them! BIG SISTER II.'H, HIKSCII PHONE 641 R. S. II1RSCI1 IMAM WSTANT THE HUSE WORKSHOP 15 PLUNGED IMTD' DARKNESS BRICK DIVES TO THE FtOOR , AS HIS CAPTORS' CONS ROAR By LES FORGRAVE VOV)'. DIDN'T I SAY KJEEDEO TO v\jiw NWAS ! BUDDY H'RAV FOR. BOOOVI AUO TWERE (\C.E OUR. ' PUT FROM HERe AMO STOP '. IF I'D Ot-JLY 8EHAME-O T54ERE. 3O^5 BE FOR N\E . N«D"f STUDYING ^NvAEM vs OOR.S .LOOK'. suopy THE SVA.OUVJD WANE 3-/7 COPYRICHT. 1937. CENTBA.L PRESS AiSOCIAT ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON OOPS/SCARE WATCH NOUO. STEP." KEEP ·' \OUf2 ESES AND EAIZS OPEN.' AND pON'r TT2UST ANM BODY. 1 NOTEVJEN SOME KIND OF A PLOT DAD Hir--THEN NOW-CAB | (~1J\ STOLEN ANDWCEOCED-- THEN NQU SURE, I KTNOW NOU SNEAfcED THE OAE OUT. SUI2E.I WENTTO PIC1C UP PHIL-I GOT A'CALL THAT HIS CAR. WAS DOW." WHEN I HE SAID HE NEMER. PHONED/ IMAGINE THAT^-, _. v Jii*j*v WEHANENO EMENlES -- HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWAN lOEft - \JET'$ HIOE. IN (\ HIM ON TrtS fboT WHH OOOH- fOOff . no. LOUI* 6fl22INI I , ILL.J INSPECTOR WADE Ktflitcrci V. 9. r«lcnt Olllct By EDGAR WALLACE THERE'S. GUARDS iVERY EXIT/ WE CAN'T GET OUT/ NOT THAT WAV B0TKOWA»G« WABf'5 HMSf /VRE-YOU . tURECF THAT?, OF COURSE, CAN'T GET AWAY.'-:- AND. THINKS TO -YOU, MISS · GRAY' GETS .CREDIT FOR ' THIS RACE--WE'RE PUTTING VENDING NfifAERRSTHOW' EXITS WERE WATCHEO-HE MUST HKVE BEEM PICKED ^ssssxss^afHSi^s's^-j^^rSf WKWi 1 ' v^

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