Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 28, 1936 · Page 14
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 28, 1936
Page 14
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 28 M 1936 THE TUTTS By C. YOUNG MUGGS. McGINNIS By WALLY BISHOP r SAW FIRST BRICK BRADFORD By William Ritt and Clarence Gray --On the Isles Beyond the Ice IDOK-TWO MEN HAILING US.' THEY'RE ARMED/ I PERCEIVE YOU ARE EITHER AMERICAN Oft ENGLISH~SO ! TRUST YOU UNDERSTOOD ME.' DON'T WORRY, JUNE--WE'D BEST DO AS HE SAYS' THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY GIRLS, 4OKEY6S 1C AILM A6AIN- I TH/NK YOU VWJMIW FOLKS BETTER PITCH IH AMP FIX UP THE FLOWER SE£?S AEOUNP "THE DEPOT - ITS A GOOP poe-me LOOK AX SICK ANt MISERABUE AS YOU CAN, DAD, MEBBE HC CAN TALK "EM INTO KEEP)N6 THE GRASS CUT AROUND THE. WATE1C TANK, TOO.' CWYBICHT. 153S. CENTUM. PUBS ASSOCIATION BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE AM, MY DEAR! WON toEerr voui I MU-ST TEVX YOU I'M SEKIOWG MY CAR s~ CORNS IS R\GUT BHTVA SHOULO- UE AST T CAM DO TO HEUP \S 'LL. se. \WA\T\MQ! AH.YE-S, OH, MRS: THEATER; TOMORROW N'lGHT. v=a _ ..^ 6E. GRAND! ON MUST DO WYPART. IF -SHE ONLY V.UE\N VT . OFS tOOLITTLE HELPED Fly TMINS.S SO STATIOH A»EMT COCKEYES \MIL1. HAVE MOWS TIME To LISTEN IN ON THE BALL. 4AM E THIS SUMMEU DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON HI PI H I / H O W S 1 BONFIRE 7HIS FINE MOON- ueHr A GUI26LAH. HAS INTO THIS HOUSE TWICE -- TONienr WE'RE SETTING HIM. GOT IF FIGURED OUf HES GOIKGTO BKEAIC INKD THIS IZOOM TONIGHT - AND NOUEE TO TAOCXC HIM.* ME WONr GET 3USPICJOUS IF WE Sir HERE IN THE DARK:AS \FVE'HAVE A CATE / V3UPE TO HOLD HIM TILL THE POUCC COME.? V3ULL HERO NAME IN THE PAPER/ DONTUSE ME BAIT- I'M THIS COMES IMDETHE AW, LISTEN. ETTA - THIS IS A JOB POI2 THE POLICE HONEST: WITH A NICE SLAOC* BoEDEE AlZOUND ir" HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% A knot of ribbon. 28--Lawful 29--Jump on one foot il--Substantive pronoun 32--Electrified particle 83--A speck 35--Exterior --Personal Pronoun 19--Chinese By GEORGE SWANN ear 26--With--prefix 27--A gas filled bag that floats in air ser \T - -SToP G ROGER V ACROSS 1--Quicksilver 6--Expression of disgust 9--A gentle breeze wuaLB in 10--Nickname of 29--Aperture former home 30--Fortiffed run king: 11--Low Dutch (abbr.) 13--Twice-prefix 11--A flint-lock musket 15--Goddess of dawn 17--Level 19--Puffed out 31--A breach . !4--Seat of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Part of ttit residence SI--A woman whose husband has died '4--Depart 36^A note of ths scale 3T--Band to confine atavw of a cask »S--A heavy hammer ·10--A Canadian Province fabbr.) «--LiQuefyins: 12--Property a wife brings her husband In marriage t--A disease of hops 16--Readily 18--Mercenary 29--Like--suffix 31--Wholesome 22--Beside 23--Confining to a small space SS--Lord lieutenant (abbr.) An«w»r to previous pu»U DOWN 1--Annoys 5--Same as (2) 3--An Egyptian 6--A dance step 7--A Japanese sash S--Norse goddess of death 10--A small. slightly sweet sod *--A baby bear 4--The angel represented as regent of the sun, "Paradise Lost" cake B A R i_ E V C o R N s Y W H 0 N O R fa T O Q ^ B E T w U 1 T ^ O Kl c O T ^ U M O R N ^ M O O 1 N C, % N O *8 w E R R ^ Q ^ O m s H £ v/ ^ \ F ^ P R ^ s o KJ '// S c A T H E W E N P H O ^ T A 1 ^ S T c ^ A A R ^ A N A, T ^ O ? P F C U L. A T \ O N DEPENDABLE Watch Repairing DIAJSIOND SETTING CLOCK ana JEWELRY REPAIRING All Work Done by Trained Worlcmen. No guessivork. We Pay Highest Cash Price for Old Gold 215 North Federal Avc. INSPECTOR WADE-The Traitor's Gate Ecslsttrefl 0. 8, Tatcnt offlte. WITH TIGER TRAYNE IN JAIL, WADE TURNS H I S ATTENTIQJ TO UEUTENNO HALLOWEU. /DON'T ( WORRX MISS RUISUP/ HE HAS STARTED. INSPECTOR WADE/ CAN'T YOU SAVE H I M ? By EDGAR WALLACE LIEUTENANT UAUOWELL, YOU ARE ON TRIM. FORTHETMiFT O THE CROWN JEWELS HAVE YOU ANY WITNESSES ? 'ONLY OH THE NIGHT Of THE THEFT, LIEUTENANT HALLOWELL FOUND THE JEWEL-RQCM OPEN -- - H E WENT IN -- THERE WAS ONE WltMJSS TO WHAT HftPPgNiG IN THAT DARK RQOIA /

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