The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 29, 1936 · Page 11
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April 29, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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THE TUTTS By C. YOUNC MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 2!) 19:JS AT Hfef,f CLAfcfc WAS TOOLS? o^ HEt?. CoLLESt Bo/ BUT Ht IS DEVELOPING A VERY SlU-Y S1REM. ALL HE PoES SIT AMP BECAUSE WE WONT" HOME ANJ? THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY i HDH'.',- AMP HE1SE I THOUSHT MY BPAKES WEI2E JOKEI5S AT THE JUNCTION FINALLY , OUT A WAY TO SETBD OF'"SLEEPY"'DANS TRAP LLINCH STANP OM THE MAIN ISOAt DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE (i 1 10 li l ^ 23 31 35 40 43 2. 2O ^ 2S 3 m. w,. 3 ^ ^ ^ n ^ e 3£ m Ws, m 4- \\ \A- ^ 21 ·26 37 41 44- 5 \a ^ ·2.7 S ^ 38 ^^^s W m w, m 2S 33 ^ ^ ffil 7 12 15 ^ 22. ^ 29 39 4Z 4-5 S 19 W, 30 3 "s^^S 34- Sl *.. i 1--Away X--Bleat of the sheep 7--Idle prate 10--Entire 11--Finless fish 12--Lyric poem 13--Also 14--Period included between two fixed points of time 15--Bridge term 16--First King of Israel IS--Wowan's name 19--Form of en before --1 20--Sketched 22--Two--combining form 24--A thing ACKOSS 26--"A bicycle built for two" 31--Any powerful deity 32--Sore 33--Not closed 35--Wing-like 37--Millpond 39--Pertaining to--suffix 40--End of the finger 4NSUEE To I'KliVIOUS 41--Before 42--Third letter of the English alphabet 43--Suffix used to form an adjective from names of cities 44--A support 45--Small child M O L E. S T S m w H O E W D O W fa Y n i O N ft * W S O O N m D O T C U W L Y m H 0 P $ U R 1 E L ^ B O vW m M R * ^ V E N * L m M s Y ^ F E N m L s Q /\ L ^ B U N m L L W O U T P A S m G, Q 0 D ^ L 1 O B 1 ^ A B O U T m Kl H E L ^ P E N N 1 N C DOWN WRIGLEY'S 1--Grain crop 2--Put bonds in circulation 3--Ground wheat . 4--An insect 5--Nest of an eagle 6--Hero in the "Arabian Nights" T--Nickname for sailor S--Farewell 9--Man for whom island on which Statue of Liberty stands was named 17--Sixth note of the scale 21--A fortress commanding a city 23--Produce 25--Location of U. S. immigration station at New York 27--Conscious ol 28--First note of the scale 23--Excess of the solar year over 12 lunar months 30--Daughter of Aeetes; helped Jason get "Golden Fleece" ^--Require 36--Any monkey 38--Large-combining form MUGGS McGINNIS * OH, YOU I- I WISH I DIDM'T WOVE ' so MUCH so i COULD HATE YOU !! 60 WAY!! LEAVE ME ALOME!! By WALLY BISHOP AW NONSENSE! I YOU CAM STILL MAKE. A ,_ WISH;' / ^ CAM WISH THAT HOIMAM HADN'T SWALLOWED IT!! 7 ME A W W| SHBONE AMD MOW I-X CAN'T MAKE A W/SH j =OH! BOO- WOO * 6RABBED IT OUT OF MY H-H-HAMD = M - N - SWALLOWED BRICK BRADFORD --On the Isles Beyond the Ice AS BRICK AND HIS FRIENDS, NOW PRISONERS, ARE MARCHED THROUGH THE METAL CITY ,, THEY * NOTE THEIR STRANGE SURROUNDINGS EVERYWHERE ARE THE VULTURE BANNERS FLUTTERING FROM MYRIAD FLAG STAFFS By William Ritt and Clarence Gray COPYRIGHT. 1936. CENTRAL PRtSS ASSOCIATION A' AND EVERYWHERE ARE GRIM,MOUNTED GUA"RDS BIG SISTER -BUT MOST INTERESTING OF ALL ARE THE DOMED METAL HOUSE By LES FORGRAVE \NE LL KURRY 1 ALOMG. \MHEVA I BETU FAvLS TO B UP YOU'LL BE THERE TO STfeP INTO TvAE PART. OH, MUMMY. 1 AREK'T YOU Tt-AE CLEVEREST ' THlNlG! - OARUWG! YOU'RE PERFECTLY, T P\CK BETH UP IKi EXACTLY! EMOUGH TO DELA.V YOUR. ARRIVAL PCT Ti4E THEATER. UNTIL A LATE WOUR, -s$ LEAVE VT TO ME, . I GUARANTEE MUST- HURRY TO Tv-fe CAR AND 5TART "SEE TONIGHT) TAE ENGINE DEVELOPS TROUBLE. VOU'RB TO DO? TTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON REMEMBE[2,IFTHE SHOWS up- GiQcM ISTO GIMB HIM - IF HE NEEDS' HELP-JUST VELL--IU BE WAIHNS . m FETES iAK^E TURN OUT THE LISTEN- SOUMDS \«JIMDO\M CATTLlWG s HUH-,," LOOK: THERE'S SOMEONE. AT THE- Vi/NDOW," SOME THING TELLS- ME! DONF ITS MS TEETH CHATTERING, HIGH PRESSURE PETE--And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWANN rn GLRO we. ON OFF ; -PETE. WcflH-SOT WE 5EE.N. NO LOOK To'ST L\KE. f= INSPECTOR WADE-The Traitor's Gate Registered D. ft. ra(ent YOU SHALL SEE THE THEFT OF THE CROWN JEWELS.' TURN OUT THE LIGHTS ' As THE PICTURE FLASHES ON THE DARK WALL, WADE SPEAKS "THERE IS NO LIGHT IN THE JEWEL ROOM, BUT THE INFRA-RED CAMERA 5HOW5 THE CROWN JEWELS CLEARLY' By EDGAR WALLACE "A MAN APPEARS.' HE GROPES WAY TO THE JEWEL-CASE ' * - - . " A S HE TAKES THE JEWELS THE MAN HEARS SOMEONE ELSE IN THE ROOM - IT IS HALLOWELL/-

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