The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 19, 1937 · Page 13
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March 19, 1937

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

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 19, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 19 · 1937 ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN I AW,POSTER;--CANT \OU VISUALIZE n"?-- MERE I AM, SEATED BV THE WINDOW IN MV COZV TRAILER, ON THE WAY TO YELLOWSTONE PARKS'--I A^A QUAFFING A COOL, BEAKER OF LA6ER; LUSCIOUS STEAKS ARE SPUTTEWNb ON THE BROILER. --We- HALT FOR THE MIGHT IN A PINE-SCENTED FOREST.--AMD THINK OF PC,POSTER AFRESH · FOUNTAIN TROUT FOR BREAKFAST HAVV-W-1V NOUR WIFE WANTS V3L .JLJDE \-SHE'S TAPPING ON TK" WINDOW.,--TH* OC w enni NS-TW TAP ! -GOSH, I HATE THAT SOUND I THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY I V MUGGS and SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP, BRICK BRADFORD -Adrift in an Atom By William Ritt and Clarence Gray "AFTeR MAK/N FOU1? ATTEMPTS, ANE CACH TIME VMITH THE SAME RESULT- MARSHAL. OTET \VALKEla OEOCet TO OIVE UP'HIS GOOD NEIGHBOR IOEX ANC LET THe CQVNjDY FAMICT , -fi^^ip. OWN F=AM1CT AraUMEMTS .' Daily Crossword Puzzle ·25 ·HA "31 34- ·sz. ·25 15 |O IZ ·20 22. 35 30 ALL RIGHT, BOYS --TURN THESE THREE THUGS OVER TO THE POLICE--THE OTHER TWO NEED A DOCTOR. tlV TUCID AV.IM DAI C* f l l X I C t _ BY THEIR OWN PALS' GUNS.' WELL, I GUESS THAT TAKES CARE OF THAT -- I'M GLAD YOU WEREN'T HURT, BOY.' THANKS/YOU SAVED THE DAY--(F YOU HADN'T TAKEN CHARGE V/E'D'VE LOST THE SPHERE.' SAY.' WHERE S EGO 1 HE WAS HERE AND NOW HE'S GONE -WE MUST FIND HIM.' BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE \T t-4G(XRV_V COST OS TUE. OKI-COP OF TWAf INie. wxoe OF BODOV ! I SPEMO !\\-\- M.V HAD YOUR. TAU AvioTvAEU li HOD TO MWE WE. LXXVC BUfeOV 1 . XTOVOl^'T //,, DO A. BIT OF GOOD. BOUhiD TO W\W\ SOONER. OR. \,(XTER. ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON ACROSS (2--A deep or- 21--One of the ange color Etruscan \ B--Under obll- house gods gallon to 22--Watchful- '10--Diminutive ness of Abraham 23--The celes- ·II--A statute tial regions 12--To cut down 25--Definite grass article 13--Surname of 26--Swarthy the great- 28--Inured grand- 30--Plunder daughter of 31--Skill Henry VTJ, 33--An epoch 14--Sways . maid of the 15--The period forest . . during 29--A strong, |*p| which the heavy ve- sun is.bolow hide for the horizon carting 30--A narrow- minded, person 32--God of war' and son o f · Odin beheaded 16--Exact by compulsion 18--A code-signal for assistance 19--To invite DOWN 34--A minute particle 35--The edge of an object 36--A flowering shrub 17--Appraise 19--Chewed 20--Perish 23--Crabbed 21--Periods of 12 months 26--A play 27--A beautiful Answer to previous puzzle: 33---An eagle . 1--Stoppers ; 2--Bottoms of shoes '3--Off ; 4--Not many 5--A plunger of a forcepump Greek coin 7--The post from which the steps of a stair radiate 8--A woodland deity 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. How's the time to get the watcH you've always wanted. Today you can buy a Hamilton for 33 little as $37.50. Or, if you wilt is much as $1,500. Let ns show yon these fine watches today. LIVERGOODBROS. 21S N . ' ' IN A PRETTI TQU6H J SFOr."VQlf'LLHAVE "H TOCOM9ALON6 1 ---i ID THE Police STAHOM.' THE IDEA OF OUK CAC2 BEING INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT "-· HOW GOULD If BE, WHEN If our or oy/z 6AE- \CTT2ACeDTHE LICENSE NOW WERE IN A FINE 1 JAM."TELL ME THE TIZUrt- WHATTVIE?/ mi AGE 1 TO DO, KiP ME:? HOVJ IT C30T THAT WAY-' HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWAN INSPECTOR WADE Kcililcred U. E. Falenl Oirlc* By EDGAR WALLACE TRYING to INTERCEPT GOODIE BEFORE HE CAN GET THE PLftNE, WADE LEKPS ON VENDINA'S BKCK-- 3-19 THUNDERING ACROSS THE TRACK., VEND1NA. CLEARS THE FENCE -- UNABLE TO EVADE VENDINA, ONE OF THEM is ' CHARGES DOWN UPON THE ESCAPING GANGSTERS / WDDEN DOWN, AS WADE HURLS HIMSELF AT GOODIE/

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