The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 20, 1937 · Page 13
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, March 20, 1937
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ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 20 H 1937 By WALLY BISHOP MUGGS and SKEETER AM: GOOD MORMIMQ My ~~'~ LITTLE. FroesSo V 1AY, ISKlT IT r LIKE. -W. WA! HA!! EACH SPRING EE VFftPS VOU'v^E BEEN GOIKKj TO PINISH THAT TRAILER A.NSO GO TOURING 1 WELL,MERE'S THE-ROUTE TOR THE FIRST LEG OP VOUR TRIP. ·PUSH THAT EVE-SORE OUT OF THE VARO AND STEER IT TO A VACANT LOT I TRAILER IS A FINISHING TOUCHES!-- H WV ,~- WAIT UMTIL YOU SEE IT IN SNUG AS A VJRENS NEST, AMD DECORATED IN CHINTZ I-CO;AE.,N\Y torus BUD,LOOK AT-TUIS fAAPI- LET US IN PANCY- ROAM O'ER THE NOTION IN W\Y COZY TRAILER COTTAGE! --HAW,--A MODERN MAGIC CARPET, AS IT WERE I OME. 'SPECIALLY FOR. vou, iM OUR 'LECTKUC 2f WILL BE OUST LIKE HOME TO VOL), BRICK BRADFORD ---Adrift in an Atom 3 By William Ritt and Clarence Gray UNABLE TO FIND DR. EGO WHO VANISHED IN THE DARKENED LABORATORY DURING THE GUN BATTLE, BRICK AND KALLA KOPAK HAVE ABANDONED THE SEARCH EGO CAN'T BE FOUND KALLA.' I'M WORRIED.' HE MUST HAVE GOTTEN OUT OF THE BUILDING UNOBSERVED--COME, THE K-RAY FURNACE IS NOW COMPLETED -LET US INSPECT it -v CAN HARDLY WAIT UNTIL. WE START OUR TRIP TO THE ATOMIC WORLD THE K-RAY FURNACE .' KALLA, THAT'S THE GREATEST 6NGJNEERIN6 FEAT EVER PERFORMED.' THANK W, BRICK.' -MONDAY, WE'LL rtAKE 00ft FINAL INSPECTION OF THE SPHERE SO V/E CAN BEGIN OUR JOURNEY NEXT WEEK.' THEY WON'T FIND ME UNTIL I WISH THEM TO--AND THEN HE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY HEAR. THE LAST OP IT. AT THAT MOMENT--IN HIS DARK HIDEAWAY FRANZ EGO, THEIR. ENEMY, AWAITS JjIS HOUR OP TRIUMPH .' BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE OH'.- HEL.L.O -- UELL.O,. BODDV' \NHV / HEL.\_O HOD.'IME . v4WEM VOO LOCKED ME UP! VJW5 MADEKOOGH TO FIGHT. AMD NHH^t^ VOO LET ME OOT 1 CAME OOT BLOaa I'VE BEEt-4 VOO FOR OS \Mlt-i CHAMPlONJSHlP w-r-s-i » i--i--1__ i- rw--v\j v i\vn^, v.\,^ y^"^ ^^4Mt DO WAS'TAKE IT OUT OM /B-BUDDv^N . LET we . I Kt-AON MDU'RE THAT'S TUE VJAY VOO HELPED OS HERB BURDOCK HAS HIS TONICS SO TIMEP HE BARELY MISSES DROP FROM SEASON TO SEASON Daily Crossword Puzzle ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON ETTA ."WHAT ARE YOU HEBE AF THE POLtCe STATION I HAVE A TOUGH TIME PGOVINQ THAT." I KNEW WHEN! tou eoriHAr TAKE'PHONE CALL THECfi WA? SOME DIET) WORK ArooT.' TD BE SO SEVEGE BUr THERE WEEE TWO PERSONS' KILLED IN iHis I'LLHAVETO HOLD VOU UNDER. HEA\JN BAIL- FOIZ TT2IAL." , i .'TWENnTHOUSAND A LOT OF MONEN --I'LL RAISE If SOMEHOW *ME^ ·" 1 CAM'T LErNai GOTO OAIL." ARE we IN A JAM." VJE'GE CMA06ED WirH LEAVING THE AN OUK.CAE.JVAS TAKEN ACBOSS .!!-- Fleet g 5-- By the Bide 25-- Long, ex- 8-- A low, light travaeant shoe stories 10-- Pronoun 30-- A broad, flat 12 -- From a low- tableland er to a high- 31-- Created er point 32-- A chemical 13 -- Preposition suffix -- to U-- A land form com- measure pounds 15-- The rainbow 3 3-- Artificial 17-- The organ of language smell 35-- Act 19-- Shaggy 36-- Apart-21 -- Ornamental suffix S2--A. city In 37-- That which Scotland Is earned 83-- The remnant'39-- A pussy of a tree 40-- Anguish after eut- POWN 1 -- Master -- a 5 -- Likely term used in 6-- A feminine , India .name 2-- For i ot the 7 -- Co^ordinat- verb "to be" ing conjunc- 8 -- A hand of tion eards all of S-- President of 11--Burst forth, 25--A French it ?f. a . volcan o Revolution- ia--dimb3 i--i- ' 16--A form of the verb "to be" 18--Upon 20--Bark ary leader killed by Charlotte Cord ay 27--Amid 28---An Egyptian sun god 29--Shabby 21--To cook in grease 23--Shabby ZJ--To smile in a 34--Full of ore silly, self. 35_Through-suffix 37--A diminutive suffix Si ·conscious manner Personal pronoun «-*»"= auuu 38--Proceed Answer to previous puzzle one suit fpoker) t -- Top St. John's college, An- napolte, Md. your SPRING and EASTER , Outfit Is Not Complete Without FUR CAPES - JACKETTES an'd NECK PIECES Our Spring stock includes a choice selection of Silver and Red Fox, Kolinakys, Stone Martens, etc. Come in and See Them! HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% CHIEF--9OMe OME 6t_W ^FMO HE'D BLftfk - ^E-s OF -me 01^0$ LOCKED HIM OK THE: FOOT, IF HE By GEORGE SWAN INSPECTOR WADE U. s. Patent Oftic. By EDGAR WALLACE HOW CAN I \^/ THERE'S ALL THE THfm VI THANKS I NEED, fAlSS GOSH, WADE, THEY WERE BOTH KNOCK!0 COLD/HOW DO YOU FEEL? A LITTLE DIZZY I'LL BE ALL RIGHT.' YOU, INSPECTORjf GWXV-- THE END Ttli CREEW -THE INVESTORS, GOODIE CRUMPLES UNDER THE IMPACT OF WADE'S FLYING TACKLE---

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