Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 6, 1936 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 6, 1936
Page 13
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY6J11936 By WALLY BISHOI? MUGGS McGINNIS By C. YOUNG THE TUTTS (SET A TtoPE. 1 . X FII-1D ^ UClEMSE OtA Hi/A A NEIGHBOR HUN6- A MA1TCESS OUfoF THE AMD if MADE "TROUBLE WHEN MOMif NfcW MONKEY WEftf OVER ANP STARTED HUNfiMO- IN IT KIM IN I'LL- Tie. HiA r y By William Ritt and Clarence Gray --On the Isles Beyond the Ice BRICK BRADFORD CIGARETTE, BRADFORD? NO? DON'T SMOKE, EH ? WELL/I'LL TELL YOU MY STORY FROM THE BEGINNING SO YOU'LL SEE WHAT I'M DRIVING AT.' By STANLEY THE OLD HOME TOWN THE WAX THEVRE SO1N6., ID BETTER RUN SJ AUD SEE IF THEY VC PUT WATER UILL.IES (A* MORSE TtaoUH 1 . TH15DOL.1-IN IDEA HAS GONE ABOUT FAR - ENOU-SB--I ill. HAVE TO A BOWL 0 s FLOVMERS IN EACH BAH!! 'BUT WE DID NOT FORGET THE WORLD-FROM OUR FROZEN HOMELAND MY PEOPLE SENT SPIES TO WATCH THE PROGRESS OF THE REST OF CIVILIZATION-- "MANY CENTURIES AGO ONE OF MY ANCESTORS QUARRELED WITH MANSU KHAN, WHO WAS HIS BROTHER, TEMUCHIN TELLS BRICK MY ANCESTOR WITH HIS FOLLOWERS WAS DRIVEN INTO THE ARCTIC--SOON THE WORLD FORGOT US By LES FORGRAVE BIG SISTER ,-5O\\OOV-iT2En- VCOR HOPHS TOD ro VJHEN MARSHAL OTBY WAl-KER CAME ON DDT1 , HE FOUND THE 1-OCM- SAftlE.M CLUB HAD DECORATSD THE-JAIL. )M KEEPMfi. WITH THEIR. '"CITY BEAliTIFUl, DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE By PAUL ROBINSON ETTA KETT S SOME JUMK^, Y)iif=oK5or ID SWEEP OFFWEFEONf POI2CH/ MEANING AD? VJERS HAVING A T(2IAL ENGAGE MENT" -If WE LIKE EACH OTHEfE ENOUGH AND ' IN EACW OTHER'S HAlE-- HOW COME" THAT BIG SEZOCIC PAKKED HEBE MUCH LATELY? By GEORGE SWANN HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6} V\OOE^-$16HTJE£IM6 TO KEEP P\ UOOKOOT fisK 6--What you use to write with 10--At the lee side 11--A molding having a section in reverse 12--Greek letter corresponding to Z 13--A hollow projectile containing explosives 14--Strikebreakers 17--A hard wood, acorn DOWN 1--A tributary 1 sippi of the Mis- 2--A beverage 21--Perched 23--Breathing: 24--Bulgarian. weight 25--Rowing paddle 26--Eventually 28--Come in 30--Province N. Luzon' island, Phil. · ippines 33--Smell 36--Peruse 37--Extract by artful means 38--What goes in locks 39--Observes MA.KES 7TME TASTE. FEEL TIDY ' WRIGLEY'S 3--Rainy 4--Green vegetable (plural) 5--Reprisal 6--Naves of wheels 7--Past S--Thread (coming billing form) 9--To enter on the debtor side of an account 15--A fowl raised especially for eating 16--City in C. Vermont IS--Noah's ship 19--New Zealand parrot 21--Upward curving of a vessel's planking at bow and stern 2---A generation 24--Hilly upland district of S. W. Missouri 27--Conditions offered 28--Builder of St. Louis bridge and Mississippi levees 29--Quarrels 31--Apis 32--A streak 34--Female rabbit 35--Natural substance containing metal INSPECTOR WADE--The Traitor's Gate Heellten"! ". B. ratfnt Offiw. By EDGAR WALLACE SURE -G-UESS YOU CAN'T BREAK." i JAIL WITH / THAT/ S ^ WHY NOT MFE5S. TiGER- -AND SAVE tH' EXPENSE OF A TRIAL? THEM .HANDCUFFS AS DONAVAN LEAVES, TIGER. RIPS A BUTTON. FROhA HIS SUIT--HE TOUCHES THE BURNING CIGARETTE TO THE THRE^

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