Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 25, 1937 · Page 23
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 23

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1937
Page 23
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 25 · 1937, ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN CANTOU IMAGINE T. "SPIDER" -2. HE FORGOT WH6.T DA.V THIS IS!-AN" HE'S TV!' ONE'WHO WROTE IT. IN TH' OP TV(\ ·BAT ROOST CLUE;, WIMSEL.F ' « ^ -- NWWORQ--TH6 ' PESTIVAU TO THE HCH-DIM TH" OFFICE OP "EXACTED - BOYS r-6X CO SE ME WHILE t MEAO IN THE BT=VlNE OF SHAME ! ·-- HXO,UADSrt'U- FETCH V FORTH THE NNST1C f STEIN AND I BEOla. IT IN TRIUMPH TO I · THE BMWEL OP BOCK] KEEPER OP TH' THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY - HE YJEf-CT ON THIS SIT C»O\VA1 STRIKE AT THE TOP OF THAT POLE ANP VvJHEN THE Boss OFFSKSf HIM ATE CENT RAISE AND MWUTES FOR UUNCH, HE JUMPED UP TO CHEE16 AND FELL. OFF ON HIS HEAD-- 'SQUIRRELiM" CUMBH?, LOCAL. LJ AMO HIS FOUe DAY STRIKE CAME. TO AN ENC TOPA.Y Doily Crossword Puzzle 6 V 6 \S V7 32. 16 : 31 \l VZ ACROSS 2--Strike the degree 5--A cup- ot Doctor of shaped . Music spoon with a. IB--Bye long handle 20--A depres- B--The color of sion between the hood for two moun- the degree tains of Doctor of 22--Apportion Arts and 24--With (corn- Letters tining form) 13--To trim and 27--Any rule oil with the or law 11--Watered by artificial ditches 12--To score equally 20--To perfume with incense 21--The color of servant 23--A digit of the foot 25--Nothing 26--A number; tingle in Wnd 27--The cry of the rook beak I 14--Weird I'i 15--Duration .. 16--A salt lake in south Australia 17--Assistance IS--The color of 32--An eagle the hood for 28--Bearings or manners 30--Puts up a stake before the cards are dealt 31--Ancient the hood of 29--An upward the degree curving: of Doctor of plank at the Library bow of a Science boat 22--A male adult Answer to previous puzzle: 1--A lofty mountain 2--Reddish- orange 3--A river of Peeblesshire, Scotland --A bishop's office DOWN 6--Land measures 7--Contingent 8--A varying measure of yarn 10--Exclamation of inquiry The Want-Ad Page of the Globe-Gazette is read by thousands 9! people looking for bargains. If you have something to sell-try them today. PHONE 3800 and ask for Classified Department. MUGGS and SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP, ALL LETS see IF you CAN! THROW A BALL H TR/AEM'LL GET -TO POT.T AlV GLOVE,!! .4 AW, AH DIMMT CHUCK IT THW JES'BE HAViM'HISSEFV....LOOK AT THAT A rn'ZZV SPELL!! OU Nlo! VO\J i LcoK. OUT! 1 . H/AR 1 .! tLMUST BLEW IT ALL. BRICK BRADFORD -Adrift in ail Atom JUST STEP INTO THIS ROOM, GENTLEMEN -1 WILL TELL DR.KOPAK YOU HAVE ARRIVED' By William Ritt and Clarence Gray BRICK ESCORTS INTO THE LABORATORY TO WITNESS THE START OF THE JOURNEY INTO THE ATOM A GROUP OF SAVANTS, FRIENDS OF KAIL A KOPAK.THEY ARE, READING FROM THE LEFT DR. HORATIO SOUTHERN, 2AOOK HARM, PROF. VAN ATTA SALISBURY, FftANZ MARTIAL. AND EWAID E. JONES THANK YOU, BRICK,! WILL GO TO THEM AT ONCE --OH, YOU, TOO, HAVE A VISITOR, WAITING BEHIND THAT DOOR.' WHY--WHY- JUNE/IT'S YOU/ OF COURSE, BRICK.'YOU DON T THINK I'D LET YOU LEAVE WITHOUT A -^= GOODBY, DO YOU 1 BIG SISTER VMEL.L- I'M OIMGED! OUT HERE KiHl G WBORHOOO* I'LL .BET -fi-\E CANNER. TfAKT'S Tv-lE MNu J INDEED VOO'RE · ' ^ t NOT! HE'S -NOT OGGHT TOT7VUK BOT»-\EfSiVXI US '. ] AMD V-IE'UU- I'VA GOXKJG OOVOK t' r BUT TvAE ALMOST RAM CVER. VOO \KJITMVMSCAR_». we OUGHT TO en. .. MAcvee ue JUST SSS CO^AE ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON LEXINGTON .. .17 jewel GRUEN. Stylish and accurate. Yellow gold filled, Guildite back....._ m $39.75 OUR ASSORTMENT OF THE NEWEST MODELS IS COMPLETE L I V E R G O O D BROS. 215 NORTH FEDERAL AYE. DONE A TAKE ETTA OVER TO .THE JUDGE-I'M TOO w HAT TOOK; VA! r Ne GODS/ HE TOOK: 1 SO LONG? r--' AWAN MV DIZINEtlS pick:iN'ouri J ^^\ \ LICENSE ."rcAN'r TOUCH AcArz'TK-LTHETRlAU/ YOU'RE ASKIN ME I'VE KNOWN YOUR. DAD FOfZVEA(2S AND I'M SORTIS TD D01H1S/- BUT ' THE CHAI2GE AC5A1NSFVOU IS SERIOUS AND IN TVl£ ENES OF "ME LAVJ GUILD MM-FATHER, \NENir HEiZ BAIL' GOOD MOI2NIN6 ^OUR-HONOrZ./ I'M MISS THE6II2LIN THE Auro CASE.' HIGH PRESSURE PETE-And OFFICER 6% By GEORGE SWAN 00? OF ftU_ THE. KLOTZ^ fOtJl^O, MOME. HPiC? WOODEN INSPECTOR WADE O. I. r»(ent Olflei By EDGAR WALLACE THE BODY OF AN OLD MW IS FOUND IN THE RIVER.---THE WACHtNERV OF SGOTLANDl YARD GETS UNDER WAY/ I W^5 SURE HE WOULD -- THIS ISN'T fvN OROIHARV MURDER, OONW/AN.' IT WASN'T A HOLD-UP-HE HAD HIS WALLET AN' WATCH -- I Stilt THINK IT'S sytctos-- MAYBE THIS GUY GAVE HIMSELF CHLOROFORM BEFORE HE HOPPED INTO THE- RIVER.£, rTHE NAME IN HIS CLOTHES IS CROMWELL -- THIS CHLOROFORM-SOAKED HANDKERCHIEF IS INITIALED WfTH EVEN IF IT IS MURDER, HOW ARE WE GONNA FIND OUT?- WE LOOKED HIM UP--HE LIVED ALONE, HE HAD NO RELATIVES^-THERE'S PLftCE TO START//" WILL DEVELOf DONAVAN/' INSPECTOR. WAOE?--'WHEN TH' SERfiEfW "fl ASKED ME ABOUT A MAN IN TH 1 RIVER " ?!\ TONIGHT; i CAME RIGHT OVER-- SOMf THIH* FUMWV HftPPtH*/, ED TOMIGHT/ By LES FORGRAVE \ «!5»HL^, rBgate^ra!s-^-^^^:isi^jL«^^!i-Ma%^-^ T s~^ .' .^ ~

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