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February 19, 1954

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

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F»b. M»«on Oily OJo«-C»z«IU, Maion Clly, Here and There- News of Your Neighbors in North Iowa and Minnesota l ( 0 :'" I'," 1 J l t e HKADFOR13 . have since school started. , Am. CHESTER--At a board meeting -· and ft{r - s - wll ° is employed in hcrc ' and Mrs. Louis Kraakcvik. , t t\-. n r\ i ... i -- . »ivKnu K ··.u.niimEm -- i-nunus 01 Mr. am ofthcCheslcr Telephone Exchange, Mrs. L. Af. Do Hour had a fare- ° U l * r ' Melcr wcrc f · - - - -- · · · ^r * t V A V . I W i, I (J rcmrecl for the sixth consecutive year as operator and manager. KUDD--Whilc William Pucschcl was working in the Hoover Hatchery he suffered a severe injury lo the back of his left hand which has laid him up for the past week. SPILLVl'LLE--Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Novak returned from n vacation trip to California and Mexico. A L E X A N D E R -- M r . and Mrs. Art Peters and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny l i o h m a n and daughter Melimla went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1. \V. Borryhill and f a m i l y at B u f - falo, N. Y., and visited Mr. Hcrry- hill who Is a teacher there. Last year the Ucrryhills were here. LITTLE CEDAR--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winters returned from Turtle Lake, Wi.v., where they had been c a l l e d . b y the serious illness of Mr. Winters' sislcr. FERTILE--Mr. S. L. Sanderson, , 4 \vho suffered a stroke and has spent several weeks in Mercy Hospital, Mason City, was able to be brought home recently. STACYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Strornbohn were pleasantly surprised when a large group of neighbors came with baskets of food and helped them observe their 20th wedding anniversary. OSAGE--Cpl. Claire Bolandcr of Ft. Riley, Kan., visited at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Myron Malone. Cpl, Bolander is a nephew of Mrs. Malonc. OSAGE--Mr. ami Mrs. Norbert Ncuerbcrg and sons, W a d e n a, Minn., r e t u r n e d Wednesday t o their home after spending a week at the Mrs. Charles Mandlcr home. SHOW YOUR SMILE! , LYLE ' TM«"-Wal(er Hall fell from the rooc vf hi« house which FERTILE -- Robert Kraakevlk, eapolis LATIMER--Friends of Mr. and . for them at Ihcir home, Mr. and Mrs. De Hour are moving to L a t i m e r where they built a new home. LEROY, Minn.--T. Hancock submitted to surgery at the Charles City hospital Tuesday. NOKTHWOOD - Guests in the Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Iluber home are Mrs. Phillip Huber and son, David, of Chicago. WODEN--The 2;Hh wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Hornard Devine was observed recently. FENTON--Mr. and Mrs. Mcrvin Priebe are the parents of a son born Feb. 15 at the Holy Family Hospital, Eslherville. FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. David B e c k m a n accompanied Mr. and Mrs. K a l m a r Johnson of Forest City on a sight-seeing trip to Florida. LAKE MILLS--Alfred Moe returned from St. Petersburg, Fla. He accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Horvcl to Florida where they plan to spend the winter. ST. ANSGAR -- G a y l o r d Grolh, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Croth, has enlisted in the Army and left this week for DCS Moines. MANLY--Mr. and Mrs. Herman A t h e n , who spent the past five weeks in Texas, have returned to their home near M a n l y . They enjoyed side trips into Mexico. OSAGE -- S.-Sgt. Richard Gilchrest arrived in Osagc to spend a month at the parental Ross Gilchrest home. The a i r m a n has been stationed at Parks Air Force Base since J951 and is an auditor in the finance office. GOODELL--Mrs. Anton Boiler entered Beimond Community Hospital and will undergo major surgery. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Allan O. Faliede of Kennevick, Wash,, are the parents of a daughter born Feb. 4. Mrs. Faliede is the former Rose Halvorson of Rake. LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Anna Everson was the honored guest at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gerhard Paterson, when a number of relatives and friends gathered to help her celebrate her 83rd birthday. FERTILE--Mrs. Ella Zobel was admitted to the Park Hospital at Mason City and submitted lo lurgcry. CHARLES CITY -- Mrs. Elmer 'Jalcs, 100 Seventh Avenue, is 0011- ined to. her.home with illness. LATIMER--Ed S e h o c n b e c k caught his hand in a feed grinder causing severe lacerations. No XHICS were broken. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. John Colics' and family of Minneapolis spent a few days with Mrs. Bolles' nolher, Mrs. Elsie Klaffkc, and amilv. NORTHWOOD-Miss Gladys Ur- lahl of Minneapolis, visited with icr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Urdahi. DOUGHERTY -- Mr. and Mrs. 'arl Cunningham of Knoxville lave returned to their home after i visit in the Mrs. Susan Cunning- lam and Ray McLaughlin homes. LATIMER--A group from Lati-, ner attended the observance of he 25th wedding anniversary of Ur. and Mrs. Chris Dohrmann at "·lario'n. MANLY--M. W. Ogg is a patient it Mercy Hospital in Mason City ollowing a cerebral hemorrhage KANAWHA--Mrs. M. .1. Howlctt ·ntered the Lutheran Hospital in ''ort Dodge for treatment. RAKE--Mr, and Mrs. Arthur iileau and children o£ McLean, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Tiimer Hanion and family of Albert Lea, M i n n . , Mr. and Mrs. Clifford To- luamc and family of Blooming ''rairic, Minn., were weekend ucsts at the Nets Hanson home in honor of Cpl. Marlyn Hanson, who ·cturned from Korea. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. J! if ford 1. Moen are the parents if a son born Feb. 11 at Naeve lospital in Albert Lea, Minn. RAKE -- Alfred Teigland, who ·eccntly returned from Florida where he spent several months, isited at the Ben and Palmer 'eiglancl homes. LITTLE CEDAR--Mr. and Mrs. VilJis Barenz visited at the Viggo 'etcrson home at LeRoy, Minn., vhere they joined the celebration n honor of the 25th wedding an- Keep teeth bright Chew Wriglcy's Spearmint Gum. ckanse the: torth. g^yr. 1 ^ ^fr-UlM, D A I L Y C R O S S W O R D ACROSS 1. Fuel 5. Hastened 9. County In Eire 10. Stories 12. Detested 13. nub out 14. Anger 15. Variety of swallow 10. Harden 19. Man's name 20. Canadian province (abbr.) 21. Bard 22. Coffee shops 25. Cleanse of soap 26. Acidity (Mod.) 27. Cooling- device 28. Thrice (mus.) 29. City ia Libya' 33. Boring- tool 35. Witty saying- 36. One who fails to win 37. Kind of to!c 39. Chemical compound 40. Revoke, as a legacy (Law) 41. Anglo; . Saxon serf 42. Hijjh hills 3. Part oC "to be" \, Guided 0. Rob 6, Young salmon 7, High spirits 8, Craves 0. Styitsh 11. Legislative body 15« Cushion 17; Departing traveler 18. Half ems 21. Sound, like a bullet 22. Bovine animals 23. Needle- shaped (Bot.) 24. Woods 25. Flowed 27. Bog 29. Vermont city 30. A yellowish- brown 31. Bottoms" of shoes z-n Yesterday's Anin-er 32. Article 34. End of hammer head 37. Obese 38; Fiiss iz. Ib 41 Z4- 1 1. Light- coJorcd, as a cigar 2. Made of oats DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE--Here's how to work it: A X v D X B A A x R is I, O N G F B I , I/O W One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used for the three L's, X for the .two O'a, etc. Single letters, apos- ti-ophlca, the length and formation of the words arc all' hints. Each day the code letters are different. A Cryptogram Quotation L, B P X C V C C R R N Z C R L R Q L H C Q N X L R Y O B C L . T D T N H C V V L N R V N E K J B P V P P L R O C T V -- O B P J O'C'T P S Yesterdmy's Cryptoquolc: VERY THANKFUL I ALWAYS ·HOULD BE, THAT I HAVE KIND PARENTS TO WATCH OVER ME--TAYLOR. · Dlslrlbutcfl by Kin* Features SyudlctU nlvcrsary of Mr. and Mrs. Peterson. Mrs. Peterson 'was the former Hcss/e Hcnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hcns'on of Little Cedar and lived here until her marriage. CORWrm--Mrs. Lorcri Garntitt and two datiglitcrs of LeRoy, Minn., visited a few days with Mrs. Gar- nctt's mother, Mrs. Nick Veldhouse. STACYVILLE--Dr. and Mrs. T. E. liiong returned this week from a *hrec weeks' vacation in Florida. ST. ANSGAll--Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tessman, Norman and Diannc, returned this week from a several weeks' trip to points in Florida. CHARLES CITY - Mrs. James Weber returned to her home in Lincoln, Neb., after a visit here with her father, George Kapka, who underwent major surgery at the Cedar Valley Hospital last week. DOUGHERTY -- Word has been received here of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goerner of San Diego, Calif. VOAH NoAU You K^cep A SAILOR TO A SEAT IM T^E eESWUteAO CXD VOU PASS THE SALT " P,A. AlOAH \F COWES IM BoTTLfS, DOES PNEUTAON1A ' ^3 - MRS. BLONDIE ROOM AND BOARD LOOK--A CHECH ,By GENE AHERN A COLLECTOR. OF A\ODERNJ ART SAV/ MY PAINTIMG IN .,, THE EXHIBITION ^ AND BOUGHT IT/ ITS A PITY I DIDN'T START PAINTING EARLIER IN LIFE- BUT, STILL, GRANDMA MOSES WAS ADVANCED IN YEARS WHEN HER. BRILLIANT PAINTING CAREER BEGAN/ f AND I SUPPOSE wov; YOU'RE V FIGURING TO SKYROCKET IN ART AS GRANDPA RUFFLE, EH? FREAK PAINTING HAS BROUGHT HI/A $45O SCOH'S SCRAP BOOK FLASHING, By R. J. SCOn . CRE.AIOH of AX AMJFICIAL FLOOD BYfdl SUDBtH Lt-fflHCi IK or A BODY OF Wl-fW-USLB 1H Y/MLRPROOFIH BRlfUHY A OF FRAHCE, IS Wof UKDERS100P IK MAHy P1ACES l« 'ftlL -lonqut is . AKlH-6-ftll WELSH- ONE AUSlRALlAK KtiPlt CAK DO -·frit WORK OF six MEH SHEEP. IK RID CU5Y1R BUMBLtBttS. Try and Stop Me By BENNETT CERF -J OHN STRALEY tells about a farmer''whose income depended entirely on the size of his potato crop who was sentenced to thirty, days in the clink right in the planting season. His furious wife wrote to tell him, "Now you're in jail, I suppose it's up to me to dig the field and plant the potatoes. I've decided I ain't going to do it!" He a n s w e r e d , "Don't you dare dig up that field. That's where I hid all the money and the guns." A week later she wrote again. "Somebody at that jai! must be reading your mail. The c o p s were here and dug up the entire field. W h a t ' d o I do now?" Back from the prisoner came this, .'message': " P l a n t tho potatoes!" 2-19 ' ' " " ' ' · . · · · . - ' , . · i ·'!·· · . · . ' · . . . : . ' 'i / · , · . . , - . ·. .. ·* , . · · · . ' :. . · · · · . Mr.;Huebsch told his ^secretary" at 0:30 A.M. that he needed some documents In a hurry. When she hadn'.t produced them by 11, he went after her In; n rage. She didn't help matters by looking- very (iggrievcd indeed; and telling him, "Hold your horses, Mr. Huebsch! I haven't even found the filing cabinet yet!" "Copyright,'1934, fey Bennett Ccrf. Distributed by Klnff:.Fcaturc5 Sy By CHIC YOUNG T AREN'T YOU LUCKY, PEAR, S THAT YOU HAVE A WIFE i PEEL MYSELF WEAKENING-M A BOLJT TO PHONE I CAM'T DECIDE V/METHES TO PLAY CA.RPS WITH HEJ73 AND THE BOYS .TONIGHT, OR NOT RICK BRADFORD By PAUL MORRIS TH5. 6UNS ON YOU... THEY ARE DIRECTED AT THE GIRLS... THIS IS THE-AUTUMN OFVOOK DSSTIMY.,, GUARDS/ THIS MAM SMALL BE CON'riMSO |M A HOW OM EARTH CAN VME HELP 9RICK? WE ARENTON EARTH.'THATS WHOLE TROUBLE.' ASAIH I HOLD THE BLADE,'.. ALL DUf? GUARDS HAV£ GUNS TRAINED ON WE/,. WHAT 'WEAPONS DO WE US£ CUBICLE.' _ _ , .«^? MARY WORTH KEN ALLEN WILL'. QUITE. A MENU! SUT A LITTLE ON THE HEWITV SIDE!-.LET'S HAVE A NICE. LIGHT SALAD,HOfE.V---! NOPE.!--I'VE BEEN V/ORKIHG LIKE A HGR5E---AMO I CAN'T EAT LIKE A RABBIT! /AAK5HA- · · LOOK- · -I · · -I'VE. BEEN THINKING I'D MENTION- -LM-NEVER. MIND - · BRIN6 HER A LEAN STEAK- --MEDIUM RARE.! V/E'K HAVING BRUNCH N THE COf FEEL AUGGS AND SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP" I'M 6'^AD TO HEAR , IT. 1 ... V/HAT WAS OH.VES/TnAT NO...SHE WAS STAN9INSG AT TV= CROSS1N... AND I v i f f " DIDN'T VOLUNTEER ) r WELL, ~L DID 6OOD TUW TODAY. I SIKH. DO.' MRS. BSOWM WAS SO PLEASED , SHE SAID IT MADE ) 4, / I. SUPPDSB VOJ HELPED ACROSS THE ST??E£T.... BJG SISTER 6RACIOU: I'VE NEVER SEEN; SUCH AM UNGRATEFUL PECSOWl EITHERTMAT, OR HE OUT OF H! HE ADI IVVISH'OX WERE.HERE-HE COULD HANDLE HIM 1 . REX MORGAN, M. D. By JIMMY MACK I MUST BE KIND TO HIM! I MUST! HE6 ^ OU'R KIN AWO HES HURT'. 1 MU6T MOT LOSE MYTEMPERIIMUSTNOTt I-I-- EATT^ATSOUP, I EVERY DAL CURTIS VE5, WE'D _ START Llf£ IF I WERE TO COME *1 A N E W ' THE HOME WITH YOU, KUTil,) CHILDREN O OLJ KNOW · WHAT ./HAVE NEEDED WOULD HAPPEN ? ·£ TH5IR FATHER, JIM ' , Tsr»-f iTB*!' : fti OAKY DOAK'S NO, RUTH.' WE'D L/VS W CONSTANT PEAK THAT SOME ONE WOULD PINO OUT. BUT, JIM...YOU (CNOW AS WELL AS I CO . . .THAT LEPROSY, 'OK HANSEN'S DISEASE, 15 JUST ANOTHER ILLNESS THAT'S RIGHT.' IT'S NOT NEARLY t\S CONTAGIOUS t\S FIFTY OTHER DISEASES THAT ARE TREATED EVERY DAV IM HOMES AND HOSPITALS.' SIMPLE HYGIENIC PRECAUTIONS ,V\AKE TKAV5,VMS5IOfJ IMPOSSIBLE.' THE DOCTORS KNOW THAT. .. WE KNOW THAT. . . BUT PEOPLE ^M{ DON'T KNOW ·'//i \ THAT, RUTH / 2.-I9 By R. B. FULLER /G-GO5H/AIW'T LOVE I LOVE )(AUDl LOVE EVERY ) SIR S ACRE OF THE C EGBERT'S IVASr ESTATE HER X AMA7IWC ^~^\ LATE HU5BAK1D IWtELUfiENCE/H LEFT HER/ ) ^ YOU MEAfJ VOU FOLK'S ARE GOWMA . (SET HITCHED." YE5,THE OUCHE5S SAYS ANYBODY CAW BE A KNIGHT, BUT EVERYBODY CAW'T MARRY HER AWD a-io TTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON MONEY? WHAT ARE YOU OM YOUR HOtgETY- ^ MOOM ? ABOUND A JOB SPENDING AU.THE I GAV5 YOU AND LUCKY TO GO ABOUND ^* T^Ul l^-tfOi ji 1 Wo '., -sdv,. SCORCHY SMITH OF COUBSE/ DONT TELL ME ETFA DIDNT/ ,*« SHOW YOU THE CHECkl' By AL HOLLINGSWORTH WHEfJ NAKAK'f 7HU5f HAVE OK£, THE NSXT PAYNARAK CALL? THE/ (50T AWAY LAfr MIGHT. WS'VE GOT GOIH TO fEC THEM me~l£6At.L y// I WAUrAH O/^PER TtiSARXefT OF , LAKH AHO HI* HietE, LERA/CHARGE

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