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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

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·3 At*. 14, mi GU»*-KMM» Here and There- News of Your Neighbors in North Iowa and Minnesota City where h« his been a patient or observation and treatment. OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ot- eson accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Steinmetz, Cresco, left "unday for Waukegn, 111., to visit " " Mr. and Mrs. GARNER--Mr. arid Mrs. C. S. Rico returned recently f r o m a three weeks' vacation trip to" Boston, Mass., where they visited Mr. arid Mrs. Edwin Otto. Mr. and Mrs. George Kregotis and son, 'George Jr., of Effingham, 111., accompanied the Rices. GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. Inland Jenison and Bill of Ames, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Craul, Nancy and David of Welch, La., visited recently with the 0. Sandbergs. GARNER--John Torkelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Torkelson of Ellington Township, is enjoying a 19-day furlough, at the parental home. Torkelson is stationed at Ft. Riley, Kan, - BUFFALO CENTER--Miss Bessie Finer has returned from Boulder, Colo., where she attended the University of Colorado. She will teach fifth grade in the Clear Lake schools this year. HANLONTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. John Larson spent a recent vacation in the Black Hills. Their daughter Mary Christine stayed with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Larson. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hawkins and son Doyle Hawkins of Des Moines took a few days' vacation at Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo. SWEA CITY --'Mrs. H e n r y Loughridge and children left for Marshalltown after a visit with her parents, Mr.. and Mrs. Hugo Fagerlund. . .GOLDFIELD--Ralph Drollinger, music instructor in the Goldfieid public schools the past three years, received his master's degree at the mid-summer graduation at the University of Iowa. TITONKA--Mr. and Mrs. William Girard and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lang have left on a vacation trip to Yellowstone Park. GARNER--Joyce Holta fell recently and fractured a bone in her hip. She is being cared for af her home here by Mrs. Myrtle Griffith , SWEA CITY--Mrs. Clyde Ogg and daughters Cornelia and Leslie of Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs. Edna Smith and sister Leona Smith, o: Algona, were recent guests at the Floyd and Walter G. Smith homes Mr. Ogg, who is a chemist with the U. S. Department of Agriculture will join his family in Iowa this week, and they will visit relatives before returning east. ALEXANDER -- The Rev. and Mrs. A. Van Dyke and family o DeMotte, Ind., spent a couple o days with the B. T. Vander Woude Jr., family. GOODELL--The Rev. and Mrs Park E. Miller, Zelda Eimbrink Mesdames V. E. Harris, A. M Graeber and Arthur Rufca are at tending the WSCS convention a Cedar Falls. CORWITH -- Harold Wood. o Stuart is visiting at the home o his brother, William Wood, and family. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs V. J.., Stallman and daughte Janice o£ Sioux City visited at thi home of Mrs. Stallman's parents Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Stewart. Mr and Mrs.. Stallman went on t Norway Lake in Minnesota to fis' nd Janice remained here for a ou'ple of weeks. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. Chris Anderson have returned, from a week's trip to Grand Island, Neb., Iso points in Kansas. GOLDFIELD -- Ensign K e n t Whyte has returned to his base at an Diego, Calif., after spending everal days' leave -with his, par nts, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Whyte. OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. ;L. M. lerr and family, Prairie du Sac, iVis., and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Shel- edy and family, Minneapolis, vis.- ted recently at the Frank Shelledy and the J. M. Klespees Sr homes. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Halbert 'olloek and family returned recent- y from a vacation trip to the Colo- ado Rockies. Pollock is assistant :ashier at the Hancock County Na- ional Bank. WESLEY--Mr, and Mrs. . Ed Downs and family left for a week' acation with Mr,. and Mrs. All ;tuder at Macon, Mo. .; OSAGE--Mrs. Harold Champion, Milwaukee, Wis., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mathilda Dahlen, who ell and fractured a hip. Mrs. Dah- en is recovering but is still con- ined to her bed. KANAWHA--The following rela- ives enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Jurnquist home in honor of Mrs. ilary Wentr of Cedar Rapids: The Leslie Brower family of Garner, he Kenneth Lein family of Thompson, the Gerald Larson family o: Britt, and the Charles Brower fam y of Kanawha. PLYMOUTH-Mr. and Mrs. John Rezab and Mr. and Mrs. Justice Angell of Marble Rock have re :urned .home from a sightseeing rip to the Wisconsin Dells anc other places. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson and'sons of Newark, 111. are' visiting in the home of her jarents, the William Goodrichs 3oth families visited at the Henrj Schnebly home at Hayfield. · STILSON--The Rev. Charles H Norton was at Riverview Park near Cedar Falls for a week's con ference of the Evangelical United Brethren Church. CORWITH--Mrs. Adelia Hemen way is visiting her son and wife Mr. and Jtrs. Edward Hemenway at CorrectionvUle. Both Mr. anc Mrs. Hemenway teach in th school there. GOODELL--Mrs. Thomas Young Bessie and Ruth Young of Kansa City, Mo., are guests in the ho~rne of the former's brothers, Warre and Glen Bier, and sister, Mrs. E Haupt. CORWITH--David Walsh, son o Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walsh, is a pa tient at a hospital at Iowa Cit where he will undergo surgery. STILSON--Mr. and Mrs. Virgi Everett and daughters Marian an- Virginia have returned from' St Louis, Mo., where they visited thei daughter Alice who is a studen nurse. OSAGE--Mrs. Estella Moss is re covering satisfactorily from a seri ous case of oak poisoning. She wa hospitalized for 10 days and is con valescing at home. ALLISON--Charles J. Miller ha returned from a hospital in Maso D A I L Y C R O S S W O R D ACROSS 1. Ravel out 5. Celestial body 9. Blaze '10. Desired 12. Storms 13. Choice group 1-1. Catkins 16. Scandi- 3. Egyptian 22. Merry ' god (var.) 23. Gill (abbr.) 4. Day last past24. A short sleep 5. Feminine 25. Marvels pronoun 26. Coordinating 6. Tax conjunction 7. Roman 2D. Man's road nicknams 8. To train 32. A bondsman again 33. Consumed t the home of ames Otteson. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. P, C. Trav- rs, mother of Mrs. Lester Wurri, nd Mrs. Beulah Kirby, returned rom Clay City, 111., where they ·isited relatives. Mrs. Travers has eturned to her home in Grand rfeadow, Minn., while Mrs. Kirby s staying with the Lester Wurns or an indefinite time, WESLEY--Vee Mullin has donated a discarded trailer to the Boy and Girl Scouts for use as a wpcorn stand at ball games and ree movies. OSAGE--The Rev. and Irs. E. I. Yohr, Iowa City, are spending everal days at the E. V. Adams 10me; Mr. Yohr is attending the convention of the Iowa District East Lutheran convention at St. Ansgar. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. John Creamer and daughter of Denison were recent guests in the parental Will Wurn home. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Russel Burnquist and Carmiu and Mrs Jane Johnson are on a vacation rip into Canada. POPEJOY--Mrs. Eva Lee of Des loines is spending a week with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr, .and firs. Kenneth Jaques, and'family BRADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rodgers of Geneva and Mr. anc rfrs. Jacob Mulford were on a lishing trip in Minnesota. McINTIRE--Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Miles and'family are visiting a he parental Miles home at Wichita, Kan. GENEVA--Recent visitors in the Prank Thomas home were Mr. anc itrs. Jack Laptiz of Britt, Mrs Hamie Malek of Chicago, Mr. anc rtrs. Ed Hrubes and Mrs. Cyri Formanek and sons bf'Duncan. POPEJO'Y--Miss Fanny Folkerts of Edinburg; Tex., is visiting .in he Cornelius .and C. C. Abels lomes. McINTIRE--Mr. and Mrs. C. E Schneider and two daughters o FuUertoa, Calif., ir* visiting at the arenlal Ray Oulman home. 'WESLEY--Mr. »nd Mrs. Guy Mmond are on a vacation trip to rtonticello, Minn., and points in South Dakota. RUDD--Guests at the W. C. frank home were Mr. and Mrs. .loyd Richardson, Albert Lea, rtinn., and Miss Alice Nestvedt, Emmons, Minn. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. John Howes of Omaha spent a week recently witK the letter's sister, Mrs. John Paulson Sr., who is.critically ill at the John Paulson Jr., home. LAT1MER--Mr. and Mrs. Vcr- and Roed of Albert Lea, Minn., were recent guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Roed. GALT~Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kunkle are the parents of a son born at the Clarion Memorial Hospital. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Kaasa and Orian and Mr. and Mrs, ·LONOIE CHIC YOUMa Ernest Helgeson home from an have returned eight-day trip ;hrough the .Yellowstone National Park and the Black Hills, covering a total of 2,600 miles. Voo'fJH DRINKING LIKE A FISH / NOAH NUMSKULL 8-14 NOAH DO FISH DRINK AT ' /UOZ.MAM . PA. 'EAC? DOES IT cazr MORE Tt BE BURIED THAN TO BE B0RM ?~ COULD \T BE ggooKS", ToieOQ, C MfcUR DAFFY NoriON ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN WHILE YOU'RE D'OlKJG .JLJR.Y SERVICE, T. CHATMORE MAS ' VOLUNTEERED TO COOK OUR. DINNERS/····NOW, I DON'T MEAN TO PUT A MARK-DOWN TAG ON YOUR. COOKING, PINKY, BUT HE REALLY HAS US' STEPPING ON TH' BUZZER. FOR. SECOND HELPINGS OF HiS DELICIOUS CALORIES / FIME/-I END MY JURY DUTY ON SATURDAY-AND SINCE -ttXI GUYS HAVE CHATMORE TO PREPARE YOUR, PASTURAGE, I'LL TAKE A TWO-V/EEKS VACATION / GIVES PINKY FOUR. V/EEKS OUTOF THE KITCHEN ·=- SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOTT navian name 9. Friar's titles 34. God of war ( m a l e ) 17. Japanese coin 18. Audience 20. Apostle (abbr.) 21. Musical term 24. Scimitar 27. Coloring- matter 28. Usually 30. Ahead 31. Affirmative vote 32. Body of water 35. God of war (Norse) 38. Opposite of "vector" (math.) 40. Ciphers 42. Angry 43. Appearing 1 as if eaten 44. Projecting ends of churches 45. Snick and-46. Secluded valley DOWN ' 1. Blaze 2. Bird 11. A tyrant 15. Weaken 19. Succeeding 21. Fortify (Gr.) 36. Metal 37. Organ of smell Yestcrdiy'i Antwcr 39. Inland sea (Asia) 41. Observe 4-5 21 41 ^ 19 ·44 16 22 25 32 DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE--Here's how to work it: is L O N G F K I. I, O W A X Y D L B A A X R One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used for the three L's, X for the two O's. etc.'single letters, apos- trophies. the length and formation of the words are all hints. Each day the code letters are different, A Cryptogram Quotation C U R . K L G U B L O H X U B , K L G U B L C H Q W X F K B A . X S U : Q H B U J U A N W M I N E L H W I Q U O H U U R S L A W X S U -- C L C U . Yesterday's Crj-ptoqnote: BUT METHOUGHT IT LESSENED VtY ESTEEM OF A KING, THAT HE SHOULD NOT BE ABLE TO COMMAND THE RAIN--PEPYS. Distributed by Kinj Features Syndlcit* WAJ1 -THE. AMLRICAK iMoal' ^ 72. HOLES. Off. IMJ, CJ^ Ft^m Jp^***. tr, n Try and Stop Me By BENNETT CERF- WTHEN Parson Johnson saw Mrs. Sumtcr, whom he roundly " detested, coming up his garden path, he sought refuge upstairs in the study and remained hidden for a full hour. Finally he risked calling down to his wife, "Has that horrible bore gone yet?" His wife, equal to any occasion, answered sweetly, "Yes, dear, she went long ago. Mrs. Sumter is here now." i · · · John Stralcy met a veteran pilot of World War Two who was afraid that he couldn't begin to handle the 1952 model, because of all the new gadgets and refinements that had been Installed. "I took one test," he confessed. "The elementary stuff was a cinch, but then the fellow who was asking questions demanded, 'Suppose you were at an altitude of 20,000 feet, going 650 miles an hour Suddenly your oxygen tank breaks loose, one motor catches fire, and a wln£ crumples. You have no parachute. What do you do?'" Mr. Stralcy asked, "What did you answer?" "I didn't answer," confessed the former pilot. "From the question alone, I blacked out." Copyright, 1952, by Bennett Ccrf. Distributed by Kin? Features SynUicitt-; I'M INVENTING A LIPSTICK THAT WONT ' SMEAR ON MEN WHEN THEY KISS WOMEN ITU. BE A SENSATION 14 BRICK BRADFORD DONT GO IN THERE NOW--- OADDYS DEEP IN THOUGHT IT'S NO USE-ITS HOPELESS IT CAN'T BE DONE/ PEOPLE WILL ' JUST HAVE TO STOP] KISSING EACH OTHER HEKE I* THE A. ·Sp)(\C.E VEHICLE, 2 VISITOR BRADFORD- ·5IMILIAR TO THE ONt VWHIGH BROUGHT YOU AND HOWELL MARY WORTH r THERE is A MINUS-ONE GKAVITV DIFFERENTIAL - ^ BETWEEN OUR PLANET AND THE ONE XU CHOSE FOR TME SPACE THAT IS QUITE EHOUfSH OPERATION. THE TECHNICIANS ARE. NOW ADJUSTING TM INSTRUMENTS TO THEIR FINDINGS.' \ K THE DISC WILL TAKE OFF OfTl A MINUS-ONE. GRAVITY SEAM AND BE DRAW DIRECTLY l TO YOUR TARKSET SPHERE.V s . ALL G-PUttS'FROM OTHER » SOURCES wo. BE NULLIFIED I DO LIKE YOU, EDWIN! AND ~ mF ,TMm=MMFn. I'M DEEPLY FLATTERED THAT YOU 7 C AN ONLV AOCEM- LIKE ME! BUT, AT YOUR AGE AND / CA £ ^MTENcI MINE,THE ONLY SOLID BASIS FOR H "'5 SENTENCE, MARRIAGE IS THE NEED OF ONE PARTNER FOR ANOTHER!- -YOU AND I ARE VERY SELF- SUFFICIENT PEOPLE \s-z: MAR.Y! MUGGS AND SKEETER ACTUALLY, YOU SHOULD eer- WHATOM / - CONSRATULATEO-UPON / EARTH DOYOU A NARROW ESCAPE! X. MEAN? By KEN ALLEN ·* ' . READ THIS, MY DEAR! ITCONtAlt ^, v VI SOME. PAINFULLY PERSONAL INFORMATION] ABOUT ME- · · WHICH t HAVE NEVER - £SJ BEFORE REVEALED TO ANYONE! liaimjjpwUpiwaqi ...ANP ABANAMA SPLIT AT2S... LAST MONDAY TWO CONES TOTALtNS 20*-.;, AND... DONJ'T FOR6ET THE CHEWlMQ GLM THAT BIG SISTER THE WAV I FIGURE IT, THS WHOLE BILL COMES TO # 2.ia , ; AAY FtSURES SHOW 92, aur I'LL. SETTLE FOR THE 4 2.12 / "By WALL1 r CAN'T PAY K1 T THAT3 NOT THE WHOLE TH1M5 /.MUCH.v.BUT TODAY, BUT I CAN ;J I'LL TAKE IT.' GIVE VOL) 15* ' AdCOOMT.,. ... AMD NOW I'LL MAve A v ~" RXIR-FLAVOR'SUNOAC-'.WrTH ^ LUTHe TRIMMINOS."" AlsJO ' CHARSE rr.TO MY ACCOUKTT/ GOLLEE, WHATA CRAB'.THAT OLD WOMAN IS.'MOTA KIND WORD DID SHE SAY/ ALL TME TIME WE WERE TRYING TO HELP H ER. SHE JUST SNAPPED AND THINGS. BUT I 'SUGGS TH^. BECAUSE SWE WAS IN SUCH M WITH HER WREWCHED KNEE. By FORGRAVE REX MORGAN, M. D. SHE DIDN'T MEAN TO BE COOSS. NOW I'VE GOT TO SEENVHERB · THESE TELEPHONE WIRESTURfO IN TO A FAPMHOUB. -.,_ J-- C.K.I SHE BEGAN^V TO MOVE, DR. MORGAN/ I THOUGHT SHE WAS GOING TO SAY SOMETHING/ OAKY DOAKS ' By DAL CURTIS DOMT, YOU'U. KILL ME WtW M1LUCEHT · MUHN ' MUKDOCK'5 )XyiG!CAL TKAWS- MICRATOR. SHE EXPECTED TO BE SEWTHJTO THEVEAK JQSZ... ETTA KETT BUT WHY DID YOU MAKE ME COME TOO ?! ^ BECAUSE I DOWT LIKE TO TRAVEL ALONE/ , '· if By N. B. FULLER WHERE ARE THE SUPER-MARKTETS f THE CARS? THE BILLBOARDS? THE ^ SKYSCRAPERS ? THE AIRPLANES. 7 / OAKf OOAK5.' IT; LOOKS UKE WE'VE BEEU MI55ENT/ HUNTING J CANT GET IMSfDE DOLL., NOW , ANY HOW.'.' 'WHAT 1 THS THEATER'S By PAUL ROBINSON SCORCHY SMITH AWD WATCH THE LLLOO OIZTHI SHOW SWELL LOOKED GO By RODLOW WILLARD \W// £0 S-Vr^ ^^ THAT'S CALLEP Kf55" sV sirSA KIND OF SHOCK THEJeAPVTHEV HAVE ON EARTH/

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