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February 20, 1954

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

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F«b. 20, 1954 Msion Clly Globe-Giztde, Mnon CUj, I Here and There-News of Your Neighbors in North Iowa and Minnesota OSAGE--Mr. ami Mrs. Art Nix arc visiting and sightseeing ir Florida for two weeks GRAFTON-Mr, and'Mrs. El me Bowers recently returned from i month's vacation in California. LELAND--Mr. and Mrs. Clar encc Norslrud have returned from a visit in the home of their son-in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Myron Wiggins Jr., at Madison Minn. · GARNER-Mr. and Mrs. Fred Riehm arc the parents of a daugh ter horn in the Hancock Count} Memorial Hospital at Britt Feb Kl ESTER, Minn.-AIIan Thor son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thorsoj), left this week for Sai Antonio, Tex. He has joined the Air Force. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pcthcntm ami family of Charles City, Mrs. Etta Pascoe of l l a m p ton and Mr. and Mrs, C. D. Peth cram, Mr. and Mrs. M. J Godfrey and Mrs. Bculah Pclher- arn attended a family gathering a the Milo Greimann home. GARNER--Mr.and Mrs. Elclon Beers are the parents of a son borr Feb. 15 at Mercy Hospital in Ma son City. GRAFTON--The Rev. and Mrs H a r r y Rappath o f Minneapolis spent several days with the for mer's brother, William, and sis ters, Mrs. E. Buechele and Mrs J Bork. LYLE, Minn.--Johnnie Patterson, Eugene Schulze and Ernest Brug genian are touring Florida CHARLES CITY--The Cedar V a l ley Hospital Tuesday reported the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs Willus Paul Wcstcrvclt of Plainfield, and a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gcalow of Rockwell LAT1MER--Mike Farrer, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Farrer, fell and cut his forehead cutting * gash which required stitches. ALEXANDER--Charles Peil, son of Mr. and Mrs. WilJard Pcil, is missing kindergarten a few days while he js recovering from an appendectomy at the Community Hospital in Belmond. LEROY, Minn.--Mrs. P. Rosenberg has returned from Syracuse, N. Y., where she spent two weeks with her sister, Mrs. A. Zeiman, and husband. ROCKWELL--Mr. and Mrs. Stan Tomkc and Mrs. Edwin Bergman drove to Madison, Wis., to visit Mrs. Bergman's husband, Edwin, who is a patient at the Veterans' Hospital. MARBLE ROCK -- Mrs. Ruth Keith, R. N., is helping to care for Mrs. Mary Parcher in the Cedar Valley Hospital at Charles City. KANAWHA--Mrs. Carlton Johnson and Gary and the Gaylen Johnson f a m i l y of Belmond went to Cedar Falls recently and visited Miss Ailcen Johnson, a student there. MANLY -- Mrs. Gertrude Bride and Mrs. Louise McKercher this week for Orlando, FJa., wher they expect to spend a month. The are making the trip in Mrs. Bride' new car. WODEN--Clifford Eiscmnann re turned to his home near Woden re cently a f t e r being confined at th hospital at Buffalo Center for som time. OSAGE--Pvt. Eugene Pcrrin, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Harold Pcrrin Osage, and Delphian Mueller, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mueller Stacyville, are visiting home folk this week. Both boys entered serv ice at the same time, and are both cooks. They are now being trans ferrcd from Ft. Riicy, Kan., tc Camp Chaffcc, Ark. OS'AGE -- Gerald McSwceney owner and co-manager of the Farmers Produce, returned this week from a fact finding confer cncc of the National Poultry Prod ucts Improvement Association a Kansas City. LELAND--At the Fox Club nun his week, Leonard Nelson re peated his feat of last week, shoot ng the only fox bagged by the club. The hunt was over four scc- .ions of land north and west of Le and. GRAFTON--Recent guests in the ? crd Hackbart home were Mr. anc Mrs. John Stout and children who recently moved from Clarion to a "arm south of Rock Falls. KIESTER, Minn. -- Pfe. Myron Dlson and wife and son Danny of rt. Lewis, Wash., are visiting rela- ivcs and friends. Olson has a 21- day leave. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Olson and his wife is daughter of the Glenn Bakkens. CHAPIN -- M r . and Mrs.' Rex Crawford and sons of R o d m a n , Mr. ml Mrs. Forest Crawford and daughter of Austin, Minn., and Mrs. "oldie Crawford of Hampton were uests in the Harry Crawford home. G A R N E R -- K a r l Kraus, television ml appliance dealer, attended an ppliancc dealer's convention at he Hotel Savery in DCS Moines. BRISTOW -- J u 1 e n a Kollman, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldo ·tollman, underwent an appendec- omy at the Lutheran Hospital at lampton. RAKE--Mrs. Alycc Asmus, Mrs. Icrman Thompson, Mrs. Bert Russ vent to Cedar Falls this week to isit at the Mrs. Mildred Christen- on home. Mrs. Russ will also visit cr grandmother, Mrs. Volborg Monson, at thg Miles Davis home n Waterloo. GOODELL--Mrs. George Leui- ven returned home from a few lays' visit in the Mike lorio home n Omaha, Neb. Her daughter, Irs. lorio came with her for a wo weeks' visit. RAKE--Pvt. Curtis Larson, son [ Mr. and Mrs. Cleon Larson, left or Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., after 20-day furlough at his home here. NORA SPRlNGS-Kennelh Hof- naster left this week for St. Peters- Fla., for an indefinite stay. left urg D A I L Y C R O S S W O R D 2. A game of chance 3. Employ 4. Ever (poet.) 5. A confection C. Temple of Athena, Athens 7. A wing 8. Put back 9. Unless n. Closed cars- 15. Marry 18. Rcmon- strated 19. Fate 23. Public notice 24. Engross wholly 25. Anglo- Saxon epic poem 26. Barium (sym.) 27. Moslem title 29. Ex- clama- tion 32. Cozy spots 33. Pinace- ous tree 2-10 Tciterday'g Answer 34. Levels 35. Sand ridge (Eng.) 40. Chinese dynasty 41. Humor 42. Biblical name 10 14- n 15 Ib 19 E* 25 Zb Zl ^^ ^^ 40 Vt 1 ACROSS 1. Melancholy 5. Mast 9. Rope with a running . knot lO. A division of the United , Kingdom 12. Bury 33. Rub out 14. Place 15. Damp J6. Tank Destroyer (abbr.) 17. MathematU cal term 20. On account (abbr.) 21. Pole 22. Merit 24. Head of a monastery 27. Mountains (So. Am.) 28. Thrash 29. Past 30. Therefore 31. Intensified 30. Cry of pain 87. Body of water 88, Evening . (poet) 39. Corrodes 41. Odin 43. A blue flower 44. Silly 45. Splicing , Pins 46. Rocky hills DOWN l,Dicc (slang) DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE--Hcrc's how to work it: A X Y D L B A A X R Is L O N G F E L L O W , 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- trophlcs, the length and formation of .the words are all' hints. Each day the code letters are different. A Cryptogram Quotation W K A H U M CE W X A RET X HZ Z E S · I k A H U , V K W X K M H R M ' W L T M S Z E S JM S H R-- S W X Q A N N. ··',· YeMorday's Cryptoquote: I HAVE SEEN NO MEN IN LIFE tO VINO THEIR PROFESSION SO MUCH AS PAINTERS-- f HACKERAY. DUirltmted br Klne FettuKi He plans to spend some time Jn Washington, D. C., before returning home. GRAFTON--Florence and 13cr nard Bringe of Marshall, Wis. were recent guests in the home 01 Mr. and Mrs. Orlin Kirchgattcr. ItAKE--T. Sgt. and Mrs. Ronald Yahnkc and Sally Jo ol Bcllcvuc Neb., spent a few days at the par enlal Otis Quammc home. KIESTER, Minn.--Mrs. Ernestine Meyer of Montevideo, is visiting relatives -here. She is a sister of Fcrd, Herman, William Kal/.ung and Mrs. Herman C. Meyer oi Kicslcr. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Offer Offcrson and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson and Ronald and Fae Larson of Waseca, Minn., were re- ;cnt guests in the home of Mrs. Offcrson's brother, M. T. Johansen, and family. KIESTER, Minn.-Ross Kinder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Kinder is confined at St. Mary's Hospital .n Rochester with spinal meningitis. GRAFTON--Dr. and Mrs. W. F. VIoore and ]flr, and Mrs. Arnold 3ucchclc left for a 10-day trip to i'exas. LELAND--Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bowman observed the 44th anniversary of their wedding this week vhcn they entertained at dinner heir sons, Arthur and Orval Bowman and their families, their laughter, Charlotte Bowman of Buffalo Center, and J. J. Geyers if Buffalo Center. KIESTEH, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. ferman Christcnsen of Syracuse, ^. Y., are visiting relatives at Kicster and BriceJyn. G A R N E R -- M r . and Mrs. Leon -emke are (he parents of a son )orn at Mercy Hospital in Mason ;ily Feb. J5. POPEJOY -- Darwin Pctersonj ion of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. 'ctcrson, has received his dis- :harge from Army service and re- urned home. G A R N E R -- Mrs. Lester Nonn- veiler recently submitted to major urgery at the Mercy Hospital in lason City. DOUGHERTY -- The Leo Ewen a m i l y were guests at a farewell! ourlesy in the City Hall. They| have purchased a home in Clear Lake and plan to move there in the near future, NORA SPRINGS-Mrs, Johnny Wondt Jr., left for Miami, Fin,, where she met her husband who had driven there six weeks ago, A R K D A L K -- M r s . Robert Long and Mrs. Vcrn Wray were called to Arago, Minn., by the death of their a u n t , Mrs. Margaret Stottler, RAKE--Ward Woodwick, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Woodwick and Ronald fJoellclicr, son of M r . ' a n d Mrs. Henry Bpcltcher, left this week for the armed service as volunteers from Winncbago County. GOT AROUND NASHUA, N.H. ( U P ) -- I n the address space of a report on Alexander B. Clark, police wrote, "floater," and with some justification. When arrested in New Hampshire, Clark produced a Maryland driver's license, said he lived in Maine, and was driving a car that was registered in Connecticut. Clark's $5 fine for operating a'n improperly registered motor vehicle was suspended. NOAH NUMSKULL T" ( M / TI / CT HURRY, DEAR,. 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