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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 24, 1954
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F«b. 24, 1954 M»ion City GIoU«-G»i«lte, M.IOB Cltr. la Here and There- News of Your Neighbors in North Iowa and Minnesota CHARLES.CITY - Miss Anna Ciillen, 505 West Clark Street ob served her 02nd birthday Wctlncs day at her home, SCAKVILLE-Mr. and Mrs. Ar nold Olcin arc the parents of a son born Feb. .18 at the Nacvc Hospital, Albert Lea, Minn. SCARVJLLE -- M i l e s Nelson at tended an Oil Jobbers' convention in DCS Moincs recently. CHESCO -- Mr. and Mrs. Ear Henry, accompanied by Joseph H Burgess, left recently for a vaca lion in Arizona. Mr. and Mrs Henry will visit a son-in-law am daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joscpl Ciochetti, at Globe, Ariz., and Bur KCSS will visit bis son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Per guson, and family at Phoenix. K L E M M E -- M i s s Jani.s I l u m m c was released from Mercy Hospitn in Mason City the last of the week A RE 1) ALE--Mrs. Peter licit was released from the Lutheran Hos pi la I at Hampton and is couva loscing at her home here. COODELL-Mr. and Mrs. A! Whilaker and their friends, Mr, and Mrs. Joe C a i n of Spcncci visited recently in the home of Mrs. Whilaker's sister, Mrs. E. C Kieuenbergcr. DUMONT-Pfc. Max Santco re turned to his Marine base at E Toro, Calif., after spending n 30- day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Santce, and brother Gene. G A R N E R -- R e c e n t guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Griesmer w e r e Mr. and Mrs. A. I! Gruclzrnacher and family, Mrs Alfred Gructzmachcr and Mrs. Est- eila Waterman, all of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gruetzmach er and Glcnna of DCS Moincs CRYSTAL LAKE--The Rev.'Gerhard Hjelmaas left Saturday for Boxholm where he will participate in the spiritual life mission of the Methodist Church for a week. KLEMME -- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnson and family attended family gathering at Hardy. TALK ABOUT W61ST»H\ HAKE -- Dcryl Untlcrbakkc and yJe Quam spent a couple of days at Camp McCoy, Wis., and La- Crosso, Wis. CHARLES CITY _ Tlic Cedar Valley Hospital Sunday reported births ol daughters to Mr. and Mrs. Ivan nur/.ctlc of Floyd and Dr. and Mrs. K, c. Wagner of Plainficld. HAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Tom Divin of Hope, N.D., were guests at Inc J. D. iiin h o m e Friday. LYLE, Minn.--Miles C. Putnam is gradually improving from an illness at St. Olaf Hospital in Aus tin. ACKLEY-Cpl. 1 Harold L. Lindam a n recently completed two months of construction engineering training near the Austrian border POP13JOY - Mr. and Mrs. Ticc Strcvelor visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Airs. L. W McBurney. GOLDFIELD-Earl Sorcnson has received his discharge from the Army ;ind returned to his home lerc. K L E M M E -- Mr. and Mrs. Berl Parr of O m a h a , Neb., were guests at the Albert Kchl home. KLEMME--Miss Isabella Cibbs of Sioux City visited recently at lome with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gibbs. G A R N E R -- M r . and Mrs. E. G. Greiman and Mr. and Mrs. C. N! 'Ipush have returned from an extended vacation trip in the South CHARLES CITY -- Pfc. Duane I'rogc will ieave Wednesday for Philadelphia, Pa., following a fflr- lough spent with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Fred Trogc. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Luvernc Ichmidt are the parents of a laughter born at the Hancock County Memorial Hospital in Brill Feb. 11. CRYSTAL LAKE-Mrs. Grace Abbas and Karen of Chicago visited recently with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rose. RAKE--Mrs. Lud Lund returned lome after spending 10 days at DCS floines with her son, Chauncey, of rtason City, who is a patient at the Veterans Hospital. CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Andersen left Sunday for a vacation in Texas. RAKE -- Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Graue and family visited recently t the Dr. Robert Lundblad home at Clara City, M i n n . MANLY--Dr. Frank H. Smith, ptometrist, has returned from an xtendcd visit with his daughter, Mrs. W. G. Teegen, at Davenport. GARNER--Miss Donna Kargas, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick' Cargas of Garner, is a member of happy Chew Wrigley'j Spearmint Gum. Pleasant chewing aids digestion, fiwhens mouth -sweetem breath. Enjoy It anytime, anyv^hot. **« flavor- enjoy the the Morningsido Choral Singers The group is composed o£ J2 singers who sina Kith Century music in French, German and English. flOLDFJELD _ Mr. and Mrs Warren Held of Sioux Oily arc the parents of a son, born Feb. 11 al the Methodist Hospital, Sioux City. Mrs. Held is the former Miss Sherry Taylor, 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor of Goldficld. GOODELL-Mr. and Mrs. Carl |Grccn, Jon and Jerry, took Mr. Green's mother, Mrs. C. C. Green, of Uelmond to Ruthven where she will visit in the home of her sister. GARNER--Charles Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johnson of Garner, is enjoying a short furlough at the home of his parents. Charles is stationed at Fort Bliss Texas. · CRYSTAL LAKE-Joan Jensen of Cedar Falls and Larry Gallion of Lincoln, Neb,, visited with the former's mother, Mrs. Nelia Jensen, GARNER -- E. F. Bock of the Bock Oil Company of Garner/ a director in the Iowa Independent Oil Jobbers Association, attended the 17th annual convention of the association at Hotel Fort DCS Moincs. · CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. V«rn Huff of Ames visited the latter's mother, Mrs. Warren Wilson, who is in ill health, also her brothers, Forest Wilson and famiJy and Donald Wilson. RAKE -- Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Rake left recently for San Francisco, Calif., where they will spend an indefinite t i m e visiting at the home of their son-in-law and (laughter, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Osborne, and family. 'DUMONT--Mrs. John Rewcrts was taken to the University Hospitals at Iowa City Monday where she will undergo surgery. GARNER--Pvt. James Kargas, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kargas of Garner, is a member of the Fifth Army Band that recently played for President Celal Bayar of Turkey while he was visiting in Chicago. POPEJOY-Allen Rash of the Navy who has been stationed at Norfolk, Va., for several months, spending four weeks at a time on cruises to the West Indies, has ar- rivc'd for a two weeks' visit with his mother, Mrs: Selma Rash ami family. ' LYLE, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Truckenmiller of Sibicy moved to their farm two miles north of Lyle. They purchased the farm from William Murphy. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Coates arc taking a two, weeks' trip through (he southern states GOLDFIELD--Mrs. F. H. Kelly has returned home from a two months' visit at the Ross Miller home at Belaire, Texas. She was accompanied here by Mrs. Miller and two children, Scott and Ann, who are spending several weeks at the parental Dr. F. H. Kelly home. POPE JOY--Mr. and Mrs. Ned Scverson of Grand Rapids, Minn., visited with the D. M. Crablrce, 1'ed Crabtrce and Verne Ziesman families recently. Diabetes causes about 25,000 deaths a year in the United States. | BLONDIE .By CHIC YOUNG EXACTLY TEN DOLLARS' WDRTM! ANP T HAVEN'T ANY MON5V FOl? TOBACCO--THIS HAS ALL THE EARMARKS BRICK BRADFORD AfoAH AlUMSKUU. ^ NOAH -- Do /MEXICAN HOPTOADS LIVE- ON JUMP/AJS SE^KiS T 3 AJQAH --. ,_, A WOMAN LIKE A MA^TO BE TALL , DARK AND CKRL ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN D A I L Y ACROSS 1. Projecting' end of a church 5. Jargon 9. Arabian chieftain · (var.) 10. Those who tell falsehoods 12. Crown of the hcncl 13. A chess opening 1 M. Anger 15. Weapons of defense 10. Father 17. Capital (Venez.) 10. Keltic 20. C:allied 21. Bottom of the foot 22. Sleight of Imml 20. Greedy 27. Wrath; 28. Offer 29. Onward 33. Old Dutch rabbr.) 34. Bulk 35. Sorrow 30. Relate 38. Wash 30. Breathe noisily In sleep 40. Ventilated 41. Having too3 42. Malt beverage DOWN I. 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Webb answered icily, "Why don't you try setting yourself on fire?" W h e n Farmer Barstow's hlgh-falutin. son came homo from his v four years at Harvard, his proud mother said, "What we've got to do now, Paw, ia to choose some important . field where our boy's talents can be employed to the , , , , teat advantage." '.'I got just the field picked'out for htm," said Paw, clamping the bit of his corncob pipe. "It's that 10-acrc alfalfa patch down .by the brook, and he starts plowing: it at seven termorrer mornln'!" . 1951. by Ecnnott C«iT. Distributed by Klne Fcolurcs Syndicate, MARY WORTH PA6WOOD, CAM CHANGE A TEN-DO-LAf? WHAT A B1LL? - QUESTION POJ'r YttJ NEED SOME TOBAOCOOf? SOMETHINS? COULD USE SOME TOBACCO- i'U. BREAK THE BILL IN THE CIQAf? VOLTLL PASS THE MARKET ON THE WAY -- SO YOU CAN UP A PEW THJN6S I NEEP-HERE'S BEFORE PAYDAY' By HAUL MORRIS VeAH, H IT SOUARE. IM we KEVER HAD A CHOICE BEFORE.,.COME ON,' LETS SEE IF WE CAN HELP BRICK,' ) KMOW, THAT FELLOW BRAD WAS A PRETTV NIC , BRICK BRADFORD WILL SiOT BE RETURNED. THE 6'JBvTECT IS CLOSED,., IT is WY DIMMER HOUR, you MAY JOIM ME. IF H£'S STILL VJITHIM RAM6E, WE CAM ACtlVATS THE MA6NETIC RELO AMD PULL " SACK TO THE SPAC£ PLATFOf?W.,. MY MAID WAS TOLD TODAY, A USUALLY RELIABLE BIRD, 'THATTHIS 15 YOUR LAST WEEK. HERE AND THAT THE. MANAGER. K HAVJN6 YOU BLACKLISTED! COME UPTO MY SUITE AND I'LL INTRODUCE YOU TO THE HEAD OF ANOTHE.R. HOTEL CHAIN. 1 · · · 50 BIG HE CAM KEEP YOU V/ORKING Tl LL YOU'RE TOO CLO TO TOTTER THROUGH ATANGO! NEV/5 GET AROUND' WHY. VICTOR!.. YOU DECIDED TO SUP VOUR. t.EA5M AND COME TO MV PARTY AFTER. ML! I'M TAKING A.WALK--3LFOPX THE LAST FLOOR5HOW! . . . . _ - -- - . - . MUGGS AND SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP THE SALARY IS S525 A WEEK... HO.V ABOUT 6MN!G -'-EcTEF?, HOW WOULD VOU UK- LITTLE J03 HERE AFTER SCHOOL? 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BUT MOV/ THERE'S ANOTHER. ARRIVAL AT THEBOAR'5 HEAD INN.- 2.-X4- ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON YOU ACT LIKE SHES BUT THE WEDDING MOM, PLEASE/L O I SHOULD HAVE HAD PQINTED ON THE ANMOUMCEMENrS.' "SUBJECr ^ \ TO CHANGE / THE BIG QUESTION} /^MOW'S A FINE \l HALFWAY UPTHS INVIFATIONS ARE OUT.' I D1DNTSAY THE BRIDAL DRESSES ABE MADH/-- EVEN THE ORDEJ3ED -- BACKING OUT-? IS -DO vou LOVE HIM ? By AL HOLL1NGSWORTH THKQUGH A WINDOW, fCOKCtjy SEIZES A GAOWP CAR... SCORCHY SMITH

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