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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 21, 1952
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Aufl, 21, 1951 Maun Cilf Globe-G«i«U«, M»»on I*. If- · ' Here and There-- ftews of Your Neighbors in X , · . . , · . · . · ' ' · · ' . . ' . ' . $lorth Iowa and Minnesota '·BRITT--The Misses Jean Ann F^ust and Phyllis C-osgrift have returned from Highland Park, 111., \vjhcre they had employment for the ; summer r: Miss Cosgriff will a^ain leach in the Garner schools this year and Miss Faust will teach iii'Tilonka. DOSAGE--Mrs. Jess Armstrong l?jft by piano Monday for Edinburg, Ind,, to be with PKC and Mrs, \5Jayne Spangler and their new son born Friday at the Eclinburg IIos- pjtai. "FERTILE--Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Ejltcslad of Northomc, Minn., came to visit at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Johnson. "POPEJOY--Stanley D. Bcssman, W'jio has been stationed at Norfolk, Va,, for m a n y months, has ajrlvcd home for a 30-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Bossman. £BRITT--Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Ilpse of Syracuse, N.Y,, sponl several,days at the homo of Agnes and William Shoun. Mrs. Rose is llio former Florence M c G r u d c r and it has been 1!) years since she visited her home town of Britt. Sho also visited her sister, Miss Mnry ijcGrudcr at Mason City. DOSAGE--Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Dunkert, Milwnukec, Wisconsin, : ''p"; spending a week at the home Mr. nnd Mrs. Hen Anderson In Qsage. They have been on a trip to tl)o West Coast, and are now entente home. *PASSETT-- Mrs. Ed Drake and two sons rctvirned to their home inj New Jersey after visiting her grandmother, Mrs, H o n r 1 c 11 a Braves; VTtTONKA--Mrs. Hoy Budlong suffered a cracked boric in her lt. wrjst when her ankle turned to NoiUsvillc, Wis., for a visit with friends. BASSETT--Mrs. Donlon Sum mcrs of Amos was culled to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tucker, by the illness of her father. OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bailey have sold their newly built house to M n r y and Pearl Ijobkirk. The Baileys plan to build another house for themselves and the Hob- kirks plan to sell their house as soon as possible. HAYF1ELD--Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hanson and Karmly of F^sihervllle visited recently at tho Ernest Smith home. Hill wns a former cacJier here. CORWJTH-Mr. a rid Mrs, Loyd Stroup nnd fnrnily drove lo Wells- nirg and visited at tho Mclvin Stokkce home. Arlene, who had pent a Saw days there, returned ionic with them, M A N L Y -- M r . and Mrs. M. It. 5»rkcr nnd daughters are louring T of at she wns hjr home. going dosvnstnirs nl «POPEJOY-- A son wns born July Z J t o ^ r s . lUith H. Nolle, wife of Kenneth C. Nolle, hospital corps irfan .first class, at the U.S.'Naval rfpspital at Camp LcJcune, N.C. Nolle is the son of Mr, ond Mrs. E/lwin M. Nolle of Popcijoy. This ii; the third child for the Noltos yjio live near Gnrnp LeJcuhe. ·tfTlTONKA--Miss Trudy ' Togg, waller, who has been visiting several weeks at the homo of Mrs I$y Budlong and son Donald, has l e f t ' f o r ' h e r home n't Miami, Fin. iCHAPIN--Mr. nnd Mrs. Rny i$6nd Crabb nnd liltlc daughter have returned-home nflor sovCra dfys' trip lo points in Knnsns \yhere Ihcy visited friends. JjCANAWHA -- Louis Remor o Qprner accompanied his (laughter Mrs. L'.';V. .Dolbler and /nrhtly\lc Mounl Vernon to visit a few days in the William Scott home. "POPEJOY--Mr. nnd Mrs. George Tj^tlow nnd daughter Harriett !r campnny with Mr. and Mrs. Hen rj Pntlkomer nnd cliuighlor Eve Jyn spent a low days viewing Ih natural sccnory,in. Uie vicinity o Bj^cGregor and Decornh and n trip o Denver, and intend to do n Jot if sightseeing. LONE no CMC--Mrs. Lena Alltz of .Iiison City is visiling at the homo if her daughter, Mrs. Don Houck. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs, Nate ilano of Lowlstown, Mont,, visited vith relatives here enroutc lo Al- itmce, O. Mrs. Mnnc is the for- nor Doris Grnmlcy, NORTHWOOD--Fret! A. Logo- nan Is a"pnllcnt in Vcloruns Hos- lilal iti Minneapolis. THORNTON--Miss Darlonc Prc- Ipp of Webster Clly is visiting nt ,hc home of* her mother, Mrs. Lu- clllo Prcllpp. 'J'lIOMPSON--Mrs. Pat . C u r r a n ind son Michael returned' lo Ihcir lome at O m a h n , Nob., following a Colorado. They visited Colorado Springs, Pike's Peak and Denver. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs, Gilbert Berringcr and family at Lcadvillc, Colo., former Rudd residents. GALT-- Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Slanton and family were recent gucsls In the home, of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Slanlon at Spirit Lake. SWA LED ALE--Mrs. James Bonnor Is visiting her husband who is In t r a i n i n g at Fort Hiicy, Kan. ' W E S L E Y -- M a r g a r e t Florn and Ihrce other Ft. Dodge teachers re turned recently from a two weeks' trip to .Seattle, Wash., and Van^ couvcr, Canada. A R K D A L E -- M r . and Mrs. Duanc Johnson were hosts nt a family dinner honoring tho. 1 alter':* father, Charles Z i m m e r m a n , on his birlh- dny.. K L K M M E -- M r s . Fred J. Arnold and son Bob left for Knife River, M i n n . , where they will spend several weeks during Ihe hoy fever season. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carey of H u f f a l o , N. Y., Mrs. Jim Sutherland ami d a u g h t e r Judy ol Lake City and Mrs, Ann Zcllrilscli of Odell, 111,, were recent visitors in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Jloyl Iliuiey and f a m i l y . M A N L Y -- M r . and Mrs. (Jlcnn Poguler wont by plane lo Chicago lo nllend Ihe national convonlioc of the A m e r i c a n Soybean Associa lion. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Rober Rockwood and Bill returned recent ly from a week's visit with her brother, Bernard Metille, and fam lly of Peoria, 111., and the .lack and George Melillcs of DCS Moines LONE ROCK--Mr. and Mrs. Gor don B l n n c h a r d nnd f a m i l y of Ma son City nnd Mr. and M r s . Donalt Id girl from St. Monica Home in south Dakota. She has been named Barbara Jean. LONE ROCK -- Mr. and Mrs. ^orge Hanna and family called at he Mrs. Ella Hanna and Walter Jentz homes at Fairmont, Minn. KANAWHA--The Rev. R, D. Kit- erman and Mrs. Bob May acted as camp counsellors at Camp Quest it the Methodist camp grounds at Spirit Lake. NORTHWOOD -- Dale Hove of Vorth Hollywood, Calif., came to isit his brother, Adrian, who is in Veterans Hospital, Dos Moines. He las had Ihree major operations. THOMPSON -- The Rev. A. B. Jedyc of Williams ' is visiling ricnds in this vicinity. He was pas- or of the Thompson and Ellis 'oint Methodist churches some 12 cars ago. THORNTON -- Mr. and Mrs. Jeorgc Pink and Mr. and Mrs. John Winters of Pasadena, Calif., arc visiting al Ihe home of Mr. nd Mrs. Waller Baker. THORNTON-Mrs. Ralph Sorenson returned home from Iowa City vhere Mrs. Sorcnsen went for rcntmcnt. .wo weeks' visit with father Andrew Kiiulcn and brother Dale and Andy. THORNTON -- Mr, and Mrs. fames Uluni arc spending week nt the home of Mr, nnd Mrs,' ilnronco U l u m . POPE JOY--Mr. nnd Mrs. John Trebor and two daughters Choycnne, Wyo., are visiting Mr. arid Mrs. Clifford P. Ellingson^nnd son, ' BODE -- Pvl. Paul Meyer has concluded n 15-day leave at' tho home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Meyer, nnd left from Dos Moines by plnnc for Fort Lawlon, \Vnsh. Paul completed his" basic training in the Signal Corps at Camp Gordon, Ga. RUDD--Mr. nnd Mrs. ' Frnnki Tnylor and dnughtor arrived from Crete, III., whore they had been visiting Mrs. Taylors' parents for several ..weeks. They .spent Ihe summer; vacation in Lincoln, Neb.; where, Mr. Tnylor altcndcd summer school. ALTA VISTA--Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Frnncis Klobassa, a son, Aug. 13. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bur- ingharn roturnod h o m o nftcr spending a week sighlsceing in Blanchard and f a m i l y of Plymoulh visited nt Ihe parental Mrs. Maud Blanchnrd home, MANLY--The Misses Marilyi and Carolyn ffoklen and Carolyn and Audrey Hill have returned k their homes yftcr attending Youli C a m p ut Cedar Fnlls. LAKOTA--Mr. and Mrs. Pan Kollasch have adopted an 8 week BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG AfoAH NUMSKUU. A H A / A NEW CHLOROPHYLL COUNTERFEIT/ AJOAH » plD Vou IT'S EASY TO -THE REAL OWES HAME A MIMT FLAWore r" C, BOND' PA, PEAf? AiOAH = SKOULD A SHIP SLIP our op SLIP WHILE PEOPL5 OH THE PocK ARE VoUR /HOMW0710N To ROOM AND BOARD THIS LETTER CAME TO ^ ME THIS MORNING ' FROM THE ···ULP-" TREASURY DEPARTMENT/-·· · - · · A S A BIG-GAME HUNTER I'VE FACED THE CHARGE OF AN INFURIATED RHINO WITHOUT A QUALM · · · · BUT I TREMBLE TO OPEN THIS ENVELOPE By GENE AHERN 2 D A I L Y C R O S S W O R D 4. A mag-pie 5. Cubic motcr 6. Properly (L.) ;7. JDelivor up to a. foreign: juristliction S. Missile weapon 0. Narrate 30. Sly (Scot.) 17. Awing- 19. An office sccUer 20. Falsehood 21. Burmese tribe 22. Tnvern 23. Personal , pronoun 25. Shut in 20. Coin (Swcd.) 28. High, craggy hill 30.1st note ofacnlo 33. Spigot 35. Unit of length 30. Shrub of peix f a m i l y 37. Moccnsin- like shoes 38. Nest of boxes (Jap.) ·10. Brightly- colored fish 6-11 Ycftlcrilaj-'n A n s w e r ·11. Employ for wages .42. E u r o p c n n rivor 44, Ever (poet.) ·16. Likely 8 IO 13 16 I? 2.1 »i ACROSS '£.. Pillow ··^ covers C, Pauses 11. Unit of ^ weight ,« (stones) 32. Oust :· 13, Maxim f4. Pillar of i stone 15. Pen point 4j. Sun pod IB. A chest '· sound '*:. (mcU.) $. Basement 21. City (Peru) 24. Assist 2$. Expression 27. Regarding 25. Kind of f. duck 31. At home 32. Speck 34. Large ^* volume 33. Optical « illusion 37. Jumbled, /, ns typo M. Italian river 10. Exclamation 4]3. Pilasters 45. Quick 47. Island in ^ thoMcdi- u tcrranean 48. Extra 49. More painful 5p. An anes- ^ thetic *· DOWN 1. Scrutinize 2. Angle o£ a. .*"! fault vein 3. Native of ^ Arabia . , u »· * DAILY CRyPTOQUOTE--Here's how to work It: I A X Y O L B A A X R * is I O X G F E t, r, O \V ",, One letter simply stands for another. In this example A Is used «for the three L's, X ror the two O's, etc. Single letlers, npos- ·trophies, the length and /ornmtion of the words are all hints. .Each day the code letters are different. *» '* A Cryptogram Quotation · j L P S L C H H T X ' D A L V D P R Z T V J S L P J P T K V D P W LTD H C X , C W Z D H V 'W Z D *L C R E - C - M J P S W P N A P E D T Y H V W M V Jc Z C XI -- P ' U V V E E V. **| · ' . £ Yesterday's CryptOQiiotc: LET ME BE DRESSED PINE AS I ^VILL, FLIES, WORMS, AND FLOWERS EXCEED ME STILL-- ·WATTS. * .Citr;but*d by SO, V/lLLVOU DO IT TELL ME THE CONTENTS ? . SURE, BUT SIT DOWN FIRST MAY BE SOMETHING ABOUT YOUR. INCOME TAX/-/· · · · · W A I T - - I S THERE ANY SPIRITS OF AMMONIA INTH' MEDICINE CABINET ? SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOTT CONCORD, -f A.t 35 32 ^ ^ 48 MAYBE IT'S * FEED; r.A" AND STARVE A COLD" BRICK BRADFORD By CLARENCE GRAY MARY WORTH TOO BAD, V151TOR BRADFORD, ACTUAL CAPTURE- IS SCREEN BLACKS OUT · TMEM THE VEHICLE IN SIXE AS THE PLANET DIMINISHES · ·» THAT IS ALL.VISITOR BRADFORD.' THE MISSION-: IS COMPLETE.' THE VEWCLE CIS ON ITS WAV B/VGK .' · A FUIKEY OF DUST ARISES ABOUT THE ^PAC.E MISSILE AS IT DROPS TO THE SURFACE OF \TSOBJECTIVJE PLANET BEING BLOTTED OUT. By KEN ALLEN I . - · I'LL WARRV YOU, EDWIN 1 · -WHENEVER. YOU WISH! PLr.A5E,MARV!-· · DON'T TORTURE MEl IF YOU'RE , GOING TO BREAK. MY HEART LET THE FALL NOW! I HOPE THI5 15 A ·" WI5E. DECISION FOR BOTH MUGGS AND SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP YES, CRAMPS ...THE BIGGEST FISH I EVER HOOKED IN LIFEIAND HE GOT AWAY ! SISTER . i WELt, I'M SORRY, SKEE.TER.' ITS A GREAT D1SAPPOIMTME.MT ' TO ANYONE TO LOSE A FISH THAT SIZE..,. ....BUT A SMALL BOV WHO LOSES A LARGE PlSH HAS OWE CONSOLATION... f ...VES...yOU AT LEAST KNOW THAT THE FISH CAN'T GO AROUND BRAGGING ABOUT THE SIZE OF THE GUV HE GOT AWAy FROM!.' "M ,/f %**$ e-;i By F O R G R A V E NOW IF YOU'LL EXCUSE ME I'LL SEE ABOUT FEEDING MY UTTLE YOU'LL FIND SOME LEFTOVERS IN TViE I ICEBOX.YOU CAN MAKE THEM DO. ~MOkGAN, M. D. NO. WE HAVE OUR OWN FOOD. J BUT WE WILL NEEDSOME MILK- WELUTfW'S A QELIEF- YOU CANT EXPECT ME TO FEED ALL YOUR HUNGRY MOUTHS,BUT ASTOTnlE MILK- cow IN THE 84RN THAT HAS TD BE MILKED. MILK HER AND YOU CAN WAVE A BIT OP THE MILK-FOR. A PRICS,OF COURSE". WELLAT LEAST THAT INSURES OUR GETTING-faE MILK WS NEED. By DAL CURTIS · I DON'T WANT TO DISTRESS i YOU ANY MOEE THAN I NECESSARY, MS, PUMP, : BUT YOU MUST E 101X7 I WftNT YOU TO T£LL ME EVEK.YTHIN6 TCP.' of MIM 3Z,OOO,OOO,OCO ftlUKOi of RAIM OK. SMOSV FA.LL t*-^ SlCOKD UPOH Kl- EARfrf. CONSUME W-L Of(£R REOPLE. IN 'fAL. WORLD 7 AMDUCA.NS. OAKY DOAKS FL5ECE 15 JULIAN'S WIFE.' HE ATTEMPTED TO nee so THAT HE'D BE FK.ES TD . you.' AND X THOUSHT YOU \vsee so KINO, JULIAN.'' IT WAS NOT ME, IT WAS MY YlO.VEY THAT YOU WANTcP.' V\'A5N'T ITT HOW CEUDcLY YOU PUT IT, (V\Y PEAK .' LET US JUST SAY THAT YOU KSPFISSENTED 'A CERTAIN SECURITY FOE ME/ A SECURITY I HOPED TO SET AT ANY COST / )m *$·- *£ /' n t; -^^M OAI Try and Stop Me By BENNETT CERF N OT FAR from the University of Georgia-campus stands the only tree in the world that owns ilself. Early in the eighteen hundreds, one Co!. William Jackson, who owned the land on w h i c h . t h i s tree stands, stipulated i n ' h i s will, "For' and in consideralion of the great love I bear this tree and the desire I have for its proteclion for all lime, I convey to it entire possession of itself and all land within eight feet thereof on all sides." The original tree succumbed to old age and a heavy storm years ago, but in its place thrives one of its offspring. * » * "When warm weather first sets in," noted Philosopher Sam HImmoll, "trees put on clothes. When the summer heat Is most intense, their clothes arc thickest. When the season becomes cooler, they begin to remove their clothes. And when the bitter cold of winter arrives, they take off their clothes entirely." "Hmphh," commented his down-to-earth sales manager. "Just like the young- girt who lives in the apartment next door to us." .Copyright, 105J, by Bennett Ccrf..Distributed byjviny Features Syndicate] TD MY FATHER'S CAVE' ^MY MAMMA WILL FIX YE UP WITH A v --?·.-.. LEOPARD-SKIW ) /""""^ T\, WEDDW ^-^ ( H!, 06G/ y. By N. HEY/ I LIKE YOUR FIANCEE' --v_ BETTER'W MINE/ LET'S SWAP/ ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON HOW CAM WE COMPETE WITH THOSE CURVY · DISHES ? NO ME M .? NO DATES.'/ DEATH, IS THV sriNG-?/y -- BUT STAGE" A PAETV Vvimour MEN." --AND I'VE CALLED 8OV I (CNOW -- ir'S THAT- BEAUTY E ALL BUSVTONKSMr- BEAUT/ CONTEST JClD/'-fcEEP PHONllMS.'.'-- I'M 31\ A MOOD FOE A r ttKtv Rir? BLAST". THEY'RE BUZZ IMS AI2OUND "THOSE GLAMOUf3 DOLLS SCORCHY SMITH By RODLOW WILLARD NOT/HOP, SIS-' ASTAt? 3ZKo SN COONTEi? CONCOSSIOfJ CO.WOUNP.' COME POWNLIkTEAROCkr/M THE MUD.' WHV.'FJ LEBA L^VvJPS HS? SHIP LIKE A FEATHER.' ,

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