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August 22, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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Aug. M, I«J Ma«o» Clljr O)ohe-O»i«!l«, M«nn Clljr, I*, Here and There-News of Your Neighbors in North Iowa and Minnesota BODE--Dr. and Mrs. T. M. Hos-! «tng a n d - little granddaughter, Trudy Rossing, of Llvermore, have returned from Vlroqua, Wis., whcro they spent several days at the homo of Mrs. Rosslng's sister. RUDD--Mrs. Harm Happen, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Brandau and daughter and Mrs, Lloyd Bornestein and son nrc spending a week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Leach at Hastings, Neb., and Mrs. Albert Lang at Btayden, Neb. GALT-Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Watne and family left on a trip through the eastern stales. They expect to visit relatives in Connecticut and Brooklyn, N. Y, COULTER--Mr. and Mrs. Roy Slephcnson and daughter Jano of Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gabrielson of Dos Moincs visited at the C. E. Stcphenson homo recently, RUDD--Charles 0, Nelson, former teacher in the Rudd school, has accepted a position to teach typing and bo adviser for the scliool newspaper at Johnson's High School In St. Paul, Minn. He received his .master's dogreo in business education and office m a n - agement at the University of Iowa Aug. 0. WESLEY -- Elnlno Mullen of Omaha, Neb., Lowell Erdman and Mrs. Leila Jordan of Des Molnos and Volyenc Hanson of Ccdnr Falls were recent guests In their tive .homos. KANMVHA-- Elaine Kalvig vis. lied In the homo of her sister, Mrs. AlvJn Harrenstcln nnd family at Hampton. Their parents, tho Elmer Kalvigs, also visited in Hampton. FERTILE--Mrs. Leslie Hunter and three children arc spending a week with a sister and family in \Vatcrloo, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Skil lings. They accompanied Kenneth Hanson nnd his slsfer, Mrs. Rus »cl Fuller who have been visiting their mother, Mrs. Halllc Hanson the past week. SCARVILLE-Mr. and Mrs. May. lard Langcrud and Mr. and Mrs. ·iclmor Arnevick returned recently rom a trip to Georgia whero they visited Dunne Langcrud at Camp jordon. LONE ROCK--Mr. and Mrs. Le- ·oy Hcnrickscn of Armstrong are he parents of their first child, a on, born at the Holy Family Hospital at Esthervillc, Mr, and Mrs. Alex Radlg are the maternal rnndpnrents. MANLY--Mr. nnd Mrs. C, M. lorcnson returned from a trip to Vashinglon, D. C., Niagara Falls and m a n y other places. They wore accompanied by their son nnd wife, tfr. and Mrs. Charles Sorenson, of 12, after serving 22 months with a year in Korea. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman are now at home on a farm near Allison. FREDER1CKSUURG-- Nell Sullivan, for several years employed as shop foreman at I'. E, Morf Motor Co,, has resigned and leased the Sinclair Oil station. riUDD--Mrs, Elsie Ellis of Farley spent the past two weeks visit \ng in the home of Miss Madge Waterhouse and Miss L o l a ' A r m strong. SWALEDALE--Thomas Hoskins Sr., Herbert Hosklns and Mrs, Har ry Hnnsen of Sprlngbrook, Wls., visited Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Hoskins. RUDD -- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stalker and E. E. Stalker went to Btoomfngton, III., to attend a Stalker family reunion. WESLEY--Sgt. Glenn Fuller left Aug. 18 for Camp McCoy, VYJs,, with tho 103rd division for tv/o weeks' training as a reserve officer. ama. GOODELL-- Colleen and Tarry Taylor arc visiting their gramlpar cnts, the Martin Boenkcs, nt Ma. on City. NORTHWOOD -- Mr, and Mrs. 3corgo Wcscott of Lawlon, Okla,, havo been visiting relatives and rlcnds here for two weeks. He is n Army service and may be sent across soon. LONE ROCK --- Mr. and Mrs. .''red Flalg arc visiting their son, ^vt. Kenneth Flalg, at C a m p Jhafce, Ark. NORTHWOOD-Mrs. Ed Elling :on of Rldgeway has been visiting n Northwood tho past two weeks. MESERVEY -- Guests in the Frank Nlsscn home recently, included Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Wright of Cedar Rapids. THOMPSON -- Engcl Branstad, vho will bo graduated from Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Tails following the summer school session, will teach school at Ackey tills school year. POl'EJOY-- Mr. and Mrs. Milford Whlpplc of Austin, Minn., were visitors in tho Donald Whipplc liomo. GENEVA-- Mr. and Mrs. Mol- vln Abbns left for Coronntlo, Calif., to visit her .brother, Howard Hof- mcister and family. Mr. and Mrs. KLEMME--Mrs. Earl Denmark of Chicago visited w i t h her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Larson. THOMPSON--Mrs. Amelia Awe returned home following a two weeks' visit at tho home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rhubee, at Jeffers Minn. Her grandson Daryl Rhubcc enlisted and left for service in the Air Force while she was there. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Omar Valentine and two daughters o Bourbon, Ind., were recent visitors in tho P. C. Hnynes home. Mrs Evelyn Saunche, who has spcni several months in the Hnynes home, loft recently to join her hus band In Hutchins, Wls. LONE ROCK -- M r . and Mrs C'lalr Uolllngcr nnd family and Mr and Mrs. W. C. Heitcr recently visited nt the L. B. Hollistcr homo nt White, S. D. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. John Huff and Andrew returned reccntlj from a vacation trip to Yellowston Park. ' LONE ROCK--Mr. and Mrs. Ed O'Donncll and Maynard of Em minglon, 111., are visiting relatives FERTILE--Mrs. Henry Shelm- nnd Mrs. Pete Grove left for Kan sns City to visit n sister and fam !y, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Northvedt, nd to aucnrl their golden wedding .nniver.sary. MANLY--Jake Rcindl was guest if honor on his 83rd birthday at a amiiy gathering at the home of his on and daughter-in-law, Mr. and V1rs. Vance Relndl southeast of own. LAKOTA--Mr. and Mrs. Henry tecnhard are parents of their first child, a son, at the Buffalo Center fospital. Mrs, Stecnhard is the former Margaret Dalberg of Redwood Falls, Minn., H. E, teacher lore for three years. NORTHWOOD -- Mr. and Mrs. ieorgo Thompson and daughter are moving to Osceola this week vhero Mr. Thompson will work in a newspaper office. MKSERVEY--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rulgh of Iowa City, Mr. and rtrs. Don Ruigh and sons of Iowa Tails, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Zickafonsc and children of Sioux Falls, S, D., were guests at the parental C. K. Hulgh home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruigh left Monday 'or New York, N. Y., and will cave from there Thursday for Eng and. BLONDIE BLONDIE, I'M BRINGING THE BOSS HOME BECAUSE HIS WIPES MADATHIM AND WEVE HAD SUCH A TOUGH DAY--WEVE BEEN V/ORKING GALLEV SLAVES NOAH NUMSKULL _ 'EAR NOAH J- WHEtf TWO ARTISTS FIGHT, DOES IT ALWAYS END IM A ·'Df?AVJ*'? SGT: /reris ISAAC, Jl^EAR AJOAH =· IS A DISK JOCKE 1 / OME WHO LNES ON'*SP/NS AKiO ALICE BLONDIE PROMISED TO KEEP THE SO IT WIU. BE RESTFUL FOR US By CHIC YOUNG |t / J ~^~~r---N Ji( SLAVE DRIVER.' PoSTCAtlO Voo/Z PUA) To Dtilrktrulrvl by Khfll r»«1ur«» H*oi)lc*l« ROOM AND BOARD Ilofinci.stor of Ackley have charge of the farm during their absence, RUDD-- Marvin Anderson, Rudd band director, underwent surgery in the orthopedics department at the University Hospital at Iowa City. He was reported to be recovering. RUDD-Mr. nnd Mrs. II. E. Miller and sons of Uenson, Ari/., visited in tho home of Mrs. Benson's sister, Mrs. Ed Hlgby. BIUSTOW-- Sgt. Molvln Sherman returned homo from C a m p Alter- bury, Ind./ whero ho was discharged from tho Army on Aug. Lively flavor cools your mouth. Freshens taste -- moistens throat* AG401.1 DAILY C R O S S W O R D ACROSS J. Seipent- lizard B. To put forth foliage 8. Young , .herring 10. Mountains (So. Am.) 12. A vegetable 14. Identical 15. Arabic . (abbr.) 16. Garden ' amphibian 18. Uncooked 19. Color 21. Fall without warning 23. The (Fr.) 24, Man's name 26. Packed 28. Flightless bird 30. Ilegrct 31. Talented 3-4. Escapes (slang) 37. Ahead 38. 3G5 days 40. Female deer 41. Strange 43. A tawny boast ( A f r . ) 45. Norse god 4G. Legislative body 48. Showed mercy 60. More rational 52. AH 53. Roman emperor 84. Cliques DOWN 1. Leaner 2. Blunder 3. Portion 4. Bend 5. Music note 6. Half cms 7. Jewish month 1 8. Opposite of "male" 9. Mufllcr 11. Stitched 13. High 17. Movable barrier 20. Unable to hear 22. An apostle (Bib.) 25. Obligation 27. Not living 29. Bottom of a ship 31. Merchandise 32. Native of India 33. Platform 35. Conveyers 30. Shabby 39. Thick cords 42. Sand dune (Kng.) 4 - t . T h c h u b 5JM AM S ClAR A T ncira ana IBB tauaa ura staa By GENE AHERN HEY.C-----A GOOD THING YOU ASKED ME TO OPEN THE LETTER. FOR. YOU FROM THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT · · -THE V/AY YOUR. HAND V/AS SMAlilNG, YOU V/OULD HAVE HAD TO TACK THIS OM THE WALL IN ORDER TO READ IT HIM, P,OBIM, HE'S SINKING* ,, A CHECK. FOR, 4O7---FOR OVER- E PAYMENT ON YOUR. /" INCOME TAX / SCOH'S SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOn cilcrHay's Amwcr 47. Thrice (nuis.) ·19. 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COULD YOU EVER CALL ME THAT FROM YOUR -HEART, BEAUTIFUL^ LADY ? ~By KEN ACttR CONGRATULATEME,RJLEy!/ T unpp )T MW.WORTH HA-J JU5T AEAN5 THE ADDED MANY YEARS "^ «E-AN5 THE OF JOY TO MY EARTHLY SPAN! ..nr.^nn ^^ AT ONCE., BRICK.!-- JUST A5 T^t^v^F^rl ^°°N A* CERTAIN- - UK- · · T rM/r E^F! V LEGAL DETAILS ARE TAKE. PLACE? f\ TAKEN CARE .oF! · WH--WHATOOYQU MEAN BY THAT REMARK? 50RRV..-I UNDERSTAND now!- · I'M ALL ON EDGE!-CAN'T THINK. STRAIGHT- · · FROM 5HEER. EC5TAV/ ByWALLY' MUGGS AND SKEETER BIG SISTER By FOR'SRAVE fNDEEO I'LL MEED NO WURSE IF E CAN KEEP Ti-lAr YDONG BEtM HERE. ABL.e ASJO SHE KNOWS HOW To TT ^-, COOK.t - - -- -- -S REX MORGAN, M. D CHEAPGQ TO FEED MER AHO MER TQIBE PAN Td HIC?E A NURSE. I'LL SEE tXDNT EAfTOQMUCH.j -T ^-X SHE'LL SAVE ME MORE WAN TME COSTT IF 1 PLAY ON HER SYM W^IES I CAN KEEP HER i HERE TILL I'M ON MY FEET AGAIN/' THEN I CAM CUN 'EM OUT.' TS--it- Gji. l?12, King Fahm SjiJxj CAKTWeiGHT ? YOU'P BETTEK COME ^V IV SOKRY, BUT XlONG WtTH t?e. MORGAN \ I CAN'T OBLIGE / AND N\E, JULIAN.' THE POUCE WILL WANT TO SEE OU/ THeY, MR.^ f TrfEN YOU WILL "\ CERTAINLY THE TWO HAVE TO Be TAKEM J OF YOU AREN'T COINS BY FOKce .' -, TO TKY IT, ARE YOU 7 tffj ^S OAKY DOAKS IH ^ By DAL CURTIS ·TOU SHOULD KNOW BY NOW, ME.. CAETWRlSHT, THAT I STOP AT NOTHING. . NOT EVEN MURDER/ DAILV CRYPTOQUOTE--Here's how to work It: A X Y D I , B / Y A X n is L, O N G F E L I. O W One letter simply stands for another. In this example A Is uacd for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single Ictter.i, npos- trophles, the length and formation of the words nrc all hints. Each day the code Idlers arc different. A Cryptogram Quotation L T H C T K I T N T H H T K V O N ' I A I O C G V B N T C P, C T I G N T L M C S N G I N M S S G N I V B U M H J I T K T G -- V A E I T C . Yesterday's Cryptocjuote -- HOW HAPPY'S THE SOLDIER WHO UVES ON HIS PAY, AND SPENDS HALF-A-CROWN OUT OF SIXPENCE A DAY!--O'KEEFFE. tx Klnj Ftttuni A N OLD bishop in the nation's capital was sick to death of the socials and embassy parties he was expected to attend every other afternoon. At one of them he entered warily, glanced sourly at the over- familiar crist of characters, nnd sank · into the nearest chair. The hostess asked coyly, "A spot of tea, Bishop?" "No tea," he growled. "Coffee, Bishop?" "No coffee." A n u n d e r s t a n d i n g woman, she whispered in his car, " S c o t c h and water, Bishop?" Said the Bishop, brightening, "No water." * * · A debonair Wall S t r e e t broker came down with a vlrvis Infection, and was hospitalized for a fortnight. Visiting him about his tenth day in bed a friend was not surprised to note that the nurse was a bcavitiful blonde, but was puzzled to sec two entirely different charts clipped to the broker's bed. "The one on the left," explained the broker, when pressed, "is for my illness. As for the one on tho right--well, do you see the steady line of Improvement? It charts the progress I'm making 1 with that blonde nurse." Copyright, 1952, by Bennett Ccrf. DlsUlbutca by King Features Syndicate. ^ 1 LIKE HER,TOO/ VOL) BETTER SVWP// NOPE, I DOW'T WAWTA SWAP WOMBJ/I LIKE THIS OWE, AW' I'M GONWA MARRY HER/ ETTA KETT By N. B. FULLER I WON'T SWAP/ VOL) WILL SWAP/ ( AW YOU'LL AWSWEK FDR ^------ THIS/ By PAUL ROBINSON IT'S YOUE DUTY TO SEE THATSME HAS A GOOD TIME HST2E ON A VISIT.? r. KNOW, MOM --irs THAT BEAUrY CONTEST.^ -- ALLTHE- GUVS HAVE GONE" FOI2.THE Gir2L5S -- I CANT EVSM G-ET A OATS' REMEMBEe JUSTEEM is youre sue'sr/ CANT YOU GIVE HEI2 A PAer// --AT LE AST GET A DATE/ JUSTEEM WAS "^ MAS A Fors. vou.? - BUT; MOM'' TVE ACTUALUV SCORCHY SMITH By RODLOW WILLARD o THIS « % . COMVEVOR BELT TAKES US THTOLEH THE SCRUB A.VJP POLISH S«X:£ SHIPS P.-WCAKE IN VOO? 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