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

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, August 25, 1952
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Aug. 25, 1952 Miiiou city lilube-Uiiellc, .1U»on Cily. i* Here and There-News of Your Neighbors in North Iowa and Minnesota LONE ROCK -- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gcnrich visited at the John Gcnrich home at Milwaukee, Wis. FENTON--Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goetsch have gone to their summer home on Spring Lake, Minn., for several weeks. CORWITK--Mr. and Mrs. Carl Max of Chicago arc visiting at the Fred Will and Clarence Robinson homes. RICEVILLE--MI-K. Ralph Man- and daughter, Mrs. Harold Kosch- mcdcr and two sons arc .vacationing in Wisconsin. ORCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rayek are parents of a daughter KAN'AWUA--Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oustad and son and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Muling and son oC Britt arc having a fishing trip to Grand Rapids, Minn. CHARLES CITY--Charles Wright was named chairman of a committee arranging for a public showing of "In Our Hands," a moving picture produced by the American Economic Foundation. POPEJOY -- Supt. and Mrs. Emory E. Johnson and family vis ited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul llnnsell, at Eagle Grove. Marilyn and Patty Johnson remained for several days. Iowa State Fair's national livestock show. Ho will exhibit H Hereford swine. . ! CRYSTAL LAKE--The Rev. and Mrs. Gerhard Hjclmaas have gone to California on their vacation whcro they will visit the former's sister and family who live near San Francisco. C U E S T E R -- Elaine Da hi of Rochester, N. Y., John Prestegard of LcRoy, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maurer Jr. of Waterloo and C. S. Maurer were recent guests at tho Robert Maurer home. CIIAPIN--Supt. and Mrs. \\ r . M. Shcnnan and sons returned home from a few days' visit at Taina and Keota. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard I'olnn accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Molvin 1'olzin drove to St. Louis, Mo., for a visit in the Herman Polzin home. born Monday at tho Mitchel! County Memorial Hospital al Osage. LAT1MER--Mrs. Caroline Hem pel oC Acklcy is visiting in the Mr. and Mrs. Alclrich Bccnen home. GREENE--Mrs. Leo Kiefer was called (o Mironda, Calif., by the death of her brother-in-law, Edward Culbech. He is survived by his wife, the former Bertha Brown o[ Greene and seven children. LONE ROCK--Mrs. Mary Bates and Mr. and Mrs. Don Moore ol Phoenix, Ariz., are visiting friends and relatives here. LATIMER -- Derald Merrill of Stale Center is spending this wok with relatives in and around Lali- mcr. GARNER--Mrs. Al Brueckner accompanied by Mrs. N. E. Brear drove to Minneapolis this week on a business mission. John Brueck ner accompanied them to Minne apolis and boarded a plane there for Tacoma, Wash., where he wil be employed in an airplane in ana fncturing plant. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Steve Field and family of O m a h a , Neb., ar rived for a short visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tork Larson am f a m i l y and with Mrs. Joe Larson CIIAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Harol Lanigan of Ottumwa were rccen guests in the Ben Andrews anc Lloyd Abrams homes. LONE ROCK--Mrs. W. G. Flaig underwent surgery at the Mayo Clinic at Rochester, Minn. LEROY, Minn. -- Donald Olson, ho has been stationed at Camp ucker, has received his discharge nd returned home. CORWITH--Kenneth Reed of o' Angeles, Calif., arrived for a isit at the A. E. Mullin home. His ife and family arc visiting here nd will return home with him the nd of the week. R I C E V I L L E -- Mrs. George! vans is convalescing at her home ollowing a gallbladder operation t the Cedar Valley Hospital in harles City. BANCROFT--Mr. and Mrs. Ger- kl White arc the parents of a son orn Aug. 17 at Holy Family Hos- ital Esthcrville. ALLISON--Mrs. J. Francis Allan clurneci home from the Allen Icmorial Hospital in Waterloo vherc she submitted to surgery. GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. Stanon B nines arc the parents of a GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Laughery and children of San Diego, Calif., will arrive this weekend to spend a vacation with tho D. C. Marsh's in Greene and in the homo of Charles City. KANAWHA -- Paul EckiiolT is having a furlough from Fort Riley Kan. A recent guest in the Henry Eekhofl home was Miss Jennie Boverhuis of Hollandale, Minn. Gaylord Torney, who is stationed at Camp Richardson, Alaska. OSAGE--Word from Sgt. Clarence B r u m m is that he is to he soon home from Korea following seven month's there in switchboard coinnumicaiions work. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moon and daughter Lnura of oekport are visiting Mrs. Moon's other, Mrs. Mabel German, and .her relatives. GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. Fred alfpop in company with their aughter's f a m i l y the Charles lums of Mason City returned ome from a two weeks' t r i p to lie West Coast, LATIMEH--Mrs. Lottie Pence nil daughter Judy Pence of Elgin, 1., left Tuesday after several days isit in the Louis Muhlenbruck ome. KANAWIIA--Dudley B. Johnson, irrnan third class from Warren Vir Force base at Cheyenne, Wyo. nine for a visit with his parents Ir. and Mrs. C'arlton Johnson ami ther relatives and friends. LONE ROCK Mr. and Mrs on born Aug. 10 at the Bclmond icspitai. LATIftEER--Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jennen returned Irom a visit with \lr. and Mrs. George K. Latch in Vashington, TJ. C., and other points. RAICE--Jlrs. Charles Low cry' is employed as a clerk at the J. C. Penney store in Blue Earth, Minn., ler sister, Donnabel Olson, started his week to clerk at the Pieschcl llexall drug store in Blue Earth. GARNER--Lincoln Goll of Garner will be an exhibitor at the George Kissncr and Mr. and Mrs Mcrwin Maiiow have rcturnci from a vacation through the West ern Stales. NORA SPRINGS -- Sgt. Dean Timm arrived home from Cam McCoy, Wis., where he had beei located since March. Having com pleted 21 months in the army, h received his discharge. Of tha period, one year was spent in Ko rea. He is the son of Mrs. Hikl Timm of Nora Springs. CORWITH--Beverly Sleinlicht i visiting her sister and f a m i l y , Mr? Roy Paine in Mason City this week RICEVILLE--Mrs. Gaylord To ney left Wednesday by plane froi Rochester, Minn., Anchorag Alaska to join her husband, Pf VJELL...A CARPENTER CAN'f| BUILD A CARP f BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG -V" ^ -V jf +S ~^S I CANT P71 ' (^ TWO RMPS PAJAMAS IP?,Iij ( WASH AND THE -nfr-^-^fZ roiHE 1HW A V M A S THAT MEANS)/ DON'T BE SILLY- I ** l»i- V?Vji K'-'j! *'"»'yl V"*Hti«. 1^'. Wailjittj.t.11 Hunt-l. ' , AF3ENT YOU BRICK BRADFORD - By CLARENCE GRAY /£AI3 NOAH = IF A 'BRICKLAYER CAN LAV A BRICK/ WHY CANT A Q LEO G, \AieLUK, BRirr, TOWA 'EAR AOA.*- is THE? PART OF A CAR THAT CAUSES MOST ACCIDEWTS THE NUT THAT HOLDS THE eL "? AueorowM PA . AH.' YOU'EG BACK, OLD BOY .' 1 HAVE NEWS FOR YOU r- 1 PELWA 16 I DON'T HAWE MUCKTIME. 1 I'VE GOT TO GET BACK.' -«S - QUAHDt?A EXCITED.' I DIDN'T QUITE \ HEAR WHAT HE SAID.' --'" MARY WORTH By'KEN"ATLEN WHY.'. -THE LYING LITTLE. SKUNKI. - LET'O j THERE AN D TfLLHiM METHINICHKLEPTTOVVN/^^? ^^OOD 1 ...TDCM e,Tft.PTC r-.niMA Xi Ur-,WiL|v\\.eui uuuu, ^--ef-s^^' MUGGS AND "SKEETER " THEM STARTS GOIM6 AROUND WITH THAT OLD THING! NO! I LOOK A FRIGHT, GERTIE! l'U } FOLLOW HIM 70 FIND OUT WHERE Hi s LIVES NOW-· · THEN,TOMORROW, WHAT A SHOCK. THAT TWO-TIMER?5 GONNA GET) By WALLY BISHOP ROOM AND BOARD G E N E A H E R N Ease that tension Chew Wrigley's Spearmint Gum. Pleasant chewing reduces strain. Helps you feel relaxed. Enjoy it anytime, anywhere. LI/A, YES AND, SAY' YOU CAN SPREAD THE V7ORD AROUND TO ALL. THE WOLVES OF THIS HOUSE MOT TO START CURLING THEIR TONGUES IN ANTICIPATION OF RUSHIWG ANE FOR BORROWING BITES /· · · #4O7 HAS GONE IN THE BANK I I HEARD TH'GOOD NEWS ABOUT .YOUR. GETTING A *4O7 REFUND CHECK FOR. OVERPAYMENT ON YOUR. INCOME TAX.' WAS SET FOR. .VtlURE REALlV OVERWEIGHT ! HERE. LOOK AT THE OIART., ACCORDING JM/t! TO THIS... FOR JW ·I..IW JUST ONE FOOT. SIX INCHES, TOO SHORT ...TIIWS ALL!! B I G SISTER SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK CONJURER, OHF- Wllo PRAC-ic.LS By R. J. SCOTT YES, INDEED, WE'RE GOING i BJTAREM'T TO DO OUR SLEEPING OUT t^ERE BEDS HERE IN OUR TENT- IN ThIE HOUSE WE COULD USE? MERE ADE. r ASKD MDS,WASP ABOUT TMEMAND \YHAT DO YOU TM1NK SHE SAID? I COULDN'T GUESS, -- -- By FORGRAVE SHivVANTEDUS ALLtO SLEEP IN ONE BED TO SAVE USING TOO MANY SHEETS. L. REX MORGAN, M. D. By DAL CL ris iing AG403 D A I L Y C R O S S W O R D ACKOSS J . H u r l 5. Reach across 9. Dromedary 10. Hesitate 12. Rugged mountain crcsL 13. Choice group r. Sugary 6. Chum 7. Greedy Ji. Music term (anc. Gr. Mas.) 9. Bounder 1'J. The female r u f f 10. Alcoholic liquor 14. Disorganize IS. Suit 1 a. River (Scot.) ( c h c m . ) 17. Prepares for 19. Queen of publication 19. Flightless bird 22. Halt an cm 23. Nurse ( O r i e n t . ) 27. Forecast 29. Bondsman 30. Raisetl 31. Expression 32. Salting bin for fish 33. Marine mammal K(5. Kind of cap 3!). Set free 43. A marble 45. Passenger steamship 4C. Bolshevist leader 47. Come in 48. Feat 49. River i E n r . ) DOWN 3. Biblical weed 2. Measure (Hcb.) 3. Bristielikc processes 4. Slim fairies 20. Belonging to ii.-; 21. M a t u r e 24. Spring month 25. Topaz h u m - ming bird 2(i. Chop 28. Japanese shrill) 29. English poel 31. Khoshonean Indian ;;·(. General tendency 3D. Part of a harness :JG. Dancers' cym bals ."7. Grew old fosYtR. rt '(KE O^LV COMPOSER -- m -ft.E. »ULL of fi-ME.. Saturday's Ansivcr ;!S. Hair on horse's neck ·10. Poker stake ·11. Prophet ·i:. Rlundci- H. Bind 30 36 2.O ·37 21 7". V/rlW MAV CAUiL A FoS. OP, A P.AJXOOM uo^'tb RUU vrtLit YOU H I M ? R/vBiES. you 'ee FORTUNATE TO HAVE LOST JUST THE PIAMONP, PUMP/ YOU GOING TO 'FOLLOW JULIAN ? H£ TOOK MY MOST PKECIOU5 BINS.' "r KNOW IT, TGP/ ITS MOT THE COST OF THE KING THAT BOTHERS MS! \T5 THE HUMILIATION i FEEL AT BEINS COMPLETELY PUPEP/ THEN PEPHAP9 YOU'LL FEEL OAKY DOAKS By N. B. FULLER -By BENNETT CERF- TJWO RIVAL CAVEIA! · HAVE KJJOCKED EACH OTHER OUT W A FIGHT OVER · SUE HAS TAKEM THE OPPORTUNITY ·fo GO BACK: TO 'fl-E SPOT vms muG" IN/COUSCOUS... ETTA KETT ------ HE'sG-GONE/ i^ --^ in. HE MIGHT BE BADLY HURT.' I MUST FIWD HIM QUICK/ MOW ITS MIGHT, \WD WILLIE IS GETTIHG mGKTEUED AWD FRANTIC-. HE CAH T BE. FAR AWAY, BUT r DOM'T DARE CALL OUT- IT WOULD BE TOO DAWGEROUS/ AHP WEARBY, AWOTHER GKL IS ALSO OH THE PROWL... JUST WAIT TILL EFIMD OAIO/AWDTHAT BLEACHED OLTT BLONDE/h lv ^^j- By PAUL ROBINSON London producer who lir;,i. i n t r o - icc of DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE--Here's how to work it: is L O N G F E T, L O W A X Y I) I- R A A X It Or." letter simply stands for another. In this e x a m p l e A i?. usr-d for the three L's. X for the two O's. etc. Single letter.";, npos- Iroplues. the length and formation of the words arc all hirsts. Each day the crxle letters are different. A Cryptogram Quotation F B T A. V R M ' H K X M B V G A M H K D T F O A K J V D K X M E O B T -- T T J T M B. Saturday's Cryptoqiiole: HE LOOKED UPON THE TRAITORS, HIS GLANCE WAS STERN AND HIGH-- MACAUL.AY. Distributes by Klr.e Fcuiurca Syndicate C H A R L I E COCMRAN, th duc'cd Bca Lillic and G e r t r u d e Lawrence to Americ;m audiences, liked to rccull one "Hamlet" that was per- i formed in Manchester on New Year's Eve. At the end of the first act, the entire cast repaired to a tavern next door to the theatre and d r a n k toa;;t;; until the curtain call came. j Tho ar;tor p l a y i n g Rosr-n- j crantz .stapgcred on-.'itapo a m i i began m i x i n g u p i'ia linos in j f r i g h t f u l faahion. y v achoiar in the balcony finally Inollerrd. "Rosencrantz, you're tli-unkcr than a goat." Roscncrant/. directed a bleary stare at the man who harj i n t e r r u p t e d h i m , and remarked airily. "Right you are, but if you t h i n k I'M d r u n k , w a i t till you £et a look at Guilde/wtcrn!" * * «· » Another saloon story concerns the bartender v/ho lappnd a customer tentatively on the arm and whispered, "Excuse rnc, mister,.but if you arc the pale-faced runt who looks like a lop-caml rabbit, I'm to tell you your wife 'got tired of waiting and drove the car honit: w i t h o u t you." C-Tynglit, W63, l)y E:mn;lt CVrf. UUd IMil'-rl by Kirjj.; I-Valm.-.; Hyniliuntc. ·'- +·* w ; ^ ··· : -r/ ^* r -vr^M« I ^rt^M \ \.. r -y /r" ,. -; mm K SCORCHY SMITH r IPVJE WANFANV DATE^ ^ x ...^ MEtJ, VJE'VE JUST GOT TO 60 ) LATER |r-J TH:S BE^UI SEE WMAT r l/EANj.",' VJE SUPE SANK CUE ALLOWANCES ON THESE suirs.;'\N£'LL MAKE THE BOYS' EYES I POP LIKE FLASHLIGMr , P5J^ - By RODLOW WILLARD THIS WAV TO CUSTOMS I.WAISKATIOM i PuEASE 5HOA/ PASSPCOT, _ . . PLANETAI5V CITIZENSHIP ANC? INNOCULATION CECTIPlCATES -' |S THE O\'L.V 3 Ti-ii 'AAflJ /v5O43 THE SPACE SHIP ATASTAKS SWPORT, SCO%:H, /S K£EM TO Sec THE SIGHTS, THERE IS A ! i PO VOU BNJTEe n.wv\.' POMDU K AS Tourasr; CLAIM TO B£ yy STUDENT O^ PB?AAAMENT HUMAN OR RESIPSUT? .'?.'! WISH ICOULP DO VOU APVOCATE OR Its^ENP TO OVERTHROW THEASTAR

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