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August 28, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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Aw«o*t », mi Mat** City CI»V»-G»»ttl«, MtM« CHy, Here and There- News of Your Neighbors in North Iowa and Minnesota WESLEY--The Henry Haverlys «nd Ed Cinka and the latter's two sons spent several days recently with the Clarence Haverlys of Harvard, 111. · THORNTON--The hot lunch will start at the Thornton school Sept. 2 with the same price of 25 cents a meal. Mrs. A. W. Christensen and Mrs, Caroline Floy will be the cooks, assisted by student help. GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Van Buskirk ;are spending two weeks in Tonawanda, N. Y., visiting in the home of their daughter, Mrs. Raymond Yeager. .'; THORNTON--John Grabbe and Donald Dean of Alamagorclo, N. M., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Springer. CORW1TH--Mrs. Lydia Martin is visiting her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin, at Geneva, Neb." FERTILE--At a meeting of the school board Dale Kuns was hired to replace Norman Rye who resigned. The others are M. Purcell, Norman Nye and Lawrence Jenkins. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. Mahel , Dixson arid' granddaughter, Diane of Boonei visited at the Ray L. Dixson home. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Doran also came from'Boonc and all returned home together. Other guests of the Dixsons were Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Smith and three children of Mason City and Mrs. Dora Morgan of Ogderi. FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. Clarr ence Ouverson and son Gary left for Kansas City, Mo., for a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Horton Bolan. THOMPSON--Mrs. C. J. Halvorson returned home from Windom, Minn., where she spent the past three weeks. While there her brother-in-law, Halvor Olson, died. Mr. and Mrs. Janies Halvorson and Connie attended the funeral which was held at the Evangelical Lutheran Church., . GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schneider and children o£ Rock Island, 111., and the Ed Rains fam ily of St. Paul, Minn., arc visiting relatives, the Kenneth Burn; family. THOMPSON -- Geraldine Fisher who recently was graduated from Drake University at DCS Moines with a B. S. in Education, speni a weeks' vacation at the mater nal Mrs. Emma Fisher home. She will teach fourth grade at De Moines this year. THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs. R a j Watson and son Kenny returnee home after a trip through the Black Hills. ... NORA SPRINGS--Lt. Kirk Han sen, son of Mr. and Mrs. O'. L Hansen of Des Moines, formerly of Nora Springs, has been trans f erred from San Antonio, Tex., to an Air Force supply school at Fort Francis E. Warren, Cheyenne, Wyo. GOLDFIELD -- Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Kelly and daughter Kathy of Austin, Minn., were recent guests at the parental Dr. F. H. Kelly home. KANAWHA--The new paving !ast and west through Kauawha !s completed and open to travel. The town council has purchased a speed indicator with two stop signals. THORNTON -- Miss Eleanore Jacobsen returned home from San Diego, Calif., where she spent five weeks with Ebba Lauritzon. ACKLEY--Wayne Seibokl ' arrived home after serving for a year in Germany with the armed :orces.. He will return to his position as high school coach in Oskaloosa in September. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Set bold. THORNTON - Theresa Mors of Bradford, Mass., lef(. for Ft. Dodge where she will visit at the home of her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Mors. KANAWHA -- Elmer Kalvig and crew have started the construction of a new house in east Kanawha for Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Ellcr. FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hennis had as guests the past week cousins from Council Bluffs, Mrs Howard Howland ' and son Harry and Phillip and Roger Howland. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. R. H/Scoll o. Modesta, Calif., spent a week in the home of Mrs. Carrie Leach. The two are old friends and had no 1 seen each Bother for 20 years. THOMPSON--Mrs. Frank Leary and daughters Georgia Lu and Su son, Jo of Portland, Ore., are visit ing at the parental George Stuan home. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs Harold Wcgener and Mr. and Mrs Lewis Wegener have returned home from a fishing trip in northen Minnesota. FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. Glea Hall and sons Eugene and Gary left recently for Slayton, Minn., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ouverson and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hum phrey and Dicky. THOMPSON--Dorothy Hays i« spending a week at the parenta George Hays home following a week at a Youth Conference a Muscatine and a week at Camp Decorah atLaCrosse, Wis. She hac been a camp counselor at Bethanj camp near Winona Lake, Ind., dur ing the summer. COULTER^Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Blom of Cedar Rapids visited Mrs. Ella Blom and Mr. and Mrs Andrew Blom several days recent ly. THORNTON--Mrs. Lena Ytzen Mrs. .Ella Bech and Albert Bee! spent several clays at the home o Mr. and' Mrs. Jim Sorenscn ii Wayzata, .Minn.'GOLD FIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Mil ler Nelson and four children o Wilmington, Del., are visiting a the home of Mr. Nelson's brother Craig Nelson. KANAWHA--Mr. ' and Mrs. Ed Olson went to Rochester, Minn, where Mrs. Olson underwent surg ery at the Colonial Hospital. BURT--Mr. and Mrs. G a i l W e s and family returned recently from a trip to Tacoma, Wash., and wil rent their house here and move t ROOM AND BOARD D A I L Y C R O S S W O R D 9. 11. 15. 18. DOWN City (Me.) Poker stake Frosted Thrice (mus.) Wept Magic mark Low pas- lure (Eng-.) Cooking- ranges Listened to Boils slowly Male descendant Cone of thread 19. New wine 21. On top 22. Breach 23. KelLle 25. Droop in the middle 26. Official seals (Chin.) 27. Terrible 28. Head covering 29. A going out 30. Ceremonies 32. Styles 35. Swallow hastily 30. Kill Yesterday's Aniwtr 37. Heap 39. Harem room 40. Sainte (abbr.) 16 ACROSS 1. Lure nickname 9. Haunch of an arch (arch.) 10. Stunted things 12. Come in 13. Molded mass 8. of metal 14. Matured 15. Observe 16. Norse god 17. International language 18. Fish 19. Cry of a cat 20. Mythical beast 23. Little cat 24. Spigot 25. Distress signal 26. Cut finely 28. Maker of hats 31- Single airplane flight 32. Halfpenny 33.14th letter (Cr.) 34. Gold (Her.) 35. Obtained 36. Blemish 38. Arrogant 40.Glidc 41. Move sideways 42. Dirt at cliff base 43. Dibbles 44. Buds of v potatoes DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE--Here's how *o work it: Is L O N G F E L L O W A X Y D L B A A X B One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used 1 for the three L's, X for the two O's. etc. Single letters, apos- trophies, the length and formation of the words arc all hints. Each day the code letters are different. A Cryptogram Quotation N A Z L Y Q V X C R E M Y V X L Y T E M , 1 E M X T G R N E B Z R E M K C G V N I E Q N A G M C I Y Q E C Y V X O Y G M -- O E Q V K V Z. Yesterday's Cryptoquote: WHAT CAN ALONE ENNOBLE JTIGHTr A NOBLE CAUSE-- CAMPBELL. i D|]trltiutC(] by King Features SyndlciU; 43 ·35 ·32 )«s Mothes where Mr. Gnil is em- oyed. UAKE--Miss Mary Lee Legricd, aughler of Mr.'and Mrs. Otis Le- ried of Rake, represented Lincoln ownship in the queen contest at he recent annual Winncbago Coim- f sports festival held at Thump- on. ^ BURT--Mrs. Bert Johnson who a patient in Mercy Hospital, Maon City, is improving following irgery, but will remain for ob- ervation. Mrs. Clifford Schrader, ho underwent surgery at this hos- ital is improving. ACKLEY--Miss Verlyn Weber, 'ho was injured in an automobile ccident near Chicago, has re'- n-ned home: and is getting, along icely. Her mother, Mrs. Ueuberi 'eber, who was called to Chicago, eturned with her. SWALKDALE -- Mr. and Airs, ern Pages and family o£ Albu uerque, N. Mex., Mr. and Mrs. ohn Plantz and family and Mr. nd M r s . ' V i r g H .Decker of Finch- ord were recent guests of Mr. and Irs. Harry Havens. THORNTON--Miss Theresn Mors f Bradford, Mass., is visiting at 10 home of Mala Nelson. . , '· CRYSTAL LAKE_Mrs. Gladys elson and sons Jerry and Tommy C Racine, Wis., are IILM-C visiting cr parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Lauricc .arson, her sisters, Mrs. Richard .arson and family, Mrs. Orville [unsley and family and brother, lorton Larson and family. GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. Gilert Kropp are-sightseeing in the r est and will visit friends, Mayme Vhite and the Shermans at Lingle, Vyo. · FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. .Norlan Rye returned home from Eau Claire, \Vis., where they had been ailed to the funeral of a sislci C Mrs. Rye, Mrs. Richard .Wal- .n, 45. ' FERTILE--Word was received ere of the birth of a son to Mr. nd, Mrs. Lloyd Goodmansoii o: Vustin, Minn., Aug. 13. His grand arents are Mr. and; Mrs. H. E Halverson of Fertile and Mrs. Signe Goodmanson of Mason Oily. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Harold Graham and son David drove .0 'DeKalb, - III,, and attended a :amily reunion Sunday. Mrs. Graham lived in DeKalb as a girl, FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jehrocder of Marietta, 111., and Mr. and Mrs.'William Hammcrvold ,-isiled with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-lfamihcrvold, THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Austin and sons Hill nnd John of Chicago, 111., were recent quests In the parental Andrew Ausin borne, They also visited Mr. and Mrs, Philip Hauan at Pomeroy. ROCK FALLS--Mr. nnd Mrs, Chester Calved, and grandson Dav;d ··.· McDonough returned .home irom .; liptihcrn .Minnesota where they spent a week fishing and siglit- seeing. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Helgren are parents of n daughter born Aug. 17 at the Buffalo Center hospital. MUMSKUU YOU'RE ~ SOPPOSEP To ee SOUR Nor ME.' )EAR NOAH= IF CAT LIKED LEMOMS/ \NOULD Vou ,HAVe A SOUR-PUSS j RSWJ . J)EAR NOAH = WHAT BEGINS VJIT8 *E*, ENDS WTH V E", YET HA3 ONLY OME. LETTER. ? LY£A CHADWICK. NV YOU LAY TH:BEEF AGAINST TH' BOTTOM END OFTH'TRUWK. COUSIN MOMEP-, AND I'LL LEAD UP TH'STAIRS, CARRYING THIS END · · · OP, MAYBE V/Et BETTER. EAT FIRST AND BUILD UP POWER./ By GENE AHERN AHM-AH, BUT, COUSIN BOSV;EL.L--":;"'I'LL MAKE THIS AS POINTED AS A HARPOON")-- SINCE YOU'RE JUST HOVERING HERE OVER THE V/EEK END, I THINK. IT BEST TO LEAVE THE TRUNK DOW HERE N THE HALL · ···YeS·· \VEEK END FOR. BOSWELL SCOTT'S .SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOTT CONGREVE; roa COHC,P.tVt RKKt-f A.FORM OF ARMtP CONGREVE, i|lon no. COKGRtVi-MMcH, Ml IIMU.V BUP.DEK IK REALlf/. 3E.YtRAl_ PtRSONS W I L L CLIM itCfb : A. CRUDE. CRADLE: TA^LMLD BACK. fOR. OfKlR. PUB-PoSEi AS ? OHL Of- l(L SHAKES EMIM'S WOK.M SHAKE. Try and Stop Me ·By BENNETT CERF"W/"HAT if you found yourself in Algiers on Christmas day? ** That's where one tourist wound up last year, and told his guide, "This is one day when I don't want to be dragged to places you show every other American. Tonight I want to see the real Africa!" The guide said, "I will lake you to the wildest, most exotic cafe this side of the Sahara." The two men repaired to a dark, forbidding house on the edge of town. A tree with some ratty trimmings had been propped up in one corner, and several nondescript natives seemed to be celebrating- in their fashion. What caught the tourist's eye, however, was an English colonel, impeccably attired, swagger stick and all, who. believe-il-or-not. was only'six Inches tall! As the tourist stared in wonderment, the bartender threw a red silk cord over the edge of the bar, the colonel shinnied up, perched on the top, and demanded a double whiskey and soda. The guide was delighted. "You're in rare luck," he told the tourist. "You're about to meet Colonel Pringle, one of the rarest sights in all Africa!" Then he turned to the six-inch figure, and boomed. "Be a good fellow, Colonel Pringle, and give my tourist friend here the details of Christmas Day in MS--the day you told t h a t witcii doctor to go jump in the lake!" Copyright, J952, by Bcnnvll C*rf. Distributed ly Kine Features BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG "" TTFT COME.PAGWOODJ OU PROMISED 70 HELP ME WITH WORK' IF 1 LET MX) NAP FOP HOUR WAIT/ A PERSON CAN'T WAKE UP AND GO RIGHT TO WORK 1 HAVE TO REST UP FORA FEW MINUTES FROM MY NAP OUCH, MV EAR/ THE2E ISA MORE PLEASANT ^ You HAVE LONG KNOWN IF YOU WILL BUT CONSENT,, TMAT 1 MIGHT SUPERVISE THAT I HA^E DESIRED YOUR YOUR SAFETY WILL BE THE -SPACE AND GUARD YOU AGAINST IN MARRIAGE, DEAR. ONE ASSURED ANp _, THE PUBLIC? ,^OOREDNO, YOU AfZG HESITATE TO ENFORCE THIS SCROLL. OF CENSORSHIP AND CAUSE YOU EMBARRASSMENT. By KEN ALLEN DiCUtLA CANYON?! - ... -T L1VE.D UP THERE! I T B L - - -AWFULLY LONESOME? _ ^ ? L-V...L FtEL A5UDpEN_CyiLU'. oo vou MIND IF 160 HOME. NOW? [SUPPOSE WE SHOULD ARm IT IOUCDF ADUUt WHtKL. TD i \\if ·? / nu/v\c.,rvu\KY ULAK 1 .TO LIVE.'/ A COTT /\GE TAR.UPIM CANYON! MUGGS AND SKEETER By WALLY BISHOP FISH WOULDN'T BITE ..1H6 FOOD WS BAD..AMD J/ S6E) SPENT ALL TUB TIME I WAS THERE WRITING 'WISH-VtHJ- ',., AMD MAILING THEM , TO PEOPLE I DIOKlV LIKE !! HI.PEE-WEE! WELCOME ' ) .. PS AIL THE T ME WE WERE PORr/MtUS/. l SOUMfS HOWE!! HOW WW VOUR HVIVIG;; nuw w/Va YUUK V ' · -- " TM ' ·_ VACATION TRIP UP AT ,J( WE WERE THERE . FROM NOWHERE! r-/wFuu WHAT THE LAKE? T--J 7 ".THE CABlN LEAKED.. AMD a*, w, KM ruiiirj iiiiDiMir. i». BIG SISTER B / O R G R A V E AND HER MEMSTO W, IT'S LASTED TOO BE COOKED JUST J\ LONG AS IT IS. O SUFFER LET MRS. WASP GET HER IP ONLY MRS.WASP WOULD COW TO BE - 1T MAN UPTHE ROAD HOOKS IN US.HtSDIDKr K 1 ·?] GIVE ME A Ml NOTE'S REST. 1 MILKEQ FLOO3S CAM'TUAST FOREVER. BUT IT'6 JUST JUMR DO T- TO 9^ S\VEPt- WHOLE DAY V LONG .' ii SjnJ.T.lr, JM , VodJ ,ku By DAL CURTIS WHAT'S EATING YOU KNOW THAN THAT, STSVG.' WHEN AM I GOIN6 TO QGT A BREAK T WHEN AM I GOING TO GET A CKACK AT 'TITLE ? YOU'VE GOT BS : PATIEMT, KIP.' KID ? -I'M THIKTY-FOUK STEVE/ I'VE BEEN - NUMBEK OI^B CONTENDER. FOR TWO, YEARS /SALVO SHOULDN'T BE= IN THE SAME KIN6 WITH MB TOMORROW NIGHT... AND YOU KNOW IT/ ,WU, ARCHCK7... YOU NEED A GOOD NISHT'S SLEEP, PUWP, AND IN THS MORNING PR. MOKSAN WILL BE OVER TO TOMORROW'S FIGHT? OAKY DOAKS By N. B; FULLER IF WE HAD A COW WE COULD FLIP IT TO SEE WHICH OF US WILL -I HEREBY 1 CHALLENGE YOU TO A DUCL/ THE VICTOR GETS OAKY. I ACCEPT YOUR ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON 7-\-f "SHE'S ENTERED V""-SO I IN THE BEAUTY A U§E OUE C3UEST / BY MY OVMM TAKE THIS ROOM MAKE YOUG.- SELF RIGHr AT HOME.' K--rr-/ THANHS CONTESr/--THE C . [ TOWN'S SO CROWDED THERE'S NO PLACE" AWO BLOOD.'.' 111 SCORCHY SMITH By RQDLOW WILLARD VOU'f?E SILENT? VOUE SHIP/^AKJADVAMCE UNIT OF THE FLEETS AMP HOW IS ^AV BROTHER THE ADMIRAL V ,» FATHER ' UNCLE, MV SHIP AKKtVEP'LATE'AT.THE 30 ALL HOPES VOU BRIMC3 SOOPNEWSOPOLif? 6UCCE5S IN PEEP SBXCE ,' MISFORTUNE BEFELL US, JUST AS VOU AVSBUSHEP OUR .'\\VLJNITALCME SUKVIVES

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