Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 14, 1964 · Page 22
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•UZ SAWYER Ever happen to you? by Bud Blake ALL HM News, fcead th« Glob*-Gazette AT LEAST I CAM BOLT THE DOOR FROM THE INSIDE. I'D PREFER A ROOM WITHOUT A BALCONY. AS LAST RENTS A HOTEL ROOM UJ CIUOAD GRANDE. ,UZ BUY5 A SrtWLL SECOHD-HAND SPORTS CAR Us* a Glob«-G«iett« Classified Ad REX MORGAN, M.D, By Oil Curtis IF YOU DON'T/NND, I'D LIKE TO SEE RICK DONT LET YOURSELF GET TOO EA»VOT(ONALLY INVOLVED WITH DON AND RICK/ THEYVE GOT TO SOLVE THEIR OWN PROBLEMS/ AFTER LEAVING JOCKO TO TAKE CARE OF DON, REX MORGAN DRIVES JUNE TO THEHO5P1TAL TO SEE RICK/ I HAVE SOME ROUNDS TO MAKE/ HAVE ME PAGED WHEN YOU'RE READY TO LEAVE AND I'LL DRIVE YOU HOME/ Dennis the menace Tht Globe-Gazette's edited for the horn* DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney THE FLINTSTONES You'll find Globe-Gazette comici are the best- By Hanna and Barbera PON'T MINP, DO OF COURSE NOT .' HAVE , PILOT LIVING OH, OH...PEBBLES THE COLjONEL COMING HOME .' CAM RIPE WITH ME/ 'MY SAILflCKfc ARE DOINFIN6. 8(JT XDUR SHOCS SUNK'.' A Cryptogram Quotation GR OWD TRBJQR DYHAJD BWTJR -HAWH GAJOA JB DRORB- BWQV. —BIJDYMW GUbe-G»xette, Mason City, la. D«c. 14, \H4 Young living The good receiver By ENID A. HAUPT Editor-in-Chief of SEVENTEEN Magazine Ever since the Magi, giving has become one of the moat fulfilling aspects of Chri$tmas. But the other side of the coin is receiving. Givers have to have somebody to give to. Some of us, good givers, have" to learn to be gracious receivers as well. Most obviously first'at this season is the matter of receiving presents. Someone gives you a Christmas gift. You thank him or her,* of course—but how? The good receiver sits right down in the first glow of delight over a gift and tells about it. "'The lovely apricot - colored sweater goes perfectly with my tweed suit, and I wore both to a chamber music concert last night." When someone gives you a gift in person, it's always most gratifying to open it 'on the spot, unless there's a good reason not to. (I've never understood those who can leave presents lying around untouched anyway.) The spontaneous expression of pleasure on your face is what the giver likes to see. He wants you ARCHIE Complete North Iowa and Southern Minnesota news coverage By Paul Robinson LET'S PLAY MUSICAL CHAIRS/ THAT* HARMLESS. IT'S NARROWED REMEMBER, ARCHIE/ I'LL BE CHECKING ON YOU/ NONE OP YOUR ROMANTIC GAMES WITH MY DAUGHTER' DOWN TO JUST THE MUSIC, ARCH AND T-' QUICK VERONICA ! ——ARCHIE WINS BLOND! E Your dally newspaper—the fotal selling medium "C 6 By Chic Young DO YOU THINV? YOU CAN J Saturday's Cryiitpquote: FOLKS NEVER UNDERSTAND THE POLKS THEY HATE.—LOWELL ACROSS 5. Thick, flat stone 9. French river 10. Stick 11. Fragment 12. Lists 14. Knife hilt 15. Cooling device 16. Exclamation 17. Part of "to be" 18. Young fish 19. Biblical name 20. 50th state of U.S. 22. Brink ' 23. Body of assistants 25. A job 28. Wands: . mus. 32. Past 33. Insect 34. Narrow inlet: geol. 35. Germanium: sym. 36. A charge fo.r services 37. Filmy 38. Trap 40. Adorns 41. Perished 42. Force onward 43. God of war: Gr. myth. 44. Skin DOWN 1. African desert 2. "Lights out" signal 3. Incite 4. Primary color 5. Ascertain flower arrangement 6. Aquatic bird 7. Entire 8. To be connected with 11. Persia's ruler . 13. Foot covering 15. Easily pulverized 18. Suitable 19. Old Dutch: abbr. 21. In- " quire 22. Small lizard 24. Feminine name 25. Labels 26. Things to be done 27. Thus *29. Color 30. Metal Saturdny'i Aniww 31. Speaks 33. Nourishes 36. Liberate 37. Italian coins 39. Breeze 40. Young dog u T£~ rr~ Zo" a.5 5Z~ 3?" 41 46 if 2.6 IB Ib 12. 40 4^ 44 '#, 2.Z 17 Z9 14 30 to enjoy the gift, not just ba grateful for it. There are other gifts, not material ones, which also merit graceful acceptance. There's the gift of a compliment, for instance. When someone presents you with one, accept it with good grace. No stammering, no deprecating, no "Oh, this old thing?" Smile and say, "Thank you." And if the compliment is particularly overwhelming, you can always add, "And aren't you nice to say so?" An Invitation is a gift, too—a preferred gift of hospitality. Respect it as such, no matter how casual the invitation may be. Say you'll be there, or explain why you can't, expressing appreciation either way. Perhaps the most succinct description ever given of the good giver and receiver was Plutarch's tribute to the great Roman general Pompey: "No man ever asked a favor with less offense, or conferred one with a better grace. When he gave, it was without assumption; when he received, it was with dignity and honor." Garner council appoints Civil Defense director GARNER—At a recent meeting of the Garner Town Council, Ray Radloff, a member of the council, was appointed as civil defense director for this community. The appointment was made at the request of Ed Malek, County Civil Defense Chairman. It will be Radloff's duty to organize the town of Garner for emergency action. A tax of 10 cents per capita for the town to be paid to the County Civil Defense Administration for operating expenses was approved by the council. BURNED There were 261,340 cremations in Great Britain last year. Hobby Club Give toy dog bone By CAPPY DICK If you have a stuffed dog you can add life to its appearance by supplying it with a bone which it will seem to be holdir/g in its mouth (Figure 2). Have Mother save a nicely- shaped bone ("A" of Figure 1). | f IT& ASKING A LOT 'l^-—-. OP A GUV WHO (yCqETS MtXED UP fcs£ MARY WORTH Shop In Mason City—Agridustrlal Center of North Iowa 1 DO YOU FEEL LIK.L TALKING, Ml« FISHER.? L ± MARY AND LAvDDIE MAcLAREN HAVE FOUND THE IATTEF6 CHAPLRON HALF-CONSCIOUS IN THE PULLMAN BEDROOM! ML HMN'T BEEN WELL FOR. SD/ERAL D^Y5 MM. WORTH M THE. PMN--BECAME. 50 ^^'r^'.^L^H" 5 ^/ '"THERE. MAY BE. A DOCTOR. / FAIN7E.D, LADDIE!,—-\ ^ -mr TPA.IMI A By Saunders and Ernst I'LL FIND THE CONDUCTOR.! THERL MAY BE ON THE TRAIN BRICK BRADFORD Globe-Gaiette—"The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors" By Paul Norris IT"S CAL-l-CO A WC MUST GET IT TO &RfCK..,. WITH IT HE CAN NOW LET'S GET THAT FOOD FOR IP I GlVS TO 6«>CK IT WILL- &«&AK Uf» TH£ K06&6! [ LBT'S TAKE AN AP£QUAT£ WHAT I* THAT THINS =» P6VIC6.,., CONCKAU. IT UNP6R BEETLE BAILEY Globe-Gazettt ads will stretch your shopping dollar* By Mort Walker Boil it lo free it of all meat particles. Take it to tha butcher shop nnd ask the butcher to saw it n half as in "B" of Figure I. Attach the hone halves to the side's of the stuffed dog's, mouth, using strong slue. Hold the pieces of bone in place until :he glue has set nnd firmly at- ;achcd the bone to the fabric of the dog. If the glue is fast- setting, as it should be for this purpose, this will not take long. With the halves of the bone mounted in place, the stuffed dog will have a livelier appearance than before the bone was attached. If you have ? rubber bone such as is used as a toy for a puppy, it may be cut in half for attaching to the stuffed dog, eliminating the need to go to the butcher shop for assistance. OITY Monday p.m. 5:00 Woody Woodpecker 5:30 CBS News—Cronkite 6:00 Regional and Local News 6:25 Weather 6:30 To Tell the Truth 7:00 I've Got a Secret 7:30 Andy Griffith 8:00 The Lucy Show 8:30 Many Happy Returns 9:00 CBS Reports 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:20 Sports 10:30 NITECAP— "Surrender, Hell" Keith Andes Tuesday a.m. 7:30 Sunrise Semester 8:00 Capt. Kangaroo 9:00 Spanish Classes 9:45 Industry On Parade 10:'00 Andy of Mayberry 10:30 The McCoys 11:00 Love of Life 11:25 CBS News—Trout 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light Tuesday p.m. 12:00 News—Weather and Markets 12:30 As the World Turns 1:00 Password 1:30 Houseparty 2:00 To Tell the Truth 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Secret Storm 3:30 Jack Benny 4:00 Charles City Choir 4:30 Bart's Clubhouse FOR TOP VIEWING MONDAY EVENING 6:30 TO TELL THE TRUTH 7:00 I'VE GOT A SECRET 7:30 ANDY GRIFFITH 8:00 MANY HAPPY RETURNS 9:00 083 REPORTS MONDAY'S NITECAP The Shock-Filled Diary of LIEUT. DONALD BLACKBURN Who Led The U.S.A.'s Secret Army of "eadhunters and clJungle Women! KEITH ANDES SUSAN CABOT PARAIUMAN WTTK A CAST OF THOUSANDS Welcomes STEVE LAWRENCE on I've Got a Secret 7:00 Monday KGLO 1 RADIO 13 •VI/VSON CITY Monday p.m. 5:00 CBS News 5:10 Anthony Sports 5:15 Rush Hour 5:40 Business News 5:45 Lowell Thomas 5:55 CBS Sports Time 6:00 KGLO News, Sports, Markets and Weather 6:15 NIGHT RADIO 13 7:00 CBS News 7:10 Evening Report 7:15 World Wide Sports 7:30 Walter Cronkite 7:35 Pat Boone Show 9:00 Britt Glee Club 9:30 World Tonight 9:45 KGLO News, Sports and Weather 10:00 Music for Listening Tuesday a.m. MORNING RADIO 13 News—Weather Weather News News CBS World News News, Sports, Weather Damon's News MORNING RADIO 13 CBS Morning Report and 9:00 News Arthur Godfrey CBS News Houseparty DearAbby Let's Talk to Lucy Top O'the Morning CBS News Home Town News Csag* Open HOUSB Ask Miss Fickett Tuesday p.m. CBS News Markets Luncheon with Ron News Farm Highlights Weather CBS News In Hollywood Afternoon Radio 13 Woman's World CBS News Fashion Notes CBS News Personal Closeup CBS News Christmas Fantasy Rush Hour Harry Reasoner Rush Hour 5:25 6:00 6:25 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 7:50 8:15 8:30 8:50 8:55 9:10 10:00 10:10 10:30 10:35 JO.-45 11:00 11:10 11:20 11:55 12:00 12:10 12:15 12:30 12:45 12:55 :00 Hear the BRITT GLEE CLUB at 9:00 P. 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