Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 18, 1964 · Page 19
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, December 18, 1964
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MOM/ POP/ THEY WERE GET IN, QUICK/ BEFORE WE'RE MOBBED/ LOOK AT HIS CLOTHES/ HONESTLY/ I DON'T KNOW WHY YOU ALLOW HIM TO GO.' ARCHIE IS IN \THERE THAT AMOffOOyf?.' ) ARE HOW CAN THEY < NONEJ STAND IT? I CANY EVEN HEAR THE WORDS/ our Your daily newspaper—the total selling medium By Chic Young THANK vou, WHAT DOVOU MEAN., lt«V*l I A fc.ll * % Sm I * PAGWOOD, WILL- VoU •PUEA5E PUT VOUR THIS STRING WHIUE I TIE A KNOT OM THAT'S ALL-'? 1 MARY WORTH Shop in Mason City—Agridustrial Center of North Iowa By Saunders and Ernst AND I ASSURE YOU THAT IADOIE INTERESTED IN DAIRY FARMING, NOT CASUAL ROMANCES.' rr K THOROUSHI* GENTEEL WORK— AND YOU WOULD I'D PERSONALLY A WELL-AGAINST BE VERY 6RATEFUL,) W BETTER .MRS. WORTH! ^ JUDGMENT—I I'M AFRAID WHAT » YOU SUGGEST B OUT OF THE QUESTION, LADWEJ — I KNOW NOTHING ABOUT~ ADVERTISING PROMOTION! AU YOU'D HAVE TO DO K BE A COMPANWN FOR THE "BONNIE IA«" OATMEAL REPRESENTATIVE, MRS.WORTH S--TO PREVENT ANY— ER--TARNI5WNG OF THE IMAGE! UNTIL I CAN LEAVE HOSPITAL AND OVER. AGAIN I BRICK BRADFORD "The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors" By Paul Norrls WHY 5HOUUP ->OU Be /v\Y SUAPPIAN? cowe SACK. OH,.» WHAT'S THS , SIR'. HE 15N'T GOINS TO HE WIL-U PUT QUITE A •SHOW.n.i HE. WIUU PSAU-y BE A MAP EAR.THMAMI ANP I KNOW wi WAV I GUAKPJAM. VOU PASS NOT BEETLE BAILEY Globe-Gazette ads will stretch your shopping dollars By Morf Walker GAR6E N THS MORNlN/6 IS TOO CMUANS. Ever happen to you? by Bud Blake Cheer and "Cheers!" are not synonomous, as limited drinking is permissible, some seem to think during the holiday season. Partic- decide ahead of time what the ularly at this time of year alcohol may be thrust upon Umits are ' you by a well-meaning but overweening host. Not be- If you'vi ing a character out of a 1919 novel, you don't want to "' ' pour it into a potted palm. (Besides, it would kill the palm, if there were a palm.) Choices ? Dennis the menace By Ketch am First, you must decide in advance whether you really want to tackle the brandied eggnog, the spirited punch, or the highball. When you hedge, you merely encourage further coaxing. If* you and your parents haven't discussed drinking, do it now. Perhaps you've been accustomed to a drink at home on special occasions. If this is the ' SEE, G/ff£S SURg OONT HAVE A<UCH To LOOK FORWARD To AT CHRISTMAS'* A Cryptogram Quotation ZBWMGZK DXWWSTJL WB X DXZ NMB LXJL ZBWMGZK DXWWSTJL.— VGZ JPWXZK Yesterday's Cryptoquote: HE WHO IS BORN TO OBEY OBEY EVEN ON A THRONE.-VAUVENARGUE3 Mason City, It. Dt c . 18, 19*4 Young living To drink or not to By ENID A. HAUPT Editor-in-Chief of SEVENTEEN Magazine What are your other case—and if your parents don't object — I see no particular reason why you shouldn't toast the season at a party. Should you and your family agree that ' ACROSS 1. Without hair 6. Applaud 9. S-shapcd molding 10. Tanoan: Pueblo 11. Town in Alberta 12. Bar of silver 14. Rugged mountain crest 15. Stringed musical instrument 16. Donkey 17. Entire amount 19. East by southeast: abbr. 20. Speak 22. Sacred buB: Egypt 25, Precious stone 29. Puts through a ricer, as potatoes 81. Cord 32. Lively 33. Cry, as a dove S5.Boy-3 nickname 36. United States: abbr. 37. A smithy S9. Therefore 40. Anesthetlo 42.Verdant 4.4, Ireland 45. Serf 46. split apart 47. Feat DOWN 1. Wild pigs 2. Girl's name 3. Remaining- 4* Conquer 5. Gum 6. Narrow roadway 7. Corner 8. Swimming spots 11. Cry of a sheep 13. Foot digit 18. Lieutenant: abbr. 20. Employ 21. Tier 22. Debate 23. Monetary unit: Turk. 24. Frosty 26. Abyss 27. Seed of thennisa 28. Yellow fruit 30. Tamed 31. Dressed Ye«terd»y'» 37. Flowerlesa plant 38. Scottish- Gaelic 41. Hasten 43. Compass 34. Conjunction point: abbr. I2-1B 've never drunk any„ stronger than cocoa,- I'd advise against making your first alcoholic drink a public one. Like learning to walk in high heels, drinking gracefully requires a modicum of practice at home. And remember this well: If even a sip of a drink affects you in any unpleasant way, quietly put the giass down. It is ini- possible to forecast accurately the effect of any alcoholic beverage. One drink at an exciting party may have an entirely different effect than one drink under relaxed circumstances at home. Perhaps you've decided you don't want to drink at all. In a restaurant or night club you can always order a soft drink. Any thoughtful host or hostess provides something to slake the thirst of those who don't want spirits. Yon shouldn't even hava to make a point of saying, "I don't drink." However, there are those who consider it genial to press drinks on nondrinkers. If you're forced to say, "No thanks, I don't drink," and someone asks why, there are any number of replies-with-a-smile that should cut off further questioning. "I'm out for football this year I'm back-seat driving ... I promised my parents I wouldn't drink until I was 75." There's never a need for being defensive about your personal — and hence private — decision not to cirink. BURN UP About one million metcort reach our atmosphere every hour. All but a very few turn to vapor before they reach the earth's surface. FREE SERVICE Free medical service is pro. vided by public hospitals in Argentina. Hobby Club Porch post evergreens By CAPPY DICK For a festive touch to the front porch at Christmastime ;he use of evergreen branches as shown in the adjoining picture is effective. The project is an easy one for handy boys and girls. The over-all result is shown in Figure 1 where branches of ;raduated length are attached to 7:30 The Entertainers MASON CITV each porch post, the branches in turn being decorated with colorful Christmas tree baubles.j Figure 2 and 3 show how the branches are attached to the posts. Do it with wide strips of mending tape. First of all, of course, you will need a supply of evergreen boughs some of them very short pieces and others that are fairly long. Split the end of each branch and tape it to the pest as in Figure 2. Arrange the branches so the short ones are at the top of the posts and the longest are at the bottom. Once the branches have been attached, hang the decorations on them as in Figure 3. AfoAH Mo ju€>r ONE SANTA GcK FROM KICKING . IRVING TlET"£R. , H&YV AJOAW — A4OOERM K<±XJS6S . - CONVSRSAT10N PITS S€CAUS€ MOOCHN LANGUAGE 1% So Prr-iFui. 'Z — K.fcjeAW, SO. NYACK, MY 6:25 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:00 10:00 10:30 Superman CBS News Regional and Local News Weather Rawhide Entertainers Gomer Pyls The Reporter Weather, News and Sports NITECAP—' "Hitler" Richard Basehart Cordula Tranfow Saturday a.m. Mr. Mayor The Alvin Show Tennessee Tuxedo Quick Draw McGraw Mighty Mouse Linus the Lion The Jetsons Sky King My Friend Flicka Saturday p.m. 12:00 I Love Lucy 12:30 CBS News 1:00 Here's Allen 1:15 Matinee I "The Glass Wall" Gloria Grahame Vittorio Gassman Matinee II "Bad for Each Other" Charleton Heston Lizafaeth Scott 4:00 NFL Football Show 7:00 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 Veteran Comedian Ed Wynn and Singing Star Rosemary Clobney Join Bob Newhart and Art Buchwald in an hour of pre-holiday fun and excitement. 8:30 GOMER PYLE Gullible Corner falls for a blonde and the girl takes him home to meet her mother, a sweet old lady with a penchant for robbing cash registers. OPERATION SANTA CLAUS Will Be Seen at 5 P.M. SATURDAY On Channel 3 Friday Nifecap— "HITLER" With Richard Basehart 5:00 CBS News 5:10 Anthony Sports 5:15 Rush Hour 5:40 Business News 5:45 Lowell Thomas 5:55 Sports Time 6:00 News, Sports, Markets, Weather <:1S NIGHT RADIO 13 7:00 CBS News 7:10 Evening Report 7:15 Worldwide Sports 7:30 Cronkite Reporting 7:35 Pat Boone Show 7:40 NIGHT RADIO 13 7:45 Coaches' Corner 7:55 Basketball- Mason City vs. East Waterloo 9:45 News, Sports and Weather 10:00 Music for Listening Saturday a.m. 5:26 WEEKEND RADIO 13 6:00 News, Weather 6:25 Weather 6:30 Farm Reporter 6:45 News 7:00 CBS World News 7:15 Jerry Smith 7:30 News, Sports 7:40 Weather 7:48 Damon's 8:15 News 8:30 Week in Space 8:55 News 9:00 CBS News 9:10 Jack Drees 9:30 Dimension 10:00 CBS News 10:30 European Diary 11:00 CBS News 11:10 Osage Open Housa 11:40 It's New Saturday p.m. 12:00 CBS News 12:10 Market Summary 12:15 Weekend Radio 13 12:30 News 12:55 Weather 1:00 CBS News 1:05 Garry Moore Tour 1:30 Better Living 2:00, 3:00 and 4:00 CBS News 4:30 At Your Leisure BASKETBALL ON RADIO 13 MASON CITY Vs. EAST WATERLOO Tom Anthony Docs llie Play-by-Play at 7:55 Friday. Coaches' Corner nl 7:45.

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