Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 14, 1964 · Page 7
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Gold Ball" was the leme and everywhere there' was gold. The decorations fea- ured golden balls with one large Uttering ball above the band- tand. A huge lighted Christmas trek was in the center of the allroom floor. At each side of tie bandstand there were hun- HONORED GUESTS AND HOSTS—Dancing beneath three golden balls at the Chanty Ball at the Surf Ballroom, Clear Lake, are (left to right) Mr and Mrs. Warren Duesenberg, Clear Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fry, Omaha;- Mr and Mrs. Kermit Dreier, Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs. Reece Adams, Clear'Lake. Mrs. Fry is the national president and Mrs. Dreier state president of the T.T.T. Society. They were guests of the Duesenbergs. Mrs. Adams is president of the Clear Lake chapter of T.T.T., sponsors of the ball. Legion sets membership free dinner CLEAR LAKE — A free turkey dinner for all American Legion members with paid up 1965 dues will be at the VFW Post Home Thursday at 7 p.m. Reservations are to be made Monday or Tuesday evenings by 10 p.m. at the VFW Post Home. Marvin Prillip, com mander, said dues may be paid to Mrs. Ray Hansen at the Clear Lake Federal Savings and Loan or Robert Grabinski at the Clear Lake Bank .and Trust Co. Prillip extended an invitation to any veterans in the area to join the Legion and attend the dinner. The program will be boys from Boy Scout Troop 17, sponsored by the Legion, who will tell of their experiences at the National Jamboree at Valley Forge, Pa. Lake 4-H Club elects officers CLEAR LAKE — Kathy Tay lor was elected president of Lakes Ambitious Vestae 4-H Club Saturday in the home 6J Crystal Siefert. Other new officers are Judy Shropshire, vice president; Patty Taylor, secretary; Nancy Nickerson, treasurer; Barbara Sifnpkins, historian; Janet Schlickting, reporter; Crystal Siefert, correspondent. The girls were assigned to committees for the International Food Fair Dec. 30 at Mason City. Suzanne Zuehlke and Karen Hartigan reported on their 4-H trip to Chicago. A Christmas party and caroling at nursing homes was set for Dec. 22. from 4-6:30 p.m. in the City Hall. Party held for O.E.S. officers CLEAR LAKE — Mrs. De Wayne Frampton, worthy mat .ron, and John Marsh, worthy patron, entertained officers of the Eastern Star Friday eve ning in the Frampton home Each received a gift. Prizes in court whist went to Mrs. W. H Duesenberg, high, and H. G Jensen, low. MADE IN TEXAS Each of the 300-foot tunnel sections in the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel was manufactured in Texas and towed John Banners wed 60 years CLEAR LAKE—Mr. and Mrs John Bonner, 1019 7th Ave. N. will celebrate their 60th wed ding anniversary Tuesday friends and relatives have planned a card shower. There will be no open house as Mrs Bonner has recently been dis missed from the hospital. The couple has four children Mrs. Engle (Gladys) Dannen and Don Bonner, Thornton John Eugene Bonner, Clea. Lake, and Harold Bonner, Wa terloo; 10 grandchildren am five great-grandchildren. They formerly farmed in th North Iowa area and, afte moving to Clear Lake, he wa_ a janitor in the Clear Lake school system. ISRAEL GAINS Following reparation agree ments between Israel and Wes Germany, $822 million worth o machinery, ships, rolling stock and raw materials began t move to Israel. THE GOLD BALL — A glittering golden ball at the front of the bandstand over the heads of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Johnson, Clear Lake. "The Gold Ball" was the theme of the Charity Ball at Ihe Surf Ballroom, with all decorations featuring golden balls. Chanty Ball is big success Glob«-G«ittt*, M»wn City, Is. D«c. 14, 1944 7 By GENEVA LITZEL CLEAR LAKE — More than ,000 people attended the Charity all Saturday evening to make t one of the most successful n the seven-year history of the all. "The [The red-coated Ray Lewis Band played an assortment of popular dance music and added a few mixer dances. Serving of snacks from the buffet table started at 10:30 p.m. The table featured a small white-flocked Christmas tree decorated with red balls and reds of twinkling -are tree branches. lights on velvet cardinals. To accent the tree there were candle holders of red candles on each end of the table. The guests were greeted by Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Melcher and went through the receiving line, which included, Mr and Mrs. Arthur Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hayden, Mr. and Mrs. The ball has been an informal|john Powell and Mr. and Mrs. vent in the past, but this year he trend was to formal gowns, with gold being the choice of many of the women. There were loor-length dresses of bro- ades, velvets, chiffon and satins in a rainbow of colors. Men were in tuxedos and white linner jackets. It was one of the most elegant parties in years. Dancing began at 8 p.m. and asted until well past midnight. Reece Adams. Proceeds of the Charity Ball annually go to North Iowa charitable organizations selected by the Clear Lake Chapter, Iowa AQ, T. T. T. Society, spon sors of the ball. This year the major share of the proceeds go to the Ccrro Gordo Society for Crippled Children and Adults. Other funds are used for the national project, sponsortngiSocicty. summer camps for needy girls. Special guests introduced af the ball were Mrs. Paul Fry, Omaha, national president, and Mrs. Kermit Dreier, Hampton, state president of the T. T. T. HELLO, DOLLY — Greeters at the Charity Ball, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Melcher (left), say "Hello" to old friends, Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes, Fort Dodge. Carrying out the theme of "The Gold Ball," Melcher wore a g-old- trimmed top hat and carried a cane while Mrs. Melcher wore a crown of gold and gold mask. Billie Hickey honored at pre-nuptial shower CLEAR LAKE—Mrs. Joseph .Tones Sunday afternoon entertained 25 relatives and friends at a miscellaneous pre-nuptial shower honoring Miss Billie Hickey. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hickey, Mason City, she will be married Jan. 16 to Mrs. Jones's nephew, Terril Weydert, a son'of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Weydert, Mason City. Guests were present from New Richland, Minn., Emmetsburg, Algona, Hampton, Osage, Ventura, Clear Lake and Maison City. The seventh grade basketball team won 27-14 and the eighth grade lost 34-31 in a game at through the sea to the tunnell the Garner Junior High School arca ; Fnday afternoon. ADVERTISEMENT BEFORE THE BALL—Having a bit of conversation at the 0. R. Sedars home, Clear Lake,'before going to the Charity Ball are (left to right) Dr. and Mrs. James Henclricks, Clear Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Isensee, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Sed- ars. The Sedaraes entertained more than 100 guests at a pre-ball party. BUFFET LINE —Serving themselves at the * buffet table during the Charity Ball Saturday evening at the Surf Ballroom are (left to right) Mr and Mrs. William Ottcrman, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Petersen, Clear Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Esbeck, Ventura, and Mr, and Mrs. Bernie Waiden, Mason City. Mrs. Petersen was chairman of the ball. Otterman is executive director and Esbet-k and Walden, directors of the Cerro Gordo County Society for Crippled Children and Adults, which will receive the major portion of ball proceeds MORE rOUTH By 1985, two out of ovrry five! people in this country will be 7 years old ami under, the U,S. Census Bureau predicts. AT THE BALL — Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Woodworlh pause beside the 25-foot tree, which was in the center of the floor at the Surf Ballroom, Clear Lake, the Woodworths gave the tree for the Charity Ball decorations at Ihe ballroom. It was cut from the backyard of their Clear Lake home. A. Herker elected by Verity Lodge CLEAR LAKE—Amil Herker Jr., was elected worshipfu master of Verity Lodge 250 at a regular meeting Friday in the Masonic Temple. Other new of ficcrs are F. L. RiselinR, sen ior warden; Donald L. Allison junior warden; Hans G. Jensen treasurer; Harold Miller, sccrc tary, and Dale Marsh, frusl.cc They will he installed Jan. in. 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