Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 15, 1964 · Page 16
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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 15, 1964
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Dec. 15, mm \U4 Glob«.GaxtMe, M.son Cily, I*. CUAR LAKE Christmas concert Wednesday evening CLEAR LAKE—The Christmas concert by the vocal department of the high school will he at fi p.m. Wednesday in the Junior Iligh School Auditorium. Allen Koopke directs the vocal department. Participating will be (he ninth grade chorus of 58 voices; the concert choir of 77 members and Coach Boeyink has "good feeling about Lake team" CLKAH LAKlv-Keportinjj DIP play of the past three bas- kolball names for Downtown Quarterback Club at Halftird's Cafe Wednesday, Coach (larj lineyink said thai he has a good feeling about this year's club. HP said that he is proud of the group of boys thai make ii|> the their tremendous atlilude. "They arc to having a good sea"and they work learn for sire anr! dedicated son." lie hard. Our jnh mivv is to concentrate on Algonii who is tied wilh the Lions for .second place," Roeyink reviewer! the weekend games wilh Clarion and Eagle (irove and the. earlier Inwa Kails game. The coach pointed out that Iowa Kails played .'i good first half before Clear Lake pulled away to win by 28 points. The Lions oul-re- bmindcd the Cadets nnd out-shot them 4:) to 31 per cent from the field. In the Clarion game which Clear Lake won at home, the Lions had a 51 In 45 per cent edge from the field and in rebounds ;»! to 27. Kill .Mori.skv rung. rebounds for !))'• eve was a close and strong ly |>l;i>'<•<! KJIIIU-, lioeymk sairi, with fine defense by both (cams. The boys stayed will] the prcs sure well nnd [•;ini<! out with ;i victory. After Kolnii all out to beat Clarion on I'Viday nijjhl, the I,ions liad trouble netting started Salitrrla.v and wore down 11 points afler the first f|iiartfr. They were out hustled, out- pressed and had (lie hall stolen several times lint eanu- hack strongly to lie Ihc game bill fi- nall.v weakened and went down o a four point loss. Athletic director GUI Brandt .vrestling the high meet at school's Clarion first Sat- unlay ni^ht and .said he thoiijjjil. he squad learned ;i fjreal deal from riannn's seasoned team in osinj,' on ptiinls, .'KM.'!. | John rerlcins was welcomed' •is it member. Due In the Christ tias vacation, Kin next, eluh meeting will lie at nnon .Ian. 4. Mew inenibers were invited In itli'iid the luneheoii every .see- >nd Monday through Hie baskel- uill season. the 20-mernher Lakeaires. Open- intf Ihc program will he a brass wind ensemble dim-led by Lud- vijj WaiiKherj;. The ensemble will play "Wintry Scene," March of the Toys," ["Selected Carols" and "Spirit of (Christmas." Selections by the ninth grade chorus will lie "As Lately As 'We Watched," "Away in the '.Manger." "Carol of the Friendly" Alary Ja/ie Edwards will be vocal for the laller number, ;tnd Mary Wanehcrg, aecnriifianisf. Chnir mmibers are "Fanfare for Christinas Day," "In Dulci Jubilo," "Fum, Kum, Kum," "Carol of the Russian Children" and "Mary and Joseph and Litlie Lord Jesus." The Lakeaire.s will .sing "We Wish You a Merry Christmas," "A Virgin Unspotted" and "Rudolph the Hod-Nosed Reindeer." The final will he by the choir in four selections, "Birthday <; reel ings," "Do You Hear Wha't I Hear'.'" wilh Lonnie Kobernus/ featured on I he drums accompanied by Marcia Siindusky, "Tvvas I lie Night He-fore Christmas" and "Beautiful Savior," Sam Kirk as bass soloist. Lake Shore notes Mrs. Raymond Bachellor read two Christmas stories at a meeting of Die Methodist L H d i e s Double C Club Monday evening in the home (if Mrs. John DeLong. Co-hostesses were Verda Luymes, Mrs. Arlhur Miekalek and Mrs. R. C. Taylor. Devotions were given by Mrs. Ralph Oil. Double stamps Wednesday at both ODD Hulk Oil stations.— (Adv.) For Sale—3 bodroom borne, Ige. sunny kilt-hen, leaving town B. A. I'cler.seii. KL 7-aiHfi.— (Adv.). About 60 persons attended a family politick supper of the Orro Gordo County National Farmers Organi/.alion Monday evening in Ihc City Hall. Delegates reported on the national convention held in Minneapolis. Officers will be elected at the next meeting, Jan. ii. in City Hall. Grothon Houte for unusual Can- Indoor-outdoor Thermometers, at Miller Hdwc.- (Adv.), Helping Hands Club held its' imuiat Christmas parly Sunday vening nl Ualford's Cafe with uishands as guesls. Twenty-five vere served dinner. A gift ex- haiige was the program. Home made Fudge, Pinoche, Peanut Brittle, Divinity, Fruit lakes at Witke's Cifl Shop.-.(Adv.). Twenty-one member* of lh« Clear Lake High School Science flub and four teachers attended a !)()-iuinute lecture on '"1,'he Planetarium" Saturday at Luther College, Dccorah. Group JO.'} N. II (Adv.), Seaman Patrick Scott has Holiday open house set at Lake schools CI.KAK !, A K K--Opcn house will be held in Clear Lake's three elementary .schools, Lincoln, Sunset View and Central, Wednesday 7:110 p.m. from It is <>:'M p.m. planned as to Wrestlers lose first meet 30-13 CLKAR I, A K K-In Clear Lake's first wrt.-.itJing match in the history of the school, the first loam was defeated Saturday 30-13 by the Clarion reserves. John Klaudt is coach of the new sport added to the curriculum this fall. Individual matches wore as follows: IK) Jhs. — Harvey Jilnckman, Clarion, pinned G a r y May, Clear Lake, 2:40; 103 Ibs.— Dave Hrnn, Clear Lake, doc. Tom Hrand, Clarion, 8-2; 112 Ib.s.— M i k c- Retilinc, Clarion, drc, Hick Miller, Clear Lake, -i-0; 120 Ibs.— Jim M a r f o r cl, Clarion, pinned Rob Ifanken- son, Clear Lake, 2::iO; 127 Ihs.— ThiJ Brunei, Clarion, drc. Robbie Tihbits, Clear Lake, 4-0. In others: 133 Ibs. — Norman Skiidhurg, Clarion, dec. Larry Otten, Clear Lake, 2-0; j:J8 Ibs. --T o m niecker, Clarion, dec. Dave: Krickson, Clear Lake. 4-0; 14. r , Ihs.— f! en e Bakor. Clear L.'ike, won by a forfeit; 1")<1 Ibs. — Stan Buseck, Clarion, pinned Jim Cody, Clear Lake, 22 seconds'; IBS Clear Lake Clarion, 43 weight — Joe Reynii, Clarion, dec. Roger Ashland, Clear Lake, Ibs.— Tom Keenan, pinned Dale Duit, $ c r o n d s; heavy- S-.'i. The .serves learns first team and the re- will moct the Osage Friday at f>:'!0 p.m. at family event, with Hie children] accompanying their parents view the ail work and Christmas decorations in each room. The program committee from each school tin Tom Jackson in Des Moines crash CLKAH LAKK—Tom Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackson, was injured Sunday in an automobile accident in Des Moines. Tom received numerous face cuts and a bruised leg. He received treatment in a Des Moines hospital. Details of (ho accident were a not available. His parents went Jlo DCS Moines upon hearing of Ithe accident, to! rummflgo sale, rnisc III SI. after :i:;»i Wed.— Shop the Christmas Bar dies, Napkins and Tree Ornaments —(Adv.). For the man In your life, re member the (Jrethen House Tie Bar.—(Adv. >. Dr. Alan Randolph, Trona, Calif., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. I-'. Randolph, lie was en niulc home afler spending a week in Boston, Mass., attending a meeting of chemical engineers, His grandmother, Bessie Katon, and bis uncle, Howard Han dolpli, (iiitbnc ('enter, were Sal- unlay (tinner guests at the Hnn- dolph home. Mrs. Kill on is U. F. Handolph's mother. Remember Grethcn House for those special gifts for "Her."--(Adv.), Part-time evening help wjr»t- ed. Apply (Ireen Casile, afternoons. (Adv.) Mrs. Robert Opheim and Mrs. William L. Nelson became new members of the Welcome Wagon rived home to .spend n leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Scott, 120 4lb Ave. N. lie reports buck Dec. 2(i In Charleston, S.C., home port for be destroyer USS Mauley. Seaman Scoll will leave Jan. G ihoiml the. destroyer for .sea duty in the Mediterranean. Ho enlisted in the U.S. Navy in June IIIR1. Many flunks to my friends for their ranis while in the hospital. Mrs. Dorothy Heinl/. ( Adv.). will be in charge of program and refreshments. SMALL RANGE The musk ox can .survive in its natural wild stale only in Arctic North America nnrl Greenland. DON'T LET YOUR DEBTS SNOWBALL? When bills pile up, worries in soon and discuss your wi>h one of our courteous pile up too! Come financial problems staff . . . and let him help you shovel out! Newcomers Club ning at Ualford's ». Monday eve Cafe. The an mial i-bristmas dinner party was attended by :iH members. Priz in r>on were won by Mrs. I,vie I.a.-irl/, and Mrs. Reuben l.con- C/eor Lake calendar WEDNESDAY Woman's Club drama department, Mrs. Uohert llinshaw. '.)::») a.m. Eunice Circle of /ion Lutheran. Mrs. Kd Ashland, potluck luncliron, I-':111) p.m. Congregational Women's l-'cl- lowship, Cliristmas iiniyram. church, '2 p.m. /.ion Lutheran Circles; Kii/.a- belli. Mrs Larry Hitter. '•'• p.m.; Mar\, Mrs. Art Lenniiig, ^ Let Us Open a Saving} Account or Start Your 1965 Christmas Club. OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS! 5 to 8 p.m Priscilla, H p.m. Christ mas open Mr- lions \'ie Iral, Lincoln and'l Schools. (i::i(i-7::»l p m. Eastern Star, dinner. Masun ic Temple, H:',M p.m Community Bank NATIONAL OF CLEAR LAKE ard. Bridge pri/es went to Mrs. and election. 7:1111 William Nelson and Mrs. Lawrence Travis. Hostesses were Mrs. Arthur Lichter, Mrs. K liner l.uscomb and Mrs. Charles Lon-l-scrics, ironing. FL 7-4024.— p.m Clear Lake .stores nings for Chrislm; Christmas ^trm^^r nl Vi-drral Depnall 1ii«nr*nro Corp. Open 11:00 A..M. In 3:00 I'M. Mnmlajr— FrliUr «.oo AM. l<t Nonit >nd b.W la K.OU I'M S>1. James Cutler, Nora Springs banker, dies W NTER SPORTS AT THE LAKE — An ice boat skim¥ across the ice pushed by hitfh winds while skaters try out their skates. The ice is in good shape for boating after the recent vain and warm weather smoothed out the surface by eliminating much of the snow cover. Ice fishermen have started putting up their shacks on the lake and report good catches of yellow bass I he ice measures seven inches thick. NORA SPRINGS — James A. Cutler, 83, died at a Mason City hospital early Tuesday. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at jthe Sheckler Funeral Home lere. Mr. Cutler retired last January as vice president and cashier of the First State Bank in Nora Springs after more than 50 years of service. He was a graduate of Nora Springs Seminary, Grinnell College and the College of Law of the University of Michigan. Surviving are his wife, Anna Buckman Cutler; a daughter, Elinor C. Randolph, and three grandchildren, Paul, Anne nnd Sue Randolph, .ill of Richardson, Tex.; two sisters, Mrs. A. F. (Mayme) Bronson and Mrs. E, C. (Nelle) Moody, both of Nora Springs. Garner Rotary has party at Holiday Lounge CLEAR LAKE — The Garner Rotary Club held its Christmas party and 25th anniversary party Monday evening at the (Holiday Lounge. Chet Stille was JAMES A. CUTLER the chairman. After dinner a resume of the history of the club was given by Dr. E. U. Phillips and gifts were presented to the ladies. Mrs. Jack Dethmars was chairman of the decorating committee. Seventy-two people attended. Try A Want Ad — 423-4270 ONTGOMERY W A R D I whenever you need it! if? « WARDS • J Riverside 4-SQUARE GUARANTEE V/ordi Rivenld* p<m*ng*r lirti ar« guaranleadt 1 For lhe quality of material and wortc- manihfp for the |jf tt of the original 'read. 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