Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 17, 1964 · Page 11
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News about Clear Lake Ed Limson, executive seer*. tary of the Chamber of Commerce is attending a legislative conference Thursday and Friday for Iowa Chamber of Commerce executives at Des Moines Thursday's agenda included meetings with representatives of groups, including Farm Bureau, Good Roads Assn. and League of Municipalities, while Friday's session is a meeting with the Iowa Taxpayers Assn. Shop tha Grcthen House Christmas Bar for unusual Candles, Napkins and Tree Ornaments.—(Adv. )Prompt service it Drake's Shoe Repair, 804 1st Ave. N FL 7-3676.—(Adv.). AmVet Auxiliary Sewing Circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Evert Buss. The auxiliary will conduct a baby-sitting service Saturday from l" to 4 p m. at the City Hall. .lewelry from Oluf T. Hansen's would make the perfect gift for "Her."—(Adv.). Home made Fudge, Pinoche, Peanut Brittle, Divinity, Fruit Cakes at Witke's Gift Shop.— (Adv.). Good selection of Easy Chairs in beautiful decorator colors at Wilcox Furniture.—(Adv.). Steve Humphrey will leave Sunday for Kansas City to visit 10 days with his nephew, L. S. Finnegan, a former Mason City Christmas concert highlights variety CLEAR LAKE — An interest ing collection of Christmas song including traditional carols, ol favorites and fresh new arrange ments, was presented by th Clear Lake High School voca department and brass-wind en semble Wednesday''evening the Junior High School. A near capacity audience lis tened to the Christmas concer presented in an effective settin produced by blue footlights wit a blue-lighted wreath on a whit backdrop with stage lighting o deep red. The variety and different tern po of the various numbers mad stock of Lamps . .. resident, Entire floor, table and po!e, 20% off 'til Christmas! Wilcox Furniture.—(Adv.). Wanted: 1957 or '58 Chev., clean, by owner only. Call after 6. FL 7-2775.—(Adv.). Elaine Susan Oettehen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oettehen, Route 1, returned home Thursday from Mercy Hospital where she was a patient 27 days. Remember Grethen House for those special gifts for "Her."— (Adv.). For Sale: Eastern Star elects Donate L. Allisons CLEAR LAKE — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Allison were elect ed worthy patron and matron of Park Chapter 35, Order o Eastern Star, Wednesday eve ning in the Masonic Temple. Other new officers are Mrs V e r n o n Fleshner, associati worthy ,m a tr on; De Wayni Frampton, associate w o r t h j patron; Mrs. Robert CaUanan conductress, and Mrs. Jack Dominic, associate conductress Re-elected were Mrs. Willis Miller, secretary, and Mrs. C N. Vesta], treasurer. Open installation was an nounced for Jan. 8. Mrs. De Wayne Frampton, retiring worthy matron, and John Marsh, retiring worthy patron conducted a candlelighting cere mony^ in which all members participated prior to the meet ing. Mrs. Harry Mason ac companied for group singing of carols. Pr. men's black figure ice skates size 9. A-l condition. FL 7-3468.—(Adv.). A work day was held Tuesday by the Women's Missionary Society at the Regular Baptist Church. Dinner was served at 6:30 p.m. and Miss Riley, Creston, missionary to Canada, was program speaker. It was announced that she would speak and show pictures Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Congratulations to Mrs. Orville Stinehart, Route 2, Clear Lake, our "Operation Santa Claus" winner. Watch her on TV Channel 3 Sat. 5 p.m. as she competes for the big cash prizes. Clear Lake Bank and Trust Co.—(Adv.). For the man in your lif«, remember the Grethen House Tie Bar.—(Adv.). Eleven members of Mary Circle of Zion Lutheran met Wednesday with Mrs. Art Lenning. Mrs. Ed Lenning was co- hostess and led devotions. Mrs. Keith Holt gave the Bible lesson. Mina Shook will be hostess Jan. 20. Bake Sale Easter's Sat. 9 a. rn. Beta Omicron Sorority.— (Adv.). Close-out on Revere Ware at Miller Hardware.—(Adv.). Mrs. E. A. Brown has returned from Des Moines where she spent three weeks visiting her son, Robert, and his wife, helping to take care of their new son, Paul Jeffry, born Nov. 30. The baby weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces at birth and has three brothers, David, 12; Jimmy, 9, and Tommy, 6. The mother is the former Jane Woodstock, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Woodstock, Minneapolis. Beautiful new Sweaters have arrived at Oluf T. Hansen's for Christmas giving.—(Adv.). Billy's Casino open daily except Sundays until further notice.—(Adv.). Miss lola Bakken read the Christmas story for PriscilJa Circle Wednesday in the home of Mrs. James King. Members brought gifts for the County Homo residents. Mrs. Dorance Baack will be the hostess Jan. 19. Boy's good shoe roller skates with case, size B'/t. FL 7-3531. —(Adv.). 1 wish to thank all those who remembered me in the hospital. Elaine Oettehen.—(Adv.). State Historical Society gets members Four Mason City schools and five Cerro Gordo County residents have become members of (he State Historical Society of Iowa. They are Mrs. John P. Nelson, Rockwell; Douglas Robbins, Ventura; Mrs. Sarah R. Sharpe, Mrs. Don Peters and M. C. Martin, all of Mason City, and John Adams, Monroe and Roosevelt Junior High Schools and Washington Elementary School. AID TO YOUNG About 40 of every 1,000 children in the nation receive some form of tax-supported aid as dependent children, the Health, Education and Welfare Department reports. Mr. and Mrs. George Fuller were chairmen . of the' dinner served before the meeting. Congregational Women have Christmas tea CLEAR LAKE — Mrs. M. L. Knutson was in charge of the program at the annual Christmas tea of the Congregational Women's Fellowship Wednesday at the church. Mrs. Knutson read portions of the Christmas story with interludes of appropriate vocal selections by Mrs. William Bickford, accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Harriet Volstad. Background music was also played by Mrs. Volstad. Following a final report on the proceeds of the Holiday Festival, members voted to purchase draperies and other specific furnishings for various rooms 9f the new church. Mrs. John Powell was chairman of the tea committee. Mrs. Arthur Krebs and Mrs. John Jacobs presided at the tea table. Royal Arch Masons re-elect all officers CLEAR LAKE—All officers of Royal Arch Masons were reelected Tuesday evening at a meeting in Masonic Temple. They are C. E. Melcher, high priest; L. M. Hugh, king; Donald L. Allison, scribe; A. N. Johnson, treasurer, and H. A. Miller, secretary. Open installation with Verity Lodge will be Jan. 13 following a 6:30 p.m. Ladies Night dinner at the temple. the program especially interesting and enjoyable. Opening the program was the brass-wind ensemble of more than 30 members, directed by Ludvig Wangberg, with "Wintry Scene," a gay, frothy tune reminiscent of a sleigh ride through the country. Included in that portion of the program was "March of the Toys," a group of selected carols ' and "Spirit of Christmas." The 58-voice ninth grade chorus made its debut in three numbers, ending with "Carol of the Friendly Beasts," with soprano solo by Mary Jane Edwards and accompaniment by Mary Wangberg, The Lake-aires of 20 enthusiastic singers presented a clever and highly different arrangement of "Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer," with animated motions including hands to the leads to simulate antlers, rec flashlights for noses and cheers of "Rah, Sizz, Boom," for Rudolph. The group's other numbers were "We Wish You a Merry Christmas," and "A Virgin Un spotted." Though the weather was cold outside it was cheery and bright inside and the audience warmed up as the concert went along. Th« 77-member choir present ed nine songs in two portions of the program with the variety )f selections continuing to keep the concert captivating with its change of pace tunes. Starting with "Fanfare for -hnstmas Day," the selections ncluded the scintillating round 'In Dulci Jubilo," and con- inued with the favorite, "Fum "urn, Fum." Scenes of snow- Christmas dance Saturday eve ning from 8 to 12 at the studen Dance theme is "Moonlight in Vermont" Christmas art is in spotlight CLEAR LAKE — Excited chil dren led proud parents arounc from classroom to classroom Wednesday evening at an ope house held especially to vie\ the Christmas decorations. "Moonlight - An ,.estimated 75 per cent o is the them f * milie s of students in thre chosen by the Clear Lake Hig | lemetnt " v schools, Lincoln School Student Council for the Suaset X lew and Central, wer Christmas dince Saturday eve- ^Presented on attendance rolls CLEAR LAKE in Vermont" uui£ iiuiu o lu j.£ at me smueni -—,*..» «iiuM*via acivcu JJUIK- center. The dance is open to the or coffee and Christmas pas entire high school student body tries to th e visitors. -i __*_ Worth t*t *V.rt «.««._ and parents. ad parents. —•*».»* %**. m c i ui/m;> leaiure The student center will be decorations made by the stu decorated as a ski resort, ac- dents. The variety of Christma cording to Barbara King, stu- . ees in t. ne rooms ranged iron j rt _i. __.._^,:i _„_—,^i__-- mt _ j 111 11 f> T f\ nicf nTirl i n/^lm-In J f 1 n«1 r ^ , dent council secretary. The ac mission will be 50 cents a per son. Proceeds will go towar financing a. foreign exchang student here next year. Dennis Warren, student coun- b° ard and blackboarc :il president, will act as maste Tne _n° ur - lon g event was spon bound valleys and shaggy oxen were brought to mind as the choir sang "Carol of the Rusian Children." Lonnie Kobernusz on the drums, with Marcia Sandusky at the piano, added ear-tickling delight in the number, "Do You lear What I Hear." It was fol- owed by a refreshing arrangement of " 'Twas the Night Be- ore Christmas," with piano ac- ompaniment by Marcia. The finale was "Beautiful Sa- ior" with bass solo by Sam urk. Allen Koepke, director of tie vocal department, and the many young vocalists, instrumentalists and the instrumental music director, Wangberg, are o be commended for assem- iling a fine program. It was L pleasure to pause and listen o the musical expression of Christmas.—G.L. Clear Lake calendar FRIDAY AmVet Auxiliary Sewing Circle, Mrs. Evert Buss, 1:30 p.m. Basketball: Algona vs. Clear -ake, here, 6:30 p.m. W.L.A.M. Club, family dinner, City Hall, 6:30 p.m. Christian Women's Fellow- hip, Christmas program, hurch, 8 p.m. cil president, will act as maste of ceremonies. The Lake Aire will sing several selections dur ing intermission. Refreshment, will be served. D.U.V. re-elects officers; Holds Christmas party CLEAR LAKE — Daughter of Union Veterans (D.U.V.) re elected officers and exchange Christmas gifts Tuesday eve ning at the home of Mrs. Fre Huber. Officers include Mrs. Henr Butts, president; Mrs. W. D Von Seggen, vice president Miss Ethel Carpenter, secretary treasurer; Mrs. Ralph Ott ant Miss Verna Carpenter, council and Mrs. Huber, patriotic in structor. Mrs. Huber, state D.U.V. pres ident, who was guest of hono at a reception and Founder Day program Saturday evenini in Des Moines, reported on thi event. Blanche Risher, presi dent of the Des Moines tent was in charge of the program _Mrs. Huber also described the district meetings she attended n Webster City, Ottumwa, Du mque, Davenport and Burling :on. The next meeting will be Jan. 19 with Mrs. Ralph Ott. Ray Osthus named Pfizer salesman CLEAR LAKE — Ray Osthus ^605 N. Shore Dr., has been ap winted professional service rep •esentative for Pfizer Labora ;ories, division of Charles Pfiz er and Co., Inc., 114 year ol< pharmaceutical and chemica manufacturer, In his new posi ion, Osthus will bring infor mation on the company's new )roducts and research discover es to physicians, pharmacists and other professional medica groups in the area. Mr. Osthus and his wife, Sondra Kay, have one child, Kristine Faye, 11 months. OLD FAIRS The history of World's Fairs dates back 113 years, to the Crystal Palace Exposition in London in 1851. The Health Spa Eva Gilbertson Registered Masseuse SCIENTIFIC SWEDISH HAND MASSAGE AND STEAM BATHS By Appointment Only Call FL 7-3481 Clear Lake, Iowa On Highway 106 Across from the Methodist Camp STUART Thank Yon They say there is a thin line between talking to you as friends and making a political speech. But these words arc intended in the spirit of the Christmas Season to thank you for your wonderful support, understanding and encouragement during the past year. Our entire force of experienced old timers with young and progressive ideas "to meet the challenge of modern times" (oh, oh there's that line) do SINCERELY appreciate your acceptance of the "tried and true". Your attitude is our very life. May we, in return, wish you the very satisfying love •hat comes with Christmas and a most worth-while New Year STUART, since 1934 FL 7-2171 CUar Lakt Room mothers served punc Each of the rooms feature little to big and included flocke and unflocked, with myria of decorations. Season's greetings were shown in many ways through bulletii board and blackboard messages sored by the PTA to give parent, the opportunity to see the spe cial emphasis placed on arl work made by the students. Give awards at Cub Pack 103 Christmas party CLEAR LAKE — The Christ mas meeting of Cub Scout Pac: 103 was held Tuesday evening at Lincoln School. Mrs. Rober McCracken's den had a skit Mrs. Marion Sorensen's den the opening, and Mrs. Jaj Grimm's den, the closing cere mony. Each den helped decorate th Christmas tree. The tree will b_ donated to a nursing home or a needy family. Parents receivec iifts made at den meetings Tom their sons. Santa hac reats for the cubs. Mark Christian received a bear badge, silver arrow 'anc iilver star, and Gene Schober i denner badge. Silver arro\v >adges were received by Scott Sorensen, Scott Kennedy, Randy Young and Matthew Miller Service stars were awarded to Dennis Estel, Gary Madsen and Donald Snycier. Michae McCracken received a Space record for bringing in new mem bers. Santa gives 2,300 treats to Lake tots CLEAR LAKE — Santa Claus las distributed 2,300 bags o: candy and nuts during visits lo Hear Lake, according to Ed Lamson, executive secretary o the Chamber of Commerce ianta is making his headquar ers every afternoon at th Chamber office. WHAT TO GIVE HER? Something personal of course. Something to ch«rlsh ... to love, because you selected it for her .... M E R R Y C H R I S T M A S . . . Men want to do their Christmas Shopping at Four Seasons. . . . Early selections. . . . Ready-to-wear is the answer. . . . Rich or poor . . . budget or better. . . . Young at heart, gifting brings happiness. . . . Clothes , . . Happiness is important to us. . . . Right for her, our concern as well as yours. . . . Intimate Apparel always in good taste. . . . Slippers too and Slipper shoes. . . . Thank you darling! . . . will sound out the whole year thru with something to wear. . . . Men wanted, because ladies love your thoughtfulncss and taste. . , . Always thinking of something. . , . Something personal from your Clear Lake Dream Store for that Most Thrilling Gift FOUR SEASONS CLEAR LAKE Glob»-G«Mtt«, Mason City, la. I FOR HIM? FOR HER? VISITING TIME — Showing off the large balls on the decorated tree in the ri-ff 8 J a u 6 classroom at Central School is Kevin Hansen, 9 His mother Mrs Wedne'?d?v a pS T h ° P« rti cipated in the open 'house \\ eonesciay evening at Clear Lake elementary schools. GIVE JEWELRY... THE GIFT THAT LASTS: t I* I* y y » i I* y f* WATCHES CLOCKS CHARMS SILVER STAINLESS HOLLOWARE NECKLACES BILLFOLDS mires CHRISTMAS POINSETTIA - Floyd Johnson', Route 3, Clear Lake, ad:s a pomsettia, featuring milkweed pods, held by his daughter Ivithv 7 -i nrl orarW af Ponf.-al HM-,™! /-!„„„ T.,I,~ TM . J . . "_°, . u <ul * 1 ' , Lt .' ' ^'"ly, /, a , r viv > second grader at Central School, Clear Lake! The poinseUhi wall han S h£I' ere part of the decorations made in the classroom of Rebecca James. Lutheran circle elects officers CLEAR LAKE — Mrs. Dale Becker was re-elected presi. dent of Zion Lutheran Martha iircle Tuesday in the home of Mrs. H. L. Erickson. Other new officers are Mrs. Kenneth Thomson, vice presi- 1 dent; Mrs. E. W. Smith, secretary; Isabel! Ashland and Mrs. Richard Potts, lesson leaders; Miss Alma Tokle, stewardship secretary; Mrs. Erwin Zuchlkc, educational secretary; Mrs. C. 0. Lomen, visitation; Mrs. Fred Rogers, Altar Guild representative; Mrs. Paul Spalding, sunshine. Devotions were by Mrs. Francis Ungs. Mrs. PotLs gave the Bible lesson. Mrs. Erickson' accompanied for group singing of Christmas carols. Members voted to send Christmas gifts lo two honorary members and to Mr. and Mrs. Honrik Erickson, missionaries in Bolivia. Following the mocling, the group went to the Lake Crest Cafe for a luncheon. I * STONE SET I RINGS | "A DIAMOND IS y FOREVER" 5 Certified Gemologist 1 PATTERSON JEWELRY Clear Lake iTry A Want Ad — 423-4270 fir,PROOF.nr.E,vnEDwnisKr.v-MT.GRAINNP.Irrn\LSPIRITS<Di«4CALVERTDIST co,LOUISVILLP KY. {v^^^^9J^^H^^^Ti "• ' -v -. _. If you think Soft Whiskey's holiday decanter will look better on your buffet without the label, go ahead peel it off. The people who drink it will know it's Soft Whiskey anyhow. Soft WWskcy m gift 'Wrappcdlregutatibottle—afncxextra-costj, ? I

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