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« Dec. 18, | Globe-Gazette, Mason City, la. FRANK SWANSON Retires after 25 years in phone work CI.KAK I.A KK —After M yea of service willi I he Clear l,ak< Independent Telephone Co. CUAR LAKE News about Clear Lake A program, Christmas Vespers, will be presented Sunday evening at 7:30 at /ion Lutheran Church. The program will Delude Christmas music by all of the church choirs. Bake Sale Easter's Sat. 9 a. rn. Het.i Omioron .Sorority. — (Adv.). Eisenberg Jewelry, the ideal Christ m;is n'\!(. Nichols Shop. — f Ad v.l Entire stock of Lamps . . . floor, taliln ;irul pole, 20' » off 'til Christmas! Wilr-nx Furrii tnr<'.--( Adv. i. Select and lay away (,'lirisliiKi.s .sweater at (i House.- -(Adv. j, Reserve your Herb Bread and !•' r u i t Dressing at (Jrcthen Ilriusi 1 for your holiday (.;;I||KT ycarslinu. (Adv.). your as « u k • had com- Your flrelhen Casual House CLEAH LAKE — Iowa AQ, T. T. T. Society, Thursday voted more than 51,200 to charity and oca) benefits. The funds were proceeds of the Charity Ball icld Saturday iurf Ballroom. installer • repairman, I 1 ' r Swmson lias retired, lie been will) the telephone pany since ISIIC.I. II was honored Tuesday evr- ninu al a dinner parly at Halford's Cafe and was prc-senled a gift of luggage from the company. Mr. and Mrs. Swan son will spend several months traveling. They plan to leave Saturday to visit a son, Don, and family in Tulsa, Okla., for Christinas. They will also visil Mrs. Swanson's brother in Daingerfield, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Swansim hav lived in Clear Lake .'111 years, Prior lo thiil they farmed in Hie Clear Lake area ten years. They have three sons, Frank, Highlands, hid.; Kollin, Foil Wayne, Ind , and Don, and one daughter. Mrs. Charles (.loan) Scotl. Bi'emerhaven, Ccrmany, and ir> gi'aiidchildren. Fellowship hears Christmas story CI.KAR Rosenkild I,AKK— Mrs. was in charge Harold of Ihc Christian Women's Fellowship Christmas program Wednesday evening in the church. Slie read the Christmas story with vocal selections by her daughter, Mrs. Undy Alniaii, Mason City. Mrs. Holmes IVdelly was the accompanist. Mrs. Kosenkild used number of her original poems in giving the program. Hostesses were Mrs, William Daly, Mrs F. L. Hiseling, Mrs. H. M Duesr.nherg and Mrs. Willian Kurt/. Clear Lake churches Shirt Bar at offers you ox I fords, daerons, silks and madras in your favorite styles.—Adv.;. For top grndo beef quarters it reas. prices call VA !)-^KHl. Ventura Locker. ( Adv.). Richard Miller, Stevens Trail- T Cmirl, is a patient at Mercy lospital for treatment for pneu- nonia. lie is in Hoom !)tl!). Automatic Coffeo Makers, 7.!). r . and up at Miller lldwe.— Adv.). Sat. night and Sun. Special at I'he Crcen Castle, Walleye >\.2T, fried chicken !)8c.—(Adv.). Open your 1965 CVirlstmas Savings Account now! Conunu lily National Hank of deal Lake, -(Adv. i Good selection of Easy Chairs M beaulifiil decorator colors a Wilcox Furniture. -(Adv.), CongratulntionE to Mrs. Or ville Slineharl, Route :'., Cleai ,ake, our "Operation Santii Clans" winner. Watch her or I'V Channel .'I Sal. r> p.m. as she competes for Die big casl >ri/.cs. Clear Lake Hank am Trust Co.—(Adv.). Billy's Casino open daily ox cepl Sundays until further MO :.ice.—(Adv. i. Christmas cards at Vi price LOOKING TOWARD SUMMER—Kven though the temperature was below y.c.ro, boaliriK was the topic of conversation as the Commodores greeted the new owner at the Touristville Iloat. Co. Looking at the latest in boat accessories are fie;ft to right) Mrs. fJeorge Klaassen, Robert Denney, Klaassen, Harold Johnson and Syd Thompson. Johnson, Mason City, is owner of the boat company and was welcomed into the Clear J-ake business circle by more than a dozen red-coaled Commodores Thursday. were Mrs. Ralph I.udeke, Mrs. Jowden, Mrs. William Matisen, Mrs. Harold Miller and Mrs. 1C. A. Brown. The perfect gift for everyone in your list: A beautiful lightweight quilled Dacron comforter and matching pillows from Oluf T. Hansen's.—(Adv.). Ridjid Ironing Boards, rcg. SH.%. special this week, $8.08 at Miller Hardware.—(Adv.). Evelyn Pearson Robes, $10.95 lo $1!).%, at Nichols Shop.—Adv. Enfertain 52 at Surf employes' party CLKAK LAKK Casey and Kay ••- Kichard Senev were guesls Wednesday evening, ly-two persons atlended steak supper UK! S. SI. Prizes Snfurdny, 1 'lil 8, Anniversary -Kree Hull's Mo!»il. Tlurr am! 1 I M a.m. /.ION I.tlTIIKHAN Similar nrrvlrm, »:'M. 11:1.1 .ni. Suiulny Mrhnnl. II: I.'. anil rlirKlmu* Vmiirrii prnglftm. lilrlinlil lllinc-"n Iliitivht Mrs. Chas. —(Adv.) Froo al our refveshmenls, Sn. HIM Street.- -(Adv.) With tho Christmns rush on and Mother sn busy—why r\oi Irenl her In a Saturday nielli at (lie Half-Moon Inn. We art a^ain fealurinn the $'t.. r i(l special for 'J. from (i to !) p.m. Sammy's Trio will lie (here for your danc- inn pleasure. New Year's Kve—- No cover charge No admission Kavors for everyone—(Adv.) Sorosis Club Thursdny nt tho home of Mrs. Kenneth I.inci hosts Id an employe's party for Hie Surf Hallroom employes and Kif- tlic at. the Lake Crest Cafe with entertainment held in Hie Surfer l.ounne afterwards. Clear Lake calendar SATURDAY (!rades 1 through 'I (if Sun day school. Christmas program Kumlay *rivkr, lit Ki;im. I ji TI R:H'I p in. II IMrTIIOIIIST A.m. u m. Suml YiMilh 1 'rllnw Milp R . .lolm Orl.nntf. piist \Vi>r*hlp iMit prii- cum voted $ill •'ield Service. lo the Hull (•all was holiday sunncslinns. Mrs. H. C. Dowden nave Ihe Ihoiinhl for and memlx'rs read orin- Assisting I lie host- Christ mas dinner poems. for the r'ninliliiMl MimLiN •Hmnl pr"si* mill umOiLp vrivlrr, III a.m. Cim (Inli. , ill p. in Aillml Kl.-bi. p.i.li ST. I'A CHICK'S CA 111(11, 1C Inn .I|U>M-V Similar, N.-.'lll ami l»:. II) • in ( onlr-i%1iiiis S.illl nl:i * . !•*> and ~. WH:::« p.m. .' > ttii/vuskl. T. I .Me Alutlru. p;i>li>r\ ST. AMiiii.ws i:risroi'<u. I'vrrj Siiinlj): llnly liiuhurM H a.m.. Smnln) M-linni. in a.m. 1'lrnl mil tlilnl SumlnT. llnLy Mnrlin iM, 10 n.in.i Arroncl ntiil (mutt! SunilRT. mnnihlK pmyrr. Ill K.III. Illrliuril SlcCnmllr ««. pa kin r. CIIUISTIAN Similar *rliin>l. !l::m a.m. \Vnr>tilp • rrvlrr, 10: l;, n.m. l.nm (i. THgcK, 7::in r e li e a r s a I, Con^re^ationa Church, 1(1 a.m. Union Do/.en Club. • couples Christmas party, Dinner Bell 15 p.m. Minh school Cliristmas dance slndent eenler, 8 p.m. to mid ninhl. Danish Hrolherhood, children'. Chfislmas parly, [OOK Hall, p.m. SUNDAY Sunday school program, Melh odisl Church, •! p.m. Cliristmas Vespers, Xion I.u- Iheran Church, 7::iO p.m. Sunday school Christmas program, Kvannelieal !''ree Clmrcli, 7::i() p.m. Christmas is observed by Zion circles CLKAK LAKF, — Fourteen members of l^ois Circle of Zion Lutheran Church met Thursday with Mrs. Al His void. A Christmas gift was given lo Mr. and Mrs. Henry Erickson, missionaries to Bolivia. Mrs. Melvin Kvans led the Bible lesson. Gladys Osnes is hostess Jan. 21. Kli/.abeth Circle mcl for a Christmas luncheon at the homo of Mrs. Larry Hitter, (luosts were Mrs. Earl Kimblc, Phoenix, An/..; Mrs. Richard Ellingson, Mrs. Karl Mack and three T.T.T. votes $1,200 ball proceeds to charity evening at the The chapter members voted $800 to the Cerro Gordo Society for Crippled C h 1 1 dren and Adults; $300 to national T.T.T. summer camps for worthy girls in Eden Valley, Minn., and Show Low, Ariz.; $100 to the Clear Rotary Club votes $100 to American Field Service Pack 203 has family dinner CLKAR LAKE — "Christmas Ornaments of Other Lands" was [lie skit presented by Mrs. Louis Schuler's den for Cub Scout Pack 203 Thursday evening following a family potluck dinner al Sunset View School. All five members of the ticn received webelo awards, presented by cubmaster CLEAR LAKE — Rotary Club Thursday noon voted $104 to the lear Lake Chapter of the American Field Service. The funds include a $50 dona- lion and $54 which was the remainder of the original fund of several years ago. The Rotary Club at that time had sponsored program to have a foreign student in Clear Lake. The new- y-organized chapter is attempting to raise $700 by Feb. 15. The luncheon meeting was nelcl at Halford's Cafe. Program chairman C r o s b y 1 n g e r s o 1 1 introduced A. W. Schultz who spoke on skiing. Schuitz explained that he and his family became skiing enthusiasts several years ago on trips lo Colorado. He said that the town of Georgetown, which at one time was a bustling mining town and later became a ghost town, is now a booming center to determine how well the slope would hold snow, but efforts to build a ski run were blocked by a group of naturalists. He said that though the liscontinuc their plans. old the Rotarians that vilt look back in iles, you will find that funds or the purchase of the were subscribed on the hat it become a skiing and not a forest area." of skiing Schultz Ski Club was formed four years ago to create more skiing interest in North Iowa. He said the jroup had received permission rom the State Conservation Commission to cut trees for two runs in Pilot Knob State Park Wally Christensen, of Pack 303. They were Steve Peterson, Wally Korth, Teddy Schiller, John Fleming and Steve Fisher. Cubmaster Dean Kemmerer conducted the bobcat ceremony or Greg Jennings and Kurt Kemmerer. Other awards went guests from Forest City. Mrs. Kilter gave the Bible lesson. Mrs. William Bickford is hostess Orville Stincharl and Mrs. Maurice Lansnuic entertained r.sthcr Circle al the Stinehart home. Mrs. Walter Dorsclh gave the lesson and Mrs, Stincharl, the devotions. Ksllier Johnson read a Christmas story. Handy Shropshire and Sally Stinehart sang carols. Guests were Mrs. Willie Nelson, Mrs. Clarence Dravcs and Sophie Schloemer. Mrs. Howard Knufson is hostess Jan. 21. Mrs. Ed Ashland entertained F.unicc Circle at a potluck lunch- con. Guests were Mrs. Clare Olson and Mrs. Chris Larson, o Scott Waldron, Tim Fynskov, Vlike Marshall and Dennis Gilbert. activity, said the Borderline ef- orts were stopped, they will not Lake Chapter of the American Field Service with donations the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts and other local projects. The members also plan to help needy family for Christmas. Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Robert YAtng, Mrs. Fred Rogers, Mrs. Harlen Reid and Mrs. Arlyn Duesenberg. Mrs. Lawrence Travas was a guest. Mrs. Wendell Johnson is the hostess Jan. 28. The ball held Saturday night was one of the most successful in the seven year history of the event. It was attended by more than 1,000 as invited guests. Schultz "if you cars are insured with us than with any other company. Find out why now I LES GODDEN 310 N. 5th St. Clear Lake FL 7-3320 STATE FARM Mutual Automobile Insurance Company 0«c*. Iloomlnitcw, llliRoi* Try A Want Ad — 423-4270 newspaper park basis area, SANTA'S SCHEDULE To illustrate his •showed four skis, talk, Schultz pointing out he improvement in safety equipment; ski boots and a flask for water, which is used to remove 'snow dust" from the throats of skiers. .Clothing need not be and he added that the the expensive I was quite a sight to see stretch pants on some of skiers. Schultz distributed pamphlets jyr;/; on the Troll Haugen ski area at'""" Dresser, Wis., where he and his family own and have converted an abandoned schoolhouse into a skiing cabin. Guests were Duane Sandage, Clarion; Argel Henningsen, Geneva Litzel and Paul Satter. Dr. M. L. Knlitson Rotarian. was a visiting rionorary members, Pastor and Mrs. Richard Ellingson and Pastor Darwin Rcitcr. Mrs. Ashland led devotions and Mrs Clifford Thomas, the lesson Reports were given by Mrs Lester Bergman and Mrs N. L. Larson. Mrs. Harold Jorgcnrud is hostess Jan. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornsen, Route 1, have named, their infant son Brian Elliott. A first child, his grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Kopccky and Mr. and Mrs. Axel Thomscn, all of Clear Lake. Plan Sunday school program at church CLEAR LAKE—The Sunday school Christmas program willl be presented Sunday morning during the worship service at| the Congregational Church. Because of the combined program and service, the service will begin at 10 a.m., according to Pastor Arthur Krebs. There will be no Sunday school classes but JEWELRY YOUR the children should church at 9:30 a.m. be at the as usual. Diamond Experts SINCE 1886 Certified Gemologists CLEAR LAKE. IOWA MONDAY to 6 — Chamber of Commerce to 9 — Chamber of Commerce K K K CLEAR LAKE I n K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K SATURDAY 10:30-12 — Dave's Meat & Groceries 12:30-2:30 — Chamber of Commerce 2:30-4:30 — Shop 'N' Save 4:30-6:00 — Lake Red Owl TUESDAY 2 to 4 — Lake Red Owl WEDNESDAY 2:30 to 4:30 — Shop 'N' Save ALL SANTA'S TRIPS ARE SPONSORED BY Clear Lake Chamber of Commerce Christmas Pageant, of Jesus Heorgan- Christ of Latter Day Sainls. 7::i() p.m. M'liiml. '<:r> ,m. p.m. llnrulil < lU'IlCII li >iui M.I in \\nrshlp ^1 r< inti nn. Of I IIIMSI Similar >. jii rrvliT. ::til rn li >rit Ymilh mrrtlnc. fi::ll Irri : : ::iv ]>,,„ si.,l.,ii. I.JSI.M • oei:\ iiiltl.r. : Sunday arhonl. 10 a.m. \\'<ir%hfii Rrrv- Irrn. 11 a.m. Siiiuljj rvrnlujt arrvlrr. K. Tlrnnj t-'. Mlllrr. paKtor. ni:oit<;AM/i;i) cnritcn or .n sus <TIKIST (II' f.ATTKIC I) \Y SAINTS Clnirrh hrlioi)]. !i:l", a.m. Sinulav «i>r- ihlp liniir. 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