Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1964 · Page 8
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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 22, 1964
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D«c. 22, Mj| 1H4 Glob*-G*ittt«, M«Mn Cftr/ It. PHEASANTS FOR VETERANS—Preparing a shipment of 100 pheasants for veterans hospitals m Iowa are (left to right) Hylc Lowman, H. G. Jensen, John Diekerna, Jerry Jensen, Duane JciiHen and Dick •-• - * News about Clear Lake Mrs. Earl Kimble, Phoenix, Am., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Larry Kilter, until after the holidays. Sunday evening the Hitters entertained at dinner, with guests including Mr. and Mrs. Emery Ouverson and Jkc Dahl. -Santa Clans was a special guest, arriving in a horse- drawn sleigh. Shop the Grefhen House Christmas Bar for unusual Candles, Napkins and Tree Ornaments.—(Adv.). V.F.W. Posf Dance, Sat., 8-12. "The Frontiers."—(Adv.). Dressed ducks. Call eves. FL 7-2531.—(Adv.). Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lindquist Jr., and children, Jodi and Randy, left Monday by plane for Kcllcring, Ohio, where they will spend a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lindquist, and family. Remember Grethen House for those special gifts for "Her." (Adv.). Electric Shoe Shine Kits, the perfect gift «t $r>.05 nt Miller's —(Adv.). The Public Library will close Thursday at noon, remaining closed until Monday at 10 a.m., according to Mrs. Margaret Patton, librarian. For the man In your life, remember the Grclhen Mouse Tie Bar.—(Adv.). Double stamps Wednesday at Crattidge. Gruttklge was chairman of the Clear Lake VI< W Post project to collect pheasants for the statewide event to provide pheasants for veterans hospitals. in both ODD Bulk Oil stations.— (Adv.) Holiday guests of Mrs. Leland Patterson will be her daughter, Miss Evabclle Miss Elizabeth Peoria, 111. Need a gift Patterson, and Sncccl, both of suggestion for VFW Post gives 100 pheasants CLEAR LAKE—One hundred pheasants were taken to DCS Moines Tuesday for distribution o veterans hospitals in the statewide project to provide 1 jhcasant dinners for hospital- zed veterans. In Clear Lake, the project was carried on by the VFW Post, with Dick GratUdgc as chairman. This is the first time n several years that the post las helped with the project, said "raltklgc. The state project called for 1,400 birds to be donated to assure full dinners at all of the Veterans Administration inslal- a lions. Hylc Lowman took the frozen and packaged birds to DCS Moines to the central distribution point at the hospital. The pheasants were dressed kept in frozen storage at Jensen Super Market. Post members and others contributing birds were Raymond Cash, Jim Cash, Mike Purcoll, Louis Kofocd, Wayne Wood, Roger Schoncman, Ranee Lane, nnc the r n ttidgc, Cliff Frank Thomson, owinnn, Robert McFarlnnd, Pat Stork, Pals, John "Her?" Let the clerks at Hansen's help you select one from the many gift items still in good supply.—(Adv.). A fino selection of Teflon Ware can be found at Miller's Hclwc.—(Adv.). Miss Uyn Johnson, St. Louis, Mo., arrived by plane Tuesday to visit until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Johnson. She is employed by TWA as a reservations agent. Billy's Casino open daily except Sundays until further notice.—(Adv.). Evelyn Pearson Robes, $10.95 to $19.35, at Nichols vShop.—Adv. About 25 persons attended the Grandmothers Club family Christmas party and politick supper Monday evening in the City Hall. Mrs. Ed Heitland wns In charge of the program of songs, poems and reminiscences of old-time Christmases. Gifls were exchanged. Eisenberg Jewelry, tho ideal Christmas gift. Nichols Shop.— (Aciv.) The ideal gift for young or old, Samsonitc f, u g g a g e in men's or ladies' styles! Complete selection at Reid Clothing. —(Adv.). Mrs. Roy (Nora) Wallace, who recently mover! to Forest City, has been admitted to the Forest City Municipal Hospital. A Sweater, Dress, Robe, Gown, Blouse or Jewelry from Oluf T. Hanson's would be a wonderful gift for Christmas.— (Adv.). Strayed Tues., small brown Dickcmn and Cliff Coffin. One ?roup of four hunters, Kenneth rhonuscn, William Mahone, Jim Winders nnd Roger lleillancl, contributed 51 oC the birds. Each lumlcr who contributed will receive two shotgun shells for cnch bird given. The Robinson Wholesale Co., DCS Moines, gives the shells to pro- mole I lie program. Nomination open by Jaycees for Boss of Year " " TO CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY — Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Hill, Clear Lake, will be honored at open house Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the IOOP Home in observance of their 50th wedding anniversary. Clarence Hill and Violet Raymond were' married Dec. 23, 1014, by the Rev. James Milles at the farm home of the bride's parents north of Clear Lake. From the time of their marriage they have farmed, later moving to Clear Lake. They have six children, LaVern, Oceanside, Calif.; Mrs. Elmer (Glee Belle) Waltzing, Belmond; Mrs. Don (Edna) Morgan, Clear Lake; Mrs. Edward (Marguerite) Hoffland, Crescn; Klston, Ridgefield, N.J., and Mrs. George (Geri) Klesel, Garner. They have 2,1 grandchildren. City Council CLEAR LAKE ~ The Junior Chamber of Commerce has started taking nominations from its members for Clear Lake's outstanding "Ross of the Year." Nomination letters may be sent (o Dr. L. If. Abbas or Ron- aid Mosher before Jan. 13. The outstanding boss will he honored and presented a certi- o annual bosses' night banquet at tho Holiday Poodle. (Adv.). Please call FL 7-<15-lf> — Lounge Jan. 2fi. Speaker for the banquet will be llelnie Taylor, Des Moines, Iowa Stale Jayeee president. Mrs. D. Armstrong injured in accident CLEAR LAKE — Mrs. Do Los Armstrong, 1120 N. Mh St., re turned home Sunday from the Park Hospital where she re ceived treatment for a whiplash injury. .She was the only one injured Dec. 13 in a three car accident at the Blairsburg ntcrscction. She received emergency treatment in the Webster City hospital and afterwards was taken lo Park Hospital by ambulance. She is wearing n neck brace. Her daughter, Mrs. Lyle (Irene) Alshouse, Stanley, returned home Monday after a few days' visit with her parents. To name winner of scholarship at Youth Banquet CLEAR LAKE — The youth banquet of Zion Lutheran Church will be Dec. 29 at (i p.m., with young people in seventh through twelfth grades attending. All college sludents anil servicemen home for the holidays nrc invited «s special guests. TiiC: Senior League scholarship winner will be announced nnd awards made from the LEAF Fund. Professor H c r m a n Diers, Wnrtburg College, will be Ihc speaker. Library Club has Christmas Tea CLEAR L A K E-Mrs. John DeLong entertained 1!) members of Library Reading Club,' Monday at a Christmas lea. Co- hostesses were Mrs. Harold Me- Gowiin. Mrs. Waller Wood. Mrs. and Mrs. Harry votes South Haven light CLEAR LAKE — The City Council Monctny evening author- iv.ed installation of a street light in South Haven Addition on S. 2nd St. near Hth Avc. The request for n light had been made by residents in the area. Lester Daw.son was hired as attendant at the City Dump nl the salary of $185 a month. Council members disc usscci purchase of an adding mnchine for the police department. A Class \\ beer permit was issued to Molvin Kobcrnusz for Melodoc Limes Howling Alley. Clear Lake calendar WEDNESDAY Stores open for Christmas shopping until i) p.m. Lions Club, Ilnlford's Cafe, noon. Civic League to distribute Christmas services set for Clear Lake churches CLEAR LAKE—Special services in observance of Christmas are scheduled at Clear Lake churches, according to the pastors. Some will be conducted hristmas Eve and others on Christmas Day. St. Andrew's Episcopal Church will have carol singing by the congregation and choir Christmas Eve starting at 11 p. m. The Rev. Richard McCand- ess will conduct the choral celebration of Holy Eucharist at 1:30 p.m. The Holy Eucharist service Christmas Day will be at 10 a.m. The • Congregational Church will have the traditional candle- ight service Christmas Eve at 10 p.m., according to the Rev. Arthur Krcns. High Mass will be celebrated hristmas Eve at midnight at St. Patrick's Catholic Church. The adult choir will sing. Low Masses will he said Christmas Day at 8 and 10 a.m. by the Frank Lee rites are set for Thursday CLEAR LAKE — Frank Lee, 106 N. 5th St., 64, died suddenly Monday night at a Mason City nospital where he was admitted earlier that clay. Mr. Lee was horn April 16, 1300, in Illinois, a son of Myron and Nettie (Miller) Lee. He was married to Grace Wood Dec. 23,' 1925, in Clear Lake. He farmed in this area most of his life an- ill they moved into Clear Lake in 1954. Funeral services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Wilcox Funeral Home with Dr. John DeLong officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cem- tcry. Pallbearers will be mem- aers of IOOF Lodge 187 of which Mr. Lee was a past noble grand. He is survived by his wife, a daughter, Mrs. Jim (Vcrlynn) lutchison, Kanawha; a son, 1 Jerry, Gilbert, and five grandchildren. Other survivors arc hrcc brothers, Forde, C i e a i-j Lake; Glenn, Ventura, and Lawrence, Hanover, Kan., and two sisters, Mrs. Pal (Margaret) Ensley, Henderson, Tex., and Mrs. Don (Fern) Clark, Lemon Grove, Calif. Preceding him in death were his parents, a sister, a brother arid a step-brother. Mr. Lee was a member of the Methodist Church and IOOF Lodge 187. Rev. J. J. Buzynski and the Rev. T. F. Me Andrew. Confessions are scheduled Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7:30 to 9 p.m., and Thursday from 10 to 11:30 a.m. and 2 to 5 p.m. The Evangelical Free Church will have a candlelight service Christmas eve at 7:30, according to Pastor Harold McGowan. The service will be conducted by the young people of the church. "Christmas in Space" will b* the theme of the Christmas Eve service at 11 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church. The men's chorus will sing. "The Gift of Christmas" is the theme of the festival worship service Christmas Day at 10 a.m. The junior choir will sing. Pastors Richard Ellingson and Darwin Reiter will he in charge. The Christian Church will have a candlelight service Christmas Eve at 10. Mrs. Clarke Beard is chairman of the service. The choir will sing with Jane Pcdclty as organist. CHRISTMAS DANCE — In a holiday mood at the Christmas dance at Clear Lake High School are (left to right) Douglas Grabinski, Linda Zuehlke, Denny Warren and Vicki Vannorsdel. Linda was -chairman of the dance Saturday flight which featured the theme, "Moonlight in Vermont." Denny is president of live student council. Proceeds of the party will ,go to t h e American Field Service chapter to sponsor a foreign student at Clear Lake. FRANK LEE Gal ford led thcjChnstmas baskets to families. Ed Lincicum Mason. Miss Mary meditations, "Christmas (lifts,"j Confessions, St. Patrick's Cain- and read three poems. Mrs. Church, 3-5 and 7:30-!) p.m. Jim Anderson gave the lesson "Attitude of the Heart." described the Birth of Christ as it affected Mary, J o s e p h, Herod, the Shepherds and Wise Men. Mrs. Joseph Anders, Minn., was a guest. The club meeting will be Jan, 2 p.m. at the home of E. Kcnyon. Slate seminar at high school; Set state session CLEAR LAKE — Supt. E. 0. Berge announced a science and mathematics seminar will be held at Clear Lake with representatives from the Olivetti Corp. Jan. 29. The representatives will be from Michigan, South Dakota and several cities in Iowa. Jan. 21 the Iowa Assn. of School Administrators will have a 7:30 p.m. meeting in the student center. The Rev. Thomas McAndrew, associate pastor of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, will deliver a Christmas message Rotary Club Thursday noon at Halford's Cafe. "Since when do you give Bourbon?" 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