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1C D«e. 22, H| 1964 Glob«-G«z«tt«, Mtson Clfy, !•. Public offices and churches announce Christmas holidays WiL ne66e6 to n The birth of Jesus more than 19 centuries ago will be celebrated again Friday by Mason Cityans in churches and homes. For many, the holiday will brin« a weekend's rest of Ihroc or more days. City Hall, the Ccrro Gordo County Courthouse and the Ma" son City Public Library all will close at noon on T.T ,day and remain closed until Monday. Most . retail stores close at 4 p.m. Thursday. In the case of the courthouse, there will be no driver's license examinations either tins .Saturday or the following Saturday. Normally, the driver's examiners are the only ones having business at Ihe courthouse on Saturdays. The Saturday closing ;it I he library this Saturday ;iml tho same period on .Ian. 2 will allow custodians to clean and wax all library floors. Th» Mason City Post Office will observe a Jontf weekend also, with service windows closed both Friday and Saturday and no city or rural mail deliveries. (Unlike some laronr ciiy pos) offices, the local post office will Toothpick tree gift made by Brownies Five members of Brownie Troop 187 of Grant school look .,, , a Christmas tree which thoy ' H ' ;1 • S0l ' vlt ' (: " f Holy Corn- had made of toothpicks to Maryl""""""- Zucman. In the group where! Trinity Lutheran: Three serv- Kim Johnson, I'at.sy Kurush, ' ces «"''-' planned, two on Christ- Nancy Kurash, Susan Tornoson' " I!IS '' ;ve !infl ()ll<; Christmas Uirls t)!< y- A family service will he at jVj rs r> p.m. Tluirsdny wilh the Children's Choir sintfintf, and a midnight service will be at II p.m., wilh the Adult Choir. The Itev. not even have a brief window opening on Saturday for busi nesses.) Mail will be collected from street letterboxes in accordance with the holiday schedule shown on Ihem, and outgoing mails will be dispatched as usual. Although many of the city's churches had Christmas observances on Sunday, many also have scheduled Christmas Eve or Christmas Day services of worship. Churches which have announced such services are: St. John Baptish The church's Sunday school children will present a Christmas program at 7 p.m. Wednesday, and a Christ- nia.s D.'iy worship service will be at 8 a.m. Friday. The Rev. itoherl Giles, pastor, will preach on "What Christmas Means to You." Grace Evangelical United Brethren: A Christmas FCve candlelight .service will begin at 7 p.m. Thursday and include music by the choir and an instrumental group. The mcriila- lion a( this family .service will he by Ihe pastor, the Rev. Marvin L. lliil.sc. Sf. John's Episcopal: A choral Kurharisl service will begin at II p.m. Thursday, will) the service If) include a sermon, "No Vacancy," by Ihe rector, Ihe Kev. Franklin ,1. Klohn. At 10 a.m. on Christmas Day and Diane Miller. The sang Christmas songs. Ziemann presented (he girls a box of cookie.s and candy. Mrs. Arlenc Van Horn and Mrs. I';iul Millci (he * ii't * v, * II | l JIL/JJJ HIM) Irj I i> ^ i fi It I ------ •*• .----..- v...*»», Bin. » * v- T . iillcr, leaders, accompaniedi'"' ivmi Hanson, senior pastor, ic girl.s. jwill preach at both eve services on "That Silent Night." NAME OF CHRISTMAS The name Christmas did not, conic inlo use until nhotil the lllh century. The WOK) is an outgrowth of the Old Knglish Cristcs maesse, or mass." ""' Christmas Day service will | )C at HI a.m., with the Chapel Choir singing and Pastor Hunson preaching on "One Miracle- Is Knough." First Presbyferian: A tracli- "Christ's linnal Christmas Kvc Communion service will be held at ___ jii p.m. Thursday, conducted by STRAW IS USED ||) r . Waller .1, Kalvnsmaki, the In Finland, where ovcrnrccirl'^sUir. is n sign of mourning, straw is| Wesley Methodist: A Christ- used for Christinas decorations, 'mas Kve service of Communion will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Those unable to come at the formal opening of the service may commune at the altar any time until the close of the l'/z- hour period. First Congregational: A family service of carols and candles will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday, and a half-hour Holy Communion service wil! start at 9:30 a.m. on Christmas Day. The nursery will he staffed for the Thursday service. The Friday Communion will he in the church's Willson Chape). First Christian: Two Christmas Eve services are planned. One at 6:30 p.m. Thursday will last about a half hour and be nformal, especially for families wilh small children. At 11:15 p.m. will be a great service of worship wilh Scripture and carols — including congregational singing, solos, anlhcrn.s and instrumental music. The ervicc will conclude just after midnight. First Methodist: A special 'omnmnion service will be at 7:.')() p.m. Thursday in the sanctuary, and Christmas Day worship will be at 10 a.m. in he church's Wayside. Chapel. A srlf-sorvieo Communion will >e available following the special Christmas Kve .service mrl on Christmas Day. Bethlehem Lutheran: A Christ- •na.s Kve worship for all is .sol Yir 7 p.m. Christmas festival worship will bo at 10 a.m. Kri- lay. The Kev. Frederick C. lin/., headmaster of Martin .iilher High School, New York L.'ity, will deliver the Christmas Day message. Holy Family Catholic: A Christmas Kve midnight Mass s scheduled, as well as seven Wn.sses on Christmas Day. The Holy Family Girls Choir will begin singing at 11:30 p.m. Thurs- lay, followed at 11:50 by solemn irofe.ssion and blessing of Ihe crib just before the Mass begins it midnight. Mass limes on Fri- Jiiy are (>, 7. 8, 9, 10 and 11 a.m. i ml 12:15 p.m. The 0 a.m. serv- ce will bo a high Mass with singing by the Adtdt Choir. Gethsemane Lutheran: A Christ mas Eve service wile he ill f>::!0 p.m. Thursday, and Ihe Christmas Day festival service will be at !) ;i.m. The Christinas Eve service will be presented by the children of the church, telling the Christmas story in verse and song. St. Joseph'* Catholic: Masses will be held Christmas Day on the usual Sunday and holiday schedule — at 5:45, 7:15, 8:30, 9:45 and 11 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. St. Paul't Luthtran; Two Chrislmns Kve services are set. At 7 p.m. Thursday will be a (candlelight vesper service for (families. A Holy Communion service will begin at 11 p.m. and (conclude just after midnight. By G. ERNEST LYNCH, B.D. (Here is one in a series of imaginative monologues by forerunners and witnesses to the birth of Jesus Christ which attempt to restate 'the freshness, mystery and awe of His Advent and Nativity.) Our Savior's Lutheran: All three church choirs will participate in the Christmas Day service at 10:30 a.m. "Christmas J.%4" will he the sermon topic jof the Itev. Stanley L. Carlson, pastor. St. James Lutheran: The Christmas Eve Sunday School program will be at 7 p.m. The jChristma.s Day service will be at a a.m. Transfiguration Greek Orthodox: Services begin on Thursday wilh Ihe Royal Hours serv ice at I* a.m. and Great Vespers and Divine Liturgy of St. Basil the Great at 10:15 a.m. jOn Christmas Day will be a service of Orthros at 9 a.m. and jthe Divine Liturgy of St. John jChrysostom from 10:30 to 11:45 a.m. Saturday will be observed as Ihe 'Feast of the Synaxis of the Virgin Mary, with Orthros at 8:30 followed by Divine Liturgy from 9:15 to 10:15. William Watson services set in Iowa Falls IOWA FALLS—Funeral services for William Watson, f>9, who died a I the Veterans Hospital in DOS Moines, will be at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the First Christian Church. Burial will be at Union Cemetery. The Anderson Home for Funeral* is in charge of arrangements. Surviving arc his wife, Avonelle; two daughters, Mrs. Warren (Betty) Kncss, Iowa Falls; Linda, Rochester, Minn.; two ison.s, William, Cedar Rapids; Ronald, Coralvillc; six grandchildren, sister, Mrs. M. L. Howcliffc, San Diego, Calif. Balthasar, the Wise Man I am Balthasar, court astrologer of Arabia and one of the Matfi who paid homage to Christ at hij birth. The science of the stars has been my life study Uie skies speak the language of a living and eterna L.od to those who have eyes to see and ears to hear Surely, the Creator whose handiwork is spread large on heaven's black canvas is one worthy of even the mightiest man's devotion. So I study the stars and each night my thoughts of God are enlarged anew. Thus it was that a recent most interesting and unexplained appearance of a new star sent me to searching the writings of ancient* — — The following watch illustrations in the Helzberg advertisement of Monday, Dec. 21 were incorrectly placed. THEY SHOULD HAVE APPEARED AS SHOWN HERE: K. Winders rites set for Wednesday The funeral for Kenneth B. Winders, 59, former Mason Cityan who died Sunday in North Little Rock, Ark., will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the 'Hogan-McKee Colonial Chapel. i The Rev. George Adklns, pastor of the First Christian Church, will officiate. Marie Barta will be organist. Pallbearers selected are Erling Bech, Carl Haase, C. Fred L o o m e r, Jess Mathewman, Lawrence Payne and Allen Patton, all members of Benevolence Lodge 145, A.F. and A.M. Masonic services also will be conducted at the cemetery by Benevolence Lodge 145, A.F. and A.M., with V.M. Flodent, worshipful master, in charge. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. prophets to learn what this might portend. At last I found my soul to tremble! For it was foretold that when such a star appeared in the east, then would God's appointed Messiah be born in Bethlehem of Judea. pie whom God had so singularly blessed. But, to our amazement, there was naught but bitterness, apprehension and suspicion. Herod received us with cold civility, and his courtiers re Naturally I mad. immediate Se " ted ° U1 ' prcsence ' We were questioned closely by preparation to travel there, for so great an event must not be missed. I would greet the newborn king and pay homage to my God. Long was the journey over desert and mountain. And though I had the good company of two others like myself, Magi from far countries, even so 1 would have abandoned the hardships of my pilgrimage had it not been for the constantly beckoning star, growing brighter each night and urging us onward toward the Holy Child. At long last my companions and I reached the court of the Judean King Herod. How great was our disappointment! For we )ad expected to find feasting and rejoicing among these peo- the monarch, and when at last he permitted us to continue our journey he insisted that we inform him immediately when we had found the child. His mouth spoke of worship, but his eyes implied murder! Guided by the star, we came at last to a stable in Bethlehem. Could this he the birthplace of a king? Would the world offer no better welcome than this for God's Son? Surely we had misread the heavenly message: Our pilgrimage had been in vain. Buf as we stood thus counseling in the stable yard, there came faintly to our ears the lovely sound of a woman, singing. The melody was sweet as a lullaby, but the words, were a paean of praise, magnifying God. The song drew us to the open stable door. We looked in. The light of our guiding star focused its glory on the scene before us. In breath less awe we beheld the little child lying in a manger and, watching over Him, the blessed mother by whose sweet humility God's greatest gift had come. Our search was ended. We had found our Lord! Light of light, Very God of Very God! No one of us dared speak a word. The Word had been spoken by God. Silently we knelt and worshiped the Holy Babe. Our gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh were placed before Him. Then quietly, so as not to wake the child, we left. Now we are homeward bound by a way that Herod can never trace. Tomorrow our paths diverge: Gaspard, the wise man from the Orient, goes east; fair-skinned Melchior to the north; I, Balthasar, to my own dark people of the south. How different we are in our ways and outward appearance. Yet how alike we are in our need for the love of Christ. We have seen the Light of the World in the face of a child. From henceforth no light but His shall be our guide. "Oh come, let us adore Him MUSK OX The soft underwool of the musk ox compares with cashmere and vicuna. Just four ounces are enough to knit a :ealher-light sweater that will resist below-zero cold. STREET LIGHTS Street lights brighten the holy thoroughfares of Mecca, the most blessed of all Moslem cities. A fine 17 ii-wrl \v:tlr[ priinl " wMh r:imn\i* Huluva f|u;thlv anil <-ni<tsnian.shl|i. Slmrk- Miidi'l'll Juulllllil Iniik til Ji 17-)i'\\vl >|il.\h1 > w n I c 1» SliiK'k-iTftlNlnnt. Yi>|ln\v or 24.75 24.95 A fint- 17-jcuel u ,t(rf pttmf > nil M.iknlr** Mi-H with f;i minis U u t o v i\ i|ii;il|tv lllfnli^hnul. ^'n(t^f^ ntul hr.iuty r.^Hnvcri In ^ flin 1 17-JcHvH \vnlrh. Shiu-k-ro«lst;in(. Yellow nr 29.95 35.75 KNftni*!lo Kl.vlini: M'l "(I milt » lirllll.mt iM.'imrrnil 17 while. Tup level In 1HTf.il in.inrc' .mil M.vlr. KiMlinvji pi Ciilnn- il.ir u-lmlim-, l<«i, 17-jrMol.v Tho rich MII.U Inc'sv n( ,i ro- onlin.iltMl li.iniilr hr.irelrt « .< t r h. n.Ji'vv.'l*. nltork- lltvst \vatrh Mvllnji for l!i<* :u-ll\c m;nv XhovK-iTslM .ml. Hiniirl cxpnniinn bond. 1739.95 35.95 ' 49.95 icnt Tr.rmn Av(iilahli*-~iVpiv Accounts Invited 49.95 AGAIN THIS CHRISTMAS- YOU'RE BETTER OFF AT... IlluLUt U/H& twupd JtuftltM 23 South Federal STORE OPEN TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY, UNTIL 9:00 P.M. fj EXCUUSIV* MEMBER DIAMOND COUNCIL OF AMERICA The GLOBE-GAZETTE Has An Ideal CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTION FOR YOU ARRANGE FOR A GIFT CERTIFICATE THROUGH THE GLOBE-GAZETTE THE WORLD IN 1964 Globe-Gazette, P.O. Box 271, Mason City, Iowa Enclosed is $ Please send a copy of THE WORLD in 1964 as a gift to: NAME ADDRESS CITY AND STATE , (Write in Your Name as Donor of Gift Below) DONOR: (R*Mrv«d books will b« mailed in February) Transport Timetable AIR Mason City Municipal Airport Eastbound—6:30 a.m., (F27), 2:05 p.m. (F27) 8:24 p.m. • Westbound—9:29 a.m., 4:31^ p.m. Northbound—1:09 p.m. RAIL Passenger Station 600 2nd NVV To Minneapolis — 4:06 a.m.. 3:51 p.m. To Des Moines — 2:06 p.m., ]2:15 a.m. To Austin and Minneapolis — 3:40 a.m. To Omaha - 12:55 a.m. BUS Jefferson Bus Depot 16 1st SW Eastbound — 7:15 a.m., 11:50 a.m., 6 p.m. Scenic Line (To Decorah) — 5:45 P.m. dally except Fri., Sun. and holidays, 6:45 p.m. Westbound — 6 p.m. Northbound—7:25 a.m., 10:35 a.m., 4:30 p.m., 9:30 p.m. Southbound—7:30 a.m., 12:W p.m., 2:50 p.m.. 9:30 p.m. It's Easy to Place a Want Ad! If you have something you want to sell, trade or rent, if you want a good job or good help and would like to place a Want Ad just Call 423-4270 and ask for the Want Ad • department. We twill be glad to give you suggestions that will help you get results. NOTICE Ads ordered for more than •1 day and stopped before expiration are charged only for the number of days the ad appeared at the rate earned. UNLESS special classification of ads is requested customers must accept classification of advertising department of this paper TO PLACE YOUR AD JUST PHONE 423-4270 ASK FOR AN AD-TAKER Index to Classified Notices | Prescriptions , j\-i Card of Thanks 2 In Memoriam A-2 Cemeteries A-l Monuments. Etc B-3 Announcements <4 Personals 5 Lost. Found e Auction Sales 7 Money to Loan • ,. s Real Estate Loans A-« Investments g Insurance (o Entertainment u Reports Dealers. Distributors Seeds. Feeds Bus mess Opportunities ... Male Help Wanted Employment Service . . Female Help Wantc<l Situation Wanted Kelp Male. Female Employment Information Salesladies Salesmen ARents Services Offered Instruction Teachers Business Ideations Sale or Trade Sale or Rent Rooms for Kent Room and Board Apts. for Hent Multiple Listings Houses for Rent , *...... House Trailers Builders. Homes House* for Sale Lake Shore Cottaces .... Lake Shore Hnmes, Lots Lots for Sale Acrcaffes Farms for Sale Farms for Rent ....:... Machinery Livestock Pasture DORS, Birds. Pets '. Miscellaneous for Sale Sportlnu Goods Equipment Photography Foods Gardens Building Materials. Etc. Nursery Slocks Musical Instruments Radio. TV. Etc Office fnr Rent Office Eriuinment Business Equipment Real Estate Carafes Wearing Apparel 'Household Goods Antiques Poultry. ESKS. Suppiic* ... Wanted to Buy Wanled tc Rent Wanted to Borrow Wanted to Buy or Rent U-ed Cars t7ffe<J Trucks Auto Accessories Airplanes, Equipment. Etc. A-1J IS 17 18 20 A-20 21 n 2.1 B-23 24 25 !fi 27 It A.JS 30 31 A.IU 32 A-32 33 B-33 34 A-34 B.M 35 A35 B35 36 37 39 4fl 41 42 A-<2 43 « A 4< P..44 4.1 A- 45 46 47 4* A4I 49 M A-Sfl 51 52 53 54 AM 57 5* 59 60 fil S3 Lodges KAHDING LODGE No. 649 Reed C. Cook, W.M 423-0182 Laurie. Secy 4234022 Staled CommuniraUon _VVfd.._Jan. 13. 7:30 p.m. B EN EVO[,ENCE~ LODGE No US V M Klodcn. W M 423-MVI Main. Secy 424-.1044 1st F. Anccll & J. Nilchala _M»n.. Dee. 2R — 7:30 p.m MASON CITY CHAHTKB ORDEH OF OeMOLAY Tom Reed — Mauler Counselor <23-6627 Dan Roberts. Scribe, 424-4517 Regular Meeting, Sat., Dec 19th R.-30 p.m.— Pemolay Degree Practice * Prescriptions Al ONLY 5 YEARSAGOTT? research was still being conducted on many of toftay'j common linios Your inistrd OSCO Pharmacist studies constantly in acqualm him- *eH w|';h recent improvement! on old method*. OSCO DRUG PRESCRIPTION DEPT. 103 No. Fed. Ph. «ZM2f3 WANT ADS PLACED OUTSIDE OF OUR TRADE TERRITORY ARE PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Notices 1 NOTICE — The liability of the Globe- Gazette for typographical errors, wrong insertions or omission of advertising shall be limited to ONE CORRECTED INSERTION OF THAT PORTION OF ANY SUCH AD INCORRECTLY INSERTED. Please read your ad, if there is an error which definitely changes the meaning of your ad, please call us right away. * Monuments, Etc. 63 BEAUTIFUL VIGIL MEMORIALS "For all Ihe years where dear ones sleep, these faithful stones their Vigil keep." For all graves. Now for all occasions. VIGIL MEMORIALS 213 6th N.W.. Phone 424-2095 Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY MONUMENT Works. Home owned and reliable since 1889. See «ur large display of finished monuments in. all granites, including Montello. Mark every grave. We deliver anywhere. 150 10th St. S.W Ph. 424-4314. -k Lost, Found 6 and Rushings. lady's Bulova wristwatch. white sets on side. S5 reward. Ph. 424.4250 after 4 p.m. LOST—Bag and shoes vicinity of 1st N.W. Reward. Ph. 423-7966 after 6 p.m. LOST—Large white and black Terrier. Answers to the name of Tuffy. Vicinity of Rose Bowl. Heward. Phone 423-2580.' * Seeds, Feeds 17 FOR SALE—400 bales good alfalfa _ hay. Ph. Rowan 36932. KOH SALE —~lT50(TbaTes 2ntTcuT ting alfalfa-clover mixed hay. In the barn. Dean Peter, Sheffield, la. 1 mi. W.. Vi mi. So.. Ph. 8S2- 3606. * Business Oppor. 18 FOR SALE—Good""cafe"—~a~"littie more than the price of a Mills Ice Cream machine included Write Box G-13, Globe-Gazette. TRUCK OWNERS The Diamond Transportation System, Inc., is now accepting applications from owners with late model COE tractors to haul farm tractors. Implements. Good earnings — Steady employment — Paid vacations and Group insurance. Wriie: Diamond Transportation System, Inc., P.O. Box "A". Racine, Wisconsin. •_ Phonej 414-634-1336 CAFE FOR~SALE ' OR LEASE in DOUGHERTY, JOWA Scats 30. Serving local trade. Barber Shop, modern apartment included. Building & equipment— $6.500.00 INQUIRE AT CAFE FOR SALE—T a v e r n and cafe, complete stock and equipment. Living quarters above. Carpenter, la. Ph. RE 6-489S. Male Help Wtd. 20 work. Know city well. Yellow Cab Co. EXP. LP gas serviceman for im- med. employment. Salary plus comm.. full company benefits including insurance, protit-sharinjr. retirement. Write Box D-13 inciud- ing pertinent information. AMBITIOUS" boy to help janitor; part time cveniny t nite work Apply Mr. Barner. Damon's Dept Store. ' WANT—At once: Experienced parts man for new car dealership. Some typing helpful. Good wages, company benefits, paid vacation. Write, Box R-22, Globc-Ga- zette. WANTED — School boy for dishwashing. FYi. & Sat. evenings. Apply Buehler Cafe. 720 So. Fed. Female Help Wtd 21 MINIMUM INCOME $55 per week. TOWNf HOUSE RESTAURANT __ J23-8261 WANTED—Baby-sitter for 3 ~Jhil". drcn, 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m six days a week. 1020 Maple Dr. MEDICAL receptionist and typist for surgical office. Write experience and qualifications to Box F-21. Globe-Gazette. WOMAN for general ofiice work Age 30 to 40. Write Box P-21.' Globe-Gazette including references and experience. WANTED^Ccd^d Waitress. A p p I y in person at Curly's Corner Cafe. RN. or I,.P.N7P5£T« Allison, Iowa. Edna's Nursing Home. * Help Mo'ie-FmieTTf CAN you sell? Or rto you think you can? Write and tell us why you think you cnn . Top replies Mil be considered for position. Icndmc to top wages and possible management. Write Box >-!, Globe-Gazette. CHRISTMAS RUSH! Need 2 neat mer nr women (o assist manaRcr In "New Sales »epl. Can earn $50 per wech ", u!" P^rt-'ime. Must he available immediately. For appointment, phone 423-8679 6 to 8 P.M. * Salesmen 25 SALESMAN UNLIMITED EARNINGS SEE photostatcs of checks to other NEARBY salesmen who earned $200 U p their 2nd week. No night work or age limit. GROW with a young expanding company. Permanent FULL-TIME positions. Need car for limited travel selling space (not subscriptions) in localized farm publications to business firms only. WRITE full ,i e . tails to Box P-22 c/o Globe- Gazette for personal interview. T 1. EE *tumn removal anvw

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