Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 23, 1964 · Page 4
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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 23, 1964
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PEACE BE NOEL WITH YOU May the joy and peace of the Christmas spirit ever be yours. WARD Funeral Home RICHARD L. VAN SLYKE Clear Lake Dec. 23, 19*4 Giobe-Gaxetfe, Mason Ctty, la. CLEAR LAKE INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE CO. News of neighbors around Clear Lake Th« Senior Ltigu* of Zl*nFellows rites for the funeral Lutheran Church will hold a skating party Sunday from 4 to p.m. al the Erwiri Zuchlke horde. Dressed duck*. Call «v««. FL 7-2531.—(Adv.). For Sal*: 1 pair boy's figure skates, sine 12. FL 7-4019.— (Adv.). L. E. Jacobson and G. E. lurphy arc in charge of Odd Seal sale at $1,000 CLEAR LAKE— Elgin Morris, chairman of the 1964 Christmas Sea! Sale, reported $1,083 has been collected from the sale of seals. Morris said there were 1,200 letters with seals mailed to Jlcar Lake families. The goal is $1,364.25. The goal is approximately the same as the total reached last year. 'There arc a number of new contributors (his year and the response has bccu) good," said Morris, lie urged persons to send in their contributions soon, so that the final report can be made. Christmas Seals support the services of the Cc;rro (1 o r d o County Tuberculosis and Health Assn., in education, research, school health projects and other projects used to wipe out tuberculosis and control all other respiratory discuses. "Angels we have Heard on High" FRED'S Barber Sit op FRED MARTIN REUBEN SCHRAMM CLEAR LAKF service of Frank Lee Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Wilcox Funeral Home. Strayed Tues., smalt brown poodle. Please call FL 7-4546.— (Adv.). Evelyn Pearson Robes, $10.95 to $10.95, at Nichols Shop.~Adv. Janet Nelson, 9, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Nelson, entered Mercy Hospital Tuesday Tor treatment of pneumonia. She is in Room 4022. Looking for a last minute gift? Corning Ware from Miller's is the ideal choice.— (Adv.). Reserve your Herb Bread and Fruit Dressing at Grethen House for your holiday gathering.—(Adv.). Billy's Casino open daily except Sundays until further notice.—(Adv.). Your Casual Shirt Bar at (irethcn House offers you oxfords, dacrons, silks and madras in your favorite styles.— (Adv.). A. A. Joslyns at home from tour around the world CLEAR LAKE —Dr. and Mrs. •\. A. Joslyn returned Monday evening from a six-weeks trip around the world by plane. Dr. Joslyn attended the Pan Pacific lental meeting in Hawaii in November and there they joined a guided around-lhe-world tour which ended in Athens, Greece. Among the countries they visited were Japan, Philippine Islands, China, Formosa, Malaysia, Pakistan, India, Rome, Greece and Egypt. Side trips were made by bus and train. The Junior Chamber of Commerce took ten people on a tour of lights through Clear Lake Tuesday evening. The guests were from the two nursing homes and several were persons who do not drive. The tour included the area by the high school, uptown district, the Nativity Scene in Triangle Park, North Shore Drive, Country Club Heights and Shorewood Hills. For Sale: 3 bedroom home. Lot 66x132 ft. Leaving town. B. Petersen. FL 7-2216. For that list minute shopping, try .Hansen's for personal gifts or items for the home.—(Adv.). Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hansen and two daughters, Mary and Linda, Jesup, will he Christmas weekend guests of Mrs. Hansen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Brown. The Browns' son, William, his wife and three daughters, Willa, Sue and Charlene, arc expected to arrive from LaGrange, 111., Sunday to visit. V.F.W. Post Dance, Sat., 8-12. "The Frontiers."—(Adv.). Eisenberg Jewelry, the ideal Christmas gift. Nichols Shop.— (Adv.j Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Tageson, accompanied by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs**, Harry Anderson, left Wednesday <*"/*. >>.•* V CiMiUif . *^*>WK**M for Kansas City, Mo., to spend Christmas with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wai- tor Noble, and family. The ideal gift for young or old, Samsonilc Luggage in men's or ladies' styles! Complete selection al Reid Clothine. —(Adv.). See the beautiful Dacron quiltcti comforters and matching pillows at Oluf T. Hansen's. —(Adv.). Select and lay away your Christmas sweater at Grethen House,—(Adv.). THE BEST OF EVERYTHING TO YOU! An old-fashioned greeting from the members of our staff . . . may the season be joyous for you and yours. JAMES BENNETT RICHARD BENNETT SUSAN BUCK E. A. BROWN LORRAINE COOKMAN LESLIE GOLIEN LINDY GARLOCK DELORIS HAUGEN KENNETH HOLDEN TERRY HOLDEN CRAIG JENSEN JIM LARSEN TED LINDQU1ST MARILYN PARMELY MARALYN PHILPOTT JOE SCOTT RICHARD R. SCOTT ALICE SPEAKER WAYNE THOMAS MARGARET VAAGE MYRON HAUGEN EASTER'S SUPER VALU SUPER VALU DICK SCOTT, Mgr. L: '01 A PERSONAL GREETING! We look around for a gadget Or something to give away To wish all our customers A happy holiday. But it doesn't lake material tilings To express one's thanks, we guess So we constructed a poem To wish you happiness. There are days for selling merchandise And days to send a bill But this one day we saved for us To wish you all goodwill. Verna Pearl Joan Lois Elayne VERNA'S Fashion Shop CLEAR LAKE Season's Greetings! We Hope Santa Is Extra Good To Youl MEMBERS OF THE Clear Lake VOLUNTEER Fire Dept. MRS. TERRY QUINN — Husscll Photo Miss Carlson is bride of Terry Quinn CLEAR LAKE—Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Carlson, Route 2, Clear Lake, announce the marriage of their daughter, Marion Kay, to Terry M. Quinn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maloy Quinn, Clay Center, Kan. The wedding took place Saturday. The bride is a graduate of Clear Lake High School and Mason City Junior College. She has been employed by the University of Iowa as a medical secretary. The bridegroom is a graduate of Kansas State University and is employed as a territory representative for the D-X Sunray Oil Co. The couple will make their home in Milwaukee. County Home residents to have movie party CLEAR LAKE—County Home residents will be treated to a free movie at the Lake Theater Thursday beginning at 1 p.m. Richard Cobler, theater mania ger, said the movie will be Elvis Presley in "Kissin' Cous- iins." The theater will not be open to the public. Transportation will be furnished by the Red .Cross Volunteers, headed by Mrs. r ohn' Barracks. About 60 iRuests will be taken on the afternoon party. Clear Lake calendar THURSDAY Confessions, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, 10-11:30 a.m. and 2-5 p. m.; high Mass at midnight. Rotary Club, Halford's Cafe, noon. Candlelight service, Evangelical Free Church, 7:30 p.m. Congo Club candlelight service, Zion Lutheran Church, 11 p.m. CLEAR LAKE—Dr. Joseph T. Hambley, 94, Ventura, died Tuesday morning at the home of his daughter, Eleanor West- :ott, where he had made his home since 1957. Graveside services will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at Gilmore City Cemetery with the Rev. Robert Goransson of the Sev- inth Day Adventist Church, Ma;on City, officiating. Memorial services will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Evangelical United Brethren Church, Ventura, with the Rev. G. Sparks officiating. The Ward Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Honorary pallbearers are L. Bless, Art Bless, Harry Frandson, the Rev. W. T. Wolfram, P. E. Christians and Orel Hoel. Mrs. Ronald Anderson will be the organist and Donald Juhl, soloist. Joseph Thomas Hambley was born July 14, 1870, in Gold Hill, C., the son of William and Eleanor (Opie) Hambley. He moved with his parents to New Jersey as a lad and at the age of 14 went to work as an apprentice to a dentist in Dover, N. J. O Little Town of Bethlehem How still we see thee lie, Above the deep and dreamless sleep The silent stars qo by. Yet in thy dark streets shineth The everlasting light The hopes and fears of all the years Are met in thee tonight! Clear Lake Bank and Trust Company Dr. Joseph Hambley, 94, dentist, dies at Ventura He attended and received his degree in dentistry from Temple University, Philadelphia, and then practiced in New York City, Chicago and Milwaukee. Sept. 18, 1895, he was married to Sue Geerlings at Milwaukee. In 1898 they moved to Gilmore City where he practiced tor 59 years, retiring in 1957, vyhen he moved to Ventura. Survivors include his daughter, Mrs. Westcott; two sons, William L. Hambley, Watsonville, Calif., and Robert T. Hambley, Castro Valley, Calif.; one sister, Catherine Gill, Succasunna, N. J., and four grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife in 1942 and by two brothers and three sisters. He was a member of Masonic Lodges of Gilmore City and Fort Dodge, the Za-Ga-Zig Shrine in Des Moines, Knights of Pythias Park Lodge of Milwaukee and :he Ventura Evangelical United Brethren Church. HOME FOR HOLIDAY—Airman 2 C. James Lugar arrived home Monday evening to spend Christmas week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.- Dorsie Lugar, Clear Lake. He is being transferred from Loring Air Force Base, Maine, to Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., for advanced training. He has three years of a four-year enlistment period. Slippery streets cause 2 wrecks CLEAR LAKE — Three cars received damages in two accidents, which police reported were caused by icy streets. A car driven by Henry Hollatz slid into a pole at 1405 N. Shore Dr. at 11:16 a.m. Tuesday. There was $450 damages to the front end of the car. A car driven by Roger L. Pringnitz, Garner, received $100 trunk and taillight damage at 12:15 a.m. Wednesday when it was struck from behind by a car driven by Victor W. Olsen, Forest City. Pringnitz was stopped for a stop sign on 2nd Place N. at N. Shore Dr. Police reported Olsen was unable to stop because of the ice. Olsen's car had $80 front end damage. CHRISTMAS SERVICES ALEXANDER — The Rev. Larry Arends, pastor of the Reformed Church here, has announced a Christmas Eve program at 7:30 p. m. There will be a Christmas worship service at 10 a. m. The Holy Sacrament will be celebrated at the regular church service hour Sunday, Dec. 27. ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Murray, Wheeling, W. Va., announce the engagement of their daughter, Col- .leen, to the Rev. Robert B. Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stuart, Short Hills, N.J. Mr. Stuart has spent his summers in Clear Lake.. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Stuart. A summer wedding is being planned. Ask people to save trees for Burning of the Greens CLEAR LAKE — All residents of Clear, Lake are being asked to save their Christmas trees for the traditional Burning of the Greens Sunday, Jan. 3, at 3:30 p.m. at Lions Field. The Girl Scout Cadettes will be !n charge of the ceremony. People wishing to discard :heir Christmas trees may take them to Lions Field. The gates of the field will be open the day after Christmas and remain open until the burning c e r e- mony. The Girl Scout Cadettes of Troop 453 are working on the Surning of the Greens project for the Active Citizenship Chal- .enge Award. Mrs. Don Ebaugh s troop leader and Mrs. Emil Herker is co-leader. • Each Brownie Scout, Junior irl Scout and Cadette troop will select a representative to M We Will Close At 5 O'clock Christmas Eve and All Day Christmas Highway 18 take part in the queen contest. Mayor B. C. Myhr will crown the queen. Bonnie .Larson will be master of ceremonies. The ceremony will include an explanation of the Twelfth Night and the meaning of the burning program. TAKE HOLIDAY TRIPS GREENE—Mrs. Gladys Ditchen and son, Kenny, are spending the holidays in Vancouver, Wash., and Salem, Ore. Mrs. Helen Schwartz has gone to Chicago to spend the holidays in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wulff, and daughter, Alice. Alma Ouverson will leave Thursday to visit her daughter, Margaret Los, and two children in Chicago until after New Year's Day. fi K K K K K K .«? « « R a I K K K £ K K K K K K K K K K K K fi K K K K K 9 K K K K K K K K K a K K K K K LAKE CREST CAFE Clear Lake Mfufc We wish you all the best of holiday cheer ... a Christmas bright with joy. Merry Christinas FROM THE JENSENS AND EMPLOYEES Phyllis, Jerry, Dorothy and DuWayne Jensen Super Market CLEAR LAKE

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