Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 23, 1964 · Page 5
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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 23, 1964
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IT'S A TREAT — Taking youngsters Shopping during the Christmas preparation period are Charles Beckman and Kermit Rice, two Clear Lake Junior Chamber of Commerce members. Beckman and Rice were among the Jaycees who took worthy children on a shopping tour. The Jaycees sold Christmas greenery and wreaths to sponsor the project. School is out for holiday; Teachers go on vacation CLEAR LAKE—Schools closed Tuesday for the holidays which means not only vacation for students but for the teachers as well. Many of them will be going to their home towns to visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Boeyink and two children will spend Christmas Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wooton, in Oskaloosa, and the weekend until Dec. 29 with his mother, Mrs. , Gary Boeyink, Sioux Center. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Brandt and children will leave Saturday to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brandt, Waverly. Mrs. Brandt's mother, Mrs. C. H. McDermott, Altoona, will arrive Wednesday to spend Christmas with her daughter and family, returning home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Smith and family will visit his mother, Mrs. R. I. Smith, Center Point, on Christmas Day. The weekend will be spent with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Erion, Fayette. Mr. and Mrs. John Gabrielson expect to spend the vacation In keeping with the true spirit of the Christmas season, may we wish you and your family a happy holiday, filled with the many joys this very special day brings. The Personnel of 0. T. HANSEN Co. CLEAR LAKE ime with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Benson, Dayton, and nis family, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. fabrielson, Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hudson and family will visit a few days at the' home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hudson, Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Hurst and son will spend 10 days with 'heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hurst and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wood, in Russell, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. David Long and two children will visit a few days with their parents in Belmond, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Long and Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. James Mowrey and two children expect to visit their parents in Sac City. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mays and two children will leave Thursday to stay until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and" Mrs Harry Ver 'Hoeven, Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potts are spending their vacation ;n Chicago with relatives and friends and en route home wil! visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson, Burlington, and Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Potts, near Moravia. | Mr. and Mrs. Keith Reason and daughter will visit their, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Clouse, Diagonal, and Mr. and| Mrs. Cecil Reason, Lenox. Mr. and Mrs. William Truesdell will spent Christmas eve in Algona with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.' Herb Leighter, and Mr. Truesdell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Truesdell, who live in Rembrandt. Christmas day they will visit her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Swanson, Wall ake. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gearhart, Eagle Grove, also will be present. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Johnston and three daughters will visit a few days in Knoxville with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Johnston, and with friends in Reinbeck. Supt. E. 0. Berge and family will spend Christmas Day with lis mother, Mrs. Mollie Berge Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Holstad anc two children will go to his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Holstad tforthwood, for Christmas anc later will visit Mrs. Holstad's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Free Rabe, Audubon. DECISION REVERSED IOWA FALLS—The city coim cil has reversed its decision no to ask for bids on gasoline foi use in city-owned vehicles fo 1965. Members of the council had decided to purchase gasolin from the stations which woulc sell two cents below the postec price. VISIT IN TEXAS ALEXANDER—Mr. and Mrs Ted Vierkant have left for a visit with her brother and sis ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Her bert Oleson at San Antonio, Tex Merry Christmas FROM ALL OF US Crystal Christopherson Kenny Moeiler Merlin Lueck Eugene Waiies Steve Oredsen Dorothy Atkinson Karen Simmers Ed Kotz Kirk Nelson Dave Klang Bruce Evenrud Bill Eckard Ronald Reimers TOM KIR KEY, MGR. OUR AD AND CIRCULAR PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH DECEMBER 24 RED OWL HIGHWAY 18 CLEAR LAKE Greetings FROM OUR STAFF . . . and thanks for your fine patronage. It has been a pleasure to serve you. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year NESBIT BEAUTY SERVICE At Nesbit Court North Shore—Clear Lake Contract bridge By B. JAY BECKER Top Mcwrf>1wU«r in mottart' individual championship play Glob*Gu«tt*>, Mason CHy, U. D«c. 23, 1H4 "WANCY PLAY South dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH + Q85 + AQ7643 WEST EAST 4J9764 410832 finesse again. West had by now played the eight and nine. It seemed to South that if + K102 SOUTH + K107 +98 4JVA932 + J5 The bidding: South \v««t North 1* Pass 2 «fc 2NT Pass 3NT Opening lead— six of spades. Some of the great plays you hear about are so far removed rom what is generally considered normal that they are re- East Pass erred to as fancy plays. How »ver, when you examine these plays closely, you usually find hat they are entirely logical and that the chief reason they are so designated is that they are unusual. Today's deal features a play which many would class as :ancy. We don't know whether ;he designation is correct, but we do know that the play was correct. South won the spade lead with the king and had no choice jut to attack clubs. He led the tack and played low from dummy, East permitting the jack to win. Declarer led another club and then had to decide, when West played the nine, whether to West had" had either the K-9-8 or K-10-9-8, he would have covered the jack on the preceding irick. Declarer therefore decided to credit East with the king and accordingly went up with the ace. He then continued his good work by playing another club from dummy and discarding the ace of spades when East took the club with the king. This extraordinary play guaranteed the contract beyond the shadow 'of a doubt. East, on lead, was bound to provide dummy w}tn an entry to cash the clubs;.regardless .of which suit' he returned or how the cards were divided. ; Whether East led back a I spade, a heart or a diamond, dummy was sure to obtain an 1 entry in the suit that East) elected to return. Note that with any .discard except the ace of spades, South would have gone down at least one. Of course, South's play was highly unusual. And possibly it was the also fancy, play was, But its whatever greatest recommendation was that it was sure to do the job. OLD MILWAUKEE America's Light Beer NIGHT OF CAKES | In Ireland, Christmas eve I often is called the Night of 'akes. This name is based on an ancient custom, still prac- iced, of baking special Christmas Cakes spiced with caraway seeds for eating on the night before Christmas. PATTERSON JEWELRY Diamond Experts SINCE 1886 Certified Gemologists CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ritter of the Lake Rest Home wish to express their thanks to all who helped in making the past year a more enjoyable one for our people by the many acts of kindness and the time spent in our home. We wish each of you a Merry. Christmas and a Happy New Year. "For somehow, not only at Christmas But all the long year through The joy that you give to others, Is the joy that comes back to you." Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ritter. Lake Rest Home < May the Holy Family bless you at this time. 'Clear Lake Monument Co. ROBERT GLANVILLE Dial FL 7-2193 Clear Lake, Iowa Public AUCTION °m m j I"!!/' ^J 7 , h " d , 1 "" 1 I0me '" der plfts - " h "P >nd machinery nlll be held at the farm located from Kanawha: :i miles west and 2'/j «oulh; from Clarion: ft miles norlh. 6 weit and 2!i north on Monday, December 28 Sale to Start at 1 P.M. Lunch on the grounds. Clear Lake Federal Sayings & Loan L. E. Ashland, Pres. H. H. Crane, Vice Pret. 32 HEAD OF PUREBRED AND HIGH GRADE HOLSTEIN CATTLE I 0 jr. old registered cow, frejh «lnce Aujrusl, bred back, thli has teen « frand champion cow; 1 5 yr. old purebred cnw to freshen In February; 1 X jr. old purebred cow fresh ilncr September, bred backi It registered yearling heifers; 1 res;l*tered heifer ^ months old) H hlirh trad* cows eon.sisllnc of: 1 7 jr. old cow fresh since August and bred back, 2 « yr. old fowl, one milking;, one to freshen In spring, 1 5 yr old cow jail fresh, 2 I jr. old cow«, on« to freshen In January, one dry, 1 3 jr. old cow freih since September, 1 cow with Charolali c»lfi » 2 yr. old heifers Just bred; 1 n month old heifer, open; 1 yearllnx IF ,™°'£" v h ^! fer> op ' nl ' r*«"n* Brown Swiss heifer; 5 small ealves; Z 400 lb. boll calves; 2 400 Ib. heifer calves. NOTE: Will have health papers on all entile day of sale, al )n rertsfra- llon papers and previous bulterfat records. DAIRY EQUIPMENT 1 Surre pump, 2 seamless huckels and pipeline for ]« cows; Zero 12 can electric cooler with side doors; Int. IS separator, self washer. 130 HEAD OF FEEDER PIGS M head Farmers Hybrid welfhinr about no Ibs.; 41 head Farmers Hybrid welfhlnt: aboot 40 Ibs.) 18 head Farmers Hybrid, smaller plft. 55 HEAD OF SHEEP 55 Suffolk ewes 2 to » jr,. old bred In a Suffolk buck and will start [»robin»- the first of February. MACHINERY M It M 2 r«w pull type picker, rear elevator; Int. 4-11 pull plow wllh gaper Chief throw-away Uysi Graln-O-Vator M bushel slje; Caswell leader to Je*n Deere At Oaf flat rack wllh robber tired rnnnlnr rear Tier* will b« no small hay raek llemi *o we will berln aelllnt the above machinery at one o'clock. HAY 19« kales 2nd culling alfalfa and brome frass, erltaped and In barn. TERMS: CASH, ao properly to b« removed Hill ictlled for. Not responsible In ease of accidents. HERMAN EEKHOFF, Owner • AUCTIONKKKS: "Cnnnle" Smith and Rlevn flrrruMHd, Helmtmi • n.KRK: Renwlck Savlnfi Bank. CLEAR L A K £ PAVE THE WAY FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS 1965 it You can have a paid up shopping spree for Christmas 1965 if you start saving now. It's easy . . . just join our Christmas Savings Club today! May we extend our warmest HOLIDAY GREETINGS and wish you and yours a joyous and memorable Christmas. Community NATIONAL OF CLEAR LAKE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Open 9:00 A.M. to .1:00 P.M. Monday— Friday »:00 A.M. l» Noon «nd 8:00 la 8:00 P.M. Rat. BANK LOAN ON THE PARK SQUARE — CLEAR LAKE The GLOBE-GAZETTE Has An Ideal CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTION FOR YOU ARRANGE FOR A GIFT CERTIFICATE THROUGH THE GLOBE-GAZETTE THE WORLD !N 1964 Globe-Gaxerte, P.O. Box 271, Mojon City, Iowa Enclosed is $ Please send a copy of THE WORLD in 1964 as a gift to: NAME ADDRESS CITY AND STATE (Write la Your Name as Donor of Gift Below) DONOR: (Reserved books will b« milled In February)

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