Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 24, 1964 · Page 6
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Dtc. J4, 1H4 Glob«.GmHt, M«ton Cffy, ft. t •.. r • t t Little girl goes shopping How to spend $50 ARTIES and family gatherings are part-and-par- eel of the festive Christmas season. When things slacken a bit. and a lively spark is needed, why not turn to a lyrical quiz in keeping with the holidays? Warren Clark, formerly of the First National Bank here and now vice president of the Boone Stale Bank at Boone said it was a big hit at their office Christmas parly. There's not much to it really _ list of clues of carols and songs with you supplying the (hopefully) correct tJllcs. Give it a whirl. You can substitute any clues of your own when you spring it on your friends and relatives. Here are some samples: 1. Have concern about their sliccp. ("While Shepherds Watch Their Flocks") 2. Hopes to save on dentist bill. ("All I Want for Christmas is my Two Front Tooth") .'i. A noisy arrival being hoard. ("Up on the Mouse Top") 4. Has need for cosmetics. ("Rudolph, The Red Nose fleindccr") r>. No noise, traffic or wind after dark. ("Silent Night") 6. Listening to a celestial vocal concert. ("Hark! Th« Herald Angels Sing") 7. A Small Holy City. ("O Little Town of Bethlehem") 8. Winter's natural phenomenon. ("Winter Wonderland") fl. Of interest to interior decora tors. ("Deck the Halls") H). A means of transportation. ("Sleigh Ride") 11. A United Nation's wish. (".Joy to the World") 12. Bright moonlight at 12:01 a.m. ("It came Upon The Midnight Clear") i:i. The beginning of all Chrislmascs. ("T 1) c F i r s t Noel") H. A white statup. ("Frosty, The Snowman") 15. No room at the inn. ("Away In.The Manger") If!. Sacred part of 2<1 hours. ("O Holy Night") 17. A religious call at Christmas. ("O Come All Ye Faith- fid") * On Chrlll- IT1C71 rooming when I awaV R, and lifrp - dull from my lyej I ihake, t lee a tiglir thai molc«i me itorl ond cauies Ihumptnf} in my heoH! A Chriilmat fi««- oh, picity jighi -. w j ( |, can- dlei, belli nnd balli alight. With horni ond dolll and lugor plum), and ikotei ond Iroim ona* healing drumi. And oh, i I it a won- der-lree, with rieopi of Irimgi for mfiloie.l Rore gilli hang upon tiio tide, which lini.Ud lairioj cannot hide . a loldiei-doll, o doll houtc, loo, ond llringj of gold come fo my viow and at I loot L leern to hear twe«l ll'Ulic loll and clear, A Merry CHriifmat if 18. A welcomed g u e s t. ("Here Comes Santa CJaus") 1!). Beautiful bells, ("Silver Bells") 20. Child discovers big love friangle. {"I Saw Momtnie Kissing Santa Claus") 21. The three musketeers ("We Three Kings") 22. Expected arrival of a celebrity. ("Santa Clans Is Coming To Town") 23. Horse jewelry. ("Jingle Bells") 24. The weatherman said: ("Let It Snow! Lei II Snow! Let It Snow!") 25. Students saying to their parents. ("I'll He Home for Christmas") 2(i. Coin m n s of men. ("Parndo of Dm Wooden Soldiers") Give a liille girl $50 to spend on toys and the results can prove interesting, this is what happened Wednesday in the case of Cheryl Fritz. The five- year-old girl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Fritz, 81 Lakeview Dr., was one of three children in the city to win $60 worth of play things. The Chamber of Commerce gave her the amount for being one of the winners in a Christmas tree decorating contest. Her winning entry was a tree made of various pieces of cloth. She went on her spending spree in Mason City stores, with Globe - Gazette photographer Jo Moore Stewart watching. WINNING ENTRY Our PI.;A<: [[raven. pnivrr— 1'Xher. up In .. hr-«r IhU Christina* Mny llir pruiiln of nil . lie milled In Hi; cure. I'or nrlh'ji pence mill linn nun rome niily hy thy xrnnr, Am) mil Ilirtnif!, hiirnhn nr nilxlln • nil ciiir qiirnl for mitrr I-'nr iinlll nil mm rccngnltii Hint "(he hnUIn !• Hie l.ord'n," Anil prnrr mi rarlli cannot l>e ivnn hy »!ri>tr<ry »n<l iirririli. Wn will (ii nu vnlnly «« wci Jmvn In n(n» pa»(, Flnillnr only rniply vlrlurirs. mill » pr»r?B Hint rnnriot la«l. Hill we'vn iriiwn »n rich niul mlrlily. mill «n nrroiiiiitly utrniiK, Wn tin Innitir auk In Immlilriici* "(Inil, show m where wo »re wrnnf." Wfl have cnmit to Irnnt nunplclrly In llm i)»wrr »f mnn-miiilii Viimliiilfiil nf (lod'n ml«hly ntiwrr mid th»l J|D In Klnr til Klujn. A GIFT FOR BROTHER—Cheryl did some giving as well aa receiving on her shopping spree. Here she asks her brother, Charles, 9, how he would like a new basketball. She finally decided to give him a leerri to merry, lioppy, holy day I lay, Minify, pnurnr null plfmurfJi »r«i (he xmli wn «<-rvr to<l«y, Anil IJie roi.U c»rl)i «nd f» V f in In IH!»{it!fiilly rnjny, Thrnuih ireril, fnur unit Imtrfirl w<! »rn Hnf-blliK In llcnlrny. Oh. Kulfirr, up In llfnvrn. Ktlr anil w«kf nil, uleephiK ., ntlii-w our f.ilth alirl lift tin up • nil xlve IK lilghrr Ai»l frmit in llcnvmly (iildjiiirii »» C'hrlKtinun ruiiifit l-'iir. liilirn thntl |llhlr<l *ll tin ivurlil iifPilii In Kiililril mrin. Mrn. Wnllrr LnVllln l.V.'H N. l'riiniiylv«iilft ItOAK TO IIHTIII Tilt ri'ftl In llrthlrlifm l» nrjTr fur. when II In llflilril hy III* nnlnl tlnr . , . II in HIT hit tlnivii » rnlil AIU| ftluhhy ftlrfrl >ir nilrrnmil In thn • i ilmnieri jnrrl . II miy hi- Jml Hip familiar iv«y nf frlnnilljr folk »f hy every ilay ... rrrlmpi. within Ihr fiii<n nf mirrnlT'ii t-hllil iir lirnkrii-tifnrtrcl hupp rr.prtilniirn miilln) . . . Tlin t«»il (n llclhlrhrm Ix iifvrr fAr. whrn >r«r<!h for 11 Iir fruin whnre ivrt nrr! Cj»riil K I IK '.'tut Si: CHRISTMAS LEAVE-Air- m;ui n.C. Leslie (Bill) Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. IMcrson, 1120 E. State, is spc/idi.iR 1 the Christmas holidays with his parents. He is stationed in Tlnilc, Greenland, with (he Military Air Transport Service, lie is an aircraft instrument repairman. Salvation Army Christmas fund rises to $5,227 The Salvation Army Christ mas appeal fund total rose to $5,227.4!) Thursday as its fina day of .street-corner, collections was ending. The fund on Wednesday had passed its $5,000 goal for Christ mas charily under way in Ma son City and Ccrro Gordo Coun ty. Some holiday help normally extends as far as New Year's Day. Although kettles were going off the streets Thursday afternoon, those wishing to share in paying for the Salvation Army holiday aid to the unfortunate could still mail contributions to the Salvation Army, Box 289, Mason City. Anna Nelson funeral set for Saturday The funeral for Anna M. Nelson, 77, widow oC Fred A. Nelson, will be at 2 p.m. Sntiirdny nt the Patterson-James Chnpei. The Rev. I.avern K. Hanson, pnslor of Trinily Lutheran Church, will officiate. Mrs. Nelson, a retired em- ploye of Jncol> K. Decker and Sons, died Wednesday at nor home, HU-t S. ('resident. She was born Dec. S, 1887, at Uoncycrcck, Wis., daughter of Carl and Catherine (Michael) Slrceck. She had lived in Ma- .son City .Vl years. She was married to Fred A. Nrlson in September 1011 in Ma.son City. Airs. Nelson was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church and United Packinghouse Workers Local i!8. Survivinj; arc a daughter, Tliclma L. Hadcliff, Mason City, with whom she made her home; two sisters, Ida Fcnskc, Hara- boo, Wis., and Hilda Doolan, Mason City; a granddaughter, Mrs. Harley (Catricia) SturRcs, Rockwell, and two great grandsons. She was preceded in death by her husband in 11)47 and by a brother and a grandson. Pallbearers selected are Dick D, Fo.v, Hartley Doolan, George W. Hadcliff ami Lawrence L, Barlow. Mrs. Earl Killers will >e organist. Mrs. Ko.\ and Mrs. Barlow will be in charge of lowers. Burial will lie in Elmwood Cemetery. Visitation at the Pat- '.erson-Jnmcs Chapel will be un- il (he time of services. PRE-SHOPl'ING FUN Cheryl takes a spin with downpayment on some hockey equipment. However, ike many women she passed by amount of her budget and father had to put up part of the pay- To nominate outstanding young man The Junior Chamber of Commerce has started taking nominations for its Distinguished Service Award which will be presented to Mason City's outstanding young man. Announcement of the winner will be made at the Jaycee's annual Bosses Night Banquet. Nominees must be between 21 and 36 and a resident of Mason City. Nominations can be made by SMALL PURCHASE Cheryl had little concept of how many vs BIGGEST ITEM — The largest, and most expensive item, picked out by Cheryl was a bicycle, bhe found the 26 inch bike, which she is trying out here, a little too biff for her. She had to settle for a mch. She selected a pink and white one costing N. J. Rothamel funeral is set for Saturday Requiem high Mass will be celebrated for Nicholas J. Roth- amcl, 83, at 10 a.m. Saturday at Holy Family Catholic Church. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. J. Breen will be celebrant. Mr. Rothamel, a retired em- ploye of Jacob E. Decker and Sons, died Wednesday in a Mason City hospital. The parish Ro*ary will be re- 130 seniors at afternoon activity One hundred thirty senior cit- zens turned out in Wednesday's easonably pleasant weather for in afternoon of cards and clanc- SIZES UP CHAIR — Cheryl places a doll in a miniature high chair to m«k« cei^i^it_ia_the_right size. This took another $5 out of her budget! ing at the Moose Lodge Home. Music was provided by the Clark Orchestra, and S. A. Bcmis was square dance caller. Mrs. Ceorgc Kahlcr was general chairman. Noll Hanson had charge of lunch. Hazel Gaies and Mnrjoric Glnnvillc poured. Paul King took regis- tration. The attendance award went to Lottie Crowlcy. Six to eot Yule dinner in jail Sheriff Jerry Allen will have only six "guests" for dinner at tho Cerro Gordo County jail Christmas Day. The prisoners — the smallest number in jail over the holiday in recent years — will have a ham dinner complete! wittj nil the trimmings. cited at 8 p.m. Friday at the Hogan-McKee Colonial Chapel. Visitation at the chapel will be after 1 p.m. Friday. Pallbearers selected are Kenny Moss, Donald Julsen Michael Rothamel, Robert Sallce, Joe Van Hooser and Larry Rothamel. Burial will be in the St. Joseph section of Elm wood I Cemetery. Good Assortment of RELIGIOUS PICTURES «t Greatly Reduced Prices! BOOMHOWER'S 113 N. Fed. 473-2752 Now Open JIM DANDY 25c Coin Operated CAR WASH 6th and South President OPEN 24 Hours • Day Read Want Ads for Prof it 1-423-4270 NOTICE: We Will Be CLOSED CHRISTMAS SPECIAL —SAT. and SUN. ., Eggs Doz. 29c-Bacon Lb. 25c WEST VUE MARKET Highwoy 18 I Mil* W«t At City Limit* anyone in the community and forms are available by calling John Pieseler, 424-4715. The deadline is Jan. 6. Final selection will be mada by a panel of five judges composed of past award winners. ON DEAN'S LIST ST. A N S G A R — Theodore Lewis Wuerffel, son of the Rev. Car{ and Mrs. Wuerffel, St. Ansgar, has been placed on the Dean's Honor List.for the fall term at Concordia Senior College, Fort Wayne, Ind. Wuerffel is a graduate of Concordia College, St. Paul, and plans to enroll at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Mo. He is in the pre- theological program at Concordia Senior College. JUST ARRIVED AT THE ODD LOT SHOE STORE n SHOES WITH the "LOOK" MEN LIKE! J Men! ^e Have Just Received A Huge Shipment Of ALLEN-EDMONDS And JARMAN SHOES Just In Time For New Year Parties And A Wonderful Way TO SPEND YOUR CHRISTMAS CHECK COLLEGE FELLOWS! Just Received A Large Shipment CORDOVANS In Black And Burgundy All Sizes See Them - You'll Buy Them! DID YOU KNOW WE CARRY Big Men! 426 Pairs of Shoes in stock Sizes 13-14-15 LARGEST SELECTION OF LARGE SIZES IN THE STATE OF IOWA * * & •£• Come in Today, We Probably Have Your Size ... Sizes 5 to 15 — AAA to EEE Odd Lot Shoe Co. 121 SOUTH FEDERAL TWO FULL FLOORS OF SHOES Th« Only Shot Star* of Its Kind In th* Mldwtst

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