Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 24, 1964 · Page 20
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 24, 1964
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2O DM. 24, mi Gfebc-Gazcttt, Mason City, It. —AI' I'holofnx FRESH FISH — This youngster in Fox Lake, ID., is coached by Allen Casey, resort operator, in art nf snaring trout on hook baited with cheese. Casey has holes cut in the dining room floor to allow lines from tflass poles he furnishes to dip into 10-foot tanks resting in the basement. He puts 100 rainbow trout in the tanks weekly. Big ones are served with all the comforts of indoor fishing because Casey cooks them at, a cost i'oe. Wilburn Hollis signs Canadian football contract EDMONTON (AP) — Wilburn Hollis, 24-year-old halfback with Charleston Rockets of the United Football League, was signed Wednesday by the Edmonton Eskimos. The Western Conference club said tho Eskimos bought the halfback's contract for $7,000 to $10,000. Born in Pontotoc County, Miss., Holiis attended Iowa until 1962 and In 1963 was on the roster of the New York Giants of the National League. TOP STEALER Ted Savage, former Phil outfielder witH the Pirates' Columbus, Ohio, team last season, stole 26 bases to top the International League. He batted only .229. OLYMPICS IN. U.S. The Olympic games have been held twice in the United States, in St. Louis in 1904 and in Los Angeles in 1932. on ,. f INSIDE OUTDOORS the Approval was announced officially. Tin; world's record wook for an $85,000 Fnrmcr.s elk " oa(l was ordered in the lOlil Home Admini.slralion loan develop a reerealion area near Steamboat Hock. This reportedly is the first loan in lawn /or purposes of this nature, although loans from KM A In associations for developing j^olf courses have become ((iiile common in rural communities. Tho loan i.s being obtained by the Iowa Kiver Conscrvntion and Improvement Club, an or- cani/.alion of 350 rural families living in and near Steamboat Rock. H will finance the purchase of :136 acres previously in crop land and pasture. Th» funds will go toward construction of a $25,000 lodge, a ski lift, a lake with n bench, and a camping and cabin area. In addition to the loan, members plan to contribute cash and labor and will pay annual dues and fees In support the facilities. Non-members are expected to be able to use Ihe fa cilities on n fee basis. The site will be nlontf the exhibition hut was shot in The record white-tailed deer ffifk was laken in 1!)I8 bill was not scorqd until l!). r >!). Right now, new world's record may he from someone's attic wall. FILET MIGNON 1150 Potatoes Salad Coffee Hot Loaf of Bread — or the — TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT —Every Evening— Neil To Younkcri At your theaters (Timeti furnlched by :ECIL— "Big Parade of Cem- •<fy" closes Thursday. Starting Friday, Walt Disney's "Emit and th« D«ttc»ives," starring Walter Slezak and Bryan Russell, 1:15, 3:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15. PALACE— "Th« Disorderly Orderly," starring Jerry Lewis, 1:30, 3:30, 5:25, 7:25, 9:25. LAKE— "Kitting Couifn*," starring Elvis Presley, 8 p. m. Friday, Saturday, 7:15, 9:25. Matinee, Friday, Saturday, 1:30. STRAND-Starting Friday, "Rio Bravo," starring John Wayne and Dean Martin, 2, 5:20, 8:40; "Mr. Muggt Steps Out," with the Bowery Boys, 1, 4:20, 7:40. CELLULOID Celluloid was once known as xylonite. Cross county, football letters to 82 Cyclones -AMES—A total of 82 Cyclones earned football and cross cpun- ry awards according to the JUt pproyed by the Iowa State thletic council. On the varsity level there were 32 major letters in footbaiii and six In cross country. A total of 40 freshmen griddertl! earned numerals with four gaining the same honor in croisll country. included among the nine seniors earning letters were a pair of all-Americans: Tom Vaughn,)) fullback, and John Van Sicklen, tackle. Try A Wont Ad — 423-4270 River, near Pine Lfikc Park. The project is ex- Iowa State pncLod to help alleviate crowded conditions in Ihn sin to pnrk. *•)(•* K very big g a in c .hunter dreams n[ hanging u)> a trophy that makes tho record book. And thill brings up thn fiijr.-i- tion of what record hook? How is a trophy scored, judged and rocogni/.cci? T h c official bookkeeper of North American big game records is the Boone and Crockett Club, which was organized in 1887 by Teddy Iloo.sevelt for the purposes of promoting .sportsmanship nrnl consorving big Many game records are quite recent, however. The record Wyoming moose was taken in MM2. Four of the top 10 oik verc shot in the IflSOs as were ix of the top in white-tailed icrr trophies and the record polar bear and grizzly. -K -X- -X- There are several possible •casons for bad taste in a fish Mil Ihn main source can be raced to the skin. Tho best remedy is filleting and for such fish as bass, walleye and pike, this should he the •egular procedure. One simple operation results in skinless, cleaned meal ready for the pan. To fillet, make a cut down the backbone toward the tail, then cut forward along the underside up to the gills, keeping the blade close to the ribs. 1,1ft this By n & C standards, Hie trophy status of a big gnmc animal is related to "hcad"nnd mil to the general weight of tho atii mal or its size. There are err lain regional records Hint re late to the weight of n bear or elk or to Ilio total length of a mimnlain lion, but to rank it official national trophy lists, nn elk must score a minimun number of points based on the sum of certain an Her require merits, and a bear or lion is scored by .skull measurements There i.s a drying-out pcrioc which the animal must gi through before it can be meas ured and the score computed This requires a waiting pcrioi of 60 days. A big game exhibition is heli every two years by the Boonc and Crockett Club in New York and award winners gather thrr for official recognition. At each judging, officials hope for a new world record and now nm! then got one. Sometimes the record is an ancient trophy that no one. bothered to record slab off and tackle the othe side in like manner. To separate the skin, simpl> slide (lie knife between skin am ni>a I CLUB TROIKA Now Serving Your "Favorite Cocktail" Monday Through Saturday 4:00 to 10:00 P. M. Filet Mignon ....... $1.50 Friday— 4:00 to 10:00 P. M. Fried Shrimp ....... $1.10 Walleyed Pike ..... $1.10 French Fries, Salad, Coffee Kitchen Open 'Til 2:00 A. M. LEPRECHAUNS: See You at the Blarney Stone Tavern NOON BUFFET 11:30-2:30 • Dancing • Cocktails • No Covtr Charge 11 - 2nd SE. GA 3-9737 FRONTIER Ballroom 725 Nertfi Kentucky Saturday, Dec. 26 Music By THE BLUE BANNERS FRONTIER CLUB 725 North Kentucky DINE and DANCE EVERY EVENING DINNER SPECIALS 5:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. Every Evening CHICKEN or FISH FILBT ti cn STEAKS PLOU nu HOLIDAY GREETINGS Greetings and thanks to everyone, we've had the pleasure of serving. Happy New Year! W» Will Be Closed Friday and Saturday, Dae. 25 - 26 BLACK & WHITE CAFE 1327 North Fadaral If Traveling, Please Drive Carefully — We Can't Afford To Lose You I The CASTAWAYS 105 S. Delaware Phone 423-9754 . . . Will Be Featuring . . . Saturday Eve. The Fabulous "KLOSEKS" We Will Be CLOSED CHRISTMAS EVE. and CHRISTMAS DAY We Wish All Our Friends A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS! D&R Tap Schmidt On Top Air-Conditioned I Open 10 A.M. Til! 1 A.M. 3 Miles N. Hwy. 65 Next to Wheel Inn Mason City Only A Stranger Onco SPECIAL CHRISTMAS FUN — LAKE ONLY THURS. - FRI. -SAT. ELVIS PRESLEY IN "KISSIN' COUSINS" • IN coi-on « Mallncr Xm*« I>»r >nd Hal. Hhntri 1 old » UNDER 12 — 35c CHRISTMAS DAY ENDS SUNDAY JOHN WAYNE! DEAN MARTIN! ANGIE DICKINSON! | IN COLOR ,«•!»» RIO BRAVO TECHNICOLOR* From WARNER BROS. ALSO — Bowery Boys "MR. MUGGS STEPS OUT" Continuous Shows 1:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. Teenagers "Join The Hollywood Fad" Sock Dance -NO SHOES- To Be Held On The Bowling Approaches! Monday Afternoon Dec. 28th-12:30 to 4:30 Dance To The Fabulous BERVETE'S Featuring . . . CAROL HAAS Admission: $1.00 Each. RECREATION CENTER MASON CITY, IOWA Highway 65 South 423-8083 Cooper w . ISTM « DOUGLAft. ^^ i Omaha = SCHEDULE A PRICIS M«TINUS-2p.m.t Wtd. I Sol. > 1.40 - Sun. 1 Holidoy 1J 1 .11 IVININGS-lp.m. Sim. Ihru Ihufi. IMS-Prl. I Sol. JJ.SO MAT1NKKS DAILY fnnn rillllSTMAS Him NK\V YKAIIS Mall onlrrn tlllrd prnmpt- l)f. Write (llrrrlly In tho thralrt iprrlfjlnj- number nf llckrln, d»lr anil time nf iirrfnrinnnri.. Knclnxr *rlf-Rclilrr**r<! Mumped rn- vrlnpr. SURF BALLROOM Clear Lake, la. — Phone FL 7-2419 CHRISTMAS NIGHT LEO GRECO & PIONEERS SATURDAY, DEC. 26TH — 8 TO 12 Collegiate Night — Two Bands Denny & Dynamics & The Ravons Roy Haven Your Emcee— 75c Before 9 — $1 After 9 WEDNESDAY, DEC. 30TH — 8:30 TO 12:30 Collegiate New Years Party Hats - Horns - Nolsemaken - Balloons THE CASUALS Roy Haven Emcee — Adm. $1.21 Plus Tax - Total $1.25 NEW YEARS EVE Hats - Horns - Balloons • Noise Makers Advanced Adms. $1.50 Per Person Day & Night Of The Dance $2.00 Each All Admissions Include Booths. & Checking Selling To Seating Capacity Only. ALLEN WELCH & ORCH. NEW YEARS NIGHT FREE HOT DOGS & COFFEE Andy Doll & His Fine Band Saturday, Jan. 2nd — 8 to 12 Our First English Talent CHAD & JEREMY STUART CLYDE Bobby Goldsboro — Ronnie Cockrane Jimmy Ford & The Executives Roy Haven Your Emcee — Adm. $1.87 plus tax total $2.00 Reservations Now For New Year's Eve! Thursday, Dec. 31 Frontier Ballroom Music By MAPLE LEAF COWBOYS Hats, Horns, Confetti Ballroom Adm. $1.50 No Cover Charge At The Frontier Club On New Year'i Eve WED. and THUR. Dec. 30 and 31 Matinee Only! GEE WHIZ/ HERE'S A GRAND TREAT FOR EVERY ONE...LOADED WITH ACTION AND BURSTING WITH EXCITEMENT! . FILET MIGNON '. $1-50 ROAST CHICKEN, Dressing $1.50 BAKED HAM, Fruit Sauce $1.50 ROAST LOIN of PORK, Dressing $1.50 FILET of HADDOCK, Lemon . . $1.40 — — — — Included In Above Price — • Choice of: • POTATOES — Sweet, Whipped or French Fries • Lettuce and Tomato Salad — Choice of Dressing • or Fruit Salad - Plus — HOT LOAF of BREAD (Slice It Yourself) Town House RFSTAURANT Across From The Palace Theater Free Parking In Alley in EASTMAN COLORSCOPE Read Want Ads for Prof it 1-423-4270 Christmas Eve DANCE To The Fabulous Convertibles 55O SPECIAL 5 to 8 P. M. SATURDAY EVENING All This For Only You Can Enjoy 2 DINNERS 4 HIGHBALLS 2 AFTER DINNER DRINKS $ 5.50 Choice of 2 FILET MIGNON (Greek Style) CHICKEN PILAF SHRIMP CREOLE Served With Baked Potato or French Fries, Chef* Salad, Choice of Dressing, Loaf of Hot Bread, Butter, Coffee v PRIVATE DINING • • DANCING Q0c£fai& 06 y&t-J&Jte tfa»i, HY 18 EA^TOzf CLEAR LAKE Ends Thurs. - "BIG PARADE^OF COMEDY" ~ 50 Big Stars -STARTS- Under The Red Llama Christmas Tree A buyer for George Nonos's OVER THE TOP A starring role in the movie FRIENDLY PERSUASION for Tony Skarlis Two volumes of THE HISTORY OF MONASTICISM for Petor John An RCA recording of I'LL NEVER SMILE AGAIN for Wesley Simmons Four quarts of eyeball polish for HOB Mason A serialized Subscription of THE MYSTERY OF JOHN ZANIOS for John Zanios 17 back issues of GOOD HOUSEKEEPING for Ralph Vega A pair of elevator shoes for J. R. Montorose One copy of SEVEN STEPS TO A CONTROLLED TEMPER for Ray Quintcro An edited version of THE SECRET MEANING OF JACK CHRISTENSEN for Mrs. Jack Christenscn A PHD thesis TEN YEARS BEFORE THE TAP for Poncho Diaz Two tickets to the Broadway musical, HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESSS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING for Tom MacNidcr A monograph, THE ABC's OF MOTOR BOATING for Pete Conroy A secret report for the FBI entitled, ROMEO CALICCHIA — DOES HE EXIST Jerry Is Here Now! For Your Merriest Christinas Holiday! The Way You Like Him Best! Big Screen Movie Fun! FRIDAY Open 12:30 laugh it up in l§ KIDS UNDER (12) ONLY 3Sc 16 South Doloworc here comes helpful JERRY Low asThe . / ••/ 'i on i wild wilt pjlh it hi god Irorn b«d to num. ORffiP Now! Over The Weekend" Added Fun— Color Cartoon Travel talk It's the Kids against the SkrinkS; in the Zaniest Crime Comedy of the year! WALTER SIEZAK RUSSEIL. ROGER MOBU3Y- CiNCVGASSEO- PLUS-COLOR CARTOON LooKtothtram* WALT DISNEY for the finest in family entertainment!] A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO EVERYONE RM Your Attic of "White Elephants" U« Gk>b«-G«ene Want Adi! _ 423-4270 I

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