Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 24, 1964 · Page 35
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A WARM WELCOME — Four "large etectric candles lining the sidewalk give a cheery greeting to SJfvov I8fl? e i h f 01 ? 6 0f xT Mr A, and Mrs " Dalton Rode - meyer,1809 1st Ave. N., Clear Lake. A Christmas tree with lights, greenery in the wrought iron trellis and strings of lights around the roof edge complete the illumination of the home. The Rodemeyers are new in Clear Lake, moving here from Hampton in November. Former Lake woman has hobby of six languages CLEAR LAKE — Learning languages by records and encouraging her grandchildren to do the same thing is the hobby of Mrs. Fred Potgieter, Rockford, 111., a former Clear Lake resident. Mrs. Potgieter, the former Viola Kabrick, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kabrick, was featured in a news story in the Rockford Morning Sun and Register-Republic. She had sent a clipping of the story to an aunt, Tina Taylor. Mrs. Potgieter became interested in languages as a child in Clear Lake when a cousin, Mabel Myers, who assisted at the library, started her and her brothers and sisters on Latin, French and German. Marie Garber, 72, dies at Cresco; Rites Saturday CRESCO—Mrs. Marie Garber, 72, died at her home here Thursday morning. Funeral services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Orleans Lutheran Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery with Bradley Funeral Home in charge. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Arnold Schmauss, Cresco; two sons, Elmer, Cresco; Elvin, Mason City; six- grandchildren, a brother, Leon Benson, Cresco; two' sisters, Mrs. Art Gunhus, Mrs. Rudolph Hovey, both of Cresco. Read Want Ads for Prof it 1-423-4270 Mrs. Potgieter has a library of records, textbooks and dictionaries of the six languages with which.she is familiar, including Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. She has purchased learn-a-language r e c ords in French for her granddaughter, Merry Beth Seaton, 8, eldest of the five children of her daughter, Mrs. Clarence (Merruth Potgieter) Seaton, Monroe, Wis. Her fluency in languages is especially helpful when she and her husband, a consulting engineer, travel in Europe, where he goes on assignments. Mrs. Potgieter received her B. A. degree in romance languages from the University of Iowa and an M. A. degree in music. She had to become fa miliar with the scores of 25 operas in the original languages for opera chorus training. She said she Jearned to sing Russian phonetically but never has studied the grammar. During the «arly years of their marriage, they lived in Chicago, where she was a member of the -opera chorus. They moved to Rockford in 1934. Their daughter, Mrs. Seaton, is an accomplished organist. Their other daughter, Mrs. George (Reka) Hoff, has recently moved from New York City to Washington, D. C. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hoff are lawyers. Mrs. Hoff is beginning a new job with the Internal Revenue Service. They have three daughters, all accomplished in French. The two oldest, Erika, 11, and Karla, 9, write letters in French to heir grandmother. AFTER CHRISTMAS Dress Sale! BEGINS SATURDAY SPECIAL GROUPS OF FALL DRESSES Selected From Our Regular Stock AND UP $ 6 $ 8 *10 REAL BARGAINS FOR FINAL CLEARANCE SHOP EARLY! Nichols Shop CLEAR LAKE STOREWIDE AFTER CHRISTMAS CLEARANCE I SATURDAY * HOUSEWARES APPLIANCES MILLER HARDWARE CLEAR LAKE News about Clear Lake Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Arneson and son, Robert, left Thursday family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hewitt, and three ihildren, Wausau, Wis. Shop fhe Grefhen House Christmas Bar for unusual Candles, Napkins and Tree Ornaments.—(Adv.). Open your 1965 Christmas Savings Account now! Community National Bank of Clear Lake.—(Adv.) Special groups of Dresses reduced to $6, $8 and up atNichols Shop.—(Adv.). V.F.W. Post Dance, Sat., 8-12 :< The Frontiers."—(Adv.). Remember Grethen House for those special gifts for "Her."— (Adv.). Christmas dinner guests of Mr., and Mrs. Ellis Wick and family will be Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thurston, Sue, Barbara and Charles Jr., Cedar Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson. After Christmas Dress Sale starts Sat. at Nichols Shop. (Adv.). Billy's Casino open daily except Sundays until further notice.—(Adv.). for the man in your life, remember the Grethen House Tie Bar.—(Adv.). Prompt service at Drake's Shoe Repair, 804 1st Ave. N. FL 7-3676.—(Adv.). Special Sat.—One rack of blouses from higher priced duced to $6, $8 and up at Nichols Shop.—(Adv.). Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Atkins will spend Christmas Day in Des Moines with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Anderson, and icr sisters and their families,. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Heiman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hall, all of Des Moines, and Mrs. A. L. Jones, Chicago. Clear Lake calendar FRIDAY Christmas Day Masses, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, 8 and 10 a.m. Christmas Morning Festival vorship, Zion Lutheran Church, 10 a.m. Christmas Holy Eucharist services, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 10 a.m. SUNDAY Senior Luther League, Zion utheran Church, skating party, Erwin Zuehlke home, 4-6 p.m. * Clear Lake churches ZION LUTHERAN Threi Sunday services, 8:30, 9:45 md 11 m.m. Hal; Communion served after the 11 ».m. service. Sund»y ichool. 9:« and II a.m. Richard El- Injson, Darwin Reiler, pastors. METHODIST Sunday ichool. 0:1.1 a.m. Worship service, 10:30 a.m. Youth Fellowship rroupi, 6:30 p.m. Dr. John Del.onr. pasfor. CONGREGATIONAL Sunday school, B:;lO a.m. Worship service, 10:30 a.m. Conro Club, 6::«l p.m. Arthur Krehi, pastor. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Two Masses Sunday, X:3I) and ll):;ii] a.m. Confenloni Saturday, 4-.1 and :3I)-8:M p.m. J. J. Buiynikl, T. F. V~ \ndrew. pastors. ST. ANDREW'S ErlSCOI-AI, Kvery Sunday: Holy Eucharist, R a.m. Sunday school, 10 a.m. First and hlrd .Sunday, Holy Eucharlil, ID a.m.: second and [ourlh Sunday, morning prayer, 10 a.m. Richard McCandlesi, pastor. CHRISTIAN Sunday schnol, 9:311 a.m. H'ornhip service, 10M.-, a.m. j EVANGELICAL FREE Sunday school, 8:45 a.m. Morning' jonhlp, 1HH.-S a.m. Evenlnr service, 7:30 p.m. Harold MeGewan, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST 12th and Main. Sunday school, 9:M a.m. Warship service, 18:30 a.m. Youth meeting-, «:3« p.m. Church services, 7:30. Don SlaUn. paster. OFKN KIHLE Sunday jelnwl, la a.m. Warship services. II a.m. Sunday evening service, «.. Denny F. Miller, pastor. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JKSUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Church sehMX, I): |.-, ..m. Sunday Wfinhip knur, II a.m. Supervised nurs ery. .lay "cVlcker. pastor. REGULAR BAPTIST First A. t . ... »urf ,s, xih St. Sunday »ek*»l, »::M ».„. w«r«hlp, >»:*» ,. m Ym»( peipta'i metllng, < :M _,„, Evening service. 7:M. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST taMtay aebwt. »:M m . m , U a.a*. W*«MMUr Open house is Sunday for Lt., Mrs. Gary Coe CLEAR LAKE — Many Clear Lake families will entertain relatives from far and near in their homes during the Christ- mjis and New Year's holidays. Other families will be traveling to 'be guests in homes in other areas. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rosenkild will be their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy (Doris) Alman, and Mr. ami Mrs. William Alman and two children, all of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. James Davis and son, Tracy, will have as their juests her mother, Mrs. David Enabnit; a brother, Everett Enabnit; her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard (Ruth) Juhl and daughter, Wanda, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wendel and two sons, all of Clear Lake. Christmas Eve ind Christmas Day dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Harold Crane will be Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Brown and Family, Des Moines; Bruce Brown, Oehvein, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crane and family, Mrs. C. F. Crane and Mrs. Ruth Lacey, all of Clear Lake. Dinner guests of T. C. Ryan and Mr. and Mrs. Justin Ryan, Dougherty, will be Mr. and Mrs. CLEAR LAKE — house Mrs. Shirley Coe in honor of 1st Lt. and Mrs. Gary Coe, Laurel, Md. Assisting will be Mr. and Mrs. Roy G. Schumacher, Clear Lake. Lt. Coe and Mrs. Coe, the former Linda Schumacher arrived Monday to spend ten days visiting their parents. Married in March, this is the first time they have been in the community since their marriage. Lt. Coe has been in the U.S. Air Force three years and has been stationed at Ft. Mead, Md Lions greet 3 new members CLEAR LAKE—Three new members were welcomed to Lions Club Wednesday noon at Halford's Cafe. Keith McGowan gave the official welcome to Dean Gilles, David Hegtvedt and Dr. Paul Fynskov. A color movie, "Portrait of Bermuda," was shown by Norman Knoke, program chairman. The film showed the scenic beauty and recreational activities of the island. Guests were Richard Rogers, Sioux City and John Rogers, Don Eastman and Larry Luker Clear Lake. TRIP TO SOUTH SHEFFIELD—Mr. and Mrs. . H. Eichmeier have left for Bishop, Tex., where they will ;pend Christmas in the home of their niece,,Mrs. Ralph Alexander Jr., and family. They will then take a trip through Florida and other eastern states. Maton City, la. Dec. U, 1H4 Holidays bring family reunions Don (Buck) Pcdelty and Margaret Ryan, Clear Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Pedelty, Eldora. Christmas Day and weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Morisky will be her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ackley, and Charles Bode, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Morisky's mother, Mrs. Forest Ackley, Christmas Eve and Christmas Mr. and Mr*. L. C. Stuart and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Woodworth will be Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. Robert Stuart and son, Jim. Chrittmts Evt dinner gimts of Pearl Witke will be her sister and nephew, Lclah and James Leverett, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Minette and winsimas ive anci umstmas son R ichard; Mr . and Mrs . Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ver- D . ' Minette ' and Mabel Mary Sherwood, all of Clear Lake; Kathleen Watts, Lansing, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waller, Rockford. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Risvold will entertain their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Marlene) Petersen and two daughters. A family group at the Keilli McGowan home will include their sons, Ted, a student a I JackA>nvil)e State College, Jack sonville, Ala.; and Mr. and Mrs. Bill McGowan and (wo children, Oskaloosa; and their son-in-Uw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoyt, Ventura. Chri«tm»* Ev« dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Anderson and children will be her family, M. L. Kennedy, Luclla Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kennedy and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson and family. The Andersons will spend Christmas Day in Ventura with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Anderson, and his brothers and sisters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Bing Anderson and four boys, Dumont; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Anderson, Winona. . . non Fleshner will be their daugh ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ken (Beverly) Huntley and two children. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Aihland will be guests in the home of their daughter, Mrs. James Connell. A family group at (lie E. L. Secory home will include Mr. and Mrs. Larry Secory and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Secory and family and Ralph Kimball. Mrs. E. L. Secory's brother. Dr. and Mrs. R. \V. Peterson will have as their guesls Thursday through Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Neno Popoff, Newton, former Clear Lake residents; and Mrs. Peterson's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Anderson, Minneapolis. Mrs. Cora Finch will join the group for Christmas dinne Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Larry An-JEverts, Oakwood Park. dcrson and three children, Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Jerald (Phyllis) Jensen and son, Mr. and Mrs. Harley (Maurcne) Coyier and son, Gene, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett (Lois) Hanson and family, all of Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. John Connor and son, Michael, Iowa City, will ba holiday guests at the home o£ her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A-TALL, TALL TREE — An evergreen tree, strung with colored lights;'illuminates the front yard and east wins of the Sam Kennedy home at Clear Lake. The 30-foot tree is the largest in Clear Lake to be decorated for the holiday season. Robert Pals and Pat Stork hang the lights on the tree with the use of long bamboo fish poles. The Kennedys have installed two 110-volt electric lines to furnish power for the lighting. ~ STOREWIDE AFTER CHRISTMAS 20 CLEARANCE SATURDAY, DEC. 26 ONE DAY ONLY GAMBLES CLEAR LAKE AFTER CHRISTMAS CLEARANCE Vestae 4-H Club holds Yule supper CLEAR LAKE—Lakes Ambiti- ius Vestae 4-H Club met for a per was served in City Hall. The chili was made by the club leaders, Mrs. Orville Stinehart and Mrs. Kenneth R. Sifert. ...... — — „ Christmas caroling in nursing Ihristmas party Tuesday eve-homes was the program. The ning at City Hall. A chili sup-!next meeting will be Jan. 9. CLEAR LAKE SPORTSWEAR Our entire stock of Ladies'Skirts, Sweaters, Slacks and Blazers . . 20^, COATS Ladies' Car Coats, Suburban Coats, Ski Coats and All Weather Coats and Shells . . . i --^-.- (r ««^»") l»y wrbOTl; i,* „.„. *„„!.,.,. •••»• C- G- ••ortt*. i-risair fl«Ml*l sckMNd, tiM «,.•. Men's 8 Boys' COATS Nylon Ski Jackets to Poplin Hooded Parkas .... 20% SHOES - SHOES - SHOES $1.99 $2.99 $J.99 CHILDREN'S DRESSES 1 Rack assorted colors and sizes. $2.99 BOYS' SWEATERS Sizes B to 18 10% Off MEN'S SWEATERS 10% Off BOYS' TROUSERS Si7.es 6 to 18 10% Off MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS 10% Off Brite Set Hair Spray R .' 94 J!?,, Rexall Facial Z c ! u5 f Tissue .......... 5 B.,., Norwich 5 Grain Aspirins 250 Tabs. 00 1 64 CASEY CLEAR LAKE COME TO OUR STARTS SAT., DEC. 26 STOREWIDE 0 DISCOUNT Spend $100.00 Save $20.00 ON OUR ENTIRE QUALITY FURNITURE STOCK (With Hra ExctpHon of Fair Traded Ittms) Dinettes, Colonial Sofas, Provincial Sofas, Choirs, Maple Colonial Buffets and Tables. WILCOX Graham Department Store

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