Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 29, 1964 · Page 5
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News about Clear Lake The -fir* department was •ailed to the Milton McCarthy home at 9:15 a.m. Tuesday when fire broke out around the pipe leading to the gas stove. According to firemen, the stove n the kitchen was being moved CLEAR LAKE — Holiday eu- agements are announced lor hree brides-to-be from the Clear rake area. 0 Mr. and Mrs. H. Owen Tay- when the pipe cracked. Damage lor, Clear Lake, announce the ncluded a charred wall and woodwork. Double stamps Wednesday at both DDD Bulk Oil stations.— Adv.) Celebrate New Ytar's Eve at he VFW. No cover charge. Color TV New Year's Day.—Adv. and sons, Mike and Jerry, left Monday for their home in Kanias City, Mo., after a few days' Hansen. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr; and Mrs. Roger Johnson and Steven, Amej?: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson, Klemme; Larry Johnson, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. S, Jacksor and Janet, Willmar, Minn. Dress Sal* on this week at Nichols Shop.—(Adv.). Coronado refrig. with top r, T ,,Ar> T AT,.-, •„ , CLEAR LAKE — Judy Krug- CLEAR LAKE-Young people gel> daughter o£ Mrs . yRo bert of Zion Lutheran Church will Gerdes, Route 1, and Don Coe, :onduct the final service of the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Coe' Ventura, were married Dec. 22 at Zion Lutheran Church. „,. .., - ,,~ . Pastor Richard Ellingson per- The theme 3S "Facing The formed the cere mo n y Sharon Future With Faith." Senior Petersburg and Keith Ashland Luther League members in the attended the couple. A recep- speech choir will be Ruth Enck- turn for 50 relatives and friends year in the church at 7:30 p.m. New Year's Eve. son, Barbara King, ndson, Ricky AL , Evenrud and Mark Schoneman. LARRY D. SZYMECZEK Szymeczek named Honor Man at Army graduation CLEAR LAKE — Staff Sgt. Larry D. Szymeczek, son of Mrs. Katherine Szymeczek, Clear Lake, has been graduated as Honor Man in his company of 82 men at the 2nd U.S. Army Non-Commissioned Off i c e r s 1 Academy, Ft. Knox, Ky. Szymeczek is stationed at Ft. Eustis, Va., where he is an instructor in aircraft maintenance in the repair of helicopters and all light aircraft. He has completed one year's service in Viet Nam. He is married to the former Patricia Graner of Mason City. The family, including four sons, lives in Newport News, Va. Szy- meczek, a 1953 graduate of Mason City High School, has been in the U.S. Army since August 1953. Finds fire truck out of gasoline Dave Ellingson will be the narrator. In a skit will be Claudia Juhl, Ricky 'Miller and Mark Schoneman. Ruth Erickson and Katy Townsend will play a French horn duet with Michael Baker and Miss Townsend acting as speakers for the service. Start collection OWINGSVILLE, Ky. OB—Chief ™ander °* the Air Rescue Serv Hubert Reed decided to take the ice headquartered at Orlando town's fire truck for a test run The truck wouldn't start. fas from the tank. for cow shot on farmer's land ORLANDO, Fla. UP) — When dove hunters enter the T. G. Lee pasture land to hunt, they find the following sign: "During the first phase of this year's dove season, one enterprising sportsman (?) killed a cow on this property with a load of birdshot fired at point-blank range. In order to show the cow's owner that the majority of the hunters in this area disapprove of such wanton destruction of valuable property, it has been suggested by some of your fellow hunters that a collection be taken up to make at least partial restitution. All donations are entirely voluntary,' there be- except tto set the record straight." The idea for the gesture came from Col. Ted Tatum, vice corn- Air Force Base. He is being as He's glad it was only practice, sisted with the project by Vance noon Corbin, a retire Air Force offi- Vandals had siphoned all the cer now a member of the Florida Game Commission. PLAN NEW YEAR'S SERVICE — Senior Lu- Lake, include (left to right) Claudia Floy Barbara ther League members participating in the New King and Mark• Schonemfn, (standing»Dave Ellin? Year's Eve service m Zion Lutheran Church, Clear y son. The program begins at ? So p m. New Year's Eve service planned by church youth Miss Judy Kruggel and Don Coe exchange vows M e r 1 e a W as held afterwards at the home > L uc * of the bridegroom's parents. The couple left Tuesday for Syracuse, -RY., where the bridegroom attends Syracuse University through a program of the U.S. Air Force. They will stop in Niagara Falls en route. Both are 1961 graduates of Ventura High School. The bride attended Mason City Junior College and for two years has been employed in the Iowa State University Library, Ames. Coe entered the Air Force in February. Norway native in Dakota still at 1889 trade MANDAN, N.D. W) — It was 75 years ago that Ole Syvrud learned the shoemaker's trade, and at the age of 90 he is still practicing it. It was in 1889 in Norway that the youth, not yet 15, left home to become an apprentice in a cobbler shop. For three years he was paid no salary, but received board and lodging and, in the third year, a new suit. In 1906 he and his wife came to America, locating near Mandan, where Mrs. Syvrud had relatives. He has been in busi- <sic euuituy vuiuuiaiy,' mere ue- -~". **~ *iw 0 u^^n m uuai- ing no obligation whatsoever— ness on tne same block here x. *- --•- '--- - for 57 years and still puts in a full day's work every day at his shop. Clear Lake calendar WEDNESDAY Lions Club, Halford's Cafe IN CHICAGO McINTIRE—Mrs. Archie Mc- CIain is spending the holidays with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett P iiot O'Connell, and family in Chi cago. Mr. McCIain will go to Chicago for New Year's and him to their home here. MRS. DON COE —Kiefer photo ngagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, 'loleen Jo, to William D. Langton, son of Mrs. Samuel Langton and the late Mr. Langston, Morris, Conn. Both Miss Taylor and Mr. .angston are employed in Elgin, U. She is in the music depart.. *n. »jni- *a an Mi& muaiv* UU}JaLl- Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hansen me nts of the Elgin Public t -i "jV •»/ j — «i«aiciu i uuiugidimii; .uauura- Isit with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar tones, Inc. A July wedding is Tan«on nfKor* Cn«*J*.* ~K..« AU . J ^ Former sheriff employed by insurance firm NORTHWOOD - Myron 0 .„.„.«. ^ *..,, Leraaen, 33, former Worth tations are being mailed. Host County sheriff, is joining the will be their children, Mr. an staff of Grinnell Mutual Rein- Mrs. Melvin Kobernusz Jr surance Company in Grinnell in Marion; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ko freezer, door shelves, $30. Cal FL 7-4828.—(Adv.). Robert Lee, Estherville, will )e the guest speaker for Rotary Club Thursday noon at Halford's Cafe. A Rotary Fellow, he spent a year in France as a partici- >ant in the Rotary Foundation Program. For rent: Uptown apt., un- 'urnished, adults, reasonable Phone 7-2615 or 7-2921.—(Adv.) The Methodist Church choir will practice Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. instead of Thursday evening, announced Mrs. Don Gor anson, director. Want lady to stay nights with working lady. FL 7-2046.— (Adv.). Building permits issued in elude one to Wright 0. Thomp son, 2109 S. Lakeview Dr., for construction of a shed-type dor mer, 40 by 6 feet, on the rooi of his present residence. Per rait valuation is $2,500. Fishei Construction Co. is the contrac tor. Texture hose in 2 shades jus arrived at Verna's. Sizes 9-11 $1.35 pair.—(Adv.). Sacred Heert Devotions ar scheduled for Thursday eve ning at 7:30 at St. Patrick' Catholic Church, according t the Rev. J. J. Buzynski. Nicely dec. furn. apt.. FL 7-4346 or FL 7-2219—(Adv.). Set open house for Kobernuszes' 25th anniversary CLEAR LAKE — Mr. an Mrs. Melvin Kobernusz will b honored on their silver weddin anniversary Sunday with ope house from 2 to 5 p.m. in Zio Lutheran Church. The open house is for a friends and relatives. No inv ilanned. Mr. end Mrs. Kenneth DeWitt, lanlontown, announce the en- jagement and approaching mar- iage of their daughter, Janelle, o Richard Nelson, son of Mr. md Mrs. Henry Nelson, Clear ,ake. Miss DeWitt is a graduate of Sforth Central High School and January. After a period of training h_ will be assigned to a Grinnel Mutual district service office. Previously a deputy sheriff who was appointed sheriff a Northwood to fill an unexpired term, Leraaen later was elected to a four-year term which he concluded in December. He was employed in an implement business at Northwood before holding public office. Leraaen and his wife, Clarice, have three children, Allen, 13; Linda Kay, 11, and Ronald, 4. The family will continue to live in Northwood until the close of the school year. Leraaen is a licensed airplane 40 GALLONS EACH The average domestic con Mrs. McCIain will accompany sumption of water is estimated at 60 gallons per person. bernusz, Clear Lake, and Lon nie, at home. Melvin Kobernusz and Doroth, Miller were married Dec. 3] 1939, in the English Luthera Church, Manly. They farme near Manly until 1960 when the purchased the Melodee Bowlin Lanes at Clear Lake. They have one grandson Theron, Marion. Two cars damaged in icy street crash CLEAR LAKE — Clear Lak police reported one acciden Monday. Cars driven by Dori P. Stuart and Thomas E Chamberlain collided at 9:4 a.m. on S. Shore Drive. Th Chamberlain car, northbound 01 S. Shore Dr., had $500 damag and the Stuart car, southbound making a left turn onto lot Ave., had $600 damage. «Ube-Gaiette, M«s«n City, la. Dee. 1*4 Reveal holiday engagements is employed at the Green Castle Dafe, Clear Lake. Mr. Nelson .s employed at Farmers' Elevator Service Co., Inc., and is engaged in farming. A February wedding is planned. ichools and St. Paul's United Ihurch of Christ. He is with lastern Photographic Labora- Tht engagement of Deloret Ann Deitrich is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen W. Deitrich, Route 3, to Daniel Ray Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thompson, Belmond. Miss Deitrich is a 1964 graduate of Ventura High School and is attending Hamilton College. Her fiance is a Belmond High School graduate and is employed at the Skelly Station, Belmond. COLEEN JO TAYLOR JANELLE DeWITT DELORES ANN DEITRICH John H. Price retires from I.C. railroad IOWA FALLS—John H. Price, vho has completed 52 years as n employe of the Illinois Cen- ral Railroad, is announcing dans for retirement, effective i"eb. 1, 1965. He will be on vacation during January. He began his work with the llinois Central as a call boy at MeComb, Miss., in 1912. After attending a railroad accounting school in Chicago he worked in Chicago, Dubuque and Fort Dodge, In 1930 he came to Iowa Falls as a railroad telegrapher. He was transferred to Webster City in 1942, then returned to Iowa Falls as freight and passenger agent in 1945. For the last 13 years he has been a member of the city council. He has been treasurer of the First Baptist Church for 20 years. He is a member of the Lions Club, Chamber of Commerce, Order of Railroad Telegraphers. Last June Mr. and Mrs. Price observed their' golden wedding anniversary. Their son, Esthus, lives in Iowa Falls. Their daughter, Mrs. Charles O'Connor, and son, John, live in Webster City. Belmond airman graduated from officers school BELMOND — First Lt. Jerry D. McMurray, son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. McMurray, Belmond, was graduated from the U. S. Air Force's Squadron Of ficer School at the Air Univer sity, Maxwell AFB, Ala., Dec 18. Lt. McMurray was selectee or the special professional of- iccr training in recognition of us demonstrated potential as a. eadcr in the aerospace force. The lieutenant attended Iowa. State University. He is being •cassigned to Walker AFB, N. M. HOME VISIT WESLEY —Sr. M. Giovanni, Milwaukee, and Sr. M. Michae- lenc of Cudahy, Wis., spent Dec. 23-28 in the parental Victor Loebig home. Other Christmas Day guests were the Kenneth Ras- mussons, Forest City; Ellery Locbigs, Ames; Larry Cooks n'f Spencer, and John Locbigs of Ames. A NEW YEAR BOOK by Ann Bys Th»nk You, Lord, for this new book, So clean, so pore, so white, With pages, spotless and unmarked Upon which I can write. Guide me as 1 fill each page. Help me write with care Lest there be recorded Things I won't want there. Let each page within my book Reveal some thoughtful deed, A kindly word, * pleasant smile, A gift for one in need. A visit to • shut-in, A cheery get-well card, A helping hand to someone Who finds the gofng hard. May every page in this new book Record some thoughtful giving. And make this year for me. Dear Lord, A year of useful living. You're getting older when you have two temptations and you choose the one which gets you home earlier. CLEARANCE OF QUALITY Lundbergs are having their annual January Clearance— Famous label coals and dresses. Some lingerie reduced Vt. Hats filso '/£ off and those beautiful suits with the air of distinction you'll love at a great saving. When Lundbergs have their Clearance it's such fun to shop because you know every style is so new. You'll wear it for ages. The quality is great and every gal knows the lines will show it came from the smartest fashion center in Norlh Iowa. 'with J4azet On Shoppers Lane P.S. Still time to gel your parly dress for New Year's Eve — Selection is great. Living may never cost more than It's worth, but the trend toward (hat point continues apace. FOR PARTY OR FAMILY GATHERING School and Route Keep Him BUSY! • SCHOOL DAYS are busy days for your enterprising carrier- boy. Yet he finds time to deliver his rout*, collect his money, pay his bill, and make his sales calls, without interfering with his school studies and activities. IT WILL help gave time for him and improve service for you, if you have money ready each day he collects. In return, he will see to it that your paper arrive* on time every day, rain or shine — with its unrivalled array of exciting news, enjoyable features and money-saving shopping pages i MORGAN OPTICAL YOU GET prescription of licensed one low price basis. Don't worry about shortages— d o n 't cramp, crowd or use your old chipped china — Rent what you need from United Rent Alls. Tables, chairs, dishes, large 60-cup coffee maker. You name what you need and we're sure you'll find it here. For special parties you'll find fine china in complete settings — Champagne, cocktail, hi-ball and Tom Collins glasses, parfaits and sherbets — and you can depend on their being quality because all rental articles are the best. Things • you'll be proud to use. Things for large parties or smaJJ. Home or club entertaining. All you have to do is dial 424-4234. SELECT YOUR MIRROR for rent 518 South Pennsylvania P.S. — Don't forget the lovely new Sterling silver tea or coffee .service for gracious, elegant entertaining and weddings. Large white linen table cloth and a silver chafing dish. Young people these clays find it difficult to believe that years ago most people wouldn't buy or do anything they couldn't afford. USE YOUR GIFT CHECK ROYALLY Use your gift check for a Royal Gift . . . You'll love it. You can get so many different kinds. One for every need and to fit all budgets. S*e the New Royalite first — It's a honey! A new Royal portable typewriter. It's an investment in the future of school children (any age) and » convenience for the home. Royalite Is compact, alt metal design, full size keyboard — has swift, lively typing action — Every essential typing feature — Carrying case included for just 49.95 . . . It's a Royaf. — See It at WOLFF TYPf WRITER 409 SoMth Federal Budget terms — 24 months to pay. The nicest gift you can give yourself with your Christmas gift check is the new mirror you've been wanting . . . It will reflect the best wishes of the giver for years to come. A full length one for the bedroom or bathroom door, over your mantel and so many other places. Standard Glass and Paint has a wonderful selection of plate glass mirrors. We think it to be the finest and largest selection in North Iowa. In fact, there's a kind and size mirror for any place in your home. Mirrors will be cut to please you if you have something special in mind and all mirrors guaranteed. Isn't that a wonderful idea for your gift check. You'll love it and it will please the giver almost as much. Free parking in the rear of the store so you can take all the time you need for the selection of a perfect mirror at STANDARD GLASS & PAINT CO. 205 North Federal Matrimony is one profession that allows a woman to work 18 hours a day—without overtime. •fr -ft «r <f <r ir to make your table bright and gay for your New Year's party. No doubt you have some Christmas money and there's no b et t e r way to invest it than in bright new dinnerware, glassware and silver. You'il find a large selection at Larson's, at the price you want io pay and the pattern you'll 'Jove. NOW IS THE TIME 18 South Federal P.S. Don't forget, you'll find gifts for ill occasions — Charge accounts invited — Free delivery in the city — There is a loveliness of flowers in a wedding, for no wedding ;: is complete without ;,] them. The lovely '1 flowers worn by the K bride speak of her husband's love, faith and devotion. The flowers worn by the attendants speak of good wishes and high hopes ... a young fortune isn't needed for wedding flowers. AH you have to do is call Johnston's. Express your desire and the loveliness you'va dreamed of will be yours within your budget—Home or church weddings, elaborate or simple — You'll remember the beauty of your wedding flowers forever if they come from JOHNSTON'S FLOWERS 707 First Street S.W. Phone 424-2446 P.S. Lovely flowers for New Year parties — and there's nothing like flowers for a "Thank you". It's said there are no fools lik« old ones, but some of the young ones these days would be hard to top. Now you can have the fur coat you've always wanted — That special one from Marshall & Swift. Use your Christmas check and set up a budget plan. Everything from mink ta mouton. Make your selection now at— MARSHALL* SWIFT 214 North Delaware A plan to fit your budget. By the time the political campaign was ended, few stones wera left unturned or unflung. In my files I found this thought and to ma it s»«ms a beautiful ont to start ther New Year on: "We do not please God more by eating bitter aloes than by eating honey. A cloudy, foggy, rainy day is not more heavenly than a day of sunshine. A Funeral march is not so much like the music of angels as the songs of the birds on a May morning. There is no more religion in the gaunt, naked forest in winter than in the laughing blossoms of the spring, and the rich ripe fruits of autumn. It was not the pleasant things in the world that came from the devil, and the dreary things that came from God! It wat 'sin brought death into the world and all our woe:' as the sin vanishes the wo* will vanish too. God Himself is the ever blessed God. He dwells in the light of joy as well as of purity, and instead of becoming more like Him as we become more miserable, and as all the brightness and glory of life are extinguished, we become more like God as our blessedness becomes more complete. The great Christian graces are radiant with happiness. Faith, hope, charity, there is no sadness in them; and if penitence make* the heart sad, penitence belongs to the sinner; not to the saint; as we become more saintly, we have (ess sin to tor row over." —R.W. Dale. Isn't that a lovely thought? Happy New Year all of you — T h*pe all your problems vanish and •II your dreams come true. See you next year. Hazel.

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