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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 4, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                March 4 Ciry World Day of Prayer service slated for Friday CLEAR LAKE World Day of Prayer observed each year on the first Friday in Lent will be held Friday at 2 pm in the Methodist Church Mrs Lcora Cole president of the sponsoring organization Clear Lake Coun cil of United Women will pre side Readers will be Mrs Warren Jacobson Mrs Jack Enabnit and Mrs George Smith Repre sentatives from each of the par ticipating churches will be the hostesses They are Methodist Congregational Christian and the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Tht sponsoring group has extended an invitation to all who wish to attend Special music will be included iin the service A commcmor alive scene has been placed in the window of the Wilcox Furni lure Slore by the committee The World Day of Prayer has been conducted in J23 countrie within the last five years Basi cally the same service is usec by all groups in each country providing the experience of Christian unity in prayer with those all over the world 50mile march planned Dr King says hell take parr SELMA Ala AP Dr Martin Luther King Jr plans to lead off a 50mile mass march from Selma to the state Capitol at Montgomery Sunday to dramatize pleas for liberaliza tion of Alabamas voting laws King who delivered a funeral sermon Wednesday for a Negro laborer shot to death during an outbreak racial violence in Marion the night of Feb 18 said the march definitely is sched uled to begin Sunday afternoon King said he plans to head the long procession at the outset but may leave the line after the march begins and return as it nears Montgomery The marching Negroes King hopes will number from 500 to 800 will seek to get the state voting laws liberalized while the Alabama Legislature is in special session The session was called to consider Gov George Walhces education bills King cutting short a visit to Washington flew back to Ala bama to pay tribute to Jimmie Lee Jackson 26 then left again for New York to speak there Thursday to the womens divi sion of the United Jewish Ap peal In a funeral sermon at Marion News about Clear Lake The Cerro Gordo County NFO will meet Monday at 8 p m at the City Hall There will be re ports of the recent district NFO meeting and the meat bargain ing and grain boards Any county farmers and wives may attend Annual WRC Supper Sat 5 to 7 pm IOOF Hall Gaylord Mestad has returned ionic after being a patient in he DCS Moines Veterans Hos aital oVa months Lost vicinity Art Gilbert farm N Shore Blk female Schip perke 3 moold puppy Please call FL Thimble Bee Club will meet Sunday noon for a potluck din ner at the home of Mrs George unn Apt for rent Pri bath ent Adults 10 S 9th FL 73839 FLi The meeting of Colonial Club as been postponed until next who Vednesday at 2 p m at the home of Mrs Albert Gobeli Prompt service at Drakes Shoe Repair 804 1st Ave N FL Mrs Fred W Petersen re turned home Wednesday after a week in Park Hospital for ob servation and treatment See the shapes and sizes at Millers Adv The Clear Lake Faculty Wives meeting Wednesday evening at the high school student center has been postponed until April cook Also Record crowd at basketball game There was standing room only Wednesday night when the in favlp rfS6 tnsiail ft Belmond Broncos played the final game in the district basketball tournament in the Clear Lake Hiph School gymnasium Doug Grabinski Clear Lake forward is at the free throw me lorn Berge center is at the middle of the court No 40 is Neal Waddmgton and No 44 Sterling Laaveg for Belmond Other L ear Lake Lions are Tom Anderson No 45 and Bill Moris Ky No 43 Lelmoncl cheerleaders left led the large Bronco follow while Clear Lake fans right were led by the Lake cheerleaders in striped sweaters Supt E 0 Berge tournament manager safd it was the first time in tournament play at the new Clear Lake gymnasium that basketball fans were turned away because of lack of space More than 2000 saw Clear Lake win 7058 to advance to substate play at Algona Garrigan gymnasium Friday night Berge said tickets will be available at Clear Lake High School Friday morning for Jackson a Baptist deaconipart time waitress Apply and leader in the right to vote battle in promised Perry County an unending King cam paign for racial equality in Ala in bana We are going to march through the streets until every Negro can vote he vowed After King delivered the eulo gy he led an estimated 700 Ne groes on a fourmile march in the rain to the burial grounds in a wooded area a few feet of Ala bama Highway 14 Jackson fell mortally wound ed only a short distance from the Zion Methodist Church where mourners gathered 12 person Halfords The adult education committee meet Friday noon at the high school for lunch and a meet good apt days later to pay their respects at the second of two fnnprai elected and 100 S 9th Holt FL 72032 Mitchell County swine producers elect directors directors were second of two funeral a fourth was re v i n uj L wo luncrHi services The first service for electcd attne annual meeting of the Mitchell County Swine Pro ducers Assn at Stacyville this week Newly elected directors include Patefish Richard which King arrived too late was held at Selma RECEIVES HONORS det Harvey M Smith son of Mr and Mrs H L Smith lear Lake has been named to thc superintendents merit list at the US Air Force Academy Colo He has been selected for the position of operations sargeant with the rank of cadet technical sar geant He will wear a spe cial silver star and wreath insignia on his sleeve in rec ognition of his outstanding academic and military achievement at the academy A graduate of Clear Lake High School he is a member of the academy class of 19G6 Lions Club sees Daily Grind movie CLEAR LAKE A color movie The Daily Grind was shown by John Powell program chairman for the Lions Club meeting Wednesday noon at Hal fords Cafe President Harlen Reid an nounced that an invitation has Heart Fund at to date CLEAR LAKE Contribu tions for the Heart Fund in Clear Lake to date total according to Robert Grabinski general chairman As a number of workers have not reported it is believed the amount will be increased in the final tabulation Grabinski said He asked that all envelopes be turned in as soon as possible Contributions in the residen tial areas under the direction of Mrs Robert Stuart and Mrs D J Woodworth total the business area drive with Robert Tanner in charge netted JS446 and special gifts Richard Van Slyke in charge amounted to S210 Anyone who has not been con tacted and wishes to make a contribution may call any of the chairmen or it can be mailed to Heart Fund PO Box 25 Clear Lake To show Billy Graham film CLEAR LAKE The latest film release of the Billy Graham Assn Worlds Fair Encount witl be shown Saturday eve ning at at the Evangelical Free Church The Rev Harold McGowan pastor announced everyone is welcome to attend the showing of this excellent film Worlds Fair Encounter is based on the story of two young people who actually visited the fair during the first season of its operation The encounter of these young people and their growing friendship during the day is the vehicle through which Thought and Thimble Club meets at Lake CLEAR LAKE Eleven members of Thought and Thim ble Club met Wednesday after noon at the home of Mrs Virgil Brekke Mrs Delbert Watson was in charge of games Prizes were won by Mrs Maurice Miles and Mrs Wayne Toppin The next meeting will be April 7 with Mrs Ray Christensen Driver blinded by lights Three cars damaged CLEAR cars were damaged in an accident Wednesday evening at at N 20th St and 7lh Ave A car owned by Iowa Car Rental Cedar Rapids parked on the east side of N 20th St had left rear damages Ilj CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR was struck by a northbound car driven by Larry Craig Mason City His car had front end damages According o the police re port Craig said he was blinded Friday Womans Club Chorus Meth odist Church 10 am Friendly Garden Club Mrs John Eliasou pm World Day of Prayer spon by an oncoming car driven by by United Church Women H Methodist Church pm Harry Knutson Clear Lake Craigs car struck thc parked car then bounced into the Knnt son car which received left door daihagcs Womans Relief Corps IOOF Hall 2 pm World Evangelism Confer ence Open Rihle Church pm Deen received for members toifm viewers are entertained in attend the April 5 35th anniver sary party of the Forest City Lions Club The Clear Lake club sponsored the Forest City group formed and inspired according to the pastor The United States Pavilion with its Hall of Challenges and the Illinois Pavilions treatment Reports were made on the anof tne life and times of Abraham Lincoln are settings in the de velopment of the contrasting nual Lions Variety Show to be March 1516 in the Junior High School Auditorium Tickets are on sale by all members accord backgrounds of American girl Dorothy the from Custer Five other Negroes and three white newsmen were heaten and three law enforcement officersianrj MprlanrV said ail Sroups arel lnc story climax lakes place were struck by rocks or bottles Ren and announced dress1 the Billy Graham Pavilion1 h between rehearsal will be the afternoon jwhere the widescreen motion c n JITS n Tti f V rt JT4 L ing to Arnold Moeller ticket and Eric the Swiss stu chairman Carroll Anderson codent from Geneva Tnc story climax lakes place producer said all in the clash demonstrators state troopers ALCOHOLICS The incidence of alcoholism among employes in industry is James Peterson Vinton presi dent of the National Pork Pro ducers Council was the main speaker at the meeting About 150 people attended Carroll Plager Austin Minn of March 14 Guests included Storey Des Moines and Jameslnc filrns principals Gogg Mason City J i jia nuniiu itliuil 10 8 per cent according to the showed a movie of the National Jsational Council on Show Civic development set at Iowa State AMES The first State CivicjMargherita Tarr associate nro Developmenl Conference will bejfessor of landscape architecture held at Iowa State U in the Sun Iowa Stale University Room of Memorial Union pni March 15 under the auspices of will the Federated Garden of Iowalfcalure jpiclure Man in the 5th Di W i 1 I i a m intension makes its impact on CCC grain sale at Iowa Falls Book reviews heard at Double C Class CLEAR LAKE Mary Gal ford reviewed two hooks for the IOWA FALLSA total of 15Methodist Double C Class Wed 425 bushels of corn will be sold nesday evening at the home of March 9 on a basis of scaled Mr and Mrs Clifford Vestal competitive bids according to They were This Is Eric Seva Robert T Hoffman chairmanjreid by Mr Sevareid and of the Hardm County AgriculBishop Gerald Ensleys book tural Stabilization ConservationsPersons Can Change Lcota committee Bids must be reDuncan gave the meditation It ceived at the ASC office in Iowa was announced there are scvcr Falls by 3 pm the day of the al sale new books in the church li brary and in cooperation State University iowa Purpose of the meeting is to acquaint Garden Club members and the general public with sound civic develpoment prac tices All persons interested in the preservation and develop ment of beauty in outdoor areas are invited to attend Registration will open at 830 and will continue until am Mrs James S Montgomery Larrabee state civic develop ment chairman will welcome enrollecs and the first meeting will start at Objectives of the civic development program will be outlined by Mrs J N Eiockett Marshafltown state president of the Federated Gar den Clubs of Iowa Inc Ben Vance associate profes lor of horticulture Iowa Stale University will explain a pro posed new program of civic de velopment Civic projects and garden clubs will be the topic of Mrs H J Fishman Cherokee critic and instructor in land scape schools The role of the landscape architect in private practice will be discussed by Okla landscape design chair man of the National Council of State Garden Clubs Inc He will speak on thc relationship of landscape design study courses to civic development Rucker is an expert in camps planning and development roadside im provement and most recently was landscape architects design committee chairman for the New York Worlds Fair Afternoon meetings will start at 1 wilh a representative of SearsRoebuck to outline activ ities of Scars in civic develop ment Zoning will be the topic of John Fitxsimmons professor of landscape architecture and former head of the department of landscape architecture at Iowa State University Harold Dolling Ames road side improvement engineer for the Iowa Slate Highway Com mission will speak on roadside parks John Stokes state fores ter Iowa Conservation Commis sion will be thc final speaker of thc afternoon with a talk on con servation A discussion and cof fee session from 3 to 4 pm will close the daylong conference HOUSE AND HOUSEHOLD AUCTION Of the Aley Kottman Estate on SATURDAY MARCH 6 1965 Thornton Iowa Across The Street From Methodist Church DESCRIPTION OF HOUSE 5 room home with 2 porches full bath with part basement Also household goods and furniture LEONARD WIEMANN Auctioneer Pirit Stair Hank Thornton Clerk Terms JIIV down Balance when clrar title li urnlsheri The Health Spa Eva Gilberfsort Registered Masseuse SCIENTIFIC SWEDISH HAND MASSAGE AND STEAM BATHS By Appointment Only Call FL 73481 Clear Lake Iowa On Highway 106 Across from the Methodisr Camp Change area meeting to March 12 at Lake CLEAR LAKE The area meeting for school superintend ents and secretaries scheduled for Thursday at Clear Lake was postponed until March 12 at pm in the high school Littlo Theater Room Information will be given on stale department reports according to Supl E 0 Berge Start Savin g Hei Ail Prices Effective 3 P M Thursday Through Salurdav INiirht DIAPER PAIL Polyethylene White Blue or Pink 16 Quart With Cover and Deodorant 1 Special Low Price 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