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16 D«c. T4, m 19M Glob«.GaHrt«, M»ton City, la. High school cage games • TUESDAY GAMES Hampton at Clarion. Wtbsler City at Eagle drove. 'West Union at Oelweln. nrltt at Norlhwood. Hampton *t Greene (clrli). Ventura at North Central ((Irli). Nashua at Frederlcltsburf. Lincoln-Central al Rlnftlrd. Sentrai at Thompson. WpdenlCrystal Lake at Tllonka. ,KIe>ter, Minn., at Rake. Bancroft St. John's at Swea City. Northeast Hamilton at Dow,. Lansing St. George at Charles Clly Greene boys, Allison girls both undefeated GREENE — Greene and Alii- son-Bristow split a basketball dpubleheader here Saturday night. The Greene boys ran their record to 5-0 for the season with u 71-52 triumph after leading 36-26 at halftimc. Bruce Fisher led the winners with 17 points while Wayne Busma had 12 for the losers. The Allison girls, now 8-0, won the opener 67-55 after a thin 30-28 halftimc margin. Ellen Mosher had 33 )oints for Allison and Marge Marsh was high for Greene with 19. The loss was the first for he Greene girls in eight games. They clash in final game Patriots last hurdle for Buffalo in drive to title Eagle Grove beats Clear Lake 66-62 By BOE GREEN Associated Prett Sports Writer The Bu/faio Bills are one small step closer to the Ameri can Football Division title, League Eastern but there's one huge hurdle left—the Boston Patriots. The Bills, who would have Prices Good Until 3 O'clock Wednesday 12th and RHODE ISLAND 424-2525 Store Hours: 8:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.Ml BOTH STORES CLOSED EVERY SUNDAY 1323 NORTH FEDERAL 423-8211 STORE HOURS MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 8:30 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M. DAILY BAKERY SPECIALS For Your Family Or For A Gift - Try GRUPPS Golden Fruii Cake 79c To $4.98 The In Town Chock Vnll Of Fruit And Nuls BOXED COOKIES ......... 99c Box FRENCH — , -^ _ DOUGHNUTS 6 25 Country Fresh EGGS Grade A Medium Marigold - All Flavors i / ••• ^^ Ice Cream 79 C Monarch Short'ng Lb. Can 69 C New Crop Walnuts 39 C Ib MARK W!! Decker's CANADIAN BACON . . . By The Piece Or Chunk 79 Swiff's Gift Wrapped CANNED HAMS • • Lb. Can Decker's Canned CANADIAN BACON . .. Lb. Can ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS POULTRY EARLY FOR FINEST SELECTION emained in the running regard- ess of the outcome of their ame with Denver, improvec heir position slightly Sunday with a 30-19 victory. That gives t h t m an 11 ecord to Boston's 10-2-1. By eating Denver the Bills now eed only a tie with the Patriots n the final game of the regular cason Sunday to clinch the title nd a spot in the championship ;ame against the San Diego Chargers. The Patriots, idle last week, eat Buffalo 36-28 earlier this cason and now have a five ame winning streak going. Buffalo quarterback Daryle amonica was the prime mover i Wie Bills' triumph over Dener, passing for one touchdown nd running for two. Kansas City shocked San Die- o, which had already clinched the West, 49-8, and Houston roke a nine-game losing string 3-17 over New York in the only ther AFL games scheduled. Lamonica got the Biffs started Ith a 48-yard touchdown pass Ed Itutkowski, added another x points with a 23-yard scam- er and clinched it with a one- ard plunge after the Broncos ad pulled within four points at 3-19. Veteran Len Dawson put on a iectacular passing display for he Chiefs In the rout of San iego, completing 17 of 28—in- udlng his first 11—for 220 ards. Rookie halfback Sid Blanks an for three touchdowns for the ilers, who handed New York s sixth straight road defeat. Newman jayvee, freshmen teams post victories Newman's junior varsity team fan 53-46 over Hampton and the reshman team beat Austin Pa- elll 50-39 in a pair of games layed Saturday at Newman's ym. Danny Upton had 18 points n the jayvee game to pace Newman, which was behind 25-20 at nlftime. Patton had 12 to lead lampton. In the freshman ame, Rich Wolf topped Newman scoring with 17 points. COWBOY WRESTLERS AKE TOP HONORS LINCOLN, Neb. IM-O k 1 a loma State University wrestlers collected all the top honors in .he third great plains AAU wrestling tournament Saturday night. Iowa had two men in he finals but both lost. DARYLE LAMONICA —Keys Bills' win Upper Iowa carries 5-0 cage mark By The Associated Press Upper Iowa, winner of all Ive of its basketball games this season and standing 3-0 in the owa Conference, is off on a ough road trip this week. The Peacocks, who beat x>ras 88-82 Saturday, play con- 'erence champ Luther Tuesday, Dubuque Thursday, and will be n the Westmar - Northwestern doubleheader over the weekend. Luther, with one victory and our losses, will have a return match ^with visiting Upper Iowa Tuesday and goes to Buena Vista Wednesday. Iowa Wesleyan, at 3-1 stand- ng second in the Iowa Conference after a 101-81 defeat of Wartburg (1-3) Saturday, will be at St. Ambrose Tuesday and at Graceland Thursday. Midwest Conference leader toe, standing 3-0 overall and 2-0 in the league, is the only other unbeaten Iowa college .earn. Coe is idle until Dec. 2930, when it will be host to a clinic featuring Coe vs. Buena Vista and Cornell vs. Upper Iowa opening night, with foes switched the next night. State college of Iowa lost to Southern Illinois 67-48 Saturday night. The Panthers will be home Friday to play North Dakota to open defense of their North Central Conference title. SCI stands 2-2 while North Dakota has won its last four games and is 5-2. •y CHARLIS W. WALK 'North Iowa N«w« Director EAGLE GROVE— The Eagle Grove Eagles showed their talons early and then had to fight for their feathery lives against a rampaging pride of Lions from Clear Lake here Saturday night. When it was all over, the high- lying Eagles had won 66-62 to take over undisputed .poisession of first, place in the red-hot Worth Central Conference basketball scramble. The> victory was tho sixth without a setback for coach Joe Rupp's Eagles, including four in loop play. This was the first loss in four league tilts for the Lions of coach Gary Boeyink, and only their second defeat in six games :his season. The Eagles' started out Saturday night like they were going to chase- Clear Lake out of ;he gym. With forward Dave Stauffer and clever center Brad Hanson leading the way, they spurted to a 27-16 lead at the end of the first quarter. Stauffer, who made a habit of getting clutch buckets for the Eagles all night, had nine points in the opening period and Hanson, Eagle Grove's rebounding leader against the taller Lions, added eight. Forward Tom Anderson kept the Lions from be- ng completely annihilated in he first period by hitting four long fielders from the corner and adding two free throws for 10 points. CU«r Lik* started to make a move in the second period. With Anderson adding three more ong shots and guard Don Anderson chipping in with a couple of baskets from out front, he Lions outscored the Eagles .2-9 111 the SPpnnH npT*irwl fr\ nn *-*, ** AAA W4C OdUlJtl £jCL ll/U \i\J KO off the floor trailing 36-28 at half time. Eagle Grove expanded its lead to 41-31 early in the third quarter before the Lions again started to move. Big Doug Grabinski tossed in four fielders in the last 3V4 minutes of the third Miriod to Dull thp pnnfovt oi/on ~v.*~wu vv. £«U4^ Vl&C ^UlllCOl CVCll at 46-46 with 40 seconds remain- ng in the quarter. Stauffer, lowever, hit a short jumper just sefore the period ended to give the Eagles a 48-4* lead going into the final eight minutes. The Lakers never got even again. Three times they pulled within a point at 48-48, 51-50 and 53-52, but each time, the Eagles shut them off from taking the load 1C flU. Finally, reserve guard Bruce Pauls hit his only basket of the evening with 5V4 minutes to go to /make the count 58-52 and Eagle Grove went into its control game. The Lions closed to within four twice more, but Stauffer and Hanson answered with buckets to stop any rally. Stauffer paced a balanced Eagle Grove attack, which saw four starters in double figures, by potting 20 points. Hanson added 16 and Paul Greenberg and Fritz Wooster had 14 and 10, respectively. Offensively, however, the star of the game was Clear Lake's Tom Anderson. Drawing Oohs and Ahs from the partisan crowd all night with his out-shooting, Anderson led all scorers with 28 points. He had 12 baskets, all but one of which were from far out. Doug Grabinski, the Lions leading scorer through the first five games, was held to four points in the first half, but came back with 14 in the final two periods for a total of 18 for the night. Eagle Grove made a sweep of the two Saturday night games by taking the preliminary sophomore tilt 36-32 in overtime. Eagle Grove led 20-15 at halftime, but Clear Lake tied it up 32-all at the end of regulation play. The boxscore: CLEAR LAKE— « TO FT PF TP T. Anderson . . . . 12 4-5 4 •* Grattlnskl . . 7 4.3 4 jg Warren 3 (MI 2 6 D. Anderson 4 0-1 0 8 Morisky 1 0.2 4 2 Winkle r . . o o-O 1 0 TOTALS Z7 S-14 is <2 E. GHOVE— «8 FG FT PF Tp Sianffer 7 9.9 x JQ Greenberg 5 44 3 14 Hmnson g 4.4 3 15 Wooster 5 A^o i JQ Gearbari .. 2 fl-1 4 4 Pauls 1 4-0 3 jj TOTALS it 14-X2 IS 64 Score by sjuariarsi CLEAR LAKE 1« 2g 4( (2 EAGLE GKOVE tl M 4g M Legal notices Iowa law requires th»t the residents of this area be notified of eertiirt legal proceedings. Certain individuals, as well as groups, may have a personal Interest In the notification. Often the publication is the only public notice. To keep well Informed, readers should check carefully the notices which appear under this heading. Kanawha splits with Crystal Lake KANAWHA—Kanawha split a pair of non-conference games Saturday night, losing in the boys game 67-48 and winning the girls contest 57-41. Denny Eliason led the Kanawha boys with 17 points while Rich Ethrington had 23 for the winners Lois Sutdiff's 42 paced the Ka- NOW! Long Beach wins in Junior Rose Bowl AUDITOR'S MONTHLY REPORT CITY OF MASON CITY NOVEMBER 1964 Auditor's Cash Balance Oct. 31, 1964 .. Securities Owned Oct. 31, 1964 '. By The Associated Press The nation's top small-college ootbnll teams have wrapped up heir post-season activity, set- ing the stage for the major bowl activity that gets under vny Saturday with the Bluebonnet at Houston and the Liberty at Atlantic City, N.J. While the major college pow' rs continued preparations for their games, four NCAA regional college-divisions champions were crowned Saturday, Long Beach City College woa the national junior college crown by Junior College cage standings KMsn-nrth . BurllUf Ion Waldorf '.'..'.'. t'cntnrvlllr C, ronrtvlcw Clinton Fort nodffl Krokuk Webster C'ltjr F.ilhrtrrllle W. rot. I.DOO 1.000 i.ooo defeating Cameron, Okla., 8-6 in the Junior Rose Bowl and Soncordia, Minn., and Sam Houston State tied 7-7 in the NAIA Championship Bowl. The major bowl program that will last until the Senior Bowl Jan. 9 gets under way Saturday with Mississippi, 5-4-1, meeting Tulsa, 8-2-0, in the Bluebonnet Bowl while West Virginia, 7-3, tackles Utah, 8-2-0, in the Liber- „,.,„-.«. ,„ t....,.i ._ , DISBURSEMENTS ty Bowl. (General Government: m the NCAA regionais last S£ r H l .ir:::::::::-: * 7> K Saturday, East Carolina came office supplies ;..:::; 388 ; M Other Expenses 4,048.13 S 12.973.0S 1 .Hoi) t .Ml I .M7 3 .(WO S .300 •: .soo ..too .MK> .333 t MKHOII Cily I 4 .300 Cl«rlnd» o S .000 Knflr Grove 0 3 .000 Muirallne o I .000 «»tn«s this weeX: Monday—Lincoln, til., at Burllnftnn, Centervllle »t Wtntworth. Mo.. Fort Dodge at Klluwnrth. Estherrllle »t Worthington, Minn.. Waldorf at Rochester, Minn, i Tuesday—Musoatlne at Bur- llnclnu. Trenlon, Mo., at Clarlnda, Croslon at Keokuk. Webster Clly at K»»le Grove, Grandvlew al Marsh• Illowni Thornier—Creston al Cen- Irrvllle. Cllnlon »t M.nhnlltown, r.mmelaburg it Fort Dodge, Koo- Vuk «t Culver-Stockton Bi FrMar— Trenton. Mo, al Centerttlle. Ellsworth at Moberlr, Mo., Masen Clly • I \V*h«ler Clljri Saturday— Ells- wnrlh >1 nurllnitoni Ksile Drove • I K»th«rvllle, Masnn Oily at Em- metuburg. flrandTtew al Musoallne. Austin, Minn, al Waldorf. RECEIPTS Taxes — County Treasurer Other. Receipts: Cigarette Permit j Beer Permit! \" Rent or Sale of Municipal Property '. Other Office Receipts Clerk's Licenses Police Fines i Forfeitures Building Permits Electrical Permits Transfer — Liquor Profits State of Iowa—Road Use Tax .. .. Parkin* Meters m<n> Transfer — Debt Service 14,910 00 Sewer Rentals 10,196.33 Golf Course Employees Pension Assessments Interest on Securities Withholding Tax Deductions Library — Area Extension Special Assessments — Sa.nl Sewer .. Cemetery Cemetery — Perpetual Care .... Airport Library Waterworks ' $1,054,816.81 1,401,636.64 f2.456.4S3.4S $ 179,989.53 103?5 78 2. 69 113 00 5.060 92 1,22100 322 80 2S,OOo!oO 15,779 31 7 igg jg 3,655.79 6,248.63 7,540.27 2,048.63 983.22 2,624.18 512.00 2,843.53 129.69 49,766.73 228,602.37 408,587.90 Total to Account For $2,865,041.38 out on top in the East, Middle Tennessee State in the Mid- East, State College of Iowa in the Midwest and Montana State College in the West. East Carolina nipped Massachusetts 14-13 in the Tangerine Bowl at Orlando, Fla., driving 91 yards for a fourth quarter touchdown and getting the deciding points on Bill Cline's two-point conversion pass to Dave Bumgarner. Public Safety: Police Department j 20.394.41 Fire Department ,.., 19,054 II Bldg. Commissioner's Office 603 38 Electrical Insp. Office S6o'54 Plumbing Insp. Office 535.62 Street Department: lighting „ * 4J57.87 General Expense 5,436 98 Motor Equipment 2,760 02 Buildings ; 88*57 £« V «<J Streets 2,677isa Dirt Street* 2.454.39 Snow Removal 300.00 Improvements 57ie9 41,148.06 Ray Neal ran 99 yards for a touchdown with a recovered fumble as Middle Tennesseei""™^ 10 " 5 shut out Muskingum 20-0 in the Grantlnnd Rice Bowl at Murfreesboro, Tenn. And Montana State whipped Sacramento State 28-7 in the Camellia Bowl at Sacramento, Calif., as quarterback Foy McClung scored one touchdown and passed for another. Health and Sanitation: Garbage Collections ft Disposal $ g,I77 19 Sewers and Sewage Disposal 4,593 45 Health Department 2.251 20 Comfort Station 710^84 Grupps North Federal Food Center Will Close At 8 P.M. Wed., Dec. 16. WANTED MEN-WOMEN rrnm ages 18 !• U. Prewre new fur U.S. Ctrl! Stnrlee £• epm- Ings In this area luring Uie suit IS months. OoT*rnrn«m «4fHMis ». 7 as hlgk as IH3.00 *> BiMtk I* start. They provide m«ch greater security tkan private •mpUjmciit and excellent opportunity ler advaneeMc.iit. Many positions require little er ne spe- cialised education er experience. Hut to ret me «f these Jots. ye« must pass a lest. The eempetltlan Is k>«* tn4 In seme eases »nkjr one eut at five pess. lervlee has helpesl UIM- sanelf prepare fer these testa every year since 1M8. it Is e*e ef the largest aM eldest privately ewned eehe«te •* tie kind and is a*4 een- •eeled with the Government. Fer F»KC Mennalleei e* Osrern- men* )ehs. !*el«4hig list •{ pesl- tlens and salaries, till e«t eeeswn and aaali at M«e — TODAT. f»« will MM get f«ll details en hew yon can prepare yourself far these lest*. De*'l delay — ACT NOWt Hc» { 4.69751 Golf Course 11.7J3 M Municipal Band \ 439 43 Debt Service: Gen'l Obligation Bonds * Int S 208,540.50 Special Assessment Bonds-Int 3.069.00 Pensions and Retirement: ~~~ Policemen's Pension $ 2,013 33 Firemen's Pension 2,039 15 Waterworks Employees 50.00 Municipal Enterprises: Cemetery f Library ..I.................'.'..'.'. Library — Area Extension Library — Trust Funds Waterworks: Pumplnj Distribution Commercial and Collections Administration and General Salable Service and Other 3J7J.71 4,674.68 7,134 s 4.55 $ 13.172.41 3,427.48 2,679.22 1 ,539.83 4,188.97 Miscellaneous Funds: Street Construction $ 23,389 19 Parking Lots and Meters 26,108 20 Sewer Rental SI,250 00 Withholding Tax Remittance 7!«a50 Liquor Profits JS.OOO'oO Waterworks Sinking To Water Auditor's Cash Balance November 30, 1M4 Securities Owned November 30, 1964 .... Total to Account For 18,390.20 $ 13,732.69 15.860.71 211.609.50 4.122.30 12,7*0.40 28,007.93 144.fl30.tt $ 312455.33 * ro.223.64 1.4M.3151.31 24S2.4U.43 *2.t*3,041.tt LINCOLN SERVICE, D«pt. J3D Pokln, Illinois ' "" * "" h lnter « lt « d - "•• «•« aheel.l.ly FKF.K o.u.m . i. to ejualUy fer a U.S. Nam* Sfre«r City Pherw OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFOKE THE IOWA STATE COMXEKCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF CERRO GORDO COUNTY. IOWA: DwaliM Dumniett, DBA Xhimmctt Tranaport Service, Sheldon, Iowa, transferor and DummeU Transport «e» > tee. Inc.., Sbeldan, Iowa, transfers*, bave filed a joint application with tfeo Corn- mlasjlon lor Ki approval ot th« lr»»»f fer o< Liquid Transport Carrier Certt- Hcale No. LCJ. which auUioetMi op- •ralloiw as a IKfuid transport carrier between all points In the StaU «t low*. The Commission has Iked Tuoeday, F. C. D«SART, City Auditor January 12, 1WS. ten (]«:M> •'eioct I a.m. at ttn office In DC* MetiMe. Iowa. M "me and place, fer PUbBc hearing IB th« above docketed apvUcatiesu " IOWA «TATX COMMIRCK COMM1WION WaMo F. WlMtar. CfcsSFau. Frank B. Mean*, Cocnmiaetoocr J. Kartta, Co ATTKSTt J«Mt*i J. Were**. Dated at Des MoiiM*. Iowa, ] 30. 1K4. . No. DLC-J44 awha girU, who led 38-B g| alfttmc. Linda Hanna and Shirey Steffeo each had 15 for Wo- ea-Crystal Lake. FILET MIGNON $|50 • Potatoes • Salad • Coffee • Hot Loaf of Bread — at the — TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT —Every Eytning-r- Nest Te Yeukersi PALACEUAK ISc til 5; Then $1.06 Ends Wednesday! KU M RSTH-sWI Of Hi KST-SEUH Mr. Also: Color Cartoon SURFER LOUNGE SURF BALLROOM — Clear Lake. Iowa REMODELING COMPLETED All Seating Has An Excellent View Of The Stage Delightful Atmosphere The Response So Great For THE POM POMS We're Holding Over Till Xmas Weekend. Lounge Opens At Noon Daily Entertainment Starts At 8:30 Nightly Do You Plan To Be With Us New Years Eve? If So Get Your Tickets. Going Out Fast, Selling To Seating Capacity Only. Will Have New Years Favors For You. $1.00 Per Person. FREE GIFT (While Supply Lasts) With Each PIZZA ORDER Just Ask For It! —AT— JOHN'S MISTER PIZZA 30—2nd Street N. E. Phone 423-4313 For Pizza Delivery II Starring r Miss Vicki Taylor Pius Eddie Randall & the Downbeats • Dancing • Cocktails • Entertainment LEON'S 23-25 Isf N.E. SURF BALLROOM FL 7-2419 or 7-2748 — Clear Lake, Iowa FRIDAY, DEC. 18th ANDY DOLL And His Fine Band Sat., D«c. l»th—9 to 12:30 DICK CHAFFEE And His 10-Piece Orchestra PLAN NOW TO ATTEND BIG HOLIDAY DANCING TUESDAY, Dec. 22nd — 8:00 to 12:00 ' COLLEGIATE SPECIAL JAY and THE AMERICANS The Kloaeri — Roy Haven — Admiasion $ 1.50 FRIDAY, Dec. 25th — Christmas Night LEO GRECO and PIONEERS Don't Forget Your Christmas Bonus Cards SATURDAY, Dec. 26th — 8:00 to 12:00 COLEGIATE NIGHT — TWO BANDS DENNY and The DYNAMICS THE RAVONS — Roy Hav.n From KRIB 75c Before 8:30 — $1.00 After 8:30 WEDNESDAY, Dec. 30ih — 8:30 to 12:30 COLLEGIATE. NEW YEAR'S PARTY . THE CASUALS Hat*—Hwn*— Balloons— Nelsc-Maktrs R«m«mb«r Dick and DM D«« — P»ul and Paula ThU It Th« Bind. — Admltilon $1.25 NEW YEAR'S EVE CELEBRATE THE GALA EVENT ALLEN WELSH and ORCH. HATS—HORNS—BLOWOUTS—NOISE-MAKERS Advanced Admiukwn Which Includes Checking and Searlnf, fl M — Ni«ht ef Dance, $2.00 FREE HOT DOGS and COFFEE New Year's Night - ANDY DOLL and Band

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