Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 16, 1964 · Page 24
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Wednesday, December 16, 1964
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PATTERSON JEWELRY YOUR Dwmtnm Experts SINCE 1886 Corliiied Gomoloejisth CLEAR LAKE. IOWA 24 D.e. 14, News of neighbors around Clear Lake B«U Omfcron Ch«pt«r «f B«f« Sigma Phi Sorority met for a Christmas dinner party Tuesday evening at Grethen House. Afterwards, gifts were ex changed in the homo of Mrs. Larry Scott. Plans were made for a bake sale Saturday morn ing in Easter's. ALL CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS Wrappings Cards Candles PRICE WITKE'S GIFTS & CANDIES North Shore — Clear Lake Reserv* your Htrb tretd and Fruit Dressing at Grethen House for your holiday gather ing.—(Adv.). Home made Fudge, Pinoche, Peanut Brittle, Divinity, Fruit Cakes at Witke's Gift Shop.— (Adv.). Alan Hughe* has arrived home from Carlcton College, Northfield, Minn., where ho is a freshman, to spend a three-week vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Hughes. Select and lay away your Christmas sweater at Grelhcn House,—(Adv.). Good selection of Easy Chairs fn hcautiful decorator colors at Wilcox Furniture.—(Adv.). ' Mrj. Edwin Estergard was lostesa to ftuchol Circle Tuesday evening with Mrs. Alex speaker giving dcvolions and (Iclcn Sorlic, the lesson. May Holmes read a /itory, "The >oss Hchind The Tree." A Jhristmas box was prepared for .he circle's two honorary members. Mrs. Carroll Bconon is the January hostess. Your Casual Shirt Bar at Orctlien House offers you oxfords, dacrons, silks and mad- r;i,s in your favorite styles — (Adv.). Will do ironing. Ft. 7-4024. (Adv.). David Zirbel, a Clear Lake Hi«h School junior, underwent an appendectomy Tuesday al Mercy Hospital. He is recovering satisfactorily in Room 427, according to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Zirbel, Swaledale. Entire sfocic of Lamps . .. floor, table and pole, 20% ofi 'til Christmas! Wilcox Furniture.—(Adv.). For Sale: 3 bedroom home. Lot 68x132 ft. Leaving town. B. Pctcrscn. FI, 7-2216. Wanted: 1957 or '58 Ch«v., ilcan, by owner only. Call after !. FL 7-2775.—(Adv.). Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Knutson will leave Thursday for their home in Tucson, Ariz., after a 10-day visit with his mother, Mrs. George Knutson. They came for her birthday Dec. 0. Singing Canaries. Lulla Cum- minus. FL 7-4678, Clear Lake.— (Adv.). For top grade beef quarters at rea.s. prices call VA 9-2881. Ventura Locker.—(Adv.). The Woman's Club art class svill meet Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Robert Clausen instead of with Mrs. Herbert Schram. Classes will Jan. 7 in the home of Mrs. Robert McCrackin. Christmas Tree Holders, reg. $1.95, just $1.10 at Miller's.— (Adv.). For Sale: Pr. men'* black figure ice skates size 9. A-l condition. FL 7-3468.—(Adv.). William Nichols, Atlanta, Ga., arrived Tuesday to visit a few days with his mother, Mrs. Ray Nichols, North Shore. For Sale: Lady's seal fut shortie coat, excel, cond. See a 129 Fletcher Dr.—(Adv.). Mrs. Matt Olson entered Mercy Hospital Tuesday for care and treatment. She is in Room 340. Celebrating 30 years of bus! ness—Plan to have coffee with us Sat. aft. and eve. Bob Nich ol's.—(Adv.). Progress Study Club me Monday with Mrs. L. E. Ash land. Miss Catharync Chambers program chairman, introducec Mrs. Harold Thompson who spoke and displayed her collec tion of Madonnas. A cookie exchange was featured. Mrs. Arthur Krchs will be hostess Jan 11. Congratulations to Mrs. Or ville Stincharl, Route 2, Clear meet every Thursday starting Lake, our "Operation Santa Glaus" winner. Watch her on TV Channel 3 Sat. 5 p.m. as she competes for the big cash prizes. Clear Lake Bank anc Trust Co.—(Adv.). Eleven members of St. Ann's Circle of St. Patrick's Guild a Monday evening at the Ritz Club fora Christmas supper and party. Lillian Cary was a guest. Following a gift ex change, bridge and 500 were played. Sorority gives to Christmas funds CLEAR LAKE—Members o Phi Sigma Alpha Sorority and guests attended a Christmas party and gift exchange Tues day evening in the home o. Mrs. Ralph Henry. Following a brief business meeting, cour whist was played. Contribu Uons of $5 each were voted to the Civic League Christmas basket fund, the Christmas Cheer Fund, Mason City, anc the Salvation Army. TO YOUR FOOD BUDGET ORDER NOWI CHRISTMAS POULTRY Turkeys, Geese, Ducks Capons & Hens Fresh Ludcfisk, Lefie, Lingonberrics 1 Lb. Troy Decker's Tall Korn SLICED Bacon Decker's lowana Smoked PICNICS 6 to 8 Lb. Average.. Lb. U.S. CHOICE ROUND U.S. CHOICE BONELESS RUMP OUR LEAN PURE GROUND BEEF Register For FREE TOYS! One Candy Fashion DOLL One Jimmy Jet DISPLAY Drip or Regular IIITTTKHNIJT COFFEE 2 Lb. Can With $5.00 Order JENSEN FRESH $139 < HI \>ii HY I BUTTER Ib. 59 Philadelphia Cream Jiffy Ass'r Cheese %£ 29c Cake MixesS Pk9! 59c Fresh Pitted Dates Shurfrcsh Oleo Shurfirtc Kidney 35c Beans 10 $1 Marios Stuffed — Rcfrig. Jar 3 IB.. 59c Olives 3 ta $1 Tot Fabric 6 con, $1 Softener Campbell's Soups Shurfinc —Sections Shurftnc Crisp Grapefruit 4 c,,, $1 Saliincs Marigold All Flavors ICE CREAM 33 Os. Lb. Box 39c 19c Extra Large Nave! ORANGES Doz. 59 Ocean Spray CRANBERRIES P.D.Q. Frozen SHRIMP Cello Z%lC 69c Xousc Stamps CANDY CANE««« Half Gallon 79 C Super Market FREE DELIVERY MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY UPTOWN - CLEAR LAKE FREE PARKING IN REAR ON LEAVE—Dennis Luscomb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Luscomb, Route 3, Clear Lake, has reported for duty with the U.S. Navy and will go to the Naval Communications Station in the Canal Zone. Luscomb entered the service in February and has completed com munications technician school at Pensacola, Fla. He is a 1963 graduate of Ventura High School and attended Upper Iowa University, Fayette. He spent a three-week leave with his parents. "*»• **., * *i5^l LIONS' SANTA—Old Saint Nick makes his "scheduled appearance Wednesday noon in Witke's Cafe with sacks of fruit, nuts, candy and popcorn balls for all the children and small guests of Lion members for their annual Chris Unas party. Santa welcomes all the kiddies and tells them it is his seventh visit to the Lions Club since taking: over the official duty. Lions hold Yule party for children CLEAR LAKE — Lions Club members were hosts to their children and other young friends at an annual children's Christ- nas party Wednesday noon in Witke's Restaurant. Following the welcome by president Harlen Reid, (he jroup was led in Christmas cards by Ludvig Wangberg, with Mrs. B. B. Bailey as accompa- list on the piano. A Christmas dinner was serv- d to 103 children, after which ianta Glaus distributed sacks of| reats. The invocation was by he Rev. Arthur Krebs, Congre- ational Church pastor. Nativity Scene in Triangle Park has added lighting CLEAR LAKE—The Nativity Scene, which is in Triangle Park on 7th Ave. N. this year, has added lighting throug~h the courtesy of the Interstate Power Co. '' ; , ' The scene is sponsored by .Xi Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. The committee, Mrs. Jack Kennedy, Mrs. Jay Grimm, Mrs. Burgess Petersen and Mrs. Robert Denney, was assisted by husbands' in placing the scene- Christmas trees, for added greenery, were given by Easter's Super Valu, Jensen's Super Market and the Red Owl store. Several strings of lights were placed in trees next to the scene making it brightly lighted at night. The police department turns the lights on and off for the sorority. The scene features life-size figures of weatherproof materials. Danish children's party is Saturday CLEAR LAKE — The annual Danish Brotherhood Christmas party for children will be held Saturday at 8 p.m. in the IOOF Hall. Santa Glaus will be present to distribute gifts to the children. The committee includes Ken Mortensen, Robert Wrisbterg, Warren-Petersen and Thorvald Sorensen. MANY SCOUTS There are almost 10 million. Boy Scouts in the nations of the free world. Gold Bond Stamps California Crisp PASCAL CELERY Jumbo Slalk 15 U. S. No. 1 Southern. YAMS 3 pounds Land 'O Lakes Grade "A' SUPER VALU TURKEYS 20 to 24 ,Pounds Land 'O Lakes Grade "A' TURKEYS 10 to 14 Pounds LB. Del Monte CATSUP Libby's 14 Oz. Bottle I 5C PUMPKIN 303 Can 10c C & H Powdered or Brown SUGAR Ocean Spray Strained or Whole CRANBERRY SAUCE De! Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL Philadelphia CREAM CHEESE EASTER'S CLEAR LAKE DICK SCOTT, Manager . . . 1 Pound Box 16 Oz. Can 10c 19c 2 3P £ 25c Flavorile Frozen Reel RASPBERRIES or STRAWBERRIES 4—10 Oz. Pkcs 89 Flavorile Frozen 1 lavorne frozen ^^ -^ PUMPKIN PIES 9Q 8-IncH Size Eaeli™" *J C SUPER VALU

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