Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 28, 1964 · Page 22
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<\ Glotw-Guiefite, M*»en city, it. HANDIWRAP Betty Baker PITTED DATES JELL-0 (All Flavors ) PUMPKIN Lucky Whip TOPPING KLEENEX Facial Tissue 4 400 Count Boxes $1 .00 Folder's COFFEE 3 Pound Can S2.49 Country Kitchen SYRUP 4c Off £,£,* 45c Brown Co I Ion CHORE GLOVES Pair . . 35c NORTH IOWA FOOD STORES Listed Below For These Specials! PRICES EFFECTIVE MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY AREDALE GENERAL STORE READ GROCERY Aredalo Mason City CAMPBELL GROCERY THOMPSON GROCERY Dougherty, Iowa Rudd WELLERS GROCERY Rock Falls Read the Want Ads for ProfiH-423-4270 HOME ON LEAVE — Richard J. Meinders, seaman recruit, is home on Christmas leave from Ihe Navy Training Center, San Diego, Calif. He will return to San. Diego to complete his training. He is a member of the Navy Blue Jacket Choir at the training center. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H. Meinders, 126 Prospect Drive, Clear Lake. He entered the service Nov. G. 150 in initial domestic corps WASHINGTON (AP) — The director of the new domestic peace corps has received 4,500 applications, but the program will get under way with only 150 volunteers In the first training class. Director Glen W. Ferguson of the Volunteers in Service to America — VISTA — said each candidate would be given preliminary screening and training and then would be sent to an impoverished area for four to six weeks. By that time, Ferguson said, the volunteer should be able to decide for himself whether he i qualified for the work. New Year's services set for churches CLEAR LAKE — Pastors and youth groups of several Clear Lake churches will conduct services in observance of the New Year. Some of the observances are scheduled for Thursday evening and others for Friday morning. A formal candlelight Communion service will be conducted New Year's Eve from 7 to 8 by Dr. John DeLong at the Methodist Church. Special music will be sung by the choir. The Zion Lutheran Church will have a New Year's Eve candlelight service at 7:30. The youth of the church will be in charge. The program will include a skit and special music. Two New Year's Day-Masses will be said Friday morning at 8:30 and 10:30 at St.' Patrick's Catholic Church. The Rev. J. J. Buzynski and the Rev. Thomas McAndrew will say the Masses, in observance of the Octave of the Nativity of Our Lord. The Rev. Richard McCandless will be in charge of Holy Eucharist services New Year's Day at 10 at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. The service will be in celebration of the New Year. A Watch Night service is scheduled at 9:30 New Year's Eve at the Evangelical Free Church. The service will be fol* lowed by a social hour, according to Pastor Harold McGowan. Clear Lake calendar TUESDAY Drivers' license examiners, Police Station, 8 a.m.-3:45 p.m. Do Your Bit Club, holiday dinner, families as guests, Halford's Cafe, 12:30 p.m. Youth Banquet, 7th through 12th grades, college students, servicemen as guests, Zion Lutheran Church, 6 p.m. HAPPY -MEW TO ALL J'KOM TOM" AND ALL EMPLOYES AT LAKE RED OWL! ICE FISHING AT THE LAKE — An ice fisherman huddles on the ice to/ward off the'cold wind as he fishes near the channel on Clear Lake at Mclntosh Woods State Park. Weekend fishing brought out hundreds of fishermen who'tried their luck for yel- low bass. The fish were biting well Saturday and most of Sunday m'orning, with -the bass being caught- by the bucketsful. A few northerns and walleyes also were reported caught. There were an estimated 300 fishermen near the channel Sunday afternoon. 700 honor Hills at 50th anniversary CLEAR LAKE—Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hill were honored by 100 friends and relatives at open house Sunday at the IOOF Home for their 50th wedding anniversary. The program included a short talk by the Rev. James Miller, Bristow, who officiated at the wedding ceremony at the bride's home north of Clear Lake. It was the first marriage he performed. Granddaughters Marilyn, Joleen and Janice Waltzing, 'Belmond, sang, and Candace and Jeannine Hoffland, Cresco, sang a duet. Charlene Suntken accompanied at the piano. Mrs. Bert Sandry, Fosston, Minn., sister of Mr. Hill, poured coffee, while a niece, Mrs. Beryl Raymond, Floyd, served punch. FEW CONSUMERS A recent study disclosed-that only 500,000 of Eduador's four million persons coiild, be classified as consumers under normal economic standards. ClOSEO YEAR'S] DAY Red Owl Insured RIB STEAKS Red Owl Insured SIRLOIN Red Owl Insured T-Bono niul Vorlcrliousc STEAKS Red Owl Insured ROUND PATTERSON JEWELRY Diamond Experts SINCE 1886 Certified Gemoloqists CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Awards to 283 at Iowa State AMES .-^ Merit scholarships and awards totaling $53,305 have been presented to 283 Iowa State University students for the winter and spring quarters. Scholarships of $230 went to 192 students. Three students received $115 scholarships to cover one quarter. Awards of $100 were made to 88 students. Financial need is not a factor in se lection of recipients for the $100 awards, but is considered in se lecting recipients. To qualify, the students must be enrolled full time and have completed at least one quarter at Iowa State. They must have averaged at least 2.5 (C-plus) in the previous quarter or have averaged at least 2.5 during their college career. North Ibwans who have received these awards include Ronald W. Brass, Ackley; Nicki G. Killius, Belmond; Sandra L. Hirsch and Douglas P. Watsch- ke, Charles City; Wayne D. Ellingson, Decorah; Elaine S. Vance, Floyd; Alan D. Anderson, Forest City; Karen B. Blankenship, Gait. Janet K. Fiddick, Greene; Lyle W. DeGarmo and Carolyn R. Mott, Mason City; Christine A. Junghluth and Dennis W. Rabe, New Hampton; James R. Young, Osage; Duwayne L. Hansen, Ringsted; Ronald W. Theobald, Stacyville; Kathleen Eden, Titonka. NAMED AFTER MINES Salzburg, Austria, derives its name from the salt mines in the area. Mrs. George Fish dies; Rites planned CLEAR LAKE — Mrs. George Fish, 84, Route 1, died early Sunday morning "at her farm home seven miles south of Clear Lake. She had been ill several weeks. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Ward Funeral Home with Dr. John DeLong of the Methodist Church officiating. Graveside services will be in Highland Memory Gardens, Des Moines, at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Addie Adell May 15, 1880, Fish was born the daughter of Don and Stella (Ryan) Pingree near Fairbanks, attend ing schools there. She was married to George Fish May 21, 1896, at Independence. For several years they farmed near Fairbanks. They homesteaded in Colorado in 1906, went to Kansas in 1909 and returned to Buchanan County in 1912. In 1923 they moved to a farm near Mellen, Wis., then went to Dallas County where they farmed from 1934 until his death in 1953. Mrs. Fish moved to the Clear Lake farm in Survivors are three son*; Don and Virgil, Clear Lake, arid Edwin, Lacona; three daughters, Mrs. Earl (Mildred) Hanson, Knoxville; Opal Pappas, Clear Lake, and Mrs. Wilbur (Vir-i ginia) Davis, Des Moines. One Pappas, was grandparents Clear Lakers set Feb. 7 reunion in Long Beach CLEAR LAKE — The Clear Lake get-together will be held Feb. 7 at the Houghton Park Clubhouse in Long Beach Calif. The clubhouse at 6301 Myrtle Ave. has been the scene of the reunion for transplanted Clear Lakers living in California and those who are on vacation. The potluck dinner is scheduled at 12:30 p. m. Britt driver pays reckless driving fine CLEAR LAKE — Richard Thomas Savoy, Britt, Sunday paid a fine of $50 and costs in Jess Butdeman's Justice Court on charges of reckless driving. Savoy was arrested Dec. 19 by Clear Lake Savoy's car west on Highway 18 from N. 8th St. in a reckless manner at high speeds. It nearly collided head- on with another car and went back and-forth across the highway several times. HOLIDAY LEAVE. BRITT — Marine Cpl. Louis Schleuger, who is stationed, at San Diego, Calif., is home for the holiday season, visiting his parents, the Louie Schleugers. grandson, Gus reared in his home. Also surviving are two brothers, Grover Pingree, Wadena, Minn., and Harry Pingree, Oelwein; one sister, Elva Games, Hazelton; 11 grandchil- police, who said was being driven dren and 9 great-grandchildren. Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by one daughter in infancy, two brothers and two sisters. She was a member of the Methodist Church Women's Society of Christian Service and was an honorary member of the Sing and Sew Club. Red Owl Insured GROUND 1C Flovoree SLICED BACON Morr ell's PORK SAUSAGE 00 ILb. Rolls Harvest Quoen TOMATO JUICE $1.00 Brimfull TOMATOES 7 Can? $1.00 Rod POTATOES 10B°a u ; d 69c Frosh Crisp CARROTS 1 Pound Cello lOc Nabisco Snack CRACKERS Pkg. Chocolate Covered CHERRIES lib. Box Brimfull DRINKS Orange—Grape—Punch si.oo Oz. Twin Pack Box POTATO Red Owl Apple SAUCE Old Fashioned BIX MIX Package (Jraliams CLEAR LAKE Appion Way PIZZA 16 Oz. Jars 00 Regular Package 35c BLUE BONNET Colored Quarters OLEO Red Owl PRETZELS 4 1-Pound Packages $1.00 11 Oz. Box . .. Fleur While- Pink—Yellow FACIAL TISSUES 6 400 100 Count • "w Boxes £ 7-UP COKE 2 King Size AQ 6 Packs OifC -«*»*_ k: . . . SAVE!.. LOW, LOW YEAR-ENR PRICES ON PREMIUM QUALITY PEPPERELL SHEETS & CASES! Prices Good Thru Sun,, Ian. 3 Creamett* MACARONI 7 Oz. ' Package 5c WHO GIVES A HOOT ABOUT YOU? RED OWL THAT'S WHO-o-o-o-o-o! HI-WAY 1.8 CLEAR LAKE BLEACHED MUSLIN First quality snowy white Pepperell muslin sheets. 72x108 or twin fitted 81x108 or full fitted 42x36 pillow cases 1.78 $1.91 41c SUPERFINE MUSLIN high count, top quality fine muslin Pepperell sheets. 72x108 or twin fitted 81x108 or full fitted 42x36 pillow cases PASTEL SOLID COLORS lovely soft colors to match any decor. Choose from Blue, Pink, Green, Maize, Rose, Orchid. 81x108 or full frtt*d 42x36 pillow cosen 2.47 57c LADY PEPPERELL PERCALE utmost luxury and long wear in firye soft percale sheets. 81x108 or full fitted 42x36 pillow cases 2.27 $2.37 57c 2.77 S2c New, new beautiful prints in Rose Symphony, Rose Romance prints, or very new Polka Dot prints. 81*108 M 77 or full fitted ^£. / I 42*36 pillow cam

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