The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on November 29, 1958 · Page 6
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 6

Austin, Minnesota
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Saturday, November 29, 1958
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6 AUIHN (Minn.) HtPAtD Volunteers Help Save Community BSAVKR, Altlkl (Af») - TbU Wtit Afen« emit tOtt|« Is more tool end hippy than it hu been for yean beeaote friendly church warhiri from an parti of the United State* •niwered iti appeal for help. A work eamp ef the American Frlendi Benrioe Committee made • summer job of rehublUUUng the p community, mainly through building log cabins. Bearer, founded in 1010 by • JftpineM trader, was orlfinany a point of aupply on the Yukon River for the Chandalar gold mlnee, Oold mining declined. The com- munlty turned to trapping, fur price* dropped. Tuberculous sapped the people's etrength. In recent years the village has been largely on relief. Without Manpower Moses Crtiikshank, a resident, appealed for help. He said poverty and poor health had left the Village without manpower, which made it difficult to Improve living conditions. Their homes were drafly, overcrowded and in danger of being undermined by the Yukon River. A group of young church volunteers — men and women — flew north. They worked 48-hour weeks, without pay, sawing lumber, building houses and driving tractor* in the work camp. in a large log cabin loaned by a trader the group cooked, ate and gathered in the evenings. They slept in three oanvaa hut*. t>r, John Ferger, Dryden, N.Y., was the camp leader. When he .wasn't doing carpentry he maintained a clinic where hU main job was pulling teeth. Very Few fkUled Only a couple of the camper* \\had more than the most rudimentary skill hi handling tools..Three ...well-trained men from the Village Baught the group how to build Cabins. j; No one grumbled or shirked ^Mflheiv the work proved to wJ>e harder than practically any* Sjfepdy expected, Some of the girls, ££$8clnding the youngest, 17-year- old Anore Bucknell of Seattle, learned to drive tractors. By the end of summer the crew completed 11 cabins and had begun two others. They left a supply of materials for the villagers to finish the remaining pair. Sromponoro Estate) Comes to $274.10 LOS ANGELES (AP)-The estate of John Stompanato, who was stabbed to death April 4 by Lana Turner's daughter, consists of $50.10 in cash and personal effects valued at $224. Superior Court directed Friday that these assets be given to Stompanato's son John, 10, who lives with hi* mother in Hammond, Ind. Awaiting trial it a $500,<MO-suit filed in the boy's name against Miss Turner; ber daughter, Cheryl ^Crane; and Cheryl's father, rest- ~«urant owner Steve Crane, 5 South Koreans Claim ,'Strict!! Red Plot' ?• SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Metropolitan police Friday banned outdoor gatherings and demonstrations of all kinds. Police chief Lee Kanghak said police have uncovered and are investigating "a seri- oqs North Korean Communls subversion plot against the Republic ol Korea." At "Axe" Johnson's Montfey Monarch Built-in Electric Range Model I027B What a buyllll This oven bake* 10 loaves of bread or 9 pies at one time, largest Boaster - 4 HI-Sp«d Burn, •r*. Complete Range and 4 Burn. trs - Reg. MONDAY ONIY $239.00 JOHXSON III i. MIS « NSI4IM thrifty Santas got M0RE for a dollar DURING PENNEY'S CHRISTMAS DAYS RICH 'N FLEECY BLEND SUBURBAN AT SAVINGS! Shop Pennev'i . . . g«t more! Hares proof! Quilt-lined Wool- Nylon - Vicora . . . real prt- mium qualify and only 16.88! Leather-look buttons, cuff tob$, the works! MAIN FLOOR MEN'S WOOL SUITS $28.88 MEN'S TOPCOATS $30 Three button styles. Full cut. Long wearing. Sizes 36 ta 44. Woo) blends Raglan sleeves. Sites 36 to 44. Grey, alsa included. blue and brown. Zipper lining. Full cut. MAIN FLOOR SANFORIZED COTTON SUEDE PRINTS! N More new patterns specially pick. ed for Penney's Clean-up avantl Worm, durable and generously proportioned over our own patterns in a full range of sizes. •joo beys' sl*es 4 to 18 DOWNSTAIRS STORE INFANTS' & TODDLERS- SLEEPERS $1.79 FUR TRIMMED SLIPPERS 1.98 Kn.t cottons. Aborted postclj in I 19 i. fur nokl Women's sixes ) t« ». Pelt lined. Whit. , u , „„„ Mw- ^ ^ ^ , MAIN FLOOR Starts Monday 9:00 A. M. at Penaey's ia Downtown Aattia DARK SEAM NYLONS 2 C-I PAIR «4> I Full fashioned nylons in gala and confetti shades. Sizes 8Vi to 11. SPECIAL PURCHASE! RAYON/NYLON SCATTER RUOS MAIN FLOOR 25 by 36 Inehtt 1.00 25 by 48 Inches 2 far 3.00 25 by 72 Inchti 2 for 5.00 85% ruyon . 15% nylon. Skid resistant rubberized bocklno. Heavy weight construction. Sandalwood, white, green, rote, beige, grey. DOWNSTAIRS STORE Buy Christmas Gifts During Penney's Spectacular Dollar Days! 12.88 . 1.00 . 1.33 1.50 5.00 18.00 FASHION BALCONY BUYS! Knit trim popllni and all wools WOMEN'S JACKETS. SI.M JO-16 . Pint qualtiy coat JACKETS for woman. Mixed fixes Short ilacve cottons. Washabla BLOUSES. Women'. ,!*•, 32 ,„ 38 New cotton plaid ttrlps. Long or short sieve WOMEN'S BLOUSES. Sites 32 to 38 Women's 100% dacron •LOUSES. Short tlMvo. No Iron Women's erlon and wool reversible SKIRTS. Hand washeble. Sixes 10-18 «!i!iKJ M J? r - B| " k pollih tweed - SUBTEEN COATS. Sixes 8 to 14 Silver and brown man-made «iA AA O mt! MM FUR COATS. Sixes 8 to 18 .... 30.00 & 45.00 Flannel, tweed and prints. §- MA WOMEN'S SUITS. Misses and half 0.00 BJg selection J M MA MILLINERY REDUCED 2,00 Women's eoty •••... ....... HEADWEAR. Knit tie or wrap-arounds OUC & 1.00 Women i sanforized twill JEANS, red er block In iliet 10-18 . Nylon quilted washable DUSTERS. Blue, pink and white. Sixes 10-18 Reduced! Women's 34 to 42 SWEATERS. Full fashioned all wool cordigani , CARDIGANS. Sixes 36 to 40 Cotton and gingham checks. Broken sixes HOUSE DRESSES. Washable ............. Three groups. Cottons and rayons. *•) MM MJS MATERNITY WEAR. Dresses, slocks, jackets $Z-*f3-l>«l Prints, plaids, solids. Ladies' 4 AA i- •• MA BETTER DRESSES. All s M.UU 10 7.00 Warm fleece lined washable . M MM SWEAT SHIRTS. Ladles S-M-L 2.33 1.50 7.00 4.88 2.88 1.00 MAIN FLOOR FEATURES! Arnel Tricot FULL SLIPS. Sixes 32 to 40. White ... Women's Beautiful new shades BILLFOLDS. Better quality Machine washable TODDLERS SNO-SUITS. Excellent warmth. Sites 2 to 4 Toddlers' assorted floral and solid color NYLON DRESSES. Sizes 1 to 3 DOWNSTAIRS STORE SPECIALS! Girls' assorted novelty trim COTTON BLOUSES. White, washabla. Si.e, 7 to H Girls' assorted colors. 100% wool. *) MITTENS & GLOVES ........ 2 . r sers ' 1 I s Reduced. Siies 7 to 14. 1A AA O «n MM GIRLS' COATS 10.00 & 12,00 Sfil"?^' Po * liB ihe "' *> uil » |in «J e an 0'*" JACKETS. $i«. 7 to 14 0,00 Special! Knit trim. Quilt lined A OO E On GIRLS' JACKETS. Si», 4 t. 14 4,88-5.88 Just arrived. Black or red. Girl,' « « A STRETCHABLE TIGHTS. S-M-L 1.79 Half and regular. TaHetlied nylon « MM GIRLS' SLIPS. SKes 4 to 14. Whit. 1,00 Twin sixe $1.99 m MM M MA PLAT MATTRISS PADS 1.99-2.99 Vflonce 50e. Pink, gold, white. 100% dacron AO. CAFE CURTAINS. J6" length .... 98C Giant 30*50 inch size SCATTER RUGS. O S- AM Rose, white, green, grey, brown, beige ....«" for W.UU Ironing board, 54" slxe 1 AA PAD AND COVER 1.00 100% Dupont, Dacron filled M MM PILLOWS. Non-allergic 0,00 Iiusf» ««» PW b * tt * ln *- Vfl P° r sealed.' AM MM UpVlRS 9ml ....I. OVwSUw Assorted colors. Foam Rubber « •• MM SOFA PILLOWS 2 » w 0,00 42 piece set Stainless steel m AA TA6LIWARE. Gift boxed 10,00 Proctor Custom Automatic ' A An TOASTERS. Chroma flnishad WsOO Proctor IRONS. Q mm Mora steam rhon stay other iron O»11 Idee/ girts COFFEE CARAFE Beautiful PORCIUNA. life-like flowers Black trim OCCASIONAL CHAIRS. A Twwt, ivpry, tur^uoite it I metol trouMr t HANGERS or 1 wood suit hangar • for Assorted terry print,. Lint free A KITCHEN TOWILS * f w Heavy thirsty Cannon A BATH TOWILS . - 4 f er Cannon Washcloths, 6 for 1.00 O CANNON HAND TQWiLS •! >«, Boys'WINTIR CAPS " Assorted colors end sises Boys' Quilt Unad 1A AA SUBURBAN COATS. Si,,, 6 to 10 10.00 for 3.98 5.00 17.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.60 Step stool combined with TRAINING CHAIR. Wo* birch finish 12 ounce boxes. Chocolate covered A CHERRIES , L boxt| Chocolate variety B BOXED CANDY 9 Lbs. Women's string knit and wool knit GLOVES. Beige, white and black Women's dark seam stretch A NYLONS. Sixes M, N and L < pr . Select yours now. CHRISTMAS CARDS. Box of 50 Women's stretch type SPORT TIGHTS with panry girdle Boys' Oxfords, Girls' Straps SHOES REDUCED. Woman's span and dress types .. Men's 8" Lace WORK BOOT. Built to give long wear. Sixes 7-11 Women's Felt HOUSE SLIPPERS. Worm and comfortable. Sixes 5 to 9 ,., Men's split hood PARKAS. Sizes 36 to 46. Men's Reversible JACKETS. 100% nylon. Men's Hand waihoble SWEATERS. Sixes S-M-L. Assorted TIES. Big group for men ... ., Men's Sanforixed flannel PAJAMAS. Sixes A, B, C, D Machine washable cottons and stratchable NYLON HOSE. Men's. S-M-L - pr Machine washable. SJ T-SHIRTS. Sixes 36 to 46 * far Penney's 17 jewel BINRUS WATCHES. Men's and women's styles Windsor pencil, pen, money clip, TIE & CUFF LINK SET Men's slimline feature COWHIDE BILLFOLDS Men's Machine woshable SPORT SHIRTS. S, M & L Men's imported capeskin DRESS GLOVES. Sixes 9 to 11 Men's Metallic Yarn MUFFLERS. Assorted colors Full 90 day warranty TRANSISTOR RADIO Excello LIGHTER for men and women Men's Durene cotton FULL CUT BRIEFS. Machine washable 1.00 2.00 5.00 2.00 4.44 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.50 Charcoal and OD Sixes 38 to 44 Comfortable 3.44 2.88 7,00 1.00 12.00 8,00 4.44 1.00 3.00 1,00 1.00 21.50 plus tax 1.98 A » 1.88 3.00 1.60 28.00 70* pins • V" t as for 1.00 16.66 1.28 4.98 4.88 TOY SPICTACULARS! 59 piece American flyer ELECTRIC TRAIN Genuine imported lemonwood BOW fr ARROW SET Used by the "Rifleman" on TV RIFLE SIT 20" dresssd BRIDE DOLL. Rooted heir 13" sl*a 4 . DRINK-WIT DOLL Jj Tea Sets, Sport Ball Sets FIRE ENGINE SET Big Selection TOYS fr GUN SITS Stuffed 24" BOY AND GIRL DOLLS Little Red Wagon 1 J" WAGON Aluminum Folding TABLE AND CHAIR SIT. Vi»y| top 1.44 66e 1.00 1.00 10.96 POD HOUDAY PAHTItSI PENNEY'I ALL WOOL KNIT Dresses • Two Piece Stylet • Mistet and Half Size* Rid • Blue • Mocha Black • Green •! PRICE SENSATION! FASHION BALCONY \ t !t FINE GOATS | EXCITING SHAPES ;!S Wools and eaihmers. Zlbe- ; lins, looped mohair wools) t; All boast quality details you [^ . associate with higher prices. \\ Now in exciting harvest i; tones Sizes 8 to 18. M! FASHION BALCONY r *<?*•*«*•«*• 5;wi ; • rfZit >%i v \ ,}«<< i </£< & A. * ^^^ ,—-F. 'KN &•»<«% . ^^V «*'*!«*$ m SttAtivtr/Jt ^\Vj## /»f WOMEN'S BROADCLOTH PAJAMAS 1.88 WOMEN'S ACETATE BRIEFS 5for$l .si 1 - SBnforiied oroadcloth. Sizes 32 to 40. dlum and lorge. MAIN FLOOR MORE WARMTH, WEAR IN PENNEY'S JUNIOR PARKA Rugged 9-ounce cotton she«n1 Full H-ounce quilting! 3-plece construction hood with furry dynel trim! Knit turtle neck collar! And those are fust the big ones! /OO DOWNSTAIRS STORE sises 4 to 12 Red or Grey M PENNEY GIFT CERTIFICATES ARE GOOD IN AU 48 STATES?

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