The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 3, 1958 · Page 10
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Pamper Your Angel With Pretties from Panties 10 f AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Wednesday, Dec. 3, 1958 Moose Committee Holds Yule Party The Women of Moose academy of friendship held a Christmas party Tuesday at the Riveria. Mrs. Albert Zerby offered prayer before dinner and corsages were given all members by Mrs. Glen Ryan, chairman of decora- cards played with prizes awarded tions. Gifts were exchanged and Mrs. Loyl Heimsness and Mrs. Zerby. Mrs. Donald Olson and Mrs. Alvin Frey received the door prizes. Plans were begun for chapter night in April and Mrs. Raymond Granle announced a meeting of the college of regents and executive committee, Dec. 11. Other speakers were Mrs. Clinton Goslee and Mrs. Lewis Bowers. SAVE MORE WITH THESE DRY CLEANING SPECIALS NO NEED TO BUY COUPON BOOKS You Can Depend On Our Quality! SKIRTS (Plain) .................. 4vC fach TROUSERS ,«„,, .............. MC...K STORM COATS ,„.„,, M> (1.59 E « h UUATS Dr. Bloomberg Tells Neveln PTA About Mental Health Clinic Dr. Robert Bloomberg explained the organization and function of the Mower County Mental Health Clinic at a meeting of Neveln PTA, Tuesday night. Den Four of Scout Pack 102 presented the flag after which sel ections were sung by a triple trio rom Austin High School and the Rev. Clnir Karsten led in group singing of Christmas carols. Room count prizes were awarded the classes of Miss Bernadette Steffes and Mrs. Alyce Hess Dean Pacholl received the door Men'i, Lodie»' (no Jaek.H) loch SHIRTS LAUNDERED 22C EACH When Sent With Dry Cleaning Order MacLAREN FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY 1207 W. OAKLAND DRIVE-IN LAUNDRY CLEANERS PHONE HE 3-2367 prize, third Lunch was served by the grade mothers. no PAIRS OF HIGH HEEL DRESS SHOES A PLAY OF PLEATS at the bodice, a yoked aftd pleated neckline, a slim button all the way fashion, and Dan River's Wrinkl-Shed aVMon novelty stripe ... all gathered into otfeMovely crisp, go-everywhere cotton. Sioe pocket, Pink, Blue, and Maize. i Dresses — Downstairs Store Values to $12.95 Special $790 Thursday, Friday & Saturday Underfashions * Shoes Main Floor Eagles Auxiliary Holds Gift Exchange A Christmas party and gift ex change was held by the Eagle Auxiliary at the FOE Hall Tues day. Mrs Selmer Wobschall wa entertainment chairman. Luncheon was served by Mrs John McGuire, chairman, Mn Wilbert Mauer, Mrs. Betty Luke; Mrs. Clarence Madison, Mrs. Pau Meyers. Assistants were Mrs. Hen IJrietta Jeffers, Mrs. Martin Re I wing, Mrs. L. R. Anderson an liMrs. Jack Chaffee. Mrs. Harry M. Johnson rea 'The Tiniest Angel," there were accordion solos by Carol Schwartz, a tap dance by Carol Kelly. Gifts were distributed by Mrs. John Montgomery and a group singing included Christmas carols. Mrs. Henry Graff won the attendance prize and Mrs. Laura Finbraaten, door prize. Reports were heard from Mrs. Kenneth Apold, auditing; Mrs. I Wayne Matti, ways and means, bazaar and bake sale; Mrs. Chaffee, welfare and sewing circle She also announced that scrapbooks for children will be completed at a meeting Tuesday and Christmas dinner baskets to the needy will be distributed. It was vote< to place Bibles in two rest homes during the Christmas season. Mem bership contest reports were i made by Mrs. Inez Chapman and 'Mrs. John McGuire, team captains ! The eighth annual Internationa Auxiliary and Aerie convention !was announced for Aug. 6-9, at Toronto, Canada. A pyramid of prizes for the bazaar was awarded with winners to be notified. Applications for three new memberships were read. Members were reminded to bring canned goods or cash contributions for the Christmas baskets to the next meeting, Dec. 16. ridol Shower Given Gaithfl McDonald Miss Gaitha McDonald, Roches- er, was. honored at a kitchen hower Sunday at the home of Mrs. idney Fister, LeRoy. Mrs. Vern aker, Rochester, was co-hostess. Gifts were presented the bride- o-be and games were played. There were guests from Minnea x>lls, Rochester and Ostrander. Miss McDonald's marriage to George Holden, Rochester, will ake place Dec. 27, at St. Patrick Catholic Church, LeRoy. 'roject Club Meets With Mrs. Fenske Mrs. Awald Fenske, Rose Creek was hostess to the Northeast Win dom Project club at a noon lunch eon Tuesday. She was assisted by Mrs. Wil iiam Thorson, Mrs. Burton Gallen tine and Mrs. Jay Johnson. During the afternoon, artificia poinsettias were made under th direction of Mrs. Johnson, Mrs H. S. May and Mrs. A. D. Bur roughs. SArs. Anderson Joins dow % . „, . were Mrs. Ward, sarracks Auxiliary Mrs. Marie Anderson was wel- omed as a new member when he World War 1 Barracks and Vuxlltary held a potluck supper Monday at the VPN-Half. Mr. and Mrs. Emery fieyo, commander and president of the or- anizations, presented the ' program. During the business meeting, a collection of $16 was contributed to he Veteran's Council for Christmas gifts for needy children. Each group voted to furnish a table for he VFW Hall dining room. Barracks members voted to furnish a uniform for a peewee hockey ;eam member and also contribut- Mrs. Peter Borgeson and Mrs. Cart Jensen. The next meeting will be Jan. 3. Mrs. Eric Hanson Entertains CCCA The Cedar City Cemetery Assn. met with Mrs. Brick Hanson, Aus tin Rt. 3, Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Harold M. Nelson assisting. Contests were conducted following the business meeting with prizes won by Mrs. Margaret Morse Mrs. Walter Sayles, Mrs. Donalc Weseman, Mrs, Laura Campbel nard Heiny Jr., was awarded the loor prize. ' ', Mrs. Clifford Barclay was pVo- gram chairman. Members will meet for a noon dinner with Mts, Weseman in January. * ed $28 to the Veterans Council. A program including the read ing of the Christmas story by Mrs. Ray Smith and Mrs. Paul Lattin. Mrs. Lloyd Graves, accordionist, accompanied the group singing. Dec. 13 was announced for a barracks and auxiliary council meeting in Minneapolis with several Austin members attending. Mrs. Stanley Ward received the and Mrs. Harry Austin. Mrs. Lee- ABOUT CAKE MIXES? Add t tetspoon of Burnett's to "«ep up" ths fltvorl tt'i nttnrtl vtnill* COSH so link GIFT SUGGESTIONS from Pamper your pretties from angel with fantles it's a SHIRLEY TEMPLE dress /^1 by ( mderella/narinette lov*h/, feminine loc* put! you in the right mood for •Mftlng Holiday parMot and fun. You'll feel pretty from mo kwMo out *h«* you woar these exquisite matching PonvAt vmtorfaihJom. And you'll look your very belt ••MUM tamM ihapo* your ftgvro to trim, ottracHvo to H*. Ml. CWt-srtteriod ewpi, t tact* otaitk front band, nylon toffoto back band. Whit* •r No*, m to I0C $1.91 I i $ i * Sklpole* Pantie No. 154. lace front panel MOtche* pro. Satin olostic back panel, 2/2 inch waist- bond. Whfto or Mock. 1M.L (Also available at girdle No. 9544 $7.90 Matching U«o-r*an*l long Ug Sklpptot Pantle Mo. •65. SCUM CM obov* but wHb extra long leg for extra «gh eontrot Stew IJA.L .......... .$9.95 •"•—••'5.98 *«•*••' 5. 9 8 W9*..r Couki „„.> ming be more party-imuded ? Look at all thuut lovely layers of lace lavished on fluffy nylon. All that preUiness, yet as practical as mother eould wish. Thi» dress prances from suds to party without ever ironing. Naanette sizes 1 to 3 and Cinderetk HIM I to fe. T to 14 7.98 Children's Wear • Dou/n$tair$ Start pamper your angel with pretties from fantles ... fhe excifing spac/ouj CORONET JEWEL CASE by Jarrington features a toft padded (op over its steel shell, tastefully embossed with a non-tarnishing gold Mylar rose. Its three-section lift-up tray, and richly lined rnyon velvet and satin interior affords ample room for her favorite jewelry. Rich colorful exteriors of leather-like Texol® in i warm pink, a vibrant blue, and dove gray. $6.95 CASEDYS • Stretchie Gloves 98e and $1.98 • Driving Gloves - $1.98 • Purses • $2.98 plus tax • Costume Jewelry $1.00 and $2.00 • Stoles - black & white • Calander Towels $1.00 • Terry Kitchen Towels • Boxed Towel Sets • Fancy Pillow Cases • Table Linens • Daytime Cottons $5.95 and $6.95 • Dream Pets - $1.00 • Dream Dolls $1 & $1.98 Slips - Sizes 32-52 Half Slips Gowns - Sizes 34-46 FREE GIFT WRAPPING * Jewel Cases Main Floor • Gift Certificates Visit Our DRESS DEPARTMENT We Carry a Full Range In Sizes 7-15, 10-20, 12Vi-32'/4 38-52 HOLIDAY DRESS DRAWING 1 st Drawing - Monday Dec. 8-9 p.m. With a New Winner Each Monday until Christmas. No Purchase Necessary Come In and Register CASEDY VALUE STORE 224 N. Chatham HE 3-8201 Mr*. Dorothy Addington, Owner pamper your angel with pretties from fantles! MAC5HORE CLASSICS With the Princess Look A new long-playing classic . , . MACSHORE'S roll sleeved shirt in luxurious imported pure silk broadcloth. Perfectly simple to bring out the best in all your ikirts, slacks, bermudas. Convertible Italian collar. White and blue, sizes 30 to 38. C98 «^x Vive la Chemise by MACSHORE There's that line — the fashion-y new chemise and MACSHORE does it with a French accent in the draped, bow trimmed back. Convertible collar, band bottom. Dacron and cotton that dips clean, dries without a wrinkle. All this and that tiny price tool White, cork. Sizes 30 to 38. 98 3 •^f Sportswear — Main floor

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