The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 17, 1958 · Page 7
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 7

Austin, Minnesota
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Wednesday, December 17, 1958
Page 7
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> •• '"* <S~* x ;a V» *- > * - (rvt^v^-y; ,»^*s? NSCOONT PWCES ««« .................. " W9.98 The Greatest Bridge Set Value in History ** AmozlMfl low eric* for Hi!* beautiful Samiofllte folding furniture. It's convenient to «••... eat*, to •tore. Table and choir* glide open, glide elated . . . tafety hinge* can't flip . . . con't nip finger*. The handsome vinyl upholttery wipe* clean with a damp cloth . . . itay* bright and new. Attractive for parties, perfect for extra work (pace! Take advantage of thi* price nowl ALL $! 5 PIECES GENUINE HOOVER CLEANER Reg. $69.50 $19.96 $16.95 525.00' S5.SO' $2.49* $5.96 52.75' 56.96' 54.9657.95- S3.98 SUNBEAM SHAve« LBCTRlC CAVERS Ke 9- $29.95 I A I\^ • • • • kV>\U|r SuMRCA sii '**•••. SCsH* ..'*i£B SCH/CK SHAVFDC' • •... 941 I » -, "^'KHJ • ••.!..» IB^ • I "'9. $29.95 . V*lii Mrs. Irene Mickelson Is Elected President of Shrine Auxiliary , fr«Hi Mickelson was elated pftftideflt of the Shtifle AtiXll- Itry Tufsday afternoon at the MAS* onla Mall. The meeting followed a dettfrt luncheon. Other officers are: Mrs. Roy Bfttet, vice president; Mrs. Arthur Jensen, secretary; Mrs. Arthur Sucha, trealurer. The luncheon committee included Mrs. Palmer Ulland, Mrs. Mickelson and Mrs. Jeffrey Miller. lhe.n«xt meeting will be a o'clock luncheon, Jan. 27, at the Masonic Hall. Moose Committees Hold Holiday Parties The ritual committee, Women of Moose, held a Christmas party at the Dinner Bell, Tuesday evening. Plans were made for' chapter night in February after which cards were played. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Raymond Granle, Mrs. Alois Krebsbach, Mrs. Donald Ol! son, Mrs. Bertha Peterson. Gifts were exchanged. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Wesley Granle, 312 Division. Mrs. Gordon Zech, 1103 Foster, was hostess to the publicity committee. Plans for fund-raising projects were discussed and during a social hour, Christmas gifts were Card File System May Help Locate J2* Women for Government Posts vising the budget for thf nation-- AUSTIN (Minn.) HIRMD Hand-Printed on Silk PICTURES Beautifully Framed — Reg. $29.50 . . . . $1050 MMlfMMt.ll UdW (Witt $2S.M Samsonite SILHOUETTE The Newest Advance In Lightweight Luggage In Fifteen Years! (NOT A LOCK IN SIGHT) in MMrt new *••**»• ffebfti ruTiNUMom MKAYNIUUI MKRTTAN SILHOUETTE FOR MEN TOO! MW rexe)M*el loefce A SoMenlto MhovtHe »»dvi»lv» wok** »•»• liMe the Silhouette appearance wit* "NOT A LOCK IN IIOHT." Inlearal draw belta designed to open to touch yet itay firmly elated when locked. Receding all* prevent* damage to lockt and draw aelti enrogJe. Spaet provided In receited track It tpodally d*tlg*»d (or Samonlte Illheuelte InMalgrami to pertenehn yovr Ivaaaae. . ,-*, was a guest. Door prizes were Ernest Bell and exchanged. Mrs. Irene Stanke] a11 the business and professional women in their communities to determine their job experience and the success that they have ach ieved. Also included in the survey will be all women who hold elective or appointive jobs in gov> ernment. This information will be com By ALtCIA HARf WASHINGfON - (tiEAJ - The housewife's knack for balancing the family budget may become a national economic policy of Uncle Sam takes the advice of a prominent clubwoamn. Grace B. Daniels, president of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, believes that one of the best ways to . keep government spending in line is to give more oi the nation's top finajice planning jobs to women. "If the government had a few more women in that area, it would be a very good thing," she opines. Miss Daniels doesn't think that women could provide a foolproof cure for all the country's financial ills. But she's confident that their innate skill in managing the purse strings of their households or private business operations would at least be beneficial to the government's economy. "I think women have a great sense of values," she declares. "In a woman's mind, a balanced budget is somethnig to be desired. In our homes, in our businesses, in all of our financial dealings, it is something that we try to achieve.' Miss Daniels hopes that the outcome of a future BPW project will turn her theory into an economic reality. Next year, the nation's 3,400 BPW clubs will survey awarded Mrs. Mrs; Stanke. The next meeting will be Jan. 20, with Mrs. Howard Rasmussen, 1001 Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Millis Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Millis observed their silver wedding anni-| versary at the Methodist Church; parlors, St. Ansgar, Sunday. j Hostesses were their daughter, Shirley of Rochester and Mrs. C. C. Hansen. Eighty guests were pre- , sent and Mrs. Myron Ruff ridge, Glenville, was in charge of the guest book. Dining room hostess was Mrs. Ronald Grundel, Plymouth, Iowa, and refreshments were in charge of Mrs. John' Ball and Mrs. Harold Nickerson. The cake was served by Mrs. Cecil Plath, Grafton, Iowa, and Miss Shirley Millis poured. A program was presented by Miss Emma Lane. Readings were given by Miss Millis, Richard Owen and Mrs. Alice Grfendel, musical numbers were presented by Mrs. Russell Champion, Carol Piper, Sandra Dohler, Ann Legaard, also a number by a trio, Sherry Millis, Jerry Libersky and Nancy Blood. The Rev. Richard L. Pearson gave a short talk and offered prayer. Cards and gifts of silver were presented ' by Mrs. Myron Ruffridge. Fashion Hit PRINTED PATTERN Clubwoman Grace Daaieli piled into a special job qualification directory which will be placed in BPW national headquarters in Washington. Miss Daniels explains that the central file will be available for the use of government agencies who need qualified personnel to fill important jobs. She's confident that any woman in this directory who is tabbed for a government position will do excellent work. Main reason for her assurance, Miss Daniels explains, is that a woman feels she must work extra hard to be accepted by her male colleagues. She says that this added effort often results in a woman doing "a super job." Actually the BPW president would probably have little trouble herself in handling a post for Uncle. Sam. In addition to super- women'* organization, the works in the cost accounting department of Luzerne County, Pa., offices. Miss Daniels Is also a member of the citizen's committee of the Philadelphia Women's Medical College. Other jobs include posl- tons on the Kingston, Pa., chapter of the Red Cross and the Luzerne County Republican «te- cutlve committee. The BPW president explains that her favorite hobby Is helping to raise two young girls whose mother is unable to support them com< pletely. Miss Daniels buys most of their clothes and plans to fin ance their college education. Another of her interests is designing hats. She explains, "1 love to buy an expensive hat, then rush home, 4ear it up and make it all over again." She is also an accomplished cellist, and has played in several string quartets. With her interest in things from hats to economics, and from cellos to education, Grace Daniels lends weight to the old adage, "It's a Woman's world." GOOD TIP Apply a small cross path of cellophane tape over the spot on your plastered wall in which you want to drive a nail to hold a picture. Then hammer the nail in and you will not have cracked plaster to dismay you. Wednesday, Dee. 17, '58 7 CttlUTO PAtttt If you art tiftttfti Jtttt I few Of your children'!'Itttl* frltttttit In for ft get together, there U ortt thing you can do to pleas* y«Jf own youngster vary much: ftfl them they can draw picturw-W the white placeman that wilt b* used on the table. Give them pencils and crayon*. They may stay occupied with these for several days. The little guests will also enjoy examining them At the party. Christmas Shop at Either of * THI * Furniture Stores . . . where you'll be sure to find the gift you want. * DOWNTOWN ^ * * STERLINO *+ ^ "Alweyi tow ericM to ' 7 meet your budget" IT Choose o fine fur from our wide selection of Mink, Persian Lamb, Muskrat or Seal Coats, etc. Shopping is easy here. Price rango it wide. Sizes changed at no extra cost. GIVE A FUR THIS CHRISTMAS AUSTIN FUR SHOPPE JOHN TREEFE, Furrier 112 E. Water Ph. HI 3-2931 MARVIN'S' OPEN TONITE TIL 9 our Mer« Cases Hove Smart TaUorwf linings Smart, color- coordinated fade-proof interiors EASY CREDIT TERMS * JUST SAY "CHARGE IT" colorful Christmas covering in Flowers of light . . . our magnificent triple flower pin with jeweler set stones. 5.00*. Single flower earrings to match. 3.00*. Topoz, sapphire, ruby. " A chatelaine pin to mark the rising waistline. Gold colored metal with coins and a rainbow of 24 Aurora stones. 3.00*. Out Christmas sun ... a giant size sunburst pin in ij£ oold metal with a center of make-believe topaz, sapphire or emerald. 3.00*. Earrings to match. 2.00*. An airy Christmas stole of souffle- light mohair for her pretty shoulders or head; White, red, royal, beige, black, moss green or turquoise, 2.98 ALL ITEMS SKETCHED FROM STOCK give her the sparkle of Christmas 4691 SIZES »2-20;40,42 By ANNE ADAMS Wblrl Into New Year actuate In this graceful etop-ln! Smart for dttyj In rayou print — elegant (or evening In crepe with contrail collar and cult*. Tomorrow'* pattern: Larger- glee apron. Printed Pattern 46»l: Mlises' site* ! 12. 14. l«, is, 20; v>. 42. 8iz« 16 take* 4 3 ,i yardm 39-lnca fabric; 3i yard oon- irut. Printed direction* OB each pattern part. Easier, accurate Btud Thirty • live cent* In coin* for tali pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for l«t • claai mailing. Send to Anne Adam*, care of tb* Austin Dally Herald, Pattern Oept.. 243 West nth St.. New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZC M4 »TYIB NUMBEB. Vi PRICE On a Wide Varfety of JEWELRY and GIFTS JANE'S Drtpory A Gift Shop 114 N Mais Autti* She's always dreamed of mink! So give her our square chiffon scarf with a bee pin of genuine mink; in its own little oval gift box. White, orange or Castilian red 2.98 •Clus T fl » Capture the tparkle of Chriitma* with our brilliant jewelry ... a two strand Aurora necklace or a four strand twitted pearl and pretend stone necklace, both with matching earrings. Aurora necklace in Aurora crystal gold or silver. 7.0Q*. Earringi 3.00* Pearl and ruby, sapphire, emerald or amethyst necklace. 6-00*. Earrings 2.00*. main floor just say "charge it please" £«MWMlMMKa)mW^».«-«Kti»H jtM/UEfte? • -: -;,

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