The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 18, 1958 · Page 24
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 24

Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, December 18, 1958
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CHRISTMAS CONSENT Retailers See Record Business Dishes Give off Poison ny WALTER BRKEnR .JR. Al» ftftfttmt* N*ws Writer across the country, interviewed by The Associated Press in a survey NEW YOTU? (AP)—"ChHstmas j of Christmas business prospects, business will equal last year and! Most are confident of beating be * little belter. But it'sjlast year's record totals (thanks in part to slightly higher prices com- and an extra shopping day). But not running away." This cautiously phrased ment from M. E. Arnett, vice;few see anything that resembles president of Bullock's Department Store in Los Angeles, typifies the attitude of hundreds of retailers a real boom. More Cash "There's more cash in town this Rapid Rhymes By KEN 'The Bon) of the Broiler) When Chmtmoi Shopping It's a Trtot To Stop of Ktn & Jo's to tot. Those Tqshr Moid INtei Hit The Spe» The Coffee's Savory & Steaming Hot. And you get 5 for $1.00 MAID RITES fr MALTS — Houri 6 A.M. to 10:30 P.M. Daily KEN & JO'S MAID RITE h. HE 3.6247 for Toke-outt— 119 W. Mople by Knouer't Mkt. i year." says Charles E. Boyd of ;the Detroit Chamber of Commerce, "but people aren't spending the money." Brightest spot on the 195fl Christmas retail scene is Texas. i "There's no doubt but that the i buying public has the money and ja disposition to spend it," de- glares a merchant in Port Worth. ! "To say business is good is put- iting it mildly, for if it gets any better it will be terrific." And an Abilene, Tex., store official states: "If it was any better I don't know what I'd do." Christmas business is good in Denver. High on the list of wanted merchandise are such relatively Marilyn Loses Her 2nd Child in 16 Months Now on Sale! The Ideal Christmas Gift' . YULETIDE FOLDERS OF THEATRE TICKETS . . . Tonight -Friday • Saturday Evenings Only at 7:00-9:00 P.M. At Our Regular Prieei All Children—25e MOST DRAMATIC MOTION PICTURE! A deeply moving story of a truly remarkable family and a wonderful homely 'old yeller* dogi FRESH MEATS FRESH PRODUCE HormeTs Dairy MINCED , AA HAM Lb. 09C Golden Ripe Bananas i 29c Hormel — Ham-End PORK ROAST Tender-Grown Spring Fryers 85c Ea Fresh - Pork Cutlets 10-lb. Box ......$5.00 Home Made Lefse Fresh Lnlefisk 3-Lb. Swiftning 79c Purple • 2'/i Size Plums 4 f.r $1 Dolls 89c - Baskets Trees • Stuff ed Toy s Fresh • Crisp Celery 19c Fresh - Shelled Walnuts 1£ 89c Scott-County Soup Tomato lOc Vege. Johnston's Cookies Chocolate Park JJ%Sugar Juliet $100 Fruit Cake Iced NEW YORK (AP) - Actress Marilyn Monroe has lost her second unborn child in 16 months. The miscarriage was confirmed Wednesday night. The 32-year-old blonde film star was reported recovering at her home here with her husband, playwright Arthur Miller, at her side. But Joseph Wolhandler, Miss Monroe's personal press representative, said she is extremely upset. He said doctors determined she had lost her baby early this week, but that they did not set the exact time the miscarriage occurred. Miss Monroe, who married Mill- »r in 1956, was five or six weeks pregnant when she lost her first baby Aug. 1, .1957. Wolhandler said she became pregnant again last September while making a movie. Her doctors decided she could continue • with the film in what Wolhandler described as a calculated risk. I Miss Monroe finished the picture and returned here from Hollywood about two weeks ago. Last Sept. 15, she was taken to a Hollywood hospital when she complained of feeling ill. Her illness was described as due to overwork. On the advice of her physician, Wolhandler said, Miss Monroe had cut out all social affairs and turned down normal publicity de-i mands such as interviews and' photographs. VFW Family Party FRIDAY December 19th 8:00 P.M. Poultry Night VFW HALL Public Invited Please Use East Door costly items as stereophonic ht-fl seta, pianos, organs, duftoftttl motors and boats. But in Cleveland, Pittsburgh and New Orleans, merchants hope to match last year's sales but are not sure they will. New York question In the nation's biggest city, New York, the 1958 Christmas shopping outlook- is a giant question imark. A newspaper deliverers' strike robbed New York stores of their major sales promotion medium right at the peak of the Christmas rush: Big retailers say they've been doing as well or better than last year but they're comparing cur- I rent business with a brutally tough 1957 period when traffic was snarled by a subway strike. Most say telephone and mail order business — which amounts to 15 per cent of total Christmas sales — is down sharply. Get Rid of Gifts Store traffic held up fairly well in the early days of the newspaper blackout but declined as the strike entered its second week. Another strike-inspired problem: How to get rid of specially priced gift items the stores had Intended to push via spectacular sales campaigns. Warehouses are bursting with merchandise of this type. "We always depended on newspaper displays to move these promotional items," one store official asserts. ' Actress Angeli Gets Divorce From Damone SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP)Actress Pier Angeli won. a di- vtrce from singer Vic Damone on testimony that he was "insanely jealous for no reason whatsoever." Sobbing, she testified: "His telephone calls would disturb me five or six times a day while I was working here and abroad. He treated me badly and insulted me." Miss Angeli was awarded custody of their son Perry, 3. She will receive $500 monthly for the boy's support and a percentage of Damone's earnings. BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) - Do you have any brightly colored, inexpensive Oriental dish ware such as chop suey bowls or other food containers? If so, and if you acquired them within the past two years, maybe you should give them the vinegar test for poison lead, two Berkeley city health officers said today. Some but not all of these dishes give off lead from their color pigments or even from their glazed surfaces when they come into contact with acid food, the health workers said. This dissolved lead' come become a source of poisoning. They have advised doctors and $ 1 Monarch Finer Coffee 79c lb Border* . Glacier Club Ice Cream <* 63c WENNES MARKET 130* Oak SL HE 3-6512 FRH DELIVERY 7sOO a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Daily • Sun. 8-10 a.m. . 4-6 p.m. FRIDAY, DEC. 19th Her* by Request ELMER SCHEID SATURDAY, DEC. 20th BOB WHITE ORCHESTRA SUNDAY, DEC. 21st ANDY DOLL BAND MONDAY, DEC. 22nd CHRISTMAS BALL Pott High School CouplM only Adm. $3.00 p«r couplt Tickttt can be purchased at the door. THURSDAY, DEC. 25th Christmas Njfht Conway Twitty end CHUCK HALL FOR DANCING. IZAAK WALTON LEAGUE CHRISTMAS Shoo Sunday, December 21 Todd Park NEW IKE CABIN Austin, Minn. Sponsored by Izeac Walton League and Grand Meadow Gun Club SHOOTING 9 a.m. until DARK All Oven Ready Poultry • TURKEYS • GEESE • HAMS • BACON • PICNICS and SAUSAGE INTIRTAINMENT IN CABIN ALL DAY Breakfast and Lunch of- the Cabin Hot Cakes - Sausage • Hamburgers Coffee • Pop • Cold Drinks HUNDREDS Of Choice Northern CHRISTMAS TREES Washing Cars Doily From 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Only $1.50 Wk. Days $2 Sat. A Sun. BALSAM SPRUCE NORWAY PINE WREATHS Birch Wood for fireplace Austin's Largest Selection at Low Prices Hmn-CAR-WASH Sterling Shopping Center DINNER BELL CAFE . 1605 East Oakland Last Times "FIVE STEPS TO DANGER" 7 and 9:50 Tonight "GUNSIGHT RIDGE" 8:20 FRIDAY and SATURDAY 7 A 9 P. M. SNEY LIANA PATTEN CHARLES McGRAW BARBARA LAWRENCE GIVE THEATRE GIFT BOOKS FOR CHRISTMAS $2.50 and $5.00 Books On Sale at Box Office KIDDIES-FREE SHOW Saturday 1:30 p.m. FREE CHRISTMAS RAGS FULL of CANDY and NUTS Sponsored by Moose Club Chipmunk Song Chipmunks My Happiness Connie frauds Teasin' Quaker City Boys Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Platters Cannonball Duane Eddy Blue Hawaii Billy Vaughn Little Drummer Boy Harry Simeone Chorale Hazel Eyes Tinker Bells Bimbombey Jimmy Rodger* Beep Beep Playmates Go Chase a Moonbeam Jerry Vale My Heart Sings Paul Aaka Problems Overly Bros. 16 Candles The Crests Cinderella l-our Preps Manhatten Spiritual Reg Owens Don't Pity Me Diou and the Belmonts MASTER MUSIC SHOP 120 W. MILL HE 3-8554 health worken generally to b« on the alert tor lead poisoning in ses where the cause of vague intestinal or nerve illness is not apparent. - The warning was given by Dr. Alvin H. Leonard) a city health physician, and Glenn Lynch, department technician. In California Medicine, publication of the California Medicaj A'ssn. ' Bins Crosby's Son Adopts Wife's Boy LOS ANGELES (AP) - Bing Crosby's 24-year-old twin son Dennis has adopted his wife's 7-year old son by a previous marriage. AUSTIN (Minn.) H6RAID Thursday, D*«. 18, 1958 Only 15 Horsfls at Detroit Yule Party DftfROlt (AP)-Only 15 horses turned out for Detroit's 27lh annual Christmas party tot draft animals. The Humane Society sponsored the party complete with oats, hay and apples for the horses and cbf- fee and sandwiches for the owners. Candy - and Blades; He's Back in Jail CLEAftWAlER, Fla. (AP) ~ John Perry, 20, was released, from county jail after being held in an embezzlement case. Sheriff Don Genung said Perry returned Oil next day with cigarettes and candy for his 18 inmate friends, the box of candy also contained five hacksaw blades. Perry U back in jail on a, charge of smuggling escape material. EAGLES ANNUAL CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARTY SATURDAY, DEC. 20lh 2:00 P.M. EAGLES HALL SANTA WILL BE THERE! GIFTS FOR ALL! STATE 20c * 45« - 60e LAST TIMES TONITt Most Terrifying Story The Screen Has Ever Told! Dana Andrews A Peggy Cummin* "CURSE of the DEMON" Coming Tomorrow and Sat*! PROUD YOUHG REBELS SCHOOL HOT SORORITIES! At 8:20 At 7:00 fr 9:30 AFTER- CHRISTMAS • • over the BEFORE CHRISTMAS TOY PRICES SLASHED UP TO 70% 98c to $2.00 Toys NOW OU C others as low as 39c Complete Close-Out on Living Room Suites Just a Few Left... All Half Price 1 Brown 2 pc. Suite, Reversible Cushion NOW $129.97 1 Black 2 pc. Suite, Reversible Cushion NOW $139.97 1 Tangerine Hide-a-Bed, with Mattress NOW $114.97 1 Tabacco 2 pc. Sofa Suite NOW $ 99.97 1 Beige Sofa Bed NOW $ 54.97 1 Green Sofa Bed NOW $ 49.97 Baby Cribs 6-Y«ar Sli* by Nod-a-Woy Solid Oak—Plastic Teething Rail* — Double Drop Sides — Steel Stabillier Bars — 3 position Spring — Full Panel. Nursery Chairs $3.39 up $39.95 Value , CRIB ONLY NOW $27.50 CRIB & MATTRESS $54.90 Vahia .. NOW HIGH CHAIRS $7.95 WALKER STROLLER Red and Blue $8.95 PLAY PENS $11.95 3 PC. BEDROOM SETS ALL WITH BOOKCASE BEDS $99.50 UP Mattrejs and Box Spring included with Bedroom Set at less than \'i price! CLCARAHCE Of UHCTT.tSI DOUGLAS DINETTES - OVER 40% OFF 1-5 pc. Grey and Red 30x40-48, Chrome $49.50 1-7 pc. White and Red 36x48-60, Chrome $69.50 1-7 pc. Fawn and Beige, 36x48-60, Bronze $74.50 VOGUE DROP-LEAF DINETTES Extends to 30x48 - Sliding Legs 2-5 pc. Tan Woodgrain NOW $59.50 1-5 pc. Dark Grey Woodgrain NOW $59.50 FREE PRIZES for 10 lucky Winners 10 Beautiful Swedish Motif Canister Sets, Valued at $4.9$ each given away FREE DRAWING AT NOON - DEC. 24TH No Purchase Necessary — Just Register! PLATE GLASS WALL MIRRORS & DOOR MIRRORS Beveled Edges —Framed 10 Year Guarantee Priced Less Than Wholesale AUSTIN FREIGHT SALES 315 E. WATER PS • • *.*• ACROSS FROM UNION HALL WE HAVE NEW, UNDAMAGED MERCHANDISE Plus Our Regular Stock COME IN - BROWSE AROUND And Don't Forget To Register! HE 7-4844 .

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