The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 7, 1959 · Page 6
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 6

Austin, Minnesota
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Wednesday, January 7, 1959
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'^-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Wednesdoy, Jon. 7, 1959 STOREWIDE ^JANUARY FINE FASHIONS THROUGHOUT THE STORE ARE REDUCED TO SAVE YOU 1 A TO */ 2 AND MORE EVERY COAT REDUCED Complete stock of fabrics, fur trims, lip-out liners and leathers SELECT GROUP OF DEB COATS SIZES 5 TO 11 REDUCED UP TO 50%. BETTER DRESSES Street and dressy types In an ex- A ceptional variety of colors and *f fabrics. Sizes 7 to 15 and 10 to 20. Others 8.00 to 16.00 One group of women's dresses, jlzes U'/a to 20/2 reduced to 8.00 Defroster SCOOTER COATS Warm, quilt lined fingertip length sports coats in wool and poplin. Others 11.88 SWEATERS Bans-Lons, wools, Shetland types and M bulky orlon in slip-on and cardigan. LL LINGERIE SELECTION Slips, pettisjips, nylon gowns and pajamas, flannel or challis short and and long pajamas reduced. Q38 BLOUSES Tuck-fns, blousons and chemettes in ^ white, or colorful prints. Short and / */4 sleeves. Mm LUXURY ROBES Flannel, corduroy, and cotton quilts f\ reduced up to Vs. Others priced as X low as 5.88. SLIM SKIRTS Solid menswear, flannels, tweeds / and plaids in a colorful variety. t\ TWO PIECE MATCHMATES Chemette and suit types in flannel and plaid. Full skirts in quilted cotton prints with shirt blouses. BETTER HANDBAGS Genuine leather and finer fabric yn |Q In ail the newer shapes including -i / npp ono grovp of little handbags. */2 OFF Pay Later With Your Bwttrey Optional Charge Account,.. NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS WEDNESDAY OUR SAVIOR'S Lutheran Guild WEDNESDAY wil1 meet in the evening at the NAOMI CIRCLE, Church of) ch "™JV for * uest n '8 ht - ri .MI , -,u A, A i ' SEEK AND Find Club ' ~ " Christ, will meet with Mrs, Alcx| , ecto ,, s c|ub wil , ho|d a ^ Thompson, 401 W. Oakland, in the: meeting at the YWCA in the evening. THURSDAY DAR WILL meet for a 1:30 dessert luncheon at the YWCA. CIRCLE ONE, Grace Lutheran Church, will meet in the afternoon with Mrs. Hans Voss, 1007 Sullivan. ROYAL NEIGHBORS of London will meet in th« afternoon for installation of officers at the home of Mrs. Roy Scheffel, Glenville evening BISHOP BRENT Unit will meet in the evening with Mrs. Victor Clark, 103 S. Franklin. THURSDAY CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S Fellow- joint | Rt. 1. WOMEN OF Moose will meet in the evening at the Moose Home. WOMEN OK Moose library com miitee will meet in the evening jship will hold an all-day sewing I at the Moose Home. i mAntmcr atirl ti/vtn nntti.nt, 1.. l. UfP/"MP tlTTT r -.,„*,* »<*>n potluck lunch YT U-ADHA rv t „ , o c unc- XI KAPPA Chapter, Beta SIR- eoi , at sterling Christian Church. ma Phi, will mpet in the evening! ST. OLAF Lutheran Missionary . with Mrs. Louis Stadheim, 802 Neo- 1 Guild will meet in the afternoon ' a - (at the church parlors, soft water Enjoy all the soft water you want, all through the home, all the time! c^ FSgS Completely Automatic Water Softener Save Up To 30% Big Trade-In Allowance for your old Softener. HE 3-3737 407 N. Franklin Austin, Minn. ELAINE ANGELL WCOF WILL meet in the evening at the KC Hall. ST. JOHN'S Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet in the evening at the church parlors. BISHOP ROWE Unit will meet in the evening at the guild hall of Christ Episcopal Church. ST. OLAF CIRCLE 29 will meet in the evening fit the parish house! reception room. j PARTY LINE Club will moot! with Mrs. Nels Sorcnson, 220.". U/jll nk n \A/PrMinri Fourth Av., SW. in the evening. VVIII ^130 Wedding HAPPY THOUGHT Club will Elaine Angell and Robert Schmeling meet for 12 o'clock noon dinner at Enterprise School. ST. AUGUSTINE ROSARY Ro- ceity will meet in the church dining room in the evening. RED CEDAR Chapter, DAR, will meet for 1:30 p.m. dessert luncheon at the YWCA. MODERN MATRONS will meet at the YWCA in the evening. RUMMAGE SALE Furniture, clothing, dishes. Miscellaneous. Cheap. All week. 119'.;. E, Bridge. Adv. 2T Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Angell. Blooming Prairie, announce the engagement of their daughter, Elaine, to Robert Schmeling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schmeling, Waltham. No dale has been set for the wedding. Note to new cooks: When a recipe direct you to "puree," force the food through a strainer or put it through a food mill. Remember Bermuda onions for salads and go-alongs for hamburgers; they are large and sweet. MARVIN'S Z marvin's famous January h more than 3000 fashion-perfect apparel items . . . from our regular collection of glamorous winter and early spring apparel. Everyone of our famous makers represented . . . truly, this is "fabulous fashion at a price." LUXURY COAT r Blocks * Tweeds • Cashmeres' • Man* made Furs and Novelty Fabrics — Regularly $40 to $100 SLACKS Slim and full-leg typei. Plaids, Solids - Stripes — in wool and wool blend fabrics. DRESSES Winter and Early Spring Styling* from Casual to Cocktail. Juniors • Misses - Half Sizes 590 CAR COATS Entire stock of Winter » Warm Wools and Poplins — 990 1490 AND UP AND UP Regularly $8 to $15 LINGERIE Full & Half Slips $3 Pajamas . . ,^. $3 Dusters . ..... . WOff $990 $1490 AN Regularly $15 to $50 AND UP Regularly $15 to $30 KNIT DRESSES Two-piece Chenille Knits in Spring Pastel Shades — 1900 Regularly to $30 SWEATERS Hundreds , of Fud-blend*, Wools, Synthetic^ NoveltiM, Bulky,, Classic* - Regularly $1 0.98 to $1 7.98 DRESS SHOES Calfs . Fabrics - Suedes • Naturalizers . Joyce - Foot Flairs AND UP Regularly $10.98 to $14.98 CASUAL SHOES Pumps - Straps - Saddles BLOUSES A fabulous selection of Silks, Cotton blends, in Shirts, Dressy Blouses and roll sleeve spring types 299 _ 2 « 559 399 _ 2»«/so Regularly to $6.00 House Slippers $2 Regularly to $4 Snow Boots $6.90 Fur lined in black or brown Regularly $10.98 SKIRTS Spring Pastels and Winter Weight*. ' Many are dyed-to-aiatch the Sale Sweaters.'' . $490 AND;UP Regularly $8 to $20 HAND BAGS-SCARVES BELTS-ACCESSORIES Up to 1 /2 Off JEWELRY Earrings - Bracelets • Pins Necklaces 400 35 only fall and winter dresses roll us sleeve unconditionally-guaranteed fabric pure silk blouses .a 00 00 USE YOUR AUSTIN-ALBERT LEA CREDIT PLATE Woodson PTA Presented With Flag, Recording Woodson PTA was presented with a flag and standard by Mrs, Victor Pickett, representing the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, Monday evening. A recording of "The Star Spangled Banner" was presented by'the women of the Austin-Windom Farm Bureau unit. The flag salute and singing of "The Star Spangled Banner" followed, Devotions included the poem, "As the Twig Bends," by Mrs. Loretta Bailey and a paper was read by Mrs. Willard Lillie. The treasurer reported $271.62 profit from the circus sponsored by the PTA in November. Suptl. L. S, Harbo, in a letter to the unit, reported that no action had been taken by the School Board on the request for screens for classroom windows. The safety report was given by Lawrence Branutn. Wilbur Sayles, accordionist, led the group singing. Mrs. Vera Pace talked on "Exploring With Books" and showed slides taken in the school library. Room count was won by Miss Annette Tretzer for the lower grades and Miss Marcia Paulson for the upper grades. Door prize was won by Mrs. Rodney Everson. The fourth grade mothers served lunch. Mrs. Chrz Conducts St. Theresa Study Mrs. Joseph Chrz conducted the study club when St. Theresa Unit met at the home of Mrs. James Fuller, 2006 Bryan, Monday night. Mrs. Chrz was assisting hostess. Mrs. Almon Haney led recitation of the Rosary. Bridge and 500 with prizes won by Mrs. Harry Levi, Mrs. Vernon Kerling and Mrs. Richard Olsen. Mrs. Levi also won the door prize. The February meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Robert Thomas, 1904 McKinley, with Mrs. Sylvester Kronebusch assisting. GLORIA MONSON ' Gloria Ann AAonson and Robert Webber Betrothal Announced Mr. ond Mrs. Merrill Monson, 515 Division, announce the engagement of their daughter Gloria Ann to Robert Webber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Webber, Taopi. No date has been set for the wedding. Mrs. Stanley Budd Hostess to Unit Mrs. Stanley Budd, 1008 Lyndale, was hostess to St. Clair Unit Monday evening. Mrs. Roger Sterling lead the recitation of the Rosary and conducted the study club. During the social hour, door prizes were awarded Mrs. Sterling and Mrs. J. F. Tesar. Lady of Fatima Unit were played Plans Year's PrOJ6CtS ! Our Lady of Fatima Unit metj Tuesday evening with Mrs. Don-] aid Nelson, 812 Cleveland. Mrs. j John Novotny was assisting hostess and led recitation of the Rosary. Projects for the coming year were discussed during the business session and during the social hour When you are baking individual prizes for cards were won by custards in a water bath, allow, at Mrs. Thomas Dunlap, Mrs. Ray- least 40 minutes in a slow (325 mond Blaser and Mrs. Reuben degrees) oven. ' Gillis. Esther Rebecca's Plan Blue Crutch Drive Plans for the January Blue Crutch Drive were made when Esther Rebecca Lodge met Monday evening at IOOF Hall. Mrs. J. B. Steen, in-coming n<v ble grand, announced a card party will be held February 7. Re. ports for the past year were heard. Following the business session, refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Steen and Mrs. Gerhard Hellen. RNA Plans for February Installation The RNA made plans for in- stallatoin of officers at the Feb. ruary meeting when members met Tuesday evening. Mrs. Roy Morgan, 1408 Walnut, was hostess. Mrs. Anna Moore was named installing officer and during the social hour, Mrs. Mark Hamilton and Mrs. Edwyna Perry wer« awarded the door prizes. Mrs. Hamilton will be hostesi in February at her home, 1006 N, Seventh. St. Margaret Unit Meets on Tuesday Mrs. Edward Smock, 816 E. Bridge, was hostess to St. "Margaret Unit Tuesday "evening wHh Mrs. Michael Feeley assisting. Mrs. Harold Harris led recitation of the Rosary and Mrs. Harold Michaels conducted study club. During the social hour prizes were won by Mrs. Fred Smilli, Mrs. Norman Campbell, Mrs. Michaels and Mrs. HarrU, AT WALLACE'S Men's & Ladies' SUITS CLEANED $1 & PRESSED I and "Nit Life" Clc,tn;nf>, Too THOMSEN CLEANERS Hvry. 218 So., Ph. HE 3-6755 Free Pickup Or Delivery ift i $ s I $ The Priceless Look 598 A gem of a blouse, to be sure! It's £ MACSHORE'S dainty new beauty in $ DRIP-DRY cotton batiste. All-over $ embroidery, front and back . . , $ delicate touches of lace for notched $ plunge collar and sleeves. Great £ going with any of your skirts in y < dazzling white. Sizes 30 to 38, $ V ^t 3 :* "You'll like the Friendly Service at Wallace's" ' ft Bravo, Blouson 498 This is the gentle shape that's all the rage with skirts and skinny pants this season. It's MACSHORE'S sissy b I o u s o n with streams of tucks and lace for the front . . . band bottom, self tie. Open Riviera collar. NO-IRON dacron and cotton in white only. Sizes 30 to 38. V si* I 9 I Fashions Street Floor 6- *B- •&• -SB-

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