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NEWS for WOMEN JOYCE FARRELL Joyce Ann Forrell and Darrel Maas Engaged to Wed Mr. and Mrs. Robert Farrell, Brownsdale, announce the engagement of their daughter, Joyce Ann, to Darrel Maas. He Is the son of Mfj and. Mrs. Clarence Maas, Brownsdale. ... No date has been set for the wedding. COMING EVENTS MONDAY ST. THERESA UNIT will meet with Mrs. Vincent Clifford, 1310 Baldwin, in the evening; ST. JAMES UNIT will meet with Mrs. William O'Shaughnessy, 302 Burr Oak, in the evening. ST. ANTHONY U^lIT will meet with Mrs. Howard Bellrichard, 706 Walnut, in the evening. ST. HILDA UNIT will meet With Mrs. Duane Kolb, 506 Padden, in the evening. ST. MONICA UNIT will meet with Mrs. Kenneth Rolfson, 516 Lincoln, in the evening. ST. ETHELREDA UNIT will meet with Miss Florence Garrity 901 W. Winona, in the evening. MARIA GORETTI UNIT will meet with Mrs. John Huinker 2004 E. Winona, In the evening ST. VERONICA UNIT will meet with Mrs. Robert Simons, 2006 Parkview, in the evening. THETARHO CLUB will meet for election of officers at IOOF Hall in the evening. ST. LUKE UNIT will meet with Mrs. Castar Adams, 1614 W. Grove, in the evening. 1 FARMER'S UNION will meet at Enterprize School in the even- Ing. WBA CLUB 33 will meet with Miss Sandra Swenson, 2502 Fourth Av., SW, In the evening. UNITY CHAPTER 29, OES, will meet at Masonic Hall in the evening. TOPS CLUB J will met with Mri. Elmer Grunwaldt, 702 8. Main, in the tvening. It's Thomsen Cleaners Again! Men's and Ladies' SUITS CLEANED PRESSED (No Coupon Books To Bay) S i 1 All thli plui Thomsen'i Traditionally Hi Quality Workmanship and Service. Plus "Nu Life" Cleaning THOHSEN CLEANERS Ph. HE 3-6755 For Prompt Pick Up t Delivery Service FREE TUESDAY NORTHEAST WINDOW HOttlS Project Group will meet with Mrs, Arehift Wilson, Rose Creek, in the morning for study and 12 o'clock noon luncheon. ST. AUGUSTINE MISSIONARY Society will meet for 2 p.m. dessert luncheon at the church dining hall. PAST NOBLE Grands will meet for 1:30 p.m dessert luncheon with Mrs. Norman Apold, 711 Nlchol- sen. MILITARY ORDER of Ladybugs will meet at VFW Hall In the evening. ST. MARK UNIT will meet with Mrs. Albert .Shaitt, 402 Elm Tree, in the evening. MRS. JAYCEES <will meet at the Sterling State Bank Community Room in the evening. PAST ORACLES Club will meet with Mrs. Anna Moore, 510 Gleason, for 6:30 p.m. dinner. AAUW WILL meet at the YWCA in the evening. ST. WINIFRED UNIT will meet with Mrs. William Enright, 200 Division, in the evening. RED ROCK Project Group will meet for 1 p.m. luncheon with Mrs. Raymond Wagner, Austin Rt. 5. UNITED CHURCH Women will meet at the Congregational Church in the morning. DEGREE OF Honor will hold Installation at IOOF Hall, in the evening. ' WOMEN OF Moose homemaking committee will meet in the evening with Mrs. George Ross Jr., 2115 Hope. WOMEN OF Moose ritual committee will meet in the evening with Mrs. Wesley Granle, 312 Division. ST. AUGUSTINE Rosary Society unit chairmen will meet in the evening at the church dining hall. Margaret Combs, Richard Bucksen Wed in California Miss Margaret Elaine Combs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Combs Sr,, 1600 W. Mill, became the bride of Richard Glen Bucksen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Campion, Pasadena, Calif., Saturday morning. The wedding took place at St. Elizabeth Church in Pasadena, the Rev. Condon perform the cere mony at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. LaCue Jr. accompanied th£ soloist, Robert Condine. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of tulle over slipper satin with a floor- length skirt, lace bodice and peplum and sweetheart neckline trimmed with sequins. A tiara held her veil of illusion net and she carried a bouquet of white carnation*, t white orchid and roses Her diamond cross was a gift from the groom. Mrs. Walter Pesota, sister of the groom, was matron of honor wearing a colonial blue princes-styled gown .with a crown and a pearl necklace, a fift from the bride Her bouquet was of pink feathered carnations. Walter Pesota attended t h e groom as bestman fcnd ushers were ' Dwight Paul and Richard Bagley Mrs. Combs was attired in a avacado dress with spice acces [series and the groom's mother j wore a royal' blue dress w i 11 I matching accessories. Their cor sages were of white orchids. Seventy • five guests attended the reception held at Monty's in Pasadena. Miss Ellen Frazen was in charge of the guest book and gifts. Mr. mnd Mrs. Bucksen will be at home at 1404 Loi Robles N. Pasadena, after a trip to S a n Francisco. For travel, the bride chose a navy blue suit with red accessories. PATRICIA MALONEY Patricia Maloney, Jerry L. Hartson Betrothal Announced Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Maloney, 304 Lyman Lane, announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to Jerry L. Hartson, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Hartson, 1700 S. Kenwood. No dale, has been set for the wedding. Rosella Fasbender Becomes Bride of Wallace Vogen Miss Rosella Fasbender, daugh- er of Joe M. Fasbender, Adams, and Wallace Vogen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Vogen, Rushford, tfinn., were married in a double- ring ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Sat- irday at St. John's Church, Rochester. The bride was given in marriage >y her brother, Vincent Fasbender, Adams. She wore a white knit suit with a sequin hat and white gloves. Her corsage was of deep roses and • white carnations and Although it can outswim mos fish, the bottle-nosed dolphin (or porposie) can remain submerge! no longer than three minutes. More gold was mined in North Carolina than in any other state in the Union prior to the Calif ornia gold rush. her pearl earrings were a gift Tom the groom. Mrs; Gary Speltz of Minneska, Caroline Russell and Ray Mimoz Exchange Vows Miss Caroline F, Russell, Minneapolis, and Ray Munot, Minneapolis, were married Saturday morning a t Queen of Angels Church. The Rev. Charles G. McDonald performed th* doubl««flng service at 11 a.m. The bride is the daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Russell, Aus- tlh Rt. 6, and the groom la the son of Mr, and .Mr*. Luis Munoz, Puerto Rico, The bride was given in marriage by her father, She «rore a ballerina • length gown of white net over taffeta'with fitted Wdice of white lace fashioned with scoop neckline and long sleeves, and bouffant skirt styled with ruffles of net. Her fingertip net and lace veil fell from a tiara of seed pearls and rhinestones and she wore a pearl necklace and earrings, gifts from the groom. She carried a white Bible with yellow and white orchids with yellow daisies in streamers. Miss Jan Hazddine, Minneapolis, maid of honor, and Miss Patricia Holbert, bridesmaid, were attired in 'ballerina-length gowns of irridescent green taffeta with matching cummerbund. Their pearl earrings were gifts from the bride and they carried colonial bouquets of yellow and white cry- santhemums. Donald Bins, Minneapolis, was bestman and Ray Vecellio, Faribault, was groomsman. Ushers were Francis Curtin, Evandale, Iowa, and John Greeley, Grand Meadow, uncles of the bride. The bride's mother wore a navy blue faille sheath with white accessories and corsage.of red roses and white carnations. Following the ceremony, reception for 40 gpests was held at tte Rose Room. Mrs. Jerry Tosten son, Hollandale, was at the guest book and gift table. The bride Is a graduate of Aua tin High School and is employed with IBM, Minneapolis. The groom Minn., cousin of the bride, was is a graduate of Florida Univer matron of honor wearing an emerald green taffeta dress with a black and white feather hat and corsage of yellow roses and white iarnations. Her gold earrings were a gift from the bride. Gary Speltz, Minneska was best- man. Mrs. V o g e n, mother of t h e groom, was attired in a black suit with white accessories and corsage of pink roses and white carnations. -A reception for 36 guests was held at the Markay Dining Room, Rochester. After a trip to Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Vogen will be at home at B39 Seventh Ave. SW, Rochester. The bride is employed at St. Marys Hospital, Rochester, and the groom is with the IBM Corp. YEAR'S LOAN NOGALES, Ariz. W — Someone stole a garden hose from the home of Mrs. Fernando Elias on Halloween, 1957. It was returned on Halloween, 1958, sity, Gainsville, Fla., and attends the University of Minnesota, Min neapolis, where he is a political science major. Following a wedding trip, the bridal couple home at 2530 NO GADGETS—Just to remind you of what a woman used to look like, here are a couple of curvy styles in the New York designers' spring preview collection. Fashion Press Gets Welcome News, Spring Styles Are Back to Normal will llth make their Av. S., Minneapolis.'For travel, Mrs. Munoz wore a black and white two-piece tweed suit with matching accessories and white and yellow orchid corsage.' She Dies Dancing as Lonely Heart Stops MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — A blonde widow, waltzing at a lonely hearts party, collapsed in her partner's arms and died minutes later Sunday night. Mrs. Mary Mieczkowski, S3, of Minneapolis, apparently was the victim of a heart attack. She was in Miami on vacation. By DOROTHY ROE i Associated Press Women's Editor NEW YORK (AP)-The nation's fashion press, 200 strong, learned the welcome news today that clothes are back to normal. No more chemises, no more trapezes, no more distortions of the female figure are to be foisted on the public this spring, New York designers made plain as they opened a week ol spring previews. Waistlines are back where they should be, or slightly raised, skirts iiave enough room for walking, suits are comfortable and wearable, hemlines cover the knees, and a woman can go out and buy her 1959 Easter outfit without fear of her husband's rage—at least so far as style is concerned. All these tidings of joy, it seems, are largely the result of a mass male protest'against the grotesque fashions of the last few seasons. When husbands refuse to foot the bills for a new wardrobe, women don't buy. It's as simple as that. And it was the furious roar of husbands from coast to coast that blasted the sack dress into oblivion, wilted the trapeze and made it clear that modern men do not want their wives or sweethearts to look like Empress Josephine, no matter how fascinating that royal lady may have been in her day. The Empire silhouette, which was the big news of both Paris and New York collections last fall, has been stringently modified Stick to Your Guns, Mother ft? ANN LANOEM fleif Aftft! 1 low to knll. My husband says thU is * sign of A weak mind. He claims anyone who can sit for hoMrs and do the tame ihlng fiver and over mutt be slightly feeble-minded. Thht burns me up, especially when he does some father peculiar things and thinks nothing of it. fiuring the foot- bail season he had the TV turned to one game and the radio tuned in to another. He ran from the living room to the sun porch and acted excited. I knew good and well he didn't know what WAS going on either place. During the elections he pulled the same stuff. When I asked him who was winning in New York he snid "Vanderbllt." (He knew it was somebody with loads of money but that was all.) I'd appreciate it If you'd say Ann Lander* Nevada, which hag the seventh largest are of the 49 states, has the smallest number of people. Miss Judith Wakefield Becomes Bride of Dale Drommerhausen Miss Judith Wakefield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Wakefield, 115 Bauman, and Dale Drom- merhausen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Drommerhausen, Albert Lea, were married at 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Augustine Church. The Rev. Jerome Verdick performed the ceremony at the altar decorated with red poinsettias and white mums. The .bride was given in marriage by her father. Attendants were Miss Janette Wakefield, sister of the bride, as maid of honor, Mrs. Neil Zwiener, Blooming Prairie, aunt of the bride, as bridesmaid, and Elizabeth Wakefield, also a! ela Zwiener and Miss Barbara Ho- jackets and white fur hats. They carried muffs covered with white roses and carnation*. The junior bridesmaid wore a gown pf red velveteen and white nylon with a white fur hat and carried a muff. Mrs. Wakefield was attired in a dusty blue dress with white feathered hat and corsage of red roses and pink carnations. The groom's mother wore • black dress with accessories to match and a corsage of roses and carnations. A reception was held in the Methodist Circles at Grand Meadow Circles of the Methodist Church, Grand Meadow, met Wednesday afternoon. CIRCLE I Mrs. Ernest Tune conducted devotions and study topic for Circle One. Members met with Mrs. Ella Seeman. CIRCLE 2 Mrs. Hobart Goodsell was hostess to Circle Two. Mrs. George Voorhees gave the lesson and Mrs Jerry Kress conducted devotions Mrs, Voorhees was honored on her birthday during the social hour. CIRCLE 3 Circle Three met with Mrs. Roger Walker and Miss Florence Cook conducting the devotions and study topic. Mrs. Henry Lenger- for spring. Belts still are oftfin higher than normal, but when tills is true the entire waistline area is defined, to leave no doubt ns to the natural lines of the figure. Suits for spring are almost universally short jacketed, with slender skirts eased through the hipline and tapered at the hem. Jackets may be loose and s t r ai g h t, slightly rounded or bloused — but they are usually brief. The exception is the walking suit, with three-quarter length jacket, which can be worn as a separate short coat. The dress-and-jacket costume is one of the most popular outfits of spring, the dress usually with natural waistline, the jacket brief and easy. St. Margaret Unit Elects New Officers New officers were elected by St. Margaret Unit of Sacred Heart Church, Adams, Thursday at the home of Mrs. Joseph Adams. Mrs. Henry Hass is president and Mrs. John Haehn, secretary- treasurer. Five hundred was played with prizes awarded Mrs. Paul Loech er, Mrs. Victor Jensen, Mrs. John Wagner Sr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ol son. Mrs. Anthony Braun will en tertain in February. something in print about this. I'm getting fed up with his at tacks on my mentality just because I like to knit, — especially when his behavior is so odd. — PORT CHESTERETTE Knitting is not a sign of a weak mind. It requires skill and cnn be extremely intricate. Any woman who can knit an argyle sock has my undying admiration. During the war 1 knit two pairs of sim pie G.I. BOX and was politely told] I could do my country a great service if I knit for the Germans. I don't agree that your husband's behavior indicates he's unbalanced. Giving the appearance of taking in two activities at once makes liim feel superior. The fact that he falls between the chairs and gets very little from either doesn't enter his mind. "Overly busy" people have hungry egos. They're Interested not so much confusion. With such a man, a ittte compliment can go t long way. fry it. Deaf Ann Landers: pleaM for* give me for not signing my name this letter but there'* enough trouble in our family as it Is. How can t get it through.my 14 year old's head that she should not entertain boyfriends in a room with the door closed — eveft if they are only dancing? She keeps telling me,if 1 trusted her It wouldn't make any difference If the door was open or closed. How about thig, Ann? Am I square? If you can give me something in the paper to show her I'd be grateful. These days parents need all the help they can get. Please hurry. — WEAK MOTH. ER Dear-Weak: Teenagers who are only dancing should have no objections to the open door policy. Insist she respect your judgment and stick to your guns. Explain that this has nothing to do with trust. It is a matter of good taste. You cnn demonstrate your confidence by keeping busy in an other part of the house when she has guests. Make yourself scarce and she'll be less inclined to "shut you out." khew MS was fit* mi, in plain English it meant, hi* wife and children came first, And why shouldn't they? Why WkTi tttJ «&- pid to **e it? Did you know, Ann, you can actually feel it when your Tieftft breaks? - ONE WHO KNOWS To learn how to keep yonf boy friend in line without losing hfm, send for Aim Lander*' new booklet, "Necking and Petting - And How Far To Go," enclosing with your request 20 cent* in coin and a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope, (Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of THE HERALD enclosing a stamped, aelf- addressed envelope.) AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Monday, Jan. 12, 1959 Dear Ann Landers: I am not writing for advice — you've already advised me. But like a fool, I didn't listen. I'm writing in hopes that I can save someone else a broken heart. I was one of those women who thought she was different — too smart to be caught in a mess. I wasn't the type. I learned too late, Ann, that love doesn't pick types. I gave myself, body and soul to a married man. He deceived me into believing nothing could keep us apart. I made him the center of my universe. Nothing else mattered. Then one fine day he told me we'd have to see each other "less" because the situation at home was getting shaky and he in achievement, as the illusion of | couldn't afford to have trouble efflcience created by organized I with his family. St. Olaf LCR Meets at Church Pamela Aandahl gave the open- :ng prayer when the St. Olaf Lutheran Church LCR met Saturday afternoon at the church. Miss Florence Kylen accompanied the group for a hymn sing. Devotions and Bible study were given by Miss Marian Johnson. Gary Knight gave the worship offering prayer Following a film showing, and a story told by Gaylor Jensen, games were played and refreshments ser ved. Committee members were Carolyn Erickson, Nola Farnsworth, Carlyn Foss, Brian Fisch er and Sharon Carlson. Job's Daughters Install Officers With Sign Sitz, Honored Queen Sigri Sitz, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Sitz, 1006 N. Sixth, was installed as honored queen of Bethel 20, Order of Job's Daughters, Saturday evening at the Masonic Hall. Sandra Hockett, retiring queen, church dining hall. Mrs. Donald man was chairman of social hour Drommerhausen, Albert Lea, serv-' activities. During the business ses- „.„. ed the wedding cake as Martin sion. it was voted to purchase smail | Appointed officers are: Carmine Installing of ficer assisted by Mrs. John Thorsell, musician, and Karen Williams, soloist. Other installing Slgrl Sitz officers were Miss Mary Dunlap, M i s i Barbara Dean, Mrs. Thomas Holgate and Mrs. Robert Dunlap, Mrs. Robert Thatcher, Mrs. David Owen. Elective officers include Judy Cook, senior princess; Nancy Jordan, junior princess; Patty Thatcher, guide; Mary Stevens, marshal. sister of the bride, as junior bridesmaid. Larry Sterns, Albert Lea, was bestman and Neil Zwiener land Dulitz, Albert Lea, poured. Others who served were Miss Bonnie Barnett, Miss Joyce Wasco, and Donald Drommerhausen were i Miss Marcia Harkness. Miss Pam- groomsmen. Ushers were Jerry! ela Zwiener and Miss Barbara Ho- Drommerhausen and Paul Gul-!gan were at the gift table and brandson, Albert Lea. j Miss Patricia Bates was in charge A gown of white velvet was won) of the guest book. AYMOND'S j Will Be CLOSED All Pay TUESDAY To Prepare Far Their Great Storewidt January CLEARANCE SALE! by the bride. It was fashioned with princess lines, a waltz-length skirt and brief jacket of lace. Her veil jot illusion net and lace fell from I a crown of seed pearls and seq- I uins and she carried a lace-covered missal with white and garnet roses and streamers of miniature roses. The attendants wore waltz-length gowns of red velveteen with fitted For travel, the bride chose a navy blue dress with black accessories and a corsage of roses and carnations. After a short trip, Mr. and Mrs. Drommerhausen will be at home at 715 W. Main, Albert Lea. Guests from Albert Lea, Waterloo, Blooming Prairie, Minneapolis, Hollandale, Glenville and Austin attended the wedding. chairs for the Sunday school rooms. CIRCLE 4 Mrs. Robert Burns was hostess Zeller and Carol Christensen, ior and junior custodians; Mary Hynie and Anne Finch, inner and outer guards; to Circle Four. Members met in'corder; Jan Elline Arney, Kelly, re- treasurer; the evening for a social hour. CIRCLE 5 devotions for Circle Five. Mem-i j Jean Hegstad, chaplain; Lois Can{field, musician; Nancy Grimley, i librarian; and Sharon Wright, Bet Sargent, Rosemary Ferris, Ju bers met with Mrs, Ralph Hoppin! dy Wilson and Terry Stephenson, were Maryan Williams, Natalie Arney, Ruth Haakenson, Kaye Mix, Susan Fischer, Judy Laivell, Ruth Kellogg, LaVonne Gallaherf Jackie Corbin, Jean Nelson, Becky Love and Carol Downing. An honored queen's pin and a past honored queen's pin were presented and Miss Dean read a poem. During the social hour, Mrs. R. C. Troop was in charge of the guest book, Miss Florence Vogel, served punch and Mrs. Leo B. Ringer poured. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Richard Arney, Mrs. Francla Cook, Mrs. A. H. Haakenson and Mrs. Jean Stephenson, assisted by Mrs. Arlo Jordan and Mrs. Arthur Sucha. Mrs. Arthur Gibson, bethel guardian, and Victor Sasse, associate, assisted with installation arrangements and Judy Laivell and Susan Fischer were hostesses. Attending from out-of-town were E. R. Sitz, Mr. and Mm. Martin Klingvall, Byron; Mr. and Mra. Leo B. Ringer, Candy and Nancy, Norfolk, Neb.; Miss Becky Love, Rochester; Miss Mary Ellen Blunt, Albert Lea. PERSONAL NOTES Mrs. Mildred Baldus, 1311 Baldwin, underwent surgery at St. Vfarys Hospital, Her room number is 3-171. Out-of-town people attending funeral services for John HerEog Friday included the Very Rev. Leo Burns, F. J., Dr. J. V. Herzog, Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs Vernon Bums and daughter, Mrs Marilyn Boekleman, Algona Iowa; Mrs. Lucy Duncan, Philip Oelher, Cresco, Iowa; Jerome Herzog, Montanna; Msgr. John C McShane, Waseca; the Rev. Al Ian McShane, Lewigton, Minn. The Rev. Adrian McShane, N. S C., Youngstown, Olu'o; Dr. Clinton McShane, MM. Pierce Reilly, St Louis, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Char les Goodrich, Mrs. Julia Conroy i Mis* Mayme O'Brien, Mi« Elinor Kneit, Miss Su* Haag, St. Paul- Miss Veronica McShan*, Minnea polis; Mrs. Hubert J. Burken, Des Moines; Mrs. James Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Henry and daughter, Carol, Decorah, Iowa; Mr. and Mrc. Robert McShan* and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hynes, Winnebago, Minn.; Sister Mary Quenton, 0. S. F., Rochester. LADIES' WEAR DEPARTMENT SPECIALS! LADIES' FLANNEL Pajamas Gowns • finest toft cotton challis flannel • ski type styling • complete «fr* (election Reduced To Clear! Convicts who built th* governor's mansion «t Raleigh, N. C., moulded their initials into many of the bricks. Foreigners are not permitted to buy land in American Samoa. There without is no place lightning or on earth electrical storms, but such storms rarely occur at the poles. Third largest iron ore field in the United States is located in northern New York state. * * * * LADIES' Blouses Smart blouses from our large selection-of colon and styles. All »izci. First quality — why pay morel Reg. $2.98 Reg. $3.98 $j $2^ * * LADIES' & MISSES Skirts • all-wool flanneU • all-wool plaid* • plain woolt Regularly to $10.00 $44 Inflation makes m . !«$$, but a lot of people still wont hov«o lot to worry about »•» for 1 p.m. luncheon. CIRCLE 6 messengers. Installed as the celestial choir i were Peggy Wolfe, Anne Redding, Mrs. WU1U Drinkall and Mrs. 1 Lana Miller, Marsha Cook, Mary Lyle Farmer were co-hostesses to Louk, Vickie Burton, Katliy Mc- Circle Six at th« Drinkall home. Grew, Kathey Fifield, Kathy Hoc- Plans were made for guest night kett, Judy Lane, Judy Rush, Judyj in February with Mrs. Donald Hoff,' Reiswig, Linda Radke, Patricia' Mrs. Werner Buchmann conduct-' Nord and JoAnn Larson, ed devotions. j Participating in the floral aisle Resolved in 1959 to SUM DOWN AT HOME You can trim inches from lummy, hips, legs with the Stauffer Home Reducing Plan of effortless excrete and caloric wd.uccion. And, you can do Jt at home. Call Bernyce Crowds HE 34746 ttauffer NEW and BEST-SELLING PAPER BACKS SOME CAME RUNNING James Jones PLEASE DON'T EAT THE DAISIES - - - Jean Kerr The Incomparable Max Sbulmau's BAREFOOT BOY WITH CHEEK RALLY ROUND THE FLAG, BOYS THE ZEBRA DERBY ON THE BEACH ........ Nevil Shut* MY OWN STORY ..... Bernard M. Baruch We Have 3500 Titl« in Paperbacks, Including Some of the World's Classics. 4I| N. Mtte NCMITZ'S CIGAR *>. *t 11 IOOK JTOBE 7 HI ). Wttk— HQUM Cleaning 4 >« 89c Beautifully laundered (No Sport Shirts) WP W Ml ^IWW ^iPWBHPHB ^^RUB HUHHMUHi iHi SWEATER Jackets all-woof plaids and • Color-coordinated to wear with your favorite ikirt Regularly to $10,00 $C99 5 SEE THE OUTSTANDING VALUES IN OUR CQMPIETC todies' Deportment I Ben Franklin tbgppjftg

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