The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 14, 1959 · Page 6
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 6

Austin, Minnesota
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Wednesday, January 14, 1959
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4-AUStlN (Minn.) HERALD Wednesday, Jan. 14, '59: , NIBUROftStCHlATRrST DIES I York for a half century and was; NEW tTORX (AP)—Dr. Edwin a former president of the Ameri 6. ZabrisWe, M, nationally prom- can Neurological Assn. and the teftnl aearopsyctoatfist. died Tues- Assn. for Research in Nervous . 8e had practiced in New land Mental Disease. soft water unlimited!= Enjoy all the soli water you want, all through the home, ail the time! ciP NEWS for COMING EVENTS WOMEN Completely Automatic Water Softener Save Up To 30% Big Trade-In Allowance for your old Softener. HE 3-3737 407 N. Franklin Austin, Minn. GRACE BAPTIST Missionary Society groups will meet as follows: GROUP 3, with Mrs. Leona Crandnll, 1104 S. River, in the evening. GROUP 4, with Miss Shirley Patch. 403 W. Winona, in the evening- | WESTMINSTER Presbyterian! Church Guild will meet at the church in the evening. GENERAL WSCS, First Methodist Church, will hold ,an Hawaiian WEDNESDAY ST. ANN UNIT will meet with Mrs. Leonard Aanonson, 802 N. Third, in the evening. FIRST BAPTIST Church Missionary Groups will meet as follows: 4, with Mrs. Lawrence i, Austin Rt. 2, in the evening. GROUP 5, with Mrs. Stanley Lewison, 1310 Park, in the evening. GROUP 6, will meet at the church in the evening. GROUP 7, with Mrs. Richard 3t. 2, in the THURSDAY ST. ELIZABETH UNIT will meet Mrs. Peter Merten, 306 N. First, in the evening. ST. HELENA UNIT will meet with Mrs. Wilbur Fischer, 610 Harmon. ST. VERONICA UNIT will meet with Mrs. John Mayer, 508 Elm Tree, in the evening. SOROSIS CLASS, First Methodist Church, will meet with Mrs. Arthur Nelson, 402 S. Chatham, for 6:30 p.m. picnic supper. ST. BARBARA UNIT will meet for 6:30 p.m. potluck supper with Mrs. William Kimlicka, 710 Freeborn, with husbands as guests. MILITARY ORDER of Ladybugs will meet for sewing at VFW Hall in the afternoon. • .L ..... with Mrs. Kenneth Davis, Austin > = .. GROUP 8, ,with Mrs. Larkin, 609 Park, in the ST. DOMINICA UNIT will meet, with Mrs. Alfred Simon, 309 N. i THURSDAY ST. OLAF Circle 6 will meet Sn the afternoon with Mrs. Roger Brewster, 811 W. Bridge. ST. OLAF Circle 11 will meet with Mrs. Marvin Gerber, 606 Harrison, in the afternoon. 10,000th Baby Includes 10,001sr COLDWATER, Mich. W - The Branch Community Health center had to stretch its plans to celebrate the birth of the 10,000th baby since it opened in 1939. Mrs. Ehrle Crandall gave birth to twins and No. 10,001 was included in the celebration, too. Carlo Ann Ferguson Mrs. Albert Shane and Fred Brandt Will Wed Feb. 7 Mr. and Mrs. frvin Ferguson, formerly of Austin, announce the engagement and forthcoming mac riage of their daughter, Carla Ann, to Fred Brandt, St. Ansgar. The wedding will take place at 2 p.m. Feb 7, at Immanuel Lutheran Church, St. Ansgflf. A hote chef says carving is a lost art. He should read som« of the police news. Neighbors are two kinds of people. One kind tends to their own business. • Is Hostess to Unit St. Mark Unit was entertained Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Albert Shane, 402 N. Elm Tree Road. Mrs. Bernard Helebrant was co-hostess. Recitation of the Rosary was led by Mrs. Duane Johnson and Mrs. Frank Bernardy conducted the study club. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Albert Fleiner, Mrs. Bernard Beckel, Mrs. L. J. Butman. The February meeting will be with Mrs. Fleiner, 400 Basswood. Alaska's population has increased almost two-thirds since 1950 and now is about.211,000. Brownie Troop 1 Invested at Ramsey Brownie Girl Scout Lonfc Troop One, ttifal Austin, held Itl fiffct investiture program Tuesday afternoon at Ramsey School. The scouts' mothers and teachers were guests. The Brownies, all classmates In Mrs. El tit Fricke's second grade at Ramsey, include Judy Beck, CarmiUa Cain, A1 a n e Guttormson, Elaine OuU tormson, Teri Hall, Karen Hanson, Joan Hayden, Judy Marcks, Bonnie Swenson. Mrs. Richard E. Hall and Mr*. Arthur P. Hanson are troop leaders. Grove, in the evening. Legion Club. h all-season coats-mi ium lined crepe-back satin lining best selling $100 coafs QUEEN OF PEACE Unit, will VFW AUXILIARY will meet at meet with Mrs. Matt Zuke, 1213 the VFW Hall in the evening. Padden, in the evening. L YLE PTA will meet in the evening at the school. THURSDAY HOME STUDY Club will meet for 12:30 p.m luncheon with Mrs. Homer Warrington, Highway 105 S. ST. BRIGIET UNIT will meet with Mrs. Elmer Klapperick, Austin Rt. 3, in the afternoon. ST. OLAF CHURCH Missionary I V *^ to*** You con enjoy the luxury of a beautiful cashmere coat and the economy of a $21 savings, too! We've two. classically lovely styles, beautifully tailored coats with elegant, hand-stitched detail... in soft, fine Mongolian quality cashmere—milium lined for weightless warmth. Bamboc black or navy, misses' and petite sizes. \ /A '$>. use one of our convenient credit plans er- 1 ? in fashi J' ion ,-. f \ \ ^ * - .1 ...... | ------ -,-. - h r| , , i|T . ______ ____ __ _ _ ____ AT WAI I A r&c < '™ :: ' m ^^-^ : ^^^ :m * n.f w w f^kLfVwC O *» Sensational Savings on Linens, Bedding and Towels! y^M&mKxm;m?w^ & * Guild Circles will meet as fof- $ lows: CIRCLE 24, will meet for 1 p.m. v potluck luncheon at the church x snack room. j$ CIRCLE 1, with Mrs. Mark Ham- ;'&' ilton, 1006 N. Seventh, for 1:30 !* I :*; p.m dessert luncheon. % CIRCLE 32, with Mrs. Chester |$ Bowers, 1503 W. Mill in the after noon. p.m. dessert luncheon. CIRCLE 2, with Mrs. Arthur L. Swenson, 906 N. Sixth, for 1:30 The following circles will meet in the afternoon: CIRCLE 3, with Mrs. James Braaten, 609 Myrtle. CIRCLE 9, with Mrs. Paul Heltne, 506 Nicholson. CIRCLE 15, will meet at the § church parlors. $ I i i $ CIRCLE 18, with Mrs. Alton Hagen, 612 Grant. CIRCLE 20, with Mrs. Torger Berge, 405 Ash, for luncheon. CIRCLE 37, with Mrs. Blaine Knutson, 1708 McKinley. CIRCLE 4, with Mrs. Carl Mellem, 904 N. First. CIRCLE 8, with Mrs. Albin Swen- i? son, 907 W. Winona. '$ CIRCLE 12 with Mrs. Ernest Murphy, 800 Gleason. CIRCLE 13, with Mrs. Victor * Engleson, 304 S. St. Paul. i* CIRCLE 19, with Mrs. Guy Wil- \$ Hams, 819 E. Water. )'•' CIRCLE 26, with Mrs. Edward 1$ Hansen, Rose Creek. The following circles will meet in the evening: |CIRCLE 7, with Mrs. Brooks I* Cutter, 106 N. Fifth. \\ CIRCLE 10, with Mrs. John Snyder, 1004 Gleason. CIRCLE 16, will meet at the ^ church parlors. !s§ CIRCLE 17, with Mrs, Bernard 'v ;•; Simpson, Highway 21C-S. CIRCLE 21, with Mrs. Lloyd \2 Camerer, 1302 .Collins. * CIRCLE 30, with Mrs. James Dagen, 1801 Mower. CIRCLE 34, with Mrs. Hugo Hanson, 2000 McKinley. CIRCLE 30, with Mrs. Emery Hovland, 2306 Sheldon. ROSE CREEK PTA will meet in the evening at the school. BIG REDUCTIONS While Our CLEARANCE SALE LASTS VAGABONDS One Group Reg. to $17.95 $9.95 MEN'S LOAFER JACKETS Reg. to $17.50 PRICES REDUCED ON Women'i Suits Dreuei Jumpers Coats MANY OTHER ITEMS Sale Ends Saturday, Jan. 17th » »»v Woolen Shoppe 509 N. Main HE 7-1103 Fox Hotel Bldj. Op«n 12 Noon 'till 5:30 Bin Friday 'till 9 p.m. a * I $ * WEARWELL MUSLIN SHEETS 72 x 108 Twin Bottom Reg. 1.99 81 x 108 Full Bottom Reg. 2.19 Sale $1.59 Sale $1.69 Sale $1.59 DURACALE SHEETS 72 x 108 Twin Bottom Reg. 2.29 ea. 180 THREAD COUNT 81 x 108 Full Bottom Reg. 2.79 Cases 42x38'/j Reg. 59c ea Sale $1.99 ea. Sale $2.19 ea. Sale49c FIELDCREST TUDOR BLANKETS 10 ONLY ST. MARY'S BLANKETS Blend of rayon acrilan and nylon. 6" nylon binding. Guaranteed forever Lightweight. 72"x90". Rose, blue, white, against moth damage. 72"x90" $/97 beige, yellow. $ O g8 size. Regular $8.98 0 Regular $11.98 Q "Nylo Fluff" Mattress PADS Nylon Filling for Quick Drying Full Size Twin Size Regular $3.98 Regular $2.98 $3.57 $2.67 Fielderest "Spring Song" TOWELS $1.98 Bath Size Towels $1.47 98c Hand Towels 77c 39c Wash Cloths - 27c •••^^•MMH FIELDCREST COUNTRY FAIR Bath Towel R eg . 1.98 Sale $1.37 Hand Towel R eg . 1.00. . Sale .77 Fingertip Towel R eg . 49c. . Sale .37 Wash Cloths Reg. 39c. .Sale .27 Assorted Colors $1.29 Fitted Crib Sheets by Chix 87c $7.98 Bed Spreads $5.93 Mattress Pads Reduced $3.87 and $5^47 FIELDCREST SHEET BLANKETS Assorted Cotton Plaidi 60" x 76" Regular $1.39 970 FIEIDCREST Blankets 100% Aerilon Cotton. All Nylon binding. 72" x 90". Reg. $14.98, Sa,e $ 10 BY BARCLAY Dacron Filled Comforters Percale Covered. Non Allergenlc. Mildew - proof. Moth - proof. Lightweight. Rose, Blue, Mocha Green. Regular $8.98. SALE 6 FRENCH CREPE BED PILLOWS 21 x 27" - Aerilon - filled. Restful sleep. Always fluffy and soft for relaxed sleep. Moth resistant. Reg. 4.98 97 Sale IMPORTED 100% GOOSE DOWN BED PILLOWS Easily machine washable and dryable. Size 21x27". Reg, 9.98 ea. 777 Sale / ea. REGULAR $8.98 ALUMINUM CHAFING DISH $ 2 97 (You Save Over Six Dollars!) ONE GROUP SATEEN PIECE GOODS Regular $1.79 yard $ 1 36" wide I 24x48" Assorted Colors .98 •Ml 100% WOOL Braided Rugs ST. MARY'S UOHIWEI3HT <f _ $ 11 98 Blankets $ S 72"x90" Assorted Colors ** BLANKETS By Campus Maker ONE GROUP OF 36" TO 45" WIDE Fabrics ^.^59, 2 YARDS for $1.00 CHAIR PADS Pure foam rubber filled, zip removable washable covers. Handy- ties secure pads to chair. Fits - Round - captains - dinette. LIMITED QUANTITY 3 Piece Reversoble Both Mots Assorted Colors. Reg. $3.98 12 SETS ONLY Breck Pork 16 pc. Melmoc Starter Sets Regular $19.98 Sale! $197 $' 1 2 sti Reg. 2.98 $197 Reg. 3.50 $247 Reg. 2.98 $197 ''You'll Like the friendly Service at Wallace's" 63 x 108 Sheets Reg. 7.99 8 • j " *.* I i s •-•*4fr • - *SIS* •«£• -JU* &£? 'SB*-. *SIS* 9 i

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