The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 14, 1959 · Page 9
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 9

Austin, Minnesota
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Wednesday, January 14, 1959
Page 9
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... at these real BARGAINS! 500 ASPIRIN ONLY 98 C 5 Gr. U.S.P. We Managed to Obtain a Few More GILLETTE World Series Specials Reg. $1.00 79 VICES VAPO STEAM COLD REMEDIES Liquid Medication for use in vaporizers. 98 BUBICOL for coughs due to colds. Made exclusively by People'* Drug Co. Guaranteed. Ask for FREE SAMPLES. 4 Or. 98 DRISTAN Decongesrant Tablets 24 '. 98c 50 $1.69 100 $2.89 Buy the Large Size and SAVE Phar-Med Glycerin Suppositories 25's - Adult Once A Year Special DEEP MAGIC 2 - 60c Bottles 89c Plus Tax ALBERTO V05 and RINSE AWAY BOTH FOR $1.00 Vernell's BUTTER MINTS Reg. 29c 21« — 2 FOR 39« Valentine's Day is Feb. 14th. SEE OUR SELECTION OF VALENTINE C&RDS MASTI-TREAT Mastitis Treatment — 2 Free with 10 3 Sizes and Strengths to Choose From Disposable Syringe We Give COLD BOND STAMPS PEOPLES 203 N. Main HE 3-3161 Boy Scout Director Is PTA Speaker Edward Stewns, Spamland District ejtecuHve Boy Scout director, outlined area activities when he presented an overall .picture of Scouting at the Queen of Angels PTA meeting Tuesday evening. Msgr. 0. A. Cunningham offered the opening prayer and Wayne Mason introduced the Speaker. A recording of the Star Spangled Banner, gift from women of the Mow er County f a^m Bureau, was acknowledged. The Junior High Chorus directed by Sister M. Wilhelmena,' sang several selections. Room count prizes were won by Sister M. Inez's seventh and eighth grades, first; Sister M. Marga's first grade, second; and Mrs. LeRoy Maschka's fifth grade, third. John Coleman was awarded the door prize. Refreshments were served by the fourth grade mothers with Mrs. Herbert Johnston, chairman. Recitation of Rosary Opens Unit Meeting Recitation of the Rosary, led by Mrs. Joe Nelson, opened the meeting of St. feresa Unit Tuesday evening. Mrs. Vincent Clifford, 1310 Baldwin, was hostess, assisted by Mrs. Louis Ciola. Cards were played wtyh prizes awarded Mrs. Donald Gbslee and Mrs. Nelson. Mrs. Allen Lnrko- ski received the door prize. Bridge Club Meets at Rose Creek Cards were played at three t<ab- les when the Rose Creek Bridge Club met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Jacob Majerus. Prizes were won by Mrs. Frank Uschold, Mrs. Bernard Schammel and Mrs. Gerald Meany. • Mrs. Martin Landherr will be hostess Jan, 27. Dental Assistants Meet for Dinner A dinner marked the first meeting of the Austin Denial Assistants Study Club Tuesday evening at the Dinner Bell. • The president, Mrs. John Radamacher, read the by-laws and dues were received by Mrs. Rninonn Drake, secretary-treasurer. Miss Irene Hart was named program Chairman with Mrs. Kiln Roush assisting. The next C.-.10 p.m. dinner meeting will be Feb. 10. CHRISTIANITY INVOLVES 1'AIN ST. LOUIS Wl - Christianity isn't supposed to be merely n "religion of comfort," ns it is often presented today, the Rev. Dr. Oswald Hoffman said on this week's "Lutheran Hour." He noted that Christ said any follower must "deny himself, lake up his cross, 1 ' PERSONAL NOTES Mrs. Roy Wood, Dexter, is a patient at St. Olaf Hospital, room 2R3. Jack Dunn, 407 N. First, is a patient at St. Olaf Hospital, where he underwent surgery. RobeVt Hartquist underwent major surgery at St. Olat Hospital. His room number is 273. Miss Grnce Pollard, LeRoy, is a patient at Methodist Hospital, Rochester, where she underwent surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Webber, Taopi, entertained nt a family party Sunday in honor of their son, Robert, who will leave tomorrow for duty with the Army. Dr. and Mrs. Gene Medintuis and son Mark left this morning for their home in VVatseka, 111., after spending the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Medinnus, MR Moscow, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Kulzer, Owntonna, and oth-i er relatives in Minneapolis and LeRoy. Allen Hatnillon is being treated at Northwestern Hospital, Minneapolis, before undergoing major surgery. He will be hospitalized several weeks. His room number is 211. Ronald Rich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rich, LeRoy, returned home Monday from St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Cresco, Iowa, where he had been a patient the past week. Tara Kay Cooling, daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cooling, R03 Gleason, was baptized nt Christ Episcopal Church Sunday by the Rev. T. J. Williams. Sponsors were Mrs. Donald Cooling and Kenneth Cafourek. London, and Mrs. Norris Hamburg, Albert Lea. Sup per was served at the Cooling home following the ceremony and the third birthday of their son, Michael, was observed. Guests included Mr. and- Mr*. Edward A, Ingvaldiort and Bdward, Hay ward; Mr. and Mrs. Hamburg, Jeanne and Mark, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Cafourek, Kenneth, Sandra and Diane Cafourek, London; Mr. and Mrs, Alvin Cooling, Mr. and Mfg. Donald Cooling and Joni, and Mrs. Leonard (Me, Austin. SINGERS TURN EVANGELISTS WASHINGTON, D. C. Of) -Two former popular singers, Joyce Bryant, a torchy ballad crooner, and Little Richard" Pennlman, a "rock n roll" tunebelter, now ore singing evangelists for the Seventh day Adventist Church. When the February sales are on nt the stores, mother's money goes sailing. An Ohio plumber finally collected a bill that was eight years old Who says they forget? AUSflN (Men*.) M6ftAl& Weefnesday, Jart, 14, W Start Dogs Barking TUCSON, Ariz. «8 ~ A f ucscn ' resident told police he didn't tttod young couples tiring Ms ptfwfe' road as a lovers' lane. But, he added, softie of then, are loud kissers. They aw«k«S his ' dogs, which bark and awaken Ms family. SURVEY AUTHORI2E& SANTA ROSA, Calf, Oft <~ A professional management consultant firm has been retained by Callfornlas Southern Baptist convention to survey its operations —and aee if changes are needed for more efficiency. Some careless drivers must think that bars on jail windows are there to keep them out. SUNSHINE Ut JANUARY »ftj», .MilT.rtJ/ /// . A.''JJ' Whether you dwell south or north of the horizon you'll fall in love with our dazzling, sunshine-bright cottons with the costly look, and small price tags. Of course, each dress is easy to wash and iron! Pretty As A Picture At Hpme Cottons A. By Jo Mel. lowenstein'j "Good Behavior" Turquoise, Paris Pink, Navy. 7-15. 8.95 B. By Jan David. Arnel and coHon broadcloth. Blue, Mint, Peach, lilac. 14Vi-22Vi. 8.95 C. By Stanrich Dress. Silk-look, silk weight printed cotton sateen sheath. Turquoise, Pink, Gold. UV4.22V'*. 8.95 Cottons — Pasbivu floor 'Easy to Care For... Versatile' For So Many Occasions 0. By Randy Frocks. Arnel and cotton broadcloth with colorful print sash. Action bock top. Blue, Mint, Peach, Lilac. 8-16. |.9| F. By Miss Maude. Arnel and cotton check. Blue, Green, Pink. 12-20. f.ff E. By Carol Rodgers. Shag plaid with pleated hpck, two belt*, one (father, one self. Red, Brown . 7-15.

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