The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on October 7, 1969 · Page 7
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 7

Provo, Utah
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Tuesday, October 7, 1969
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Doily Herald TUESDAY, OCTOBER ?, 1969 Prove, Utah Tyro Club Hosts Meet Of Council 2 The Tyro Toastmistress Club of Prove was host to Council 2 of the Snake River Region of Toastmistress Clubs Saturday. Audrey Dunn and Jonie Patten were in charge of registration; Eloise P. Fillmore and Adie Al'en were hostesses. Programs and decorations were taken care of by Irma Johnston, Louise Nelson and Jonie Patten. The theme of the fall meeting was "Extend for Powerful Leadership". The theme was carried out with pictures of women in positions of leader* ship all over the world, leading up to the possibility of someday a woman could become President of the United States. Lois Jones of the Holladay Club, chairman of Council 2, conducted the conference. Pres. Eloise P. Fillmore of the Prove club welcomed the guests to Provo and the conference. Following the business meet- Ing, Sue Harry of the Salt Lake club conducted a workshop on "Membership". At the conclusion of dinner Edith Boweter of the Salt Lake Club was toastmistress and conducted the program. Louise Nelson of the Tyro Club presented "How to use the Toastmistress Handbook and Workbook." Under Leadership Training, a panel of five members from the Articulette Club of Hill Air Force Base presented "Flower Power" a panel comparing our training to the growth and development of flowers. Those participating were Rosemary Shives, moderator, Jean Speirs, Shirley Reed, Irene Allred and Connie Bowe. A Buzz Session on "Officer Training" was conducted by the Council officers where members from each club participated. Audrey Dunn was "Timer" lor the conftrence. Others present were Kay Neal, Lola McFerson, Amar Mabey, Nila Johnson of the Articulette Club; Lela Balis, Shari Boles, Sue Zenger of the Holladay culb; Florence Parker, Vondella Thompson and Aileen Resell of the Sophistate club; Norma Hoge, Nenor Randell, Dorcas Roberts and Miriam Cromar of the Salt Lake Club; Norma Hansen, president of the Utahna club and Elizabeth Harmer of the Tyro club and Yvonne Schmidt, a transfer from Columbus, Ohio, Toastmistress club to the Tyro club in Provo. The next meeting of the Council will be held in January at the Hill Air Force Base Officers club. At that time the International officers and board members will hold their winter board meeting in Utah. * * * Shirtwaist For Autumn Fashion Trim little number with shirtwaist styling has P collar with * soft becoming roll, arid square patch pockets. No. 3144 comes i nsizes 10 to 18. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 2% yd. of 44-inch fabric. Send 40 cents plus 10 cents for third class postage for this pattern to IRIS LANE (care of this newspaper), Morris Plains, N.J. 07950. Add 15 cents for first- class mail and .special handling. Free pattern is waiting for you. ?end 50 cen,ts for our new Fall-Winter Pattern Book, which contains coupon for pattern of your choice. 3144 10*18 WST MEASUREMENT •A. m* TOWN SHOP, 168 W. Center St COLLEGE SHOP, 461 N. University Ave. FAVORITE CLASSIC BOY COATS Your favorite go-everywhere, casually smart classic boy coats, at an irresistible special price I Handsomely styled with classic lines, in fine Shetland and coachman fabrics, in a selection of colors plus Camel and Navy. regular $50.00 FAKE FUR PANT COATS A great fashion value ! The newest took in suburban coats, to wear with pants, skirts, dresses, anytime ! Both loose and belted styles in Black, Beige or Brown phony pony, also in striking spotted jungle prints. regular $60.00 49 00 39 00 ALL-WEATHER COATS regular $30.00 to $50.00, reduced SALE OF DRESSES! reg. $28.00 to $85.00 Exciting savings on some of the newest, smartest dresses of the season I A great selection of early fall transitional styles in cottons, polyesters and wools ... in every new color. Come in early for first choice. I EARLY FALL KNITS reg. $56.00 to $95.00, reduced V: 3 PEARLS! PEARLS! PEARLS! regular $4.00 199 Four day* only, a tremendous bargain on fashions newest accessory, Pearls I Long 60" and 90" lengths in two and 3 Itrqnq 1 styles* A special selection of early fall knit suits in two-piece and 3-piece styles. All in the seasons newest silhouettes, designs and colors. SILK-LINED KID GLOVES regular $10.00 6 99 Fine kid gloves with luxurious silk lining. • In Black, Brown, Beige, White, sizes 6V4 to 7'/a. Pon't miss this value I GREAT GROUP OF PANTS! regular $13.00 7 99 What a buy I Straight and flare-leg pants in fine wools and blends, in a wonderful select ion of plaids, checks and solid colors. Sizes 8 to 18. You'll want more than one I PANT SUITS regular $50.00 OFF a fashion find! VESTS! regular $10.00 99 6 The season's greatest style! Fashioned of 100% virgin acrylic knit with a deep sculptured look, finished with wooden buttons and buckle. Navy, Natural or Crocheted Vests not shown. Purple, Natural, Black. Sizes S-M-L. LONG SLEEVE BUSH SHIRTS regular ,W 99 $9.00 Your favorite bush shirt of wash 'n wear polyester & cotton with two pockets. White, Red, Navy, Brown, Black, sizes 8-18. GROUP of SKIRTS regular $11.00 6 99 Special selection of A-line and wrap skirts, many with their own chain belts. PlaicU and solid colors, sizes 8-16. FAMOUS MAKE COTTON KNITS Pant tops, T-shirt*, pants, skirts, shorts, all reduced .. CANTRICE 2 PANTY HOSE regular $2.50 49 1 Stock up now on these famous stretch panty hose in all of fall's new colors ! QUILT & FLEECE ROBES Pastels and high shades, sizes 8-18. Reg. $12.00 to $14.00 9" ROBES & CULOTTES Short & long styles In cotton and fleeces. Sizes 8-18, reg. $17.00 to $20.00 „ 14" GROUP OF SLEEPWEAR Gowni, pajamas, Baby Dolls ^99 In nylon triool & bruihed nylon. Reg. $7.00 to $9.00 4' NYLON PEIGNOIR SETS Gown & robe sets with lovely lavish lace trims. Whites & pastels. Reg. $15.00 to $38.00. reduced SLIPS AND HALF SLIPS Reg. $5.00 to $10.00 2 99 £99 " J Famous make taffeta slipi in while and black, short and average lengths. FOLD UP SUPPERS V9 Reg. $5.00 & $6.00 L IN OUR COLLEGE SHOP 461 N. UNIVERSITY for Juniors & Jr. Retires, size 3-13 PEA COATS! regular $25.00 15 88 The sharp-looking Pea Coats you've been wanting ! Double-breasted style in Navy wool with quilted nylon lining. Sizes 7-15. JUNIOR COATS values to $56.00 39 00 The newest, most-wanted styles in plush wools, meltons, double & single breasted. Camel, Navy, Tweeds. Sizes 3-13. SPECIAL GROUP OF COATS Sizes 5-13. Reg. to $40.00 19 99 SAFARI SHIRTS regular $6.00 PULLOVER SWEATERS regular to $11.00 WOOL PLAID SKIRTS reg. to $14.00 9 88 2-pocket double button neck & sleeves in permanent press oxford cloth or broadcloth. 5 colon) Turtleneck and mock tyr. ties in orlons wooli and blends. All the seasons best colors I Some pleated, some with button trims, some solid colors. From a famoul manufacturer ! Size* 5-13. I

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