Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 20, 1959 · Page 6
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October 20, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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Tuesday, October 20, 1959
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Flattering Styles for All Ages, Sizes- Stores Show Largest New Dress Selections Dresses for Irons, dress- T~ es for juniors, dresses for misses! Women shoppers are in their glory in Carroll this fall as Carroll stores show the largest selection of new figure flal- > Times Herald, Carroll, |«. Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1959 tering dresses for all sizes and all ages. The emphasis this fall is on the classic, yet softly feminine styling and the problem of the girl or woman with a teen or junior sized figure is greatly simplified. Manv of the teen and spurgeons DRESS SALE SAVE ON OUR ENTIRE SELECTION OF FALL AND WINTER DRESSES Prices are slashed, nothing is held back during this timely sale of our entire selection of dresses, featuring the season's latest colors, fabrics and styles . . . tailored and . dressy ... in sizes 7 to 15 ... 12 to 20 ... 14% to 24%. NOW IS THE TIME TO ADD TO YOUR WARDROBE AND SAVE •V 1' t — ^ The season's top value in stunning acetate jersey ... brown, blue and red check ... in sizes 12 to 20 ... 14% to 24%, 3.66 One of our outstanding selection of junior styles. , . self bow, square neck, back zipper ... red or blueprinted flanneL A smart, simply styled satin- back vedero, double breasted effect, satin cumberbund ... ifl sues 14 to 20. 5.55 The season's happy combination, sheath dress and matching bolero jacket made of printed magic crepe . ., in sizes 14% to 24%. The basic crepe for autumn m either black or royal blue with matching satin insert... m sues 14% to 22%. 9. A novelty stitch, two piece cool weather dress, 100% virgin wool, self belt and V neck . . . blue, coffee, red ... in sizes 10 to 16. 9. spur <jo on* junior .sized fashions are appropriate for all ages, thanks to their classic styling. Others are planned for the special needs of the school and college crowd. When a dress isn't a shirtdress, and it frequently is styled in that direction, the preference is for styles that stress sleeves, collar or neckline. Bishop Dodge Will Address District Institute ( Times Hi>rnld New« LAKE VIEW - THe District Missionary Institute will meet at Dayton Oct. 27 for a 6:15 p.m. dinner with an address by Bishop Ralph E. Dodge to follow the dinner. A missionary film will be shown. Groups will meet in departments according to interest in their particular part of the missionary work. The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Potter and Kay Lierman plan to attend. The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Potter plan to attend the Churchmanship conference Wednesday even i n g, Oct. 21 at Ft. Dodge The conference was instituted by Bishop F. Gerald Ensley several years ago. It is for the key personnel of the church. Bishop Ensley will address the group after which they will meet in groups for a discussion of church problems. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hickey have been notified that a Korean girl, Sun Hei Sook, will be availabe to them for adoption in Korea Oct. 25. She was seven years old Oct. 11. The Hickeys, who are stationed in Japan, have a nine-year-old son Byron. Mrs. Hickey is the former Rozella Hartman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Hartman, Lake View. Hostesses at the F.C.C.W. meeting Thursday were Mrs. Leo Miller, Mrs. Ben Canady, Mrs. Herb Onstot and Mrs. Lester Nelson. Mrs. Charles Maynard led the devotions and Mrs. William Redenbaugh gave a report on her recent trip to Europe. She showed a number of pictures and souvenirs. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Onstot and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Wetzstein were in Des Moines Saturday evening to attend "My Fair Lady" at che KRNT Theater. LOVELY KATHY BOOTH . . . models a fashionable "Mr. Mort" original at Jacqui's Pink Shop. The dress, a full lined, black worsted wool sheath features a wide satin cummerbund, floating slopvos with a smart deep back "V" neckline. Clerk shown attending Miss Booth is Verna Brown. BOLD PLAIDS ... and solid colors are style notes among lli« dresses at Spurgeon's as Mrs. Clalr Earharl and Mrs. Philip Thein pose for the Times Herald fashion photographer at thai store. Mrs. Thein is wearing a black knit dress with jeweled accents from collar to bodice, and Mrs. Earhart is wearing a sheath style in Punta plaid flannel. ENJOYING HERSELF ... in shopping at Ellerbrock's for a dress is Mrs. Mary Hoffman, pictured here trying- on a smart shceth in a lovely blue brocade. This dress has a sweetheart neckline and a velvet belt to match. ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL . . . dress, modeled by Miss Kathy Booth this time a "Jr. Theme" in gorgeous pale blue cotton brocade. A sleeveless, scooped neck dress with a short jacket, piped in satin. Miss Booth's attendant is Jacqtii Schleisman, owner of Jacqui's Pink Shop. Always remember that a fall sneeze is an ill wind that bows nobody good. 4 Jack Fogerty on Deer Huutjng Trip (Times Herald JNew» Service) CARNARVON — Jack Fogerty left Wednesday morning with his cousin, Lawrence Bettin of Lake View, on a deer hunting trip in Colorado. Mrs. Albert Franck entertained the Ladies Pinochle Club at her home. The 4-H Club met in the Orville Franck home last week. Twenty- j eight members and ten mothers were present. Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Jack Fogerty served lunch. Gloria Shannon. Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nile Shannon. Albert Franck returned over the weekend from a fishing trip in Canada with his son Ray Franck and friends from Denison. Mrs, Franck stayed in the Ray Franck home while the men were away. JUDY CRUCHELOW ... and Kathy Beeman shop at Ellerbroek'i with a coming Carroll High school party on their minds. Mrs. W. R. Keith Is showing the girls a pretty lace over taffeta dress in bright red with a full skirt . . . colorful and stylish for party wear. jalL

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