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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sun., Dee. I, 1971 5/^ Sale! Women's Walking Shoes 6.88 RfOULAItlY 9 OO Choice of He or iltp-on style with knit fit linings for your comfort Slip-on in block, brown or beige. Tie shoe comes in block or brown. Give your feet a welconvi lift. 5 to IO medium widths. Downstairs Budget Store Only Killian’s Downtown and Lindale Plaza, Cedar Rapids and Mall Shopping Center, Iowa City OPEN SUNDAY 12:00 TO 5:00 PM “Burlington” Towels in unmatched sets 3. Beautiful Flemish Bronze Table Lamps 39.99 VALUES TO 55.00 Four beautiful meta! lamps to choose from: I. Cast column in aged bronze finish. Shade is shantung on vinyl with brown piping. 2. Traditional column in Old English finish. Ecru shantung over vinyl shade 3. Imported crystal font on metal column in Florentine finish. Shade is white shantung over vinyl. 4. Font with fluted crown in polished Flemish. White shantung over vinyl shade. Downtown Fourth Floor Killians Generously sized . . these towels are super thick, fluffy and absorbent. Towels come in unmatched sets. A tremendous selection of solid colors and patterns . . . some designs by “Vera”. IOO®/* cotton towels from Burlington at a savings too good to pass up. Buy several now and save!!! Alslo Sew, Downtown Stroot Floor Downtown Fifth Floor end Undo lo Ha aa Sisters of Mercy Will Observe Centennial Mt. Morey colley will ob-serve tho contonnial of tho Sis-tors of Mercy in Cedar Rapids next Sunday. Students, faculty, staff, and tho hoard of trustees will he guests of the Sisters ut the college. I he Ri>\ Dean Walbaum, college chaplain, will he the (elehrant of a special liturgy at I !> rn in the Wando hall < liapel. Sister Mary Agnes Hennessey, Mt. Mercy pres-idem, will speak at a recep-tion in the dining room following the liturgy. Slides, exhibits, and a brochure will de-scride the history of the college and its relation to the centennial of the Congregation Mt. Mercy academy was founded in 1924, in the 5dth year of the Sisters’ work in ( edar Rapids. It continued in the building known today as Warde hall until 1958, when Regis high sc hool opened as a central Catholic high for students on the east side of town Mt Mercy college was founded as a Junior college in 1928. It offered a third collegiate year in 1957, graduated its first baccalaureate degree class in 1959, and was accredited by the* North Central Assn in IMO The college increased its enrollment 63 percent between 1909 and 1974. Regina hall, Mt. Mercy dormitory, is located on the sjxit formerly occupied by the Judge Greene mansion, built in 1868 and razed In 1904. The dormitory stands on the highest point in Linn county. The college was founded, operated, and staffed by the Sisters of Mercy. Although It is legally a corporation separate from the Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy at Sacred Heart convent, the college and the Congregation have been united by the tradition and goals of the Sisters. Ifs Your Business! Meetings this week of public, tax-spending agencies Monday 3:10 p.m. — Linn commission of veteran affairs. Regular meeting. Linn Health center, 4(H) Third avenue SE, room 235 7 p in. — Linn conservation hoard. Special meeting. Shop building at the Matsell bridge area. 7.3# p.m. — Linn regional planning commission. Fourth floor council chambers, city hall. Tuesday 8:39 a.m. — Cedar Rapids city council. Informal meeting. Fourth floor council chambers, city hall. I# a.m. — Lann hoard of supervisors. Open session. Room 103, courthouse. Zoning scheduled at 10:30. Noon — Handicapped systems board of managers. Regular meeting. Lower level conference room, Linn Health center. 3 p.m. — Cedar Rapids city planning commission. Fourth floor council chambers, city hall. k 3# p.m. — Hiawatha water hoard of trustees. Special meeting. Council room, Hiawatha city hall. 7:30 p.m. — Community development priorities committee. Fourth floor council chambers, city hall. Wednesday 9 a m. — Cedar Rapids city council. Regular meeting Fourth floor council chambers, city hall. Thursday Nm — Linn Health center budget committee. Special meeting. Lower level conference room, Linn Health center. I p.m. — Linn board of supervisors. Informal meeting. Room 103, courthouse. 3 p.m. — Information and referral advisory committee*. Regular meeting. Lower level conference room, Linn Health center. 7:3# pm. — Linn-Mar board of education Public meeting to discuss school facilities, building and improvements program 7.3# p.m. — Community development priorities committee. Fourth floor council chambers, city hall. 8 p m. — Hiawatha city council. Regular meeting Council room, city hall. Friday I# a.m. — Transit study committee. Fourth floor council chambers, city hall. II a.m. — Urban renewal board Sixth floor conference mom, city hall. 9 30 a m. — Linn county board of social services. Regular meeting Health center building. WA AW To Odor Your Gat otto Want Ad DIAL 398-8234 8 A.M to 3 P M Monday fem Priddy Til Noon Sot •V BATH TOWELS... REGULARLY 4.00 . HAND TOWELS . REGULARLY 2.25 . WASHCLOTHS... REGULARLY I OO . . . SALE . . SALE . . SALE Regularly 34.00 for 8 piece set . . Now 27.20 All through December, we re offering a big 20% savings on 8 piece sets of your favorite casual crystal. Buy now for holiday parties or for gifts. Six festive colors: Plum, Olive, Smoke, Citron, Cornsilk or Ice. Six of the best shapes and sizes ever. PRICES GOOD THRU DEC. 31 ST Downtown Park ade Building 2.29 .89 .49 Large assortment of many distinctive patterns Our Holiday Gift to You! C o OFF 8 PIECE SETS OF FRANCISCAN MADEIRA CRYSTAL Munday CHrttma* Hour*, C«daf Rapid*: K'llin >’• D< w.t »w* 9:30 AM »• 9:00 PM . . linda!* 10:00 AM t- 9:0* PM 5 * » i; v. <•- ■ ' j 1 • iv, « ■ ■ ** 7? ' „ * * . ' / / , \ a h;; .. # , Mall Shopping Confer, Iowa City: 10:00 AM^o 9:00 PM
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