The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 1, 1958 · Page 5
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 5

Austin, Minnesota
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Monday, December 1, 1958
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NEWS for WOMEN Catherine E. Leahy, Wayne Anderson Married Friday COMING EVENTS MONDAY REBEKAH LODGE will meet in the evening at the IOOP Hall. TRAVEL CLUB will meet at the YWCA In the evening. TOPS CLUB 2 will meet'in the evening with Mrs. Everett Lee, 702 W. Winona. WORLD WAR 1 Barracks and Auxiliary will meet for a 8:30 politick supper at the VFW Hall. TELEPHONE WIVES Club will meet in the evening at the community room of Sterling State Bank. TUESDAY EXCELSIOR CLUB will meet In the afternoon with Mrs. George Benson, Austin Rt. 2. ART AND Travel Club will meet for a 1:30 dessert luncheon and Christmas party at the YWCA. NORTHEAST WINDOW Project Club will meet for a 12:30 luncheon at the home of Mrs. Awald Fenske, Rose Creek. GIA to/B of LE will meet at the home e-f Mrs. Sylvia Haseltine, 913 E. Water, for a 1 o'clock gifts. NEVKLN PTA will meet in the evening at the school. WOMEN OP Moose academy of friendship will meet for a 7:30 dinner at the Riviera. EAGLES AUXILIARY will meet Miss Catherine E. Leahy and Wayne R. Anderson/ were married at 8 p.'m. Friday at Grace Lutheran Church, the bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M Leahy, llio N. Fourth, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Anderson, 306 W. College. The Rev. John Anderson, Belgrade, Minn., brother of the groom performed the double-ring ceremony. Miss Karen Williams was soloist, accompanied by Leonard Gess at the organ. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a sheath dress of sapphire blue wool in empire style with a white feathered hat. Her corsage was of white carnations and red roses. Mrs. David Snyder was matron of honor wearing a navy blue vine, vie xj t yytuej, ior a 1 o C1OCK — ..w«. ( ... & n •Jayj' iriue potluck luncheon and exchange of' sheath with a white feathered hat and corsage of blue carnations and pink roses. David Snyder was bestman and David Apold and Roger Husemoller ushered. Mrs. Leahy wore a navy blue sheath with a pink feathered hat j the party and gift exchange at FOE Hall. RNA WILL meet in the evening with Mrs. Ray Rogers, 709 N. Seventh. GRACE BAPTIST Missionary Group Four will meet in the eve ning at the church parlors. PRINTED PATTERN Dress Up Her Doll Welcome the new Christmas doll with thU exciting, easy-to-sew wnrii- robe. Includes coat, liat, party and sohool dresses. «kl outfit, nightie peignoir, panties 'n' petticoat Tomorrow's pattern: Teen juniper or Printed Pattern •W50: For dolls 14, 16, 18, 20, 23 luchea. Sea pattern for yard ages. Printed directions on «*ch pattern part. Easier, accurate. ttcud Thirty-rive cents In coins for this pattern—add 10 cents lor. each p&ttern for lat-class mailing. Send to Aune Adams, care of Austin Herald Clarence is the Latin name for "illustrious." CHRISTMAS ANGELS Imported China Angels $1 each Imported China AngeU and Cherubs $1 a pair ELANS JEWELRY 310 N. Main reception held in the church par lors. Mrs. Harry Rathke, Austin, and Mrs. Jean Clark. St. Cloud, poured as refreshments were served by Miss Judith Buck, Waltham, Mrs. Leonard Gess, Mrs. Oscar Lodahl, Mrs. Lorenz Wuertz, Mrs. Oscar Husemoller. Miss Carolyn Buck was at the guest book and Miss Kathryn and Miss Patricia Mallinger displayed the gifts. Mr. and Mrs.' Anderson will make their home at 503 N. Greenwich. The bride Is a graduate of Austin High School and is at tending Austin Junior College. The groom, also an Austin High School graduate, is attending Austin Vocational School. Mrs. Joseph Callahan entertained 12 guests at a shower honoring Mrs, Anderson, Nov. 20. accessories. Mrs. Anderson was attired in a sheath of black brocaded silk with a white feathered hat. Their corsages were of pink carnations and red roses. NOW AT HOME—Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Berg who were married Nov. 22, are at home at 1703 Collins, following a trip north. The wedding took place at Queen of Angels Church. The bride is the former Marilyn Hansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virtus Hansen, Austin Rt. 2, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Legried, Oakland. AUSTIN (Minn.) HtRAlD Monday, Dec. 1, 1958 Reapportjonment Will Be Speaker's Subject at LWV Session / Mrs. Stanley Kane, Golden Valley, Mtan., will speak at the League of Women Voters meeting Wednesday afternoon at the First Congregational Church. Mrs. Kane was appointed reapportionment chairman of the LWV state board In 1953, and has been working on that project since. She lobbied for reapportoinment in the 1955 and 1957 sessions of the legislature and last December, was appointed co-chairman of the governor's statewide committee on reapportionment. Members of the American Association of University Women and the Business and Professional Women's Club also will be guests at the meeting. Group Four, Mrs. Jerry Lund, chairman, will serve at the 1:30 tea. Mrs. L. F. Twiggs \r\ • _i A k. i and Mrs. Ray Wescott are i n | U QVld A. NOITIS charge of the tea. SUZANNE PETERSON c OUZQnne Shower Compliments Miss Jane Haase Plan June Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Peterson, 1803 Fox, anounce the en gagement and forthcoming mar- Miss Jane Haase was honored ! ria se of their daughter, Suzanne at a shower Sunday afternoon withl Marie ' to David A. Norris. He is Mrs. Lloyd Fennell and daughter,! tne son of Mr - and Mrs. Forrest Miss Jan Fennell, 1100 N. Fifth, Nor "s, 1704 River Parkway. Thi is is a Case of Puppy Love . One hundred guests attended the! St. ThereSQ Unit Elects New Officers St. Theresa Unit of Sacred Heart Church, Adams, electfed new officers Friday at the KC Club. Mrs. John Wagner Jr. is president; Mrs. Paul J. Schneider, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Lawrence Milander, social worker. Mrs. John Hartley was hostess and led recitation of the Rosary. awarded Mrs. Donald Huntley, Mrs. David Wiste and Mrs. Steven Freund. lostesses. During Ihe social hour, games were played with prizes won by Miss Barbara Camm and Miss Karen Haase. St. Paul, who assisted her sister in opening gifls. Miss Haase's marriage to Robert L. Armstrong will "take phce " ™ ™ C ° Uple ' got ma '" at 8 p.m Dec. 17, at the First! '" a " air P lane and we won- A June wedding is planned. When you haven't much, at least it takes very little to improve your situation. A West Coast couple got mar- 6y ANN LANDERS Dear Mr«. Landers: I am a boy. I am 11 years old. All my life I /hate wanted a dog. My mother is against it. My father says it's up to my mother. He won't help me. My brother is only six. He's no help either. My mother says she waited 141 years to get good rugs and a nice davenport. She says she Isn't going to have a dog I jumping on the' fu rnitu re andL making trouble on Ann Landers the rugs. I promised her I'd clean up after him. She says it's never the same after the damage is done. I save part of my allowance every week and have a birthday check from my grandmother. I can spend $20 which should buy a pretty nice dog. I even offered to let Mom take the dog food money out of my allowance. She says the expense is only part of it. The extra work is the big problem. I Please help me. If you print my letter and Mom says yes I will get a female and give you a puppy. Love — JIMMY Dear Jimmy: Since your mother seems worried about the rugs and furniture why not try for a large dog you can house outside? Promise your mother you will feed and care for the dog and that you won't bring him in the house. Cards were played with prizes on the job. It's funny how many of the Amer lean people who can't speak English are working In railroad stations calling trains. The average policeman is good- natured, says • police chief. Hark to the corner cop whistling r Truth may be stranger than fiction, but there are times when they sound just alike to friend wife. What a wonderful gift ' for Christmas — a Hockett portrait in color. A treasure to thrill you for life. Makt Appointment Noti: for Silling HOCKETT STUDIOS ' BRIDG6 AT CR€€NWiCH - COLOR- HA«J> OILS - Methodist Church. Norway has an'area of 124,556 square miles. It has many large lakes including Mjosen, Famunden and Ros Vand. der how long lhey'11 be up in the clouds. You're liable to lose out if you don't go after what's worth having until after awhile. In a few weeks, when the weatlv er is bad, the hound will cry and your mother will suggest putting him in the basement. Soon after, he'll get upstairs. Before you know it your molher will be feeding the mutt, cleaning up his tracks— and loving him. If 1 sound as If I've been through this, It's because I have. If it's all the same to you Jimmy, I'll pass up your generous offer of a puppy. 1 Just got new rugs, too. Love—ANN LANDERS Dear Ann: We've been married 13 years and my husband has owned 14 different cars. We have five children and it't a struggle to make ends meet. My husband is a nut on the subject of motors. Whenever he hears an odd hum he takes the car apart and spends money for new parts. Our two older boys had hacking coughs all last winter but he was deaf to those sounds. He said "Why throw away money on doctors? They'll be all right." The middle son has a paper route and wanted a bike badly. He'd been using a wagon. His dad said he couldn't afford it and suggested the boy save his money and buy his own bike. This burned me up so I wrote my father and he sent a bike as a birthday gift. My husband says cars are his greatest pleasure and he enjoys trading up and down, whatever that means. I'm sick to death of it. Can you help me? — DUMB DORA Your husband sounds like a spoil- ed kid. Softie of those "odd are probably under Wsf own hood. He needs to hew from «n outside party (preferably « deify. man) what hU selfish, ear-ef»ay attitude is doing to hi* family relationships, A man who puu • hunk of tin an'd four wheel* bf fore hit children, bulldi t foundation for ft very lonesome old iff*. . To team the booby-trap* of tern- age drinking, write for Ana Land* en' new booklet, "Teenage Drink. ing," enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a large, ielf- addressed, ttamped envelope. (Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her In care of THE HERALD enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope.) 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