The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 1, 1958 · Page 6
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 6

Austin, Minnesota
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Monday, December 1, 1958
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8 AUSTIN (Minn.) HfRAlO Monday, Da*. |, 1958 Peggy Mclaughlin HoneradestShewer Miss Petty MoLaughlln was honored at • shower Friday at the home of Mid Jean tfwlund and Miss Joan Naslund, 191? W. Col- lag*. During the ioclal evening, the hostesses assisted in opening gifts. Mils MoUughlln's marriage to Glen Keener will take place Dec. SO, at Westminster Presbyterian Church. PERSONAL NOTES K* c Mr. and Mrs. William Sykes and family, Denver, Colo., were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hertle, 2307 Sheldon, Saturday. Betty Jean Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rose, Aus- Ho Rt. i, is a patient at St. Olaf Hospital, following an appendectomy Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nesgaard and daughters, Wagner, S. D., returned home Saturday after visiting at the Kenneth Corson home, ADORABLE NO-IRON COTTONS ' Irving Bugge Mr. and Mrs. William Sykes, Michael, Danny, Terry and Julie, Denver, Colo., returned home Sunday after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Paape, Jot ty- man Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Palmer and Mrs. Harvey Duhrman, Grand Meadow, and Fred Schaefer, Atkinson, 111., were dinner guests Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Finbraaten, Adams. The Finbraatens were guests at the Palmer home, Sunday. Ellas Howe, a Massachusetts machine operator, spent five years In his off-time to Invent the sewing machine. That was in 1846. BY A-Babedresjwith embroidered and lace trimmed yoke, ttefastfcizedpush up sleeves. In pink, maize or blue. Babe Slzesi 6, 12, 18 $4.98 mo*. AS SEIM IN PARENTS' MAGAZINE f\ I B - Toddler dress with plaid bow and skirt bands and matching hatbox bag. In red or navy. Toddlers sizesi 1, 2. 3.' $4.98 Petit*'fttMons fot fall In tint no-Iron cottons, styled all the charm for which Nannatto Is famous, FREE GIFT WRAPPING "You'll likt Tin friendly Service a Convenient Credit RicevMo Library Sets Moratorium Iowa - «forgtvt. new Week,** when feftkt can te returned with no iguttiticni asked, will be held by the Rlc«ville Public Library next week, The week • long effort at returning £ooks is prompted by the list of missing and overdue books. At the same time, the Library Board offered a novel gift suggestion -> a library card., the gift that lasts all year - for the youngsters on the list. Take a check on yourself and then write one for any of the better health drives. Most magnificent Christmas Gift of a" . • . fur. Each of our coats and jackets are individually styled to assure good looks and perfect fit . . . handsomely lined . . . rich, magnifl. cent collars and cuffs that are gorgeous in every detail. Come In and choose the fur for your Christmas Angel. Prices to fit every occasion. • SCARFS • ST6LES • JACKETS • COATS • Mink Sides • Mink Paws • Persian Lamb • Muskrat • Black Seal • Caracul JOHN TREEF Furrier AYMQNP'S are ready for santa! | make your selections now from gay, colorful apparel for babies, and through size 14 You'll like shopping at Raymond's where courteous, helpful service helps take the worry out of your Christmas shopping FYf HANftFC, Raymond's will cheerfully exchange b/wnMllVsW— any purchase not only at Christmas time, but the year around f GIFT WPAPPINf$— Raymonds wi " be happy to wrap VII I fl|\ftrrilW—any purchase in an attractive Christmas gift wrapping. FREF HFIIVFPY N ° need to wait for your P urc hase I lAfcli 1/Li.l f CK. | — at Raymond's—leave it and we'll gift wrap it and deliver it to your home. QUALITY— C ° Unt ° n Ravmond ' s for highest quality at WHUI '"" lowest prices for every child on your list. Clip and fill out this Grandmother's Shopping Chart to help you 1 make the right gift selection! S Child's Nome | iSfce ....... i i ! a SKIRT i a JACKET asox^ u..»«.*.». Most Wonted D SWEATER D SUCKS O MITTENS a SHIRT Color Preferefid for Christmas: D BLOUSE D PAJAMAS DCAPS DBELT D POLOS D DRESS D SLEEPERS MRS. EUGENE EPPEN Joan Elizabeth Cole Lt. Eugene Eppen Wed in California Miss Joan Elizabeth Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Percy Beer Cole, Enclno, Calif., be* came the bride of Lt. (jg) Eugene Donald Eppen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marldene Frederick Eppen, 1107 Medary, Saturday evening. The wedding took place at St. Nicholas Episcopa.l Church, Encino. The Rt. Rev. William W. Horstick, bishop of the Diocese of Eau Claire, Wis., and an uncle of the bride, performed the ceremony at 8 p.m. as baskets of white chrysanthemums and gladioli banked the altar. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of 1m Miss Arlene Biume Becomes Bride of Donald R. Chapek oh Saturday The ifi«ti*ge of Iflu AflfAt Sterna, daughter of Mr, snd Mrs William Blume, Austin Rt. i, am Donald R. Chapek, son of Mrs John Chapek, Austin Rt, 8, took place Saturday afternoon At Holy Cross Lutheran Church. The Rev. H. C. Bentrup per formed the double-ring ceremony as arrangements of white and pur pie chrysanthemums and palm decorated the altar. Mrs. Daroh Yost was soloist ancl organist. Given in marriage by her fa ther, the bride wore a white floor length gown of hand-clipped Rose point lace and tulle styled with a fitted bodice, long tapered slee ves, a sabrina neckline trimmed with pearls and sequins and a bouf fan* skirt with a peplura effec overskirt. Her fingertip veil of pure silk illusion tulle was held with a Mary of Stuart cap of lace trim med with pearls and sequins and edged with pleated nylon tulle She carried a colonial bouquet o pink roses and white carnations with streamers of pink rosebuds Miss Violet Chapek was jiald of honor and Mrs. Robert Dolan bridesmaid. They are sisters of the groom and wore gowns of taffeta in shades of cotillion blue with scoop necklines and gathered skirts. Each wore matching mitts and a feather hat and carried a colonial bouquet of pink and white carnations. Their pearl Jewelry was a gift from the bride. LaVonne Remington and Deborah Lindahl were flower girla and wore identical dresses of white embossed nylon with an overskirt effect trimmed with lace over taf- ported white Chantilly lace with feta. They wore matching head- a portraint neckline, fitted bodice bands and carried miniature col- aad bouffant skirt extending into a chapel train. A small cloche held her fingertip veil of illusion net and she carried a bouquet of Phalaenopsis orchids and stephanotis. Miss Karen Van Benschoten, West Los Angeles, was .maid of honor and Miss Mary Carol Head, Pittsburgh, Pa., Miss Jeannene Lavery, Reseda, Calif., and Mrs. Charles Beeman, San Francisco, were bridesmaids. They wore gowns of cornflower blue nylon chiffon with matching sashes. Cloche caps held their tiny illusion veils and each carried a. cascade bouquet of pink II roses and stephanotis. As flower girl, Mary Alice Horstick, cousin of the bride, wore I a princess-styled dress of cornflower blue velvet with flowers'in her hair and carried pink roses and stephanotis in a nosegay. William Standiah Coleman, North Hollywood, Calif., attended the groom as bestman and ushers were John Jacob Belran, John Ens. Gilmore McCandless and Gordon W. Henderson. A reception was held in the Cole home following the ceremony. After a trip to Laguna Beach, Calif., and Las Vegas, Nev., Lt. onial bouquets of pink and white carnations. Ralph Bryant was ring bearer. Attending the groom were Robert Troester and Sheldon Lukes. Thomas Braaten and Elmer Chapek were ushers. Mrs. Blume was attired in a blue knit dress with pink accessories and the groom's mother wore a sapphire blue knit dress with white accessories. Their corsages were of white carnations and red rosebuds. A reception for 150 guests was held in the church parlors with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hogan as host and hostess. Mrs. Darlen Mielke was in charge of the guest book and Mrs. George Theur and Miss Judy Seim attended the gift table. Those who served were Miss Julane Troester, Miss Josephine Troester, Miss Sharon Lau, Miss Joyce and Mrs. Eppen will be at home in San Diego, Calif. The bride Is a graduate of Canoga Park High School and the University of Colorado, where she was a member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority. The {room was graduated from Aus- In High School, Austin Junior Col- ege and the University of Southern California and was a member o! Theta Xi fraternity. Chapek, Mlii ROM Marl« Bluff*, MiM Beverly Braafen, Miss Mar. lys Britten, MM. Lawrence Lukes ind Mn. Norman HoHemd left. ed the wedding cake is Mill Ida Hemann poured, tot travel, the bride won an autumn rust wool suit with black accessories and i gardenia cor* sage. After a trip, Mr. aod Mrs. Chspek will make their hom« on a farm, Austin Rt. 3. LfBEt LAttffft BffiS FORT WORTH, Te*. (API-Sidney L. Ssratrel*, widely known 11- bel lawyer, died Saturday. Re had been bed-ridden since Sept. 22 when hi fell, breaking' an arm and let. Hi* law flrni had been retained by the Fort Worth Star. Telegram for 41 years. Bycanthim, an a n c i e n t Greek city, occupied the most easterly of the Seven Hills of modern 1s- stanbul. ADMIRAL DIES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS GLEN COVE, N.Y. (AP)-Oscar C, Badger, 68, retired admiral who won the Medal of Honor dur. ing hostilities with Mexico in 1914 and commanded naval units under fire In both, world wars, died Sunday of a heart attack. He was born in Washington, D.C. Mlstl Volcano In Peru has an attitude of 19,200 feet. flies MOSCOW (APJ-Jarotnir Vosah- Ilk, 59, Ctechoslovak ambassador to the Soviet Union, died Satur* day, apparently of a heart attack. fiX NBC OFFICIAL DIES CHICAGO (AP) - Howard L. Nussbaurn, 47, a former National Broadcasting Co. official in New York and a retired Air Force colonel, died Sunday of a heart ailment. / NOTICE Austin united Funds headquarters at 108 West Water have been closed now that the 1958 campaign is completed. Anyone wishing to pay pledges please see Morris Anderson, First National Bank. Adv. 2T AT Christmas It A Family Affair With Carter's "Togstfw Knits" Far Slst Ski pa|ama. Pullover style. Worm brushed cotton knit. Sites 3-16. i $4.00. For Young Toddlers: Two- piece "Safety-Step" sleeper. Snap fastened. Gro- Feature. Nevabind sleeves. Warm brushed cotton knit. Sizes 1-4. $3.00. For Baby: Three-piece pullover play pajama set. Matching bootees. Warm brushed cotton knit. Sizes S-M-L. $3.00. 'You'll like the friendly Service at Wallace's" i I t \ For Brother: Sk? pajama Pullover style. Fly front. Warm brushed cotton knit. Sizes 4-12. $4.00 The most welcome present you could think of for the nicest family you know! • Holiday red pajamas with colorful Scandinavian print front. Soft cozy cotton knit. • Perfect for lounging, TV viewing as well as sleeping. • Machine washable, colorfast — Car. ter set — so won't shrink out of fit. • No ironing needed because they're knit. AUSTIN FUR SHOPPE 112 E. Water HE 3-2933 Auitin, Minn. AT WALLACE'S ••»•"««* *M date dresses just for you! Two-Piece Stripsd Creeper. While lop. Plosticlzed poor, mop-fastened crotch. Nevabind sleeve;. Blue, red or toast. 6 mos.-2 yrs. *j eg Dr«s$ up your little doll *ixe*3;o6x A QA i A QQ 7 to M 4.90 to IU.30 Come see these beautiful new fashion ideas. Everything from dancing-full skirts with crushed cummerbund waists ... to really sophisticated chemises! In wonderful cottons and silMeek blends . . . warp prints and stained glass colors ... so much to seel Convenient Credit* "You'll Uke The Friendly Service at Wallace', NEW PANTNDRESS SET $4.00 . . . a lovablt clown print on no-iron cotton knit Nothing sweeter than a Carter Panti-Dress set (except ^•« 0 ^' rl , Weh0 W , e ° rS "" Nolliin a s ™*' '0 take care of e.therl For oil its delicate smockior, and rhumba ruffles, it comes out of the wash like it con. ^ out of ih» box -.fresh and new looking. Other Carter-nice features: Nevoblnd sleeves and snap, fasteners. Made of cotton knit Ihafi soft as baby's skin and never needs ironing. A*ur«, pink or yellow on white. 6 mos.-2 yrs. Carter-Set — $ 0 won't shrink out of fit. P.S. Wonderful gift Jock-ln-The-Box Prlnl SI««p.and-Play Pcrjamo. Tdr«e-piece brushed cotton tnll. Azure, blue or yellow. S-M-L S — loI8lbi, M— 19-24 lbi,l — 25-30 Ib $3.00 " Free Gift Wrapping "You'll Uke the Friendly Service at Wallace's" Convenient Credit

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