The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 2, 1958 · Page 6
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(Minn.) HtKALQ for WOMEN D*C.?, >938 Mrs. Donald Wagner Is Unit Chairman COMING EVENTS TUESDAY NEVRLN PTA will meet in the evening «t the ftchod. WOMEN OP Moose academy of friendship will meet for a 7:30 dinner at the Rivtera. EAGLES AUXILIARY win meet in the evening for a Christmas party and gift exchange FOE Mall. UNA WILL meet in the evening with Mr*. Ray Rogers, 709 Seventh. GRACE BAPTIST Missionary Charlotte Irvin Honored at Shower Miss Charlotte Irvin was honored at a bridal shower Saturday given by Mrs. DeWayne Murphy and Mrs. Maynnrd Deyo at the Deyo home, 1506 Medsry. Corsages were given the honor- ,cd guest nnd her mother, Mrs. at the |Joseph Irvin. Games were played and prizes awarded Mrs. Marvin Skogebo, Group Four will meet in the evening at the church parlors. WEDNESDAY WOMEN'S MISSIONARY c'r- N.; Mrs. John Cross and Mrs. Peter Gavin. Mrs. Elmer Gondreau poured as lunch was served. There Mrs. Donald Wagner was elected chairman of St. Clare Unit Monday evening at her home, J104 Grove. Mrs. Arthur Dubke Jr. was named secretary-treasurer. After the study club, conducted by Mrs. Roger Sterling, Christmas gifts were exchanged. Mrs. Dubke and Mrs. Sterling were awarded door prizes. The January meeting will be with Mrs. Stanley Budd, 1008 Lyndale. Bridal Shower Given Bonnie Johnson A bridal shower complimenting Miss Bonnie Johnson was held were guests from Minneapolis. st.l Monday evenin S at the home of cles, Church of Christ, will meet > as follows: MARTHA CIRCLE, Mrs. Campbell, 1910 Deneen, in afternoon. RUTH CIRCLE, Mrs. Ben Sterling, Austin Rt. 1, in the nfter- noon. Paul. Rochester and Springfield. Miss Irvin's marriage to J a c k Horstmann will take place Jan. J17, at St. Augustine Church. Earl the Elmer Stewart, Racine. Her topic, "Children's Imagination and Their Curiosity and Ques- PHN Committee Holds Final Meeting Mrs. Asa Chase gave the lesson when the northeast committee, Public Health Nursing Auxiliary, ESTHER CIRCLE. Mrs. Elmer j met Monday at the home of Mrs. Norby, 20!) S. St. Paul, in the' afternoon. NAOMI CIRCLE, Mrs. James Smith, 807 W. Winona, in the tioning," was followed by a group evening. 'discussion. During the social hour, OAKLAND BAPTIST Ladies Aid Christmas gifts were exchanged, will hold a Christmas meeting! Sessions will be resumed in with Mrs. Myron Fawver, Austin J April. Rt. 4, in the afternoon. MC INTYRE WRC 27 will meet for a noon potluck luncheon and election of officers at the KC Hall. BISHOP GILBERT Unit will meet in the afternoon with Mrs. Gus Marmesh, Austin Acres. BISHOP BRENT Unit will meet In the evening with Mrs. Robert Paton, 802 Euclid. PHTLOMATHIAN CLUB will meet in the afternoon at the Phil- omathian Library. GOLDEN AGE Club will meet in the afternoon at the Moose Home. WESTMINSTER Presbyterian Guild Circle Eight will meet in the evening with Mrs. Ray Fell, 911 W. Bridge. OUR SAVIOR'S Lutheran Guild will meet in the evening for a Christmas party at the church parlors. MOWER COUNTY Association for Mental Health will meet in the evening at Pacelli High School auditorium. Trondhjem WMF Installs Officers New officers of the Women's Missionary Federation were installed at -Trondhjem Lutheran Church, Friday afternoon. They are: Mrs. Kermit Leidal, president; Mrs. Richard Kraus- harr, vice president; Mrs. Einer Hanson, secretary; Mrs. Ernest Handeland, treasurer; Mrs. Walter Amacher, assistant treasurer. Department secretaries include: Gifts and cards, Mrs. Swan Halderson, Mrs. Gullickson; missions, Mrs. Albert Anderson; education and Christian nurture, Mrs. George Kraushaar; cradle roll, Mrs. Ray Olsen; self-denial, Mrs. Albert Halderson; life membership and h; memorian, Mrs. James Benesh; promotion and literature, Mrs Kraushaar; historian, Mrs. John Moen; assistant historian, Mrs Harry Nelson; radio and television, Mr*. Clifford Kearns; thank offering, Mrs. Dean Lukes; social action, Mrs. Emil Prantner. The Rer. Vorhes led Bible study Mrs. Prantner gave a reading and there was a vocal solo by Mrs Vorhes. The Christmas program will be held Dee. 31. Lunch was servec by Mrs. Richard Cecb and Mrs Louis Benesh. PERSONAL NOTES Mrs. William Gerber, Adams, is a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Her room number is 215. LuAnn, 3-month-old daughter, has come to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. James Brady and Kevin, Austin Rt. 5. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Ashton and children, Houston, Texas, left Monday for their home after a week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ashton and family, 1011 W. Winona. Mrs. Kent Peterson has returned to Fort Logan, Colo., after being a patient at Methodist Hospital, Rochester, and visiting friends and relatives in Austin the past six weeks. Hurry, Santa's Due PRINTED PATTERN INFANT DOLL WARDROBE 4870 FOR 10" Mrs. Donald Evenson, 1504 S. Kenwood. Miss Jacqueline Garis assisted the bride-to-be in opening gifts and refreshments were served by Mrs. Evenson, assisted by Mrs. Marjorie Olson and Miss Garis. The guest of honor presented a bouquet to the hostess. Miss Johnson's marriage to David Sweet will take place Jan. 1, at Pacific Palisades, Calif. Telephone Wives Meet for Luncheon The Telephone Wives Club met for a dessert luncheon Monday at the community room of Sterling State Bank. Cards were played with prizes awarded Mrs. Robert Dunfee in bridge and Mrs. Jerry Wesley in 500. RESIDE IN ROCHESTER — Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hoi- torf will make their home at 848 W. Center, Rochester, following a trip to California. They were married Nov. 22, at the First Methodist Church. The bride is the former Marilyn Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Young, 507 Gleason, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddin Holtorf, Rochester. Mavys Johnson and Laverne Gabriel Marry at Congregational Church SAVE with THOMSEN Qiality Gleaning Ladies Shorties 95c (No Jacket* or Car Coats Included) FREE Pick Up & Delivery on Orders of $1 or More, You gtt Thormen Quality at Reduced Prices. ThowsM Cleaners HI 3*6755 - Hwy. 218 S. Palms and baskets of white mums and red carnations decorated the First Congregational Church Sunday for the wedding of Miss Mavys Jean Johnson and Laverne E. Gabriel. The bride is the daughter of Mr. aqd Mrs. Jay Johnson, Rose Creek, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gabriel, Brownsdale. The Rev. Wilbur Junker, Rose Creek, officiated at the ceremony and Mrs. Lawrence Dewey accompanied the soloist, Dr. Roger Downing. Given in marriage by her father, .the bride wore a gown of white chiffon velvet with long sleeves, a Victoria collar and full skirt ending in a chapel train. Her fingertip veil was held with a crown of beads and sequins and she carried a bouquet of red and white roses. Miss Sharon Hunst was maid of honor wearing a gown of red chiffon velvet. The bridesmaids, VIrs. Russel Anderson and Mrs. Robert Wermanger, and junior bridesmaid, Cheryl Gabriel, niece of the groom, wore gowns identical to that of Miss Hunst. Each attendant wore a white fur tarn and carried a white muff with red roses. As flower girls, Diane Kay Johnson and Cheryl Jean Johnson, nieces of the bride, were attired in dresses of white chiffon velvet with beaded headbands and ried baskets of red rose petals. Lowell Gabriel, nephew of the groom, was ringbearer. Glennis Gabriel attended his brother as bestman and Larry Torgeson, cousin of the groom, and Harold Johnson, brother of t h e bride, were groomsmen. The junior groomsman was Morley Johnson, brother of the bride, and ushers were Glennis Gabriel and Harold Johnson. Mrs. Johnson was attired in a sheath dress of electric blue wool with white accessories and the groom's mother wore a royal blue French wool dress with white accessories. Their corsages were of red roses and white carnations. A reception for 350 guests was held in the church parlors with Mrs. Earl Padelford and Mrs. H. W. May as .hostesses. Mrs. Harold Johnson and Mrs. John Merrill poured as refreshments were served by Mrs. Chester Hall, Mrs. Verd Classon, Mrs. Ray Hunst, Mrs. Glen Hunst, Mrs. Wilbur Voas, Mrs. Roland Pratt, Mrs. Audrey Nelson, Miss Dorothy Reinartz, Miss Carol Cress, Miss lone Nolle, Miss Patricia Eblen, Mrs. Ralph Wilson. Punch was served by Mrs. Sherman Cole and Miss Carol Hall and Mrs. Elmer Churchill cut the wedding cake, serv- Refuse to Meet Him Again By ANN LANDERS Dear Ann Landers: Two years ago this Christmas I became' engaged to a boy I'd gone with a)] through school. The week after we sent out announcements he told me he'd gotten a girl in trouble and had to marry her. I almost went out of my mind. It was months before I could go out of the house and face people. It took almost a year before I could speak his name without get ting physically ill. There isn't enough ink in this Ann Landers pen to tell you what that experience did to me. I haven't been able to stay away and don't permit him to play on your sympathy. Refuse to meet him again or you may find yourself involved In a very Sick relatonshlp. ~o— Dear Ann: My husband dared me to write you this letter. Our problem is not unique. It is one shared by thousands of women. My kids won't let me sleep days and my husband keeps me up nights. I'm tired all the time. He's a restless sleeper, thrashes around continuously, takes his half cf the bed out of the middle, wraps himself in the blankets and leaves me shivering. I've begged for twin beds but he insists the double bed is the cornerstone of a happy marriage. What do you suggest? — BEAT BEVERLY ,,,,.. . . . ., . Dear Beat: The double bed may to fal in love again but I've made . .. •, , . j _ J; ...._!.. -__, .,...,__ be the cornerstone of a happy a good adjustment and am dating some fine fellows. Last week my former fiance phoned and asked me to meet him in the public library. He sounded troubled so I agreed. He told me he hates his wife and the baby means nothing to him. He says it marriage but exhaustion could be the tombstone. There's no reason why a w i f e should have to beg for twin beds if a double bed is wrecking her health and ruining her disposl tion. Tell your juisband the av- may not be his. He wants to divorce her and marry me. He says V' life isn't worth living if he can't „* have me. I'm afraid he may commit suicide. erage person spends one-third of I would hate to be responsible for such a thing. I'm very confused. I loved him once but now I'm afraid to get involved again. Yet I can't be cruel. What shall I do? — LAURA • This character made a mess of ed by Mrs. Leo Gruenberg and! his own life and y° u can be sure his wife is sorry she ever laid eyes on him. He's poison. Tell him Mrs. Gtennis Gabriel. Miss Marlen Miller was in charge of the guest book and gifts were displayed by Miss Lenore Merrill,' Miss Kay Reinartz, Miss Darlene Haack, Miss Rose Mary McClos-i key, Miss Madonna McCloskey,! Mrs. Phillip Kitzman. j After a trip south, Mr. and Mrs.! Gabriel will be at home in Browns- ! dale. For travel, the bride chose 1 a black sheath with black and white accessories and orchid corsage. A graduate of Rose Creek High School, Mrs. Gabriel is assistant manager and a piano instructor at the Len Dingley Music Studio. The groom was graduated from Austin High School and is engaged in farming. Bishop Kemper Unit Works for Bazaar Members of Bishop Kemper Unit completed work for the bazaar Monday evening at the guild hall of Christ Episcopal Church. After a brief business session, refreshments were served by Mrs. • Wilbur Hanson and Mrs. James, Clasen. The next meeting will be' Jan. 21. ! his life in bed. It's nn undisputed is two thirds py, the when remaining is considerably more pleasant. I hope you enjoy your new furniture. Dear Ann Landers: What sounds worse than a dirty joke from the lips of a lovely grandmother? My grandmother belongs to a bridge club. The members have all been brought up to be ladies. When they meet, one wonders what hap pened to the "ladies." These women do not confine their joke-telling to the club meetings. They pick up the stories here then tell them In mixed company. 1 find this revolting. 1 know it ia not up to me to straighten out my grandmother, but I hope you'll print this letter and perhaps some of the women Including Granny will see it and take the hint. - TINA Dear Tina: The letter's printed. And now a word to the grandmother. It's a mentary when mighty sad com- the third generation removed has to write such a letter. Clean up the conservation girls, and set a decent example. —o— Confidentially: The Cynic :Yes, I believe in prayer. If you haven't tried it don't knock it. JACK: Your betrothed, like Penelope, may be sewing all day but I suspect she'f becoming slightly unraveled at night. She's not ready to settle down. Get smart. 'Are your parents too strict? You can benefit from the experiences of thousands of teenagers if you read ANN LANDERS' new booklet, "How to Live With Your Parents," enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a 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.) Adding salt to egg whites shortens the time they must be beaten to be stiff. Flavor whipped cream with a lit-'; tie almond extract and serve with 1 peaches. Birthday Party Held at Jacobson Home Miss Olga Jacobson, r»8 N. 'Second, entertained Sunday in honor of the 81st birthday of her iftoib> er, Mrs. Ole Jacobson, add ttwi sixth birthday of Mrs. Jacobson'i great-granddaughter, Nancy Barher*. A turkey dinner was served th» following guests, Ole Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson, Marilyn and Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Georgt Jacobson, Donald and Ruth Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mellem, Don- aid, Carol and Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Folken, Bruce, Susan and David, Austin; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harber, Michael, Naney, Jeanne, Blooming Prairie; Mr. and Mrs. Erling Jacobson, Mary Ann, Stephen, Ronald Sandra, Susan and Bradley, Miss Beverly Mellem, A. Adamson, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Jacobson and Judy, West Union, Iowa. When you are serving Spoon Bread with a vegetable lunch, add crumbled crisp bacon to the mixture before it goes into the oven. CHRISTMAS LIGHTING FOR YOUR EVERY NEED * LIGHTS TRIM * at G ORDON T JrirYvrn INC We Have A Complete Selection of Fixtures for Use With Inside Store Decorations * Home * Store * Outdoors • Schools • Churches • Lodges ACCENTUATE YOUR YULE TRIM INSIDE & OUTSIDE. Best Selection In Town! Complete stock of Floodlights — Colored Lights — one or a thousand — Solitares and Strands. Yob get what you want the way you want it. At prices that fit your purse. 105 E. Oakland GORDON •Xe* . *i*r-rn CLCCTRIC IMC AUSTIN, MINNESOTA'S CHRISTMAS LIGHTING HEADQUARTERS shaggy Shetland special! a sweater 'avorite at 8.95 By ANNE ADAMS Quick, aend now and sew thU adorable baby-doll wardrobe (or Christmas. Easy-sew pattern Includes bunting, »nowsult. overall set. coat, dress, slip, panties. Tomorrow's pattern:: Half-size clastic style. I Printed Pattern 4870: For dolls 10,1 12. 14, 16. 18, 20 Inches. See pattern; lor yardages. Printed directions on each patttwnj part. Easier, accurate. | Send Thirty - five cents in coins for | this pattern — add ID cents for each! pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for 1st • class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of the Austin Daily Herald, Pattern Dept., 243 Wes run St., New York 11. N. Y. Prtn plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Planks for cooking steak are usually made of a hard wood — oak, hickory or maple. They must be seasoned, by oiling and placing in a slow oven for about an hour, before using; this direction is for a homemade plank that is new. when a woman's ... »hs'« vital ai well as slender. Chance* tro «be watches her weight the Hollywood way. Sh« counts her calories with Special Formula Hollywood Bread. Hub in protein yet only 46 calorie* per 18 gram slice. Choice of Golden Light or Nut-like Dark Hollywood Mill H»U)»oed Dill «nd Cglgrit Gucdi beeklM. Writ* to ilranw 0«>, D«pl 12. 100 W. MMIM »l, Chitog. 1, M. -Minmr.pecukL HEM tilM» ui BREAD baked *ftc!uti«*l T b) BAKERS OF BUNNY BREAD •j*4«l lUMM l<| t Wonderful to own or give — the fabulous 100% wool Shetland at this te'rrific price — oxford, beige, brown and blue. 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Child's Table & Chair Set for the Little Girl 2. Child's Table & Chair S«t for the Little Boy One Registration — Parents Register for the Children Starting Now Drawing Dec. 20 — 3 P. M. FOR THE ADULTS 1. Samsonite Luggage 2. Sunbeam Clock 3. Poinsettia Plant for the Home Register Once Only Drawing Dec. 20-9 P.M. All Winners Will Be Notified Adams, Minn

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