The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 2, 1958 · Page 7
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 7

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TRIM THE TREE — Mrs. Leon Robbins, left, and Mrs. Thomas Grebin of the/Mrs. Jaycees turned tree-trimmers Monday night to benefit the Faribault State School. The tree has been placed in the window of the Home Federal Savings and Loan Assn. and all residents of the community are invited to leave gifts there for the state ;chool. If gifts are wrapped,-the contents must be labeled. . AUSTIN (Minn.) HIRAlO Tuesday, &*e. 2, 1958 7 Christmas Party for Garden Club A Christmas party was held by the Austin (Jafden Club Monday afternoon at the parlors of Faith EJU8 Church. The program, announced by Mrs. Hugo Carlson, included a reading by Mrs. John VoSs; three Christmas selections sung by Mrs. Arthur Bustad; sketches on poinsettias and Christmas roses by Mrs. James Schradle, and Mrs. Ous INTERMEDIATE NOTES Mohs; a reading by Mrs. Fred TROOP 14 Arett< On Oct. 2, Troop 14 elected of- A " evergreen wreath , will be fleers. S'haron Jensen is presi- P'^ed on the statue at the Mower dent; Sue Roscnkilde, vice J res>1 . County Courthouse for the ho iday . . _.. ... . . ' \ season as a tribute to the club's chflrter members . . . _.. ... . . dent; Diane Wright secretary. Members went to he Girl Scout p rjzes were WM fa Mfg M(jh cabm Oct. 9. The girls took a sack Mrs . R> G . Andersoni Mrs . O live lunch and made their desserts at ;Wilkenson) Mrs> Alfred Lan6( the cabin. A costume Halloween | M rs. James Clark, Mrs. Otto An- party was held Oct. 30 and on Nov. derson, Mrs. Sophia Nicholsen, 6, the troop visited Norma's Cera- Mrs. Arthur Watkins, Mrs. Arthur mic sh °P- ! Johnson, Mrs. James Taylor, Mrs. This troop meets Thursday aft- Paul Westphal, Miss Ann Eliza ernoon at Banfield School with;beth Taylor, the Rev. Robert Mrs. Leo Rosenkilde and Mrs.' Duel. Robert Darnolcl, co-leaders. | A collection taken for the Austin TROOP 33 Association for Mentally Retard Prepare enough extra ™shedJMiSSionary Head potatoes so you have two cups.; mix them with a can (about 7 ounces) of drained salmon, a slight ly beaten egg, finely ion, salt and pepper. to Address Women BLOOMING PRAIRIE, Minn. — Troop 33 meets at the Scott Johnson residence on Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Glendon Stearns and Mrs. Omar Broste as co-leaders. The first meeting was held Oct. 14. The following officers were elected: President Mary Tallman; vice president, Judy Stearns; sec- ed amounted to $40. Hostesses were Mrs. Lon Nagle and Mrs. Carlson. Mrs. Loren Jordan was chairman of the refreshment committee, assisted by Mrs. P. A. Robertson, Mrs. Nagle, Mrs. Robert Duenow, Mrs. Walter Kuhl, Miss Maud Vest, Mrs. A. H. Johnson, Mrs. W. Newman. Mrs. Voss and Mrs. W. Lillie poured at a table decorated retary, Pamela Dukes; treasurer, by Mrs- Duenow and Mrs- Carl . TIME FOR SAFETY — Sparky, the "mascot" of the National Fire Protective Association, is busy making Christmas in American homes safe as well as merry this year. Some NFPA hints: Don't buy trees that have dried out, don't use lighted candles on Christmas trees, don't allow gift wrappings to accumulate in the home. Attend thi A.A.U.W, Christmas Ball Mondoy, December 22 Terp Ballroom CHUCK HALL ORCHESTRA son. Kristen, Johnson. Earlier this fall the girls went on a hike and identified flowers !26 to conlinue WQrk on their ger . and trees A trip was also taken | vice projects to he , p them bec()me to the Girl Scout Cabin, where thej fjrst c]ass scouts Mrs Kl;rth Tom . grated on- Mrs. G. R. Norswing, Southern Min iscouts learned to build a fire and Shane int ' nesota District W° men ' s Mission- had a co °k-out ary Federation president, will ad- patties and fry until heated through; dress the fifst meeting of the new . Peggy TROOP 83 Lastine, Marian Ander- ervik and Mrs. Grant Williams are the leaders. Christinas gifts for their parents. 'scouts brought a picnic lunch and TROOP 102 | look part in a scout sing among Mrs. W. W. Dawson and Mrs.i'he fallen leaves. Don Katnach are the co-leaders of For the third meeting, the girls Troop 102. The first three meetings held out-of-doors as get-acquajnted ( cones with which they will make sessions. An old-fashioned cook-out centerpieces for Christmas. was enjoyed by the troop mem- . ------ bers with Linda Katnach as host- Making a batch of jam or jelly? took a ^5 were at Kings tour of the ar b ora tum Wood. They gathered ess. The second meeting was held and golden brown in a little but-'ly organized Women of the First,son, and Jennell McKee are newiNancy Mayzlik, Karin Tomervik, Marcia Christiansen, Mary Hes->at Horance Austin Park. The lip, Nancy Lane, Teresa Williams, You can use a potato .masher to crush the fruit. tcr or margarine. For Expert Pointing and Decorating • INTERIOR • EXTERIOR CALL HE 3-8363 or HE 3-5100 FOR FREE ESTIMATES TONY WIEL '206 S. Franklin Lutheran Church at 2 p.m. Wednesday. In announcing the meeting, the Rev. Opie S. Rindahl, pastor, also said the program will include special music. members of Troop 83. Officers are: President, Peterson; vice president, ICharlotte Farrell, and Lee Arnold Sharon'cut and glued bits of felt and se- Marian 1 quins on snowmen namecards and MARVIN'S Anderson; scribe, Sandra Mytten; ion 25 Christmas nutcups for the roll call secretary, Betty Roseth; JTV party to be given Dec. 10, for ! treasurer, Sally Williams. multiple sclerosis patients. A bunking party for troop mem- Officers are: Chairman, Mary, Add a little rum flavoring to the bers was held Halloween eveninglHeslip, vice chairman, Nancy 1 syrup you are using over pears ! a t the home of Sherry Lochnar. ! Lane; secretary-treasurer, Teresa S" to be baked. Serve with soft cus-i while the girls were working on Williams. i? tard for a delightful dessert. the good grooming badge, they TROOP 96 '* Your Dickies seeled? The vine 5* ",* V^,""j ^ argaret Troop 96 meets at the home orj Your pickles shriveled? The vine-Blomely. She explained hair and the co .i e ader Mr* rianH P Trff'» gar you used for them may have sk in care. The troop is now work- * ^Tuesday M«EuSne tfeimlrl'1 Ibeen too hot or too strong; or you'ing on the minstrel badge. Plans ° „ JX' Sj 5 !!£ „« ?v" ! ? Imay have used too much -sugar.jare being made for a Christmas' coieaaer< ine 1Z glrls of tnis '• For The Finest in Professional Photography If* JUDD'S Portrait Studio Over Woolworth's on Mill St. HE 3-5512 „ jP artv - | rob. Mrs Oscar Roseth and Mrs. w Donald Slupe are the leaders. % TROOP 92 The Girls of Troop 92 met Nov. ( 'heir leader's home. ~" ' Members planned While working on the cook badge, the girls grilled pioneer j hamburgers in the basement of "The Sunshine of Life" HOLIDAY SPECIALS For you at your favorite store or call for delivery on the route. Peppermint Stick Candy ICE CREAM • Holiday Fruit ICE CREAM • Cranberry Sherbet • Egg Nog ( n ° •I Individual Christmas Tree Molds (6 to a box) • Individual Harmony Treats Real Fancy (6 to a box) • Don't forget to look for the bursting sun —for finest of its kind in dairy products. Headline News ' By LAURA WHEELER Straight out of fashion's headlines —1959's prettiest shapes I Wear {or day or dates. Foundations mainly double crochet with strand* of knitting worsted tacked at intervals. Pattern 126: directions for sizes amal to large Included. Send Thirty-five Cents (coins) (or this pattern — add S cents for «acb pattern for 1st - class mailing. Send to the Austin Dally Herald. Needlecraft Dept., P. O. Box 168, Old Chelsea Station. New York 11. N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. A NEW 1959 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book. JUST OUT. has lovely designs to order: ejnbrolderj, crochet, knitting, weaving, quilting, toys. In the book, a special surprise to make a little girl happy — a cut-out doll, clothe* to color. Send 25 cents for this book. a Halloween party. One committee prepared the food, one committee planned , the games and prizes, and thei'-sj other bought the treats. Marion ' eorgan won the prize for the best costume. The girls are now -working on mittens for the mitten tree and Cottage Cheese... for a tasty, energy-pocked meal. "Loo* lot ibi Oak Lt»t» HE 7-2220 •! .HE 3.2417 SAVE MORE WITH THESE DRY CLEANING SPECIALS NO NEED TO BUY COUPON BOOKS You Can Depend On Our Quality! SKIRTS ..... ., .................. 49c TROUSERS ,„..,, ............ 49c STORM COATS ,„..,. uto ,, $1.59 COATS SKETCHED FROM STOCK A. . > '*• V-* B. *v. » W 4 fw s "Trkfe. V' v &»•*,• . »'? /; [ach Each Each Men'i, Ladies' 'no Jackets) Each DAIRY COMPANY MILK - CREAM - ICE CREAM 404 E. Bridge Ph. HE 3-8829 SHIRTS LAUNDERED 22C EACH When Sent With Dry Cleaning Order We've Treed A Tiger for Christmas Up a tree for a Christmas gift to capture a heart? No need to hunt around any longer for we've treed a whole family of tigers especially for holiday gifting. Anybody would, adore this engagingly fierce but friendly menagerie . . . love the wonderfully whimsical way they say Merry Christmas. Giant tiger 2.98 Medium tiger 1.50 FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY 1207 W. OAKLAND DRIVE-IN LAUNDRY CLEANERS MacLAREN Baby tiger 1.00 PHONE HE 3-2367 — main float JUST SAY "CHARGE IT PLEASE" ,iT /*7i***** r Made for each other ... our gala coordinates are so wonderful that you'll want them as your steadys for a datebook of festive affairs. Pick one for a party, another for a dance. You'll love their sparkle . . , and they're a sparkling find under the Christmas tree, too. A. Snowflakes for Christmas: our whit«-pn-whita coordinate of woven brocade. Slim skirt and portrait collared top with a Paris pink or Venetian blue cummerbund. Sizes 7-15, 8-16. 14.95. B. A spatter of rhinestones for our imported cotton damask blouse with a bow- tied cowl collar; the high rise skirt in sleek black broadcloth. The blouse in whit* only, sizes 10 to 18, 10.98. The skjrt, sizes 8 to 14, 10.98. Just say "Charge it" tlremes — on the mezzanine

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