The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 3, 1958 · Page 6
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A-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Wednesday, Dec. 3, 1958 NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS WEDNESDAY WOMEN'S MISSIONARY e!r- cleft, Church el Christ, will meet as follows: NAOMI CIRCLE, Mrs. James Smith. M7 W. Winona, in the evening. BISHOP BRENT Unit wffl meet in the evening with Mrs. Robert Paton, 803 Euclid. WESTMINSTER Presbyterian Guild Circle Eight will meet in the evening with Mrs. Ray Fell, 911 W. Bridge. OUR SAVIOR'S Lutheran Guild Mrs. McDonald Is Elected President of Armstrong WRC Mrs. W. H. McDonald was elected president of Jack Armstrong WRC 23 Monday afternoon. . Other officers were: Mrs. Gay|lord Moses, senior vice presi- 'dent; Mrs. Edward Haugeh, jun- 'ior vice president; Mrs. Claus ;Brandt, chaplain; Mrs. Victor ; Pickelt, treasurer; Mrs. Bertha i Peterson, guard. Six delegates and jsix alternates also were named. lors. ZETA CHAPTER, Beta Sigma PM11 , ..„„„„.. , Phi, will meet in the evening with C"' L ^" cf " ! . J Mrs. Robert Thatcher, 304 N Mill- $M ln re " ef for field. THURSDAY MILITARY ORDER- of Ladybugs ports showed $25 given the Veterans Council; $5 to the VFW; $65 in relief for adults; $53 for child welfare. Ninety-one cancer made at a recent pads were meeting. Will meet for sewing in the afte^r. I ^ie birthdays of Mrs. Brandt noon at the VFW Hall. ! 8nd Mrs> Haro 'd Blynn were ob- ST. FRANCIS Unit will meet ln' served and door P rize was awa rd- the afternoon with Mrs. Jacob Wagner, 611 W Maple. MILWAUKEE ROAD Women's dub will meet for a 1 o'clock dessert luncheon and gift exchange at the KC Hall. CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S Fellowship groups, Sterling Christian Church, will meet as follows: GROUP I, Mrs. Marion Sash, in the afternoon. GROUP 2, Mrs. K. W. Ingabrii- son, 705 Rochford, in the evening. GROUP 3, Mrs. John Crist, 1610 Sun Valley, in the evening. ROYAL NEIGHBORS of London Will hold a Christmas party and election of officers in the afternoon at the home of Mrs. Thomas Lorenzen. ST. OLAF Missionary Guild will meet in the afternoon at the church parlors. RED CEDAR Chapter, DAR, will meet at the home ot Mrs. M. E. Cook, 608 N. High, for a 1:30 dessert luncheon. HOLY CROSS Lutheran Ladles Aid will hold a Christmas party in the evening at the church parlors. MODERN MATRONS will meet far a 6:30 Christmas dinner at the YWCA. WOMEN OF Moose library committee will meet in the evening with Mrs. A. Willert, 2306 Ellis. NEWCOMERS CLUB will meet for a 7:30 dessert at the community room, Sterling State Bank. ST. AUGUSTINE Rosary Society win meet in the evening at the church dining hall. BISHOP ROWE Unit wiH meet in the evening at the guild hall of Christ Episcopal Church. MOWER COUNTY Pomona Grange will meet in the evening at Frankfort! Hall for « Christinas party. ST. OLAF Lutheran Circle 29 wfll meet for a 6:30 supper with Misa Myrtle Sellie, 210 S, Kenwood. SAF LODGE will meet in the evening at the Ben Wold home, 613 Grant. LA to B pf RT will nmt in the evening at the KC Hall. Trim and Terrific PRINTED PATTERN ed Mrs. Anna Derr. The next meeting will be a Christmas party Dec. 15, with an exchange of gifts. ' Miss Peggy Smith Honored at Shower A shower honoring Miss ' Peggy Smith was held Saturday evening at the Donald McGillivray Jr. home, hear LeRoy. Mrs. Casper Wolthoff and Mrs. Gi S. Ecklund were co-hostesses. A Christmas corsage was given the honored guest and the program included readings by Mrs. McGillivray and accordion selections by Barbara M a t h e s. There were guests from Austin, St. Paul, Riceville and Colwell, Iowa. Miss Smith's marriage to Vern Harden will take place Dec. 27, ' . , at the First Baptist Church, Le-' Miss Sarann Ryan, Edward M. Hanton Betrothal Announced Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Sarann Kathryn Ryan, daughter of Mrs. James F. Ryan, Mason City, and the late Mr. Ryan, formerly of Austin, to Edward Michael Hanton. He is the son of Mrs. Arthur J. Hanton, St. Paul, and the late Mr. Hanton. Miss Ryan was graduated from Holy Family High School, Mason City, and is a senior in nursing at the College of St. Catherine, St. Paul. Her fiance was graduated from St. Thomas Military Academy and attended St. Thomas College, St. Paul, He is a student at the University of Minnesota Medical School and affiliated with Nu Sigma Nu fraternity. A midsummer wedding is planned. Miss Tamara Fifield Weds Richard Snater at Methodist Chapel Miss Tamara Fifield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Melvln Fifield, 309 W. Maple, became the bride of Richard Snater, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snater, 503 Millfield, last Wednesday in the chapel of the First Methodist Church. The Rev. William J. Campbell performed the double-ring ceremony at 7 p.m and two selections were sung by Miss Lois Ganfield, accompanied by Miss Phyllis Roush. The brkie wore a tweed suit with white accessories and corsage of white carnations- and red roses. She carried a bible, a gift from her grandparents, Mr. andMrs. Gerald Fifield, Marshall, Minn. As bridesmaid, Miss Diane DeVaney wore a blue suit with white accessories and corsage of pink roses and carnations. Jon Konz attended the groom as bestman. A buffet dinner was served at Nelson's Hospitality Room. Mrs. Gerald Fifield poured as Miss Jane Stern cut the wedding cake. Miss Kathleen Fifield was in charge of the guest book. Paddling around the house in a robe which has gone absolutely shapeless may be great from the comfort standpoint but it's an awful shock to family and casual callers. Check up on your robes and get rid of the shabby ones. Her Diet May Be Too Rich By ANN LANDERS Dear Ann: I'm in love with a | beautiful girl who has postponed i our marriage twice. Maybe I'm 'too enamored of her to see the truth. Can you help me? I Her mother passed away 18 | months ago. Her father seems un;able or unwilling to get over it. She's an only child and he'de- pends on her for every little thing. She quit her job in a bank to stay at home and tend to his needs. In my opinion this is destroying her but she doesn't com- Ann Landers plain. Her dad is semi-retired and well- to do. I think he's buying her nway from me. The last time she postponed the wedding to go on a cruise with him. -I suspect he's trying to break us up so he can have his little girl to himself forever. She claims she loves me and is begging me to be "practical." She wants us to live in their family home when we marry, but I hate the place (itjs like a mausoleum) and her dad hovers over the situation like a low cloud. Please advise me. — WILL This low cloud could rain misery on your head for the rest of your life. If your fiance would rather take a cruise with papa than get married, the jury is in, Bus ter. This gal wants to have her cake and her father's Baked Alaska as well. 1 suspect her diet is too rich ter your blood. 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Most women grumble when they have to get out of bed at 11 a.m. and sort out the laundry for the man to pick up. And their kids take the bus to school or hop on a bike. 1 haven't seen a home made pie in years and neither has anyone else. Nowadays tney buy them from the-grocer's freezer ready to put in the oven. And Ann, what's this about a plumber in the basement? Are you suggesting that the average American housewife has a plumber in her basement every day? If this is true, the odds are good that he will be upstairs having coffee with her in no time at all. Why defend the average American housewife? She's a pig and you know it. — E. GEORGE Dear Ann: My wife and 1 are boy properly* When h« misbehaves and a licking is in enter my wife insists that I discuss th< matter with the child, learn al the facts, then make sur» the punishment fits the crime, From the begnnmg of the ques tionlng to the end of the spanking my wife stands around telling mi what to do. 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