The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 3, 1958 · Page 8
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AUSTIN (Minrs.) HtRAlD jf<»< MroflVd at Wtttftttdoy, 0*c. 3, 19581 College. She is residing at HIP new ria y 8 PERSONAL NOTES Mr*. ,T. H. Shaw, Adams, spent,j returned Saturday after » 10-day 1 *.tr-(t vttHU WAV, t*«.*ttkA* ..*») «:****_ women's dormitory, Onhl Hall. Miss Anna noble, 323 E. Water. i he ' with h*r daughter, Mrs.! with her brother and sister- Jin-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roble. Edwird H. KHtelsoti and family, I Granville.N. D., and Mr. and Mrs. 1309 Johnsots. v. V. Sttehm and Mr. and Mrs. Mr», Fred tan and daughter "' W Boolh ' Towner> Nl D " wr»i rrcu uemann aaugiucr, Dolores, Sterling Motel, went to Monica Eliznbth Mohn. dau<?h-!your manicure lasting « full Moorhend Sunday, where Dolores Jter of the Rev. and Mrs. T. P. j week. Mohn. Adorns. wns at f.ittle Crdiii Sun- Lutlu'rnn i Church, Adams. Sponsors wen- Mrs. Mohn and Mr. -vid Mrs. Pnul : Duea. LaSalle. III. The siv-ns-vs! and Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Wick,; 1 Minneapolis, were guests at the i parsonage following the service. Miss Alice King Becomes Bride of Joseh Anderson 9 A T \A/ A I I A *^IV<* «. «.•.—. -v -." •«' ».""««. « *»«».<, J *% I W /\ I I /V I K* ^ ^ • V SC- •5B- >JK- w* -SB- -SB- 4ft."-<9IS* w- "Up v S Ml YYMLL.MV*C3 y $ An Exquisite Array I GIFT ROBES Taking one hour for nmnicur-;' Miss Ali( ' e Kins, daughter of Mr. ing your nails will almost insure : am ! Mrs ' " naejn King - R« cln e, and Joseph Anderson, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Axel Anderson, Racine, were married Saturday nt thp, Methtidist Church in Racine. The Rev. Harold Clark perform- [ ed the ceremony at 2 p.m. Two 1 selections were sung by Miss Mar- i jorie Glover, accompanied by Miss Carol Schwarz. j The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of white Rosepoint lace over tulle i with long sleeves, seed pearls i outlining the neckline and a floor- j ilength skirt. Her veil of silk 11-i " By Evelyn Pearson LACES AND BEAUX" Recommended for the loveliest lady of the house . . . Evelyn Pearson's young-in-heart duster of cream-puff quilted nylon tricot! Feminist touches on collar and powder-box pockets . . . the lilt of lace, the coquetry of bows. Hand-wash it ... and it always keeps its bloom of youth. Pearl pink, Heaven blue, Candlelight. S, M, L. Allusion was held with a crown of; 'JpcnrlS 9T1Q Snc Carried n DOUQUcl i . •tjik.i^ »• ^k%*<«n«» §^ t *•"*•***•• «*•* »»v*.»» uuvi j^i WQICXUIO auu $!of red Happiness roses and white' LINING FLOWER —- Diam-_the queen's traditional message. *.* j .... . «*m**4 l«h A M .rJ in> w n M A L~ «K J &**.».A..J ' - 1 \ Christmas Stories, Music oM>rogram for Aft, JravelClub Christinas stories and music made up the holiday program presented for the Art and Travel Club Tuesday afternoon at the YWCA. During the dessert luncheon, Christmas melodies were played by Mrs. Gladys Emerson, organist. Group singing of carols was led by Mrs. Frederick Blazer after which she presented a short biography of each composer. Mrs. Glenn Nelson read a Christmas poem and Mrs. William J. Campbell set the scene for the program, "Christmas Is for the World." Lindsay Morris of the Hormel i Institute told of Christmas in his i native Scotland and in England, emphasizing the d e c o r a t i o n s, church services and programs and Baptist Builders Hold Hcilidoy Party Mrs. Walter Catnerer told the stofy o! "ttf Cfcrlst tf «w Carols" when the Baptist Builders Class, First Bav tist Church held a Christmas party and gift exchange Tuesday at the church. Dinner was served preceding the program. Mrs. Ralph Hoeper sang two selections accompanied by Mrs. Gordon JFogdail. Miss Vivian Varco read the Christmas story and the Rev. Carl W. Brown and Mrs. L. S. Fogdall offered prayer. Singing of carols concluded the meeting. Miss Varco and Mrs. L. S. Fogdall were program chairmen. Free Gift Wrapping "COME FOLLOW ME "At home" is where the fashion" is ... when Evelyn Pearson backs you up beautifully with a bow-accented blouse- on. Jewel buttons and softest nylon tricot keep you all "rapt-up" in a holiday mood! And it's launder light, fully hand-washable! In coral, Wedgwod blue, Pearl pink, Heaven blue. Sizes 10 to 18. $1/98 i tt youll like the friendly I service at Wallaces wf '. | feathered carnations. '$, Miss Audrey King, sister of the £i bride, and Miss Janet Anderson, ond hands reached toward "Christmas Customs in France" i , , i . , i ; \tfiit jabiiiaa wunbviiia in r i allUC heaven in this art-m-iewels ; was Mrs . Ne ison's topic. She spoke ™ ^-..v. ........o^,, creation by surrealist Salva- | ot the custom 0 ^ setting out their , sister of the groom, were brides- 1 dor V al1 ' Two 9 olden flow - shoes instead of hanging stockings £ maids wearing waltz-length gowns ers rise on 9°' d s ^ ems from ! and added that Christmas trees *|of green velveteen with headdress- a rough malachite base. The ; there arc not trimmed until the es of seed pearls. They carried) f °P D ' os som remains in full ^day before Christmas. bloom while the bottom I cascade bouquets of white Sweet- , , iheart roses. \ ?P en _ s and closes electrical- The third speaker was Kjell Er- icksofi, exchange student, who; PLAYS SANTA Liquefied petroleum (LP) gas in bottle, cylinder or tank plays Santa Claus 'to- farm and suburban homes all over the country, by bringing the advantages of gas to those living beyond city gas mains. HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! Act New - Te Oil Your Affraetiv* HttcltMt Portrait In Tims for Chrlitmw Giving. t Phone HE 2-8952 Immediately and Arrange for a Sitting * HQCKtIT SWIffi -A BWDG€ AT GREENWICH / \ CANDIES-COLOR-HAND OIL* AT WALLACE'S • »• v • vuw UI j • t< i «\ /•» i I* • **«*JWM j ^.i*w*4uiigK avuuwii^t yv jits ; \ t Vernon Lovell was bestraan and 'V- Containing ,381 dram- i spo ke of Christmas customs in j$ * * ~^ ... r\.r\nC f>iXn n//SpL> »** tAissr^L-i « 4 «• . * .« _. . . * jl)onald Cox, groomsman. Ushers A | were Melvin Conradi and Neil *jFarnsworth. 5j}' A reception for 150 guests was Vjheld in the church parlors. Mrs. James Plnmdeck poured as Mrs. Percy Anderson and Mrs. Milton 1 Schumann cut the wedding cake. -lMrs. George Risley served at the j punch bowl. The bride is a graduate of Ste- onds work is worth Sweden. She said the Christmas $100,000. Mrs. J. B. Steen Elected Noble Grand at Christmas Party season starts Dec. 13, with the | choosing of Queen Lucia in all j localities. She visits the poor and j hospitals. j The program closed with a poem read by Mrs. Kate Stacy. | Mrs. H. W. Hurlbut and Mrs. .J. E. Jenks poured at the table Mrs. J. B. Steen was named; decorated for the holiday season. noble grand at'a meeting of Esther The committee included Mrs. Fer-18 Holiday Blouses SHIP'N SHORE * $ Furtney, Mrs. Harold Lamon, & Lady of Fatima i I wartville High School and is em- i Rebekah Lod S e Monday night at ployed in the office of Olmstedi the 100F Hall> She wil1 succeed i Mrs - Harold Umhoefer, Mrs. County Hospital Rochester The |MrS ' A ' D ' Burrou 8 ns - wno resign -Uhur Johnson, Mrs. Carl Anderson, i A i groom is engaged in farming. ed> 'Mrs. Harold Kannady Mrs. Wai-;* A Christmas party was planned j ter Hartman, Mrs. Carl Baudler;^ for members and their families, | was hostesses. >' . . . |Dec. 17 Hostesses were Mrs. Ger-jr-i A , D •• • c & Unit Names Officers lald Hellen - Mrs - Audrev Neison,;^ 1 ^ to b ot Lt Our Lady of Fatima Unit elect-1"™' K3tC W ° lff ' jChristmaS Party \' fommi^rerjyTamK ShOW6r ComplimentSj^lh. GIA toB^ LE heU^.* ! ficers Tuesday evening. Mrs. Rueben Gillis, 705 Madison, was hostess and Mrs. Kenneth Allen assist- Those named were Mrs. E. R. Miss Marjorie Byom :S:'T T'sS"^ A bridal shower complimenting 816 . riE> Water Miss Marjorie Byam was held After an exchange of gifts, bin-ix and prizes award- IV ing. i < Duren, Mrs. William Burroughs, Jj}! Mrs. Leo Johnson, Mrs. Ray Ank- YJ g ny, activities; Mrs. Duane Toug- §j as, secretary - treasurer; Mrs. ^j John Kuth, study club; Mrs. Fran- ^jcis Walsh, hospitality chairman •^iand reporter; Mrs. Thomas Dun- $ilap, Mrs. M. L. Lady and Mrs. ^Neil Justice, callers. Guests were Mrs. Leo Murphy and Mrs. Harry Renville. Gifts ? ; were exchanged. Winnen in 500 j;; and Bunco were Mrs. Tougas, Mr«. : Walsh, Mrs. Burroughs, Mrs. Joe , Chrz Sr., and Mrs. Murphy. The January meeting will be Tuesday evening at the home of' go was ( Mrs. Edward Schwamm, 611 Nich-' ed Mrs - Milton Erichson and Mrs.j^j jolsen. Mrs. Lynn DeRemer and Emma Wnit eside. New officers j* Mrs. Lawrence Schwartz were as-, were elected. sisting hostesses. The next meeting will be Jan. Corsages were given the honor- G - at 'he home of Mrs. J. H. Ho-'$ ed guest and Mrs. Bernard Nel-jBan, 607 Medary. son after which games were played. Miss Byam's marriage to Bernard Nelson Jr. will take place Dec. 27, at St. Augustine Church. One-a-Day Doilies IMPROVE VALUE Modern gas kitchens and laundries not only add to comfort and convenience now, but also boost i with Mrs. Donald Nelson, 812 Cleve- the value of your home, should re- j land, Mrs. John Novotny, assist- Czechoslovakia has a lion of about 13 million. popula- sale ever be considered. Healthy teeth are essential for a pretty smile, so don't neglect visits to the dentist, AT WALLACE'S : -se-:. LOVELY PRINCESS ,x" *>? *r{ ,_ Detal • lace The New • Convertible We love it — the sissy shirt that doubles as a chemise when you've a mind for it. AAACSHORE does it In unbeatable cotton batiste that almost never needs ironing. Steady streams of tucks and lace . . . dainty dabs of lace on convertible collar, sleeves. White, pink, blue, maize — all with matching lace. Sizes 30 to 38. $398 $ I 0 * fit * $ * * Pima Broadcloth Blouse ... tucking and crochet This Ship 'n Shore has a charm all its own. It's light, lovely-to-wear combed cotton . . . in an easy-to-wear line. Beautifully detailed with finely stitched tucks ... to show up prettily wherever you go. Soft pastel prints on white ... so very sudsable. Sizes 30 to 38. Come see all the Ship 'n Shore blouses from $2.98 By LAURA WHEELER Scatter them here, there, everywhere — you'll find many use* Jor ; these pretty dollies. i You can crochet one a day! Pattern i5H: directions for round dolly B'/j ! inches, oval 7',i x 11, square T.b hi . No. 50 cotton; larger In mercerized airing. Send Thirty -five Centi (coins) for ? this pattern — add 5 cents for each pattern for 1st - cla.se mailing. Send jj{ to the Austin Daily Herald, Needle-?* j craft Dept., P. O. Box 169 Old Chelsea £ atatlon. New Yorlt 11, N. Y. Print ft plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, i ADDRESS and ZONE. *: A NEW 1959 Laura Wheeler Needle- i craft Book, JDST OUT, has lovely ; designs to order: embroidery, crochet. ! knitting, weaving, quilting, toys. In < the book, a special surprise to make ' !a little girl happy — a cut-out doll.'.S clothes to color. Send 25 cents for this ! book. Munmnfrwear's famous figure-flattery, more beautiful than ever when the entire contour sfiaped bodice is alluring nylon Alencon lace touched with a tropic flower applique and lined with nyloa tricot. Kven the hemline is flirtaieou* ... so lavish, with matching petal lace! Nylon tricot in new Caribbean- inspired n-" *<-!.<?. 32-38 $5.95 Matching "Petal Luce" petticoat, S-M-L $3 95 ALWAYS SUNNY It's always sunny clothes-drying weather, with the help of an auto§ malic gas dryer to give clothes a betterTthan-out-doors freshness' and fragrance. ro- DO SPECIAL COOKING Special controls, griddles, tisserie ovens and other features $& of the new gas ranges now per- $ ™ form special cooking functions thai once required many auxiliary appliances. " t t i i Famous Brands • low Prices The Christmas Store" *s •: » : A SeeallourneioMutisingwear Caribbean-inspired "Petal Luce" fashiont. They're supcibt FREE GIFT WRAPPING When it comes to serving lamb, $ there is no middle ground. Serve , v it piping hot or very cold. When $ served lukewarm, lainb lacks A full flavor and brings few com'•' pliments to the cook. '•' A smart way to brighten a £ black fabric coat for winter is to ''.carry a fur handbag. It can be $ an inexpensive fur, raccoon or . lapin, just so the color offers con- Si trast. $ S $ $ :«• The Priceless Look Here's a clever little way to back up your claim to good taste - with the tucked-back overblouse by MAC- SHORE. A wonder for easy-care in DRIP-DRY cotlon broadcloth with convertible collar, contoured tie-front bottom. White, beige, orange, Parisienne blue, green, black. Sizes 30 to 38. $ 3 ft $398 Free Gift Wrapping "You'll Like the Friendly Service at Wallace's" FAMOUS BRANDS t LOW PRICES "The Christmas Store .-aft -a* •a* -at- -a* TROPICAL FISH WHOLESALE PRICES COMPLETE SETUP DIAL Hi 7-3072 * The Christmas Store" -as- -at- -ae- •« -a* -as- .-4ft. 4ft.

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