The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 4, 1958 · Page 6
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6-AUSTJN (Minn.) HERALD Thursday, Det. 4, 1958 NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS THURSDAY CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S Fellowship groups, Sterling Chnstian Church, tvill meet as follows: GROUP 2, Mrs. K. W. Ingebrit- ton, 705 Rochford, in the evening. THURSDAY GROUP 3, Mrs. John Crist, 1610 Sun Valley, in the evening. HOLY CROSS Lutheran Ladies Aid will hold a Christmas party in the evening at the church parlors. 323 N, Main - Austin, Minn, &1 ?vj **>k >v; fij c---^ *T j > Vf«;£,* M$H 5 \$ \ •> i s v s a Yafrft rMde our sales real •wocettfu!... and now Miller's has another series of Christmas events and SAVES YOU CASH for the Holidays! 1 •GIRLS' 100% ORLON , CARDIGAN SWEATERS Regularly $2.99 4 LADIES' LUREX TINSEL. colon. . Sixei 7 to U.J|P*V * * T-SHiRtsYX* $157 IVhltecfirytottu* Midi. Medium <DIES' CORDUROY CAPRIS ^, i^.^— ^•M ^^ i Regular!/ $2 fl 9 !• F ^ I $157 WaihoWe-colofj tndude block. n ,and oquo. )0 to 18. OADIES' FLANNElS PAJAMAS L tyv t •4 '/"<>' Dressmaker «nd drale styles. SU ttyles Included.. LADIES' "NYLONIZED TRICOf HALF SLIPS tegularry Jl.59 to kutwtoM, lh«y look twice lh. prlc.l While U. S«« « to 38. SPECIAL PURCHASE? GIRLS'COATS $ I3 Vakm IB S17 |lg selection of ii fabiici end THURSDAY MODERN MATRONS .will for « 6:30 Christmas dinner At the YWCA. ! WOMEN OF Moose library committee will meet in the evening with Mrs. A. Willert, 2306 Kills. NEWCOMERS CLUB will meet for a 7:30 dessert at the community room, Sterling State Sank. ST. AUGUSTINE Rosary Society will meet in the evening at the church dining hall. BISHOP ROWE Unit will meet in the evening at the guild hall of Christ Episcopal Church. MOWER COUNTY Pomona Grange will meet In the evening at Frankford Hall for a Christmas party. ST. OLAF Lutheran Circle 29 will meet for a 6:30 supper with Miss Myrtle Sellie, 210 S. Kenwood. SAP LODGE will meet in the evening at the Ben Wold home, 6(3 Grant. LA to B of RT will meet in the evening at the KC Hall. FRIDAY MOSCOW NEIGHBORS Club will meet for a Christmas party in the evening at the Town Hall. LYLE WCtU Will hold a 6:30 family cooperative supper at the Martin Willinger home. Mrs Elmer Gondreau Is Elected President of Austin BPO Does Mrs. Elmer Gondreau is the new president of the BPO Does. The election was held Tuesday evening at the Elks Club. She will serve with Mrs. Harold Burroughs, first counselor; Mrs. Theodore Hall, senior counselor; Mrs. Richard Arnold, jun- or counselor; Mrs. C. R. Hansen, secretary; Mrs. Glen Hovland; treasurer; Mrs. Denver Daily, conductor; Mrs. Harvey Piala, inner guard; Mrs. Gus Marmesh, outer guard; Mrs. Harold Finch, three-year trustee. Officers will be installed in an open ceremony Jan. 10. Lunch was served by Mrs. Paul Usem, Mrs. David Averbook, Mrs. Robert Olson, Mrs. Leonard Johnston. Bridge Clubs Hold Christmas Party The Lucky Nine and Merry Makers Bridge Clubs held a Christmas party Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Carl J. Carlson, Austin Rt. 5. Bridge was played with prizes awarded Mrs. Gerald Boldon, Mrs. Jack Wendt and Mrs. J. Willis Wesley. Gifts were exchanged and lunch served by Mrs. Carlson. Hostesses at the next meetings will be Mrs. Richard Goldstrand and Mrs. Wesley. Red Cross Unit Completes Quilts Two wollen quilts were completed by the Red Cross Unit Monday at the home of Mrs. Lillian Heydt, Sargeant. Plans were made for the Christmas party at the Heydt home, Dec. 16, when gifts will be given for the Faribault State School. A picnic luncheon Will be served Motifs to Quilt 524 DAV Auxiliary Plans Children's Party A visit from Santa. Claus will be included in the Christmas party for children of DAV Auxiliary members Dec. 14 at the VFW Hall. Plans were made when the auxiliary met Wednesday evening. Mrs. Merle Krueger and Mrs. Orvis Erickson were named party chairmen. Mrs. Claus Brandt, hospital committee, reported a layette had been purchased and sent to the Veterans Hospital, Minneapolis. Mrs. Eldon Larson and Mrs. Roscoe Blanchard reported on the recent card party and supper. The chapter and auxiliary have purchased and contributed a new table to the VFW dining hall. Gifts for the families of Veterans Hospital patients were contributed as a Christmas project. During the social hour, Mrs. Maynard Quickstad was awarded the door prize. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. John Skaret and Mrs. Erickson. The next meeting will be Jan. 7. Don't Be Available Next Week For epicures: crescents of peeled cantaloupe with paperthin slices of Smlthfield ham. By ANN LANDERS Dear Ann: I'm 16 and violently in love with the boy who lives across the street. We moved into this house three years ago and of course I was a baby to him then because he is two years older. Last summer he began to notice me and I was 'n 17th heaven. I told the other fellows not to bother to call because 1 was all sewed up, The trouble is all he wants to do is come over and neck or raid the Ann Landeri fridge. He doesn't take me any place and I'm simply dying. He tells me he's broke but I've seen him in his good suit almost every Saturday night and I just know he must be going on a date. How can I get him back? I am really crazy about him.—MIT' TY Back from, where? He hasn't been any place. The only thing different is that you're finally catching on. If you permit a fellow to come over every night, wear out the upholstery and feed his face why should he ask you out? The only way you'll ever get him to treat you like a date is by putting an end to the free-loading routine. Let the other fellows know hat you're no longer sewed up. Tell them the stitches slipped. Maybe when he sees you going out Saturday night it may give him an idea, particularly if you refuse to be .available during, the week. Dear Ann: I'm the mother of two young children. My neighbor has three. Her kids are permitted to go barefoot from May to October. Of course their noses run constantly. They are never without colds. My two children caught measles from them last year. At present they are both ill with chicken-pox which they got next door. I dress my youngsters properly and do everything within my power to keep them well. But it seems hopeless with the kids next door sneezing and coughing on them. The situation is very touchy be- cause they are great pals. I'd start a war if I suggested they not play together. Please tell me what to do. t keep praying the nelghbof kids don't get leprosy or polio because if they did our kids would surely get it, to6. — DISTRAUGHT DOLLV Dear D. D.: The world is filled with germs of every imaginable type. The best protection against Illness is ample rest, proper food and normal precautions. When you know the neighbor children have severe colds insist that your stay away from them. Stop worrying about leprosy. Chances for the neighbor kids getting it are very slim. Leprosy (Hansen's disease) is one of the least contagious of all diseases. As for polio, the Salk vaccine has produced « virtual miracle. II doesn't guarantee 100 per cent protection but it offers a high degree of immunity. You can't raise kids under c glass bell. See that they get rest good food and inoculations — then forget about the germs. rom business school and needed a Job. She can't spell, type or answer a phone properly. Her lunch period rtini twice fi long as anyone else's. I want to fire her and t hinted strongly that 1 might. Her after made it plain that he Would gravely hurt. We've been clou friends for years. What shall 1 do? Please answer in the paper. The dumb cluck opens my personal mail. — SORRY BOSS You've hired the daughter of a friend to do secretarial work, find she can't spell, type or answer the phone properly? She takes double lunch periods and opens your personal mall. You pay her a salary. And she's a dumb cluck? There's an old department store adage: "Your first mark' down is the cheapest." I suggest you apply it — at once, Dear Ann: In June, the daugh ter of a close friend graduatec Brownsdole Club Elects New Officers Officers weft elected when' the. Brownsdale Sunshine Birthday Cltto held a Christmas dinner party at the Old Mill, Wednesday. Those named were: Mrs, Jtm«i Sparks, president; Mrs. Paul fuck« er, vice president; Mrs. Enn» Krull, secretary; Mrs. Alvina Ma* jerus, treasurer. During the social hour, Mrs. Row* ard Lysne, Blooming Prairie', waa presented with a birthday gift. Secret pals were revealed and Christmas gifts exchanged. Mrs Majerus will be hostess for the next meeting Jan. 6 Does almost good time buy everyone have a you? If so, send for ANN LANDERS' new book let, "How To Be Well-Liked," en. closing with your request 20 cents in coin and a large, self-addressed, stamped 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.) Ever wondered how long canned food will keep once you get it home? When stored in a moderately cool, dry place, canned foods keep almost indefinitely. But to keep foods moving off the homes shelves, rotate cans so the ones purchased first will be used first. PERSISTANT ITCH You, too, may be amazed (fa quick way 600 Ointmant bring* peace at last to tormented skin. AT YOUR DRUOIST LAURA WHEELER Quiltmaker'8 delight! These motifs add tbe beauty for which a needlewoman strives. Quilt any type quilt with these mo tils. Repeat as needed. Pattern 524: transfer of 7 motifs 4x4','3 to la inches; directions. Use on pillows, too. Send Thirty-live Cent* (coins) (or this pattern — add 5 cents for each pattern for 1st - class mailing. Send to the Austin Daily Herald. Needlecraft Oept.. P. O. Box 168. Old Chelsea Station New York 11, N. If. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. A NEW 1959 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book. JUST OUT, baa lovely designs to order: embroider}, crochet, knitting, weaving, quilting, toys. In the book, a special surprise to make a little girl happy — a cut-out doll, lothes to color. Send 25 cents (or this book. QUITE SO LOUISVILLE, Ky. 1*1 - A marquee at a drive-in movie here ad- verstised this double feature: "I Married a Monster"—"The Blob." APPRECIATION The Austin Male Chorus wishes to thank tlie people of Austin and surrounding area-for their attendance at the Holiday Concert, as well as the many who took part in tbe preparation for the concert. Adv. 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