The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 4, 1958 · Page 7
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 7

Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, December 4, 1958
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Ann Marie Neilsen and James Meyer Exchange Vows In a double-ring ceremony at 7 p.m. Saturday, Miss Aftn Marie Neilsen, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Douglas Neilsen, Blooming Prairie, becanfe the bride of James E. •Meyer, ton of Mr, and Mrs, Arnold H. Meyer, Waltham, The Rev. Opie Rendahl perform«d the ceremony at the First Lutheran Church, Blooming Prairie. Mrs. Robert Eggleftton, sister of the groom, was soloist, accompanied by John Morris. The bride wa's given In marriage by her father. She wore a princess-styled gown of white taffeta with a fingertip veil, held with a crown of rhinestones and pearls. She carried a bouquet of feathered mums, centered with a white orchid. Miss Marjorie Meyer was maid of honor wearing a blue taf- 'feta gown with matching cummerbund. The bridesmaids, Miss Sharon Ditlevson, Rochester, and Miss Joan Call, Duluth, wore gowns of red and green taffeta, respectively, styled identical to that of the maid of honor. Each attendant carried a bouquet of white mums with colored leaves. As flower girl, Muriel Wachlin wore a white taffeta dress with a matching headband and carried a miniature bouquet. Mark Neilson, brother of the bride, was ring- bearer. John Nemitz, Hayfield, attended the groom as bestman and Glen Naatz, Waltham, and Robert Klassy, LeRoy, were groomsmen. Ushers were Berhnam Nemitz and Robert Meyer. Sigri Sitz Elected Honored Queen • of Job's Daughters \rL Site, daughter of Dr. attd Mrs, Chester D. Site, 1006 N. Sixth, was elected honored queen of Bethel 20, .Job's Daughters, Tues- evening at the Masonic Hall Other officers Judy Cook, princess; Nancy Jordan, ju- princess; Thatcher, Mrs. Neilsen wore a gray dress with black accessories and Mrs. Meyer was attired in a suit of fern green Jersey with black accessories. Their corsages were of yellow and bronze mums. One hundred-fifty guests attended the reception held in the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer will make their home on a farm, near Waltham. Slgrl Site gulde . Mary stcv , ens, marshal. Plans were made for a Christ mas party pec. 16, when gifts will be brought for needy children o* Austin. Arrangements for'the formal dance, Dec. 29, also were discussed. Maryann Williams, Carmine Zeller and Carol Christensen were substituting officers. Refreshments were served by the directors of hospitality. Our Savior's Guild Gives Yule Program New members and new officers were introduced by Mrs. Clarence Hagen when Our Savior's Lutheran Guild met Wednesday evening at the church parlors. Corsages were given past presidents, Mrs. Elmer Ulland, Mrs. Clarence Helgeson, Mrs. Byron Borgeson, Mrs. Magnus Modene an.d Mrs. Roland Dain. A life membership pin also was presented Mrs. Dain. Devotions were led by Mrs. nard P o 1 i v k a. The program, "Again It Is Christmas," was presented with Mrs. Lee Arneson as reader. Carols were.sung by the chorus and there was a solo by Mrs. Harold Sundet and a duet by Mrs. G. C. Knutson and Mrs. Arthur Falkum. Mrs. Inman Hesla was pianist. The worship offering prayer was by Mrs, H. L. Carter. Golden Age Glub Plans Holiday Party A Christmas party was planned by the Qolden Age Club, Wednesday at the Moose Home, The party will begin with a 1 o'clock dinner and gifts will be exchanged. The United Auto Wot*ear presented the club with a check for $35 to b« used for party expenses. Mrs. Milton Gartner was welcomed as a new member and 'The Birthday Song" was sung For Hans Voss. Lunch was served by Mrs, Clara Burton and Mrs, Eva Krausert. Royal Neighbors Name Officers Carol Mielke, William C, Sheely Wed at First Methodist Church Miss Carol Mielke became the bride of William C. Sheely at ? p.m Wednesday 6t the first Methodist Church. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mra Louis Mielke,, 705 Johnson, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs and she carried a white, orchid cascade. Miss Nacy Mielke, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Jack Houston were bridesmaids. They wore princess- styled gowns of blue taffeta with matching velvet headbands and short illusion veils. Each carried Arthur Sheely, Austin Rt. 6 | a co i onia i bouquet o{ yeUow roses The Rev. William J. Campbell performed the ceremony and Miss Phyllis Roush accompanied the soloist, Miss ,Barbara Quam. Given in marriage by her fa- and chrysanthemums. Attending the groom were Jack Houston and Arvin Matter. Mrs. Mlelke wore a navy blue sheath dress and the groom's mo- Mclntyre WRC 27 Elects New Officers, Mrs, Frey, President Officers were elected by Mcln- tire WRC 27 Wednesday. They include Mrs. Prank Frjy, president; Mrs. Cecelia Patch, senior vice president; Mrs. Gertrude Arens, junior vice president; Mrs. Kenneth Buck, treasurer; Mrs. Katherine Schalback, chaplain; Mrs. /ohn Zook, conductor; Mrs. Gertrude Jahr, guard. The meeting was held at the! KC Hall, following a potluck lunch- ther, the bride wore a floor-length I ther Wa8 attire d in a dress of blue gown of lace and tulle over taf- j crepe . ^helr Corsages Were O f pink feta with a Peter Pan collar, fit- Presbyterian Circles Three circles of the Women's Guild, Westminster Presbyterian Church, held sessions Wednesday. CIRCLE 2 A luncheon was served Circle Two at the church parlors. Mrs. Christmas Program for Women's Society A Christmas program was presented by Mrs. Ole Benson when the Women's Society met Wednesday at Red Oak Grove Church. Those taking part were Mrs. Har- sisted by Mrs. Frank Cerny, Mrs. Pearl Sargent and Mrs. Frank Vronian assisting. Bible study was led by Mrs. Har- Ian Olson and Mrs. Harry Nielaen presented the program. CIRCLE; 7 Officers were elected and Christ- ted bodice and long sleeves. Her mas party and projects discuss- fingertip veil of silk illusion was nd at a meeting of the RNA Tues- held with a petal hat of tulle day at the home of Mrs. Ray Rogers. . r\rr» X-N It was decided to send plates PERSONAL NOTES and white rosebuds. A reception for 50 guests was held at the Mielke home. Miss Patricia Miller, Miss Joyce Graff -land Mrs. Laverne Haas served refreshments as Mrs. Harold John- of cookies to shut-ins as a Christmas project. Mrs. Herman Holland was elect- W oracle} Mrs. Myrtle Stewart, vloe oracle; Mrs. Floyd Fuhrman, past oracle; Mrs. Judith Oscarson, chancellor; Mrs. W H. McDonald- recorder; Mrs. Mildred Latterly, receiver; Mrs. Eva Lowe, marshal; Mrs. Rogers, assistant marshal; Mrs. Edwina Perry, inner sentinel; Mrs. Lee Sargeant, outer sentinel; Mrs. Ann Moore. Mrs. Charles Bell, Mrs. Roy Morgan, managers. Mrs. Feeley was appointed special auditor. Hostesses were Mrs. Mrs. Mathew Arens, 311 N. Dl- Ision, spent Thanksgiving and the following weekend with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs George Ivans, and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arens, St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs John S. Retterath, eon. Mrs. Buck reported on the presentation of a flag to Ellis School. j The charter was draped for Mrs. Ora Moore. Plans were made for a noon turkey Christmas dinner to honor 11 new -members. Gifts will be exchanged. formerly of LeRoy, who now re- senior at Austin High School and son and Miss Shirley Graff P our-j installation of officers will be ed. Miss Betty Miller was In;held in January. charge of the guest book and Miss Joan Miller, the gifts. After a trip to Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Sheely will be at home at 1007 W. Winona For travel, the bride wore a black sheath dress with an orchid corsage. She is a Mrs. David Rachel was a guest | w ^, i f.?. ff . eri " g . when Circle Seven met at home of Mrs. Neil Munro. Mrs. Oliver Tollefson, Mrs. Edward Jolson, Mrs. Orvllle Christensen, Mrs. Aimer Christensen, Mrs. Neal Ingvalson, Mrs. Burton Ingvalson. The Rev. Neal Johnson led in scripture reading and prayer and Mrs. Adolph Severson gave the side at 408 E. Water, had as guests Thanksgiving and the following weekend, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Retterath, Jackson, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. William Murphy, LeRoy. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Marsh, the groom, a. graduate of Austin High School, Is employed by the Eddy Paper Co. Rogers, Mrs Bell an dMrs Fuhr- iMadison > wis - s P ent Thanksgiving man and door prizes were won by Mrs. Feeley and Mrs. Perry. The Mill< otner ^uests were Mr. and January meeting will be with Mrs. Mrs< Ed ward Dovenberg and family, Minneapolis, who also visited Amvets Auxiliary Appoints Officers Temporary officers were appointed by the Amvets Auxiliary Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Juel Schaefer, 900 Padden, Mrs. Schaefer will serve as president and Mrs. Raymond Deyo, secretary-treasurer. A donation of $40 was made to the Veterans Council. The next session, Jan. 7, will be with Mrs. Dennis Schleusner. with Miss Cora Dovenberg, 411 E. THESE WOMEN DRIVERS NATIONAL CITY, Calif. OH Mrs 1 . Joane Ostberg drover her car with one hand while she helped deliver her sister's baby with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Hardy, 505 W. Lyndale. M. J A housewife can save grocery money if she buys only what she knows the family will eat. This also holds true when preparing meals. Leftovers that clutter the refrigerator for weeks and perishable foods the family doesn't eat are pennies. in the garbage pail, not the bank. A potluck supper was served p n iljp Egtvet. after which Christmas gifts were exchanged. Mrs. George Kline and Mrs. Fred Krast were assisting hostesses and Mrs. Duane Norgaard led in devotions. CIRCLE 8 j Mrs. Ray Fell, 911 W. Bridge.' 'entertained Circle Eight, assisted by Miss Mabel Olson, Mrs. George! Krupicka and Mrs. Selecta Schroeder. Mrs. Kennety Guy led in devotions and Mrs. F Lloyd Young Jr. presented the program. A gift was presented the chairman, Mrs. Guy Mack. Guests were Miss Cora Dovenberg, Mrs. W B. Grise and Mrs. Oliver HJelman and Mrs. AUSTIN (Minn.) H6RAID *l Thursday, Dae. 4, 1958 •; i Centennial Group Plans Final Event The women's division of the Minnesota Centennial Committee will hold its final event, Friday, A program in recognition of county chairmen has been scheduled at the Weyerhauser Historical Building, St. Paul, sponsored by Thomas Swafn, executive dlrecWf of the centennial committee. Mrs. Donald Weseman, Austin Kt. 3, has served fls Mower County women's chairman. Ever serve creamed eggs over crisp Chinese noodles? If you tr£ Ithis, season the cream sauce well. MARVIN V) (Mrs. David Kachel. MARVIN'S here's a happy teen-age gift idea! CATWALKS Cake bakers learn from experience that the size of the cake pan is important. If it is too small SORRY,LADY SAN DIEGO, Calif. Of) - A woman visitor from St. Louis, just in from the airport, told the hotel clerk that she had left her purse! in a cab. "But at least 1 know! the name of the driver," she said. It was William Thien." The clerk explained unhappily that Thien is the police Inspector who signs the cabbies' ID cards. the other. And she didn't forget ! the batter usuall y r "ns over the to keep the horn blowing to warn! 641568 - Or even worse ' • cake traffic. Mrs Carlos Long, 21, and| may fal1 in the centen A to °her 7-pound son, Brett, camel^ge pan causes the cake to be through the ordeal fine. He was If™ 11 ' and also the crumbs wil1 born on the way to a hospital, i ry- Next time you stew apples, add a stick of cinnamon for juicy flavor. Have Your Christmas Portraits Taken Now! arrange for an appointment now JUDD'S Portrait SH?dJo Over Woolworth's on Mill St. HE 3-5512 at by Joyce give her a pair of comfortable, ever-popular "Catwalks" in black, red or white leather, tallow (tan) Florentine calf, or black suede sizes 4 to 10 — all widths USE A MARVIN'S GIFT CERTIFICATE shoe salon — main floor charm her on • Christmas . . . with our golden charms hung on a golden chain. A heart, a good luck clover, a horseshoe. And, for good measure add a cultured pearl tulip pendant on a gold filled chain. Heart, clover, horseshoe. 3.00* each. Tulip pearl. 2.00* * Plus federal tax accessories — main floor '* just toy "charge It please" HAPPY DAYS LOUISVILLE, Ky. W — Miss Mattie Lee Wood, who has taught j the same Sunday School class for 65 of h«r 86 years, says th« only change ihe has noticed through the years is that "the world ii retting better all the time." AAARVIN'S We have all the favorite styles In hair-dos, from classic and tailored to frilly and feminine. Some hair-dos are dainty while others are daihint . . . depending on your own personality. Our beauty technicians are expert- enced and capable of givini you exactly the styling you desire. Phone for your appointment, won't you? HAIRCUT 1.00 Shampo* ft Wave 1.50 Permanent* Prom 7.50 to 15.00 i DIAL HE 7-3175 FOR APPOINTMENT IACH MORNING OPEN at I A. M. OPIN TUESDAY and THURSDAY NIGHTS Margarets PERMANENT WAVi SHOP Your IUZIER Cosmetic Consultant Corner of Greenwich * Mill SI*. Just, say "Charge It Please" Use Your Austin-Albert Lea Credit Plate SKETCHED FROM STOCK A heart-warming way to say Merry Christmas ... a wonderful way to say she's your special someone whatever the occasion. Wrap her up in a cuddly sweater from our gifted collection. You'll find a fashion for her every need, her every costume • . . everything from the beloved bulky to the brand new empire. Left to right: Christmas »coop in fluffy, flattering angora. A day and night short sleeved slipover in sizes 34 to 40. White. 8.98 Featherlight cardigan of 90% mohair, 10% nylon, rhinestone buttoned to the waist. Sizes 34 to 40 In white, black 12.98 Sparkling orlon cardigan with sequin scrolls blazing across the front and around the back of the neck. Long sleeves, size;. 34 to 40 in black, white. 12.98 Bulky little orlon cardigan with cable stitched edged shawl collar, rhinestone centered buttons. Sizes 34 to 40 in white, shocking pink or black. ]9 98 sportswear — main floor ...... ./-.',s4

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