The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 4, 1958 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 8

Publication:
Location:
Austin, Minnesota
Issue Date:
Thursday, December 4, 1958
Page:
Page 8
Start Free Trial
Cancel

8 AUSTIN /M,nn Hf.0AID Thundoy, D*c. 4, 1958 Miss Mary Martin and Marvin Faas Marry at.Riceville , Bouquets of yellow, whltp n n d bronze mums decorated the altnr of Immaculate Conception Chuirh. nicevlll*. for the weddinp of Miss Mary Martin and Marvin Faas. Saturday. The Rev Arthur F. Slirn officiated at the service. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Martin. Ricevillp and the groom is the son of Mr. ,md Mr*. Ben Faas. Slacyville. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of white satin with Chantilly lace overlay, with a sculptured bodice, bouffant skirt. Her fingertip veil fell from a pearl headpiece and she carried a white prayer book with gtephanotis and an orchid. Miss Lavonn Eschweiler, was maid of honor. ?3ridesmaids were Mrs. Kenneth Martin, and Mrs. Larry Hulemann, Stacyville, sister of the groom. They were at- lired in -toast brown sheath dresses with cocoa brown net over- skirls. Their bouquets were of gold and bronze mums. LaVerne Simon, Stacyville, was bestman. John Faas, Osage, brother of the groom, and William Martin, brother of the bride, were :•':'«••>.'•-• \r.<~.~\ \ •':< : - t> t , Ki ; !'• '' Martin, brother of the" hnrio. and Sylvan Faas, l.yle. bather of the groom The bride's mother wore a dress of navy blue with rose accessories and white mum corsage. The mother of the groom wore a navy blur dress with black accessories and white mum corsage. Reception for IfiO gucMs was ;held at the parish renter. Thr couple will mak» their home in Mona, Iowa. Unit Completes Plans for Bazaar Final plans for the annual bazaar and luncheon at Christ Epis•' copal Church Friday were completed when Bishop Gilbert Unit met Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Gus Marmesh, Austin Acres, was 'hostess. "A Christmas Story" was given by Mrs. T. .1 Williams. Guests j :included the Rev. and Mrs. Wil- 1 Hams and Mrs. James Cassidy. who poured as lunch was served. Members will meet for a politick luncheon at the church, Jan. a ; Only the tall woman of rather : Inrge dimensions can successfully i wear bulky jewelry. Scale youri ! jewelry to your height and bone' structure. If you have a pretty hairline, show it off. Don't hide it under ; bangs. Comb your hair back from ithe forehead. Church of Christ Circles Hold Meetings MARTHA CIRCLE Mrs. Earl Campbell, 1910 Deneen. was hostess to Martha Cir cle. Mrs. Roger Bell introduced the program which opened with group singing of Christmas carols. Mrs. Donald Madison read a Christmas story and Mrs. Fred Wead reported on the Max Randall missionary family in South Africa. Mrs. Ramon Schumann offered the closing prayer and Mrs. Lawrence Todd assisted serving refreshments. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Byron Peterson. NAOMI CIRCLE Miss Arlene Dunlap gave the study lesson on South Africa and ; offered prayer at the meeting of; Naomi Circle. Members met with Mrs. Raymond Wigant, Mrs. James Smith; served refreshments following the business meeting and social hour. RUTH CIRCLE Mrs. Ben Sterling was hostess to Ruth Circle and conducted devotions following a group Christmas carol sing. Mrs. Oren Blabaum offered pray- and Mrs. Mary Jane Miller Read the Stars Miss Bonnie Of fan Becomes Bride of Donald W. LeFevre er pom-Is and she rmviri! ,1 \w\\. f)TOt t of red roses'. Miss Dorothy Offen. sister of the bride, was maid of honor and wote a gown of blue nylon chiffori and ' velvet with a matching headdress. « Ronnie I.iV-i'np Offer, rhe bridesmaids. Miss Virginia !• r cl Mr. mid Mrs. V > 11 n, Dolash, cousin of the groom, Miss Riceville. and D o n a 1 d j Charlotte Peterson and Miss Ma- LaFevre, son of Mr. andjxine Daubenberger, wore gowns ! Mrs. George LeFevre, C e d n r j Falls, Iowa, were married Friday. The wedding look place at Grace Methodist Church, Waterloo, Iowa, Dr. Deane Chaplan performing the ceremonv. identical to that of Miss Offen. Each attendant carried white carnations. Gale Grimm, cousin of the bride, was flower girl and Douglas Dal- iviel was ringbearer. tVilash. cousin of th? groom. v;f*r ushers. Mrs. Offen and Mrs. L*Fevre wore -dresses of blue lace over taffeta with white accessories and corsages of white carsintons. A reception was held in the church parlors after the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. LeFevre wirf make their home at 1230 Columbia St., Waterloo. A gown of Rosepoint lace and) Attending the groom were Wen- tulle was worn by the bride, given! dell Crotty, Jerry Satterlee and in marriage by her father. HerJDuane Drakos. Francis Weber, veil was held with a corwn of cousin of the bride, and Richard When applying hand cream, use a massage motion. It will help to keep veins from becoming prominent. If your arms are either too heavy or too thin, wear long- sleeved blouses. The rather full sleeve with a French cuff is good for most women. riMWO. «fi, TODAY MADRID <AP) - Generalissimo Francisco Franco, Spanish chief of state felnce his forces overthrew the Republican government in 1936, was 66 today. Lot?, of good ways fo serve sweet .potatoes: boiled, then diced and 'buttered; baked or baked and stuffed; mashed or mashed and used in a casserole; candled with brown stigar or maple syrup. Chop twsley and chives (or the tops of green onions) fine and add with minced fresh or crushed dry! tarragon or mayonnaise. Wonderful with lobster for a salad. New minced dried onion flakes are ready for use. They may be added "as is" to meat for hamburgers or loaves; they're delicious sprinkled over a salai or crisp greens or cooked vegetables. CHRISTMAS 3,000 Of f htm , Juit tht W»« you want — Pick '*m ou» new whllt utoMon ii at IN p«ak. FREE CONK Wood Tod Minlt-Cor-Wdsh Sterling Shopplfif Center AT WALLACE'S ANNOUNCING AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A CAREER IN PRACTICAL NURSING NEXT CLASS Jomiory 12, 1959 QUALIFICATIONS: High School Graduate (Preferred but diploma not ntccts- »«ry> Age 18-60 Good Health Character References LENGTH OF COURSE One year with two weeks vacation THE COURSE YOU WILL STUDY: 1. Nursing of Surgical Patient! 2. Nursing of Medical Poticnrt 3. Mother and Infant Core 4. Care of the III Child 5. Care of Psychiatric and Aged Pattentt i. Nursing Principal and Procedure! 7. Body Structure and Function i. Care ot Geriatric Patients f. First Aid 10. Foods and Nutrition 11. Personal and Vocational Relationships • A CHALLENGING AND SECURE FUTURE • A WELL PAID POSITION •WORK WITH SKILLED PROFESSIONAL MEN AND WOMEN • SERVE YOUR COMMUNITY • GOOD PREPARATION FOR MARRIAGE This course of training has m«t th« requirements of the Minnesota Board of Nursing so that graduates may be eligible to write the State examinations to qualify as a licensed practical nurse. We can accept o few more applications for the January 12, 1959 class For further information, fill in the coupon below today or call St. Lucas Hospital. MAIL COUPON TO: Mn. Helen Aost, St. Lucai Hospital, Foribault, Minn. NAME AGE TOTAL COST OF COURSE $75.00 Board and Room in Nurse's Residence available at no cost to student. Only additional enpense involved is travel expenses and room rent while at Mt. Sinai Hospital, Minneapolis, for 4 weeks study. ADDRESS PHONE GRADUATE OF HIGH SCHOOL Stars tell all. Every fact that family nd frlendo want to know and re- gave the Study tooic Christina*' number about baby! . 6 c aiuuy wpit. L.niisimas; Easy embroidery! Delight mom with gifts were exchanged. Mrs. Mary Mils sampler she'll nang_ in baby's V Rhodes assisted serving refresh-' f^J^/JJ,' ' " ments. The next meeting will be:chart. with Mrs Almeda Fnelp i Sentl Thirty . five Cents (coins) for |{Si Mrs. nimeaa *,ngie. thls pftttOTn _ add 5 cenu tor Mch $ TTQTHTm ntsn f pattern for 1st - class mailing. Sendi ' ^SIH^K LlKLLt, | to the Auatln oauy Herald, Needle- 1 * A Christmas gift exchange was craft Dept.. P. O. Box 169. Old Chelsea,* held hv mpmhore of Pcthor r;^ i statl °n, .New York 11. N. Y. Print!/ neiu ay memaers ot tsihei Cir-ipiamiy PATTERN NUMBER, NAME £ cle when they met with Mrs El-| lVDDRES s and ZONE. !* mpr Nrtrhv Mrs Hollo no,, „„,,„ A NEW Ifl59 Laur » Wheeler Needle-ix mer I\OID>. Mis. Delia Day gave craft Book, JUST OUT, has lovely de-iSf the lesson. Mrs. Ethel Horn con- 5ll ? nR to order: embroidery, crochet,;'' ducted devotions and Mrs. Her-jKEk. ^pecfai^fe ^nuke * man Haack offered oraver ' a lltcle sM happy — a cut-out doll, " ; Jt'lotliw to color. Send 25 cents for & secret pal names were drawn, i thls book - !R Mrs. Haack will be hostess for I ' ,\ the next meeting. I Those with a yen to make their j$ |homes different often decorate^ Drab kitchen cabinets, work, with oddities, although not an!* counters and furnishings make a : oddity, an incomplete deck of;$ kitchen a depressing place in .playing cards can be useful. For ! ; which to work. Perking it up 1 example, rejuvenate an old metal $ coverings, contact paper or a coat ] wastebasket with them. Glue 1 »: of paint will do wonders for a dis-1 them to the basket s u r f a c e$ mal room. i smoothly and cover with shellac. A • Wool Jerseys • Suave Crepes • Nylon Laces • Velvets for your every holiday "dress-up" occasion glamourous gift-wrap nylon iricot in gentle panels Star itvdded f'arfwy far h«r new Sweet Music* FROM 14 98 Misses • Half • Ladies Sizes Other Dresses TO $2998 by Maidenform New custom-fike fit, with entire band of breathe-easy elastic . . . spoke stitched cups give fashion's high- rounded curve. A, 32-38, B, 32-38, C, 32-40. :»: Much Ado* by Maidenform light foam rubbe/ contour makes most of curves . . . embroidered cups have firm V-stitching. A, 32-36, B, C, 32-38. *2 FREE GIFT WRAPPING |j OF ALL * PURCHASES • Convenient Credit • Famous Brands • Low Prices II Like the Friendly Service at Wallaces" OPEN FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P. M. WMaceb "The Christmas Store" .«K3^^

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free