The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 5, 1958 · Page 6
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If You Think Business Women Aren't Glamorous, Shop in Palm Springs It's a 'Sndp' to Record Holiday! AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Off. 3, 1956 By DOROTHY ROE Associated Press Women's Editor Anyone who thinks businesswomen aren't glamorous ought to inspect the current crop of feminine storekeepers in Palm Springs, Calif. j 1 recently paused at this gilt- edged desert resort for a weekend en route back to New York after several weeks of California headline hunting and I'm still blinking from the dazzling lineup of local lady merchants. The night I arrived, Mama Gabor and two of her three famous daughters were holding open house and making merry to celebrate the opening of Mama's new boutique shop, named simply Jolie Gabor. The Viennese Mrs. Gabor has been doing right well selling jewelry in ,New York for come time now. Then there's Marion Davies, who owns Palm Springs' oldest and most renowned hotel, the Desert Inn—all 30 acres of it- but has announced she is tearing it down next year and turning the land over to the city for a parking lot. The astute Marion plans to keep a front strip of the property and put in one of the most glittering shopping centers in the West—a feat which will make her probably the top lady merchant of the Coast. Madelyn Fio Rito, the striking brunette who trained the girl and boy guides in the United States Pavilion at the Brussels World's Fair, also has a new Palm Springs boutique, where she sells the fashionable goodies she gathers up in her periodic trips abroad. Andrea Leeds Howard, former glamor girl of the films, has a dress shop too, as does Mrs. Harry Joe Brown. Carolyn Jones and Linda Dar „ Waters Hotel, and Claudette Colbert is a stockholder in Bing Crosby's trailer park. Mrs. Alan Ladd keeps a watchful eye on her husband's Palm Springs hardware store, and Mrs. Bob Hope takes an avid interest in Bob's real estate business. Lucille Ball appears regularly to check the customers at husband Desi Arnaz's Western Hills Hotel, about 12 miles out of Palm Springs, where film luminaries fight for tables. Legion Auxiliary Holds Dinner Party The LeRoy American Legion Auxiliary met for a Christmas dinner Tuesday. Program chairman, Mrs. Kent Vatne, introduced selections by JoAnn Jones, accompanied by Janet Jones; a skit by Mrs. Roger Fister and Mrs. Sidney Fister; a Christmas reading by Mrs. A. M. Wells. Mrs. A. C. Buesing gave the Christmas scripture reading and group singing of carols concluded the program. During the business session it was voted to contribute to the Veterans Hospital fund and to purchase Christmas seals. Members contributed gifts for the patients at the veterans Hospital. Koopals Celebrate 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Case Koopal, Lyle, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday. Open house was held at their farm home, west of Lyle, with Mr. and Mrs. Jack By KAY SHERWOOD The derision to make some of 'your Christmas decorations is its- jually bolstered by the presence of children who are old enough to want a hand in the fun.,Picturew- que props can be made from simple materials, with results pleasing to all. When the fireplace Is outfitted for the holidays or the entryway is decked, don't fail to snap the picture in color, to capture t h e spirit of the holidays, and the handiwork of a very proud designer. Besides being a fine record of how the house and artist looked Jin '58, a snapshot tucked into thank-you notes can be a post-Christmas treat for dear friends or family. Bright with red, green and white and not too difficult to make are a Santa-sit-by-the-fire and holiday greetings spelled out in lollipops over a fireplace or doorway. Basic ingredients are 14 lollipops, a grocery carton, gift wrapping paper or colored shelf paper, cellulose and plastic tape. Merry Christmas lollipops are made by covering the 14 candy suckers with clear cellulose. Use red plastic tape, cut in 1%-inch strips, to form one letter on the front of each lollipop. Spell out the greeting. Tape the suckers about two inches apart to a length of red ribbon and tape or thumbtack into position. A jolly Santa that serves as decoration, a container for gifts before Christmas and a collection HOLIDAY FUN — Fireside Santa and lollipop Christmas greeting strung across the mantel are prime subjects for color snapshots. Koopal as hosts and host- Mrs. Daniel Noelck, Lyle, cut the anniversary cake as Mrs. Arthur Pater, Dexter, poured. Refreshments were served by Mrs. George Peterman, Mrs. Frank Duerst, Mrs. Carl Haas and Mrs. Alphonso Murphy. The program included a vocal duet by Mary and Patricia Weber and readings by Mrs. Clarence Walsh and Mrs. Irving Weber. JOHN TREEF Says . . . Select from Fashionable Scarfs, Stoles, Jackets, Coats . . . all prices . . . newest craftsmanship . excellent quality. AUSTIN FUR SHOPPE JOHN TREEF, Furrier 112 E. Water Au*tin, Minn. slim carton, about 24 x 10 inches. Tape or paste a piece of pink paper about eight inches wide — • — Christmas Party for Project Club A Christmas party was held by the Northeast Windom Project Club .Thursday at the Fenske home. Hostesses were Mrs. Delbert Kasten, Mrs. William Moran, Mrs. Burton Gallentine and Mrs. Jay Johnson. Members brought Christmas cookies and gift suggestions and spent the afternoon making holiday favors under the direction of Mrs. A. D. Burroughs, Mrs. Melvin Schwartz, Mrs. H. S. May and Mrs. Johnson. The January meeting will be with Mrs. Archie Wilson. Mrs. Gerald Meany and Mrs. John L. Felton will be leaders. around the top part of the box for the face. Give him blue star eyes, a Christmas tree ball nose and a fluffy beard made from cotton or white sashee ribbon bows. The body is red paper taped or pasted around the box and marked with a black plastic or paper belt. A cone-shaped, red paper hat about 12 inches tall trimmed with cotton or ribbon bows caps the figure. If there's a camera fan in the house, he will be equipped with all kinds of film, bulbs, cameras and directions. For your own peace of mind, and I speak from experience, I'd suggest you quietly take your own pictures with a simple, box-type camera; the newer ones can literally be aimed and shot. All you need to remember is to coordinate the bulbs with the film type (color or black and white) and to check the recommended working distance from subject to lens. Iowa is the world's leading center for the popcorn crop. for someone in love ,.. Christmas Give her a beautiful Christmas with o beautiful gift from Coty. Choose from o Coty collection of scented excitement, oil wrapped up in Christmas enchantment. U'AIMANT EMCRAUDE t'ORIOAN •PARIS)' COTY.~..tt» MMnc* «l b*au»y thgl U ChrisJmoi DUSTING POWDER. 1.74 PERFUME, 4.00 io 15.00 prfctl p'ul tax g.lti from 1.00 to 15.00 WOLD'S DRUG STORE Main at Bridge i' Cosmetic Counter Est. 1866 Phone HE 3-2326 mpound** ond toptrtpliitd br Cot», tat, K.' Wallace Employes Given Dinner Party Bruce Wallace was host to em- ployes of Wallace's Thursday evening. Dinner was served at the Fox Hotel, followed by a short pro;ram. A gift was given the sss ,:h tion for Mentally Retarded child- 'en. Mrs. Gust Schmidt Honored at Party Mrs. Gust Schmidt was honored at a birthday party Monday at the home of Mrs. Henry Miller, Lyle Center. Bunco was played and door prizes awarded Mrs. Floyd Lehman and Mrs. L. J. Beadle. Mrs. Schmidt was presented with a gift. Past Matrons Meet for Dinner Party Past matrons of Mizpah Chapter, OES, Brownsdale, were enter- ;ained at dinner Tuesday at the some of Mrs. Charles Stewart, Brownsdale. Christmas gifts were exchanged and prizes awarded Mrs. Celecta Schroeder and Mrs. Anna Whitcomb. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Emma Becker. Auxiliary Sponsors Guest Night Party A Christmas party and guest night were held Tuesday by the Adams American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs.' Julius Krause, first dis- rict president, Mrs. Westphal, secretary, and Frank Bates, Albert Lea, first district commander, ex- ended greetings. Mrs. Ramon Schumann and Mrs. Earl Lewison announced the pro;ram including readings by Mrs. Vard Bergene and Mrs. Eugene Brennan. Initiated were Mrs. Bergene, Mrs. Gerald Meier, Mrs. Roman Mullenback, Mrs. Maurice Halverson, Mrs. Lyle Peterson and Mrs. Dale Domino. A potluck smorgasbord was served preceding the program. Those serving were Mrs. Paul Ulwelling, Ars. Lloyd Uglum, Mrs. John T. Wagner Jr., Mrs. John Wagner Sr., Mrs. Alfred Wiste, Mrs. Oscar Asper, Mrs. William Wigham, Mrs. Harold Walterman and Mrs. Ray Wood. Any maple sugar in the house? t's wonderful grated fine and used in a butter-rich hard sauce to serve with apple dumplings. CHRISTMAS For Sale Beautiful Trees Norway Pine - Balsam Spruce • Scotch Pine Keller Texaco Station 7tJ> fr OvUoarf W, <y y , "$*H" GMM Stan* Mrs. Jenks Reads Christmas Story at DAR Program Mrs. Marion Jenks again read the Christmas story as the traditional program for Red Cedar Chapter, DAR.at a Christmas party Thursday afternoon. Mrs. M E. Cook, 608 N. High, was hostess at a dessert luncheon, assisted by Mrs. Paul Robertson, Mrs. James Schradle and Mrs. Mathew Darr. Mrs. Jenks selected the story "Old Jed Miller," from "Journey's Into Christmas," by Aldrich. A gift of money was presented for the Northern Minnesota Indian project. Mrs. Charles Stern reported for the Co-Ordinating Council and Miss Edith Vest was appointed Kinswoman's national contest chairman. Mrs. Roy Tedrow, regent, introduced the program. PERSONAL NOTES Mrs. Stella Smith, 703 W. Oakland, is a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Her room number is 216. Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson and children, Albert Lea, were dinner guests Wednesday at the William Erie home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith, Adams, were luncheon guests. Mrs. Richard Swenson, the former Judy Bakke, and Mrs. AT- lin Sawyer, the former Delone Bakke, were honored at a tea Saturday given by Mrs. H. M. Fisch Sr. and Mrs. Thomas Geraghty at the Fisch home, Austin Rt. 3. Mrs. Marcella Haas, Mrs. Helen Majerus and Mrs. Elizabeth Smith drove to Cedar Rapids; Iowa, and spent Thanksgiving Day with friends and relatives. Mrs. Smith will spend the winter with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Engbretson. Four medium-sized green peppers usually make one pound. Mitten Tree Ready to Be Decorated at Girl Scout House The mitten tree at Ihe Girt Scout house is again ready to be decorated, according to M r s. Roland Young, executive director. The mittens will be sent overseas following the Christinas season. Announcement was made as the Southeast Association of Austin Girl Scouts met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Frank E. Dunsmore, 202 Lyman Lane. Brownie and intermediate leaders turned in money from calendar sales. Girls were reminded that names are being considered for the new Girl* Scout camp near Lansing and were asked to submit suggestions. Mrs. Young reviewed Austin area scouting progress and organizational plans for Ellis and Neveln School troops. Concentration on expanded Girl Scouting at Ellis will be the principal project in the southeast area for the immediate future, she said. Mrs. Stier rfostess at Holiday Party Mrs. Alvin Stler, Grand' Meadow, was hostess at the St. Finbarr Missionary Society Christmas party, Wednesday. During the afternoon, prizes for cards were won by Mrs. Charles Allen and Mrs. Rose Sievertsen. Mrs. Louis Wellik was awarded the door prize. Money was contributed to the Austin Association for Mentally Retarded Children and the Indian Children's Mission, Onamia, Minn. Mrs. George Mclleece, Davenport, Iowa, was a guest. Banfield Girl Scouts Presented Flag Mrs. Norbert Narveson, VFW president, presented Banfield School Girl Scouts with a flag and gold standard at a troop meeting Wednesday at the school. Mrs. Narveson's presentation was preceded by a talk on flag etiquette. Scouts of the 11 Banfield troops heard the program presented by Mrs. Kurth Tommervik. Brownies and Intermediate Scouts were led in group singing by Mrs. Grant Williams and other leaders. Mrs. Richard Peterson, neighborhood chairman, introduced Mrs. Narveson. Plans were made for another combined troop meeting in the spring. BUTTER creamy, delicious 'he way wholesome butter should taste. "Look tot tbt 0«k LtaP Oscar Seversons Plan Open House Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Severson will observe their 25th wedding anniversary at their home, southeast of May field, Sunday. Open house will be held from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 9 p.m. Shower Compliments Mrs. Anderson Mrs. Wayne Anderson was honored at a shower Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Howard Snyder,, 603 Drummond. Mrs. Oscar Husemoller assisted the hostess. , Corsages were presented the honored guest, her mother, Mrs. A. M. Leahy, and Mrs, Arnold Anderson. During the social hour, Mrs. David Snyder assisted in opening gifts. The Andersons were married Nov. 28, at Grace Lutheran Church. She is the former Catherine Leahy. 'Oven Cookery' to Be Club Topic "Belts and Zippers" was the lesson given by Mrs. Case Koopal and Mrs. George Peterman for the Lyle Star Home Project Club Tuesday. Members met with Mrs. Leonard Salisbury. Mrs. John Johannsen introduced the program and announced that the January lesson will be "Oven Cookery." Christmas Program for St. Olaf Guild A Christmas program, "Oh How Shall I Receive Thee," was presented by Mrs. Willard Hardy when St. Olaf Lutheran Missionary Guild met Thursday at the church parlors. Mrs. Arthur Stevens, and Mrs. Reuben Strand were narrators and music was provided by Mrs. Donald Siverson, Mrs. Arthur Bustad, Mrs. James Nesse, Mrs. Dale Conklin, Mrs. Frank Summerside, Mrs. Eugene Ames. The Rev. M. E. Hauge read the Christmas Story and led in devotions. Mrs. Allan Crosby gave the worship offering prayer. Reports were made by Mrs. Chester Nockleby, Mrs. Albert Larson, Mrs. W. Kirkdoerfer, Mrs. Bradfbrd Larson. Circles and 26 were hostesses and Mrs. Benjamin Bednar Jr. was hostess at the birthday table. Mrs. M. H. Meyers was pianist. Mrs, Joseph Lickteig s Elected President if St. Augustine Society Mrs. Joseph J. Lickteig was el- cted president of St. Augustine osiry Society Thursday evening, ther officers are: Mrs. William rebabach, vice president; Mrs. liver Herrick, corresponding sectary; Mrs. Henry Stark, finan- al secretary. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Robert Jen- ngs led recitation of the Rosary nd committee chairmen reported n parish activities. Retiring presl- nt, Mrs. Kenneth Davis, express- d appreciation to members who jsisted her. A letter from the resident of the National Council Catholic Women was read. Mrs. Lickteig announced chair- en for the coming year. The next eeting will be Jan. 8, and the nnual unit presidents' meeting will e Jan. 13. Fr. Jennings commended mem- ers for cooperation in parish act- ities and urged them to make dvent a time of preparation for hristmas. More than three tons clothing have been collected and lipped for overseas relief, he said. amilles interested in participat- g in the exchange student plan ponsored by the National Catholic f elfare and U. S. State Depart- ent, were advised to make ap- ication soon. Two Christmas readings were ven by Miss Eleanor Kochvar. Morning-glory seeds may live ve to ten years. Friendly Nelghbori Moke Contributions four contributions were mad* by the Friendly Neighbor Club Wednesday at the home of Mrl, Peter Lausen. Gifts were tent th« Association for Mentally Retard* ed, Red Cross, Sister Kenny Fund and Heart Fund. Cards were played with Mri, William Lonergan and Mrs. Mao* rice Weitz winning prizes. Mri, Lausen was awarded the door prize. The January meeting win bl • potluck dinner at Enterprise School. Holy Cross Aid Holds Yule Party Holy Cross Lutheran Ladles Aid held a Christmas party Thursday evening at the church parlors. Mrs. Howard Madson, Mr I. Charles Fraatz and Mrs. Frank Bridges were in charge of the pro* gram. It was composed of a welcome by Mrs. Garnet Jchardsont a reading by Mrs. Bridges; the showing of colored Christmas slid* es by Mrs. Warren Rector; group singing of carols and games. A donation was made to Boy'i Ranch, in North Dakota. Hostesses were Mrs. H. C. Bentrup, Mr», Merle Heard, Mrs. Ole Hagstrom and Mrs. Melvin Kreinbring. Save the plastic bags in which so many food and clothing itema are wrapped nowadays. They are handy for storing small itema like parsley and radishes in tha refrigerator; they also make good freezer bags. Christmas Lighting • We have a large selection of Christmas Lights Noma Safety Plugs — Strands of Lights and complete lighting equipment. Be sure your house wiring is safe for your Christmas light, let us check WE ARE CLOSING OUT SEVERAL FINE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES JUST IN TIME TO GIVE YOU A GREAT GIFT BUYING OPPORTUNITY PATON ELECTRIC 1015 E. Water St. Ph. 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