The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 8, 1958 · Page 7
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Miss Mary Jo Nielsen Becomes Bride of Harlan K, Griese Mf. and Mrs. Leonard Nielsen, Austin Rt. 8, announce the hiat- rlage of their daughter, Mary Jo, to Harlan K. Griese, soft of Mrs. Anna Griese, 1300 E. Water. The wedding took place Nov. 28, at Holy Cross Lutheran Church. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs, Arthur HalL, Rochester, Mtog Leola Nielsen and Robert Dean Rosen thai. Leonard Cries* and Lowell Warnshalz ushered. The flower girl was Carol Jean Nielsen. Mr. and Mrs. Griese are now at home at 1304 Brownsdale. Mission Band Holds Christmas Party A Christmas party was held by the Junior Mission Band Saturday at St. Olaf Lutheran Church par* iors. Following prayer by Vae Moen, Mrs. Raymond Knight gave a reading and Miss Marion Knutson led in the singing of carols, accompanied by Mrs. Melvin Hauge. Andrew Waletzke read the Christmas Story as a film was shown, Carol Madson, led the worship offering prayer, there was a vocal duet by Fern Enrlght and Betty Roseth and prayer by Jean Hardy. Host and hostesses were Andrew Waletske, Carol Madson, Jean Hardy and Vae Moen, assisted by Mrs. Howard Madson, Mrs. Willard Hardy and Mrs. Moen. New members are Janelle Nelson, Robert Martin, Susan Wolcott, David Anderson, Cecelia and Margaret Andresen, David Johnson, David Helebrant. Th« next meeting will be Jtn. 17. To Size 48 PRINTED PATTERN PERSONAL NOTES Stephen Wayne Rod, tan of Mr and Mrs. Richard W. Rud, »M Rochford, entertained 15 friends Saturday moiuthg in celebration of his sixth birthday. Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard W, Rud, Ml Rochford, were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hoffmeister, St. Pete, Minn. Mrs. Derwin Hillson, Blooming Prairie, underwent major surgery this morning at St. Olaf Hospital. Her room number Is 253. Mrs. Hillson is the former Marlene Prehoda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prehoda, 607 Drummond. A bridal shower honoring Miss Sara Laivell was held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Theodore Hall, 601 N. Fifth. Hostesses were Miss Beverly Smith and Mrs. Arnold Hall. Miss Lalvell's marriage to Dale R. Hall will take place Dec. 27, at the Methodist Church. . / Man koto Debaters Win in Tournament WAYNE, Neb. (AP)-Debaters from four colleges each won four rounds in the annual invitational Midwest speech tournament at Wayne State Teachers College Saturday. They r e presented Mankato, Minn., State College; Bethel College of Newton, Kan.; the University of South Dakota and the University of OMAHA. Thirteen schools competed. Don't be afraid to add plenty of minced parsley when you are making a stuffing for meat or poultry — It takes a fair amount to give real paraley flavor. The same family has owned the Appleton Farms in Ipswich, Mass., since 1638. Argentina maintains the largest navy of uy South American country. Chrisfmos Party for Custodian Club A Christmas party was held by the 'Austin Public Schools; Costo- dlart Club, Saturday at Helton's Hospitality Room. After dinner, gifts were exchanged and 600 and bunco played. Pris- es were won by Mrs. Maurice Boysen, Bdward Radford, MM. Jerry Pieper, Stephen Suite, Mrs. Donald Kraft, Roger Miller. Mrs. Wallace Wobschall received the door prize. New officers ele'cted were: Henry Wulff, president; Edward Radford, secretary; Jerry Pieper, treasurer. Mrs. Enger Hostess to Symphony Assn. - Mrs. P. M. Enger, Elm Tree Road, entertained the Women's Association of the Austin Symphony, Friday. Mrs. J. J. Scallon poured as Mrt. Fred Rayman served a Christmas luncheon, After the busl ness session, there were Christmas selections sung by a trio, Mrs. Arthur Bus tad, Mrs. James Nesse and Mrs. Eugene Arens. JUST IN CASE SAN DIEGO, Calif. (*> -A sticker slogan for county automobiles, "Courtesy Cannot Cause Collision," won a set of car safety belts for Alfred Matifes, county employe, who proposed it. 3,000 Austin's Greatest Collection • BALSAM • SPRUCE • WHITE PINE • FLOCKED TREES (Choice of Colon) Beaniifnl TREES For School, Church, Store, Homo WREATHS Cbtck Us First Cathy Bouscein Honored at Shower A bridal shower honoring Miss Cathy Bouseein was held Thursday •t theAlethodiat Church parlors, Racine. The program Included a piano solo by Miss 'Audrey Jahsn, *o- eal selections by a quartet, group singing of Christmas carols and readings by Mrs. fieri Frank and Mrs. Ted Eppard. Miss Delia Kvall and Miss Barbara Bouscein assisted In opening gifts. Mrs. Arhold Stolzenberg poured as lunch was served. Miss Bouscein's marriage to James Kvall will take place Dee. 14, at Racine Methodist Church. LONG DISTANCE CAMPBELL RIVER, B. C. </n ~ The Royal Canadian Mounted Police shortwave radio here has been picking up South Carolina police calls loud and clear, due to unusual atmospheric conditions. Mrs. Carl Wuerffel and hur Albrecht entertained es aid at a luncheon mmanuel Lutheran Chore Ansgar. Devotions were led by Mrs. George Grouch and a Chrlatmaa irogram was presented by Mrs. Libya Ruehlow, Mrs. 0. J. 8ch- roeder and Mrs. Arthur Janow. s. Leon Titus and Mrs. Wayne Ruechel played a piano duet and carola were sung by the group, The next meeting will be Jan. AT SMITH'S 1 For Exptrt Pointing and Decorating • INTERIOR • EXTERIOR CAUL HEi-8363 or HI 3-5100 FOR FREE ESTIMATES TONY WIEL 206 S., Franklin Whin Birch logs For Tbf Plrtplact mmonuel Ladies Aid Sarah Circle Holds Meets for Luncheon Hgcfion of Officers Itrs. Barker Opodsell was elect- president of Sarah Circle, Grand •Lutheran Church, Thursday at the home of Mrs. A. jr, Leonhardi. Mrs. Raymond Sween is vice president; Mrs. William Christo- pheraon, secretary • treasurer; Mrs. Harvey Durhman, food chairman; Mrs. Ralph Kuhn, co-chairman; Mrs. Gerald Nelson, sunshine chairman. Members packed gifts for the Lutheran Memorial Home for the Aged at Twin Lakes, Minn. Mrs. AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD 7 Monday, Dee. 8, 1958 I Durhaman presented the program and Mrs. J. T. Keim led in scripture reading and prayer. Lunch was served by Mrs. Leonhardi, Mrs. Ralph Kuhn, Mrs. Elmer Skaran, Mrs*. Hartvick Aaby. Bring on a dish of mustard pickles next time you serve corned- beef sandwiches if you want to taste something good! Poach fresh pears; put a small scoop of vanilla ice cream in the cavity of each pear half; surround with chocolate sauce. Serve to guests 1 Play Santo to our •**. Favorite Nurse! Give her Clinics for* Christmas from SMITH'S Xnrses knoiti and prt/er Clinics! Genuine Goodyear welts. Sizes 3 Vt to 12,AAAAtoE, «Q95 O to Conductive lol. jt y |. and rip pit »ol» ilylct .lightly Mgh«r, '10 9! SMITH'S V* PRICE On All Jewelry Wld. Variety ef MINUTE WASH STERLING SHOPPING CENTER JANE'S Drapery & Gift Shop DINNER BELL CAFE OAKLAND AVENUE EAST OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL CHRISTMAS SPEAKING BEAUTY by Lillian & John Watkins One PerfccJ Gift Want a wonderful way to shorten your Christmas shopping? Give beauty to every lucky lady on your list! There is not a feminine name on it from grandchild to Grandma who wouldn't like to feel lovelier. Beauty is the perfect gift because it brings a woman a hid den gift ton That's Keif-confidence. It's not often you can wrap up such a precious commodity to put beneath a Christmas tree ... but Beauty does it! Happy Season, Happy She! Mother, for Instance. She always means to get to the beauty salon ... but she ends up spending money on family necessities! She'd be thrilled with a gift certificate for a professional permanent wave from our salon. Or a subtle new hair color to cover the grey strands she worries about! Then there's Grandma — still possessing feminine vanity . . . still loving the gift of looking lovelier. Think what a new hairdo would mean to her! We'd make her feel like a queen, when she comes in for her gift. Twinkle, Twinkle, Teen-Miss Daughter or neice to buy for? That teen-ager can learn a lifelong-lesson in beauty care at our salon — and oh, how she'll love that "pampered" feeling! Give her a certificate for a permanent (so she'll learn the beautiful difference in professional hair care), Treat her to a pretty hairdo or a gentle shaping. Or-thrill of thrills [-treat her to a color creme rinse gift certificate, so she'll have shiny- bright locks for her New Year's Eve date. The Littlest Beauty It's a wise Santa who sends little girls to the beauty salon! We love to give pretty new hair fashions and the world's gentlest permanent waves to the Younger Generation. Here, too, lies a beauty lesson bound to be remembered forever. Teach hw now to value hw looks . , . she'll love you for It, years later! • * Beauty Gifts: Star Attraction! B« an angel . . , give her i "little gift'* of beauty from out shop! It's flattering to your friend, your neighbor or shirttail relation , . . they all love feminine gifts. Gleaming bottles of shampoo in dreamy colors and creamy textures, tiny boutique glfta" for a lady'a purs* or person, pretty aeftsol half sprays for the vanity dresser. We're all dressed up for Christmas—and one trip to our salon can cut your gift list by * mil* I • * Beauty for Yours Truly Ever remember that Christmas is a "time for remembering"? Long after dinner's served and the gifts unwrapped, your loved ones remember how you looked on Christmas Day. Treat them to a relaxed and lovely yon. Treat yourself to • pre-Christmas pampering that's well-deserved after the Holiday rush! Make your beauty «p- pointment now, before we're ."booked solid" for these last- minute days. Or better still, pin this note to your husband's pillow: "Give me a beauty salon gift trip for Christmas from— Austin Beauty Shop, and you'll be just as pleased as II" Austin Beauty Shop "Southern Minnesota*! Leading Permanent' Wave Center" B.beoch Bldg. Austin FROM UNDER TUB DRYER: Try praising your husband even if it frightens him a little bit. * * • For Further Beauty Advlct CALL HE 3-5122 For the woman who llket to look as pretty at breakfast at she does for a dinner dat«l Make several ver sions or this wrap 'n' tie drew ir iwttern: Misses' Jumper and blouse Printed Pattern WIT: Women' Si/es 36, 38, 40, 42. 44. 46. 48. Size 3 takes 5 yards 35-Inch. Printed directions on each patten part. Easier, accurate. Send FIFTY CENTS In coins to: UUs pattern — add 10 cents lor eacl Pattern tor 1st - class mailing. Benc to Anne Adams, care of the Austlr Dally Herald, Pattern Dept., 243 Wes 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Prln plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. 'NEW...DUQARaY DEAIMLLE This fascinating new mood is you — when you weai Deauville, the deliciout Fiench-spiced bouquet that sparkles with laughter and ellurc '.It's yours in DuBarry'i beautifully packaged »erie« that includes everything from perfume to charming "se»- slu-lU" of si eute J soap. NrfuiM 5.0P* C*lo»«*ZOO> C«loga« Mill J-7S' Id* Pow4*r W0« •pfef lo* L. HUE'S Such a merry match! Our perfectly paired black velvets cast a very special holiday glow ... give you a very special glow whatver the occasion. These are the fashions designed for all your starlight and daylight hours ... all calculated to make his eyes light up at your every appearance. Our Lyons type velvet jacket scattered with red Christmas roses; our skirt a slim velvet streak. Velvet chemette and the same velvet skirt, teamed with a vividly printed Magicrepo blouse. Velvet separates, sizes 8 to 18 in black or brown. Magicrepe blouse, sizes 8 to 18 in turquoise or taupe. The skirt 10.98 The jacket 14.98. The chemette 8.98. The blouse 5.98 sportswear — main jloor just say "charge it please attend the A. A. U. W. Christmas Ball Monday, December 22 Terp Ballroom CHUCK HALL ORCHESTRA *•» v V ii WAN1 ADS . Pay for 4 Runs Get 6 SKETCHED FROM STOCK DOWNTOWN AUSTIN STORES OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 9 MONDAY THRU SATURDAY -USE YOUR AUSTIN - ALBERT LEA CREDIT

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