The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 9, 1958 · Page 6
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6 -AUSflM (Minn ) tec.. 9, I958 ; NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS TUESDAY AAUW WILL meet in the even- Ing «t the YWCA. ST. MONICA Unit will meet for • 6:30 potluck supper at the home of Mrs. Albert Wels, 601 Oarfield. MILITARY ORDER of Lndybugs will meet for a 6:30 potluck dinner and Christmas party at the VFW Hall. ROYAL ACRES Birthday Club will meet for a 8:30 Christmas dinner at the home of Mrs. A, L. Satterloff, Highway 16 West. ST. MARK Unit will meet In the evening with Mrs. Milo Mach, 1814 Bel Air. DAUGHTERS of the King will meet for dinner at the guild hall of Christ Epsicopal Church. MRS. JAYCEES will meet for • 7 o'clock dinner at Nelson's Hospitality Room. ST. GERARD Unit will meet In the evening with Mrs. Niels Christ ensen, 303 Harmon. TUESDAY PAST ORACLE Club will me? at the Dinner Bell for a 6:30 din ner and exchange of gifts. WEDNESDAY WOMEN'S MISSIONRY Society Church of Christ, will meet fo an all-day sewing session and noo potluck luncheon at the c h u r c parlors. DORCAS CIRCLE, Church o Christ, will meet in the mornin at the home of Mrs. Donald Wolfe 805 Marshall. MISSIONARY SOCIETY groups Grace Baptist Church, will mee as follows: GROUP 2 with Mrs. Lloyd Grav es, 509 S. Main, in the afternoon GROUP 3 with Miss Eleann Christiansen, 1612 Sun Valley, j jthe evening. GENERAL WSCS will meet i the afternoon at the church par lors. GOLDEN AGE Club will mee in the afternoon at the Moos Home for luncheons. Rollectric Only.shaver with rollers. Gets Hidden Beard other shavers miss, "Man Size" head, six diamond honed cutters. 32.50 10.00 Trade In rnncess is everything you'd want in a ladies' shaver. Does ill that razors and other electrics should. Gives "Beauty Cart Action" everytimel Your skin stays smooth and tender. See Princess TODAY! 17.50 ELAM'S JEWELRY 310 N. Main warmest way to go— ^•^Sb^ dashing wool scoot-about is quilt-lined Warm wool melton coat in smart 31" length, convertible hood collar. Quilted lining Is warm wool. Char or medium grey. 10 to 18. 1495 ST. PHH,OMENA Unit »iH meet for a hso desatrt luncheon at 4he home of Mrs. F. Nielsen, I20& N. Fourth. WOMEN'S MISSIONARY groups. First Baptist Church, will meet as follows: GROUP 1 with Mrs. John Weiland, 300 S. Greenwich. GROUP 2 at the church parlors. GROUP 3 with Mrs. Carl Shutt, 710 Johnson. ' GROUP 9 with Mrs. William Thompson, 1004 E. Bridge. GROUP 10 with Mrs. Howard Keller, 1402 W. College. ST. OLAF Guild circles will meet as follows: CIRCLE 4 with Mrs. H o w a r d Geyer, 911 N. Second, in the afternoon. CIRCLE 13 with Mrs. P. A. Lommen Sr., 309 Corbitt, 12:30 potluck luncheon. CIRCLE 25 in the ladies parlor of the church, 1 o'clock potluck luncheon. GRACE LUTHERAN Ladies Aid will meet in the evening for a Christmas party at the church parlor. QUEEN OF Peace Unit will meet in the evening with Mrs. Willard Wagner, 1003 Padden. VFW AUXILIARY will meet in the evening at the VFW Hall. EPISCOPAL PARISH Guild will meet in the evening at the guild hall, Christ Episcopal Church. WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN Guild will meet in the evening at the church parlors. ST. JOSEPH Unit will meet in the evening with Mrs. Robert Christopherson, Austin Acres. ST. ANN Unit will meet for a 6:30 potluck supper at the home of Mrs. William Nierengarten, 1203 N. Kenwood. WOMEN'S MISSIONARY Society groups, First Baptist Church, will meet hi the evening as follows: GROUP 4 with Mrs. C. M. Shoop, 103 N. Prospect. GROUP 5 with Mrs. Sylvester Schmidt, Austin Rt. 3. GROUP 6 with Mrs. Dennis Frederickson, Highway 218 South. GROUP 7 with Mrs. Harold Monkemeier, Austin Rt. 2. GROUP 8 with Miss Vivian Varco, 602 Euclid. AMERICAN LEGION Auxiliary will meet for a 6:30 potluck supper at the Legion Club. AUSTIN NURSES Club will meet in the evening at the dining room of St. Olaf Hospital. CHRIST THE King Unit will meet with Mrs. Francis Smith, 1305 Freeborn, in the evening. Christmas Party for St. Hilda Unit St. Hilda Unit held a Christmas party and gift exchange Monday evening at the home of Mrs. John Capp, who led recitation of the Rosary. Following the business session, cards were played with Mrs. Hugh V. Plunkett Jr., Mrs. Peter Kasel, Mrs. George Earl and Mrs. Duane Kolb winning prizes. Mrs. Kolb will be hostess in January. Mrs. Gene Rutledge Is Unit President Mrs. Gene Rutledge was elected president of St. Zita Unit Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wickoren, Austin Rt. 5. Other new officers are: Mrs. Vernon Gavin, vice president; Mrs. Dale Beckel, secretary; Mrs. Maurice Kroc, treasurer. Five hundred was played and prizes awarded Mrs. Louis Kroc, Mrs. Gavin, Mrs. Gerald Herman and Mrs. Robert Auer. Christmas gifts were exchanged. Mrs. James Brady, Austin Rt. 5, will entertain at the next meeting. HOLIDAY FILBERT TREATS — Christmas goodies are even better when they include crunchy filberts. These cookies are good examples. RECIPE ROUNDUP Crunchy Filberts Will Make Holiday Goodies Even Better By NANCY NAHNSEN *•—O**"' VB > *•»*• UUAVJ l^lllWl* 1 111 VI | Baking fancy cookies and mak- lemon juice, flour and mix well ing delicious candy for the holi- Chill dough until stiff. Shape into days are important activities these finger lengths. Jys ' Roll in chopped filberts. Bake on Tempting indeed, are these cook- ungreased cookie sheet 10 to 12 ies and candy made with Oregon minutes at 400 degrees. Makes 3 filberts, some of the crunchiest, to 4 dozen cookies. tastiest nuts that ever studded a cookie or candy roll. Filbert Lemon Logs 1 cup chopped Oregon filberts 1 cup shortening, half butter % cup brown sugar V4 tsp. salt 1 tsp. finely-grated lemon rind 1 tbs. lemon juice 2H cups sifted flour Cream shortening and sugar Shapely Sheath PRINTED PATTERN 4560 SIZES 12-20 40 By ANNE ADAMS With this thapely sheath In you wardrobe, you'll never have anothe "What-to-wear" worry I It's to smart new-looking Choose faille, wool jer sey, or four-season cotton. Tomor row's pattern: One-yard aprons, Printed Pattern 4560: Misses' Sizes 12, H, 1«, 18, 20; 40. Size 16 takes 2 3 ,i yards M-lnch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier accurate. Send FIFTY CENTS in coins fo this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for 1st - class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of the Austin Dally Herald, Pattern Dept., 243 Wes nth St., New York 11, N. T. Prln plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. feminine holiday topping elaborate beauty with practical ways Dashing Cavalier blouse is in dacron with cotton ... washes like a dream, keeps its fresh and feminine good looks. In crisp Christmas white. Sizes 32 to 38. 5 9S together. Add salt, lemon rind, Filbert Nugget Cookies Vt cup finely-chopped Oregon filberts H cup butter 1 cup sifted powdered sugar 1 egg IVi cups sifted flour V* tsp. salt V* tsp. vanilla Red jam Toasted Oregon filbert halves. Cream butter, sugar and egg together. Sift flour with salt and add to creamed mixture with finely-chopped filberts and vanilla. Chill dough until firm. Roll pieces of dough into balls. With finger tip, make depression in top of balls. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. While warm, fill hole with jam and top with filbert half. Makes 3V4 dozen cookies. Filbert Scotch Cookies 1 cup chopped Oregon filberts % cup shortening 1 cup brown sugar 1 egg ¥4 cup milk % tsp. vanilla 2Y4 cups sifted flour 1 tsp. soda % tsp. salt 1 cup flaked coconut % cup butterscotch chips. Chop filberts and set aside. Cream shortening, sugar and egg together until fluffy. Add milk and vanilla; mix well. Sift flour with soda and salt. Add to other ingredients and mix well. Fold in filberts, coconut and buttersctoch chips. Drop by tea- spoonsful onto greased cookie sheet. Bake at 400 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes. Makes 5& dozen cookies. Filbert Caramel Roll 1 cup toasted, sliced Oregon filberts V4 cup butter 3 cups powdered sugar % tsp. salt V4 tsp. rum flavoring 2 tbs. hot milk 1 cup brown sugar 2 tbs. butter ¥4 cup milk 1 tbs. corn syrup Vt cup toasted chopped Oregon filberts % Ib. package caramels (28 caramels) 1 to 2 tbs. water Cream together butter, powdered sugar, salt and rum flavoring. Stir in hot milk; beat until creamy and smooth. Combine brown sugar, butter, milk and corn syrup. Cook, stirring occasionally, until mixture reaches firm ball stage (248-250 degrees). Pour over first mixture, DELICIOUS CANDY ROLLS — You'll please all your holiday guests if you treat them to a filbert caramel rpll. Nuts are inside and outside the candy roll. beating until smooth and thick. Pour out on buttered platter. When set and easily handled, knead in the chopped filberts and form into two rolls. Chill. Heat caramels with water in top of double boiler. Spread caramel mixture on top side of roll. Press on sliced filberts. Turn roll over, spread with more caramel and sliced filberts. Repeat process for other roll. Chill; slice. Makes 2',i Ibs. candy. Mrs. Robert Shaw Entertains Unit Mrs. Robert Shaw, 108 S. Oak, was hostess to St. Margaret Unit Monday evening, assisted by Mrs. Harold Harris. Recitation of the Rosary was led by Mrs. Theodore Kolb. Cards were played and prizes awarded Mrs. Mary Sippel, Mrs. John Coleman, Mrs. Jack Fleming, Miss Shirley Kinney and Mrs. Joe Drew. Christmas gifts were exchanged. Lutheran Circle Sponsors Party Members of Naomi Circle, LeRoy Lutheran Church, held a Christmas party at the Good Samaritan Rest Home, Cresco, Iowa, Friday. Greetings from the unit were extended by Mrs. G. A. Halver and Mrs. Arthur Flikki read the Christmas Story. Mrs. Homer Bucknell sang one selection and the pastor of Mapleleaf Lutheran Church was the speaker. A picnic lunch was served and treats were distributed to residents of the home. Kos Clan Holds Christmas Party The Kos clan held its Christmas party Sunday at the Wooden Hall, near Myrtle. Seventy relatives were present for the turkey dinner served at noon with Mrs. James Kos, Mrs. Charles Kos and Frances, Mrs. Edward Kos and Mrs. Otto Daniels in charge. Gifts were exchanged and bunco played with prizes awarded the winners. Mrs. Daniels was in charge of the children's games and awarded prizes. Accordion sel ections by Michael Kos concluded the program. There were relatives from Austin, Medford, Owatonna, Claremont, Albert Lea and Myrtle. Religious Film Shown Lyle Club "The Bible on the Table," a film strip, was shown by the Rev. Gordon Rasmussen when the Gold Band Club, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lyle, met at the parish center Sunday. "Family Devotions was the program theme. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fossey were program chairmen and he led in devotions and prayer. It was voted to send a gift to Awad Ismir, Christian Arab student, who was a guest at the center in July and now a student at the University of North Dakota. A brother now serving his internship at Jerusalem and Bethlehem had previously been a student at Luther Theological Seminary, St Paul. Jordan The Mortuary A Siticttt Sirvtet Bridge at Greenwich Phon« HE 3-5727 NOItSi Mrs. Alfred Osheim, LeRoy, who' eeently underwent surgery at St. ilarys Hospital, Rochester, return-• •A home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fflrlinger, >fr. and Mrs. Andres Knudsen, >yle, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred kelson and Sharon, Austin, at- ended open house in Owatonna unday, honoring Mr. and Mrs. ilamoyne Jensen, Albert Lea. Laura Ann Mickelson, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mickelson, Mankato, was baptized Sun- ay at Oakland Lutheran Church y the Rev. 0. A. Rust. Mr. and Ars. Robert Evenson, Audrey Le- rled and Peder Legried were ponsors. Mrs. Agnes Legried en- ertained the following at dinner: Ir. and Mrs. Ben Legried, Irvin Legried, Mr. and Mrs. Erven 01- on, Milo Chaffee, EIroy and Jerme Kast, Barbara and Carol < < F-!\ fii'f'ii, t.nV.'iiu-' MW-1'rm, Mf, and Mrs. Warron Mirkelson. Christmas Program for Mothers Club Mrs. Reuben Strand and,Mrs. Arthur Stevens were flarfatorsilot the Christmas program presented for the St. 01 af Mothers Club, Monday evening at the church parlors. Mrs., Raymond Ondov led in prayer and there were sell""" by a quartet, Mrs. Edwat_ ele Jr., Mrs. Eugene Ames, Frank Summerside and Mrs. Conklin. The worship offering"praj er was by Mrs. Earl Sampson. .* Members voted to provide A ffod basket for a needy Austin fftnffly. The serving committee indtfBId Mrs. Lloyd Gaul, chalrman/iiirs, Edward Engen, Mrs. Bernard' H?!* le, Mrs. James Cherwlnka. Altogether, there are more than 5,000 individual paper products, Toilet Water Atomizer $1.3$ FOR ALL YOUR LITTLE CHRISTMAS BELLES... BUDDING BEAUTY! Trio (Toilet Water, Hand Lotion, Jjquid Bubble Bath) fl.OO Lipstick (?oma<!» viUi Mirror) 11.25 Clamourous cosmetics and delicious fragrances to make any young, young woman's eyes grow enormous with surprise and delight on Christmas morning. And look! You can get her a real dressing table line-up of them...just like mother's! Price* plus Ux Budding Beauty by TUSSY* WAtGRftN AGENCY Reglester for c FREE $100.00 U. S. SAVINGS BONO to be Given Away Every Day at Sterling. BUDGET PRICED RUBBER FOOTWEAR rut (for the entire family) SNO-BOOT SPECIAL • Frosty Fur Cufft. • Nylon PiU Lining. • Extra Narrow Widths. • Spring Heel. • Waterproof. $«99 MILK . . . MEN'S ZIPPER O'SHOES For Dress or Work Easy On and Off and so-so warm • Red* Brown • White UP Others at $2.98 >****»: LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S the delicious sparkle of | every meal ... for! everyone. "Look toi tht Uak Ltd* Red Ball • Thermo Insulated • Easy On and Off • Washable $195 3 Others from $2.50 HI 7-2226 or Hi 3-2487 Many Other Styles and Patterns to Choose From! OVER 1,300 PAIR - IN STOCK We MUST Reduce This OVERSTOCK!

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