The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 9, 1958 · Page 8
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 8

Austin, Minnesota
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Tuesday, December 9, 1958
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Traditional Winding Floral Club Party The winding of a wreath for the of OES Chapter Christmas was observed in an impressive candlelighting cere- 8 Al/STfM fMinn i Tue«day, Dec. 9. 1958 All-Important Item In Holiday Plans Is Plenty of Rest By ALICIA HART Your plans for the holidays should Include one all-important item: plenty of rest. _ ^ It may sound impossible, whatlnean in 1930. Each member added j readings were given by Mrs. Wal- with everything there is to be!a sprig of evergrern for herself ter Hsss - Mrs - E - S ' Wilcox and done, but it is not. Naps can be I and one for an absent or depart Mrc ArfKl " ™>—" Members Pnrfirinofe ; nfrtu * h <'*-^*. •>»••* *?<*(* »^ in Yule Observe nee |when members of the AremC Ctat> will be special guests. j iic wiiiuiiijri; \n ti wi t?titu iur me — r -"-• - *• ».M..«m»_.. 0 ..v... n •*•*.«*, public library highlighted the i mon y Monday evening when Unity Christmas party'of the Floral Club! cha P ter 2!) - Orclcr of Eastern Star, Monday afternoon at the YWCA. i mct at the Masonic Hall. This has been a tradition of the I All members and officers parti- club for 33 years. i cipated in the ceremony and music Mrs. John H. Fitzgerald. who! was P r °vided hy Mrs. Purl Enger, presided at the winding, read a : accompanied by Mrs. Clyde Seiv- | poem written hy Mrs. F. E. Daig- '> er< organist. All officers spoke and sandwiched in between rounds of shopping, polishing silver, addressing cards, wrapping gifts and ironing the holiday linens. They not only can, they must! be worked in if you are to arrive at the big day feeling ready to enjoy it yourself. For Christmas Js for you, too, as well as other members of the family. This is true even though the burden of the preparation is necessarily yours. And, if you can, work in an extra 20 minutes for a scalp massage when you go to have your hair done. Wonderful for shining, healthy hair and very relaxing into the bargain. Try to apportion your tasks in such a manner that you don't have most of them still to handle the week before Christmas. The way in which you apply your make-up has a lot to do with its staying power. If you put it on in slapdash fashion, it will wear off quickly, leaving you looking pale and wan. But powder which is fluffed on with a swansdown puff, rouge which is buffed down with a cleansing tissue to blend it and lipstick which is allowed to set for 20 minutes, then blotted, will stay and stay. It's a good idea to powder your eyebrows, too, after penciling them on, since it takes away that artificial look. When you renew your makeup at noon or before dinner, do it just as carefully. Always remove the old lipstick and powder before you apply fresh. This is an absolute rule if you want clear, beautiful, unblemished skin. A hot bath, to which you add scented oil or a handful of bath salts, is a sure cure for kinked- up nerves at the end of a long, bard day. Relax in it; don't just leap in, splash, and leap out. Let the water work its wonders for you. And then off to bed and a deep, pleasant sleep. The shower will get you clean quickly in the morning when you're pressed for time. But a bath is for a feeling of well-being and luxury. Drain heated canned asparagus tmd serve with melted butter and ^ated. Parmesan or Romano chese with poached eggs or but I toast. ed member. Mrs. Charles Stem read Legend of Mistletoe" and Mrs ' Art hur Gibson. At the business session. Mrs. Or- T h c fin Bowlby reported on a recent T h e visit to Grand Meadow and a Three Chests" was presented by Christmas greeting from the Mrs. Willard Hardy, Mrs. Kenneth worthy grand matron, Mrs. Jean Rosenthal, Mrs. Elmore Greening Larson, was read. Substituting and Miss Ann Elizabeth Taylor officers were Mrs. Clyde Fischer with Mrs. Gladys Emerson at the and Mrs. Raymond Wilson, organ. Two selections were sung by The worthy matron announced a double trio, Mrs. Leighton Rick- that the next meeting will be Dec ert, Mrs. Donald Siverson, Mrs. 22. Miss Rachel Anderson will Jean Burton, Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. show pictures of a recent trip Frank Summerside and Mrs. Eu- accompanied by Mrs George Wood and Mrs. Fred L. Rayman Sr. and tea hostesses were P. D. Beaulieu. Mrs. Greening, historian, review ed a paper given 10 years ago by Mrs. Lester Hill, Mrs. Donald Hor- Mrs. John H. Skinner, describing mel, Mrs. H. W. Hurlbut Mrs Christmas in foreign lands and C. C. Leek, Mrs. Thomas McFar- her own childhood Christmases at lane, Mrs. Walter Nordin Sr Mrs Evergreen Farm. Frederick Rayman Jr., Mrs. Hel^ A gift of $10 to the library in en Baird Vance, Miss Mabel 01- the name of the Floral Club was son. Miss Taylor and Miss Ethel acknowledged by Mrs. P. M, Enger for use in the children's room. Mrs. Harold Umhoefer reported on the fall council meeting of t h e Federated Women's Clubs in Minneapolis. Hostesses at the door were Mrs. New-Year-News PRINTED PATTERN 1 / 2 PRICE )n a Wid* Variety of JEWELRY and GIFTS JANE'S 1 Drapery & Gift Shop 114 N. M«in Austin T SMITH'S By ANNE ADAMS ' Perfect for "under-coat" w«ar now, smart by itself when spring arrives! Note V-shaped yoke front and back, staud-up collar, figure - flattering skirt. Easy-sew in stripes, solids. Tomorrow's pattern: A half-slzer! Printed Pattern 4617: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16. 18. 20; 40. Size 16 takes 4 1/8 yards 45-Inch. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send FIFTY CENTS In coins lor this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of Austin Herald Pattern Dept.. 2-13 West 17th St., New York ll, N.Y. Print plainly NAME, Mrs. Emerson, Mrs. C. F. Cook, Wold. Mrs. McFarlane and Mrs. Cook poured. Miss Charleen and Robert Healn • < * Wed at Spring Mr. and Mrs. Clark Spring Valley, announce tile mgf- riage of their daughter, ChtfleetJ, to Robert Healy, son of Mjf. Mrs. Thomas Healy, Spring'- ley. The wedding tcok place NOV. W, at St. Ignatius Church, Spring Valley. Attending the couple were Mrs. Donald Fenstermacher, Mrs. Richard Patten, Mrs. Lawrence Patten, Richard Healy, Thomas Mengis and Richard Patten. Theresa Patten was flower girl. Mr. and Mrs. Healy will make their home in Spring Valley. The bride returned from Norway In July. She has been employed by the Norwegian government the past three years. .*VV*-«w-WlL -*^V^. Frozen sliced strawberries and canned crushed pineapple may be used to make a delectable conserve. Small fry delight: mashed potatoes spooned into an individual baking dish with a center "nest" which Mrs. Joe Fink gav« a reac of cooked drained green pea*, ing and gifts were exchanged. Th |w« m*»tin* Will b* f>b. !», «l Mn»j Quick Inppfn* fa .ipsflJiMti •( To "blnnoh" a fcrxl, flip It In I Flor^nr* b»)| ihome of Mfs. Floyd Lehman, Lyleituna fish «ddH to a meatless to- boiling water and then plunge it'open the first YWCA hotel Township. I ma to sauce. . into cold water. 1855. Hom£ Coi/nSelorS I"" 1 m<k * t '"* willb* f>b <>, «l M»»j Quick l/»ppfr>«r fa *pai?Ji#tti.| To "blnnoh" a fcrxl, flip It In Meet for Luncheon, Christmas Party A Christmas party was held by jg thr Mower Count.v Extension Horn- " Counselors Monday nt the Olt Mill. At the morning business session Miss Carol Pinney, home agent distributed booklets and explained plans for the new year. Ther will be an open meeting for the lesson, "Social Security," and coun selors were informed of two ex tra Wssons. Mrs. Roy Dunning president, appointed to the by-law committee, Mrs. Claude Sayles Austin, chairman, Mrs. Lester Van Vleet, Red Rock Township, am Mrs. c, W. Taylor, Sergeant. Achievement Day in April wa discussed with Mrs. August Rein artz, Adams, and Mrs. Ralph Turn er, Grand Meadow, in charge of securing the place. A meeting fo group chairmen was set for Jan 29, at Llebenstein Hall. Mrs. Van Vleet and Mrs. Sayles will be i charge of refreshments with coun selors to provide cookies. Miss Pinney reported on work th past year and announced a distric leadership conference at Rochest er, Feb. 13. Mrs. Burton Ingva son, Blooming Prairie, was a guest Dinner was served at noon afte AT * :: ^ ) * K!: '^ > ^ : ^ JUST ARRIVED! V Large Selection TABLE AND DRESSER LAMPS i Many Styles to Choose From. Milk Glass, Brass Hand Decorated Won't they be proud! Such smart new colors and style*! And Mom, you'll be delighted with Lazy-Bones' quality construction—their fine, soft leathers, wonderful fit, genuine Goodyear •welts and flexible shanks! ices >-8, J5.V5 8W-I2. $6.95 |2^^J. $7.95 larger sizes, $7.95 and SMITH SHOE CO. Open Nightt Until Christmas Effanbee DOLLS for CHRISTMAS "FLUFFY" The lovable imp. Tillable head and moveable limbs. $2^8 "PATRICIA" Durable washable Doll. All vinyl doll with Satin Smooth Skin. $298 "THE MOST HAPPY FAMILY" Mother, baby sister and brother. Rooted hair. ONLY $1598 FREE GIFT WRAPPING "You'll Like the Friendly Servict at Wallace'*" '» i.. /•* V . AT WALLACE'S PRINCESS GARDNER Golden medallion detiga embotted om Florentine Cowhide. Popular colon. A. T*he "ContinenuT French PUTM . . . |5.95f The Cigarette Cas« ........ »3.95 $2.95 OTHH MATCMM0 NICft, KiyGard ............. «2.95f Cigarette Lighter ........... $2.50 Made to GO together... GIVE together... USE together FREE GIFT WRAPPING "You'll Like The Briefly Service at Wallace' t In glamorous §tfts by PRINCESS aVRDNER star brite matched accessories Golden motif enhanced with brilliant!.., on Galina Luitre Cowhide. i A. The "Continental" FRENCH PUBSE ..... $5.00 i. The CIGARETTE LIGHTER ........ $2.50 e. The CIGARETTE CASE ... ...... $3.95 i. The NEW Snap KEY CARD ..... $2.95 & The EYE GLASS CASE .......... $2.95 Made to GO together... GIVE together... USE together FREE GIFT WRAPPING "You'll Like The Frietidly Service at Wallace'?* ] ' - • "THE CHRISTMAS STORE" ::^:atKyre;>»c>3«K>»;->aK^ MMB MB • M ^» ^*. •HBBB.a^. - - ' - i __ _u__ ..___.-•- _ AT WALLACE'S 'THE CHRISTMAS STORE" o«K>»:7<»:j«K; the new Pendl&ton 49'er has the 1959 look! ! A r\ m M jjj II N It fi t i * I Pendletotf Sportswear ew look and spirited freshness that'a in everything Pendleton this year mark the Pendleton 49'er jacket a wardrobe "must." Look for the new soft, natural shoylder line and classic detailing true-to-tradition. Look, »nd look again, at new patterns and new w>lid« ,.. vibrant colors and muted ones ... textures and flannels ... 61 in all. Shown: Berkeley Square 49'er, 10-20, $17.95, with Pendleton Slim Jim menswear flannel skirt, 10-20, $14.95, and Pendleton classic short-sleeved slipon, 34.-42, $7.95. t FREE GIFT WRAPPING "You'll Like The friendly Service ^_ot Wallace's" "THI CHRISTMAS STORE" | '**^^wwj*tmum(&mem."memew

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