The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 10, 1958 · Page 6
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 6

Austin, Minnesota
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Wednesday, December 10, 1958
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(Minn.) HERAID Wednesday, Dec. 10, 'S3 n _ A T ^ . __"*«rV»*»»»Mi—r»^^_ -i in ._nfc_i. MEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS WEDNESDAY MtSHONAfiY SOCIETY groups. Once Baptist Church, will meet M follows: GROUP 9 with Miss Eleanor Christiansen, 1612 Sun Valley, in the evening. GRACE LUTHERAN Ladies Aid Will meet hi 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 Halt EPISCOPAL PARISH Guild will meet In the evening at the guild ball, Christ Episcopal Church. WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN Guild will meet in the evening •t the church parlors. ST. JOSEPH Unit will meet In the evening with Mrs. Robert Cbrlstopherson, Austin Acres. ST. ANN Unit will meet for a 6:30 potluck supper at the home of Mrs. William Nierengarten, 1203 N. Kenwood. WEDNESDAY WOMEN'S MISSIONARY Society groups, First Baptist Church, will meet in 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 wil meet with Mrs. Francis Smith 1305 Freeborn, in the evening. THURSDAY WILLING WORKERS will meet in the afternoon at St. Olaf Lutheran Church parlors. WCOF WILL meet in the KC Hall for a 6:30 family picnic supper and Christmas party. THURSDAY WOODMAN AUXILIARY will meet for « i o'clock luncheon and Christmas' party at th* home of Mrs, Philip Ward, 608 Johnson. ST. OLAF Circle 3 will meet in the afternoon with Mrs. Wil bur Heimsness, 1109 N. Kenwood. ST. OLAF Circle 9 will meet with Mrs. Donald Schiltz, 607 Page. STACYVILLE AMERICAN Legion Auxliary will hold a Christmas party and potluck supper at the Stacyville Legion Hall. WOMEN OF Moose will meet in the evening at the Moose Home. ST. OLAF Guild circles will meet in the evening as follows: CIRCLE 7 at the third floor reception room of the church. CIRCLE 16 in the ladies par- tor of the church. CIRCLE 22 with Mrs. Burton Anderson, 301 Sutton Place. ST. ETHELREDA Unit will meet for a 7:30 dessert at the home of Mrs. Paul Heimerman, 1104 W. Wlnona. , ST. ELIZABETH Unit will meet with Miss Florence Schuler, 405 N. Kenwood, for a 6:30 potluck i supper and Christmas party. PIPEFITTERS AUXILIARY will meet in the evening for a Christmas party at the community room of Sterling State Bank. shirts—sure-fire fashion now appearing in early-bird cottons Your best fashion bet for the coming teason-the shirt, printed or plain, buttoned up or buttoned down and with a wide, wide skirt for a complete!/ feminine look! See our early-bird cotton collection, now in juniors' and misses' sizes. 1495 The fun, fun itory te achieved with on* of our tiered nylon net bouffant*, smalt, medium/ large* Attend the A.A.U.W. Christmas Ball Monday, December 22 Tt * Ballroom CHUCK HALL ORCHESTRA THURSDAY ST. BLANDINA Unit will meet n the evening with Mrs.,,James McDermott, 606 Lyndale. DELTA KAPPA Gamma will meet at the YWCA. CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S Fellowship will meet in the evening at Sterling Christian Church. ST. THERESA Unit will meet in the evening with Mrs. Joe Kite- man, 1412 Baldwin. ST. VERONICA Unit will meet In the evening with Mrs. Warren Plunkett, 301 Southwood. HAPPY THOUGHT Club will meet for a 12:30 potluck luncheon at the Walter Sayles home, Austin Rt. 2. 2 New Members Join St. Ann Unit Mrs. Robert Bottema and Mrs. lobert Halligan were welcomed as new members of St. Ann Unit Monday at Rose Creek. Mrs. Willam Cress Sr. and Mrs. Ernest Fink were hostesses at the Cress lome. Following prayer by Mrs. Ger- lart Werner, plans were made for a party, Jan. 4. Five hundred was played and prizes awarded Mrs. Bernard Schammel, Mrs. Bottema, Mrs. Werner. Mrs: Nicholas Meyer and Mrs. Jacob Majerus won travel arizes and Mrs. James Cawley and Mrs. Elizabeth Landherr, door prize. Secretaries Elect Mrs. Dale Rolfson Mrs. Dale Rolfson heads the slate of officer* of the Austin Educational Secretary's Assn. «lecl- ed Tuesday evening. Members met at the Sterling State Bank community room. Other officers are: Mrs. Arthur Meyer, vice president; Mrs. Victor Sasse, secretary-treasurer. The Christmas party included a contribution to the Austin Association for Mentally Retarded Children. Mrs. Rolfson conducted games and door prizes were awarded Miss Ruth Underdahl, Mrs. Oliver Herrick and Mrs. William Milbrath. Mrs. Kenneth Warfield led t h e singing of Christmas carols. COLORFUL COOKIES — Christmas cookies should be pretty as well as delicious. NEW FROM dinnerware Fostorla Melamine. By the makers of famous Fostoria crystal, this exciting dinnerware gives you the beauty of Fostoria Fashion Flair styling plus complete practicality. Guaranteed against breakage for a Full yearl You'll use new FostorFa Melamine with your crystal and sterling, for Holiday entertaining at well as every day — it's that beautiful! And it's one of the smartest purchases you can make anytime. Holiday Season Means It's Time to Bake Cookies By NANCY NAHNSEN Holiday time is cookie time. Frost them, fill them, gaily decorate them any way you choose, but your family will expect cookies to be available at almost any time between now and Christmas. Perhaps you like to make a variety of cookies, or for an easier baking day, make them of one wonderful recipe, cut them in many shapes and trim them with all colors. These recipes will give you a start in the right direction. Santa's Vanilla Cookies % cup butter % cup sugar 2 tsp. pure vanilla extract 1 egg 1 tbs. milk 2 cups all-purpose flour, sift before measuring 1 tsp. baking powder Cream butter, add sugar slowly and cream until light and fluffy. Add vanilla, egg and milk and beat hard. Sift flour and baking powder together. Add to creamed mixture and mix thoroughly. Roll out on a floured cloth or board. Cut with Christmas or assorted cutters or cut around cardboard patterns with a sharp knife. Bake on a greased cookie sheet in a 425-degree oven 5 to 6 minutes. Makes 3 dozen average-size cookies. Decorate with colored sugar and a sugar frosting made by mixing 1 cup powdered sugar with 2 tbs. water, H tsp. vanilla. Use a pastry tube for some of the decorating. Mrs. W. E. Newman, Austin, sent us this recipe she'd like to share with you. Walnut Balls Mix 2 cups vanilla wafer crumbs, cup sugar, 54 tsp. salt % tsp. cinnamon,, % cup chopped maraschino cherries, 1 cup chopped walnuts. Add 1 tsp. lemon juice, % cup sweetened condensed milk. Form in balls, roll in sugar and trim. DO NOT BAKE. Miss Elois Turner • and Robert Tienken Set Wedding Date Mrs. Esther Turner, Mclntire, Iowa, announces the engagement of her daughter, Elols Esther, to Robert Lee Tienken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Tienken, Riceville. The wedding will take place at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 24, at Wayne Baptist Church. Rose Creek Club at Meany Home The Rose Creek Bridge Club was entertained Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Gerald Meany, Rose Creek. Cards were played at three tables with prizes awarded Mrs. Nicholas Deneen, Mrs. John Thill Sr., Mrs. John L. Felton. The next meeting will be Jan. 13, with Mrs. Jacob Majerus. Audrey Carlson, Myles B. Asper Exchange Vows Miss Audrey Carlsofl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Carlson, 309 Harmon, became the bride of M.yles B. Asper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Asper, 708 N. Kenwood, Saturday evening. The Rev. James Braaten performed the double-ring ceremony at 7 p.m. in the Richard Westby Memorial Chapel of St. Olaf Lutheran Church. A ballerina-length gown of white poie de sole with a scalloped neckline trimmed with pearls and sequins and a harem skirt was worn by the bride. A crown of pearls held her fingertip veil and she carried a bouquet of American Beauty roses and white feathered carnations. Mrs. Gilbert Heimerman was matron of honor wearing a pink crystalette gown with a ballerina- length skirt and scoop neckline. She wore a pink feathered hat and pearl barcelet, a gift from the bride, and carried a bouquet of pink and white feathered car nations. Merle Asper, brother of the groom, was bestman and ushers were Dale Peterson and Paul Ir vin. Mrs. Carlson was attired in a turquoise sheath dress and the groom's mother wore a lilac sheath dress. Their corsages were of pink roses. A reception for 100 guests was held in the Alma Murray reception room of the church. Miss Joyce Walton poured as Mrs. Paul Irvin and Mrs. Clarence Merten cut the wedding cake. Those who served were Mrs. Delbert Lingbeck, Miss Beverly Thorson, Miss Vera Lee. Mrs. Eugene Hoist was in THE WOOLEN SHOPPE 509 N. Main HE 7-1103 Fox Hotel Bldg. SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY COUNTRY GARDEN 5-P«. Piece Settli* 7.95 S-M. Starter Set .... • 9.95 ilUE MEADOW 5-Pe. Piece Setting Of 75 16-pe. Starter Set , ... 21i95 GOLDEN TWILIGHT 5-P«. Mace Settii* Oi75 6-pe. StorHr Set . . 2li95 Merritt's Chin t Qlass Shop Klf PAIKINO taring Shopping Center Mr. and Mrs. Millis Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Millis, Mona, Iowa, will observe their silver wedding anniversary Sunday. Open house will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Methodist Church, St. Ansgar. Hostesses will be their daughters, Miss Shirley Millis and Mrs. C. C. Hansen. Past Noble Grands Meet for Dinner Spring Valley Rebekah Lodge past noble grands held their first annual dinner Monday at the IOOF Hall, Spring Valley. Mrs. Freida Vance, noble grand, was a guest. As toastmistress, Mrs. Lambert Quackenbush introduced Mrs, Louis Kempel and Mrs. Vance, who read Christmas stories. Gifts were exchanged. Mrs. Frank Persons and Mrs. Earl Bertalott were dinner chairmen and decorations were by Mrs. Frank Clouse. 'Stranger Danger' Film Shown PTA Robert Baumgart, Austiq Police Department juvenile officer, and Robert Nelson, detective, narrat ed the film, "Stranger Danger, 1 at the Queen of Angels PTA meeting Tuesday evening. Members met at Queen's Hall. Sister M. Margurite, P a c e 11 i High School librarian, gave the topic, "Explore With Books." Speakers were introduced by Wayne Mason, president. During the business session, it was voted to contribute $5 to the Polio Benefit Association. Robeit Simon explained the Boy Scout program in the school. Room count prizes were won by Sister M. Inez, Sister M. Etlvsl and Sister Mary Ann. Lynn De Reiner was awarded the door prize. Refreshments were served by the third and fourth grade mothers. SPORT SHIRTS Men's Finest Quality 100% Virgin Wool Sizes S-M-L-XL. Reg. lo $13.95 SUBURBAN COATS Sizes 36-46. Reg. to $39.95 .... TOPPERS One Group Misses', All Wool, Size* 10-20. Reg. to $17.95 LADIES SKIRTS 100% Virgin Wool, lined Seats. Sizes 10-20 $7.00 $29.95 $8.50 $5.00 charge of th<* gufst book and Mr*. Dale Peterson and Miss Beverly Nordland, the gift table. Mr. and Mrs. Asper are gard- uates ot Austin High School. They will make their home at 101% W. Allegheny RUMMAGE SALE Clothing for entire family. Lady'i ice skates, siz« 10. Roller skttas. Shuffle board set. Lamps and furniture. Wednesday through Saturday, 1711 Oakridge Drive. Adf. ft by b &e rfeepytime gat? envied JtesJass? fashfoiwhtz feent <M» •torn? Our extravagant-look slippers Include M-wedae (wtfv fun, travel curl-upt, stardusted velvet*, foam-cushioned*, brocade, sail* tatlbtr, corduroy, .14 Christmas? celortl * slippers main floor pamper your angel with pretties from fantles! % PRICE On a Wide Variety of JEWELRY and GIFTS JANE'S Dr«pery ft Gift Shop 114 N. Mai* Auitin perfect choice for her Christmas Stocking! stocking perfect that's by Van Raalte From Van Raalte comes the greatest gift to all women! The PERFECT stocking . . , mere mist of nylon that's actually twice as long wearing as, other sheers! Van Raafte's own special stitch gives them controlled stretchability with flawless fit. She'll love their sheer femininity, the wonderful security of knowing they wear so well. A. A. U. W. Christmas Ball Mon. Dec. 22 At The Terp Hosiery Main Vhor Van Raalte Double* ... all occasion sheers with double the wear. $1.35 Van*iaalte Nines . . . tor deluxe occasions, wear as though they had nine lives. $1.65 Van Raaltt Flgxtop . . . means dress sheer or daytime sheers . . . Means above the knee comfort tor the oiH with the om- plt thigh. (I.(I

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