The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 10, 1958 · Page 8
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8 AUSTIN (Minn-) HERALD Wedneidoy, Dee. 10, '58 Christmas Dinner for Mrs. Jaycees A Christmas dinner party was held by the Mrs. Jaycees Tuesday evening »t Nelson's Hospitality Room. Mrs. Ernest Larson. Mrs, .Tames McMtirtry and Mrs. Dale Loreiw were cliulrmen. At the brief session, chairmen for the Breakfast in Austin were announced. Mrs. Roger Saman is general chairman, assisted by Mrs. Larson: Mrs. Fred Krnft, food; Mrs. Thomas Grebin. tickets; Mrs. Harold Collins. Mrs. Robert Rohwedder, decorations: Mrs. Leon Robbins, program: Mrs. David Owen, Mrs. Kenneth Soderberg. publicity; Mrs. Frank r.erlach Jr., Mrs. McMurtry, prizes. Mrs. Lorenz was elected corresponding secretary. Membership orientation was conducted by Mrs. Owen, who introduced members received the past three months; two new members, Mrs. Delbert Charlson and Mrs. Robert Leighton, and guests. Mrs. Kdward Uhlis. Mrs. OrviPe Wiest and Mrs. William Perry. Christmas games were played and prizes awarded Mrs. James Clasen, Mrs. Ovren. Mrs. \V. E. Buechner, Mrs. Gerlach. Mrs. Morris Anderson. Carols were sung by the group. Carl Brill, community ambassador, will speak at the next meeting. 'McDonfefs Will Hold Open House Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McDaniel, Riccville, will co!el>r;ite their silver wedding annivprsnn Sunday. Open house will be held frnm 2 to ."> p.m. at their farm home. 'Matters Celebrate 45th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Matter celebrated their 4;>th wedding anniversary Sunday at their home in Lyle. Their children were hosts and hostesses. Mrs. Robert Fox. Kansas City. Mo., poured as lunch j was served from a table centered | with an anniversary cake. The! honored couple received telephone calls from Donald Matter, Lorn-; poc, Calif., and Henry Matter Jr.. Chicago. There were guests from Austin.; Waltham and Lansing. Good luncheon salad: arrange mounds of cream s t y I e cot- tabe cheese on crisp greens; stud cheese with seedless green grapes and surround with orange sections. Institutions of religious orders were known to the ancient Egy-j ptinns and to the .Tews before the! Christian Era. ; Wardrobe-Doubler PRINTED PATTERN For Half-Sizers Sf - Mark Unit PRINTED PATTERN 4813 Holds Holiday Party Twenty members of St. M a t k Unit exchanged gifts at a Christ- •nas party Tuesday r-eninj: w>tb •Irs. MHn Marh. IHU. Pel Ah. ; iostess. Mrs. Norman Hridley Jr. assisted. Music and Readings Presented for AAUW Ration of the Rosary and during the social hour, prizes were won by Mrs. Donald Pesch. Mrs. Johrison and Mrs. Jerome Driscoll. The January meeting will be! p - Madura. Mrs. Chester Hylland. held with Mrs. Albert Schane, 1402 . , MrSi John Holme s and Miss Jean N. Elm Tree. Mrs. Bernard Hele- Miller ' Mrs - peter Lommen Jr. brant assisting. St Monica Unit Program of Christmas \ Uprise Party for Miss Salisbury Miss Catherine Salisbury was honored at a surprise birthday jarty Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Slindee, Lyle. Bunco was played at five tables with prize winners including Miss Berneda Larson, Donald Salisbury, the guest of honor, Ronald Slin- dee and Miss Dorothy Lukes. Guests came from London, Oakland, Myrtle and Lyle. Tlicre was a festive air of Christmas about the AAUW meeting Tuesday night at the YWCA Mrs. DuWayue Johnson led rec as Mrs. J. L. Shugart and the arts group presented the program. Christmas carols from several countries were played by a string quartet composed of Mrs. John jread the Christmas gospel and | Mrs. Wilbur Punk's triple trio sang "Sing Ye Glory," "On Christmas Night" and "Bring a Torch." Holds Holiday Party ;The last number was augmented 7 j by two flutists. Kay Hardy and A potluck supper and Christmas Joan Fogdall, and a cellist, Gail party were held by St. Monica Unit Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Albert We.is, Bill Garfield. Gifts were exchanged. Wangen. Anette Peterson accompanied the group, composed of Barbara Berven, Jan Kiewatt. Jan- jice Keller, Mary Thompson. Lynn Cards were played and prizes Dennison, Carol Nelson, Barbara awarded Mrs. Frank Beckel, Mrs. Finbraaten, Joy Carll and Carol Myrtle Meyer, Mrs. Charles Hold- Downing. grafer, Miss Carol Krueger, Mrs. Miss Ann Levorson read "Why Edward A r e n s, Mrs. Frank Sve- t"e Chimes Rang" and Mrs. jkovsky. i .James Ness, accompanied by Mrs. At the brief business session, of-; Eugene Are " s . sang two selec- , the de>Iieio«« bouquet tint witfc hraghtor and DuBury'* packaged •erie* A«t incfadea everything from perfume k» charming "se«•WJ.' of seeatod *MP (1 coa«) n.v ANNK ADAMS Tlic pcrfoc.. apron — perfect lit for fleers were elected. Mrs. Reuben Schubert is president; Mrs. Meyer, vice president; Mrs. Kenneth Rolfson, secretary-treasurer. Zonta Club Meets for Dinner Party with its pretty neckline, hnmiy poc-! D J' the Zonta Club Tuesday even- To "' orrow " s P" ttern: chtws! i n g a t King's Wood Hotel. Dinner was served to 17 mem- mentally retarded children of Austin. The speaker was Miss Hazel Soltaug, Minneapolis, Zonta area Printed Pattern 4813: Half H'.j, 16',i, !8'i. ZO'.i. 22'.j, 24'.j. Size! 16Vi takes 2 yards 33-Inch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send Thirty - five cents In coins for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for l«t - class mailing Send to Anne Adams, care of the, „, Austin Dally Herald. Pattern Dept.,1 Ji-.. of _, J43 West 17th St., New York 11, NY. director. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. _ Try a dash of garlic powder in Spread large pecans with a lit-'y° ur next batch of egg salad. Dif- tle seasoned cream cheese; top ferent, but good, with a matching nut. Refrigerate | for a while and when serve as a' Sllced avocado ?*** and grape- company snack. ; fruit sections make a wonderful A wonderful first course before spaghetti is antipasto: celery j hearts, whole drained canned pi- j mento, black and green olives, thin (slices of Italina-type salami, canned green chili peppers, radishes.! Celery stuffed with cream cheese or peanut butter makes a wonderful snack. For weight watchers, salad, when served on a bed of crisp romaine and flavored with a tangy French dressing. Asparagus production a-mounted tions. She also led the group in the singing of carols. Mrs. J. M. Pugh and Mrs. Ger- jto Barrett were co-chairmen of the tea committee. They were assisted by Mrs. Harold Stupka, ;Miss Delores Strupp, Miss Rach- jel Anderson. Mrs. William Sucha, I Miss Sylvia Hanson, Mrs. Roland Young,, Mrs. Frederic Dean, Mrs. Norman' Miller, Mrs. Harold E. Paulus, Mrs. Raymond Asp. Mrs. Jay Daane, Mis Marilyn Hanson, Mrs. Walter Lembcke, Miss Orpha Nesseth. Mrs. Merril Rolfson announced that Mrs. Hugo Kuechenmeister will be in charge of decorations at the Christmas Ball, Dec. 22. She will be assisted by Mrs. H. P. VanCleve, Mrs. R. Norman Miller, Mrs. Mansur Taufic. Miss Thena Sorkil announced that the Junior League of Minneapolis will present "The Reluctant Dragon" at Austin High School auditorium, Jan. 10. This is the play that the league gave for Minneapolis children in November. Mrs. Ernest Jouls will head the Mrs. Ellsworth Is Unit President Mrs. Howard Ellsworth was elected president of St. Gerard Unit Wednesday evening. Mrs. Niels Christlanson. 303 Harmon was hostess. Other new officers arc: Mrs. Lyman Halli;-nri. vice president; Mrs. Joe Dieser, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Fred Koikes, study club leader. Five hundred was played and prizes awarded Mrs. Raymond Winkels and Mrs. Duane Bartholmey. Christmas gifts were exchanged. PERSONAL NOTES Mrs. Helen Lodahl, 1613 W. Grove, is now at home after being hospitalized last week for a fractured ankle. She %as injured in a fall at her home. I Mrs. Frank Kilgore, 518 S. St jPatil, underwent surgery Tuesday 'at San Bernadino, Calif. She has been visiting at the home of her son, Robert Kilgore, 3475 Mountain Ave., San Bernadino. Mr. and Mrs. Marldene Eppen, , 1107 Medary, have returned from I3ncino, Calif., where they attended the wedding of their son, Lt. ;<jgi Eugene Eppen and Miss ; Joanne Cole. i Paul Oscar Wollenburg, son oi JMr. and Mrs. bscar H. Wollenburg^ was baptized Sunday at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Browns- I dale, by the Rev. P. L. Freidrich. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. : Gerhard Wollenburg and Wesley I Peterson. Dinner guests at the' Wollenburg home were the sponsors and Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Wol- [lenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Truman i Whin, the Rev. and'Mrs. Freid- 'rich and Phillip. Lodybugs Contribute!St. Olaf Circle ro Veterans Funds A gift exchange followed a potluck supper when the Military Order of Ladybugs met at VFW Hall Tuesday evening. ft was voted to contribute nationally and locally to veteran Christmas funds. Reports were given by Mrs. Hans Paulson, sewing chairman, and Mrs. Richard Bates, hospital chairman. Bingo was played during the social hour. Mrs, Jerome Volstad and Mrs, Joe Cole were chairmen of the dinner committee. Busy Bee Club Exchanges Gifts Mrs. Edward Lukes, St. Ansgar, Iowa, was hostess to' the Busy Bee Club of London, Thursday. It was voted to discontinue meetings until April, when Mrs. Joseph Luksik, 1003 W. Oakland, will be hostess. Following the business session, Christmas gifts were exchanged. Elects New Officers Mrs. Howard Madison w»» elected president of Circle 15, St. Olaf Lutheran Guild when mem- beta met Tuesday afternoon at the church. Others named are: Mrs. Herman Boyson, vice president; Mrs. Roy Samlngson, secretary; Mrs. Palmer Lewis, treasurer. Hostesses were Mrs. fell Shutt, Mrs. Hilman Knutson and Mrs. Boyson. ' Mrs. Boyson gave a Christmas reading and Mrs. Ralph Hamesk gave the worship offering prayer. Self-denial envelopes were distributed and will be collected at the January meeting. Collections were received for Christmas baskets. The next meeting will be held Jan. 15 at the church Vth Mrs. Madison and Mrs. Samlngson co- hostesses. RUMMAGB SALE Christmas gifts. Decorations. New toys. Clothing. Miscellaneous. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 1610 W. College. Adv. IT Steel ingots are made in states of the Union. 27 4854 WAIST 24"-32" By ANNE ADAMS Stitch this arrow-slim skirt In lets than a day — wear It for city, country, travel from now through next spring! Hip-tab*, front detail add to Its smart air. Tomorrow's pattern: Misses' chemise dress. Printed Pattern 4854: Mlsse*' Waist Sizes 34. 25. 28. 28. 30, 32. Sin 28 takes Hi yards 54-Inch. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send Thirty - five centi In coin* for 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 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. AT SMITH'S to IVz million dollars in New Jer-i sey in 1957. ticket committee, Miss Lorna I Bates vftll have charge of the I ushering staff and Mrs. Daane substitute skim - milk cottage j times as many as in World War cheese for the filling. 11. The Red Cross certified 104,-| and Miss Priscilla Hartley will 500 nurses for military service j n , handle publicity. World War II, more than four One ton is 2,000 pound*. One j long ton is 2,240 pounds. About now, she hasn't a sweater to her name ... a common pre-Chmtmas weakness— SWEATERS ARE SO GIVE-ABLE Especially whm /T95 O Her favorite classic, dreumakw, bulkie or chemeNe it her* at on« low price in Ban-Lou, orlon or wool. whole wonderfully colorful group it in sizes 36 to 40. red or pitck black nylon velvet ty LAZY-BONES a*.«. a, r»t OB. * c«k . So jOoJ -looking, to loag-wearing, •o e**y to clcanl And LAZY-BONES **e gooJ iLoe«...famou« for fine fit! CtUJfea*. met 814-12, 6.95. Si«« 12*4-4, 4*4-10, 7.95. Smith Shoe Co. Ope* Night* Until Christm** Left Bon-Ion ckmic. Block, red, wedgewood bkw. Rtoht Bon-Ion dressmaker. Black, Pot* pink, wtdgewood blue Far Ml Wool end mohair Capable hands — Assurance that the best has been done — Comforting words in a quietly beautiful chapel ~give Peace-of-Mind through the following years. FUNERAL CHAPEL 510 W. Oakland HE 3-7619 'v HE GIVE CULLIGAN WONDERFUL new way ^ N to have unlimited soft water-automatically! The Christmas Gift the whole family will enjoy- Culligan's gift keeps giving all the year around. Auf tomatic - honied own* 3-3737 ed. 407 N. Franklin - Austin, Minn. DREAM-PRETTY LINGERIE So give-ably priced at a mete 3 95 Her weakness . .. pretty fhings, so pamper her with the cobwebby beauty of nylon slips, pajamas or gowns. Lavishly lace trimmed and as gaily colored as Christmas itself. NYLON TRICOT PAJAMAS Blue mist, flam* Suet 32 to 38. WALTZ LENGTH GOWN Peach, aqua Sue. 32 to 38. SATIN TOUCHED NYLON SUP NYLON BABY DOLLPAJAMA White, candlelight 32 to 38. Orange ice, *qu» Sues 32 to 36. la Its Own Gay Holiday Wrap SEAMLESS HOSIERY Regularly 1.00 pr. Reinforced heel tod toe*

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