The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 11, 1958 · Page 6
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 6

Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, December 11, 1958
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A AUSTIN (Minn.1 HERAID Thursday, Dec. 11, 1958 NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS 1HUR8DAY WCOF WILL meet In the KG Hill tot « 6:30 family picnic supper and Christmas party. STACWtLLE AMERICAN Legion Auxliary will hold a Christ- mat pftrty and potluck supper at the Stacyvllle Legion Hall. THURSDAY 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;!or of the church. CIRCLE 22 with Mrs. Burton Anderson, 30). Sutton Place. 323 N. Main - Austin, Minn. 'U rfh You've made our sales real successful... and now Miller's has another series of Christmas events 8£l and SAVES YOU CASH for the. Holidays} Ladies 100% Banlon Cardigan Sweaters Regularly $5 $^77 Ladies Flannel Pajamas New Colors )M \ Sizes 3440 Reg. $2 Dressmaker and classic styles. Ski •tylei included Jgv 32-40 x jt«a* Children's 1 Piece 100% Nylon Sno-Suits Norane-ftater Repellent '] Machine 4 Washable «( Colors: turquoise J Red. Sisei 2-6 Ladies Panties Whll» A Colors FOR Reg. 40c Limited quontity Sixes 5-7 $00 Girls' Holiday Dresses •HI. $4 $J22 Sizes 3to6x, 7-14 Pastel Colors Hosiery & Lingerie Drier With Every I pair of Finer Hose five almost > V J THURSDAY ST. ETHF.I.RF.DA Unit Will meet .for a 7:30 dessert at the home jof Mrs. Paul Heimerman, 1104 W. Winona. ST. ELIZABETH Unit will meet with Miss Florence Schaler, 405 N. Kenwood, for a 6:90 potluck supper and Christmas party. ! PIPEFITTERS AUXILIARY will jmeet in the evening for a Christ ' mas party «»t the community room of Sterling State Bank ST. BLANDINA Unit will meet in the evening with Mrs. James McDermott, 606 Lyndale. DELTA KAPPA Gamma will neet at the YWCA. CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S Fellowship will meet in the evening at Sterling Christian Church. ST. THERESA Unit will meet n the evening with Mrs. Joe Kitzman, 1412 Baldwin. ST. VERONICA Unit will meet n the evening with Mrs. Warren Plunkett, 301 Southwood. FRIDAY GET TOGETHER Club will meet in the afternoon with Mrs. Myron Fawver, Austin Rt. 4. St. Ann Unit Meets for Potluck Supper St. Ann Unit met for a potluck iupper Wednesday at the home of Mrs.' William Nierengarten, 1203 N. Kenwood. The hostess led in recitation of the Rosary and after a business session, cards were played. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Charles Prehoda and Mrs. Donald Henzlicek. The next session will be with Mrs. Leonard Aanonson, 802 N, Third. Christmas Luncheon Served Fellowship A Christmas luncheon served by the Brewster Group preceded the business session arid worship service of the Women's Fellowship Wednesday at the First Congregational Church. Mrs. Fred Rayman Sr. played organ selections for the service in the chapel and Mrs. David An derson and Mnc. Jack Strong gave readings. Christmas carols were sung by the group. An exchange of Christmas bak ing was held in Fellowship Hall after the service. Miss Loftus Weds Loros G. Knebel Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Loftus, Evansdale, Iowa, formerly of Riceville, announce the marriage ol their daughter, Kathryn, to Loras G. Knebel, son of Mr. and Mrs Ambrose Knebel, Dunkerton, Iowa, The wedding took place Nov. 29, at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Evansdale. Mr. and Mrs. Knebel are at home in Dunkerton. BONNIE JACOBSON Bonnie Jocobson and Leo J. Bridley Betrothal Announced Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Bonnie Jacobson, London, and Leo J. Bridley, Oakland. Miss Jacobson is the daughter of Mrs. Jay Foss, London, and Arthur Jacobson, Albert Lea, and lier fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Bridley, Lyle. No date has been set for the wedding. ROG Circle Meets at Hjelman Home Mrs. Oliver Hjelman was hostess to Mission Circle Three, Red Oak Grove Lutheran Church, Wednesday afternoon. After the singing of a hymn, devotions were conducted and programs for the year discussed. Mrs. Clifford Bruggeman gave a reading and the worship offering pray< er was by Mrs. Marion Peterson. PHN Committee Meets at Adams A Christmas program was presented for the southeast committee, Public Health Nursing Auxiliary, Monday at the home of Mrs. Robert Hanson, Adams. Mrs. 0. T. Anderson read a poem and there were readings by Mrs H. Mortenson and Miss Elizabeth Ann Price. Mrs. Robert Kellogg presented the study topic. The committee will resume meetings in April. Rev, Schreitmueller Installs New-Officers of Grace Lutheran Aid Officers of Grace Lutheran Lades Aid were IrriaUed by the Rsv. !. M. Schreitmueller Wednesday ivenlng at the church parlors. they are: Mrs. C. Thomson, president; Mrs. R. L. Johnson, vice president; Mrs. William Gaugh•an, secretary; Mrs. E. Farnum, xeasurer. Department chairmen nclude: Mrs. L. Wiedemann, missionary reading; Mrs. Bessie Schubmacher, thank offering; Mrs. A. Koepsell, special needs, Mrs. 0. Snumgartncr, India missions; Mrs. Fred Wolff, Christian service; Mrs. Arthur Anderson, New Guinea missions; Mrs. L. Meier, mission band; Mrs. G. Schleicher, life membership. A Christmas party was held with the singing of carols, led by Mrs. Daniel Engelman, assisted hy Mrs. T. Unruh. The Rev. Mr. Schreit- mueller presented a life membership certificate and pin to Mrs. Henry Schlichting Jr. "The Birthday Song" was sung for Mrs. L. Drews, Mrs. Gale Johnson, Mrs. F. Sauerbrey, Mrs. Bessie Schurhmacher, Mrs. G. Schleicher and the Rev. Mr. Sch- retimueller. Committees appointed include Mrs. T. Unruh and Mrs. E. Wollenberg, auditing; Mrs. B. Olson and Mrs. E. Farnum, congregational Christmas party, Dec. 21. Members accepted "The Women of the Church" plan presented by Mrs. Lafer, Waltham, in November. > Secret sisters were revealed and lunch was served by co-chairmen and officers. Mrs. E. Pipho and Mrs. C. Thomson poured. St. Philomena Unit at Nielsen Home St. Philomena Unit met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. C. Nielsen, 1209 N. Fourth, with Mrs. Leo Lynch assisting. Recitation of the Rosary was led by Mrs. Denver Daily. A gift for St. Augustine Convent will be presented from the group. During the social hour, Mrs. George Zender was awarded the door prize. Mrs. Darwin Howe, 909 N Fourth, will be hostess at the next meeting: <jell Erikssen Guest of Kjell Erikssen, exchange student rom Sweden, told of Christmas n his native country when the Women's Society of Christian Serice, First Methodist Church, met Wednesday afternoon in the mem- rial parlors. Christmas corsages made y Mrs. Mary Johnson and Mrs, win Bowlby were presented mem- MR. AND MRS. GREENLEE James Greenlees Married 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. James Greenlee, 317 E. Water, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday. They will be honored at open louse from 2 to 5 p.m. at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Harold Corner, 2114 Clark. Mr, and Mrs. Greenlee were married Dec. 9, 1908, at Wessington Springs, S. D. Mrs. Lloyd Graves Hostess at Party Mrs. Jacob Barwind read the Christmas story when Group Two, race Baptist Church, met with Mrs. Lloyd Graves, 509 S. Main, for a Christmas party. Mrs. Earl Brown was a guest. Mrs. Harold Smith and Mrs. Brown offered prayer. Beatrice is the Latin name for a girl who brings joy and hap- pines. Choosing a gift with j» feminine appeal Is ?•: easily done from the , large and varied se- ; lection of Luzier Cosmetics to be found on J! display here. Make < Christmas shopping easier for you and lovelier for her with Luzier's. .. JEIVEL BRIGHT SUPPERS FOR HER BUNNY FUR SLIPPERS Lt. Blue Pink White Turquoiss 'Alaskan Missions' Is Circle Topic "Missionary Work in Alaska" was Mrs. Jack Adams' topic when she spoke to the Dorcas Circle Church of Christ, Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Donald Wolfe The opening prayer was led by Mrs. William Hardy and Mrs. Joseph Rhodes led in scripture read' ing. Group singing was led by Mrs, Harold Rhodes. Mrs. Wolfe and Mrs. C. E. Brug. ger served refreshments. The nexi meeting will be at the Adams home with Mrs. 0. F. Miller, co- hostess. Wagner's opera, "Tannhauser, 1 was first performed in Dresden in 1945. This is a story of sacrec and profane love in the heart o; a minstrel noble. • Soft Cape Leather with Matching Genuine Bunny Fur Trim • Makes a Wonderful Gift HAIRCUT 1.00 Shampoo ft Wave 1.50 Permanents From 7.50 to 15.00 DIAL HE 7-3175 FOR APPOINTMENT EACH MORNING OPEN at 9 A M. OPEN rUESDAY and THURSDAY NIGHTS Margarets PERMANENT WAV! SHOP Your LUZIER Cosmetic Consultant Cerntr of Grtonwich i Mill St» Ideal Gift for Fathers, Huibindi, Brorhert TRADEHOMI 312 N Main Downtown Austin OPEN IYBY NITf Till 9 P. M. bangles and bows— glamourized slippers, soft and' comfortable Golden bangles twinkle on smooth leather In black, pink, blue or red. Foam rubber insoles and heel lifts make them comfortable for lounging indoors or out. Small, Med., Large. 395 other jtylei boxed nylon buy I holiday special 3 pr. nylons 295 kitten $ **>.„ • ; ->y 4 * An extra special holiday gift idea three pair of sheerest, seamless nylons in a very pretty gift box And a 2.95 kitten with real fur, a 5.95 value for just $4 5.95 value! hers. Luncheon w«« served bf 'Group 17, with Mrs. Raymond Wilson, chairman. Mrs. William J. Campbell conducted devotions including two vocal selections by Mrs. M. Arthur Bustad, accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth Northwick. An egg yolk is a good addition to a cake frosHng made with butter, confectioners' sugar, cream and flavoring. dream-time baby-doll feminine and lovely in floating nylon ••O-V.%..-. . • i.'. /-->• •„ A" Beautiful new 1 gift Idea-baby-doll «et in nylon tricot with Its own doll coat In sheer nylon chiffon... In hothouse lilac, yellow or blue. Small, Med., Large. 595 Attend the A.A.U.W. Chris;mas Boll Monday, December 22 Terp Ballroom CHUCK HALL ORCHESTRA i-/*';.5'-..ju •. • ». •—..•• v7.. ' -*.'••"•'• v glamourous nylon chiffon •• in fabulous fashion colors Lurex sparks the soft chiffon's fabulous colors, of pistachio green, holiday red or charcoal smoke... lovely robe to give or own for the holidays! Small, Medium, Large, X large. 10 95

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