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A-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Friday, Det. 12, 19S8 r —- •••-• •"•"••"'•^•••1^^^-—^^--^••'^*fc--*^-*--»^^-^ ri |-ii,-giifni I, ii . . „ NEWS for WOMEN Women of Moose Conduct initiation at Chapter Night Two new members, Mrs. Robert Rose! and Mrs. Adeline Harrison, were initiated when the social service committee, Women of the Moose, held chapter night at the Moose Home, Thursday. Mrs. Raymond Granle read a letter of thanks for the gift sent Moosehaven and Mrs. Alvin Scheid read a letter from Miss Sharon Karlln, student nurse at the University of Minnesota, sponsored by the Women of Moose. Mrs. Granle thanked leaders and workers in the Muscular Dystrophy drive which netted $3,521. Mrs. Glen Ryan reported on the noon luncheon served at Moose Home Dec, 9, and thanked helpers. A mid-winter conference will be held in Austin, Jan. 25. Members of Albert Lea and Mankato lodges will participate in ritual work during the all-day session. It was reported Mrs. Leona Morgan is a post-surgery patient at St. Marys Hospital, Rochester, room 2-192. Announcement was made of the following committee meetings: Mooseheart alumnae, Christmas party at the Alcove, Tuesday evening; ritual committee, Christmas party and 7 p.m. dinner at the Dinner Bell Tuesday. Following the business meeting, Christmas gifts were exchanged. Mrs. Alois Krebsbach was the mystery box winner and door prize winners were Mrs. Donald Olson, Mrs. Clinton Goslee and Mrs. Bertha Peterson. Refreshments were served by the social service committee with Mrs. Oscar Baldner, chairman. Following the regular meeting, members of the hospital committee met and voted to send a Christmas gift to-Miss Karlin. Mrs. Raymond Granle was a guest. Mrs. . Melvin Bawek, 811V4 Park, will be hostess Jan. 18, Just Arrived! Genuine Leather Ballet Lounging SLIPPERS 53.00 $3.95 I • Red • Beige • Black • Gold • Blue • Pink - • White Beautiful Stretch Slippers only $200 Perfect to give and perfect to receive for Christmas. We Have a Store Full of Unusual and Appealing Yule Gifts Christmas Party at Wagner Home Queen of Peace Unit was enter tained at a Christmas party Wed nesday night at the home of Mrs. Willard Wagner, 1003 Pad den. Mrs. Jerry Viktora was assist ing hostess. After recitation of the Rosary, led by Mrs. Joseph Gen tie, Christmas gifts were exchang ed. Cards were played and prizes awarded Mrs. Orris Miller, Mrs Gentle and Mrs. Kenneth Bahlke. The January meeting will be with Mrs. Matt Zook, 1213 Padden. OES Sends Gift to Memorial Hospito Members of Mizpah Chapter OES, Brownsdale, contributed mon ey to the Masonic Memorial Hos pital instead of exchanging gifts at the Christmas party, Tuesday eve ning. During the business session, Jan. 27 was scheduled for the Dist. 27 chapter meeting honoring the sta tion of secretary. Readings were given and members joined in sing ing carols. St. Veronica Unit Elects Mrs. Zehner Mrs. Elroy Zehner was elected chairman of St. Veronica Uni Thursday evening at thrhome o: Mrs. Warren Plunkett, 301 South wood Road. Mrs. Richard King was co-hostess. Other new officers are: Mrs Claude Leif, cc-chairman; Mrs Joseph Holan, secretary; Mrs John Regan, treasurer. A donation was made for wel fare work and Christmas gifts were exchanged.. Mrs. John May er received the door prize. Christmas Party for Catholic Unit A Christmas party was held by St. Theresa Unit Thursday eve ning at the home of Mrs. Joe Kitzraan. Mrs. Miles Ruble was co-hostess and the Rev. Richarc Maher was a guest. Gifts were exchanged and 500 was played. Prizes were award ed Mrs. William Bodensteiner Mrs. Gertrude Sullivan, Mrs. Don aid Goslee. Mrs. Joe Nelson wil entertain in January. St. Blandina Unit . at McDermott Home Mrs. James McDermott, 606 Lyndale, was hostess to St, Blandina Unit Thursday, assisted by Mrs Oliver Harris. Recitation of the Rosary was led by Mrs. Joseph Thiele. Gifts were exchanged and prizes award ed Mrs. Thomas Whalen, Mrs J. H. Hogan and Mrs. John Klapperick. Across from Penney 1 ; the bett perfume Peril hat to offer RUMMAGE SALE Clothing for entire family. Lady' ice skates, size 10. Roller skates Shuffle board set. Lamps and fur niture. Wednesday through Satur day, 1711 Oakridge Drive. Adv. 3T '/2 PRICE On a Wide Variety of JEWELRY and GIFTS JANE'S Drapery & Gift Shop 114 N. Main Austin ARPEGE by LANVIN Parfunu Arpege ID the square bottle with the signet etoppet lot- 23.50 Eau de Lanvin Arpege to drench you frequently from top to toe... in your favorite fragr«ac« 4ot-| 6.00 8<a-- 10.00 •* /<•«», WOLD'S DRUG STORE CosoHtit Counter Evenings Until Chroma* Bonnie Loewen Becomes Bride of William DeLaney Miss Bonnie Loewen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Loewen, 207 Clinton, and William DeLaney, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, 3H N. Fifth, were married Sunday at the Church of Christ. Pastor Herman Kooy performed the ceremony and Miss Mary Rog- otzke was soloist, accompanied by Miss Jane Wolf. A gown of imported ehantilly lace and tulle over satin was worn by the bride. It was fashioned with a sabrina neckline outlined with pearls and sequins, a fitted lace bodice, long sleeves and full skirt extending into a sweep. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was held with a hat of lace and she wore a pearl necklace and earrings, a gift from the groom. She carried a Bible with a white orchid and yellow Sweetheart roses. Miss Ilene Lee was maid of honor and Miss Shirlie Lee, Miss Sue Thompson and Miss Lois Gaul were bridesmaids. They wore gowns of peacock taffeta with fitted bodices, scoop necklines, cap sleeves and full ballerina-length skirts. Their rhinestone earrings were gifts from the bride and each carried a cascade bouquet of pink Sweetheart roses, feathered white mums and Amazon lilies. As flower girl, Roxanne Loewen wore a floor-length dress of Rachel lace with matching tulle mitts and headband. She carried a miniature cascade bouquet of pink roses, white feathered mums and pink carnations centered with an Amazon lily. Axel Hansen was ringbearer. Jack Newman attended the groom as bestman and Terry Bates, Byron Sheller and Jacob Ruinder were groomsmen. Ushers were Thomas Miller, Gary Adams, Joseph Miller and Dean Cramer. Mrs. Loewen was attired in a black dress with accessories to match and the groom's mother wore a navy blue suit with white accessories. Their corsages were of feathered white carnations and yellow Sweetheart roses. A reception was held fa the church parlors. Mrs. Edna Baker in charge of the gifts. Out-of-town cut the wedding cake as Mrs. guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Jacob Tuinder and Mrs. Robert DeLaney and daughter, Minnea- Perry poured. Miss Joan Loewen polis; Miss Mary Nicholson, St. and Miss Dorothy Thrasher were Paul. Yul Brynner's Wife Enjoys Her Work at Cancer Research Hosptial MR. AND MRS. MARK STAPLES JR. Miss Jeaneen Senjem and Mark Staples Jr. Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Senjem, Hayfield, announce the marriage of their daughter, Jeaneen, to Mark Staples Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Staples Sr., Brownsdale. The wedding took place Dec. 1. Attending the couplo were Miss Shirley Hoffman and Burton Berge. Mrs. Ray Wright Joins Secret Pals Mrs. Ray Wright was welcomed as a new member when the History Club Meets With Mrs. Juvrud The LeRoy History Club met Monday evening with Mrs. R. G. Juvrud. Assisting were Mrs. Esther Engelson and Mrs. Enoch Soren son. Mrs. Sorenson read the Christmas story and roll call responses were Christmas thoughts. Following a quiz session, Christmas recordings were played and gifts were exchanged. Miss Christiansen Hostess at Party Miss Eleanor Christiansen, 1612 Sun Valley, was hostess at a Christmas party for Group Three, Grand Meadow Secret Pals met Grace Baptist Church, Thursday. with Mrs. Ellen Wester, Tuesday TTivu 1T14 o, fjUCil VT CabCl f JL UCJaUoy »-*-• »*•«»*•••»» nw*%> «\.u uj «*» a* AkUfcll evening. Assisting the hostess at Lfl dy and Mrs. Saren Kurth and the Christmas party were Mrs. carols were sung by the group, TX—_ «t J »»—** __ J » * vn J 1 a t*f>ic«f a/l W» \lttnrt S^l**.I..t! «.»_«_ Donald Hoff and Mrs. Edward Bjerke. Mrs. Clarence Maley showed Fox> slides brought by members and was a games were played with Mrs. Ralph Turner, prize winner. Mrs. Ernest Ynokovich was awarded the door prize. A gift exchange and refreshments concluded the social hour. By DOROTHY ROE AP Women's Editor HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP) I was looking for something to keep me busy and volunteered for , -- - , — work at the new hospital here. I When adoring womens fans mob was assigned to cancer research, Yul Brynner on the street, tear and started out just gathering up buttons from his clothing and fight for autographs, his wife, the former Virginia Gilmore, doesn't turn a blonde hair. "I think it's fine. If nobody noticed him, I'd worry. Yul is big enough to take care of himself," she says. If there is any jealousy in the Brynner family, it's probably on Yul's part. And the cause is not another man, but a microscope. For the last two years the glamorous Virginia, a former star of stage and screen, has spent most of her waking hours doing microscopic photography in connection with her work in cancer research at Mt. Sinai Hospital here. "I work from 9 to 5 every day at the hospital," says she. "And often I bring the slides home with me and do some work in the evening. I guess Yul does get a little tired of that sometimes. But then he has his own hobby of photography, and when I persuaded him to develop some of my cell photographs in ':is dark room, he got intr l ?d too." The Brynner family—Yul, Virginia and son Rocky, 12 — celebrated Christmas the weekend before Thanksgiving this year, before Brynner left to take over the part of the late Tyrone Power in the movie, "Solomon and Sheba," being filmed abroad. Virginia's present from her famous, shaven- pated husband was a sable stole big enough for a blanket. Virginia will miss her dynamic mate while he is on location in Europe, but she won't have much time to waste in moping. She's much too busy with her work. "I find the story of living cells more ror^ntic and dramatic than any part I ever played on the stage," says she. "I got interested in it a couple of years ago when 3,000 Austin's Greatest Collection t BALSAM • SPRUCE • WHITE PINE • FLOCKED TREES (Choice of Colon) Beautiful TFEES For School, Church, Stort, Horn* t WREATHS Check Us First test tubes and doing such odd jobs. Then I got acquainted with Drs. Marianna and Francis Masin, (Correct) that wonderful husband-and-wife research team whose work is getting such great acclaim right now. They started to train me, and I became fascinated with the work. 'Then while Yul was making 'The Journey' in Vienna last year, I went along and studied at the University of Vienna. The Masins arrc'^ed for me to take courses in microscopic photography, and by the time Yul finished his picture I had earned my degree as a cytologist—that means study of single cells. Now I could get a job in any lab in the country." Virginia is a native Californian who attended the University of California at Berkeley before deciding to try her luck on the New York stage. She was an established actress, with 30 movies and a number of successful Broadway plays to her credit, when she met Yul Brynner. Devotions were led by Mrs. Ruth assisted by Miss Christiansen. Gifts were sent to Miss Geneva The guest, hostess r . Mrs. Earl Brown was assisted by Mrs. Leona Crandall and Miss Nellie Corson. Mrs. Meany Heads Rosary Society Mrs. Willard Meany was named president of St. Peter's Rosary Society, Rose Creek, Thursday evening at the school hall. Other officers are: Mrs. Arnold Nelson, vice president; Mrs. John Thill Jr., secretary; Miss Rita Wendel, treasurer. Unit chairmen and secretary- treasurers are: St. Ann, Mrs. William Cress Sr. and Mrs, Ernest Fink; St. Catherine, Mrs. Arnold Nelson and Mrs. Gerald Meany; St. Clara, Mrs. William Schammel and Mrs. Arthur Heg ge; St. Rose, Mrs. George Sch mit and Mrs. John B. Felten; St Elizabeth, Mrs. Myles Bendtsen and Mrs. William Cress Jr.; St, Margaret; Mrs. Edward Merten and Mrs. Eugene McClosky. A food shower for both the Sis ters and for the Rev. Leon Haz inski was held. Gifts were pre- a clock and a step-stool for the school kitchen. Welfare chairman, Mrs. John L. Felton, urged mem- Committee Chairmen Appointed, Installed at Presbyterian Church Committee chairmen were appointed at a meeting of the Women's Missionary Guild at Westminster Presbyterian Church, Wednesday evening. They Include: Mrs. George Patten, Mrs. L. P. Reeve, activities advisers; Mrs. John Haase, program and Mrs Peter Holand, associate; Mrs. Guy Mack, Bible study resource and Mrs. Arthur Guy, associate; Miss Ann Elizabeth Taytor, secretary of national missions; Mrs. Gordon * Albers, nominating committee. The following-circle officers were installed by Mrs. Daniel Christiansen: Mrs. Clayton Jones, chairman and Mrs. James Sydenstricker, assistant; Mrs. Joe Pollock, chairman; Mrs. Elwyn Sanborn, chairman; Mrs. James Taylor Jr., chairman; Mrs. Frederick Coleman, chairman and Mrs. Richard Robinson, assistant; Mrs. Duane Donald Erlckson, assistant; Mrs. George Manning, chairman and Mrs. John Buringa, asistant. Mrs. A. H. Haakenson was in charge of the program including prayer by Mrs. Haase; selections by the chapel choir with Mrs. Wilbur Funk as director and Richard Funk, soloist; a vocal solo by Susan Osborn; a worship service by Mrs. Martha McCoy and Miss Peggy McLaughlin; a playlet, "The Three Chests," by Mrs. Brickson, Mrs. Holand, Miss Taylor, Mrs. Donald Sandeen and Mrs. Roy Tedrow; a vocal solo by Arthur Kee, accompanied by Mrs. Funk; a violin selection by Mrs. Coleman accompanied by Mrs. Mitchell Berhow, group singing of hymns, accompanied by Mrs. Carl Anderson; prayer by the Rev. David Kachel. Mrs. Kachel and Mrs. Christianson poured as lunch was served by Circle Seven, Mrs. Albers chairman. Dr. Donald F. Driggs Is Dinner Speaker of Delta Kappa Gamma "Emotional Security" was the theme of an address by Dr. Donald F. Driggs at the 12th anniversary dinner of Thea Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma, Thursday at the Fox Hotel. Three new members inducted at a ceremony at the YWCA preceding the dinner were Mrs. lone Bell, Miss Wyelene Fredericksen and Miss Orpha Nesseth. The initiation committee included Miss Lorna Bates, chairman, Miss Clara Mitchell, Miss Bernice Berg, Miss Helen Burnes, Miss Claribel Grant, Miss Dorothy Down, Miss Isabel Eirckson and Miss Ruth Lunde. Miss Dora Tollefson, vice president, presided and Miss Rose Deutschman reported that $34 had been added to the scholarship fund sponsored by Tau State Assn. For many years, Theta Chapter has Pope's storehouse. It was voted to purchase a, gavel. Retiring officers thanked members for their help the past year. Following a reading by Mrs. Isadore Ulwelling, Father Hazinski vised. (Continued on Page 13) Ann Defends the Housewives By ANN LANDERS Dear Readers: I've been catering heat from 49 elates (Including Alaska) plus a beef from Dunel- dorf, Germany. Typical comment: "Ann Landers, what do you mean by back- Ing up sloppy housewives who slosh around in bathrobes all day?" The con Sensus Is that 9 a. m. •• is time enough for any housewife to be dressed in. a crisp house dress ready Ann Landers to greet the bright eyed, enterprising insurance agent. Most of the bleats came from men • naturally. 1 still say a woman's home is her castle and there's no reason to get fully clothed to see her family off to work or school ~ unless she Wants to. This is not to imply that women should appear at the breakfast table with knotted hair, looking lumpy in an old beat- up kimona and maribou bedroom slippers. There are attractive housecoats — in fact they are much like the Hooker aprons of 20 years ago. Men, of course, are expected to dress the first thing in the morning. They could hardly go to work in their pajamas. On Sunday, however, how many men get dressed as if they're going' to work? Let's face it. Some women are slobs even when fully dressed. And some women can be appetizing in Auxiliary to Aid Needy Families Plans were made for Christmas boxes for needy families and shut- ins when the Grand Meadow American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday afternoon at the clubrooms. Mrs. Richard Buck and Mrs. Werner Buschmann reported on the fall conference in Minneapolis and new sewing projects were discussed. A gift exchange was followed by refreshments served by Mrs. Ernset Yonkovich, Mrs. Paul Losey and Mrs. Rodney E. Burrington. a housecoat, t see no reason for anyone to object if she wants to indulge in a short-cut — least of all a guy who cornea by to sell insurance. Dear Ann: What can 1 do to get my husband to be a decent father to his sons? At the dinner- table he reads the newspaper in their faces and when they ask him a question I have to kick him in, the leg so he'll answer. He is forever telling them they are no good, lazy, stupid and will never amount to anything. No matter what the boys do he finds fault. The younger boy built a model airplane and was very proud of it. His father practically ripped it to pieces to show that the sections weren't properly glued. The child was crest-fallen. What makes a man like this? My husband reads your column every day and thinks your advice is wonderful. Maybe you can say something that will straighten him out. I'm very tired. — SICKOFIT The father who browbeats end belittles his children is a frightened child himself. How did he get this way? His father gave him an inferiority complex for a birthday present. Unless your husband seeks the help of a professional he'll probably go to his grave and never catch on. The father who in later years finds that his children ignore him, considers them "ungrateful" and "selfish" when in reality they are only reacting to the freeze-out of their childhood. The mother in such a home has double duty. She must give her sons warmth and praise (without smothering them) and see that they have a feeling of achievement and worth. Since your husband reads this column daily, I hope he'll get an eyeful today. Dear Ann: I've been seeing a lovely girl but she's very mysterious. She says she works for a secret government agency and can't tell me anything beyond that. I'm not permitted to call her at home, pick her up, bring her to RUMMAGE SALE At the Salvation Army, 418 E. Bridge, Saturday from 9 to 12. Adv. IT RUMMAGE SALE Infants', children's and adults' clothing. Friday through Sunday, 606 Lyndale. Adv. IT FOR RENT 5 Bedroom HOUM ideally located and suitable for lodging elderly people with board and room, or could be made inta a duplex. Alia 4 room furnished downstairs apartment. City steam the door, t don't hate her phone number. She always calls me. I've never met any of her friends of family. She says I must have faith and not ask any questions. In the meantime I've fallen in love with her as she's the prettiest and most charming woman I've ever known. This has been going on for seven months. What do you make of it? Am I n sap? Give me the word. -BR1TT Dear Britt: The word is yet. Any woman who can't be phoned, picked up and taken Ir-ne after a date, and hasn't produced a single living friend or relative, is probably hiding something — like a husband. Even if she worked for a secret government agency, she wouldn't have to behave in this spooky manner. You only asked for one word but I'd like to suggest another one —"goodbye." Doe? almost everyone have a good time but you? If so, send for ANN LANDERS' new booklet. "How To Be Well-Liked," enclosing with your request' 20 cents in coin and a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope. (Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of THE HERALD enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope.) heat. INQUIRE IN PERSON 411 No. River St. Plan to Attend the A. A. U. W. CHRISTMAS BALL Monday, December 22 Terp Ballroom (Not Formol) Chuck Hall Orchestra $3 Per Couple Tickets available at: WOLD DRUGS STERLING DRUGS EAST SIDE DRUGS AUSTIN BOWL Sponsored by the Austin Association of University Women sented from the society including many years> Theta ch »Pter has a clock and a steo-stool for the TOntnb "ted to the professional library of a Finnish, teacher and reported the Christmas gift of a wrs. jonn L>. * euon, urged mem- r -.«.»....»., 6 .n, v« i bers to begin sewing for the subso "Pto» to » national maga «•. • . _ 71 n a zine. WCTU Presents Five laprobes made for Veter- — ' • • w »• BMJ** VWWi* **ld\4C iWi V CLC1 • spoke on "The Spirit of Christ- ans Hospital, Minneapolis, were mas." He also expressed thanks displayed at the Spring Valley for cooperation .the past year. The party, Tuesday. Mrs. Lee Smith by-laws and constitution were re- was hostess. A Christmas program was given with all members participating and a gift exchange was held. "After our marriage I never had any desire to go back to the stage or screen," says Virginia. 'We did do a daily 30-minute TV show together for a while in the early days, when we were broke. But then Rocky was born and I had to stay home and take care of him, because we didn't have enough money to hire a nursemaid. "Later, when the money problem was solved, I couldn't bear to turn my child over to a stranger. Now Rocky's in prep school and is only at home on werkends, so I have time for some outside work. That's why I went into this research. And I'm glad I chose that rather than going back to acting. No family is big enough for two stars." GLEANERS PHONE HE 3-9036 FIRST AGAIN Now your dropcrics art carefully cleoiwd, beautifully pressed and returned t* you In decorator fold fw tasier hanging and uniform pleats. On special hangers — in cellophane Mckt, fre* pick up and delivery. 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