A AUSTIN (Minn.) HERAU) Mondoy, Dee. 15, 1958 NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS MONBAY AUSTIN ARBA Hairdressers will meet at Ihe Austin Bowl for a 7 o'clock dinner party. ST. CATfflBfitHB mi will meet nt the borne of Mrs. Emmett En- rlght, 808 Qrtlre, for a 6 o'clock potluck supper. YOUNG MATRONS Club will MOSfJAY MOOSfiHAVEN, Social service committees, Women of Moose, will hold a Joint meeting with Mrs. Edward Reicliow. 1407 E. Water, in the evening. TUESDAY AUSTIN SHRINE Auxiliary will meet for a 1:30 dessert luncheon at the Masonic Hall. meet for a 7 o'clock dinner at the YWCA. Tt'F.SDAV DEXTER FLORAL Club Will meet for a 12:39 luncheon and Christmas parly at the home of Mrs. A. L. Satterloff, Highway 18 West. WCTU WILL meet In the afteJ* noon at the Church of Christ. ST. MARY Magdalen Unit will hold a Christmas patty at the home of Mrs. Edward Titus, 209 8. River, in the evening. Gifts will be exchanged. RITUAL COMMITTEE, Women of Moose, will meet for a i o'clock the Dinner Bell. BPW CLUfc will meet for a 6:30 FRIENDLY 24 Club will meet for i dinner at the YWCA. , a 1 o'clock dinner at the home of I MOOSEHEART ALUMNI Com- WBA CLUB 33 will meet In the, Mrs victor Emery, Austin Acres' men of Moose, will meet for a evening for a Christmas party at Roa d, j? o'clcok dinner and Christmas the home of Mrs. Clyde Titus, 207 s Ifly | PAST PRESIDENT Club, Me "FIDELIS CLASS, First Baptist j^^f, WRC - wil1 nieet for f Church, will meet in the evening at the home of Mrs. Henry Han- will meet for a Christmas party son. 612 Lansing. TOPS CLUB 2 will meet in the evening with Mrs, Elmer Grim- waldt, 702 S. Main. Party at the Alcove. PUBLICITY COMMITTEE, Wo- luncheon at the Rose Room.j . ° VFW AUXILIARY Sewing Club iK^Fo'ster. and gift exchange at the home of Mrs. Norbert Narveson, 1308 Freeborn. "The Sunshine of Life" HOLIDAY SPECIALS For you at your favorite store or call for delivery on the route. Peppermint Stick Candy ICE CREAM • Holiday Fruit ICE CREAM • Cranberry Sherbet • Egg Nog ( n ° n ST. OLAF Circle 31 will meet in the evening with Mrs. D, 0. Siverson, Medary Road. ST. OLAF Circle 23 will meet for a 7 o'clock supper with Mrs. Burton Wennes, 1400 N. Oak. ST. BEATRICE Unit will meet in the evening with Mrs. Steven Lickteig, Austin Rt. 3. ST. DEVOTA Unit will meet in t h e evening with Mrs. William Keefe, 1010 W. Maple. ESTHER CIRCLE, Our Savior's Lutheran Church, will meet in the evening with Mrs. Arnold Christiansen. 1608 Pinecrest. EAGLES AUXILIARY will meet EDITH JONES Edith Lee Jones, Richard L Wehner to Wed at Nashville Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Franklin Jones, Nashville, Tenn., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Edith Lee Jones, to Richard Leo Wehner. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wehner, 705 Moscow. The wedding will take place in Margaret Benson and Keith Dunn to Wed Saturday Mf, ftnd Mrs. Ralph Halbnan, SM S. Railway, annotmee trie forth- cr;minrr mflrriage of their daughter, Miss Margaret Benson, to Keith Dunn, He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Dunn, 108 E. Oakland. The wedding will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday at the First Baptist Church. Singing of Carols Opens Club Program Group singing of Christmas carols opened the meeting of the LeRoy Garden Club, Friday. Mrs. JAlvin Malcomson, LeRoy, was hostess. Mrs. Donald McGillivray Sr. was accompanist and Mrs. W. R. Regan, program chairman, distributed Christmas articles to be read by members, Mrs. Douglas Hutchins gave a reading followed by games and a gift exchange. At the brief business session, it was announced that meetings will be held the first Thursday of each month, effective in February. Several holiday arrangements were Academy, Nashville, Bernard's and attended Our Lady of Cin- forVnT^ron^r^TeVninral'^IJ™ 8 " Col ** e ' a**"!*- ^ FOE Hall. j Sne u now em P loved m her fa- January at St. Edward's Catholic Jon display as refreshments were Church, Nashville. i served. Miss Jones is a graduate of St. RNA WILL meet for a Christmas party in the evening at the home of Mrs. Herman Helland, 810 N. Second. Gifts will be exchanged. 1 ST. ANTHONY Unit will meet! I in the evening with Mrs. Bernard ! Jacob, Sunset Motel. j AUSTIN-MOWER County YDFL will meet in the evening at the community room of Sterling State Bank. James Pedersen, state president, will speak. POLICE AUXILIARY will meet ther's office at the Radnor Plumbing Co., Nashville. Her fiance is associated with his father in the Wehner Construction Co., Austin. Moscow Club Holds Family Holiday Party The Moscow Quarterly Club held a family Christmas party Friday evening at Moscow Hall. Miss Olive Pinkava and Mrs. Wayne Miller were in charge of jfor a Christmas party in the eve-1 the program which included the I ning at the home of Mrs. Foord j singing of Christmas carols, a Individual Christmas Tree Molds (6 to a box) Individual Hormony Treats Real Fancy (6 to a box) Don't forget to look for the bursting sun —for finest of its kind in dairy products. Soften DAIRY COMPANY MILK • CREAM - ICE CREAM 404 E. Bridge Ph. HE 3-8829 ** \ Minnick, 2308 Sheldon. Percivols Observe First Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Robert John Percival, 1306 Locust, celebrated their first wedding anniversary Sunday. Guests at their home were Mrs. Laura Percival, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Percival, Linda Percival, Thomas Percival, Josephine Percival, Renae Pyburn and Mr. and Mrs. James Pervical. The honored couple were presented with gifts. Church Circle Packs Christmas Gifts Cookies and toys for several homes for the aged and children were packed when Circle One, Six Mile Grove Lutheran Church, met Thursday at the home of Mrs. A. R. Klouse, Rose Creek. A box of cookies also was sent to David Dralle, who is in service, and a gift to the Skolte family. Mrs. Francis Hanson presented the program, group singing of carols, prayer led by Mrs. Hanson, scripture reading and readings by Miss Gladys Olsen and Mrs. Helen Dralle. Gifts were exchanged and a potluck luncheon served. At the brief business session, programs for the new year were planned. violin selections by Rom ay and 'Jered Rubel; a reading by Mrs. i Homer Johnson, a clarinet duet iby Richard Askelson and Ethel Wicks and a reading by Richard Ruble. Santa Claus arrived with treats for the children and gifts were exchanged. PERSONAL NOTES Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schmeichel, 601 Gleason, entertained at a surprise birthday party Sunday evening in honor of Mrs. Richard Schmeichel and Mrs. Floyd Lenoch. Employes of the Hartson Produce Co., Brownsdale, were entertained at a Christmas party Friday evening at the Rose Room. Gifts were exchanged following dinner. Airman 2-c Darryl L. Hanson, Forbes Air Force Base, Topeka, Kan., is home to spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Eileen Christianson, and to attend the 61st wedding anniversary of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Calvin Arthur, Hollandale, Dec. 26. Mrs. Gorman Olson Joins Lyle Circle Mrs. Graman Olson was welcomed as a new member when I Circle Three, Six Mile Grove Lutheran Church, met Friday at the home of Mrs. E. E. Penning, Lyle. Plans were made for a family night party at the Lyle Parish Center, Jan. 8, with a 7 o'clock potluck supper. Members packed Christmas boxes for the Austir Association for Mentally Retard ed Children. Mrs. L. N. Martin led in pray> er and the program included group singing of carols, the Christmas Story read by Mrs. Lavern Austinson and readings by Mrs. Penning and Mrs. Melvin Rohne. If Your Santo Clous a fisherman? THRILL HIM THIS CHRISTMAS WITH A Between 1921 and 1930 there were 28,250,000 births in the United States. SPECIAL ATTENTION given to any lady wonderful enough to want to give her favorite fisherman a Sea. Horse. We'll advise you as to size—arrange easy terms if you wish—take his old motor in trade. Christmas delivery assured. >erfectly wonderf'U job to open a TV and radio repair shop in our lome. This has been going on four months and it's making a wreck out of me. The first thing he did was hang a neon sign on the front porch saying "TV and Ra- During the month of August 1958 at least 21 million women were employed in the United States. Watches are clocks small enough to be "worn" on the person. The very first watch was probably made in 1504 by Peter Henlein, the same Nuernberg locksmith who is given credit lor the invention of the mainspring. The first watches were made of iron and were so large they had to be worn hung from the belt Later the cases were decorated, but the watches still kept time poorly. © Encyclopedia Britannic* Producing, processing and selling food is by far the largest industry in the U. S. During 1959 Spain will have 300 religious celebrations and fiestas. NICE, BUT TABOO — Noni Myers, left, a stewardess for Pacific Northern Airlines, models a ski outfit she would like to wear on Alaska flights when the temperature dips to 40 and 60 degrees below zero. It's much better, she says, than the skirts the airline wants her to wear. Watching, with approval in their eyes, are two more PNA stewardesses, Rosemarie Fliseck, center, and Marilyn Batey. (AP Photofax) St. Michael's Aid Sponsors Party A Christmas party was held by St. Michael's Ladies Aid and Missionary Society Friday at the church, near Waltham. The program included group singing of carols, scripture reading by the Rev. Richard Lofer, a playlet, "Christmas Thoughts," by Mfg. Verne! Moore, Mrs. Harvey Nelson and Mrs. Olen Shawback with selections by the choir, and a film. Mrs. Theodore Schultz presented the Rev. and Mrs. Lofer with a gift. After a potluck supper, the birth- days of Mr*. Ted Benin, Mrs. fief- iman Buck, Mrs. Irvtog Fett, Mr*. Louis Neve and Mrs. Frederick Peterson were obseHed. Contributions were made to the Ausfltt Association tot Mentally Retar*. ed Children, and i gift of »5 to Lutheran Welfare. The next meeting will be Jan, 8, with Mrs. Werner Fett, Mr*« Ernest Fett, Mrs. trvin Fett a* hostesses. - •> ' PECAN GROVE World's largest grove of culti< vated pecans, started in 19S3 near Las Cruces, N. M., today numbers 75,000 trees covering 4,« 000 acres. Party Line Club Holds Holiday Party The Party Line Club held its Christmas dinner party Friday evening at King's Wood Hotel. Secret pals were revealed as gifts were exchanged. The birthdays of Mrs. Marjorie Jernberg and Mrs. Barbara Anderst were observed. The' February meeting will be with Mrs. Gladys Sorenson. Lyle LCR Holds Christmas Party The LCR of Trinity Lutheran Church, Lyle, held a Christmas party Friday afternoon at the Parish Center. Mrs. Russell Parmenter presented a flannelgraph Christmas story and games were played with prizes awarded the winners. After an exchange of gifts, refreshments were served. This Situation Makes No Sense an exciting Christmas figure! Confidential By ANN LANDERS lit wasn't voiced, but I Dear Ann: My husband quit a we would be married. sdios Cheap," Repaired Our once Ann Landers lovely home looks like a hardware store. The sign blinks at night ;. and keeps me up. He has painted the house red and white to "attract attention." Our 21 - y e a r • old assumed I It requires compassion and understanding to hire a person with has a This lady is 28 years old anda prison record, but hundreds of couple of young gentlemen 'employers have done so and profited handsomely. It's easy to step on a man when he's down. Helping him to regain) friends who pick her up at the store. When I inquire as to her intentions she tells me not to push her. I let her use my car when- iself respect and personal dignity! ever she wants it and I bought her ! is a tremendous service. The Greata fur cape for her birthday. est Teacher Of All said we should The palmist I've been consulting has been very encouraging. She said if I'm patient I will win. What do you think? — DUFF forgive 7 times 700. It is not ask-j that an employer j i forgive once. Are you tempted to smoke be-: daughter moved out. People come and call at all aours. I have no privacy. The fuses blow out all over the house constantly because of his testing. It's terrible having him under my feet 24 hours a day. He wants me to serve him snacks and beer like a king. Dear Ann: How many times must a person pay for one crime? Will you please say a word about parolees? I was once an employe for the state. I got into trouble and had self-addressed envelope.) His boss has called five times to serve time. Now I am out on and begged him to go back to his parole because of good behavior, job but he says he likes being and no one wiu hire me rve pass . "on his own." In the meantime e d five tests but in each instance he's not making a living. He my fees have been retu rned and works 12 hours a day and there's no profit. His supplies and helper cost more than he takes in. I can't afford a nervous breakdown. What shall I do? — VY Dear Vy: Give him a choice. Either he goes hack to his job so the family can return to normal living, or he can have the squirrel cage (complete with blinking neon sign) all to himself. The situation as you describe it Mort fishermen UM Johnson Sea-Horse* than any other outboard motor. Four famous fishsues: 3,5X, and 10 bp. USEM Tire & Marine Division Bridge & Franklin - Dial HE 3-7136 * » . ' t £ -. ' - * . 4 .' •" GOGGIN'S hristmas ndy 'm1he traditional SPIRIT/ Swiss Mints ---- box $1.00 Refreshment Mints ........ box $1.00 Miniature* box, $1 & $1.50 Assorted ....... box $1.45 Family Size 2Vi Ib. box ...... $3.50 Family Size 5 Ib. box ........ $7.00 Salted Nuts for Parties GOGGIN'S CANDY CORNER Ph. HE 3-6633 Located at Dime 'N Dollar 121 W. Brid 9 t - Austin makes no sense. Give him ten days to make up EVER his mind — before you lose yours. Dear Ann: I'm a gentleman in the middle 50's, but I don't look my age. I'm part owner of a successful luggage shop and while I am not rich, I could make some woman very comfortable. Last year I got interested in a lady who sells greeting cards. She installed a department in our shop and we became good friends. Being thrown together daily we naturally saw a lot of each other. I loaned her money to get a divorce. I've been notified that my name has been scratched off the list of applicants. I must make a living and I want to do it the honest way. How can I when society wants no part of a man with a record? Must 1 return to a life of crime in order to feed my family? 1 would appreciate a wocd from you on this subject. And so would thousands of others who are fighting this same battle. — ON TRIAL FOR- For Expert Pointing and Decorating • INTERIOR • EXTERIOR CALL HE 3-8363 er HE 3-5100 FOR FREE ESTIMATES TONY WIEL 206 $. Franklin The palmist will continue to be'cause the crowd does? If so, send; encouraging — so long as your for ANN LANDERS' new booklet,j money holds out. And I suspect'"Teenage Smoking," enclosing with] the 28-year-old greeting card lady!your request 10 cents in coin and! is also aware of your liquid as-ia large, self-addressed, stamped isets. j envelope. This "lady" is young enough to' (Ann Landers will be glad to be your daughter. Get acquaintedj nel P v °u with your problems.! with someone in your own genera-| Send them to ner '" care of THE i tion and stop being a sap, Dad. | HERALD enclosing a stamped,' ^brtormtit J i* ...the strapless WITHOUT WIRES! Give yourself the gift of a prettier figure for Holiday parties and fun. Confidential strapleu bra No. 384 is the last word in fashion and comfort. No wire under the bust, no wire over the bust means that this is the most comfortable strapless you have ever worn. Lightweight stays are embedded in the foam lining to provide holding and shaping. The plus-foam lining provides extra shaping and support. All you feel is gentle uplift and soft, soft comfort. 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