The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 16, 1958 · Page 6
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-AUSTIN (Minn.) WftAlb NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS TUESDA? ST. MARY Mftgdalen Unit will •old a Chtt»tm«s party at th« home of Mrs. Edward Titus, 209 8. fciw, IB tin evening. Gifts will be exchanged. RITUAL COMMITTEE, Women if Moose, will meet for a ? o'clock fhe Dinner Bell. BPW CLUB will meet for a 8:30 'inner at the YWCA. MOOSBHEART ALUMNI Com- tten of Moose, Will meet for a l o'clock dinner a'nd Christmas 'arty at the Alcove. PUBLICITY COMMITTEE, Wonen of Moose, will meet in the evening with Mrs. Gordon Zech, U03 Foster. ST. OLAF Circle 81 will meet in the evening with Mrs. D. O. Siverson, Medary Road. ST. OLAP 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 the evening with Mrs. William Keefe, 1010 W. Maple. ESTHER CIRCLE, Our Savior's Lutheran Churcty, will meet in the evening with Mrs. Arnold Christiansen, 1608 Pinecrest. EAGLES AUXILIARY will meet for Initiation in the eevning at the FOE Hall. RNA WILL meet for a Christmas party in the evening at the home of Mrs. Herman HeUand, 810 N. Second. Gifts will be exchanged. ST. ANTHONY Unit will meet in the evening with Mrs. Bernard Jacob, Sunset Motel. 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 wffl meet for a Christmas party in the evening at the home of Mrs. Foord Minnick, 2308 Sheldon. WEDNESDAY WSC3 GROUPS, First Methodist Church, will meet as follows: WEDNESDAY GROUP l, Mrs. Henry Lightly, Austin Rt. 3, 1:30 essert. GROUP 2, Mrs. L. A. Kellogg, 1306 W. Allegheney, 1:30 dessert. GROUP 3, Mrs. Kenneth Hes- tp, 1R06 Pinecrest, 1:30 dessert. GROUP 4, Mrs. Jack Notestiner, Austin Rt. 2, in the afternoon. GROUP 6, Mrs. E. W. Denneson, 604 High, 1:30 dessert. GROUP 7, Mrs. Glenn Weber, 18 Vine, 1:30 dessert. GROUP 8, Mrs. Lyle Knowlton, 306 S. St. Paul, 1:30 dessert. GROUP 9, Mrs. Emanuel Kielson, 600 Park, in the afternoon. GROUP 12. Mrs. Walter Newman, 311 W. Oakland, 1:80 dessert. GROUP 14, Mrs. Clifford Diggins, McFarland Drive, in the evening. GROUP 15, Mrs. James Whalen, 402 Elm Tree, in the evening. GROUP 17, Mrs. Sidney Pappas, 1407 Park, in the evening. PHILOMATHIAN CLUB will meet in the afternoon for a Christmas party at the Philomathian Library. BISHOP SEABURY Unit will meet for a 1 o'clock Christmas luncheon at the guild hall, Christ Episcopal Church. OUR SAVIOR'S Lutheran Guild circles will meet as follows: MARTHA CIRCLE, Mrs. Arnold Tangen, 1108 W. Allegheney, in the afternoon. MARY CIRCLE, Mrs. Clifford Greenman, Austin Acres. NAOMI CIRCLE, Mrs. Oscar Anderson, 1611 Pinecrest. RACHEL CIRCLE, Mrs. C. E. Stoike, 102 N. 13th. MC INTYRE WRE 27 will meet for a 12:30 dinner and Christmas party at the KC Hall. WOMEN'S MISSIONARY society, Grace Baptist Church, will meet in the afternoon at the church. PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLE 4 will meet for a Christmas party in the afternoon with Mrs. R. S. Hegge, 1000 Freeborn. GOLDEN AGE Club will meet at the Moose Home for a 1 o'clock dinner and exchange of gifts. WEDNESDAY ! ROSE CRRRK Commtmity Guild will meet in the home of Mrs. Roy Larson, • l o'clock luncheon. Sf. GERTRUDE Unit wil) meet for a 6:30 supper At the home of Mrs. Rose Duetchman, 210 S. Kenwood, ST. PAUL'S Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet in the evening at Fellowship Hall after church services. AMERICAN LEGION spam Post will meet for supper in the clubrooms. CEDAR RIVER Does will meet in the evening with Mrs. Wilbur Jones, 1504 Park. Christmas gifts will be exchanged. Birthday Club Entertains at Party Members of the Chat and Chew- Birthday Club held its Christmas party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ree, Monday with their husbands as guests. Five hundred was played with Mr. and Mrs. Dean Lukes winning high prize and Mrs. Mary Runtch, door prize. A potluck lunch was served and gifts were exchanged. Miss Darlene Bakke Becomes Bride of'R. R. Kyllo at St..0laf Church. Miss Darlene Adelle Bakke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward 0. Bakke, 303 Hickory, Se- came the bride of Raymond R. Kyllo, son of Mrs. Richard Kyllo, Hayfleld. and the late Mr. Kyllo, Saturday evening at St. Olaf Lutheran Church. The Rev. Arthur L. Swenson preformed the double-ring ceremony at 8 p.m. as baskets of pink and white chrysanthemums, pompons and carnations, candela bra and palms decorated the church. James Olswold was soloist, accompanied by Ralph Harnesk. Given In marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor-length gown of white nylon lace over satin with a sabrina neckline trimmed with pearls, a fitted bodice and bouffant skirt. A small pearl headband held her fingertip veil of nylon net and she carried a colonial bouquet of red Sweetheart roses and white carnations with red rosebuds in the fantasy stream ers. Mrs. Glenn Bakke was matron of honor and Miss Ruby Gfotsun, cousin of the bride, was bride* maid. They wore princess-styled gowns of blue velvet with match- Ing headbands, and carried colonial bouquets of white pompons and feathered carnations. Their pearl jewelry toas a gift from the bride. Attending the groom were hid twin brother, Ralph Kyllo, and Donald Thoe. James Grotsun, cousin of the bride, and Harlan Aakre, cousin of the groom, were ushers. Mrs. Bakke was attired in a gray and teal blue dress with black accessories and a corsage of pink roses. The groom's mother wore a brown knit dress with accessories to match and a corsage of yellow roses. A reception for 200 guests was held in the church parlors with Mrs. Albert Nelson as hostess. Miss Denise Simonson was in charge of the guest book and Mrs. Vernon Johnson, Mrs. Phillip Kyllo, Miss Virginia Aakre, Mrs. Jerome Bak ke were at the gift table. Those who served were Mrs. Shirley Mr*. Merlyn Blom, MM. Af- lan Sawyer, Miss Sharon Rice, Miss Shfrley Simonson. Mrs. Helmer Grotsun, Mrs. Otto Kyllo and Mrs. Norman Schftrberg served the wedding cake as Mrs. Robert BJor* aker and Mrs. Ralph Kyllo poured. for travel, the bride wore an aqua knit dress with black accessories and corsage of pink roses. After a trip, Mr. and Mrs. Kyllo will make their home on a farm, near Hayfield. The bride ia a grad uate of Austin High School and has been employed by the Mower County Welfare Board. The groom was graudated from Hayfleld High School and is engaged In farming. Christmos Party j at Grand Meadow A Christmas party tat the children and parish of St. Finbaar Church, Grattd Meadow, was held at the high school Sunday. Filmt shown included one of Christmas carols with the children and adults of the parish participating. Msgr. R. M. Qaltigan was presented with a spiritual bouquet by James and Timothy Badoin. Fr. Galllgan gave a brief talk, after which refreshments were served. Santa Claus appeared and presented bags of candy to the children. The Rosary Society sent boxes to the shut-ins and Indians, at the Little flower MlMton, On*nMa. Mrs. Leonard WelHk, and Mrs. Joseph Stejskal wet* chairmen of the party. Mrs. Fletcher Hathaway was the food chairman and girls ' The Jordan Mortuary Bridge at GfMnwIeh Phor* HE 3-5727 of tt* ptrUfi d«w«t«! fti* and arranfed the table e«»Wr. piece. fhe average per capita annual Income in Korea Is $00. DUGAN'S DAILY Gill Suggestions JACKETS Scarlet with Leather Skives Kelly with Luther Sleevei White Slip-Over Shirt* Monogramed Central or Paeelli Shop Early • Lay away Now free Gift Wrapping DUGAN'S £i 1)0 I. Mill HE 3-6190 AT WALLACE'S, -:>«<>*"^;\>»'.>^ AT WALLACE S BIG SHOE SALE Tremendous Bargains are in store for you. Every \ pair must be sold by Jan. 31st. Buy now and save, i i Women's Dress Shoes Regularly $6.95 to $13.95 Now $4 $£ $0 Priced at *| - O" O Plenty of Narrow Widths Women's Casual Shoes Regularly $6.95 to $8.95 Now $ Priced at Narrow Widths Women's Flats and Sport Shoes Regularly $3.99 to $6.95 Now Priced at Many Narrow Widths $4 m 4 Don t Miss This Sole at Wallace's 'aa«sa»gi^^ L A Diamond Watch 310 N. Main BOXED HOUSEWARE GIFTS 4 98 4 98 3 98 Boxed Towel Sets by Martex Solid Colors of yellow, rose, blue, pink, It. green One bath towel, one guest towel, two face cloths One bath towel, two guest towels, 2 face cloths One bath towel, one guest towel, two face cloths Bath Mats & Sets by Regal Luxurious 100% nylon fluff 14-oz. cotton duck backing, mildew resistant, skid resistant, crush resistant and moth proof. In lovely soft colors of light green, pink, light blue, maize and white. Also a large selection of chenille bath sets. Retail priced A98 Q98 from L to 7 Boxed Towel Sets by Martex Plaid towel sets in bright and distinctive colors. One bath towel 24x44 One guest towel 16x28 One face cloth 12x12 Two finger tip towels 11x18 T98 All for only Shop While Selections Are Good! Guaranteed Fast Colors COMBED COTTONS SHAGBARK Yard Goods Requires Little or No Ironing! v $159 * PER YARD Just Arrived . . . A large fresh selection Spring Fabrics. Beautiful Plaids and Shadow Stripes. 45" Wide. ; Just Arrived! Large Shipment I HOBNAIL MILK GLASS I Priced from 1.00 and up. Many other lovely I gifts to choose from in Wallace's Downstairs \ Gift Shop. Girls' Smart TV PAJAMAS 3 /4 length Blue and red printed tops and black pants. By Geisha. Size 4 to 6x r 98 7 to 14 ............ J and "J98 / TOYS Large selection of games such as clue at 3.50, Cheyenne Game 1.98, Gun Smoke 2.98, Candyland 98c, Tic Tac Dough 3.98 and many other delightful games for children of all ages. For the Girls - Dolly facial Kit at 59c Dollys Over nite closet Dollys Bath Closet 1.98 only 1.00 Dollys diaper closet 49c Dollys Nail Set only 69c Dollys Guest closet 59c My Merry Beauty Shop 1.00 Dollys Linen closet 1.00 Dollys Laundry Closet 98c Many other items for the dolls to choose from. Ironing Boards 1.89 to 2.98 Just like mothers Silicone Ironing board cover and pad set 69c ea. ^:;s&i^Si;ifei^i^:;^ Foam Rubber Plush ANIMALS Large Selection I 98 * 9" Free Gift Wrapping of All Purchases 1 £ Lovely Plump SOFA PILLOWS Foam rubber fitted 14" squares and round corduroy and textured fabrics with zip off covers. Large asst. 4*93 of colors Q Also large selection 4*93 pi pillows ^ * Convenient Credit • Free Gift Wrapping Sixees ROLLER SKATES for beginners - for outdoor and indoors — The worlds lightest, safest, strongest roller skates. Toys of All Kinds by PLAYSKOOL Train, garage, wagon of blocks, postal station, dolly pull, take apart tractor, cobblers bench, tic a part clock, rally color stack, £ play telephone, lacing boot. r 2 98 Pr. 1 oo to 500 Girls' Bulk Knit ORLON SWEATERS White only. Moth resistant, quick drying, non shrinkage, no blocking necessary, mildew free, warm and cashmere soft. Coat style and slip over Sizes 7 to 14 OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL CHRISTMAS 5' 'You'll Like The friendly Service at Wallace's" A.A.U.W. Christmas Boll 1 Mon., Dec. 22 I at the § Terp Ballroom |

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