The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 16, 1958 · Page 7
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Santa Clous Visits WCOF Juyenrlfes SANfA ttsWttetfed 80 Members of the Catholic Order of foresters, Sunday aftefftoon at fit Peter'* whdoi tail, fc* A ChristmM play, "flie born King," was given with Miss Dorothy Majfttu, juvenile direfc tor, in charge. Members of the cast were James and Nicholas Ma jerui, Susan Sohammel, Thomas and Janet Schammel, David Schmidt, Jeanne Thill, Karen Fink, and Richard Schnorenberg An accordion selection was play ed by Mary Reagen and the aud ience joined in singing Christmas carols. % PRICE On a Wide Variety of JEWELRY and GIFTS JANE'S Drapery t Gift Shop N Main Auttin Sometimes It Pays to Be a Girl Reporter; She Married Greg Peck By fiOROTHY ROE AP Women's fiditor HOLLYWOOD, .Calif, (AP) Sometimes It pays to be a girl reporter, says Veronique Peck, who met her famous husband Gregory while Interviewing him for a Paris newspaper. "It was the longest Interview on record," says the dynamic and strictly French Veronique. "Now t have Gregory and two beautiful babies, and I do not worry about headline hunting any more. "I do not worry about the women who write mash notes to my husband either, or even about the beautiful stars to whom' he makes hot love on the screen. Sometlmes_ I give hini pointers to improve' his technique, elates this." I think he appre- One look at Veronique explains why she does not worry about the blandishments of other women. In the quiet, comfortable Peck home in Brentwood, surrounded by French Normandy antiques, the young Mrs. Peck is beautiful even when she is attired in slacks and shirt, with her short blonde hair as tousled as a little boy's. Though she looks like a ferhme fatale, Verrmique has the philosophy of a good, French wife, "t like to make a good home, a solid home," says this glamorous housewife. "Mere we have great privacy, for Hollywood has become the quietest town In the world. People stay at home." Married 195S Veronique and Peck were married in 19SS, after Peck's divorce from bis first wife. The young bride inherited a ready-made family—Gregory's three sons by the first marriage: Jonathan, 14, Stephen, 12, and Carey Paul, 10. The family group now has been Increased by two: Anthony, 2, and Cecilia, 6 months old. The three older boys are devoted to their stepmother, and she Her Relatives, Are Freeloaders Deanna Bustad and Keith Schewe Exchange Vows ft? ANN LANDERS Dear Ann Landers: Sometimes you give excelten* advice, Other times you sound like a Knucklehead". The latest example of fttm- ckle-headism was your advice to "Had It." You told her to leave her relatives a- If you can't along with (quoth the Landers) "then learn to get without Believe me, Ann, I'd like nothing better than to rela- alone. .But do you say' t» that? — tip To HERE Deaf U.T.H.: 1 say put on yttur bulltt-pfoof vest — you are a relative to them. If you permit these freeloaders to pile in on you day after day, week after week, yeat after year —without so much ts a hello or a goodbye or a drop dead — then it's you who is a knuckle-head, not me. People who let themselves geti Ann Landers how can I when they won't leave me alone? t I haven't been inside by bro- is legion.,- OIFT-"RAPPED" year friend • Old who Dear Ann: Our 17 daughter lias a girl stops for her on the way to school every morning. Betsy comes straight to the breakfast table and makes herself right at home. Both my husband and I find their incessant chatter nerve-wracking. I've asked my daughter to tell Betsy to please wait in the living room since she doesn't seem to kicked around and abused, then know £ Bt tmm " ke cry buckets because people take advantage of them, get no sympathy, from me. If you're "Up To Here," don't just lie there. . , say something. Dear Ann: I would like to comment on your reply to Hattie — i the woman who complained be- ther's home for three years. Yet'cause her husband didn't remcm vacy. She says it would be an in suit, and that her girl friend would get mad at her. My husband is disgusted with the whole thing. He thinks Betsy is ill-manneeed and should be told. Oan you help? — PUZZLED MOTHER he and his fat wife and their three lavishes love, advice and French I kids come over almost ev ery Sunday (at dinner time). My mother- lessons on them. With her own wo babies, she behaves like a modern and strictly streamlined mother, complete with coos and and frequent remarks such Of Open Tonite 'til 9 the Of Christmas Famous Hattie Carnegit colognes makes beautiful scents for Christmas gifts. Carnegie Pink, Carnegie Blut, Carnegie Beige In two ounce bottle*, attractively packaged. 2.00*. tcctuortts — main floor juit say "charge it please" magnificent s: i "Did you ever see such a sweet nd good baby? Or one so beauti- ul?" Planning Trip In January the Peck family- Mom, Pop, the two babies, a secretary, a French nursemaid and a French cook — will emplane for Australia, where Peck will co-star with Ava Gardner and Fred As- aire in a movie version of the rest - selling novel, "On the Jeach." They will be on location n Melbourns for at least four months — and Veronlque intends to do it in comfort. Veronique designs her own clothes and has them executed by her own dressmaker, but she has no aspirations to become a professional designer. She says: "I have the greatest career any woman could ever want — that of a wife and mother. I believe this Is a fulltime job worthy of the best talents a woman has." Young Matrons Meet for Holiday Dinner , Forty-nine members of the Young Matrons Club were present for the Christmas dinner served Monday evening at the YWCA. Tables were decorated in a holiday theme. Mrs. Edon Norland, Mrs. Lester Hanson and Mrs. William Hartman were dinner chairmen and Mrs. George Manning and Mrs. John Crist were in charge of the program. There were selections by the ninth grade triple trio, a Christ- Aas reading by\Mrs. Crist, exchange of gifts and group singing of carols, accompanied by Mrs. Gladys Emerson, organist. in-law is a regular boarder three times a week, rain or shine. She lives two blocks away and I swear she can smell a roast from that distance. She hasn't had me for a meal in five years —says her ,stove is broken. I have two nieces whose mother is too sick (spelled L-A-Z-Y) to fix them lunch. The school is three blocks from me so I have them five days a week. No one ever says hello, goodbye, thank you, or drop dead. 1 get no help with the dishes. They never bring so much as a wiener. Sometimes I think the only solu- ion is to shoot all relatives. What Catherine Bouscein and James Kval! Wed at Racine Church Miss Catherine Boucsein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Boucsein, Racine, and James Kvall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Holbert Kvall, Grand Meadow, were married Sunday afternoon at the Methodist Church, Racine. The Rev. Harold Clark official- Women consult physicians more often than men, especially at the ages of 15 through 44, reports the Health Information Foundation. IX/logncrvox Stereophonic High Fidelity MORE VALUE PER DOLLAR! double-ring ceremony altar decorated with ed at the before an candelabra and bouquets of white and red flowers. The soloist, Miss Marjorie Glover, was accompanied by Miss Eleanor Evans. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white Rosepoint lace over satin with a fitted bodice and long sleeves. She carried a bouquet of red roses and white mums. Miss Barbara Boucsein, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Miss Delia Kvall, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. They wore gowns of aqua nylon and carried red and white mums. Berlyn Tieg and Arnold Stoltenberg attended the groom. At the reception following the ceremony, Mrs. Joseph Anderson poured and Mrs. Gordon Dathe and Mrs. Arnold Stoltenberg cut he wedding cake for 175 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Kvall will make their home in Stewartville. Christmas Party for LS to B of LFE Mrs. Leonard Ulwelling, 205 N. Fifth, entertained the LS to B of LFE at a Christmas dinner party Monday evening. Following dinner, gifts were exchanged and cards were played. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Elling Olson, Mrs. Ulwelling and Mrs. Vernon Thompson. her her birthday or anniversary. ttoW right you were, Ann, when you told her to quit moaning, that such things aren't really important. And how courageous of you to take this stand. Gift-giving has become a sacree. cow. To suggest that it's not really important, in this day of ultra-commercialism, is suicide. My husband never forget a single birthday, anniversary or holiday. And there were plenty of flowers and boxes of candy in between. I found out after 18 years of marriage that he had women everywhere. His gifts were only gimmicks to cover a guilty conscience. The best gift a husband can give his wife — plain old loy ally, I never had. And my name Brotherhood. Joins WSWS for Party A combined meeting of the Women's Society of World Service and the brotherhood was held Sunday at Faith EUB Church parlors. A potluck supper was followed by program of music. There were selections by the junior choir accompanied by Mrs. Floyd Mathison, an instrumental quartet, Barbara Saholt and Mean Ziemer, violins, Dana Lillie, clarinet and Janet Lewison, flute, under the direction of Mrs. A. Ziemer, and class students played instruments they had made. A film was shown and an offering taken for the Otterbein Home. A candlelight service was conducted by the Youth Fellowship. BOYS LIKE PANCAKES If you want to entertain a number of your teen - age son's boy friends at your house simply give them apancake breakfast, lunch or supper. Whoever saw a twelve or fourteen year old boy that wasn't hungry or one that didn't like pancakes, especially in the. winter time? Dear Puzzled Mother: Betsy is* {ashloned wlth fl 8abr ina neckline, ill-mannered, and she should be fnt et j ;old. Give your daughter two days in which to tell her. If she fails, greet Betsy at the door, hand her a couple of magazines and say "Make yourself comfortable in The Richard Westby Memorial Chapel of St. Olaf Lutheran Church Saturday, was the scene of the marriage of Miss Deanna Bustad and Keith Schewe. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ing void Bustad, Austin Rt. 3, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Schewe, Oakland Rt. 1 The Rev. Arthur L. Swenson performed the double-ring cere mony and Ralph Marnesk played the nuptial music. The soloist was Mrs. Romona Drake A gown of Miramist crystal rayon with Rosepoint lace and pearls was worn by the bride. It was Canton, Auxiliary Hold Dinner Party Sixty members and guests attended the family Christmas party held by Austin Canton and Au*il- iary Saturday night at the 100F Hall. A turkey dinner was served by the past presidents with Mrs, Martin Jensen and Mrs. J. W. Me- Laughlin, chairmen. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. E> mer McRoberts, Mr. and Mrs. Don- aid McGillivray Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Whiteside, LeRoy, Mr. and Mrs. Clare McRoberts and Karen, Rochester; Mr. and Mrs."George Hogan, Preston; Mrs. Olive Wilkerson, Plymouth, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Burroughs, Rose Creek. Mrs. Gerhard Hellen and Mrs. Lydia Cllngman were in charge of the list of gifts presented by San- !t. AUSTIN (Minn.) HtRAlB Dee. 16, a Glaus after which there wal ?roup singing of caroW, janied by Mrs. Ot0rgi The next meeting win bt 6. FOR RENT 5 l*dro«m Httttte htattf I** eaftd and suitable far forfe- iflf tlrftrlr eteftM wMi boeri and ream, er ««M b« meeV Info e duplex. Alto 4 ream furnlthtd dtwiu ttofrt apartmtnt, City SfMfJi heat. INQUIRE IN PERSON 411 No. River St. Reid The Classified Ads. three-quarter sleeves and waltz-length skirt. Her shoulder-length veil was held with a crown of net and pearls and she! carried a colonial bouquet of red' roses and white carnations with! the living room, please. Mary streamers of Sweetheart roses. , will be with you when she finishes, MiM Kathleen Downs was' maid! her breakfast." If alcohol is robbing you | of honor wearing a waltz-length or |gown of powder blue chiffon with someone you love of health and dignity, send for Ann Landers' new booklet, "Help For The Alcoholic," encldsing 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.) Miss Jean Jennison and Thomas Jenkins to Wed Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jennison, Riceville, announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jean, to Thomas Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jenkins, Chariton, Iowa. The wedding will take place Saturday at the First Methodist Church, Ames, Iowa. Miss Jennison is a teacher in Ames Public Schools. Her fiance is a senior civil engineering student at Iowa State College and employed by the Iowa Highway Commission. Mother Mary Unit Holds Card Party Members of the Mother Mary Unit entertained their husbands at a card party Saturday evening at the Matthew Adams home, Austin Rt. 2 ' ' Cards were played and prizes awarded Mr. and Mrs. Earl Epley, Edward Schottler, Mrs. Perry Byam and Matthew Adams. a matching headband and short veil. Her colonial bouquet was of red and white carnations and she wore a rhlnestone necklace. Larry Schewe attended his brother as bestman and ushers were Duane Bustad, cousin of the bride, and Jerry Schewe, cousin of the groom. Mrs. Bustad was attired in a mint green £ress with matching accessories and Mrs. Schewe wore a beige dress and accessories to match. Their corsages were of red roses. A reception was held in the Alma Murray reception room of the church following the ceremony. Mrs. Elton Murphy and Mrs. John Ssse cut the wedding cake and Mrs. Herbert Anfenson poured. Miss Donna Brye and Miss Patricia Thorson were in charge of the gifts and Miss Ruth Bustad was at the gues) book. After a short trip, Mr. and Mrs Schewe will make their home on Austin Rt. 3. SHOW THE GIFTS If you do not want to display your bridal gifts at your wedding, it is peraissable to give a tea a few days before the wedding and show them then. To remove a blood stain from a washable fabric, soak in cold water until the stain turns light brown.'Then wash in warm suds. Additional Society (Continued on Page 15) newest Foberge treasure this slender stunning exquisitely-engraved golden jeweler's case that's filled with her favorite perfume luxuriously gift-boxed and ref illable Aphrodisla, Woodhue, Tigress, Act IV or Flambeau purse perfume de luxe 2 drams 5.50 WOLD'S DRUG STORE Cosmetic Counter «i » OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS Advertli:menl Advertisement AdnrttMoMnt COMPLETE 8 SPEAKER STEREO SYSTEM...Only $324,50 Now yon can enjoy music with a dimensional quality that seemingly surrounds you with the performers themselves. This outstanding Stereo phonograph contains four high fidelity speakers including 15" bass, 20-watt dual channel amplifier, Stereo Diamond Pick-up and many other features found only in high priced instruments. The master instrument is designed for use with its matching second channel speaker system or with Magnavox Gold Seal TV for a thrilling new Stereophonic High Fidelity-Television home entertainment .center. In mahogany, oak or cherry color finishes. $11 COO , The Belvedere Hl-n Phonegrtph -^ - £ptlonel extra euperb PM-AM Radio 225 In Hew the Magnavox Stereophonic High Fidelity before you buy \priced as low as $14930 for complete Stereo system. J BACH m CO. Austin Open Evenings Until Christmas Rochester Albert UP Fantasy is a favorite— sheer, flattering nylons be satisfied with anything less than the finwt service available en Television (any make) Small Appliances Television Antennas Both Repair fr New I retaliations Major Appliances Vacuum Cleaners Our Pledge TO YOU women love Every woman appreciates the perfect fit and fashionable colors of our own Fantasy nylons — and they appreciate the value, too. Our full-fashioned nylons, h color-tint* and bask beige tones, sizes 91/a to 11, 1. All Repair Will Be Com- pitted Within 24 Hour* (providing port* ore available). Z. ALL WORK CUARAN- TEIO FOR 30 DAYS. 3. All Mechanics Factory Treliad. . 4. Superior Service — Economical Charge*. mmmmimmm Phone HE 3-2363 CLCCTRIC lr4C 105 E. Oakland, Aw»H«, Conni Colum SEW SHARP I Christmas sewing can take the "edge" off sharp scissors! Lady I know always keeps a piece of sandpaper handy with her sewing supplies. When her scissors need sharpening, she cuts through it « few times. Machine needle is quickly sharpened, too, when she stitches through sandpaper. CLEAN CORNERS Here's a slick trick sent to us by Mrs, J. E. Garvick, St. Paul, Minn.: Trim a whisk broom to a "V" shape. Makes it so easy to get at those hard-to- clean corners on your sofa, stuffed chairs, and floors. A good help in getting the bouse back to normal after the , bustling holiday season f s over FIVE IN ONE one side, horizontally ottxth* other. P. S.: Keep Jack Frost off windshields and windows by nibbing with alcohol, salt water or a cut onion surface. Finish by polishing with a soft cloth. MOCK Oil PAINTING .. Want to make a magazine print look like an oil painting? Mount picture on heavy cardboard. Cover with cheesecloth and fold edges in back and stitch across to hold in place. Cover with a thin coat of clear shellac. Frame, wrap —and it's ready for Christmas. *p*^* box of three 2.90 Building or remodeling? You needn't have multiple installations of separate appliances. All that's required is one single installation! The gas industry's dramatic new appliance concept, the "Multimatic Wall," lets you nave your cooking, refrigeration, laundering, hot water heating and house heating all in one unit. The efficiency, convenience and time-saving features of this handsome "Multimatic Wall" make you the queen of your kitchen. Take Dad Christmas shopping at your local gas company or gas appliance dealer now. WINDOW PAINS Washing both inside and outside of a window? You'll instantly know which side the streaks are on after wiping, if you wipe vertically on HAM SCRAMBLE Quick treat after a day of shopping — this nourishing "Ham Scramble" sent to us by Mrs: Harry Vogt, Council Bluffs, Iowa: Brown 1 small chopped onion and 1 cup cooked rict in 3 Tbsp. shortening. Add 3 beaten eggs and I cup chopped ham or other left-over meat. Fry until eggs set. Serve with crisp salad or fresh apple slices. HEADS Uf»! Have trouble keeping a wid« brimmed hat on during windy Winter weather? Sew a small comb inside toe front part of the crown, (teeth upward). Comb goes through hair without messing it; wind won't disturb your hat MODEST COST 4,000 years ago, the Chinese piped natural gas through hollow bamboo "pipelines." Since then, the gas industry has come a long way. Billions of dollars of pipelines stretch across the country. Years of research and planning have made it one of the largest public utilities. Yet everyone can afford this miracle fuel! Piped by Northern Natural Ga» Company to your local gas company, then into your home...gas is today's perfect servant . . .. completely dependable! © Northern Natural Gas Company, Omaha, Nebraska

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