a AUSTIN rwtnrt i UNSAID Rebekuhs Plonmnq W*df»o»dey, Dor 17, '58 ^ Christmas Party Hospital Personnel | P1ans for ft chrislms Guests at Party party jwere made by Esther Rebeknh j Lodge Monday night at the IOOF Mrs. Robert fcaittngart, 1910! Hall. Clark, entertained st • Christmas party for the personnel of the second floor at St. Olaf Hospital, A politick luncheon was served fit noon and Mrs. Ernest Nelson poured. Mr*. Louis Qoctsch was in charge of entertainment. Instead ot exchanging gifts, the guests contributed to the Austin Association for Mentally Retarded Children. TAKE YOUR CHOICE A wedding reception may be a The party for Rebekahs, Odd Fellows and their families will be held this evening at the 100P Mall with Mrs. J. B. Steen, Mrs. James Schradle and Mrs. Neil Klingman, hostesses. A Christmas gift was sent Mrs. Louise Hathaway at the IOOF Home in Northfield and Mrs. Orrin Bowlby honored those observing birthdays, Mrs. Alvin C. Hanson, Mrs. L. W. Mitchell, Mrs. E. C. Hewitt, Mrs. Irving Machacek. Lunch was served by Mrs. Ros- EX £!1^ N £ E formal dinner. Mrs. Henrietta Jeffers. .. „ .-„,..„ ., „„ ., . - L , lea buffet, a lunch, breakfast oncoe Dial. Mrs. Hildur Morse and and Mrs - Richard Nagel, who ' •• -- • i were married Dee. 6, will j make their home on a farm, j n e a r Rose Creek, after a trip to St. Croix, Wis. The wedding took place at the Baptist Church, Robbinsdale. The bride is the former Lois Taylor, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. John D. Taylor, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nagel, Austin Rt. £. RECIPE SHOWER A shower that any bride will love is a recipe shower. Let each guest bring their favorite recipe i PERSONAL NOHY Mrs. Thomas McFarlane is receiving treatment at St. Olaf Hos- pitil, LeRoy Koch is rtcuperatlng at Methodist Hospital, Rochester. f nl- j lowing surgery. His room numbsi is 303. Mrs. Alfred Myhre. Grand Meadow, was hostess to the Past Presidents Parley. American Legion Auxiliary, Saturday evening. Willard (Si) Simonson, Grand Meadow, underwent surgery Saturday at St. Marys Hospital, Rochester. His room number is 3-256. David Martin observed his 12th birthday at a party Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Martin, Lyle. Cosmetic Counter 1866 Austin NUTTIEST — Hailed as the The Growing Oaks Club mem- pretriest diplomat in •rs, drove to Lime Springs, Iowa d • Senora Virginia Galle- Monday for a Christmas party at - - _. » _. the home of Mrs. Raymond Saltou. Boyd Conley, and C. W. Blake, Wadena, M i n n., attended the rank of minister by her coun- Moen • Allen wedding Sunday at! try. Her job? Sell tea-loving gos of Costa Rica. The 39- year-old mother of two teen- St. Paul's Lutheran Church. The Lyle School faculty was entertained at dinner and a Christmas party Monday at the Old Mill. Mrs. Meta Lageson and Mrs. Lila Mathison were in charge of arrangements. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Schroeder, Lyle, will leave Thursday for Fort and the dish or utensil in which! Stcwart - Ga - to j Britons on the merits of coffee. Couples Club Holds Christmas Party The Couples Club of Grand Meadow Congregational Church held its Christmas party at the Lyle Dettloff home Sunday. Supper was the holi- served after which the Dettloffs Christmas Party Eagles Auxiliary for Sewing Club j Conducts Initiation The VFW Auxiliary Sewing Club met Tuesday afternoon tor a Christmas party it the home of Mrs. Norbert Narveson. Mrs. Glaus Brandt, Mrs. LeRoy NftSI *nd Mrs. James Cahlll were assisting hostesses. Prizes were wow by Mrs, "Mabel Blaiskey, MM. Betty Fiala and Mrs. Lyle Tat«. Octo Club Meets at Blanchard Home Mrs. Roscoe Blanchard, Woodhaven, was hostess to the Octo Club at * Christmas party, Tuesday evening. Gifts were exchanged after which 500 was played. Prizes were won by Mrs. Lyle Tate and Mrs. Maurice DeMets, a guest. Mrs. Elmer Meister received the door prize. EASY DOES IT Some time or other during the coming months you are likely to want to shell pop corn. Rub an ear of it up and down on a wash board placed over a dish pan to shell it easily. It is wise to wear a glove when doing this so as to not bruise your knuckles. Five candidates wert initiated by the Stfttet Auxiliary Tutsday night it the FOE Hall, the new members iff Mrs. Robstt tiwson Jr., Mrs. Otto Lensch, Mrs, Ken* neth G. Williamson, Mrs. Donald Aaby and Mrs. Olive C. Shumach- ef, A letter ns received from Mrs, Ross Schmidt, chairman of the state committee for Father Cas- aldy'e Boys' Home on the Range, Sentinel Butte, N. D. .Minnesota memben contributed $427 to the project last year and are liming to give at least $500 this year... Committee reports were made by Mrs. Wayne Matti, Mrs. Jack Chaffee, ind Mrs. Harold Miller. Attendance prize was awarded Mrs. Nicholas.Yunker and door prize, Mrs. Joseph Schaefer. Bingo was played and prizes won by Mrs. Fran Svejkovsky, Mrs. Thomas Webber and Mrs. Earl Warner. Lunch was served by Mrs. Lula Olstad, chairman, Mrs. Harold Miller, Mrs. John Montgomery, Mrs. Kenneth Nihart, Mrs. Lloyd Nelson. Mrs. Elsie Perl announced a meeting of officers and com' mittees Jan. 6, preceding the re* ular session. Friendly 24 Hold Christmas Party the friendly 24 Club held a Christmas ptfty Tuesday at the home of M«. Vlctorf fcffitry, Ant- tin Acres. A turksy dinner w*s served and gifts Wets exchanged by secret pals. Gifts wsre sent to Mrs. Catherine Clementson, Roy Brown tnd Mrs. Maude Bmbrickson, f former member who is at the La- Cltif Rest Home. A card of thinks was sent to the Hiram Jensen family for IS received. The next meeting will be Jan. 20, with Miss Clara Jensen, Austin Rt. 3. High School Girls Hold Style Show Rose Creek High School girls of the seventh, 10th and 12th grades modeled clothes they had mad* in the home economics project, under the direction of Mrs. Leland Engen. The style show was held Friday evening at the school. The juniors provided entertainment and there were vocal aolos by Karol Bendtzen and Joann Brown. The freshmen served lunch. St. Olof Circle 31 at Siverson Home Mrs. 8* 0. Sivetton, Medary Rotd, m* BestesS to CifCl* 3t, Si. Olftf Luthtoan Guild, TtrtSday, by Mrs. Robert ftrwin. Metftfters reported on thi candy After Bible study Mrs. Slvwton, Mrs. Jam** ffesst play ed piano SftlecUoni and there wai group tinging of Chriitmas carols. •f Chrittmoi Shop of Errhtr of TNI Furnrhirt Stortt W Jttefc^ AB^A ^*Ut4 «_^*^ ^^^^^^ Ttno TTW yen yov wow* * DOWNTOWN .^ 4 * STRUNG *. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS to make it. As the bride uses these in the i days to come after her marriage she will recall the friends who gave them to her. This is a show- I er that does not cost very much and yet is as useful as can be. i BETTER IDEA i The wise hostess is one who Hikes to use originality when entertaining. Why not try this t h e next time you are givng a mother-to-be a baby shower? Instead of giving her the usual lot of small gifts for the new baby, give her one large gift. Consul' the guests first. This way the honoree may receive a play pen, high chair, or even a gift certificate to have baby's first picture made at a studio. days with their son and daughter- in-law, Chaplain and Mrs. Clifford Schroeder Jr. and son, Steven Clifford. Mrs. Melvin Peterson, Highway 218 South, has returned from Fort Stewart, where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Schroeder and family. FREEZER You can prevent water pipes from freezing by mixing equal parts of glycerin and melted par rafin and painting the exposed pipes with it. showed slides of Japan taken by their son, who is stationed there. Members exchanged gifts. St. Martha Unit Meets for Luncheon AT WALLACE SHOW HER YOU CARE WITH GIFTS TO WEAR St. Martha Unit met at the home M of Mrs. Melvin Doering, 503 S. i* Franklin, Tuesday. She was assist- U ed by her daughter, Miss Donna 1* Doering. 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