The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 18, 1958 · Page 6
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MR. AND MRS. ROBERT ARMSTRONG Jane Haase, Robert L. Armstrong Speak Vows at Methodist Church Before a setting of scarlet poin- carried a white polnsettia sur settles and candelabra at the rounded by holly. First Methodist Church Wednes«**»**• *•**. vuvrvuu* 'WUhU wl* TT CUIICQ* • •«••»•• ^t* * f wuotiii u due AJCV day, Miss Jane Elizabeth Haase kel, cousin of the bride, wore a became the bride of Robert L. dress of scarlet velveteen and car Armstrong. ..The bride is the daughter of Lynn Armst rong, nephew of the Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Haase, 1211 Sr°° m ' wa * ringbearer. N. Fourth, and the groom's par ents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong, 1105 W. College. The • .u *uuv* wu^y JL^VW *v • VlSUCKv* All^ ** w » • J •* v/»***o«l* VT CIO ICi UUillDlIlClll* double-ring ceremony was per- Ushers were Otto Volkert and Char- •* : -* l^u JJL. _. T^^. ***•!•• _ . . * !*... % rli._l. _.11 formed by -the Rev. WUJiam J. Campbell at 8 p.m. Mrs. Otto Volkert, rister of the groom, was soloist, accompanied by Harold Westby Jr. at the organ. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her floor- length gown of white bridal taffeta was fashioned with an empire bodice accented with lace points, long sleeves, a button closing at the back, square neckline and bouffant skirt. Her tiny crown of seed pearls and her fingertip veil of illusion net were gifts of her godparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Sando, Minneapolis. She carried a white prayerbook covered with scarlet poinsettias. Miss Karen Haase, St. Paul, attended her sister as maid of honor. Miss Jan Fennell was bridesmaid. .They wore ballerina-length gowns of scarlet velveteen styled with princess lines, square necklines, short sleeves', and front hemline bows. Their headpieces and accessories also were scarlet and each mtmne wtth ... a Gift Certificate from Margarets. Every girl from 8 to 80 will especially welcome a gift of a high- fashion, ityled-rlght permanent, designed for •ach individual personality with easy • to - care- fer curls and waves. Cer- ,tifl«ate« can be gotton at any time for any amount. As flower girl, Susan Jane Bec- ried a white poinsettia nosegay. A brother of the groom, Charles A. Armstrong, was bestman and Jerry Johnson was groomsman. les Mitchell. Mrs. Haase wore a champagne cocktail dress with a scarlet cummerbund and scarlet poinsettia corsage. Mrs. Armstrong's sheath dress was of light blue lace over taffeta and her corsage was a white poinsettia. A reception was held in Wesley Hall at the church with Mrs. Albert Nelson as hostess. Mrs. Truman Thompson, Racine, and Mrs. F. M. Farnsworth served the wedding cake as Mrs. 0. M. Sando, Minneapolis, and Mrs. William Lange, Evanston, 111., poured. Others who served were Miss Sharon Dopita, Miss Bette Lee, Miss Judy VanCamp and Miss Sharon Everson. Miss Sara Sathre received the gifts and Miss Rosemary Kannady was in charge of the guest book. Miss Barbara Camm served at the punch bowl. The bridal toast was proposed by 0. M. Sando-. For travel, the bride selected a black suit with scarlet accessories and a poinsettia corsage. After a southern honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong will be at home at 902 Gleason. They are graduates of Austin High School and the groom is associated with his father at the Armstrong Phillips Service Stations. evening. byterian Guild, Wednesday. ed slides of her trip to Alaska. Mrs. David Rachel was a guest, in April. A-AU5TIN (Minn.) HERALD Thur«cffiy, 19, 1958 NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS THURSDAY WSCS GROUP 20 will meet with Mrs. Edward Kehret, Austin Rt. 3, for a 7 o'clock potluck dinner. MARY IMMACULATE Unit will meet in the evening with Mrs. William Meany, 302 N. 13th. ST. JUDE Unit will meet in the evening for a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. William Klapperick, Austin Rt. 1. FRIENDSHIP CLUB will meet for a 6 o'clock potluck supper and Ihristmas party at the home of Miss Verna Len2, 1201 N. Sixth. WOMEN OF Moose will meet in the evening at the Moose Home. ST. FLORENCE Unit will meet in the evening with Mrs. Rudolph Uher, 902 Park. ST. PAULA Unit will meet for a 7 o'clock potluck supper and ex- :hange of gifts at the home of Mrs. William Brandenberg, 306 W. Al- legheney. ROSE CREEK PTA will meet in the evening at the school. ST. OLAF Lutheran Guild circles will meet in the evening as 'ollows: CIRCLE 10 at Sterling State Sank community room. Gifts will be exchanged. CIRCLE 12 with Mrs. Arthur Ashley, no McFarland Dr. CIRCLE 17 at the church parlors. CIRCLE 18 with Mrs. Hugo Carlson, 710 Lincoln, exchange of gifts. CIRCLE 21 with Mrs. Rudy Lee, 1909 McKinley. CIRCLE 28 at the third floor reception room of the church. ST. HELENA Unit will meet in he evening with Mrs. Robert Hardwick, 1108 S. Kenwood. SOROSIS CLASS, First Methodist Church, will meet at the home of Mrs. W. J. Campbell, 703 S. Fifth, or a 6:30 picnic supper. ST. BARBARA Unit will meet n the evening with Mrs. Robert Kasak, 800 Freeborn, for guest night. ST. DOMINICA Unit will meet n the evening with Mrs. Bernice Krueger, 904 Moscow. ST. MARY Unit will meet in the evening with Mrs. James Wempe, 1311 W. Allegheney, for a 7 o'clock potluck supper. VFW AUXILIARY Past President Club will meet for a 6:30 Christmas dinner at the Dinner Bell. WSCS GROUP 19, First Methodist Church, will meet in the evening with Mrs. David Dana, 509 N. Millfield. Christmas Music on Club Program A Christmas program was presented for the Philomathian Club Wednesday afternoon at the clubrooms. Mrs. R. J. Knauer introduced eighth and ninth grade girls of Queen of Angels School who sang carols and there were selections jy a trio, Donald Sucha, Thomas Walsh and Timothy McAnanny. Mrs. W. F. McKallor gave a reading ols. in the singing of car- 1fce groom's parents entertain- Mrs A L ^fitter I nff ed at a bridal dinner Tuesday ' ' :>QTTerlOTT Entertains at Party Mrs. A. L. Satterloff, Highway 16 West, entertained the Dexter Floral Club at a Christmas party and luncheon Tuesday. Games and contests provided Presbyterian Circle Meets for Supper Mrs. Robert Rysavy and Mrs *•"*•**•«*•» ****14 \f\J*tli\*a*if £74 UV114CU Oliver Anderson were hostesses to entertainment and prizes were Circle Nine of Westminster Pres- awarded Mrs. A. Root, Mrs. E. Deyo, Mrs. S. Nicholsen, Mrs. W. A potluck supper was served at L. Hedegard and Mrs. E. H. the Rysavy home, 1710 McKinley, Swanson. Miss Edna Lane receiv- and Christmas gifts were ex- ed the door prize and gifts were changed. Miss Edna Luhde show- exchanged. The next meeting will be held DIM HE 7-3173 FOR APPOINTMENT EACH MOtNINO OPEN «t | A. M. OPEN TUfSDAY and THURSDAY NIGHTS Margarets PERMANENT WAVE $HOP Your LUZIER Cosmetic Consultant Ctmtr tf 0r*Mwldi Jacqueline watches ijou/t do&rfcuj wood 1Q95 rfgfitar arista* Vinyl ft* tinting to MlA ywrdraam^oloraddreti. Sigma Phi Holds Holiday Party Members of Xi Kappa Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, entertained their husbands and friends at a Christmas dinner party Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bliss R. Cleveland, Austin Acres. Following a turkey dinner, there was group singing of carols and cards were played. Prizes were awarded Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Larson, Mrs. D. 0. Siverson, Mrs. Gene Kelly, Walton Johnson and Bliss Cleveland.. Gifts were exchanged. The committee included Mrs. Donald LaValley, Miss Corrine Lawrence, Mrs. Robert Poshusta, Mrs. Robert Morem, Mrs. Cleveland Miss Pat Erdman. j Ice Skating Instruction; is Offered Intermediate and Senior Scouts Skating instruction for intermediate and senior Girl Scouts will be offered each Saturday morning at the lagoon, beginning this week. Sessions will be held from 11 a.m. to noon with Warren Kane, instructor. He will be assisted by Mrs. Kane, Ellen Butler and Barbara Berven. The instructors volunteer their services and there is no charge for the lessons. Mrs. Roland Young, executive director, said today that scouts may work toward the skating badge by attending the classes. No sessions will be held when the temperature is lower than 10 degrees above zero. Holiday Party at Hellahd Home A Christmas patty was held by the RNA Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Herman Holland, 81ft N, Second. Presented by Mrs. Ray Rogers, the program Included "Christmas Custom! in Other Countries," read by several members; carols sung by Jeanne and Julie Sauer; guitar and vocal numbers by Timothy Sauer; group singing of carols, accompanied by Lois Helland. After gifts were exchanged, lunch was served. Mrs. Charles Bell and Mrs. Victor Pickett were in charge of preparing baskets for shut-ins. The pencil industry uses about anc j 2,250,000 pounds of rubber a year for erasers. The woman who has a way with a casserole has a good chance of controlling her food budget. Casserole dishes turn leftovers Into treats, make small amounts of meat go a long way. Patricia Cornelius and Dale F. Orum Will Wed Jan. 10 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cornelius, LeRoy, announce the engagement of their daughter, Patrlola Lee, to Dale F. Orum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Orum, Chester, Iowa. The wedding will take place Jan. 10, at the Lutheran Church, LeRoy. Potluck Supper Served Spam Post A potluck supper preceded the Christmas party held by Spam Post Wednesday evening at the American Legion Club. Members discussed welfare gifts. Mrs. Robert Bacmgart was in charge of the dinner and door prize was awarded Miss Margaret Emery. Missionary Society Holds Yule Party The Christmas Story was react in unison at .ft meeting of Grace Baptist Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon at the church parlors, Group singing of carols was led by Mrs. Earl Brown and Mrs. 0. H. Coddlngton spoke on "Living Closer to God." Members of Group Three served refreshments. Faith EUB Circles Hold Joint Meeting Martha and Dorcas Circles of Faith EUB Church held a joint meeting at the home of Mrs. Arnold Victor, Wednesday. Mrs. Lloyd Jensen read a Christmas story, carols were sung by the group and gifts exchanged, revealing secret pals. Crusader Class Party at Todd Home The Crusader Clan of the Church of Christ held a Christmas party Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence fodd. The Christmas Story Was read and there were poems and articles by Mrs. Earl Beckel, Mrs. Wayne Dlllavou, Mrs. Jack Adams, Mrs. Elmer Bagley, Mrs. Oren Blabaum, Mrs. C. E. Brugger and Mrs. Delia Day. Pastor Herman Kooy led the singing of carols. A gift was presented Mti. Howard Hall, class teacher, and Lawrence Todd Offered prayer. The next meeting will be at the Earl Beckel home. A little ammonia mixed with fresh water will act as a deodorizer. Allow the mixture to stand In a bowl overnight in the room or closet that needs refreshening. win applause 100 to '50 Short gloves, long gloves and long, long gloves... she needs them all, this Christmas, and we have them ... in creamy double-woven cottons, nylons and wool knits. Come in and choose! beautiful beautiful Fashionable slim bags in sumptious suedes, fine leathers, broadcloth and plastics priced from 2 98 to 15 95 plus tax For a thoughtful remembrance and a wonderful addition to every gift and card, choose handkerchiefs. To make your choice easy, we've a magnificent selection. give her fabulous jewelry The "real look" in glitter"gay jewels" — rings, bracelets, earrings, "golden" chains and necklaces. 00 ro c; 00 v all sizes, styles and so pretty All the hits of the panty parade are here for successful giving ... styles from briefs to trunks, tailored or **• trimmed, in all sizej. 89 C to 3 00 Gift House On Our Main Floor for Christmas Colorful underpinnings make wonderful gifts for under the tree. From our selection, full fashioned stretch tights for all sizes, in lovely variety of colors. Red, black, royal blue. Q98 Open Evenings Til 9 Until Christmas

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