The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 18, 1958 · Page 8
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 8

Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, December 18, 1958
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« AU&?!M (M,^* ^ HfftAID Thursday, DM. 18, 195ft Miss Rita Allen Becomes Bride of Lowell R, Moen Miss Rita Alton, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Irvlti Allen, Belllngham, Wain., and Lowell R. Moen, son of Mrs, Mturte Moen, 702 Prospect, were married Sunday at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church. The Rev. L. W. Sehlerenbeck performed the double-ring ceremony at 2 p.m. Miss Joan Scnnelder, Albert Lea, was soloist, accompanied by Miss Vivian Unseth, Albert Lea. Given in marriage by her grandfather, Earl Warner, the bride wore a floor-length gown of white taffeta with lace inserts. A crown of net and seed pearls held her veil and she wore a pearl necklace, a gift from the groom. She carried a Bible covered with feathered white carnations, a white or- M.'i: . . \; !;,•!,,'• r» Mrs. cimide Bump was matron TJraoger. Mrs. .Tmv si<i iwo.xi. of honor. Mrs. Chester Hoeper. Miss Shirlev M M ,, N - / sister of the groom, nnd Miss Judy » rtK __ .,' . \ , .; H^»*r nt*™ *f fh. .ww™ *.,: ' T ° hnSW - M »- J ° lm Lonn * nnd i Hoeper, niece of the groom, were. (bridesmaids, they wore gowns ofi Mrs> Keith Jacobson were in Ired velveteen with white fur head- charge of the « ifts and Miss Della jbands and muffs with rd feather- !BrugRcman ' the guest book ' fed carnations, their pearl chok-! ^ r - nnd Mrs - Mo * n will be at, ers were gifts fr>m the bride. nome in Northfield after a tripj Paul Wangsness. Milwaukee, attended his cousin as bestmafl and Chester Hoeper and Claude Bump through western Minnesota. Thei bride has been employed at the, Austin Stnte Bank and'the groom j Is with the Stnte Bank ol Norlh- * *• | • ' were groomsmen. Ushers were Willard Clement and Edward Cle-i ment, Decorah, Iowa. iDt.kl;* C i Mrs. Warner, grandmother of PubllC E ™P<OyeS thebride, wore a dress of navy blue Strike Over Solorv wool with accessories to match y |and the groom's mother wore a SUPERIOR, Wis. (AP> -The I midnight blue crepe two-piece! 79 employes of the city's public | dress with white accessories. Their- j works division have voted to strike i corsages were of pink Sweetheart r ° S ' over dissatisfaction wtih the 1959 . .. .,. i salary scales offered by the conn- A reception was held in Fellow- i c j] ship Hall of the church with Mrs. j Richm-d Erickson. b u s i ness jKarl Pedcrsen, Hartland, Minn..|agent for Local 444, Stale, County as hostess. Mrs. Robert Warner j and Municipal Employes Union, ; and Mrs. Keith Beckel poured and!said no date for the walkout was .Mrs. Edward Clement and Mrs.;set. He added that the local would iWillard Clement cut the wedding | await possible further action by ;cake. Those who served were Miss!the council in the wage matter. AT WALLACE'S OPEN NIGHTS 'TIL CHRISTMAS Berean Class Meets for Party Die Berean Class held a Christmas party Wednesday night at the First Baptist, Church. Mts. Richard Porterfleld led the opening prayer after which Walter Tomhave read the Christmas Story and Gordon frogdall sang several selections. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krull, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Whitaker, Mr. and Mrs. Tomhave. Kooys Entertain Berean Class PERSONAL NOTES Mrs. Paul Pedersen, Austin Rt. 3, has returned home from St. Marys Hospital, Rochester. The Royal Neighbors of Lyle reelected all officers at the Christmas party Saturday. Mrs. V. C. Pike, Brownsdale, its a patient at St. Olaf Her room v number la 148. Clifford Thaden, LeRoy, is a patient at St. Olaf Hospital after suffering a heart attack. Virgil Pack, 932H Lansing, is a patient at St. Marys Hospital, Rochester, room 1-221. and Mrs. Herman Kooy! Connie Jo shan *. lnf «>«t da«gh- of the Church of Christ entertain-| ter ot Mr - and **«• Robert Shane, ed the Berean Class at a Christ- iTaopi, is ill with pneumonia at mas dinner party, Wednesday. ner home. Films were shown and thej Mr , and Mrg Walter pik Qt . Kooys presented each guest with: rant , W£re honored ' with y^STJlrVSrS !iSf s?i"» L "° «*parsonage. ; V ersary Assisting Mrs. Kooy in serving merly of Austin. Mrs. T. J. Lund, 300 S. Chatham, will go to the Twin Cities this week to spend the holidays with frteflda. After Jan. 1, she will go to Ionia, Mich, for an extended sidy with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mri. D. F. Prinz, When you dust your books, make sure that you wipe the edges away from the binding. This way, you keep the dirt out of the back bind ing. . Bernard 'Jacob Hostess to Unit St. Anthony Unit met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Bernard JacoB,". Highway 218 North. ' ' Recitation of Rosary was fed by Mrs. Thomas Forstner. A Christ' mas party followed with prizes awarded to Mrs. Frank Nelson, Mr«. BuriKtte Larson, Mrs. Roman Relsch and Mrs. Gene Enright. Door prizes were awarded to MM. Fred Ondrlck and Mrs. Richard Burzinski, The next Meeting will be with Mrs. Howard Bellrlchard, 706 Wai* nut, AT \AIAI I A ^|"/ nannette's anni ' dinner were Mrs. Leon Vlasaty, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith and Mrs. Wesley Crowder, Mrs. Fredj Bradley and Mrs. W. C. Smith, Wead and Miss Arlene Dunlap. |400 S. Second, left today to spend HOLIDAY FASHIONS « for party-going tddkffen AI WALLACE S i& MR. AND MRS. DONALD PERCIVAL Miss Colleen Hinkson, |l ! Donald J. Percival <jOur Savior Guild IjCircle Meetings , circles of our savior's Lutheran Marriage Announced CLEARANCE WOMEN'S WEAR Missionary Guild held sessions j(. Wednesday. ESTHER CIRCLE Gifts for Lutheran Welfare in A i Minneapolis were packed when V 1 Esther Circle met at the home of Mrs. Arnold Christianson. The program included group singing of carols, Bible study by Mrs. Leonard Polivka, the Christ•?; mas Story read by Mrs. Christian- „ r ._ ....^ son and worship offering payer! Josephine Percival and Robert j by Mrs. Eldon Norland. Mrs. Leroy Buland will entertain in January. MARTHA CIRCLE - ) M*1\.4V» ttUVA UU11 Martha Circle met at the home] war( j F re jneit A ;of Mrs. Arnold Tangen, 1108 W.' $ ; Allegheney, with Mrs. Walter Anderson f Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hinkson, 2114 Collins, announce the marriage of their daughter, Colleen, f to Donald J. Percival, son of;$ Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. Percival, ^ 511 N. -First. ,$ The wedding took place Dec. 6, ! ^ at the Richard Westby Memorial!*''" Chapel of St. Olaf Lutheran!' Church. ENTIRE STOCK WINTER COATS PRICE! Sizes 7 to 15 and 10 to 20 Juilliard Woolens • Cashmer* Blends Imported Tweeds IIUIU1I. :-• > Attending the couple were Miss'$j SPEC IAL GROUP $19.98 nSPnVlillP PArpival anrl T>s\Vin~4> V''\ _ _ ^ Percival. Ushers were Robert ! Hinkson and David Percival. !;4 After the cferemony, supper was'* served at the home of the bride's 1 ^ >uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed->'•* JUMPERS 1400 KORET VALUES TO $25.98 •cofop*d and * lac* Mffi« to natch cufluf and cuffs. DelieaMr fit. Holly Red or Nona* Nu«. Ttxkfler sfzcc $4.98 ? $ <i i * $ ® ^ ¥ leg-si Studying, coke dating or dancing with a dream boy ... jou just naturally look smarter in Belle-Sharaeer Stocking*! We have walking sheers for classes, dress aheers for dates, dancing sheen for promenading —all in your own personal, perfect fitting Leg-Size. BREV M001TE DUCHESS (purple edge) (green edge) (red edge) for ileader (or «erage- lor tall, or until leg). liu leg«. hrger legi. SiiM 8 to 10H She* 8!£ to 11 Sizes 9H to 11V4 CLASSIC (plain edge) lor largest leg.. Sices «% io ll'i AT WALLACE'S | It's a good idea to change the position of your rugs every few Mrs. Tangen led in devotions months. This distributes wear ^ and worship offering prayer and evenly. '[; Mrs. Elmer Ulland conducted the! § Bible study. Gifts were wrapped! A weak solution of borax or X for a needy family. | baking soda is good for cleaning & The January session will be with i!^ rige ?: at ?'; waUs and ice trays. * Mrs. Henry Rasmussen, 200 N. 13th, |, shou , 1 , d be done once a week V Mrs. Nordeen Tufte, co-hostess. f ° r a really clean "Wgeratw. RACHEL CIRCLE Mrs. C. E. Stoike was hostess *i Rachel Circle and Miss Inez Eg-! <& ^•gerstrom and Mrs. G. C. Knutson'X '••jwere guests. : ^ The program included group sing- ig of Christmas carols with Mrs.; ^|Stoike at the piano. i Mrs. Norman Steuwer led Bible: study and Miss Esther Frost gave ic worship offering prayer. ,« NAOMI CIRCLE ' '' ^| Naomi Circle met with Mrs. Os- jjjlcar Anderson, 1611 Pinecrest. Ml Mrs. Louie Schuster led the Bible 5J5 study and worship offering pray' er was given by Mrs. Glen Hovland. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Harold Westby Jr. You don't have to worry about ;i candles toppling over if you melt i a used stub and put it into the i socket just before inserting your! new candle. To save wear and tear on your ', tablecloths, change the way in which you fold them each time., i This prevents continued, creasing ! in one place. i PAIROFFS18 00 -^ "You'll Like The Friendly Service at Wallace's" ^^N^;^fex^a^^aK>sg;'^iSK; Open Nights Until Christmas ' x<Kaa^agtyy»ia3gBF>»t>jK-^^^^ **^m:<y^ttz>m::m>;m&mz'msim8^^ i ^^ —• •• ' AT WALL ACE'S * *? cinch-bra by Warner's* *s *i/ Watch your midriff disappear |;| under clinging summer fashions, ^ g> Dune easily, but definitely — the secret is • a veil-light elastic front. Yes, the chemise is here but isn't it u'onderful to have a bra to show off your many full-skirted clothes'. We think so — and none could be more beautiful than this Warner cinch-bra. Come in for yours today. 13-25: Sheer nylon. White, $5.95 ONE GROUP EFFANBEE DOLLS 11" to 20" Dancing Dolls and Wedding Dolls 1/2 $ 5 98 3 Banjos 2 only Lone Ranger $ 2" $199 T $ 3 50 Detective Game $ 2 98 Xylophone $175 Mr. Rhee I $149 ELECTRIC STOVES Size . I 50% OFF REGULAR $2.98 TO $9.98 TOY TRUCKS Heavy Equipment - Michigan Shovel, Dump Truck, Fire Engine, Cannons, Cranes, Graders. Built to last a long time! 1 /2 PRICE $5.98 Musical Tops c ,., $2.99 | $2.98 My Piano S1.0C I CAPE CANAVERAL i $5,98 Missile Set $2.99 $9.95 Valentine Doll & Playpen $4.97 $2.00 Plastic TOYS Trains - Trucks Jeeps - Helmets $1.98 Mr. Wriggles Slinky Toy $1.00 $2.98 Swamp Buggy Slinky Toy $1.49 $1.98 Dolly Cradle and Tub Set $1.00 2 A A.U.W. Christmas * tail | Monday, D*. 22 • Terp "You'll Like the Friendly Service at Wallace's" « $ i $ I TOM THUMB Typewriters 3 With Covers Regular $19.95 OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS 2 Without Covers Regular $17.95 . $inoo V Regular $5.98 Children's Toy Pen $2.99 Regular $6.95 Tru Action ELECTRIC BASEBALL GAMES & ELECTRIC BASKETBALL GAMES Now Only .... 349 Rimco Field Sets Pom Pom Guns Satellite Launchers Walkie Talkies Electric Work Shops V2 PRICE I SPECIAL TABLE GIFTWARE '/a PRICE! .•iiV.:^^::.*^:^^,^^,^...^^...;.^,:.^,;.^;

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