The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 18, 1958 · Page 14
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Christmas Programs in the Churches CHURCH OP CHRIST ftM P.m. foe, IS Lulllbt - Marty Olson, Jimmy Zylstfi, Karen Cirapbell, Murk Howelll, Jin Hardy, tUtflriy Wolff, Jilt Wilt, Timothy Wise, Elaine Everson, April Rhodes, LuAnn Webber, Brad Hemmer, Suia'n Rector, Deft Houston, Ann Kester. Beginners Department Bftby in a Manger — Son — Wendy Wigant, Linda Weber, Julie Stoike, Cindy .Campbell, Audrey Zylstra, Marcla Stevens, Kerry Rhodes, Steven Houston, Dale Anderson, Larry Fischer, Ralph Bierlen. Recitation — Christmas Tokens Keith Back, Randy Hardy, Brian Flath, Marvin Olson, Michael, En- gelmnn, Ricky Fnrguson. Jesus Loves Me— Nancy Peter son Happy — Jan Hertle Merry Christina* — Mary Jo Brugger How Glad Am I — Mary Hall This Is Christmas — Linda Bierlen A Happy Time — Nancy Rhodes A Wish - Julie McAlister Primary Department, Recitations Just Little — Susie Hall Happy Christmas — Connie Fls cher Happy Birthday — Josie Zylstra In Little Behtlehem — Rebecca Rhodes Be Wise — Linda Bierlen "God's Great Gift to Sinners Brenda Wigant Recitations Gifts — Gary Rector I Would Love to Tell It — Kenneth Sterling Say It — Craig Campbell Big Enough — David Scott Just One Word — Tommy Ferguson Speakin' Piecea — Mel Roy 01- son God's Son — Kim Peterson If - Richard Webber Best of All — Steve Corey Jesus is Born — Joe Johnson CORRECTION THE COKRKT DATI FOR THE FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS AUCTION 301 So. Second St. l» FRI., DEC.19 *2 STINA O. PIKE ESTATE Albmt Hopfe * SOB, A««H. Merry Christmas, Friends — Rotinald dllavou One* Again — Wayne Corey A Star in the Sky <- Rllla Wise, Jar* Everson, Alice Brugger fhe Night of Christ's Birth David Hall, Terry Plath, Lonnis Rhodes, Roger Bierlen, Terry Ferguson, Steve Ames, Randy Stoike. The Christmas Story — Nancy Britt Angel Chant — Beverly Webber A Star for Each — Kathertne McAlister Lights at Christmas — Susie Sterling Recitations of Christmas - Kevin Rhodes, Bruce Sellers, Mark Olson, Dwight Ferguson, Billy Hall, Michael Rector, Herman Zylstra Junior and Intermediate Department ' 7:45 p.m. — Dec. 21 Girls Choir — Carole Hall, Ruth Wigant, Linda Owens, Jean Lew is, Linda Stoiko, Pamela Sellers, Susan Scott, Judy Jarvis, Carole Hogan, Bonnie Anderson t Sally Williams, Linda Reed, Sharon Stevens, Trudie Webber, Karen Shoden, Latisha Hanson, Donna Kie- w'att, Ruth Norman, Betty Stevens, Priscllla Calvert, Joan Norgaard, Patricia Ferguson. A Christmas Pageant — Peace to Earth Mary — Pamela Plath and Carol McAlister Joseph — Danny Wise and Gaylord Johnson Innkeeper — Douglas Webber Angels — Jeanne Hall, Rosemary Doty, Marni Wise, Shepherds — Terry Kooy, Larry Ames, Kim Kunze, Steve Britt Wisemen — Mickey McClary, Wayne Anderson, David McCoy. Ushera — Raymond McAlister, Gary Miller, Tom Britt, Roy Weber, Mike,Olson, David Fischer, Bryce Norman FELLOWSHIP METHODIST Rev. Clare Kwnten, pastor The Incomparable Gift," a pageant in tableau and carols will be presented by Fellowship Methodist Church in Wesley Hal at First Methodist Church at 3:S( p.m. Sunday. The senior choir under the di recUon of Mrs. John Madura wil lead the congregation in caro singing for 15 minutes before th pageant. The pageant is being directed bj Mrs. Guilbert Jarvis and Mrs Keith Halstead. The entire Sunda School, choir and Youth Fellow ship will take par». Narrators wil be Carliene Coogan and Jame Davis. and you give the Finest • A two In MM IndiNlM l*mt •nd small fbu mixing bowls. MIXMASTER HAND MIXCR • Full poww h»n4 raiMf. Pewiritji. $19.50 vwhrt. thumb- MmoiwbU Mri Coav*nl«nt footf «Wa THE BEST GLECTBIC I MlKUVCQMO MAfiC SAtVATKW ARMY 418 E. Bridge 7:30 p.m. Dee. 22, The tree program will be held for the benefit o! the Sunday School children, who will have parts in the program as well as for the children of families who receive the Christmas baskets and Christmas checks. Members of the Salvation Army Advisory Board are sponsoring the program. George Reppe will chair the evening program which has been arranged by Mrs. Blanche Converse, Sunday School director and aided by teachers of the Sunday School. A special feature of the program and of interest to the many children will be the toys, many donated by merchants and other purchased" from the Christmas Cheer Fund The program: Joy To The World followed by Worship In Prayer by the Rev. Carl W. Brown Pastor of First Baptist Church. Introduction of Chairman George Reppe. Chairman's Remarks and presentation of Advisory Board Members. Welcome by Ricky Severson. Merry Christmas by Carrie Fuller. Because by Paul Severson. The Best Gift by Barbara Newman. Song Jingle Bells by Sand Tray Class. To Point The Way by Billy Fuller. Not So Small by Mary Williamson. Cheerful Giving by Billy Newman. I Get Happy by Caroline Getchell. Song Up On The Housetop by The Sand Tray Class. Hours Borg. Mothers Gift by Dorothy Newman. My Secret by Jim Severson. God's Promise by Mary Getchell. Song Silver Bells by The Songsters. God So Loved Me by Gloria Williamson. Wise Men All by Dennis Newman. A Gift For Jesus by Karen Pro- kus. Christmas Everywhere by Susan Wallem. Song Away In A Manger by Sand Tray Class. s All Year Larry Dabmen. The Christmas Season Is Now Here by Linda Barnett. Piano Solo by Richard Holton. Christmas Story by Julie Pro- kus. Long Ago and Far Away by Charles Jones. Grateful by Gary Houff. Vocal Solo by Marilyn Davis Vocal Solo by Ron Gorton. Pageant — Then Christ Came Silent Nile — Pantomine by Older Girls Class Presentation of Gifts and Toys will follow. Seems Slow by Ronnie CRANE COMMUNITY CHAPEL . I'M p.m. Dec. II Welcome by the Sunday School superintendent, Frank Burdick Opening *ohg, Congregation Opening prayer, The Rev. Joe H. Matt Christmas songs by the entire Sunday School Nursery Department: Mrs. Janet Zerby, teacher. Exercise, We have brought Gifts to Jesus, by Bobbie True, Steven True, Jackie Case, Vernon Forschen, Becky Clark, Craig Reiswig and Wayne Tuttte. Pre-school class, Mrs. Jess True teacher Welcome by Teresa Howe Merry Christmas by Vickie And erson Anxious to Please, Connie Christ offerson Don't smile, Michael Rushton All I have to Say, Pamela Kll gore There's A Story, Jean Haney Steven Zerby, Gordon Peterson Dorothy Matthieson Kindergarten Class, Miss Phyl lis Wood, Teacher Too Little by Michael Howe, Al len Zerby, Rudolph Anderson, Al len Smith It's here, Mary Ann Guyette Barbara Schroeder It Means so much to Me, Ronald Clark I Forgot, Kerry Schroeder One and All, Dean Sathrum We know, Neal Tuttle, Lynn Baxter First grade, Joyce True, Teach er • Accept It, Bruce Alfson, Weston Thompson Dad Forgot, Richard Clark Christmas Don'ts by Pamela Schroeder, Carol Schroeder, Barbara Case Gifts to Share by Nancy Zer by, Marcy Baxter, Donna Fors chen On His Birthday by Robert Stan ton. EXTRA GOOD MEALS & SNACKS SILVER SPRING HORSERADISH SILVER SPRING GARDENS t-AU CLAIRI. WISCONSIN A Message of Cheer by Jeanne Wessells First Grade, Mrs. Orrin Wood Teacher The Christmas Story, Rejoice by Delbert Fann, Cheryl* Paul son, Diane Matthieson, Stevem Bure, Ronald Sure, Dennis Dun ham, Bobby Peterson, Linda Rlek en, Randee Laskewitz Second Grade, Evelyn Wyant Teacher Filling the Stocking by Brenda Bischoff, Arnold Maricle, Allen Kilgore, Vickie Klrchner, Janici Bates. Church orchestra will play on number. Third Grade, Mrs. Frank Bur dick, Teacher I!m glad for Christmas by Patsy Anderson Holly Wreath by Beverly Case Michael Baxter The Messengers by Vernon Dun ham, Sandra Thompson, Barry Reiswig I Wish by Michael Vietor Christmas Day, An Acrostic by Sharon Kay Paulson and Vicki Wilxoc* Take Him wherever you go b; Larry Bakken and DuWayne Mat thieson The Little Pine by Sandr Thompson and Marlene Christa pherson Fourth Grade, Mrs. Walterman Teacher Song, The Friendly Beasts b Brenda Bure and Sandra Thomp son Candle Service, Christmas From the Words of Christ by Brend Bure, Janet Vietor, Larry Inge soil, Sandra Wood, Larry How Jimmy Guyette, Jane Anderson Lois Maricle, Walter Forschen Carol Jean Paulson. Fifth Grade Boys, Albert Ballanger, Teacher Exercise, The Greatest Gift Giver by Michael McGonigle, Arlo McGonigle and| David Rasmussen. Fifth Grade Girls, Mrs. Earl Lennberg, Teacher If by Jennel Christopherson Peace, Good-Will by Linda Thur- neau The Shepherd Lad's Gift by Ann Maricle and Susan Baxter The Shepherds' Qifts by Barbara Matt and Georgia Schroeder God Gas Us His Son by Beverly Schroeder and LaVinda Anderson Sixth Grade Girls, Mrs. Herbert Kilgore, Teacher Exercise Christmas Boxes, Sherry Baxter, Nancy Anderson, Nancy True, Pamela Dormady, Joyce Van Sickle, DeLaine Reynolds, Linda Bischoff, and Jacqueline Burdick Sixth Grade Boys, Hewitt Thompson, Teacher Exercise by Donald Tebay, David Tebay, Barry Schroeder, Donald Vietor and Dwight Sathrum. Closing remarks by the pastor. Chester Navy Man Dies of Heart Attack Navy Lt. JO Fred "Jay" flat* win, 38, Chitter, lowi, died Stifc «Wy night of * heart attack it hla home In Corpus Christ!, fex- «li while watching television. Lt. Baldwin, • flight Instructor it Corpus Christl, la survived by hit wife, the tenner Phyllis Volkart, LeRoy; two children, R» thryn and Patricti; his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Baldwin Sr., and K sister, Mrs. tester Alberts, Waterloo. Re went into the Navy M tn enlisted man In i960 and spent otn year on an aircraft carrier befo» taking flight training at Penst- cola, fla. Ki till been • timber pilot for tow year*. fttrvtaes will be held it 8 p.m. Sundiy- It th« Chester High School auditorium with officers from Coroui Chrlrti as pallbearers and the Rev. Merleti Ackerson, Chester Methodist Church, officiating. the/body is being ship. p*d from Corpus Christl. The family arrived in Chester Wednesday. VACAttON AT LTLE LYLfi, Minn. - Lyle School will Close Friday for Christmas vacation, reopening Jan. 6. NATIVITY SCENE — Figures were added to the Austin Jaycees' Christmas scene on the Courthouse lawn this year. The project, started last year in cooperation with the Austin Ministeral Assn., is a continuing activity of the Jaycees. Other improvements this year were construction of the permanent shed and improved lighting. AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Thursday, Dec. 18, 1958 14 Iowa School Decision Due in January RICEVILLE, Iowa — A decl- ion in the court contest of the Uceville area school reorganization plan isn't expected until some- ime in January, County School Supt. Ira E. Larson said today. The reorganization plan was [rafted last spring and an election was scheduled. Last May, 40 Howard County residents filed a writ of certioari, questioning legality of reorganization procedure. An in- unction was granted, stopping the reorganization election, scheduled or May. The case was heard at Cresco ast week and the attorneys were instructed to file briefs with the court by Jan. 3. Defendants are the school boards of Mitchell and Howard counties and there are 40 petitioners on the plaintiff's side. A. Hessler Elected Master of Masons Arthur S. Hessler is the new worshipful master of Fidelity Lodge No. 39, A.F. & A.M. He was elected at the annual meet-! ng at Masonic Hall Wednesday night with the following slate: Gordon Hahn, senior warden; 3eorge Falconer, junior warden; W. E. Peterson, treasurer; Richard Anderson, secretary; Robert Roy, trustee. Special work in the third degree is scheduled for t p.m. Saturday, followed by a 6 o'clock dinner and final section of the ceremonial at 7:15. Open Letter to Santa Are we going to have calorie trouble with you again this holiday season? Your round little tummy that shakes like a bowl full of jelly is a well known trademark of your profession. However, to us this is one of the sure signs of overweight—a recognized health hazard to persons of every age. Temptation to over-indulge in the spirit of the season frequently befalls those who ought to be most calorie conscious. * That favorite holiday treat, a la ale, is up to 150 calories per eight ounce glass. A ten ounce sloe gin collins will account for 170 calories, one whiskey sour (3 ounce) 200 calories. Those Christmas cookies in any seasonal design, are good for at least 50 calories each (arrowroot, chocolate, date, ginger snaps, almond or coconut macaroons, sugar). Particularly calorie laden are brownies with 135 calories for a two inch square, and fig newtons with a calorie count of 87. Pie — just like mother, grandmother, wife, sister, or sweetheart used to make are still calorie toppers. Here's how some of the holiday favorites stack up calorie wise per average serving: apple, 331; Boston cream, 331; mince, 341; pumpkin, 263. Add at least 50 calories per tablespoon of whipped cream, 290 calories per scoop of vanilla ice cream. And Christmas candies — good' ness! Here is really a pitfall. Hard candies average about 110 calories per ounce; bon bons, 75 calories each; one inch caramel cubes, 12p; chocolate creams, 110; nut stuffed dates, 48 per one ounce piece. And so it goes, Santa. Put them all together, these in addition to the normal daily calorie intake, they'll add up to one pound of added weight per 3,500 excess calories. Won't you please help us remind everyone that its far easier to exercise moderation, than experience the discomforts of weight reducing. We have a feeling, Santa, that your rotund figure may help to break your descent down the chimney. We can't find a similar excuse for the many persons who will be tempting fate with overindulgence — an important prelude to many forms of ill health. Season's Greetings Minnesota State Medical Assn. LIONEL TRAIN SETS 40% Discount All New 1958 Sets Make Your Boy a Happy Boy This Christmas!! Cleveland's Ace HARDWARE ||)read stays fresh longer because of Robin Hood's Higher Protein Richness! Robin Hood Flour Vflliac Ot. 1H Sure sign of friendship This Holiday season say, "welcome" in the friendliest way. Say it with Quality Chekd Egg Nog. Here's egg nog with richer, creamier flavor—the kind everyone likes.. Keep several quarts chilled to enjoy with your family and friends during the friendly days ahead. Sure Sign of Flavor Special Prices GOOD ALL NEXT WEEK! PLEASE SAVE THIS ADV. Whole Beef Loins . 49e Ib. Cut * Wrapped FrM Pillshury Angel Feed Mix > ... 39c Gainei Canned Peg Feed . 6 In 8Sc Campbell's Soap, your choice 6 for 98c Hormel Chili 3 for $1.00 Heinz Strained Baby Feed . IQc each Chocolate Chips 2 pkgs. 39c BUY 4 $1.00 GET 1 LB. FREE FRONTS HINDS Commercial U. S. Good Choice CUT & WRAPPED FREE 39c 45c 50c 49c 55c 59c FESTAL PUMPKIN ... 3 cans 35c BIPPON GOOD COOKIES 29c SNO-CROP FROZEN FOODS PEAS 6 pkgs. 99c ORANGE JUICE 4 cans 95c SWANSON'S NEAT PIES 5 for $1.00 ROUND STEAK SIRLOIN STEAK T BONE STEAK LB. 49 NEW 14 SLICE CARVING SET Hear Resistant Unbreakable $149 1 REEF ROAST Ib. 49c-39c CAKE NIX 4 boxes $1.00 CANNED PICNICS 4 Ihs. $2.99 Sewing Machine Winner MRS. LAWRENCE R. SEHA ' 308 Butler Drive - Mapleview NASH COFFEE CAM 1.39 Burr-Oaks—Market

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