The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 19, 1958 · Page 10
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HOLIDAY SATELLITES — Glittering decorations that resemble satellites were made by Mrs. W. G. MacLaren and combined with flacked greens and a candle for a table centerpiece, ' AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Friday, Dee. 19, 1958 10 Home Study Club Holds Holiday Party Mrs. Lewis Grebin, Highway 218 North, was hostess to the Home Study Club at a Christmas luncheon, Thursday. Christmas stories were read by Mrs. Lon Enochson and gifts were exchanged as recordings of carols Were played. The next meeting •will be Jan. 15, at the home of Mrs. Homer Warring ton. ''St. Paula Unit Meets for Supper A potluck supper was served St. Paula Unit Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. William Bram denburg, 306 W. AUegheney. Gifts were exchanged and prizes 'awarded Mrs. Alfred King and Mrs. Bert Thllgen. Mrs. David Sheedy received the door prize. The -January hostess will be Mrs. Gus Ewald, 301 \V. Oakland. Mc!ntyreWRC27 Meets for Dinner Fifteen new members of the past year were honored at a turkey din' ner served Mclntyre WRC 27 Wednesday at the KG Hall. Other honored guests were Mrs. Verna Griffith, Rochester, national chaplain, and Mrs. Ardyth Butts, member of the McGregor, Minn., corps. Applications for membership were read and the following candidates were initiated: Mrs. Addie Crampton, Mrs. Julia Johnson, Mrs. Van Smith, Mrs. Roy Kelly Mrs. John Retterath. Mrs. Kelly was elected guard. A report was made on food baskets distributed by the Veterans Coun cil. Gifts were exchanged and each officer was presented with a gift by Mrs. Kenneth Buck. A potluck luncheon will precede Che first meeting in January, when officers will be installed. 1 /2 PRICE On a Wid« Variety of JEWELRY and GIFTS JANE'S Drapery & Gift Shop 114 N. Main Austin Methodist WSCS Group Sessions Three WSCS groups, First Methodist Church, held sessions Thursday. GROUP S ' Christmas boxes for shut-ins were filled by Group Five, First Methodist WSCS, Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. G. Youngdahl, 810 Maple. Dessert uncheon was served at 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. Martha Fargusson assisting. Mrs. Mable Sorenson and Mrs. John Hodge gave the Christmas irogram. The January hostess will be announced later. GROUP 12 Mrs. W. E. Neuman, 311 W. Dakland, entertained Group 12. Fol- owing a desert luncheon, the hostess presented each member with a Christmas favor. Mrs. Judith Oscarson was in charge of the program, "Christmas in Sweden." Devotions were led by Mrs. Paul Lattin after which Christmas boxes for shut- ins were packed. GROUP 19 A potluck supper was served Group 19 at the home of Mrs. David Dana, 509 N. Millfield. Guests included Miss Audrey Nelson, Mrs. Henry Snater, Mrs. Maurice Wolf and Mrs. Robin Connel ly. Mrs. Arthur Jensen reorted on the bazaar and plans were made to serve the Men's Club dinner. Wilbur Sayles accompanied the singing of carols and the Christmas Story. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Glen Brandt, 804 S. Fifth. Mrs. Kenneth Cotter Is Hostess to Unit Mrs. Kenneth Cotter, Oakland was hostess to St. Bridget Unit Thursday afternoon. Recitation of the Rosary was led by Mrs. Elmer Klapperich anc Mrs. Ethel Hassing gave the Christmas reading. During the socia 1 hour, Mrs Donald Osmonson was awardec the door prize. • Leonard McDaniels Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McDanlel. Riceville, will observe their silver wedding anniversary Sunday. Open house will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. at their home, south east of Riceville. SUGGEST THE IDEAL GIFT KMIIMTON Only §h*ver with Roller Comb*. Shaves Bidden ' Beard and heavy beard in absolute comfort Largeat live shaving area of all! Three man-sized doable shaving heads. ean'tdiaie. Deodorant may be utM fanTftff MtUCTVC* Goes where yon fol Every (Ofttur* of the Bolleetric phtt dual-volt advantage*. Work* in eara, boat*, plane* and at home. YOU! OLD SHAVER ACCEPTED IN TRADE SHAVE1 HfAOQUARTEftS DELICATE TREES — Christmas tries of nylon net In brilliant shades trimmed with sparkling ornaments have been made by Mrs. Raymond Asp, left, and Mrs. Bryan Elmer, to decorate their homes. CHRISTMAS DESIGNS — Mrs. Stanley Budd stands before the mantel in her livingroom, where she has placed a frost- ed glass madonna under an arch encrest- ed with colored beads. Christmas Season Brings Out New Ideas in Home Decoration el, 18 inches high, placed in A candle-holder or wooden base. Us* ing two yards of nylon net in gorgeous colors, they gather Up 54- inch long strips cut to various widths, secure them with rubber binders and place them over the dowel, With that done, the designers attach with needle and thread, glistening tree ornaments in any color and size they choose. The net cornea In brilliant shades Of red, turquoise and blue as well as pastels so the choice of color combinations is excellent. Mrs. Asp also has made a larg* sunburst which hangs above the fireplace. She said she had four hours of fun making it with gold foil pieces cut from a newspaper pattern and sewn to a cardboard backing. There are 64 points in the Sunburst, centered with nine gold balls, Mrs. Asp's mantel also holds feathery angel figures branches of green and colored ornaments. Hanging beside the fireplace are three red-white-and-green stock- Ings, handknit with the name Peggy, Steve and Jany, so Santa won't be confused next week. By PAT ERDMAN More than any other time of the year, the Christmas season brings out new ideas in table centerpieces, arrangements for the fireplace mantel and decorations for all sections of the home. If a woman has an eight-room house to trim or one corner of a small apartment, she's likely to give a lot of thought to the project. She may have a plan that's become a tradition in her family or she may search for a new and different display each year. Some women buy;their holiday atmosphere "readymade" while others find pleasure in "doing-it- themselves." The Stanley Budds at 1008 Lyndale have taken prizes for their outdoor decorating in past years, but the interior of their home also is unusually pretty. Across the mantel and around the large mirror above it, Mrs. Budd has placed white flocked boughs and angel figures she carved from plastic foam and dressed with gold mesh gowns and white feather wings. Madonna Beneath Arch At one side, a frosted glass madonna stands beneath an arch encrested with beads of many colors, shapes and sizes. Mrs. Budd used plastic foam for the arch base, carefully attaching the design in beads with corsage and map pins. The figure is placed atop a large glass bowl which is filled with blue spun glass and lighted. Four glass angels riding cotton clouds are suspended from the ceiling. You don't doubt her, when Mrs. Budd says it represents hours of work. Mrs. W. G. MacLaren, S ou th Kenwood, brought ideas of the space age into one of her holiday table centerpieces. She made "satellites" of small rubber balls and round toothpicks and then tucked them into white flocked evergreens surrounding a large white candle. To make the satellites, Mrs MacLaren dipped the picks in light blue enamel, sprinkled them with glitter and stood them in a piece of plastic foam to dry. The ball was decorated the same before they were joined. Whole Family Worked A friend from Summitt, Minn. who was a guest at the MacLaren home on Thanksgiving Day, offered the idea and the whole family had a hand in the decorating project. Another family friend took the idea to Stacyville and now several 4-H members there are making the satellites for December projects. A good decorating idea travels fast. For another centerpiece, Mrs. MacLaren painted a small branch with white enamel placed it oil a cloud of spun glass and attached a dozen angel figures in filmy jowns and gilded wings, each playing a violin. A music box at the back plays "Silent Night." One more feature at the Mac- MILK St. Olaf Guild Circles Laren home, this one especially for the children, is a gingerbread house which Mr. Mac Laren makes every year. It has a frosted roof and candy sidewalk. Out in Norman Park, Mrs. Bryan Elmer and Mrs. Raymond Aspjtor, gave the Christmas message Circles of St. Olaf Lutheran Missionary Guild held sessions Thursday. Ronald CIRCLE 1 Hinricks, youth direc- have made their Christmas trees. Not the big ones where their families place their gifts, but pretty decorative pieces. Start With D'owel They begin with a wooden dow- at the meeting of Circle One. Mrs. Howard Skelton, 1306 N. Seventh, was hostess at a dessert luncheon. A car6l sing was followed by a reading by Mrs. V'illard Moen. Mrs,. Mark Hamilton gave the worship offering prayer. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Hamilton, 1106 N. Seventh. CIRCLE 2 Circle Two met with Mrs. John Downs, 1104 N. Sixth, with the Rev. Melvin Hauge, a guest, giving the Christmas message. AT mME WITH THE FAMILY — Actor Bob Cummings,' his wife, Mary, and their five children pose for a Christmas card picture in their Beverly Hills, Calif., home. In background from left are Patricia, 7; Melinda, 10; Roberts 12. Held by their parents are Tony, 1, and Laurel, 3. Mary Cummings quit the stage when she got married and has been quite busy ever since, acting as her husband's business manager and raising their fam- • ily. (AP Photofax) Bob Cummings' Wife Believes No Family Is Big Enough for 2 Stars at the Swenson homo, 907 W. Win ona. CIRCLE 11 Mrs. David Plckett read the Christmas story when Circle 11 met with Mrs, Harold Lundqulst 215 Bauman. Mrs. Gordon Bun gum was assisting hostess. The Rev. David Braaten, a guest, gave the Christmas message Self-denial envelopes were distri buted and Mrs. Bungum offeree the meditation prayer. CIRCLE 12 Mrs. Arthur Sucha gave the opening devotions and Mrs. L. C Nicholsen the Bible study for Cir cle 12. Members met with Mrs Arthur Ashley, McFarland Drive with Mrs. Laverne Baldner assist- Mrs. Ernest Doscher offered ling- and a playlet was presented by Mrs. Clifford Hildreth, Mrs. Willard Hardy and Mrs. Nathan Johnson. Self-denial envelops were distributed and a gift of money was contributed to the Dorcas Society. Following a carol sing, Mrs. Chester Sitz gave the worship offering prayer. Mrs. Arthur Swenson, 906 N. Sixth, will be hostess in January. CIRCLE 6 Circle Six met with Mrs. Oren L. Morem, 704 W. Bridge, for a Christmas party. Food items for the Dorcas Society project were collected and devotions were conducted by the Rev. James Braaten. Bible study was led by Mrs. Inger Hanson. The next meeting is at Instead of the usual gift exchange, money was contributed to the Dorcas Society. Mrs. E. J. Bjork gave the reading, "Christmas Memory Lane" followed by a carol sing. Mrs, E. C. Jonason gave the worship offering pray- wfih Mr». ffafa Cartes!, tio Lfft.| coin, (or a Cnrialmas party. Mrs. Arthur Johnson read the Ihrlstmai story and Mrs. Wayne :hinander played piano selections ,nd accompanied i carol sing. Gifts were exchanged. ttotifif tfta brotneta session, plani were completed for Christ- mat basket* lor shut-to* and a needy family. The January meet- ng will be with Mrs. Elton Hagen, 612 Grant. CIRCLE 20 Mrs. Otto Anderson was elect* ed chairman of Circle 20 when members met with Mrs. Henry Brekke, 902Vi N. Kenwood. Also named were Mra. Mllferd Bakke, vice chairman; Mra. Fred Carlson, treasurer; Mra. Edward Flngaraon, secretary; Mrs. Fred Oodfredson, floral chairman; Mra. Rose Redwing, self-denial chairman. The Christmas program included readings by Mra. John Allen and Mra. Fred Carlson. Children who sang Christmas selections were Jennifer, Ricky, Pamela and Karl Lynn Brekke; Gary, Kathy and Debra Trimble. Mrs. Bakke gave the worship offering prayer. CIRCLE 21 Mra. Lloyd Camerer read the Christmas story to Circle 21, at the home of Mrs. Rudy Lee, 1909 McKinley. Mrs. Lee sang a Norwegian Christmas carol, accompanied by her daughter, Sandra, who also played Christmas selections and accompanied group singing of Carola. Christmas gifts for an old people's home were packed, also a food basket for a needing family. Mrs. Irving Anderson gave the worship offering prayer. CIRCLE 24 Miss Marian Knutaon was a guest when Circle 24 met at the home of Mrs. Clifford Bostrack. Mrs. Arthur Hofland was co-hostess. Committees were appointed by Mrs. John Madson and self-denial envelopes distributed. Mrs. Otto Fischer is the new co-chairman. The Christmas Story was read by Mrs. Ingvold Bustad and Mrs. Herbert Anderson gave the worship offering prayer. Gift* were exchanged. CIRCLE SO The Rev. M. E. Hauge presented a Christmas message when Circle 30 met at the home of Mrs. Selmer Wobschall. Self-denial envelopes were distributed and the Christmas Story was read by Mrs. Dale Lukes. After group singing of carols, Mrs Neil Fedson led the worship offering prayer. Gifts were exchanged. er. t The gave CIRCLE 14 Rev. Arthur L. Swenson the Christmas message when Circle, 14 met with Mrs. Arthur Lee, 308 W. Winona. A gift of money was presented to the Dorcas Society. Mrs. William Myhre and Mrs. Harry Feeley were in charge of music and Mrs. Anton Swenson gave the worship offering prayer. CIRCLE 17 Mrs. Bernard Simpson was elect- CIRCLE 32 The Rev. Arthur L. Swenson gave the Christmas message when Circle 32 met with Mrs. Clarence Nockleby, 1809 W. Oakland. A potluck luncheon preceded the mfn An. Victor Engfeton, «l«o • gu*st, gave One Christmas read- nf. Mrs. Chester Bowers gave the worship offering prayer. Mrs. H. H, Sorenssn, *J2 Millfield, will be hostess at the next meeting. KilKareClub Elects New Off leers The Kir Kan. Club elected nt* officers Wednesday at the horn* of Mrs. Kathryn McLaughllri, MS S. St. Paul. Mrs. Hilda Ottenirom is president and MM. William Taylor, secretary-treasurer. A luncheon preceded the baslnen session and there wag * Chriit- mas party. Gifts were exchanged and door prize was awarded Mis* Anna Anderson. Miss Jennie Anderson and Miss Esther Otterstrom will entertain in March. Christmas Party for Catholic Unit i Mrs. Robert Kasak, 800 Free- x>rn, was hostess to St. Barbara Unit for a Christmas party and guest night Thursday. Mrs. George flyan led recitation of the Rosary. A contribution to migrant work- in of Maple Island was given in place of the usual gift exchange. Five hundred winners ware Mrs. Louis O'Malley and Mrs. .Frank Laufle. Mrs. Lambert Garvey was awarded the door prize. The next meeting will be * potluck supper with husbands of members as guests at the home of Mrs. William Kimlicka. Shower Compliments Veronica Schrage Mist Veronica Selvage, Osagt. was honored at a shower Wednesday evening with Mrs. Rinehard Adams, Stacyville, as hostess. Mrs. Urban Mayer assisted. Bingo was played and Mri. Albert Mayer was awarded the door prize. Miss Schrage's marriage to Pvt. Dean Adams will take place Dec. 27, at Visitation Church, Stacyville. ' Mrs. Harold Smith Continues Lesson Mrs. Harold Smith continued the sewing lesson when the North Star Home Unit met Tuesday. Mrs. Harry Morgan, Lyle Center, was hostess. Mrs. George Benson, Lvle Center, will entertain in January, when "Oven Meals" will be the lesson. Mrs. Kenneth Corson and Mrs. Galen Martin will be leaders. Mrs. Orville Pembrook was a guest. The turkey aeems to have been the only fowl domesticated by the prehistoric inhabitants of the United States. here comes the navy— Jan. 15, at the home of Mrs. j ed chairman of Circle 17. Other Roger Brewster, 811 W. Bridge. CIRCLE 8 Mrs. Chester Nockleby, 311 S. Fourth, was hostess to Circle Eight. After group singing of carols, Mrs. Lawrence Brink led in devotions and self-denial envelopes were distributed. New officers are: Mrs. Orel Evenson, first chairman; Mrs. Lester Sale, secretary; Mrs. Alice Swenson, treasurer. Mrs. Ernest Heimer read the Christmas Story and Mrs. Swenson gave the worship offering officers are: Mrs. Duane Anderson, vice chairman; Mrs. Miland Anderson, treasurer; Mrs, Conrad Bustad, secretary. The Rev. James Braaten gave the Bible study. Mrs. Wilfred Dennisen's sons played accordion selections and her daughter played a piano number. Mrs. Dennisen gave the worship offering pray erv. A potluck luncheon was served in the ladies' parlor. CIRCLE 18 The Rev. M. E. Hauge conduct- at full fashion prayer. The next meeting will be ed devotions when Circle 18 met By DOROTHY ROE AP Women's Editor HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Pretty Mary Cummings is delighted when girls chase her good-looking husband Bob, star of television and screen, because— "It helps a wife keep on her toes to know her husband is attractive to other women. A man never should stop appreciating attractive women, just because he is married. Bob likes handsome, vital people and so do I. I wouldn't have it any other way." The former Mary Eliott quit the stage when she got married, and has been quite busy since acting says Mary. "Their dad is a good! swimming coach — he was a YMCA champion swimmer as a' boy." Mary had made a considerable reputation as a stage and screen actress when she met Bob Cum-' mings, having played overseas with USO Camp Shows during, World War II and played the title role in "My Sister Eileen." They! were married in 1945 and Mary: decided firmly and at once to make her sole career that of wife and mother. Says she: "I'm postive I couldn't be happy as a star, and be married at the same time. My LAST-MINUTE GIFT IDEA! BRASS TEA CARTS as Bob's business manager and . raising their family'of five chil- inage > but dren: Robert, 12, Melinda, 10, Patricia, 7, Laurel, 3 and Tony, 1. best acting offers have been since my mar- I don't think any family is big enough for two stars. "I have observed show business t ' The spacious Cum'mines home'in! for * long time ' and u seems to ! Beverly Hills is organized for | me that often the most successful I action. The living room women stars seem the most un- • •"--•M^ »•»«%«.•« **»w **>**!£ 4 W444 , opens into a patio and swimming happy> * voted for happiness, and " I pool where father Bob gives swimming lessons to all the chil- * ve . never re S re « ed '<•" After a IoD 8 and successful ca- , th« delicious «parkl« of j •very meal ... for! everyone. "Look tot ibt O*h dren, even before they can walk.i reer m both Broadwa y and Holly° 0dProuctions ' B Cummings "The children start swimming when they are 6 to 9 months old," — {takes care of business details and often helps pick promising young actresses for the cast. She has an office in her home, and puts in a regular 40-hour week being a business manager, running home and family at the same time. BRING YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS $12.95 to $24.95 WOLD'S DRUG STORE -•t bikttf HI 7*32$ er HI 3-2417 T1CKITS AVAIUBLS AT: Wold Drugs — Sterling Drugs East Side Drugs — Austin Bowl Fw th« AAUW CHRISTMAS BALL Mon. Die. 22. Terp Ballroom Chuck Hall Otch. 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