The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 22, 1958 · Page 6
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 6

Austin, Minnesota
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Monday, December 22, 1958
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*~AU$TIN (Minn.) Monday, Dec. 22, 1958 NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS MONDAY UNITY CHAPTER 29, Older of Eastern Star, will meet in the evening at the Masonic Hall. VFW AUXILIARY and Post will meet for a 6:30 potluck supper at the VFW Hall. Mothers Club Holds Christmas Party The Hannah Mothers Club, Little Cedar Lutheran Church, Adams, held a Christmas party at the church, Wednesday evening. About 30 members were served tupper. Following the fellowship hour, a program included group singing of carols and the Christmas story read by Mrs. Selmer Wen- ess. Mrs. Byron Huseby and Mrs. Aaron Huseby sang a duet, accompanied by Diane Sathre. Mrs. H. E. Lunde offered the closing prayer. The January meeting will be at the church. Queen Victoria's parents lived In Germany but they moved to Kensington Place so that she would be born on English soil. (Continued on Page 13) Kuhns Entertain at Holiday Party Mr, and Mrs. Robert Kuhn, 1811 W. College, were hosts at a Christmas open house Sunday. About 40 guests were served buffet luncheon from 2 to 5 p.m. Scandinavian traditional foods were featured. Among the guests were Mrs. Kunn's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Bosler, Susan, Patricia and Janet, Louisville, Ky. Silver Star Club Holds Dinner Party A Christmas potluck dinner was served the Silver Star Club Friday at the home of Mrs. Hans Helgeson, Lyle. The program was presented by Mrs. Ozro Brown Sr. and prizes were awarded Mrs. Walter Baldner Jr., Mrs. Helgeson and Mrs. Brown Jr. Gifts were exchanged. The next meeting will be Jan. 29, with Mrs. William Lonergan, Austin. PERSONAL NOTES Mrs. J. G. Meyers, 1401 E. Oak land, is a patient at St. O.laf Hospital. GOGGIN'S "*m1to mdHtond H$UQRf SPIRIT/ Choice Hand Rolled Chocolates Priced From $1.00 . $7.00 (includes) ASSORTED BOXES and FAMILY BOXES of OUR VERY FINEST HERE'S ONE YOU'LL LIKE . . . MARYETTES Choc Pecan, Vanilla, Butter Creams — 1 & 2 Ib. sizes A FAVORITE OF MANY IN T & 2 IB. BOXES TUFFETS Pecans, Creamy Caramel, Milk Chocolate Wrapped Assorted Christmas Candies Chocolate Novelties Plantation Dainties Filled, sofr centers—2-lb. tins. JINGLE BITS H '':r£L 2'/2-lb. Tins GOGGIN S CANDIES Ph. HE 34633 at 121 West Bridge DIME 'N DOLLAR (Soften "The Sunshine of Life" HOLIDAY SPECIALS For you at your favorite store or call for delivery on the route. Peppermint Stick Candy ICE CREAM Holiday Fruit ICE CREAM Cranberry Sherbet ECJC) NOCj (n<m alcoholic) Individual Christmas Tree Molds (6 to a box) Individual Harmony Treats Real Fancy (6 19 • box) Don't forget to look for the bunting sun -for finest of it* kind In dairy products. •mm Margret Benson and Men/in Dunn Married Saturday Miss Jfargret Ann Benson, daughter of Mf. and Mrs. Ralph Hallman, 804 S. Railway, and Mervin Keith Dunn, sofl of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Dunn, 1803 E. Oakland, were married Saturday at the First Baptist Church. The Rev. Earl Brown performed the doubk-ring ceremony at 7 p.m. Two selections were sung by Gordon Pogdall, accompanied by Miss Judy Hall. Evergreen trees and Christmas colors decorated the church. The bride was given in marriage by her father She wore a floor-length gown of French Chantilly lace and tulle with a sabrina neckline trimmed with sequins, long pointed sleeves and a yoke of lace. A scalloped queen's crown of seed pearls held her fingertip veil of imported French illusion net and she carried a white Bible set with seed pearls, a gift from the groom. Her earrings were a family heirloom. Miss Judy. Brown was maid of honor wearing a princess-styled gown of red crystalette with a street - length skirt. The bridesmaid, Miss Doris Dunn, sister of the groom, wore a gown identical to that of Miss Brown. Each attendant wore a matching face veil and carried a white candle with a poinsettia and evergreens. Kathy Monson, niece of the bride, was Dower girl wearing a floor-length dress of white crys- talette and carrying a white satin basket of bittersweet and ferns. Jeffery White, St. Ansgar, nephew of the bride, was rlngbearer. Richard Collier attended the groom as bestman and Larry Dunn, brother of the groom, was groomsman. Ushers were Paul Sen- ultz and Jerry Dahl. Mrs. Hallman was attired in a dress of powder blue wool with navy blue accessories and a red and white corsage. Mrs. Dunn wore a powder blue jersey dress, black accessories and red corsage. Two hundred guests attended the reception held in the church parlors. Miss Daisy Straehan, Humboldt, Iowa, and Mrs. Glen Florentz, Kasson, poured as the wedding cake was cut by Mrs. Byron Nicholas and Mrs. Donald White. Those who served were Miss Diane Devaney, Miss Mary Hallman, Miss Marcella White, Miss Toni Setchell, Miss Judy Anderson, Miss Janet Nichols. Miss Joanne Collier, Miss Mary Keller and Miss Lou Lightly were in charge of the gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Dunn are graduates of Austin High School and he is serving with the Air Force, stationed at Camp O'Hara, HI. For travel the bride chose a teal blue wool dress with black accessories and corsage of red roses. Apples were brought to Amer ica by the early settlers. KAREN COMEAU Miss Karen Comeau and Lanny Krachmer Betrothal Annbuncec Mrs. Fernly Josephson, 1002 Padden, announces the engage ment of her niece, Miss Karen Comeau, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. Bud Comeau, to Lanny Krachmer. He is the son of Mr and Mrs. Laurence Krachmer, Austin Rt. 2. No date has been set for the wedding. Mrs. Sours Hostess to Pleasure Club Mrs. B. E. Sours, LeRoy, entertained the Pleasure Club at a Christmas party Thursday evening Co-hostesses were Mrs. Herman Dick, Mrs. G. A. Halver and Mrs. N. R. Engelson. Gifts for patients at the Rochester State Hospital were packed after which Mrs. Russell Brown low and Mrs. J. C. Berg presented the program. The Christmas Story was read by Mrs. A. C McCaslin, there were readings by Mrs. A. M. Wells and Mrs. Brownlow, contests and games. Gifts were exchanged and refreshments served. Mrs. E. E. Boulett will entertain in January with Mrs Severin Killer as co-hostess. Christmas Film Is Shown for LCR A film, "The Christmas Story,' was shown at the LCR meeting at Our Savior's Lutheran Church Saturday. Mrs. Leonard Polivka conduct ed devotions and Mrs. Elmer Ul land led the singing of carols accompanied by Mary Knutson Gifts were exchanged and refresh ments served. The committee included Jerry Bell, Gregory Bedstad, Ethelmae Eng, Stephen Mithuen, Carol Knutson, Nancy Jacobson, Susan Thompson, Kathy Maxwell. Members will meet at the church at 3 p.m. Tuesday to go caroling .Westminster fan Church at 5 p.m. Saturday was the scene of the marriage of Miss Peggy McLaughlin and Glen Keener. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. G. E, McLaughlin, 509 N. Sixth, and the groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Keener, Niagara Falls, N. Y. The Rev. David Kachel officiated at the ceremony. As soloist, Wilbur Punk was accompanied by Harold Westby Jr. at the organ. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. She designed her knee-length gown of white nylon chiffon with a tucked bodice, long sleeves and empire waist. M i s a • Mary McLaughlin was maid of honor wearing a 'knee- length gown of green printed silk with a cummerbund and paneled back. Pulque is a Mexican beverage made from the juice of the agave SLIM DOWN AT HOME You can trim inches from tummy, hips, legs with the Stauffer Home Reducing TM t ft i , . , Plan of effortless exercise and calorie reduction And, you can do it at home. o, c l BERNYCE CROWDER HEmlock 9.4746 — Amtin, Minn. DAIRY COMPANY MILK - CREAM . 1C* CREAM 404 I. Iridg* Ph. HE 3-8829 r Fabtrgt with this pretty and practical Showtr Kit cologne, soap in travel compact, and bath powder shaker, .all thre« matched together in a colorful waterproof carry-case Aphrodisla, Woodhue, Tigres* or Flambeau 3.79 the gift-boxed set WOLD'S DRUG STORE Peggy Mclaughlin Becomes Bride of Glen Keener David McLaughlin attended the groom as'bestman and Robert Austin, David P. Johnson and James Brown were ushers. Mrs. McLaughlin was attired in a sapphire blue dress and Mrs. Keener's dress was of black winter lace. A reception was held at the church parlors. Those who served were Mrs. Harry Louk, Mrs. Harold Butler and Mrs. Wayne Austin. Miss Jean Naslund and Miss Joan Youngdahl were in charge of the gifts and Miss Joan Naslund was at the guest book. A buffet dinner was served atHhe McLaughlin home. "t After a trip to northern Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Keener will be at home in Boulder, Colo. The bride attended Stephens College and the University of Colorado. The groom is now a student at the University of Colorado. Golden Rule Circle Presents Gift A gift of $50 was sent to the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches by the Golden Rule Circle at its Christmas meeting Wednesday in the Riceville Congregational Church for having a perfect attendance record the past three years. Bylaws of the Women's Fellowship were accepted and Mrs. Clarence Conger, Mrs. Reed Lockie Jr. and Mrs. Theis Fox were named to the standing rules committee. The lesson was presented by Mrs. Lockie and Mrs. Roy Stark led in devotions. Phone or Send Holiday Notes THE flEftALft wm again pub. Hsft • page of holiday note* lit I iiswe, 10 send yonr along won. II you're entertaining petto or at a family party or if you'll be out-of-town, add yoar Item to the itet, Yon may phone THE HERALD, send a note lir the fflafi or leave H at the office. The deadline Is 9:30 a.m. Wed- aesday. Little Cedar Aid Honors President Mrs. A. 0. Osmundson, retiring president of Little Cedar Lutheran Ladies Aid, Adams, was presented a life membership pin when the group met Wednesday at the chuch parlors. Mrs. Slg Osmundson made the presentation for Circle Nine. The Rev. Truman P. Mohn offered prayer and "Social Action" was the program theme with Mrs. Harry Shaw, chairman. Readings were given by Mrs. E. S. Anderson, Mrs. R. L. Bolton, Mrs. Richard Johnson and Mrs. Lloyd Uglum. The resignation of Mrs. Wermager, Elkton, Christian nurture secretary, was accepted. Mrs. Osmundson gave the budget and circle reports. The Rev. M. Mohn expressed thanks for cooperation the past year and installed new officers. A birthday table honored members with December anniversaries and Mrs. Bolton presented a book to the organization. Hostesses were Mrs. N. V. Torgerson, Mrs. Vance Torgerson, Mrs. Uglum, Mrs. Clifford Wen- ess and Mrs. Earl Weness. Rose Creek Club Holds Holiday Party Secret pals were revealed when gifts were exchanged by the Rose Creek 500 Club Thursday after help me in a purely humanitarian I thin* hi rtia? be right. venture? Every tlta* 1 torn Tw»*M**»t MVI.AJ v A ui ** * »u*j» * iinm w AWBC. itmii jii iiiaimiiiUy around a day is being set aside but what is (me to think? Some- tor something or someone. We times f feel so blue 1 cry. Please have Mother's Day, father's Day, ' " St. Valentine's Day, Columbus Day and Dog.Day. Some causes get a full week. There's a Prevent Forest Fires Week, Be Good To Your Secretary Week and Cracked Cookie Week. noon. Mrs. Floyd Skow was hostess £T /hav? f , at the Christmas party. date l have received three Games were tfjayed with Mrs C. R. Westmoreland and Mrs. Ar thur Schammel Ann Doesn't -Believe Theory Bt ANN LANDERS Deaf Ahn Landers: yeu t hate to lose 1 : faith Jrf mankind, Ann Landers What t want is a little recognition for girls who have missed out oh matrimony because they refused to submit to "Sample Weekends" and other Expert more than Modern ments. We are numerous you think. I know of five in this office alone. We are the task force for virtue, the last hold outs in a vanishing tribe. And It costs money. Our taxes are high because wo are single. It's expensive to keep the grey out of our hair. The girls who have deserted our ranks (one left for Cuba with "a friend" last week) never give us a backward glance. Please, Ann, we aren't asking for a full week like the National Bunion Suffers Society. All we want is a single day. — MAIDENLY MUSKETEERS Dear Maidenly Musketeers: I'm so weepy I can hardly see to type the reply — but here it is. I never did buy the -theory that nice girls finish last. A trip to Cuba with "a friend" is no short cut to the altar, so quit drooling. In the absence of a special day honoring you single girls who are missing the boat, why not cut in on Cracked Cookie Week? Dear Ann Landers: I had my third baby several weeks ago. I 22 birth announcements to friends and relatives. To Mtetrttot* Mid It ddesH't pay. 1 same about me. Why *h«uld we to ftrgtfe .with ht«ii but new wlste time ttt other people when 4 - t """ j * •*• we toe* we wire meant tof eftch other? Please be sensible, - FELICIA Dear Felicia: For the timteenth time, this is the way we handle a romance between a high school senior and a fellow who owes his uncle two years of his life: We don't put ourselves in solitary confinement and spend two beautiful years looking for the mailman. We date others and do- velop outside interests. When a boy find girl reserve themselves for a certain party, they become dull and ingrown. Tell Barry he is free to dale others and that you want to do the same. The senior year in high school is no time to be shackled by a long-distance" romance. If it's love it won't melt. If you two were meant for each other, you'll know it when he comes home — nnd you can take it from there. To learn the knack of feeling comfortable with the , opposite sex, send for ANN LANDERS' booklet, "How To Be Date Bait." give me your ideas 'on the sub ject. - DISAPPOINTED. Dear Disappointed: Did you send announcements or invoices? Apparently you're more concerned with tangible results than sharing the'good news with friends. According to experts in the direct mail field, a two percent res* ponse is good. If you got three Cards back on a mailing of 22 pieced it's-much better than you had a right to expect. And quit crying. If this 'is the most shattering thing that has happened to you — you're lucky. ' Dear Ann: I'm going steady with a very fine fellow who graduated from high school in June. Barry works for his uncie but next month he is going into the service. I am 17 and a senior. We know we can't be married until he gets his two years of army service out of the way, but we want to pledge our love by exchanging friendship,, rings. My folks are against it. I've tried to explain that this is not the same as being engaged. It's one step above going steady. I've dated many other fellows and I like Barry better han anyone I've ever known. He feels the enclosing with your cents in coin and a request '20 large, sell- addressed, stamped envelope. (Ann Landers help you with Send them to her in care of THE HERALD enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope.) will be glad to your problems. close and no gifts. Whenever one of my friends has . . a baby I always send a card as winning prizes. SOO n as I hear the good news. My i « « , Wa « - "' husband says I am overly con- ammel. Mrs. Helen Majerus won the travel prize and Mrs. George Schmit was awarded the door prize. Mrs. Majerus will be hostess Jan. 7. Placed end to end, bread produced by U. S. bakers would reach around the earth at the equator 102 times. Nancy Flannery, Kenneth Pedersen Speak Vows at Congregational Church In a double-ring ceremony at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Miss Nancy Lou Flannery became the bride of Kenneth David Pedersen 'at the First Congregational Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Flannery, 103 N. 13th, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Carlos C. Pedersen, 604 Padden. The Rev. Edwin J. Arnold officiated at the service before a setting of white poinsettias and candelabra. Mrs. Lawrence M. Dewey accompanied the soloist, Philip Ann. A gown of taffeta over satin with inserts of Rosepoint lace was worn by the bride, given in marriage by her father. It was fashioned with a scoop ne'ckline, fitted bodice, long sleeves and a full skirt which extended into a chapel train. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was held with a crown of seed pearls and orange blossoms. She carried a garland of white feathered mums and a Cymbidium orchid. Mrs. William A. Johnsen, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and Mrs. Richard W. Brooks, Minneapolis, also a sister, was bridesmaid. They wore sheath gowns of sabrina necklines and beige taffeta overskirts. Each carried white •eathered mums with bronzed huc- deberry. Donald LaValley, brother of the groom, was bestman and Donald Cnutson, Milwaukee, was groomsmen. Ushers were Theodore G. Colescott, Austin; Donald Quirin, ledar Rapids, Iowa; Robert Pedersen, brother of the groom. Mrs. Flannery wore a dress of mink brown crepe and the groom's mother was attired in a blue crepe dress. Their corsages were of Cym- )idium orchids. A reception for 125 guests fol- owed the ceremony. Mrs. Russell M. Wangen and Mrs. Robert Nelson cut the wedding cake as Miss Alison Mossier, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Stanley Janowski, Isle, Minn., poured. Others who served were Mrs. Claire Vermedahl, Albert Lea; Mrs. Nathan Hoveland, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.; Miss Gloria Ator, Minneapolis. Miss Marcia Lembcke, St. Paul, served at the punch bowl. Mrs. James Flannery, Fremont, Neb., and Mrs. Donald LaValley were at the gift table and Miss Nancy Bateman, Minneapolis, was in charge of the guest book. After a short trip, Mr. and Mrs. Pedersen will make their home at Isle, where the groom is on the faculty of Isle High School. For travel, the bride wore a royal blue wool suit with black accessories. She is a graduate of Austin Junior College and Macalester College. The groom was graduated from Austin Junior College and Winona State Teachers College. Late Eight Club Reveals Secret Pals Secret pals were revealed as gifts were exchanged at the Late Eight Bridge Club holiday party Thursday in LeRoy. Mrs. R. G. Juvrud was hostess. Cards were played and prizes awarded Mrs. George Stiles and Mrs. Donald Burgett. Mrs. Donald Regan will be the next hostess. Children Present Christmas Program "The True Meaning of Christmas" was the play given by.pu- pils of St. Peter's Catholic Church School, Rose Creek, Friday afternoon. Students of grades four through eight participated. Playlets were given by children of first, second and third grades. A Christmas carol sing and gift exchange preceded a Santa Claus, who treats. The program was under the direction of Sister Mary Thaddeus, Sister M. Rosario and Sister M. Casilda. visit from distributed ' I960 Main at For Expert Pointing ••d Decorating • INTERIOR • EXTERIOR CALL HE 3-8363 or HC 3-5100 FOR FREE ESTIMATES TONY WIEL 106 S. 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