CHRISTMAS BALL — There were parties galore before the start of the Christmas Ball Monday night. Among those entertaining were'the George Aanstads, 1612 W. Allegheney, Here they greeted two guests, Mr, and Mrs. Chester Hylland. Guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Seery, 300 S.. Kenwood, gathered around the Christmas tree. Left to right are, Mrs. Donald Grangaard, Glenn Kelley, Mrs. Seery, Dr. Seery, Mrs. Kelley and Grangaard. A buffet supper was served at the home of Mr. Aid Mrs. Walter LaTondresse, 304 N. Burr Oak. Around the table from the left are Mr. and Mrs. LaTondresse, Mr, and Mrs. Gordon Lonning, Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wistrcill, the Donald Ingrams. Guests at all the parties later gathered at the Terp Ballroom for dancing to the music of Chuck Hall's Orchestra. The Christmas Ball was sponsored by the American Association of University Women. Mrs. Gus Young, left, was general chairman. With her here are her husband and J. E. Golberg. A happy foursome among the dancing couples were Dr. Frederick Rayman Jr., William Nierengarten, Mrs. Rayman and Mrs. Nierengarten. Proceeds of the ball will be given the AAUW Scholarship funds. NEWS for. WOMEN \Aaple Island Families Deceive Gifts From ustin Rosary Society Women's Bowling League Holds Party The City Women's Bowling League held a Christmas party Monday with a smorgasbord served at Young's Austin Bowl. Mrs. Harold Hoffman was honored in recognition of her recent 721 series and gifts were presented Mrs. Harlan Lysne, league president, and Mrs. Leo Baumgartel, secretary. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Wayne Tabor, Mrs. Chris Kolb, Mrs. Arthur Lohman, Mrs. Warren Walburn, Miss Lorraine Koeck, Mrs. Paul Rejnartz and Mrs. Harry Rice. The committee included Mrs. Dale Rossow, Mrs. Baumgartel, Mrs. Ted Johnson, Mrs. Stanley Stanek, Mrs. Edward Kilgore. Nephrosis is a kidney disease occurring mostly hi -y o u n g chll dren. be satisfied with anything less than the finest service available Television (any make) . Small Appliances Television Antennas Both Repair flr New Installation! Major Appliances Vacuum Cleaners For the fifth year, members of .. Augustine Rosary Society ga- iered toys, warm clothing, caned goods and other foods for eedy Mexican families in the flaple Island area. The articles were collected at le home of *Mrs. A. D. Palcich, 626 W. Allegheney, where they ere wrapped, labeled and sort- d into boxes for each of the 12 amilies visited Monday afternoon. Sixty - seven children received ifts and each family was given quilt or kitchen utensil and food or their Christmas dinner. Boxes were packed into cars driven by Mrs. Chester Langowski, Mrs. lenneth Davis and Mrs. Palcich. Virginia Carroll, Mary Davis, Larry Langowski, Miss Veronica Me- Shane and Virginia Palcich assisted in distributing the gifts. Our Pledge TO YOU t. Alt Repair Will Be Com. pleted Within 24 Houn (providing porti art available). 2. ALL WORK' GUARANTEED FOR 30 DAYS. S. All Mechanics Factory Trained. 4. Superior Service — Plus Economical Charges, Phone HE 3-2363 Miss Janet Anne Hall Becomes Bride of John A. Ulland at Peoria, III. LOIS OTTJES New Jersey had its own tea par- y in December, 1774, a year af- er the famed Boston affair. A group of patriots, disguised as Indians burned a tea cargo landed at Greenwich, N. J. Miss Lois Ottjes Gayle Stelter Plan Summer Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ottjes, 1302 Medary, announce the engagement of their daughter, Lois, to Gayle Stelter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Stelter, Marshall, Minn. A summer wedding is planned. Miss Ottjes is a first grade teacher at St. Peter, Minn., and Miss Janet Anne Hall, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harlow H. Hall, Peoria, 111., and John Arden Ulland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Palmer A. Ulland, Austin Rt. 1, were married Saturday at the First Presbyterian Church, Peoria. The Rev. Robert P. Gates performed the ceremony at 7:30 p.m. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The maid of honor was Miss Suzanne Grant, Boone, Iowa, and the' bridesmaids, Miss Janice Sopher, Fort Madison, Iowa, and Miss Sandra Newman, Leon, Iowa. Robert 0. Ulland, brother of the groom, was best- man; Clarence Fitz, Hampton, Iowa, and Fred McKibben, Rhodes, Iowa, were groomsmen and ushers were Paul D. Ulland, brother of the groom, and Paul Corn elius, Bellevue, Iowa. Candlelighters for the ceremony were Mary Lohmar and Marcia McHugh, Peoria and the flower girl was Wendy Lou Ulland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ulland, Austin. The bridal gown was of white peau de soie and lace with the Cottage Cheese... GORDON X»y^"T CLCCTR CLCCTRIC IMC 105 E. Oakland. Austin, Minn. for a tasty, energy-packed meal. "Look tot tb. Oak Leaf her fiance is a senior at Mankato State College. Miss Kay Aug Weds Douglas J. Minnick Miss Kay Aug, daughter of Gust Aug, Preston, and the late Mrs. Aug, and Douglas J. Minnick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Minnick, Grand Meadow, were married Friday. The wedding took place at Greenleafton Dutch Reformed Church at 8 p.m. The bride was attired in a white sculptured sheath dress with a white hat and corsage of red roses and red and white carnations. Her attendant was her sister, Mrs. Faye Alden, who'wore a brown knit suit with a corsage of red roses and red and white carnations. Max Minnick attended his brother as bestman. Mrs. Minnick, mother of the groom, wore a dress of purple silk crepe with a corsage of carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Minnick left for California, where they will make their home at VanNuys. bodice and front panel of lace. Tiny pearl beading and sequins trimmed the neckline and the cap. MRS. JOHN ULLAND She carried a bouquet of white roses on a white Bible. Her attendants were attired in gowns of white velveteen with red satin bow headdresses and carried bouquets of red poinsettias. The flower girl wore a white taffeta dress with a red sash and headband of holly and carried a miniature bouquet of red carnations. A reception was held In the Pine Room of the church. Mr. and Mrs. Ulland left for Biloxi, Miss., and New Orleans and upon their return, will reside in Ames, Iowa. The bride is a graduate of Peoria Central High Carla Brimacomb, Jerome Kirpach Exchange Vows University Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, was the scene of the marriage of Miss Carla Brimacomb and Jerome Kirpach at 2 p.m. Saturday. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Brimacomb, 1606 E. Winona, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McCusker, Minneapolis. The nuptial music was played by Miss Patricia Macklin and Miss Jane Meisegeier was soloist. Given^ in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white crystalette and a fingertip veil held with a tiara of seed pearls and nylon net. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses, white feathered mums and Christmas bells. Miss Lou Ann Petersen, maid of honor, and Miss Shirley Stish, bridesmaid, were attired in ballerina-length gowns of copper cry- stalette and carried colonial bouquets of yellow roses and white carnations. Phone or Send Holiday Notes THE HERALD will again pub* llsh a page of holiday notes In Wednesday's Issue, so send your Information along soon. If you're entertaining guests or at a family party or If you'll be out-of-town, add your Item to the list. You may phone THE HERALD, send a note In the mail or leave it at the office. The deadline is 9:30 a.m. Wed* nesday. * The Garden State Parkway in 1 New Jersey in 1957 collected more than $2,000 in* tolls mailed in by motorists who did not have proper change at the highway's automatic toll gates. AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD C Tuesday/Dec. 23, 1958 if The Dutch controlled Manhattan Island for 55 years. By the end of 1957, the cost of construction and improvements on the Garden State Parkway in New Jersey totaled 204 million dollars. The toll road is 173 miles long. In 1758, the province of New Jersey established what is believed to be the first Indian reservation in America — a 3,284-acre tract set aside in Burlington county for the Lenni Lenape tribe Robert Chrlstopherson attended the groom as bestman and Vernon Thomsen was groomsman. Ushers were Sheldon Smith, cousin of the groom, and Gary Brimacomb, brother of the bride. ' Mrs. Brimacomb was attired in a sheath dress of cooper wool with a corsage of yellow and white carnations and the groom's mother wore a navy blue shantung sheath School and is a senior at Iowa with a corsage of pink roses> State CoHege, affiliated with ncapto, tor 100 ilia* was HI 7-2226 «r HI 3-2487 A rat is such an excellent stowaway that it is the only land mammel on hundreds of Pacific atolls. Ataturk, first president of the Turkish republic, was not trie only member of his family to establish a "first." His adopted daughter, Sabiha Gokcen, was the world's first woman military pilot. MARYLOU MATTI Miss Marylou Matti and Bob Jacobs Set Weddng Date Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Matti, 700 Crane, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Marylou^to Bob Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dorrance Jacobs, Fairmont. Miss Matti is in her senior year at Methodist-Kahler School of Nursing, Rochester. Her fiance is employed by Western Electric, Minneapolis. Both were graduated rom Austin High School. The wedding will take place April 26, at Christ Episcopal Church. Discover the Thrill of Creating Your Own Beautiful Music on the HAMMOND ORGAN ..; the most widely used organ in the world! Chi Omega torority. The groom was graduated from Austin High School and Iowa State College and was a member of Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity and Alpha Zeta society. He is employed by the ex- OES Members Report on Bloodmobile A report on membership participation at the recent blocdmobile visit was reported by Mrs. M. J. Hardy at a meeting of Unity Chapter 29, Order of Eastern Star, Monday night at Masonic Hall. Mrs. Fred Vogel presided and Max Proctor urged members to donate memorials to the recently- dedicated Masonic Memorial Cancer Hospital at the University of Minnesota. J. Beale, Faribault, was a guest. Refreshments included cookies served by several officers. The refreshment committee at the last session included Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, chairman, Mrs. Otto Anderson, Mrs. Joe Simons, Mrs. Lloyd Seiver and Mrs. L. E. Harber. Mrs. Arthur Sucha and Mrs. J. R. Vandenover were hostesses. Miss Rachel Anderson will show pictures of a recent trip through Canada, Nova Scotia and Cape Briton at the next meeting, Jan. 12. Members of the Areme Club will be guests. New facts on Constipation New scientific findings show that after 40—tension and worry frequently lead to improper eating which may result in constipation due to lack of bulk. A daily half-cup of Kellogg's All Bran with milk end* this kind o irregularity the safe, natural way.. no habit-forming lazative drugs Good tasting and nutritious, too— Kellogg's All-Bran. held at the church. Miss Janet Hans served at the punch bowl and Miss Shirley Bartlett cut the wedding cake as Miss Deanna Smith poured. Miss Marlys Brechtel and Mrs. Gary Brimacomb were in charge of the gifts and Mrs. Robert Holte was at the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Kirpach will be at home at 519 llth Ave. SE, Minneapolis, after a trip to Wiscon, sin. For travel, the bride wore a two-piece dress of navy blue jersey with a pink and white carnation corsage. Mrs. Kirpach is a graduate of Austin High School and the Austin Area Vocational School. The groom a Marshall High School graduate, Minneapolis, is attending the University of Minnesota. The Jordan Mortuary A Situirt Stnritt Bridge at Gritnwleh Phone HE 3*5727 It Is our stncertwish that tht spiritual beauty and festive |oy of the Christmas season light up your days with bright hope and happiness. BAKERS OF BANQUET BREAD KOLB BAKERY Wishing You • MERRY CHRISTMAS and • HAPPY NEW YEAR JUDD'S Portrait Studio Over Woolworth's on Mill St. • HE 3-5512 MRS. GERALD BRANDT Instruction ID IVANS Sales JOHN LEONI Salw Enroll now for private Hammond Organ lessons by Certified Hammond Organ Instructors. Contact Mrs. Gerald Brandt, Lyle 5-4562, for an appointment. If, at present, you do not have • Hammond Organ, call Mr, Leoni, ATlas 2-9834, Rochester, Minnesota or Mr. Mason, ATlas 9-8639 at Rochester or Mr. Evans, KE 4-2396, Plainview, Minn, for full details about our LESSON-LOAN PLAN, whereby you can have the use of a Hammond Organ in your home, receive three lessons plus necessary music at absolutely no charge. Edstrom Hammond Organ Studios t WINONA • ROCHESTER is no idle saying at WOLD'S DRUG STORE where you get the highest type professional guidance on beauty and health problems . . . plus personalized and friendly service. Visit us often. WOLD'S DRUG STORE "Dealers in Fine Drugs Since 1866" FREE DELIVERY Main at Bridge Phone HI 3-2326 108 / TU the season for ut to with one and all a memorable and merry Christmas. Ramseth's Beauty Salon $. Greenwich • HE 3-319$ • LeCROSSI Ramseth Slenderizing REDUCING TREATMENTS 108 S. Greenwich Sterling Beauty Salon 1149 W. WIn»M H| 7-4170 n the tplrlt of • food old-fashioned Yuletide, we wish for you and your family all of the traditional joys of the season. May your days be bright and your hearts light, as you store up • rich ***» treasure of happy memories. ADAMS FURNITURE STORE Adams, Minn.
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