The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 23, 1958 · Page 6
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• AUSTIN (Minn.) Tueidoy, Oe Ruth Society Meets at Underdahl Home MM. Walter ttnderdahl, Adams, WM hostes to the Ruth Society Should Learn How to Write S^SL of Marshall Lutheran Church, j ±™ ™ d ±!± Thursday evening. j The program included prayer and group singing of Christmas j P™ f thAaf ^ nc carols, a poem and the Christmas Story read by Mrs. Everett Boe. The January meeting will be with Mrs. Isabelle Underdahl. By ANN LANDERS Dear Ann: 'In 1948 I married a man 1 loved deeply. He nad four children. He divorced his neurotic wife in the face of plenty of criti- so we religion, which was additional me a great I deal. After the Ml. Whitney, highest point above sea level in the U. S., and Death Valley, lowest point, are only 85 miles apart. "And they came with haste, and found Mary, and Joseph, and the Babe lying in a manger." May the Holy meaning of Christmas be with us. Philomalhian Library & Church Goods Store 119 E. Water St. withdrew from social life and became a recluse (You know, the nut type.) Four years ago my beloved husband passed away. I kept an eye open at his fu- eral for his nutty Ann Landers ex-wife but so far as I know she did not .-attend. Every year on the anniversary of his death 1 go to the cemetery to put flowers on his grave. I always find a large wreath, obviously placed there the night before by an unknown person. I'm certain it's his ex-wife who puts the wreath on his grave and that she's doing it to humiliate me. Shall I write her a letter and order her to stop this practice? The man was MY legal husband and she has no rights whatever. — LEGITIMATE WIDOW Don't write the letter. This woman interferes in no way with you when she places a wreath on the grave of her former husband. He was the father of her four children. You don't toss such things aside with the signing of a divorce decree. Interesting that you interpret this quiet gesture of devotion as an attempt to "humiliate" you. Since you seem bent on labeling her a I nut, may I point out that people jwho imagine themselves persecuted could be paranoid (look it up.) Dear Ann Landers: I am 80 years old and have no brothers or sisters. My rich aunt died and eft me a million dollars. 1 am not landsonte and I don't go in much or sports. The lady who lives next door is 25 years old. She has been very nice to me lately and 1 wonder if she could be interested in my money. Please put your answer in the paper. — SMOKEY JOE Dear Smokey Joe: Your handwriting is very good for a man 80 years old, but your spelling is terrible. I was fascinated to learn that an "ant" had left a million dollars. Since this is an advice column, may I give you some? Before you go in for short' story writing on a large scale, I suggest you bone up on spelling and punctuation. — o— Dear Ann: I'm desperate and ready to throw in the sponge. I have three daughters and one son. The girls are helpful and considerate. The boy is a problem. He's sassy, disobedient and always in trouble. When he was 8 he was picked up by the police for stealing candy bars. At 14 he was brought home by a storekeeper for taking money out of the cash drawer. He denies he's guilty in the face of overwhelming evidence and calls everyone a liar. Yesterday the boy took a dollar bill from my purse. I know he took it because I had "just put the dollar in the purse and left the room for a minute. The boy was in the room when I returned. 1 asked if he'd seen the dollar ark ie said no. I told him it was my ast dollar and I needed it badly. rhen 1 left the room briefly. When : returned he handed me the dot- ar and said he found' it on the loor. My husband claims If the boy thinks I don't trust him he'll con- ;inue to do wrong. He also says the child has told him repeatedly that 1 don't love him. I am beat,en. Please help me find an answer. — D. M. Dear D. M.: 'The boy's stealing is a symptom of a deeper problem. Experts in the field of child behavior tell us that children who steal feel unloved and are seeking satisfaction and compensation. The manner in which you compared your daughters with the son suggests that he has competed unsuccessfully for your affection. You favor the girls, and he feels left out. Consult an expert on children's problems. This should have been done years ago but perhaps it's not too late to give this boy a feeling of security and worth. — o — Are you tempted to smoke because the crowd does? If so, send for ANN LANDERS' new booklet, ^"Teenage Smoking" enclosing with your request 10 cents in coin and a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope. (Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of THE HERALD, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope.) Shirley Millis, Keith Schoppers Will Wed Thursday Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cross, Anaheim, Calif., formerly of Browne- dale, announce the engagement of their daughter, Lois, to Louie Calisti, Fullerton, Calif. He is the son of Phillip Calisti, Lumberport, W. V. The wedding will take place at 7 p.m. Christmas Day at the Cross home. The couple will make their tome at 121ft E. Claudina, Anaheim, after Jan/ 1. AP PHOTOGRAPHER DIES NEW YORK (AP) - Thomas J Fitzsimmons, 44, an Associated Press photographer who took memorable pictures of front line fighting in Palestine, died Monday.' He had been ill for several months and recently suffered a ruptured esophagus. Fitzsimmons, who was bom in New York, had been with The Associated Press since 1942. PERSONAL NOTES A family dinner *«s served day at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Leftoy, followed by ft Christmas party for the children. John Pacalle Regan, Infant BOA of Mr. and Mrs. William Regan, Leftoy, was baptized Sunday at St. Patrick's^ Church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brownlow, LeRoy. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Evenson, 1504 S. Kenwood, served a buffet supper following the Christmas Ball, Monday' night. Quests were Mr. and Mr*. Venwn Berry, Mr. j tnd Mrs. Thomas Orebin. Mr. and Mfs. Hetiry ft. Schroe- if t HI Kdtelfd, received c phone *Q S«day from their> ion, Ray- nyjttd tad family 1 in Knglsnd. Mrs. Sthwedet h«r son's voice end tfiif fit h«f gtattdcttldren was very clear in the tr«i*«ean talk. Caryl At-fte P«uko«, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arlle Panlstm, was baptized Sunday morning at trinity Lutheran Church, Hayflffld. the H«v. thomas Malls officiated Sponsors were Mr, and Mr*. Har vey Nelson, WalthaM and Mr. and Mrs. Lane Kostovkh. Family din nw wan served at th* home>fonowtng the service. Guests included the Rev, and Mrs. Mails and daughter Allison., Mr. and Mri. Hartey C, Joins* son and family, Taopl, ttftftttfr ed tt the annual fathlty Christmas dinner party Sunday. Attend- n| were Mr. and Mrs.' Oscar rohnson, Dexter; Mrs. Antonla Martin, Sargeant; Mr. and Mrs, Spencer Wilson and family, Hay field 1 } Mr. ttid Mrs. Stacey John. no, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. The first country park commission in the nation was founded by Essex County, N. J., in 1895. It now operates 21 parks covering 5,000 acres located in a compact metropolitan area. Come let us adore Hint, Child of Heaven, bearer of Pete*,. . <nd Good Will to *1L DR, L. W,.WAGNER Chiropodist 60S N. Lansing Ph. HE 3-<5249 Robert Wilson and family, Rochester; Mrs. Erma Wilwn and family, ttextet. GOVfcttNMEVt EMPLOYE DIE* TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras, (At) - Row fi. Moore, W, Director of th;« Ifiterftttional Cdoperitlon Ad< ministratiott in fegucifalpa, died Sunday after spending six hours in icy water when his fish boat cap. sized. Moore, who was born in Cogswell, N. D,, had been a longtime government employe, May your holiday be aglow with good cheer! To All ef Our Wonderful Friends. KEN'S STANDARD SERVICE 100 S. Main HE 3-9961 Exchange Vows at St. Ansgar Church Q Oincercst Wishes that your holiday be filled with peace and contentment MICKELSON SEES "Serving The Community for Over 50 Years" St. Ansgar Methodist Church was the scene of the wedding of Miss Shirley Millis, Rochester, and Keith Schoppers, Preston on Saturday. The Rev. Richard Pearson performed the service at 2 p.m. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Millis, St. Ansgar, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schoppers, Preston. Mrs. Jean Neeley, soloist, was accompanied by Miss Claire Moe at the organ. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a waltz-length gown of lace and taffeta with a formal neckline, fitted ace bodice and long lace sleeves. The skirt was of alternating jands of lace and taffeta. Her tiara of seed pearls and sequins leld a fingertip veil of silk illusion and she carried a cascade bouquet of roses and carnations. Miss Joyce DeGroat was bridesmaid. Her waltz-length gown of turquoise velveteen was princess style with a formal neckline, short sleeves and sash, with matching headband. She carried white mums Donald Schoppers, Preston, brother of the groom, was bestman and LeRoy DeWall, Grand Meadow, and Harland Schoppers, Preston, were ushers. The bride's mother wore a dress of dusty rose lace over taffeta with rhinestone jewelry. Her cor- age was pink and white roses and \ arnations. The groom's mother wore a black Iress with matching jewelry. Her orsage was also of pink and white roses and carnations. Reception for 100 guests was ield at the church with Mrs. Curtis Taylor, Carpenter, hostess. Mrs. Christian Hansen, St. Ansar, poured as Mrs. Gerald Dornink, sister of the groom, cut the ake. Mrs. Jerry Gish and Miss Mary Shaughnessy were at the gift table and Sherry Millis, sis- er of the bride, was at the guest >ook. Those who served were Mrs. Russell Champion, Mrs. Harild Nickerson, Mrs. Harland Lib- asky and Mrs. Jerry Dolher. Waitresses were Mrs. Cecil Plath, Mrs. Roland Grundel, Miss Bonnie 'ean Schoppers, Miss Elaine Hof and, Miss Nancy Chapman, Miss )arlene Taylor and Miss Mary Grundel. The bride is a graduate of St. Ansgar High School and the groom iraduated from Preston High School. They will make their home on a farm near Preston. For travel, Mrs. Schoppers wore a charcoal gray and pink with pink accessories. FROM ALL OF US AT LARS' STANDARD SERVICE! Glad greetings and best wishes for a season filled with all the joys of Christmas. SCOVILL JEWELRY 411 N. Main Austin or friends we send the wannest greeting of the season and our sincere wishes that you will have a Christmas that you will long remember fvi its hearty cheer and outstanding Joy. GREETINGS FROM All THg BOYS AT THE MOWER COUNTY OIL CO. Pure Oil Products last Browrudale Avr Austin, Minn. HC9-2Q9* thU season of Joy and cheer, we welcome the opportunity to wish you, our friend* and patrons, » veig merry tyuletide. CDay yow ever enjoy an abundance of life's best gifts... peace, health and happiness, and the blesses of love and friendship, tOe especially want to express our grateful appreciation for your loyalty and good wffl. t0e have greatly enjoyed the pleasure and privilege of serving you during the past year, and we hope that we may continue to do so for many a year to come. From All Of Us At... / f*MQU$ M FASHlOn*

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