The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 24, 1958 · Page 6
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 6

Austin, Minnesota
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Wednesday, December 24, 1958
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Burt Dibbles Will Observe Anniversary Mf. ftftd Mrs, Burt Dibble, 80S fflfk, wilt celebrate their 80th wedding amdvertafy Sttnday, They will be honored at open house from fi:30 to 6:80 p. m. It the memorial parlors 6f the Methodist Church. 6-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Wednesday, Dei. 24, '58 NEWS for WOMEN LOLA UECKER Miss Lola Uecker, Ronald Greenlee Betrothal Announcea Mr. and Mrs. Russell Uecker, uyle, announce the engagement of their daughter, Lola Mae, to Ronald Greenlee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Greenlee, Austin Rt. 2. No date has been set for the wedding. Freindly Garden Club of taopl Will Study Geraniums Next Year The Friendly Garden Club of Taopi will study geraniums during the coming year. Plans were begun at a luncheon Friday at the Farmers State Bank clubrooms in Adams and Mrs. Harold Gee was instructed to purchase a book on geraniums. Mrs. Christ Peterson was awarded a prize for a perfect attendance record and Mrs. Jessie Staebler won the club contest for table arrangements. Mrs. Fern Wilson presented the program including a Christmas story read by Mrs. Staebler, vocal solos by Mrs. Albert Rugg, readings by Mrs. Paul Winkels, Mrs. Herman Jensen, Mrs. Matie iCiefer and Mrs. Hodson, and a chapter of the book, "Country Gentleman," read by Mrs. Glenn Allen. Secret pals were revealed as gifts were exchanged. The next meeting will be Jan. 16, with Mrs. Winkels and Mrs. Gee, hostesses. Mrs. Arthur Lagervall will be program chairman. Miss Marilyn Jennison and Thomas Jenkins Married in Iowa In a double-ring ceremony at 11 a.m. Saturday, Miss Marilyn Jean Jenniaon became the bridr. of Thomas Jenkins at the chapr! of the FJrat Methodist Church. Ames, Iowa. The Rev. Robert Pennell, De; Moines, performed the ceremony The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd C. Jennison, Riceville, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Jenkins, Chariton, Iowa. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a soft blue two-piece street-length dress with winter white accessories and corsage of white camellias. Mrs. Keith Yager, Riceville, sister of the bride, was matron of honor wearing a brown knit suit with a corsage of pink feathered carnations. James Jenkins, brother of the groom, was bestman. A reception for the immediate families was held at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fessenmeyer, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins will make ;heir home at 621 Duff St., Ames. The bride is a graduate of Rice- villa High School and Iowa State College and teaches sixth grade at Roosevelt School, Ames. The groom was graduated from Chariton High School and is a senior in civil engineering at Iowa State College. PERSONAL NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hughes and Steven, Wichita Falls, Texas, are houseguests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Volkmann, 1501 W. Mill. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Brewster, Barbara, James, Edward and Jane, Denver, Colo., are house- guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brewster, 301 S. Chatham. Sandra Carroll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Carroll, Lyle, fell while ice skating Tuesday and fractured her left arm. She had been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Lulu Hughson, 609 S. Main. A Christmas party for 12 girls was held Tuesday afternoon at the Norman Turner home, 809 Glea son. Hostesses were Susan Seery and Theresa Turner, assisted by Mrs. Turner and Mrs. Thomas Seery. She Wants a Suggestion Cafes and pies baked in bright pans wiU have lighter colored bottom crusts than those baked at the same temperature for the same length of time in dull pans. HOLIDAY FASHIONS JANIS JOHNSON Janis Kay Johnson and Ronald Nelson Plan April Wedding Dr. and Mrs. Ross H. Johnson, 601 S. Sixth, announce the engagement of their daughter, Janis Kay, to Ronald Owen Nelson. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nelson, 801 Millfield. An April wedding is planned. Small Woman Dresses to Scale By ALICIA HART In proper proportion, the small gal can wear almost anything the tall girl can. But the trick lies in proportion. For the gal who's around five r eet, everything must be scaled down, kept neat and small. This means hats and handbags, coats and furs. She should be careful about separates. They must be very neatly coordinated if they are not to look messy and put together. And the small girl must keep ler weight down. Otherwise, she burgeons into something which looks plump and flossy. A waddle is not becoming to the petite. The small girl is also playing it safe when she keeps her hairdos simple and flattering. Leave the dramatic stuff to the tali girls, they can get away with it. But remember, they have their problems, too, and many of them would like to trade places with you! Serenity plays an important part in beauty. The girl who is over- talkative, the woman who is shril and strident both destroy the picture of themselves as attractive human beings. By being insistent and demanding of response from others, they can cancel out all the physical gifts they may have. And equally, a plain woman can create the illusion of beauty through a tranquil poise and grace We get so accustomed to the way we look that we are sometimes unaware we have changed some hi appearance. Hair can become lacklustre with the passing of time Elbows can roughen and skin become dry. We can develop lumps and get thick through the wais without really feeling much dif ferent. About the only way to avoid hav ing this happen is to check on your appearance each day. A crt tical glance in a full-length mir ror will do the trick and keep you in the proper mood to diet exercise, use a hairbrush or hair itint as it's needed. By ANN LANDERS Dear Ann Landers: I'm 18, hive a three month old son Bind I'm not married, ! live at home with my folks. The baby's father is in the army. He knew of my Condition before he left but didn't say anything about getting married. I decided not to make an Issue of it as he isn't the type who can be pushed. He gave me $20 before he left and sent me a Japa nese kimono while hospital. He has written and asked for snapshots >f the baby to he's not mad or anything. My father says he's tired of the inancial load and that I should nslst on marriage as soon as Bill comes home which should be pretty soon. I'm the reserved type and not able to impose my will on people. If I don't say some* You'll want to look your very best with an exciting new hair - do that will match every occasion. Give yourself a gift of glamour — give your hair the style and lustre that will blend with the holiday spirit. Call soon for your a p p o i n t m ent soon, please. Wishing You and Yours a ' Merry Christmas rNx-^xxx^-^- ) HAIRCUT 1.00 I Shampoo t Wave V 1.50 Permanent* Prom 7.50 to 15.00 DIAL HE 7-3175 FOR APPOINTMENT EACH MORNING OPEN at 8 A M. OPEN TUESDAY and t THURSDAY NIGHTS hlng I'm afraid ray dad will. What do you suggest? — SHIRLEY MAE 1 don't know what you consider 'reserved" but apparently you cancelled your reservations occas- onally. Your father has a right to be ed up. According to law, the child's father should be sending support money. The army has an allotment for married men with amllies. Too bad you are missing out on this. If you feel that you could have Ann Lander* was in the a food life with the father of tht child, then by all mean* suggest that the" situation b* legalteed as soon as he returns. Dear Ann; My girl friend .arid I want to know if w* are right or not. Last Saturday night we doubled with a couple of fellows who are very highly thought of at our high school. After the dance we went to a restaurant to eat. My date pulled some pictures out of his Inside coat pocket and arrowed them to the other fellow. They both snickered and laughed and kept the pictures well out of our reach. Naturally we were cur lous and begged to see them. Well, we were sorry we ever asked. The pictures were calendar models who posed with fans. We were both embarrassed, and hardly spoke to the boys the rest of the evening. My date insisted he pictures were art and that here was nothing vulgar about hem. He said it was all in our minds and that we were imma- ure and unsophisticated. He made t sound very convincing. How about it? - CLASSEN LASSIES Art lovers don't carry photographs, sneak looks, giggle, and all down laughing. It's the boys who are immature and unsophisticated. You were right to let them know you didn't appreciate their samples of "culture." Drop the matter and say no more. Chances are they'll be excellent company — when they grow up. Dear Ann: Last week my bus>and asked me to make a dinner date with a new couple in town. CHRISTMAS CROP— Carefully stored by a worker in a factory in Vienna, Austria, are these Christmas tree balls ready for painting. They will decorate Christmas trees in homes throughout the world. We art tedeeofattfti 00* hom« but I atreed to tavlt* jthem to bt our. guests at i ftlc« eating place. When we fflet it this steak house f was shocked to let they'd brought their two children, I and 10 years of age. We have two children also, but left ours at home. The tdd« fftfi til over, fought with each other at the table and horned in on the/adult conversation. They ordered large steaks and didn't eat one fourth of what was on their platsa. The total bill was $28 and my husband was boiling, I'd like to know if you feel they were justified in bringing their children. Also, what should have been done about the children's food? - D. H. You should have made it clear that the invitation meant adults only. Apparently they misunderstood. The mother should not have permitted her children to order large steaks. Mothers know how much their children can eat. The woman was inconsiderate and boor ish and unfortunately, she is rear- Ing her children to be the same. If alcohol is robbing you or someone you love of health and dignity, send for ANN LANDERS' new- booklet, "Help For The Alcoholic," enclosing with your request 20 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, •elf- addressed envelope.) • • ™ ^^^ •^•••r ^BMT ~^^^r ^H^^mSr^m^r^m CASEDY'S After-Christmas DRESS SALE DRESS At Regular Price 2ND DRESS $400 Your Choice Only Margarets PERMANENT WAVE SHOP Your LUZIER Cosmetic Consultant Comer of Ort«nwtch ft Mill S*. 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