The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 24, 1958 · Page 9
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 9

Austin, Minnesota
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Wednesday, December 24, 1958
Page 9
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CHRISTMAS NOTES . and Mrs, Albert ttnbfaattit. ChH»fma« tt«* i4i«.,. *.«.»i* „* *»i^ MMM* *w.,i^^ ,* .. Mr. and Mrs, Albert Adaitii, left Monday ft* III, their they will spend Christ, hitt with their «oiHft.iaw and daughter, Mr, and MM. R o b e 1 1 fcesalnque And family, ^ . Mrs. Jean Osmundson, Janet Ruth, Barrel and Steven, Adams, left by plane Thwsday tar Las Vegas, Nev,, to gpend ChrJstrtas with her bwthw and slater-ta-laft, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tlegen and family. Mr. and Mrs. N. V. forgersbn, Adams, left Friday for Suffern, N. Y., where they will spend the Christmas holidays wllh thlr son' ill-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Smith, Christmas Eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Erickson, Albert tea, will Include Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bakken, Richard, Roger and Sharon, Alden; Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Erickson, Steven and Joliene, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Erickson, Albert Leaf Mr. and Mrs. Walter Erickson, Carolyn, LaVonne and Marcia, Austin. ChHstmas fiay dinner guests 6 Mr. end Mrs, fimmett Scott/ Ad •«», will include Mr. Md Mrs Oliver Oerhart, Mr, and Mrs. Ray mwvd Reman and family, Albert ftinkels, Miss Marlene Winkels Merlin Bakenbush, Mr. end Mrs Albln Winkels, Mclntire, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Sehute dnti Dawn, fopeka, Kan,, and Mr. am Mrs, Paul H, Schllmmer, Evans vllle, Ind., came Saturday to spend a week with their parents, Mr and Mrs. Lettoy Schulz, 910 Park Mr. and Mrs. Clayton L. Schufe Susan and Steven, Waterloo, lowfl will also be guests Christmas Day Christmas dinner guests of Mrs Henrietta R o a s o w will include Dale and Thelma Rossow and son Michael; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Qreeley and Mr. and Mrs. G1 e Remington, Dexter. Mr. and Mrs. James Pike, Mil waukee, are spending the holl days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard and with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Pik£ and son, Owatonna and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ator With cheery wishes for a happy holiday season, we greet all our good friendt ZRUCKY REFRIGERATION Mils Willa Christiansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Chris- Hanson, ISO Clinton, Mapleview, is spending Christmas vacation with her parents, Miss Christiansen is attending Andover • Newton Seminary, Boston, Mass. A family reunion will be held. Mr, and Mrs, Earl Brechtel and family, AifStin Rt. 6, will have ihe following Christmas dinner guests; Mrs. George Kolpin, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berg, Evelyn, Richard and Dart-ell! Mr* and Mrs. Edward Kllngfus, Chester, Roger, James and David; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kliflgfus, Donald; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Srp, Barbara, Sandra, Roy and David; Miss Doris Wilkemey- er, Mrs. Betty Enright and Lindy, Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Rasmussen, 1001 W. Park, will have as Christmas guests, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Spatenka, Owatonna; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rasmussen and Jimmy, Medford and Door Austin. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hughbert Barclay, Lyle, Christmas Day will include Mr. and Mrs. Gust Dumdei, Elysian, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Rasmussen and Marilynn, ;Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson, Cynthia, and Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Erickson, .Carolyn, LaVonne and Marcia, Austin. CLEARANCE FIRE BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (AP) Jeffrey Martin, 6, checked his calendar, noted Santa Claus had a visit scheduled this week and decided to . clear last year's deliveries out of the way. Jeff piled all his toys on a bed and burned them. AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Wednesday, D«c. 24, '58 BIKINI COMEBACK — Current California previews of next summer s swimwear reverse the recent covered- up look In bathing suits and star revealing two-piece suits, beguilingly brief. Typical is this outfit in red print cotton with sparse shirred shorts cinched in front with a knotted sash, modestly covered up with trapeie cape in natural tone. Empire-Inspired PRINTED PATTERN Come let us adore Him' Christmas Services at St. Olaf Lutheran Church PASTORS: Arthur L. Swenson,, James E. Braoten, M. E. Hauge MINISTRY OF MUSIC: Mr. Ralph Hornesk, Organist , Choir Directors: Mr. Paul 0. Heltne Mrs. M. H. Viker Mri. Ed Jlr«l«, Jr. Mr. Frank Summerside TWO IDENTICAL CHRISTMAS EVE CANDLELIGHT SERVICES 9:30 p.m. ond 11:00 p.m. MESSAGE: "THE MORNING STAR UPON US GLEAMS" CHRISTMAS DAY FESTIVAL SERVICE: 11:00 A. M MESSAGE: THE CHRISTMAS MIRACLE" - Pastor Swenson Our four ehoin In inspirational Christmas music Th« 11:00 P. M. Chrlstmoj Ev« service will be broadcast over station KAUS. Our b«st wlsh«» for a joyous Christmas to all in the name of Chrfit of B«thlehem. A cordial welcome to visitors at all services. ea te OP earth A Child wtt born, and there came to earth glad tiding* of great Joij.,, efface on Earth, Good v Will to (Den. Ai the Scar of Bethlehem »hone on that Holy Hight, may the true spirit of ChrUtma* ihine upon you and your* at thi* gloriou* teaton. By ANNE ADAMS Out the prettl«*t figure at worts or parties in this Bmplr* inspired fasb- lon that makes your waist look so tiny above a flared shirt. Choose check or plain . . . cotton, falle, wool. Tomorrow 1 * pattern: Misses' sew-easy drew. Printed Pattern 4894: Miss*' Sleet }2. M. 1«. 18 and 20. 61ze 1« takes 4',4 yard* 35-inch. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send FIFTV CENTS in coin* for thlsjattera — add 10 cents for each pattern for Ut - class mailing. Bend to Aane Adams, care of the Austin Dally Herald, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11. N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. QUEEN'S EMPIRJ— A short evening dress which achieves the empire look is modeled by none other than Miss America of 1959, Mary Ann Mobl«y. Dres» has a stand- away panel in front. WBACIub.33 Installs New Officers Mrs. Anna White installed officers of WBA Club 33 following a Christmas party and potluck supper Monday night. Mrs. Clyde Titus, 207 S. Jay, was hostess. . Mrs. Leo Burdette is president; Mrs. Edmund Smock, vice president; Mrs. Ronald Oehler, treasurer; Mrs. Dean Britt, secretary; Mrs. Warren Olson, trustee; Miss Sandra Swenson, press correspondent; Mrs. Daniel Reisinger, secretary-treasurer. Gifts were exchanged and prizes were awarded Mrs. Burdette and Mrs. Reisinger. Bingo -was played. The next meeting will be Jan. 12, with Miss Swenson. Grandma Has Baby; So Does Daughter DEFIANCE, Ohio W - A daughter and a granddaughter arrived the same day in City Hospital for Mrs. Victor Hartzell Sr. Mrs. Hartzell gave birth to her 15th child, Suzanne Lynne. Her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Victor Hartzell Jr., bore her first child, Mary Catherine. Victoria, 100 Years Young, Has Birthday CLEVELAND (AP)—On Christmas Eve in 1858 a girl was born to Henry and Ethel Snary in their farm home near Croton, Ont. The girl was named Victoria after the Queen of England. Victoria Snary, .who has long been Mn. Ira D. Book, will celebrate her 100th birthday today at the home of a daughter in suburban Euclid where she now resides. Congratulations WINNERS OF THE STERLING SHOPPING CENTER $100°° United States * Savings Bonds Drawings MISS DELORES BEAN 60$ N. 7th St. KARL DREYER 307 $. Kenwood Avenue MISS VERONICA VANRYN 902 Lowing Avenue MRS. ROBERT BULGER 600 Fail-view NORMAN KJOME 1009 N. let St. MRS. MILDRED BALDUS 1311 Baldwin HAROLD CLOUGH $07 N. 7th St. MRS. GEO. MORSE Route 2 CLAUD OSBORN R. R. 2 MRS. MAYNARD QUICKSTAD 200$ Peneen MRS. H. A. KNUTSON 910 Grove St. MISS BEATRICE BARRY $01 V& Medary MRS. RUDY JECH RR No. 2, Dexter, Minn. MRS. ROLLO GUNDERSON 1100 W. College $pon»ored by the STERLING Shopping Center Merchant 1 * Auodation MORRIS FURNITURE COMPA1WS BIG AFTER-CHRISTMAS * i Starts Friday at 9:00 a. m. SOLD MAPLE 5 PIECE BEDROOM „ GROUP $ Dresser, Chest, Bed, > Boxspring and Mattress. 159 2 PIECE SECTIONAL, CORNER TABLE and 2 END TABLES 95 TwMd Fabrics, Choice of Colon 0 ALL 5 PIECES 159 7 PIECE KITCHEN SETS Large Table and 6 Chairs Bronze or Chrome 79 SOLID MAPLE LIVING ROOM SUITE Conch, Chair, Step Table/ Coffee Tables $ 5 Pieces 159 DOUBLE DRESSER BEDROOM SUITE Tilt Mirror • Chest, Bookcase Bed. Blond Finish 119 " PLATFORM ROCKERS Sale Priced! Large Selection Many Fabrics and Colors! Up EARLY AMERICAN FLEXSTEEL or BEAUCHAFT LIVING ROOM GROUP '239°' Beautiful linen Decorator Fabrics. Traditional CHAIRS Flexsteel or Beaucraii, Chairs or Rockers As Low As 5 PIECE DOUBLE DRESSER BEDROOM GROUP Panel Bed, Cherry or Antique TEMPLE STEWART SOLD MAPLE DINING ROOM SET Large Drop Leaf, Table and 4 Chairs. 199 NOWl 15,000 Square Feet of All New Furniture, New Stylet at Price* You Can Afford. MORRIS 109 North Main Street Easy Tinas * , . Fret Delivery

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