The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 29, 1958 · Page 6
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I-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Monday, Dec. 29, 1958 NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS MONDAY TOPS S tilt meet with Mrs. filmer Onmwaldt, 70S S. Main, in the evening, Avtrtll Plans Writing Afttr Leaving Office NEW YORK (AP) - GOT. Averell Harriman aays be plant to do some writing and trmUnf after he leaves office Jan. 1. Harriman discussed his plans on a CBS television program. After the program, he told news men he intended to go to the Soviet Union, perhaps in the spring. Harriman, a Democrat, was defeated in his bid for re-election last month by Republican Nelson A. Rockefeller. Major health problem in Alaska la tuberculosis, but public health services are getting it under control. Table Luxuries LAURA WHEELER Donna May Freeman and D. D. Seible betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. C. Irving Freeman, Dexter, announce the en- agement of their daughter, Dona May o! Chicago, to D. D. Selle, St. Paul, formerly of Chicago. No definite date has been set for he wedding. Breakfasts !ut Down on Fatigue By ALICIA HART The importance of getting a ood breakfast tucked inside you ach morning cannot be over- mphasized. Health and beauty oth depend to a large extent on his first important meal of the ay. Your stomach has been ithout food for the longest tretch in 24 hours. People who feel that they can't et breakfast down have a mil aken notion about what breakfast must be. It needn't be bacon and ggs and toast. I' needn't be the lame thing each morning. In your grandmother's day, it was quite ikely to be lamb chops, fried potatoes and apple pie. This was considered filling and, indeed, it was. But if food isn't tempting to you the first thing in the morning, have an egg beaten up in a glass of milk. This is both nutritious and fast. Don't depend on dry cereal day,in and day out. Take time to cook cereal now and then. If a bunch of grapes and a soft- boiled egg appeal to you, have them. But get that breakfast down. In the winter, it's a lot easier to sit hunched over a TV set in an overheated room than it is to get out and walk in weather that may be unpleasant. But sitting will get you pasty skin, dry hair and added poundage, whereas a walk every single day, in good weather and in bad, will get you a trim figure, Two favorite* — pineapple design and apider-web crochet are ewy 1 do. Combined here In luxurious doll IM. Pattern' 813: crochet direction* to two dainty dolllet; larger 21 Inchet •mailer 12, In Mo. 30 mercerized cro • «het cotton. Send Thirty . Ore Cento (eolu) fo this pattern — add 5 cent* for eac pattern tor Ut - clase mailing. Sen to the Austin Dally Herald, Needle cratt Dept.. P. O. Bos 169 Old Chelse Station, K«w York 11. *N. T. Prln plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE. Send (or a copy of 1959 I*ura Wheeler NeedlecraU Book. It has love ly designs to order: embroidery, cro chet, knitting, weaving, quilting, toy In the book, a special surprise t '• make a little, girl happy — a cuf-oi doll, clothes t« color. Send 23 ceu for this book. Miss Harmony Hormel Grounds We'ds Galen Coff man at Santa Monica, Calif. MR. AND MRS. FRANK HUELSKAMP a glowing skin and glossy hair. If you are to maintain both health and good looks, you must depend on your legs to get you about. It pays far greater dividends than you'll ever get by simply ' transferring yourself from living room to car for an errand. Mature women who make frequent references to age are quite likely to succeed in getting others to think of them as decrept. Remarks like: "This dress is a little young for me but the (Soften 7?^ 7fie Sunshine of Life" HOLIDAY SPECIALS For you at your favorite storo or call for dolivory on tho routo. Peppermint Stick Candy ICE CREAM Holiday Fruit ICE CREAM Cranberry Sherbet me |L I taa IMOa (non alcoholic) ww *r Individual Christmas Tree Molds Individual Harmony Treats K*tl Fancy (6 to a box) t Don't tofot to look for tho bunting sun -for fintit of ft* kind In dairy product!. salesgirl talked me into It" or "I can't wear these new hairdos that do so much for young women are not calculated to make your friends and acquaintances think of you as dashing. Never refer to your age. There's no need to. It is your business and no one else's. Any reference to your age on the part of others is bad manners and on your part, thoughtlessness. Sometimes, this is a reverse way of getting compliments but it isn't a good one. Miss Ann Byan, Bernard C. Nelson Exchange Vows Miss Marjorie Ann Byan became the bride of Bernard C. Nelson at St. Augustine Church, Saturday. The Rev. Jerome Verdick perform ed the service at 11 a.m. Mrs. Mary Cronin, organist, accompanied Mrs. William Christopher son, soloist. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry L. Byan, Al gona, Iowa, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L. Nelson, Blooming Prairie. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a gown of white satin with fittec bodice, jewel neckline and bout fant skirt. Her veil of illusion fell from a rhinestone tiara and she carried a cascade bouquet of re< roses. Miss Joan Byan, sister of the bride, was maid of honor anc Miss Janet Adams was bridesmaid. Their ballerina-length gowns were of red satin. They wore white fur hats and carried cascade bouquets of white carnations. Arnold Schwamm was bestman and Charles Schwartz was groomsman. Ushers were Lawrence Schwartz and Theodore C. Adams. The bride's mother wore a dress of navy with white carnations corsage and the groom's mother wore a dress of coral with white carnations corsage. Dinner for 50 was served at the Austin Bowl with Mrs. Alice Bellemans, hostess. A reception was held later at the home of the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bellemans. Miss Dorothy Woodcock poured and Miss Etta Woodcock was at the guest book. The bride is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy, Algona; Hamilton Business College, Mason City; Gale Institute, Minneapolis, and is affiliated with ESA Sorority. The groom is a graduate of Blooming Prairie High School and i* serving with the Army. Following » wedding trip to LaCrosse, the groom returned to New York enroute to Ft. Hood, Texas. He will leave for overseas assignment in Germany, where Mrs. Nelson will join him in April. MissArletteTorkelson, Frank Huelskamp Jr. Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kelly, 701 Driesner, announce the marriage their daughter, Miss Arlctte [•orkelson, to Frank J. Huelskamp Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huelskamp Sr., Mankato. The wedding took place Dec. 20, at Queen of Angels Church. Attending the couple were Mrs. Donald Rlesch, Austin; Miss Sharon Casper, Alamosa, Colo.; Miss Ruth Sampson, Hector, Minn.; Donald Meyers, Minneapolis; Duane Huelskamp and Joel Huelskamp, Mankato. David Torkelson, Austin, and Kenneth Johnson, Mankato, were ushers. After a trip to Mexico, Mr. and Mrs. Heulskamp will be at home at 1033 N. James, Minneapolis. The bride will resume her studies at University of Minnesota School of Nursing. The groom is a teacher and coach at University High School and is doing graduate work at the university. tn* marriage of Miss Harmony Hormel Orountto, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Gene C. Grounds, Los Angeles, and Oalen Coffman, son of Mrs. Newton Price, San Bernadino, Calif., took place Saturday, Dr. Kenneth Carlson performed th« ceremony at the First Methodist Church, Santa Monica, Calif. The bride was given In marriage by her father and wore a gown of Chantilly lace and taffeta cut on princess line's with a chapel train, portrait neckline and long sleeves. A crown of lace and pearls held-her fingertip veil and she carried a cascade bouquet of carnations, stephanotis and white orchids. Mrs. Robert Maine, cousin of the bride, was matron of honor, Miss Connie Campbell was maid of honor and Mrs. Gene H. Grounds, bridesmaid. They wore sheath gowns of emerald green velveteen and carried white carnations. Stanley McWhinnie was bestman and ushers were Lawrence McWhinnie, Michael Freebairn and Gene H. Grounds, brother of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Coffman will reside in San Francisco. The bride is a graduate of the Principle Upper School, St. Louis and attend- MRS. GALEN COFFMAN ed Santa Monica City College The groom was graduated from San Bernadino High School am Santa Monica .City College and is now attending the University o California School of Law, San Francisco. Winter Twilight Theme of Pacell" High School Annual Student Dance P«celU High School's annual iflWf d*nc«, spentsred by the junto* claw, undw Ui« guid»Mt of Sister il, finic« r Will be held Tuesday. fto «me it I p.m. and the place, Paoelll High School mnnaslum. fto them*, "Wteter TwUlght," will set the scent with decorations of lanterns," aielgha and wer- greens, Music will b« furnished by Chuck Hall's Orchestra. In addition to Patelll Juniors and seniors, parents and graduate* are invited. Buringos Will Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Dick Buringa, 409 S. Main, will celebrate their 46th wedding anniversary, Sunday, Open house will be held at their home from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 9 p.m. Every on* like* to *h»re the' Fit cimnrA r«1 kidn.-y tesn* *• happiness of mother -to-be. A > Mexican way. Mush them in fat in personal shower of gifts that she can urn while in' the hospital In- eluding gowns, good books, bedroom slippers, a bottler of good perfume, talcum powder and even a p«rky lipstick could be presented her in a large pasteboard box, designed as an overnight case. If your muffins have a tough crumb the chances are you are overroixing the batter. a skillet until very hot, then serve them with onion rings and grated cheese. In making cream of tomato toup, thickening the toniato Juice of the milk before combining them lessens the tendency to xjurdle. Some cooking experts aay .that, in making souffles, the amount the egg yolks are beaten makes little difference in the final product. To retain good natural flavor, in making lemon pie, add the lemon juice called for at the end of the cooking time. To add humor to this type of shower, why not give her some things for her husband while she is away from home? Say a dish cloth and dish towel to make dishwashing easier; a bottle of window cleaner so that he can have her windows sparkling clean when she returns home and even a pair of comfortable slippers to walk the floor in while he is awaiting baby'i delivery. PERSONAL NOTES Mrs. Eugene Murphy, 1208 Moscow, is a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Her room number is 146. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clayton, Gary Clayton and Edward Fick spent Friday evening at the William Volkman home, Brownsdale. Mrs. Eva Hervey, Chatfield, spent the weekend with her niece, Mrs.'Hollie Tindal, Rose Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hervey and family, Chatfield, also were guests there Sunday evening, en route home from Jackson, Minn. Philip Volkman, Dundee, 111., spent the.Christmas weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Volkman, Brownsdale. He is organist and choirmaster at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Dundee, and is employed at Cruttenden, Podesta & Co., a brokerage firm in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kramer entertained at Christmas supper, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gerber and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gerber and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gerber, Mr. and Mrs. John Gerber, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerber and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Gerber and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Fasbender and family. AFTER CHRISTMAS Continues With Saving! In All Deportments! Sav« V* to Mora Than V4 On DRESSES MissM, Juniors and Half Sizes Silling In Thrtw Group* Want to fancy up those hamburgers? Make the meat patties thin and sandwich them together, in pairs, with a filling of cheese, TUS WIND LOTION WEATHER Softens! Soothes! Moisturizes! Large 12-oz. size reg. $2.00, IfOW fl.OO 6-01. size reg. $1.00, HOW 50* Hand Cream, 8 oz. reg. $2.00, NOW $1.00 pritu plus tax WOLD'S DRUG STORE Cosmetic Counter bt. 1866 Main at Brldgo anchovies and green olives. Drtttu — Pillion float Savo Vi to Mi On COATS Selling in 4 Big Groups Coatt — Ftiblon Floor * Main Floor Items! REGULAR $7.98to $12.98 SWEATERS '/a OFF REGULAR $5.98 to $12.98 SKIRTS $ 4 - $ 5 - *7 REGULAR $2.98 to $5.98 BLOUSES $ 2- $ 3- $ 4 REGULAR $1.00 and $2.00 COSTUMI JEWELRY 2 $ 1 Do you have a shut • in • friend to whom you would like to s e n d a gift, and are you wondering what to send? Stationery, a b a H point pen and postage stamps art ideas. One of tht highlights of a shut-in* days U tht arrival of the mailman. He loves to hear from his friends and it takes money to get material for a lot of letter writing. Abraham Lincoln had four sons: Willie, Tad, Edward and Robert. Edward died in infancy. First Baptist church in America was founded at Providence, R. I., in 1688. DAIRY COMPANY MILK - CREAM - ICE CREAM oil I Iridft ML HI Ml39 BRING YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS WOLD'S DRUG SIORE Yowl b* oflwiwi, tee, wht* yov •M DM MUction. Optra*, slings, T>strapt,ipringolaton. Styl* favor. •M at tot original prkti, now at •wwd savings. Smooth or textured eotf, toldbttk «wdt, color patent, cUor vinyl Mack, Brown, and all MM n*w color s*nsatioit|*.Slzt« 4 to 10, AAAA to C in tb« regular to 12.95 JACQUELINES regular to 10.95 CONNIES regular to 6.95 SPORTS FLATS and CASUALS All Sizes, but Not In Every Style. CLEARANCE of FAMOUS MAKE KNIT SUITS 1/2 PRICE •fr Suitt — Main floor Sports Wear jr * Downstairs Store Items * CLEARANCE of LADIES' COATS $ 23 «• $ 33 CLEARANCE of DRESSES VALUES TO $o.98 Save Vi to V4 on Girls' COATS and COAT SETS Size* 1 to 3, 3 to 6x and 7 to 14. ValMN from $14.95 to $29.95 GIRLS' SUBTEEN COATS CLEARANCE of SKIRTS $ AND '23 90 CLEARANCE of REG. $3.98 / faatovs t«* fASM&o*

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