The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 31, 1958 · Page 6
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A-AUSTIN /Minn Mft B A!.f) 3t, '58 NEWS for WOMEN Patricia Cornelius Honored at Shower j Miss Patricia Cornelius was honored at ft shower Saturday afternoon at the Municipnl Building, LeRoy. Hostesses were Mrs Gerald Mcfarlen, Cedar Falls, Iowa, Mrs. Laurel McFarten, Fountain, and Mrs, Robert Omm, LeRoy. j Miss Eleanor Drum, Fort Dodge, Iowa, was in charge of games after which the bride-to-be opened gifts. There were guests froth Chester. Lime Springs, Waterloo ! and Fort Dodge. I Miss Cornelius' marriage to Dale 'Omm will take place Jan. 10, at the LeRoy Lutheran Church. Uranium 235 sold for about $11,350 a pound during parts of 19S6. * 323 N. Main - AUSTIN IN ANY LANGUAGE F Venta Kiarusitas I'Verkauf Verkoop 'Vendita'Vente SCOOP! GIRLS' GOATS Solids . Tweeds - Ftoces A»'t. Colors Sizes 7-14 Reg. $17.00 One of a Kind BANLON CARDIGAN SWEATERS Ass't. Color* & 0^ A A Sixes 34-40 S VOO Re* $5 ^^J Valu« +0 EARLY BIRD Special Ladies' Skirts Imported Italian Tweed* Menrweor, &^%OO fiollo 9^OO Slses 22-30 M. Reg. $4 Volue m ^ LIMITED QUANTITY GIRLS' T-SHIRTS Assorted Colors Size* 3-6x 7-14 Keg. $1 Value LADIES' %WOOLl COATS Reg. $25.00 Value FLEECES PILE LINED MARTINIQUE SIZES 10-18 Here'* Real Savings! LADIES' SLIPS Limited Quantity Slses 32-40 White Only LADIES' PAJAMAS Cotton * m LQ lAu't. Color* *| q ~ Reg. $3.00 I DONT MISS THIS LADiiS' DRESSES Sim 7-15 * 10-18 Wo«u, 4 m on Mwweor, §4 99 R«yM Cr*p« £1 R*. |8 Vol. TP LADIES' PANTIES Size* 5, 6, 7 LADIES' CORDUROY CAPRI PANTS Sice* 12.19 tflQQ R«9 $3 *| W Value I LIMITED QUANTITY LADIES' BLOUSES $159 Roll-up Sfetm, TucKta, IB fr Outf*. Att't. CoUt* tact 32-38 *. $3 V«lwe PATRICIA DOHERTY Patricia Ann Doherty and Elaine Amdahl Plan June Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boysen, 1813 E, Water, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Patricia Ann Doherty, and Blaine Amdahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Amdahl, 1109 Williams. Miss Doherty is the daughter of the late John Doherty. A June wedding has been planned. Marlene-Danielson and Robert Klassy Married in Iowa Miss Marlene Danielson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Danielson, Sioux City, Iowa, and Robert Klassy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klassy, LeRoy, were married Friday evening at the First Lutheran Church, Sioux City. The Rev. P. E. VanTassel performed the ceremony. Miss Joyce Carnes, Sioux City, and Darrell Olson, Minneapolis, attended the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Klassy will make their home in Minneapolis, while they attend the University of Minnesota. The groom is a graduate of LeRoy High School and served two years with the Army in Puerto Rico. FORMER EXECUTIVE DIES ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) —Joseph Albert Craig, 91, a retired vice president of General Motors, died Tuesday. He was on the national boards of the YMCA and the 4-H Club. He was bora in Venango County, Pa. Adalia Beeman, Harold f Silbaugh Exchange Vows Miss Adalia Irene Beeman and Harold Paul Silbaugh were married at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Richard Westby Memorial Chapel of St. Olaf Lutheran Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr 1 , and Mrs. Lynn Beeman, Phoenix, Ariz., and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Silbaugh, SO? S. Fifth. The Rev. James Braaten performed the ceremony and Ralph Harnesk played the nuptial music. Mrs. Edward Jirele Jr. was soloist. Given in marriage by Douglas Detwiler, the bride wore a ballerina-length gown of white lace and net and a fingertip veil. She carried a crescent bouquet of feathered white carnations and red Sweetheart roses. Miss Charlotte Detwiler was maid of honor wearing a blue ball erina-length gown and carrying a bouquet of feathered pink carnations and Sweetheart roses. James A. Silbaugh, brother of the groom, was bestman and Patrick Jeffers and Donald Nelson ushered. Mrs. Silbaugh was attired in a dress of navy blue sheer wool with blue and white accessories and a corsage of yellow Sweet heart roses. A reception for 60 guests was held at the Silbaugh home after the ceremony. Mrs. Terence Meany was hostess and Mrs. Claude Bump poured as Mrs. Soren Cardel cut the wedding cake. Mrs. Carl Car del was at the guest book and Miss Karen Beeman and Mrs. Dale Dombrock were in charge of the Mr. and Mrs. Silbaugh left on a trip north. For travel, the bride chose a navy blue and white sui with matching accessories. Sh is a graduate of Austin High School and has been employed in the office of Drs. Cook and Krum holz. The groom also was grac uated from Austin High Schoo and is attending the University o Omaha, Omaha, Neb. AUTOMOTIVE FOUNDER DIES NEW YORK (AP)—Edward S (Ned) Jordan, 76, founder of th old Jordan Motor Car Co. of Cleve land, died Monday. He entered th automotive field in 1907 and start ed his own auto firm in 1916. was dissolved in 1931. He wa bora in Merrill, Wis. Smooth moisture back into your Winter-Parched Skin! In 1956, 31,160 oil wells were completed in the United States BARBARA SCHMELING Barbara Schmeling, : rederick L. Cotter Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schmeling, Waltham Rt. 1, announce the en* agement of their daughter, Barara, to Frederick L. Cotter, son f Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cotter, Oakland Rt. 1. ' No date has been set for the wedding. )orothy Ann Averhoff and Terry Grant Hill Marry in California Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Dorothy Ann Averhoff, 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Averhoff, Riceville, and Terry Grant Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Montell Hill, Riceville. The wedding took place Nov. 29, at the Wedding Bell Chapel, San Diego, Calif. Attending the couple were Mrs. Edwin Kober and Tyrone Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Hill are at home at 2923 Ingelow, San Diego. Miss Gaitha McDonald Weds James Holden Peggy Smith Weds LaVern W, Harden at LeRoy Church fh« First Baptist Church of Lt- Roy Sattirdty, was tne tfteflt 6f U» marriage of Miss Pefft A. Smith and LaVetn W. Harden. The bride la the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Carl H. Smith, LeRoy, and th* groom's parents are Mr. and D. Harden, LeRoy. * The Rev. Raymond Richardson, Stewartvifle, performed the cere. mony at a p.ifi. and Mrs. IB, H. Hickock played the nuptial music. The soloist was Miss Gail Car* rah, Red Wing. A floor-length gown of silk tat- feta was worn by the bride, given in marriage by her father. It was fashioned with a chapel sweep, a formal neckline edged with Venice lace and seed pearls, fitted bodice and long sleeves. A crown of seed pearls held her fingertip veil of illusion net and she carried a white Bible with an orchid. Miss Patricia Smith, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Miss Karen Smith, also a sister, and Miss Carol Brasseth, Farmington, were bridesmaids. They wore gowns fashioned with red velveteen bodices and white taffeta balloon skirts. Their fur headbands were trimmed with seed pearls and each carried a whHe fur muff with red carnations and holly. As flower girl, Penny Enfield, Austin, wore a white taffeta dress. Steven Enfield, Austin, was ringbearer, Attending the groom were Roger Gerloff as bestman and Robert Klassy and Warren Harden Jr., groomsmen. Ushers were Donald Meyers, Austin, and Jerry Mahoney, Minneapolis. Mrs. Smith was attired in a brown silk dress with white accessories and the groom's mother wore a dress of navy blue silk with white accessories. Their corsages were of white carnations and silver bells. A reception for 150 guests was BETWEEN DANCES — This group of Pacedi High School students chatted between dances at the annual winter party sponsored by the junior class, Tuesday evening. "Winter Twilight" was the theme of the dance held at the school gymnasium. Left to right are Marvin Smith, Karen Kitzman, Mary Jane Ellsworth, Reed Hackenmiller, Beverly Goergen and David Clark. been a holiday guest of his uncle, Lew Lewis, 105 W. Allegheney. j Smith is now retired. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Berckhan and family,. Waverly, Iowa, spent the holiday weekend at the home Miss Gaitha McDonald, daughter of James McDonald, Ostrander, and James Holden, Wake City, Minn., were married Saturday morning.. The Rev. Elmer Kellen performed the ceremony at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, LeRoy. The bride is a graduate of LeRoy High School and has been employed at the Kahler Coffee Shop, Rochester. The groom has been attending the Minnesota Business College, Minneapolis. They will make their home in Chicago. Miss Shirlie Marburger Becomes Bride of Neil Brownlow, Spring Valley Velvet of Roses dry-skin cream by Barbara Gould. 00 SFEOAL 1 phuui- This lavish, extra-rich (Team works wonders helping to smooth away tiny age lines and that dry flaky feeling that comes with winter's blustery winds! SPECIAL THROAT CREAM Superbly formulated to help firm the throat and neck. Regular $2.50 »JOO. ' PEOPLES 203 N. Main HE 3-3161 We Givt Gold Bond Stamps Miss Shirlie L. Marburger, daughter of Mrs. Sylvester Marburger, Spring Valley, and the late Mrs. Marburger, became the bride of Nell C. Brownlow, son cf Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brownlow, Spring Valley, Sunday. The Rev. Mary MacNicholl and the Rev. Harold Clark officiated at the double-ring communion service at 3 p.m. in Memorial Methodist Church, Spring Valley. The nuptial music was provided by James Henderson at the piano and Miss Jean Grabau, organist. The soloist was Claire Churchill. Given in marriage by her uncle, E, G. Carson, the bride was attired in a floor-length gown of white taffeta with a fitted bodice, long sleeves and chapel train. Her veil was held with a crown of seed pearls and she carried a white bouquet. Mrs. Philip Anderson, sister of the groom, was matron of honor and Mrs. Robert Campbell and Mrs. Harold Reed were bridesmaids. They wore ballerina-length gowns of dark holiday turquoise shantung taffeta with matching headdresses and carried white chrysanthemums. Debra Brownlow, niece of the groom, was flower girl wearing a turquoise dress and the candle- lighters, Barbara and Karen Carson, cousins of the bride, wore light blue taffeta gowns. Thomas Brownlow, nephew of the groom, was ringbearer. Roger Brownlow attended his brother as bestman and Dr. Arnold Westerback and Philip Anderson were groomsmen. Ushers were Robert Brownlow and Alden Marburger. Mrs. Marburger wore a navy blue dress with matching accessories and the groom's mother was attired in a dress of light brown taffeta with accessories to match. A reception was held in the fellowship room of the church with Mrs. James Walsh and Mrs. Richard Larson hostesses and Mrs. i| Joseph Mlinar and Mrs. C. W. Zittleman, co-hostesses. Mrs. Marcus Warren was in charge of thej guest book and Miss Joan Zittle- man, Miss Marilyn Sikkink and Mrs. George O'Reilly displayed the gifts. Miss Patricia Diethert and Miss Kathleen Grimmons cut thej wedding cake and Mrs. Donald. Snyder and Mrs. William Feck poured. Those who served were!] Mrs. Oakley Stockdale, Mrs. Lu-|j verne Goldhammer, Mrs. Howard!] Turbenson and Miss Carole Grabau. The bride is a graduate of Spring Valley High School and Winona || State College. The groom was! graduated from Spring Valley! High School and the University of; Minnesota. They will reside in Omaha, Neb., where he is stationed! with the Air Force. held in the church parlors. Hostess was Miss Barbara Iverson, Austin. Miss Abbie Berg, Minneapolis, poured as refreshments were served. Mrs. Robert Brownlow was at the guest book and Mrs. Robert Boe and Miss Carol Friday, St. Paul Park, displayed the gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Harden will be at home at 2300 Grand Ave. S., Minneapolis. They are graduates of LeRoy High School. He served with the Army in Germany and is now attending the University of Minnesota. She is a graduate of Winona State College. Frank Vilts Will Hold Open House Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vilt, 1300 S. Eighth, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday. Open house will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. at their home. Miss Dorothy Davies Becomes Bride of Richard Triplett Miss Dorothy Davies and Richard Triplett were married at the erson, Sargeant. Little Brown Church, Nashua, Iowa, at 3:30 p.m. Saturday. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert pavies, LeRoy, and the groom is the son of Mrs. Mildred Triplett, LeRoy. Attending the couple were Miss Natalie Klien, Galesville, Wis., and Eugene Triplett, Milwaukee, brother of the groom. Dinner was served the bridal party at the Club Iowa, Charles City, following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Triplett are graduates of LeRoy High School. She has been employed at Rochester and he is with the Interstate Power Co. They will make their home in Adams. Maynard Heydt and family, Sargeant. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reinhart and son, Thomas Richard, Oak Ridge, Tenn., are spending the of l£andl^ Lesfcr H. And: holidays at the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E, L. Reinhart, R12 Padden, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Niemann, New Ulm, Minn. . (Continued on Page 15) *' Mr. and Mrs. David Bane and daughter, Webster, N. Y.. are visiting her mother, Mrs. Lillian Heydt, Sargeant, and her brother, PERSONAL NOTES Geroge Johnson, LeRoy, is a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. John Brandt, 1809 Sheldon,-is a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. His 1 rooh number is 292. Mrs. Loren Sutherland, 210 E. Winona, is a patient at St. Marys Hospital, Rochester. Her room number is 572. Roy Smith, Rogers, former Milwaukee Road engineer here, has Courtesy Selling Friday and Saturday BABY SALE save 10% to 50% YOUNKERS "Satisfaction Always" In Sterling Shopping Center RESOLVE... to enjoy winter fuYi and fashion with a permanent that can withstand the rigors of winter apparel such as hats, scarfs, etc. ... a hair-do that Is fashionable and yet easy to care for. Marga> rets t o d ay for an early appointment. Happy New Year To All! FBI. AND SAT. 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