The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 3, 1959 · Page 5
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raman GUESS WHATI "The Reluctant Dragon" is coming to town. ine children's play, already presented by the Minneapolis Junior League to several Twin Cities audiences, will to perform-' ed twice Jan. 10 at the Austin High School Auditorium. Curtain times will be 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m., under the direction of Don Stolz. " A ^« ndeF Auguslus >" the Reluctant Dragon, will be played by Mrs. Clifford Ashmun. Twenty cast members, including Mrs. Edward Schlampp and Mrs. George D. Dayton III, their production crew and several husbands "pressed into service for the day" will travel via chartered bus. The appearance of the Junior League is sponsored by the Austin branch of the American Association of University Women. Miss Thena Sorkill is general chairman, assisted by Mrs. Ernest Jones, who has charge of tickets. Mrs. Jay Daane and Miss Priscilla Hartley are handling publicity and Miss Lorna Bates will supervise the ushers. An advertising flyer done by Stan Whittemore, grade school art supervisor, will be distributed to Austin grade school students and tickets will be available through the grade schools. Mothers of preschoolers may contact Mrs. Merril Rolfson for tickets which also will be available at the door. * * * * AS AIRY AS a petal and as fresh as an April morning. That's the way Carita's angel hair style has been described. As you can see, a ring • of soft curls circles wide around the head to fluff above the ears and at the very top, a halo of bangs. The stylist says it's a charming hair-do that slims the chin and spotlights the eyes. * * * * BEIGE LEADS the popularity list in colors for the home ?t" this year. That's followed by sandalwobd, pink, oyster white, light green, turquoise, light blue and yellow. Dark green, popular during the middle 50s, is No. 20 on the color parade and light gray has slumped to ninth place. Dark blue has been consistently in last place since 1946, says Faber Birren, color consultant who compiled the chart based on actual records of consumer buying and demand. And what has happened to red? Isn't that anyone's favorite anymore? » •:« * ft _ WINNER OF the Best Hatted Award is Rosalind Russell, vivacious star of stage, screen and television. Adam Gimbel, president of Saks Fifth Avenue, presented the Golden Hat Award in New York on behalf of the Millinery Institute of America. Roz has been proclaimed the best halted woman in the world for 1958. Five hundred fashion editors voted for her and after the award was made, the actress said, "Hatlessness is old hat!" Last year's winner was Prmcess Grace of Monaco. IF YOU DISLIKE burning or tearing MBM up those pretty Christmas cards you re- Miss Russell ceived this season, 'don't do it. Two nuns in the art department of a small girls' college in California would love to have them. The Immaculate Heart College has become nationally famous for its unique style of art founded and fostered by Sister Magdalen Mary, IHM, chairman of the art department, and Sister Mary Corita, IHM, professor of art. The two sisters specialize in use of broken bits of pottery, old jewelry, scraps of cloth, magazines and other bric-a-brac to create beautiful mosaics and other works of art. The sisters have let it be known that they can use the lovely art that decorates so many Christmas cards. Some will be used for their decorations, others for special designs. The National Housing Center, 1625 L St., NW, Washington 6, D. C. will act as a collection point and trans-shipper of your old Christmas cards. 31 * » :? TIME FLIES and April will be here before you know it, so start giving a little thought to the Miss Austin Pageant if you or any of your friends are eligible. Contestants for the Miss Austin title must reach their ]8th, but not their 28th birthday by Sept. 1. The winner will again receive a wardrobe and scholarship and ot course, go on to the Miss Minnesota contest in May at St. Paul. You think about it and if you know a pretty and talented young lady who would be eligible, encourage her to enter the pageant. Entries will open in the near future say the three pageant cochairmen, Roger Larson, David Owen and Joseph Stenger. * • * » THEY SAY good things come in small packages—and some of them might weigh about 7 pounds, 9'.i ounces! The Ray Hewitts, 1306 W. College, would say so. Julie Jo, their first child, was born at St. Olaf Hospital Dec. 29 and a welcome addition to the Hewitt clan she is, too! For 10 generations the Hewitts have fathered sons, and Julie Jo along with daughters of Ray's two brothers, are the first girls born into the family in the 10-year span. Ray is an employe at the Austin State Bank. The Hewitts will take Julie Jo to Clear Lake, Iowa, for a home folks' inspection before long. They aren't worried a bit but that she'll pass. * * * * SANDRA ANDERSON will add some traveling to her activities at the University of Minnesota this winter. She's a member of the University Theater Touring Co. which will make appearances throughout the midwest during the winter quarter, presenting Richard Sheridan's "The Rivals." Sandy, who has the role of the harpischordist, will return to the U Sunday has rehearsals. The first performance is set for Jan. 8, at the university and on Jan. 9, the company travels to Vermillion, S. D. Sandy, a former Miss Austin, has spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Anderson, 1015 Johnson. NEW OFFICERS AND QUARTET — The Women's Association of the Austin Symphony Orchestra has elected Mrs. Arthur Bustad, left, president-, and Mrs Walter Hartman, secretary. The quartet at Friday's meeting included James Ulwelling and Bonnie Mistretta, violinists; Diane Plunkett, harpist; Roberta Mistretta, cellisV. Symphony Association Hears String Quartet, Names New Officers New officers were named Friday by the Women's Association of the Austin Symphony Orchestra. Mrs. Arthur Bustad is president; Mrs. John Madura, vice president; Mrs. Walter Hartman, secretary; Mrs. R. A. Anderson, treasurer. Members met at the home of Mrs. W. F. Plunkett, 301 Southwood Road. Music included selections by a quartet composed of Roberta Mistretta, cellist; Diane i Plunkett, harpist; Bonnie Mistret-l ta and James Ulwelling, violin- lists. i ) This month, there will be a bene- | fit travelogue and Mrs. Steven Klo-1 'eckner will sponsor a-benefit card! party at the home of Mrs. H. V. j Plunkett Sr., 609 N. Kenwood. Thoj | next regular session will be Feb. I '6. Teen-age girls know they are growing and usually handle resulting clothing problems accordingly. Often, though, they neglect their growing feet. Years later they suffer for it. Choose school and dress- up shoes with a snug, well-fitting arch and plenty of toe room. Also, this is an age to avoid spike heels, both for comfort and appearance. ANNIVERSARY — Mr, and Mrs. Calvin C. Arthur, Hollandale, observed their 61st wedding anniversary Dec. 26. With them, were their four children, Mrs.. J. R. Stanley, L. L. Arthur, Mrs. Edward Moore and Mrs. Eileen Christiansen. The Arthurs have H grandchildren and 14 great - grandchildren NEWS for WOMEN Fishermen who are fortunate enough to visit their favorite angling spots during the cool months can bring their fish back well preserved. Simply line fish boxes with plastic foam and fill them with ice. This makes a good insulation for ice storage and keeps fish fresh until they can be cooked or properly frozen. COMING EVENTS MONDAY JACK ARMSTRONG WRC 23 will meet for a 12:30 potluck luncheon and installation of officers at the VFW Hall. MOWER AND Fillmore County Grange officers will meet at Lansing Grange Hall in the morning and afternoon. TOPS CLUB 2 will meet with Mrs. Elmer Grunwaldt, 702 S. Main, in the evening. REBEKAH LODGE will meet in the evening at the IOOF Hall. TELEPHONE WIVES Club will meet Sn the evening at the community room of Sterling State Bank. TUESDAY GIA to B of LE will meet in the afternoon with Mrs. J. H. Hogan, 607 Medary. BAPTIST BUILDERS Class. First Baptist Church, will meet for a 1:30 dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs. Kalhryn McLaughlin, 502 S. St. Paul. VFW AUXILIARY will meet In the afternoon for sewing at the home of Mrs. Edward Smock, 810 E. Bridge. EAGLES AUXILIARY will meet in the evening at the FOE Hall, preceded by a meeting of officers. LINCOLN PTA will meet in the evening at the school. WOODSON PTA will meet in the evening at the school. RNA WILL meet with Mrs. Roy Morgan, 1408 Walnut, in the evening. WEDNESDAY CHURCH OF Christ circles will meet as follows: DORCAS CIRCLE with Mrs. Jack Adams, 609 S. Sixth, in the morning. RUTH CIRCLE with Mrs. A. M. Engle, 508 Division, in the afternoon. ESTHER CIRCLE with Mrs. Herman Haack, Elmhurst Addition, in the afternoon. MARTHA CIRCLE with Mrs. Byron Peterson, 1906 Deneen, in the afternoon. NAOMI CIRCLE with Mrs. Alex Thompson, 401 W. Oakland, in the evening. LEAGUE OF Women Voters units will meet in the afternoon as follows: UNIT 1 with Mrs. L. S. Harbo, 705 S. Fifth. UNIT 2 with Mrs. Elmer Me Farlane, Austin Rt. 3. UNIT 3 with Mrs. Robert Carlson, Austin Country Club. ! UNIT 4 with Mrs. Richard Arney, 104 Eastwood Road. UNIT 5 with Mrs. Frank Cafourek, 208 W. College. UNIT G with Mrs. John Furman, 603 S. Sixth. UNIT 7 with Mrs. L. B. Hill, 506 N. First. UNIT 8 with Mrs. Glenn Kelley, 900 W. Freeborn. UNIT 9 with Mrs. Peter Bye, 1304 N. Sixth. UNIT 9 with Mrs. Lowell Gillett, 900 Park. JANICE BALDNER Miss Janice Baldner, James Christiansen Will Wed in June Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Baldner, 303 S. River, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Janice, to James Christiansen Jr. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Christiansen Sr., 21U Deneen. The wedding will take place in June. She's Satisfied With Her Life PERSONAL NOTES George Winslow, Spring Valley, is a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Mark W. Johnson is a patient at Veterans Hospital. His address is: Ward 71, Room 138, Veterans Hospital, 54th St. and 48th Ave., Minneapolis IT. Mrs. Fred Dean and Dolores, Sterling Motel, attended the Stephens College alumni luncheon Tuesday at the Minneapolis Women's Club. Dolores is now a student at Moorhead State College. Mrs. Clarence E. Hovey, 610 N. Railway, has returned home after spending the holidays with her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Felix, Tucson, Ariz. Mrs. Charles Bollmer and Mrs. Lucille Kaus a«d family were guests of their daughter and ion, respectively, at Rapid City, S. D., over the Christmas holidays. Pvt. Sherman Kaus is stationed with the 'Second Missile Bu., Ellsworth ! AFB, Rapid City. i Out-of-town persons attending the funeral of Mrs. Anna Prihoda Dec. 27, were Charles Cerney, Kettle !River, Minn.; Percival Cerney, Vlaydesta Stupach, Lilian Bromer!'.ck Mercedes Cerney, St. Paul 1 ;Mrs. Frances White, Mr. and Mrs i Robert Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. i ?rancis White, Mason City; F. J. Zemanek, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Horsfall, St. Ansgar; Mrs. Lottie Little, Osage; Frank Zavadil, Hol- iland, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Roger .Hoyne, Rochester; Mrs. Donald !Hewitt, Willernie, Minn.; Mr. and ! Mrs. Kenneth Prihoda, Wayzata, •Minn.; others from Albert Lea, 'Glenville, Myrtle, London, Lyle, : Ellendale, Blooming Prairie and ! Brownsdale. By ANN LANDERS Dear Ann: I'm a slightly plump housewife, age 37. Our three children are in school all day and I love to putter around the house, put up strawberry jam, read good books, and even take a nap if I feel like it. I worked for six j years after we married and it's a treat to be able to stay at home and live a leisurely life. Most of the women in the neigh- fa o r h o o d have part • time jobs. Some work from 0 till 5. The other day a friend told me of a part-time job in the neigh- b o r h o o d book store and the salary was $30 a week. My husband thought it Ann Landers would be a "good idea" because we could use the extra money. I turned it down saying I preferred to put up with the sun- split curtains and rather worn furniture and just go along enjoying my unhurried and uncomplicated life. Am I crazy because I have no burning desire for wall • to - wall carpeting and a glassed . in sun porch? Tell me the truth. — C.C.S. Crazy? Not at all. If you like your life as it is why change it? I salute you — your strawberry jam and the sun- split curtains. The world is filled with people who are knocking themselves to pieces to own "better" things. Often they learn too late that the price was higher than they had anticipated — and it wasn't worth it. People can live on less — when they have more to live for. "Farmers always have something to eat" they'd say. "You can always go out and kill a pig or a cow." (Did you ever hear of such nonsense?) Vacation time, nieces and nephews would be sent to us for "fresh country air." Every summer I had kids sleeping on feather quilts on the floor. They weren't interested in helping with the chores or lending a hand in the house. All they wanted was fresh air, afternoons in the hammock and Aunties pies. We worked on a very slim margin of profit, and finally had to give up the farm and move to the city. The moochers made the difference between success and failure. Now, after a few years of city life, the children are begging to go back to the farm. My husband is undecided. How can we protect ourselves from people who make a summer resort out of a farmer's home? — U.D.T. You have a very good writing arm (9 pages) — why not use a little of that energy where it will 1 do some good? Tell your friends; and relatives you're returning to! the soil on a new basis. . .NOi GUESTS WELCOME UNLESS IN-! VITED. If you haven't the backbone to! do this, I suggest you stay in the; city. It will save van expenses —; both ways. j CONFIDENTIAL TO CARRIE: l| have never supported inter-faith i dating. Stick to your own. Mar-i riage presents- enough problems without manufacturing more. CONFIDENTIAL TO HORACE: Bermuda shorts on the street for men? UGH! The knee-cap is the ugliest part of the human anatomy. Why parade it? CONFIDENTIAL TO MARTHA: Tell him if he isn't old enough to ask his mother for his bank book he isn't old enough to get married. A man 28 years of age who gives mama his check and lets her "manage his money" is a poor marriage prospect. Are your parents too strict? You can benefit from the experiences of thousands of teenagers if you read ANN LANDERS' new booklet, "How To Live With Your Parents," enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a large, self- addressed, stamped envelope. (Ann Landers will be glad to jhelp you with your problems Send them to her in care of THE HERALD, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope.) ADAMS UNIT with Mrs. Walter Kinder, ROSE CREEK Literary Club will meet for a 1:30 dessert with Mrs. Melvin jfchnorenberg, Rose Creek. MC INTYRE WRC 27 will meet for a 12:30 potluck luncheon and installation of officers at the KC Hall. PHILOMATHIAN CLUB will meet in the afternoon with Mrs. John Mayer 50(1 Elm Tree Road. BISHOP GILBERT Unit will meet in the guild hall of Christ Episcopal Church for a I o'clock luncheon. BISHOP BRENT Unit will meet in the evening with Mrs. Victor Clark, 103 S. Franklin. GOLDEN AGE Club will meet in the afternoon at the Moose Home. XI KAPPA Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet in the evening with Mrs. Louis Stadheim, 802 Neola. OUR SAVIOR'S Lutheran Guild will meet in the evening at the church for guest night. THURSDAY CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S Fellowship will hold an all-day sewing meeting and noon potluck luncheon at Sterling Christian Church. ST. OLAF Lutheran Missionary Guild will meet in the afternoon at the church parlors. DAR WILL meet for a 1:30 dessert luncheon at the YWCA. CIRCLE ONE, Grace Lutheran Church, will meet in the afternoon with Mrs. Hans Voss, 1007 Sullivan. ROYAL NEIGHBORS of London will meet in the afternoon for installation of officers at the home of Mrs. Roy Scheffel, Glenville Rt. 1. WOMEN OF Moose will meet in the evening at the Moose Home. WOMEN OF Moose library committee will meet in the evening at the Moose Home. WCOF WILL meet in the evening at the KC Hall. ST. JOHN'S Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet in the evening at the church parlors. BISHOP ROWE Unit will meet in the evening at the guild hall of Christ Episcopal Church. ST. OLAF CIRCLE 29 will meet in the evening at the parish house reception room. Miss Janet Kay Buss, Aaron Klompenhower Wed at Spring Valley Miss Janet Kay Buss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ervln W. Buss, Spring Valley, become the bride of Aaron Klompenhower, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Klompenhow- er, Preston, Friday evening The Rev. W, J. Pilgrim performed the ceremony nt 7:30 p.m. at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Spring Valley. Miss Jonn Pilgrim, Fnribnult, accompanied tho soloist, Donald Hngbcrg, Grand Mendow. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white velvet with a fitted bodice, long sleeves and pleated waltz-length PEGGY TWITCHELL skirt. Her veil of illusioi\ net was _ held with a crown of seed pearls Peggy Twitchell. and she carried n while Bible with u red rosebuds, white mums and Harvard Jendersee Mrs. Lawrence Ralhbun, sister Betrothal Announced of the bride, was matron of honor Mr . IUK , Mrs< c . L . Twilche ii, mid Miss Virginia Buss, nlso a Grand Mendow, announce the en- sister, and Miss Shirley Christopb-'g^enicnf. of their daughter. Peg- erson were bridesmaids. Theylgy, u, Harvard Jcndersee. son of wore red velvet gowns, fashioned i Mr. and Mrs. William Jundersec, idfintical to the bridnl gown and j Dexter carried bouquets of white pompons Mlss Twi(dlell is a s , , t will holly and red and green lne ML . thodist K . lhler Schoo , o[ Christmas bolls. !Nursin B . Rochester. No date has Richard Klompenhower attend- j been .set for the wedding, ed his brother as bestman andi Clarence Quandrud, Winona, and r Richard Sleverson, Preston, wen- 1 tUDICe groomsmen. Ushers wore Law-; p.--,-__ j ._ A;l-,„,.,, renceRathbun and James Plckelt.i tn 9 Q 9 e d tO Marry The ringbearer was Gregory Roth-1 JnmpQ I I lrlirl<- bun, nephew of the britk l^mcs u. UCIIL.IV Mrs. Buss wore a navy blue! Announcement 'has been made dress with n white feathered hat | of tnc engagement of Miss Eunice and the groom's mother was at-1 H;ll » ni(ira and James L. Urlick. tired in a navy blue dress with ac- ! She is the daughter of Mrs. Har- cessories to match. Their cor- old Ames, New Ulm, and E. J. sages were of red rosebuds mid Hummero, 1208 S. River, and his holly. ' . parents are Mr. and- Mrs. Leo Ur- A reception for 175 guests wasj lick ' 6 " N - Seventh. 5 AUSTIN (Minn.) HEBAtO Saturday, Jan, 3, 1959 Gwendolyn Mlenar and Richard Ruesink Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. William Mlenaf, Spring Valley, announce the mar* riage of their daughter, Gwendolyn, to Richard Ruesink, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rttesink, Spring Valley. The wedding took place Sunday evening at Our Savior's Luth* eran Church, Spring Valley, tha Rev. Walter Pilgrim performing the ceremony. James Bozarth, soloist, was accompanied by Lawrence Rathbun. A gown of lace and tulle over taffeta was worn by .the bride, given in marriage by her father. She carried a white orchid on a Bible and a crown of sequins and pearls held her veil of silk illusion. Miss Donna Mlenar, Spring Valley, attended her sister as maid of honor and Mrs. Herbert Kendall, Fountain, and Miss -Judy Richards were bridesmaids. They wore gowns of white lace over aqua taffeta and carried white fur muffs with aqua carnations. Evelyn Kendall was flower girl and Randy Mlenar, ringbearer. Ivan Termart, Spring Valley, was bestman and Henry Luetink and Robert Meyer were groomsmen. Ushers were Robert Regan, LeRoy, and Percy Henderson, j Spring Valley. Mrs. Robert Regan was hostess at the reception held in the church parlors. , Mr; and Mrs. Reusink will make ,heir home on a farm, near Spring Valley. held in the church parlors with Miss Elsa Schoebel as hostess. Mrs. Milton Teamenson, Grand Meadow, and Mrs. William Buss, Rochester, poured as refreshments were served. Miss Jacquc Hovey was at the guest, book and Miss Marilyn Kinder and Mrs. James Kvall displayed the gifts. After a short trip, Mr. and Mrs. Klompenhower will make their home in Preston. LS to B of LFE Honors Mrs. Folk Members of the LS to B of LFE called on Mrs. Paul Falk, 310 S. Burr Oak, Friday. She has been confined to her home since April. Mrs. Leonard Ullwelling, president of Golden Jubilee Lodge, presented Mrs. Falk with a gift and her 40-year membership pin from Prairie Rose Lodge, Huron, S. D. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Lois Weds Stanley Ask Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon, Spring Valley, announce the marriage of their daughter, Lois, to Stanley Ask, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ask, Lanesboro. The wedding took placa Nov. 22, at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Spring Valley. Attending the couple were Miss Delores Ask and Clarence Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Ask are now at home on a farm, near Lanesboro. Little caps of curled ostrich feathers look lovely with the dark colors and furs of winter. They're done in shining shades of blue and deep pink and olive green. Household Hints A worn-out glove is pretty hole- less unless it is only the seam that's open. When the fingers wear, retire the pair to kitchen work or for use under rubber gloves when floor scrubbing. With :he fingers cut off, they are good for gardening. Collecting recipes is worthwhile and a lot of fun. After many years a well-used file of recipes can become quite dog-eared. Prevent this by covering the cards with plastic or merely dip them in shellac. Shellac will prevent smudging as well as stiffen the cards, Leather takes kindly to loving care. Shoes respond to polish, repairs made in time and rotation. The way that they respond is to give you far longer service. The shortest way to the shining, well-groomed head is the hair brush. Many women who are otherwise pictures of poise are-careless about this one detail. Frowsy hair destroys the illusion of good looks. Sunday, January 4 PASTORS. Arthur L. S*en)0n, Jamm E, Biqolen, Melvin E. Houge SERVICES: 8:45, 9:45 and 10:45 A. M. Sermon: "The World's Response To Christmas" The 10:45 A. M. t«t»loe U broadtatt gytf radio •ration KAUS. SUNDAY SCHOOL: 8:45, 9:45, 10:35 •nd 11:15 A. M. CHILDREN'S WORSHIP SERVICES: 8:45, 9:45, 10:35 and 11:15 A. M. Dear Ann: I've been reading your column for a long time and i I've noticed many letters from city ' people who complain because relatives drop in on them all the time. They seem to think, if people live a distance, and their.pjace is hard j to get to, they'd be safe from mooching friends and relatives. I'd like to tell you what our ; experience has been. My husband is a farmer at heart. We farmed the first five years of our marriage.' We'd have made a 1 go of it if it hadn't been for our | "friends" and relations. We didn'i '•. ' have one Sunday to ourselves in' five years. We never knew who'd , show up next. Often three and • four carloads would pull up — leach from t different city. Shop & Save ai the R. & E. FOOD MARKET NOW OPEN SUNDAY 9 A. M. till 9 P. M. QUALITY MEATS AND GROCERIES Corner of Railway & Garfield Streeti • Uti of Fret Forking CONTINUES THROUGH JANUARY THIS IS ONE OF THE GREATEST VALUE EVENTS EVER OFFERED IN THE HISTORY OF OUR STORE! HURRY! HURRYI Moke your selection now FABULOUS FURS REDUCED DURING -OUR- JANUARY FUR SALE There's a fur, a style, a size, and a price to please everyone. Each coat meets our high standard of perfection and beauty. You'll find fabulous full length coats, versatile short coats, popular capes, stoles, clutches and elegant scarfs to go with suits. Some are one of a kind. And of course, the best values will go first, so hurry. No Gift U More Appreciated Than A FUR COAT! SAVE SUBSTANTIALLY AT AUSTIN FUR SHOPPE 112 I. Water JOHN TREEF, Furrier

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