The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 7, 1959 · Page 8
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8 AUSTIN (Mirm.) HESAlD f Wedffcsdoy, Jan. 7, 1959 Accordion Band Club Hears W. Lindstrom A program of accordion selections by Randy Kilmer. David K«st- rwr and Brenda Hamp highlighted t h f. Accordion Band Parent's, Club Monday evening. Members! met at the Zadworny Studio. A letter from Mrs. Frank Johnson, Austin Association for Mentally Retarded ^Children secretary.! expressed things* for the gift of> tl35.55, proceeds from the Dec-! ember accordion band festival. * | Winners Jn t ticket sale* con- : test for the festival were Mark; Klinger, first; Barbara Green, second and Terry Nelson and Char- lent Cumminfts, tied for third. i Willard Lindstrom told of "Par-' enta Responsibility to Their Chil- i dren." ! Refreshments were served by ; Mrs. Donald Kilmer and Mrs. Ro- i bert Hamp. ; Tourists reportedly spend morel than 225 million dollars a year in' Arizona. ! MR. AND MRS. NEITZEL Silver Anniversary for Ralph Neifzel's Mr. and Mrs. Ralph NeiUei. Coming, were honored on their silver wedding anniversary Sim- day at their home. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knuth and Diane, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Knuth and Randy. I.nkefielcf, Minn : Mr av.<! Mrs. Edgar Dun.se and family, Mr. and and Mrs. Nathan Hnnrock u n c! sons: Mr. and Mrs. Olaiv;:rp Soleta and family. Window: Mr. ;md Mrs. Roland Neitzel and children, Anoka: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Neitzel and family, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Neitzel and N a n c y. Jackson, Minn.: Mrs. Louise Neitzel and Elda, Lakefield; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Waal- kens and family, Hay ward; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Green and Jeanettc: Mrs. Ross 'McClain and Annett; Mr. and Mrs. William Kruger. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Betsinger Jr.; Linda Hanson. Austin; Mr, and Mrs. Everett Heems- j burger. Mr. and Mrs. John Waal- jkens and children, Albert Lea:' i Mr. and Ms. Eugene Jensen, Le! Ann Kay, Raymond and Rose : Marie O'Leary, Clark's Grove and Edward Knutson. Lanesl>oro. Eagles Auxiliary Holds Initiation MR AND MRS. HOMER HOUTS FormerAustinites P ERS ONAL NOTES The drained minced c!am» from a 7 - ounce can are just right | I to add to a half-pound of cream i lcheese for a spread. I ,, , ,, „ . ,, , 1 ' i Mr. and Mrs. Homer J. Houts, Lots of people dropping for Sun- Vancouver, Wash., will celebrate Will Celebrate j Golden Wedding Mrs. W, C. Van Pelt has entered St. Olaf Hospital for major stir- -(?ry. Her room number is 256. flay tea? Make extra-strong tea in your large-sized teapot, then di- 'lute with boiling water. their 30th wedding anniversary Saturday. ' Former Austin residents, he JU JA NE N SIUARY UBILEE , (was in charge of the meat de jpartment of the Square Deal Mar- :ket for many years. While in Austin, they resided at 705 N, Second. «..,,.„„ ... . . .„ Children o the couple who w«l) Smith, 901 Collins, is a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. He was admitted to Room 281 Monday night. Mrs. Herbert Ssvenson, 2502 Fourth Av. SW., is a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Her room number is 156. Floyd Jurgens. 1008 Harman, is a patient at St. Olaf Here's how to kiss winter goodbye! Freshen up your word- robe with theie • xciting new Jubilee fashions. They've got everything — fabulous carefree fabrics that ore crease-resistant and wash- , bers voted to continue unit able, fashion-wise styling,!jects the same as was done wonderful fit. You can put! past year this minute; wear them ttraight thru' to fall. At this ONLY THE 9.95 TOISTI TOE»I» m seventeen *** CHARM and on network TV Show* couver; Mn. Wayne Tanner ( Helen), Spokane; Mrs. Donald Campbell (Beulah), Mrs. Claire Vogen, (Velma), St. Paul. Mrs. Joseph Rysavy Accepts Club Office Venerable K a t e r i Tekawitha Unit met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Harley Nelson. Mrs. Robert Poshusta led recitation of the Rosary and Mrs. Orville Wangen conducted study club. During the business session, Mrs. Joseph Rysavy accepted the office of vice president and mem- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Harber, David and James, 602 S, Fourth, returned Monday evening after spending 11 days visiting In Key West, Miami, Cypress Gardens and Silver Springs, Fla. CandleliglH formal initiation ceremonies were held for nine new members when the Eagles Auxiliary met Tuesday. Those welcomed are Mrs. Ralph K. Gray, Mrs. Grant Shorrel, Mrs. Emil Rayman, Mrs. Odean Johnson, Mrs. Olive Schumacher, Mrs. Robert Lawson, Mrs. Kenneth G. Williamson f Mrs, Donald Aaby and Mrs. Otto Lensch. Auxiliary officers conducting the ritual were assisted by the drill team directed by Mrs. Kenneth Apotd. Mrs. Clara Tolbertson was reported a patient at Miller Rest Home, Lansing, and New Year's greetings were read from Andrew Halloran, Aerie grand worthy president. A letter from Mrs. Stella Moorehouse, grand auxiliary president, emphasized auxiliaries participation in the cancer research programs. Mrs. Wayne Matti, ways and means chairman, announced the Auxiliary and Aerie will have a ham dinner at FOE Hall Jan. 24. Mrs. Jack Cahffee, welfare, re- Cancer Pads Made by VFW Auxiliary Pillow tops and cancer pads were made by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Edward Smock, 816 E. Bridge. Mrs. Michael Feeley, Mrs. Walter Lutz and Mrs. Rose Redwing were assisting hostesses. Mrs. Edward Smock won the door prize and Mrs. Emery Smock, Monterey, Minn., was a guest. ported committees activities during the holidays. Mrs. Selmer Wobschall was •warded (he attendance prize and Miss Elsie Heimer won the special prize. Mrs. Matti was awarded the door prize. Following the business session, bingo was played during the social hour and refreshments were served. Hostesses were Mrs. Charles Nord, chairman, Mrs. Mattd, Mrs Irene O'Brien, Mf«. Eugene Me Kee and Mrs. Robert Patofi. The next meeting will be held Jan. 20 at FOE Hall. Mrs. Elam Hostess to Baptist Builders The Baptist Builders Class, First Baptist Church, met Tuesday for dessert luncheon with Mrs. S. P. Elam. Mrs. Kathryn McLaughlin was assisting hostess. Included on the serving committee were Mrs. Ray Rahilly, Mrs. C. H. Keller and Mrs. Loretta Curran. Mrs. McLaughlin conducted devotions and Mrs. Mathilda Paulson, Blooming Prairie and Mrs. Jennie Smith, offered prayer. Mrs. Elam, soloist, was accompanied by Mrs. Mabel Herman at the organ and Mrs. Donald Ho well gave the topic, "Studying the Bible." The spool heel is replacing the needle heel in fashion favor. It's the heel that's shaped in slightly after the manner of the Spanish heel. But it's higher than the Spanish heel. Mother Says She Was Framed' By ANN LANDERS [know who these people were, but pro- the them on under your coat' Durin f? tne social hour, prizes 1 for cards were, won by Mrs, Gerald Grimley and Mrs. Roscoe Blan chard. Mrs. Poshusta was award- wonderful low price, you'll i e d the door prize. 1 -- --• nary David Larson, Wood surely want several - sol Tlie Fe ^ruary meeting will be : with Mr*. Dear Ann Landers: I'm so mad at you I can't see straight. You said in a column the other day a woman who loses custody of her child and is denied visiting privileges must be a pretty bad apple because most courts try to give the child to the mother if she's half way decent. I am not quoting you exactly because I can't find the cockeyed column, but that was the general idea. they seemed to know t lot about me. I suggest you send for the spoon that's sitting in the Philadelphia publisher's office, and eat your words. I hope this straightens you out and that you now get the picture. — FRAMED I got the picture but I doubt that you got the frame. If you are such a living doll where were your character witnesses? A clergy U I f. i i. ,|W'U1 J hurry for first choicel; haven Beta Mu Chapter ;Hears Jay Tollefson IJ LArCNSIVC Jay Tollefson discussed trends in home decorating when the Beta Mu Chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority met Tuesday evening. Mrs. Dan Patterson, 217 E. Mill, was hostess. | man, a doctor, or a kind neigh- You re plenty j bor could have smashed the naive if you don't "phony" testimony to bits. Your lawyer knows the court know that a sharp lawyer or a fixed judge can get a from good an this subject because it happened to me. My husband's child away a perfectly || mother. I'm authority on hasn't lost jurisdiction of your minor child. If you can present evidence that you are a fit mother, the court can always change the decision. Work along these lines if you feel an unjustice has been done. Dear Ann: We've been married Ann Landers family had plenty i fou r years. My husband's first Miss Sandra Woodward, 20(5 S. of money and they framed me.,wife died in childbirth. J married iOakwood, will be hostess for the'They produced phony witnesses him when his little girl was only next meeting. |who swore I was no good. I didn't sensational silk-look in cotton by Jonathan Logan These and.many other styles are available in junior, misses and half sizes, at. , . CASEDY Your favoiile ihirt has the hand-screened »'ii> print look that is making fashion headlines this year! Bouffant skirt, wide, wide belt end roll sleeves — and Oils Jonathan logon is also a wash and wear! B!,J» or lilac. 7 to 15. eight months old. We now have two children of our shock. She'll feel betrayed tnd her confidence Jn you will be ihttter- Please dont pitch the basket because ed. Dear Ann: this letter in it soundd like an unimportant teenage problem. I need help badly. I'm a sophomore in high school and the first part of the year was swell. A very nice guy took me to most of the school partle* and to outside affairs, too. I treated him rotten, broke dates on him and lied. Now that be': stopped calling me .1 realize how wonderful he is. I want him to ask me out again. How can I arrange it? — MOLLIE Invite him to something — icon. Let him know how you feel. If you recapture his heart, handle it with care, Lucky. Dear Ann: A certain woman I play cards with thinks she a putting one over. I went to school with her in Wichita Falls, Texas and I know her birthday is the same week as mine. I was born in 1917 and so was she. This makes own. We never told my husband's us both 4 1 years old. child that I'm not her blood moth- It makes me boil when I hear er. She has the same coloring as j her tell people she is "as old as the other children and they arelJack Benny." This means she's alike in many ways. I trying to get by as 39. mother >f school age. I'm afraid the news might be a terrible emotional shock to her. My motto is "What they don't know can't hurt "em." May I have your thinking on this vital problem? — RAMONA Dear Ramona: Your motto is merely a collection of words. What people don't know often hurts them a great deal. Children should grow up with the knowledge that they are adopted or step-children. When the notion is planted early there is no emotional shock. It becomes an integral part of their thinking. If you attempt to keep this information from the child, someone out of the dim past will give her the real news one day and then will come a real emotional Should *• All I need is one word of encouragement from you. — NETTIE The next time she says she's as old as Jack Benny why not tell her she doesn't look 63. If people who fib about their age knew how little others care they'd save themselves the time and energy. One wise old duck made this statement: "The years women subtract from their ages are not lost. They add them to the ages of other women." To learn the knack of feeling comfortable with the opposite sex, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "How To Be Date Bait," enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope. HAT SALE 1/96 BETTER HATS PRICE 224 N, Chath»m VALUE STORE Austin Hotel Bldg <$#ttAonA JEWELRY HALT PRICE Hi 3-8201 first in Uihion Acrp$$ From Penney Store JANUARY Save 1/3 to More Than '/i On DRESSES Missec, Juniors and Half Sizet Selling In Thr*» Group* Kt 9 . t* $14.95 R«*. $24.95 Reg. $35.00 K«f. $35 f. $45 Dresstt — Ftshiott Floor Save Vj to Vi On COATS SELLING IN 4 BIO GROUPS '.95 $ oo *r R««. $59.95 to $69.95 VtiUM *28 $ 48 t« $55.00 V«|UM t* $89.95 Valuo* 38 $ 58 Co*i * Main Floor Items! * REGULAR $7.91 to $12.98 SWEATERS '/a OFF REGULAR $5.91 to $12.91 SKIRTS $ 4-'5- $ 7 REGULAR $2.91 to $5.91 BLOUSES $ 2- $ 3- $ 4 CLEARANCE OF FAMOUS MAKE-REG. $29.95 to $95.00 KNIT SUITS < 2 PRICE St/itt — Main Ptoor Sports WW * Downstairs Store Items! CLEARANCE OF LADIES' COATS CLEARANCE OP DRESSES VALUtS TO $6.98 $31 Sav« '/I to 14 on Girls' COATS and COAT SETS Sizes 1 to 3, 3 to 6x and 7 to 14 Vatu«s from $14.95 to $29.95 $ 7 90 - $ 12 90 - $ 17 90 - $ 19 90 GIRLS' SUBTEEN-REG. $29.95 to $35 00 COATS $ 19 90 -*23'° CLEARANCE OF LADIES' REG. $3.98 SKIRTS *2 88 WHITE SALE SPECIALS CANNON FINE MUSLIN BLEACHED WHITE SHEETS and GASES Twin Fitted 94 «Jft Bottom Sheet* . . V I iV9 Double Fitted C1 7Q Bottom Sheets . . Vli IV 72x108 P-f /Jfl Flat Sheet* $ I iP« 81x108 »1 Flat Sheets ... V 111 CANNON RNE PERCALE BLEACHED WHlft SHEETS and GASES Twin Fined Bottom Sheoti Double Fitted Bottom Sheets $2.35 72x108 Flat Sheet* $2.55 8U '°« 42x38 'i Cot«« .. Flot Sheet* 59c $2.35 $2.55 CANNON FINE PERCALE COLORED SHEETS and GASES Twin Fitted Bottom Sheets Double Fitted Bottom She«t* $2.55 '""" $2.65 * 42*38 ' C«MM Flat Sheet* 81x108 Flat Sheet* 59c $2.55 $2.85 CANNON, No. 1 Second* WashCloths il^r 6, 0 ,39o FINE CANNON No. 1 Seconds of 98c Qualify Bath Towtls !}% IA 59c Pattcl t Solid Colon. Mylar and Woven Border*

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