The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 8, 1959 · Page 6
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 6

Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, January 8, 1959
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^-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Thursday, Jon. 8, 1959 NEWS for WOMEN ' CARMEN LINDEMAN Carmen Lindeman, Curtis M.Eastman Will Speak Vows Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lindeman, 703 Harrison, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Carmen LaRaye to Curtis M. Eastman, son of Mrs. Lillian Eastman, 710 College. A January wedding is planned. Beta Sigma Phi to Hold Style Show Plans were completed for a style show and « workshop was held at a meeting of the Beta Sigma Phi nt the home of Mrs. Charles Morem, 607 Rochford, Wednesday evening, Mrs. Tom Prewitt. was assisting hostess. The next meeting will be held Jan. 21 at the Sterling State Bank Community Room. RUMMAGE SALE Frigidaire refrigerator 5 years old, chair and ottoman, dishes, cooking utensils, misc. furniture. Friday and Saturday, rear door, 711 Moscow. Adv. 2T COMING EVENTS THURSDAY CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S Fellowship will hold an all-day sewing meeting and noon potluck luncheon at Sterling Christian Church WOMEN OF Moose library com mittee 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 fin 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. PARTY LINE Club will mee with Mrs. Nels Sorcnson, 2203 Fourth Av.. SW. in the evening WOMEN OF Moose will meet ii the evening at the Moose Home ST. AUGUSTINE ROSARY So- ceity will meet in the church din ing room in the evening, MODERN MATRONS will mee jut the YWCA in the evening. GIA to the B of LE Installs New Slate i New officers installed for t h iCiIA to the B of LE include Mrs : H. J. Gannon, president. Servinj i with Mrs. Gannon are Mrs, Lit; Siegfreid, vice president; Mrs Mary Burns, past president; Mrs Emma Whiteside, secretary; Mr? Sylvia Hazeltine, treasurer; Mrs Gus Mohs, relief secretary; Mrs Estella Bruns, chaplain; Mrs. H. J Hogan, guard; Mrs. M. T. White sentinel. Members met for installation ser vices Tuesday afternoon with Mrs J. H. Hogan. Mrs. Siegfreid was installing officer with Mrs. Haze! tine, installing marshal]. Bingo was played during the social hour with prizes won by Mrs. Milton Erichson and Mrs Blanche Trenary. RUMMAGE SALE Come and see what you find. Al week. 2318 E. Oakland. Adv. IT DRASTICALLY REDUCED! OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S TOPCOATS'. WOOL TOPCOATS HAVE MORE STYLE . . . WEAR! Every coot in this coltecHon is toll. cred to Penney specificotions. Tweeds, velours, cheviots, soxon. tes with region or set-in sleevei. Grey J n blue, ton 'n brown. Main Fioof men t sixes 38 to 44 regular, long DECEMBER WEDDING — Mr. and Mrs. John F. Bloch are now at home at 1540 S. Albion, Denver Colo. The couple were married at St. Olaf Lutheran Church Dec. 26. -She is the former Dorothy Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L H. Williams, 406 Mankaro and he is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. Fred H. Bloch', Wheat Ridge, Colo. Mrs. Ray Wistrcill Reviews Book forPhilomathians Mrs. Ray Wistrcill reviewed Masters of Deceit," J. Edga Hoover's book of startling facts about Communism, when the Phil omathian Club met Wednesday Hoover calls Communism "the ma or menace of our time". His book explains what Communism is, de fines its aims, tells the real dang ers it imposes and tells what loya American citizens must know to protect their freedom against it VIrs. Wistrcill said. Mrs. A. D Palcich also reviewed severa books. Mrs. John Mayer, 508 Elm Tree was hostess for dessert luncheon at 1:30 p.m. preceding the meet ing. Mrs. Leon Zender was te chairman, assisted by Mrs. Joh McBride, Mrs. John McDermott Mrs. Emil Scheid, Mrs. Raymon Scott. MR. AND MRS. OTTO KOSEL 25th Anniversary for The Otto Kosel's Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kosel, 20G Lyman Lane, will observe their silver wedding anniversary Sunday. Open house will be held at their home from 2-5 p.m. Jobs Daughters Set Jan. 10 for Installation Sigri Sitz, Job's Daughters honored queen-elect, extended invita tions to parents and reminded members of installation of officers when members met Tuesday evening at Masonic Hall. Installation ceremonies will be held at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Sandra Hockett, retiring honored queen, outlined activities of the past year. Reports were given on the Christmas forman and junior high holiday party. It was announced the Job's Daughters cook books will be on sale within the next few weeks. Potluek supper preceeded the session. Lincoln PTA Presented Recording A recording of the Star Spangleci Banner was presented to Lincoln PTA by the Austin Farm Bureau unit when the PTA met Tuesday evening at the school gym. Carl Brill, 1958 Community Am bassador to Poland, spoke and showed slides. Room count prizes were won by Mrs. Irvin Peterson, first grade Miss Viola Moore, fourth and fifth, Miss Teresa Garry and Free |Vogel were awarded door prizes Golden Age Club Honors 2 Members The birthday song honored W H. Gilbert and Mrs. Christo Anderson when the Golden A g Club met Wednesday afternoon a Moose Home. Forty • two men' bers attended. Chef's Favorite PRINTED PATTERN SAVE ON WOOL AND WOOL BLEND FLANNELS Foncy patterns ond solids . . . MORE for'the young man's word- robe! The fabrics ore flawless, the tailoring caters exactly to our 3- feutixi specification;,! floor 25 00 regular, shorts, ; long* lise* 38 te 44 SIZES S-10-12 M-14-16 L-18-: WRC 27 Installs New Officers On Wednesday Mrs, Frank Prey was insalled s president of Mclntyre WRC 27 i services Wednesday at the KG all. Potluck luncheon preceded he service. Other officers are Mrs. Cecalia atch, senior president; Mrs. Gertude Arens, junior vice president; Ars. Kenneth Buck, treasurer; /Irs. A. H. Schalback, chaplain; rtrs. Roy Kelly, guard; Mrs. Lese Bell, secretary; Mrs. Harry leilsen, patriotic instructor; Mrs, ,ddie Crampton, assistant guard; ilrs. Betty Fiala, musician; Mrs. ohn Retterath, Mrs. Robert Stout, drs. Peter Peterson. Mrs. Edward Veis, color bearers; Mrs. John xx>k, conductor, Mrs, Charles Gilgan, counselor, and Mrs. Arden Susse, press correspondent. Guests included Mrs, Bert Ranlolph, department treasurer and drs. Louise Doherty, S. Paul; Mrs. Sdwyna Fuller, Minneapolis, de- artment secretary and Mrs. Verla Griffith, Rochester, chairman f the department executive board. Mrs. Leslie Bell, state depart- nent president, installing officer, was assisted by Mrs. Griffith, conductor, and Mrs. Randolph, chap, ain. Mrs. Kenneth Buck, retiring resident, introduced the guests, who extended greetings. Mrs. Buck was presentd with a gift from offers serving with her the past year. Mrs. Frey thanked the install- ng officers and announced t h e icxt meeting Jan. 21 at KG Hal: in the afternoon. WILL RESIDE IN ALBERT LEA — Mr. and Mrs. Law, rence Lee are at home at 102 Karherine, Albert Lea, following a honeymoon in Chicago. They were married Dec. 26 at Six Mile Grove Lutheran Church near Lyle. She is the former Beverly Eggen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eggen, Lyle and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee, Otisco, Minn. Worple-Dempsey Vows Spoken Jan. 3 Evelyn Marie Berg, Kenneth J, Heimer Will Wed Feb. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berg, 615 N. Division, announce the engagement ,nd forthcoming marriage of their laughter Evelyn Marie to Kenneth '. Heimer, Son of Mr.and Mrs. 'oseph Heimer, Johnsburg, The wedding will take place Feb. 4 at Johnsburg. irnest Iverson Honored on Birthday About 25 members of the Ernest Iverson family honored him on his 65th birthday Tuesday evening at ils home in Neilsen Addition. Mrs. Richard Clark, a daugh- ,er, baked the birthday cake and gifts were presented to the honor' ed guest. Mrs. Robert Gerlach Hostess Wednesday The Pleasant View Birthday Club met with Mrs. Robert Gerlach, Austin Rt. 3, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Lickteig was assisting hostess. Contest winners during the social hour included Mrs. Charles Haskin, Mrs. Claude Walker, Mrs. Francis Gerlach, Jr., and Mrs. Louis KHngfus. Mrs. Francis Gerlach Sr. was awarded the door prize. Mrs. Harold Nelson, Austin Rt. 3, will be hostess in February. DEANNA SCHMELING Deanna Schmeling and Clayton Peterson Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmeling, 1905 S. Eighth, announce the engagement of their daughter, Deanna Jane, to Clayton Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Peterson, Hayward, Minn. No date has been set for the wedding. Church of Christ Circle Meetings Circles of the Church of Christ Miss Mary Berniece Dempsey and John Worple were married in a double ring ceremony Saturday. The Rev. A. F. Stirn performed the service at 10:30 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Church, Riceville, Iowa. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Dempsey, Riceville, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Worple, Riceville. Soloist William B. Diederich was accompanied by Mrs. Joseph Me- Govern, organist. Choir soloists were John Dempsey and James Richmond. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her floor-length gown of imported Rosepoint lace over satin was fashioned with a fitted lace bodice and Sabrina neckline embroidered with sequins and pearls with long tapered sleeves. The bouffant skirt of layers of tulle over satin was accented with an apron effect of lace falling into points and was embroidered with sequins. Her veil of embroidered silk illusion was caught by a tiara of seed pearls and she carried a white missal with a cascade of pink rosebuds and white feathered carnations. Miss Patricia Johanns, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. PHYLLIS RAABE Phyllis Yvonne Raabe, Marvin N. Nelson to Wed on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Raabe, 211 S, Jay, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Phyllis Yvonne, to Navy Hospital Corpsman Marvin N. Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nordean Nelson. 103 S. Jay, He is stationed with the US Naval Hospital, Key West, Fla. The ceremony will take place at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at th» St. Olaf Lutheran Church ChapeL RUMMAGE SALE Furniture, clothing, dishes. Miscellaneous. Cheap. All week, 119'.» E. Bridge. Adv. ST MARVIN'S emss met Wednesday as follows: DORCAS CIRCLE Dorcas Circle met with Mrs. Our Savior's Guild Takes Picture Tour The Rev. G. G Knutson led devotions when Our Savior's Lutheran Guild met Wednesday evening at the church. Following the opening hymn sing, Mrs. Leland Arneson reported on the church library and announced the night circle will meet at the church Jan. 21 with Jack Adams. Following a song Arnold Holman presenting the fest and prayer led by Mrs. Her- j Bible study. man Kooy, Mrs. William Hardy and Mrs. F. H. Skinner gave the mission lesson. Mrs. 0. S. Miller Mrs. Arthur Folken introduced the program including a solo selection sung by Holman accompan- assisted serving refreshments. The 1 ied by Mrs. Jerome Olson. Miss I next meeting will be held with i Inez Eggerstrom showed pictures 1 Mrs. Darrel Anderson with Mrs. j taken in Europe the past summer. Mrs. Glen Hovland gave the worship offering prayer. Shower Honors Miss Charlotte Irvin Miss Charlotte Irvin was honored at a shower Tuesday evening Joseph Rhodes assisting. MARTHA CIRCLE Mrs. Byron Peterson was hostess to Martha Circle with Mrs. David Stevens conducting devotions. Mrs. Lawrence Todd offered prayer and Mrs. Roger Bell introduced the program. Study on. Africa was given by Mrs. Donald j at the home of Mrs. Felix Tschann Greenlee and following prayer of-,with Mrs. Robert Loecher assist- fered by Mrs, Arthur McAllister, i ing hostess. By AVNE ADAMS Her ballerina length gown was o pink lace over taffeta and she car ried a cascade bouquet of pink am white carnations. Fred Worple, brother of th groom, was bestman and Merle Worple and James Worple, also brothers of the groom, were ushers. The bride's mother wore a navy blue lace dress with rose accessories and pink tea roses corsage. The mother of the groom wore a dress of light blue wool with matching accessories. Her corsage was pink tea roses. Dinner was served for 90 guests at the church school dining room. Servers were Miss Bonnie Kephart, Miss Faye Dynes, Mrs. James Reiken, Miss Donna Pettitt, Miss Linda Leist, Miss Marlys Neidert, Miss Judy Ritzman, Miss Maxine Ritzman and Miss Hat'te Gerdes. Mrs. Fred Barenz made the wedding cake. Miss Dorothy Heller-and Miss Suzanne Smalley were in charge of gifts and Miss Betty Schultz was at the guest book. The bride and groom are graduates of Riceville High School. She is receptionist for Dr. Calhoun and Dr. Nicoll, Riceville veterinarians. The groom is affiliated with the Agriculture Service Co., Charles City. Following a short wedding trip, the bridal couple will reside on a farm near Elma, Iowa. Guests attended from Beaver Dam, Wis., Minneapolis, Austin and DuMont, Elma, Aerdale, Riceville, Osage and Mason City, Iowa. Mrs. Clifford Horgen Honored on Birthday Mrs. Clifford Horgen was honored when the North Lyle Center Birthday Club met Monday afternoon. Mrs. Otto Lumholt was host- tr) It's here! PETER pnn ANNUAL FRIENDSHIP SALE! Now Until Jan. 31 only ess. The honored guest was presented with a purse of money and bingo was played during the social hour. Mrs. George Benson was awarded the door prize. refreshments were served with Mrs. Ramon Shuman assisting. During the social hour, contests and travelling bingo were play- ESTHER CIRCLE Plenty of protective cover tor hitch- Mrs. Stevens will be hostess for. ed Mrs Paul Irvin <va<: en chores makes this a favorite apron., ttlo nov) mc , a t: nn .,,;,u m », i iT j "uiiiviu .va:, For batUJng baby, sew apron In l Ule next meeting With Mrs. Me- the door prize, spla&h-proor terry cloth, A sew-easy Allister, CO-hostess, Pattern. Tomorrow's pattern: " " slzer. Printed Pattern 4769: MUscs' Small no, 12,): Medium (14, lei; Mrs. Ethel Home led devotions S Js'Vch.' M<XillUn * M UliM 2 '" a »d Mrs. Herman Haack offered Printed direction* on eaeij pat- prayer when Esther Circle m e t tern part. Easier, accurate. with Mix Hair'k M,-c wlmanV^, GleiU'ille and Johnsburg. Send Thirty - five cents In coins lor I ln Mlb ' HaatK - MLS. timer Nor- b Mils pattern - add 10 cents tor each! by gave the lesson with Mrs. John Hall- Slzts 16i; 2',i DeVrieze and Mrs. Clarence Leister. ™ or P era ' pavtte E n ? cpt " " i urn ii, N. i Mrs. Joseph Pike and Miss Patricia Irvin assisted opening gifts. Guests attended from Rose Creek, Elkton, Brownsdale, Albert Lea, r irint plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE. Mrs. Charles Copp reported on to the Christmas party and during | $ the social hour, .Cinch, bunco and 500 were played. Refreshments were served by Sprinkle orange rind over Mrs. Eva Krusert, Mrs. Ernest ped cream that is to be used to ^' c&t ' Ellis wil1 be hos ' es s f °r the next garnish a banana cream pie. Good flavor contrast! Miss Irvin's marriage o to Jack JKunse assisting7"\lrs"." "Raymond ! Horstmann wil1 take P 1 ^ 6 at st 'Augustine Church Jan. 17. PERSONAL NOTES Mrs. Richard Baxter, Austin Rt. 3, is a patient at Methodist Hos- 80th Anniversary Values LADIES' Panties Reg. 49c 3 Pair $100 Sixes 5-6-7 LADIES' Half & Bib APRONS 2 for 97« Print) SHOP WOOLWORTH'S FIRST WOOL WORTHS Guaranteed or Your Money Refunded LADIES' COTTON DUSTERS Lace Collars Rolled Ties $188 All Sizes All Colors meeting. RUTH CIRCLE Mrs. Leon Vlasaty led the study topic on Africa when Ruth Circle met with Mrs. A. M. Engle. As- pital, Rochester. Her room num- sisting with the topic were' Mrs. ber is 403-A. Robert Peterson and Mrs. Mary '• Jane Miller. Mrs. Oren Blabaum ! Mr> and Mrs> Ralph Todd and offered prayer and refreshments' Robe - rt speiu chrirftma s and New were served with Mrs. Alan Mon- Years in San Antonio and Seguin, son assisting the hostess. Mrs. Don- Texas aid Whiu-omb will be hostess for the next meeting. K Ml , and Mrs . 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