The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 13, 1959 · Page 5
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 5

Austin, Minnesota
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Tuesday, January 13, 1959
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NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS TUESDAY MILITARY ORDER of Ladybugs will meet at VFW Hall in the evening. ST. MARK UNIT will meet with Mrs. Albert Shain, 402 Elm Tree, in the evening. MRS. JAYCEES will meet at the Sterling State Bank Community Room in the evening. PAST ORACLES Club will meet with Mrs. Anna Moore, 510 Gleason, for 6:30 p.m. dinner. AAUW WILL meet at the YWCA in the evening. ST. WINIFRED UNIT will meet with Mrs. William Enright, 200 Division, in the evening. DEGREE OF Honor will hold installation at IOOF Hall, in the evening. WOMEN OF Moose homemaking committee will meet in the evening with Mrs. George Ross Jr. 2115 Hope. SUMNER PTA will meet in the evening at the school gym. TUESDAY ._ ,, __ ...„ vv ji, •»*, ^ TdlilJl with Mrs. Wesley Granle, 312 Di vision. ST. AUGUSTINE Rosary Society unit chairmen will meet in the evening at the church dining halt. WEDNESDAY GRACE BAPTIST Missionary Society groups will meet as fol- luncheon at the church. GROUP 3, with Mrs. Leona Crandall, 1104 s. River, in the evening. GROUP 4, with Miss Shirley Patch, 403 W. Winona, in the evening. JOLLY WORKERS will meet with Mrs. yron Autlfather, Austin Township, for 1 p.m. luncheon. WESTMINSTER Presbyterian Church Guild will meet at the church in the evening. Bobbie Brooks shirt tail — a care-free, colorful sfory of exciting new coordinates JMLW* •' ;^Ti' s5?k ^ & ,. .r?7\ /,:*"*• >* v } /•>~^*- 1 4 V^C'^N ;:/** j^i ) '2p**** -fan. I You'll love Bobbie Brooks new shimnaker pair-ups— soft, smooth dacron with cotton ... a silky blend that defies wrinkles and is easy to wash and dry! Colors are completely new and delicious blendings of turquoise, hot pink A or peacock blue, jj stripes or solids. Full, ' j full skirts have "" built-in bouffants. Sizes 9 to 15. 1795 two-piece »et WEDNESDAY GENERAL WSCS, Firsl Methodist Church, will hold an Hawaiian luau at the church in the evening. ST. JOSEPH UNIT will meet ST. CATHERINE UNIT will meet with Mrs. J. F. Farrell, 608 Grove, in the evening. WOMEN'S MISSIONARY Socle- ty, Church of Christ, will meet for allday sewing at the church, with potluck noon lunch. QtJEEN 01 ST. ANN UNIT will meet with Mrs. Leonard Aanonson, 802 N. Third, in the evening. FIRST BAPTIST Church Missionary Groups will meet as folows: GROUP 1, with Mrs. George Ilifford, 105 E. Oakland, for 1:30 i.m. dessert luncheon. GROUP 2 with Mrs. Jennie Beacham, 307 N. 13th, for 1:30 p.m. dessert luncheon. GROUP 3, with Mrs. C. H. Lighty, 1109 Walnut, for 1:30 p.m. dessert luncheon. GROUP 4, with Mrs. Lawrence Hanson, Austin Rt. 2, in the even- GROUP 5, with Mrs. Stanley Lewison, 1310 Park, in the even- GROUP G, will meet at the church in the evening. GROUP 7, with Mrs. Richard 'orterfield, Austin Rt. 2, in the evening. GROUP 8, with Mrs. Edward, -arkin, 609 Park, in the evening.! GROUP 9, with Mrs. Robert Du- "rense, 100 N. Basswood, for 1 p.m. dessert luncheon. GROUP 10, with Mrs. Emmet Devaney, 402 Prospect, for 1 p.m. dessert luncheon. ST. DOMINICA UNIT will meet vith Mrs. Alfred Simon, 309 N. Fourth, in the evening. AMERICAN LEGION Auxiliary will meet in the evening at the ",egion Club. GOLDEN AGE Club will meet n the afternoon at the Moose lome. VFW AUXILIARY will meet at he VFW Hall in the evening. LYLE PTA will meet in the cven- JANUARY WEDDING — Jeannie Loecher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Loecher, 608 S. Main and Jerry Ryks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ryks Austin Rt 5 were married Jan. 3, at St. Augustine Church. They are making their home in Norfh Carolina, where the groom is stationed with the Army. Marshall Ladies Aid Officers Installed ng at the school. Elbrus, in the Caucasus moun- ains of southern Russia, is the lighest peak in Europe, with an altitude of 18,468 feet. 1 It's Tbomsen Cleaners Again!, Men's and Ladies' SUITS C CLEANED V and PRESSED (No Coupon Books To Buy) All this plus Thomson's Traditionally Hi Quality Workmanship and Service. Plus "Nu Life" Cleaning THOHSEN CLEANERS Ph. HE 3-6755 For Prompt Pick Up & Delivery Service FREE Installation of officers was held by Marshall Lutheran Ladies Aid at the church near Adams Friday. ' Those installed were: Mrs. Henry Mortenson. president; Mrs. Miles Otto, vice president; Mrs. Henry Himebaugh, secretary; Mrs. Ralph Voight, treasurer; Mrs. Oscar Bustad, assistant treasurer. Mrs. Merle Hatle and Mrs. Hime- jbaugh were hostesses and "Charities" was the study topic. Retiring president, Mrs. N. V. Gilderhus, conducted devotions and Mrs. Merle Hatle was program chairman. A playlet was 'given by Mrs. Hatle, Mrs, David Gilderhus, and Mrs. Joseph Luksik. Mrs. Hatle offered the meditation prayer. AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD J! Tuesday, Jan. 13, 1959 V Austin High School Class of 1934 Plans 25th Annual Reunion An orgHim.Mlional meeting for a 25th reunion of the Austin High School Class of 1934 was held Monday evening at the David Averbook home, 002 S. Sixth. Norman Stuewer, class president, will be in charge of arrangements for the reunion in July and Mrs. Averbook (Mae Usem), class secretary, will serve as reunion secretary. Other committee members are Robert Baudler, Harold Burroughs, Mrs. Edna Wood Brandt, Mrs. Robert Lnufle (Frances Jensen), Mrs. James Hogan (Florence Konovsky), Mrs. Emmet Phifcr (Marian Peterson), Miss Marian Welken, Paul Usem, Kermit Olson, Mrs. lone Barnitz Bell. Class members arc asked to contact the committee. Farewell Party for Mrs. McGeough Mrs. Charles McGeough was honored with farewell gifts from members of St. Elhclreda Unit when they met Monday evening. Mrs. McGeough will leave soon to make her home in Forest City, Iowa. Miss Florence Garrily, 901 W. Winona, was hostess and Mrs. Paul Heimerman reported on the January meeting of the .St. Augustine Rosary Society following group re j citation of the Rosary. Plans were I discussed for a bake sale between masses at the church Feb. 15. Mrs. Heimerman gave the study lesson, "Temporal Punishment, and Indulgences." During the social hour prize winners for cards were Mrs, McGeough, Mrs. Heimorman and Mrs. Harry Dutcher. Mrs. L. E. JticRl was awarded the door prize and Mrs. E. E. Darker assisted serving refreshments. Husband Doesn't.Like Her Job By ANN LANDERS Dear Ann: I've been married eight, years and I'm having trouble with my wife. We have a 7-ynar- eld boy and I'm trying hard for his sake to keep the home together. My wife took a job as "bar- belle." (This is a new one on me, too. It's t. girl who carries the drinks from the bar to the tables.) She i wears a short skirt, black lace stockings, and a tight satin blouse which is low in the front. This is her uniform but I don't think it's a proper outfit Ann Landers for a wife and mother. She took the job for fun. Wo don't need the money. Her new friends are a pack of divorced girls. They have poor reputations and look like tramps. My wife's hours are from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. so I'm at home every night with the boy. She throws dinner on the table and runs out the door. Some mornings she doesn't come in until 7 a.m. , I've, talked to her father and he says to let her get the running around out of her system. What is your opinion? — TIRED You'll be out of your mind before your wife "gets the running around out of her system." Since you don't need the extra money and this job is knocking your marriage to pieces, I suggest you have a frank talk with your wife and tell her she can choose between the two. Any woman who'd rather chase around with low characters and I don't want to be known as j a gossip or a fool, but I'm afraid if people judge me by some of my gabby performances this is what they will think. Why do 1 »•. u»*ivi TVIVII I^JVY \-.n<«ltH»Lt,Jfi cl 11(1 — •• " • •» vtiinikt IT iijr iiL* J spend every night balancing nmr- cio " lis wllen ! know better? How tinis in a smoke-filled rWs. (:an I slop? — TALKATIVE tinis in a smoke-filled bistro does n't deserve the status of wife and mother. Maybe a few months oi this roiitirie as a steady diet and living alone in a rented room will open her eyes. Dear Ann: I'm 13 years old and my life is already ruined. My parents won't let me date. " ' 1I1B to sa - v a A certain male person has asked J w 'j to my stop? — TALKATIVE Many people talk because they find silence embarrasing. 'They have the mistaken notion that silence is a sign of stupidity. Relax when you're in a group. Ask questions and listen. Make up your mind that you're not go- word unless you '* *"."•,*•.»» two years away and I don't think I CONFIDENTIAL TO THRICE I'll be able to stand it. i CRUSHED BY LOVE: The I know several girls my age who'safety device in the world is can RO on dates. I think my folk? j your head. Why don' you use it? are being very unfair. Please say i the word you are looking for is something to help me out of this no. prison before I dry up. Thank Does almost everyone have a good time but you? If so, send for Ann Landers' new booklet, "How To Be Well-Liked," enclos ing witli your request 20 cents in (Ann Landers will be glad to, help you with your problems. Send j them to her in care of THE HER- i I aid and enclose a stamped, self- The Jordan Mortuary A Sinftn Strvui Bridge at Greenwich Phono HE 3-5727 you. — TRUDY Dear Trudy: Thirteen years old and already heading for the Old folk's Home? I'm sorry but I i can't give you much help, chick- jen. Dating should begin in high I school and not before. Tell the boy to ask you again in a couple of years. Dear Ann: This may sound like. U1U ailu enclose a f a minor problem to you but i. has | addressed enve , , troubled me for a long time. 11 hope you can help. \'v^.'-~-' 7r ^~'~~^~~' :r ~ When I am with people. I talk too much. I get nervous and rattle on without thinking about what il'm saying. Sometimes I find my- iself expressing such studpid ideas 'that I am ashamed. I notice also j that I say things about people I that are not in the best taste just to keep a conversation going. 't be satisfied with anything less than the finest service available edfS'afi come m—phone in or mail order— SteVenSORS, Austin, Minnesota please send the following Bobbie firooki coordinate* @ 17.95 per sen jolicf cc coordir striped coordir addreiv chorg* size quan. >Iof lates color 2nd color •tni. Q check enclond Q «.o.d. Q Dry Cleaning Sale The more you send, the more you save (for a limited time only). Dry Cleaning, only Dry Cleaning, only $O.UU Dry Cleaning, only §2.69 Dry Cleaning, only Cottage Cheese... » ^aHiS* ' Shirts 4 for 89c Beautifully Laundered (No Sport Shirts) Phone 3-2367 1207 W, Oakland MadLAREN CLEANERS • LAUNDERERS for o tasty, energy-packed meal. "Look fa tht (Jak Lt'jf* Television (any make) Small Appliances Television Antennas Both Repair & New Insrolloriont Major Appliances Vacuum Cleaners Our Pledge TO YOU 1. Alt Repair Will Be Completed Within 24 Houn 'providing parti are available). 2. AU WORK GUARANTEED FOR 30 DAYS. 3. All Mechanics Factory Trained. 4. Superior Service — Economical Charges, Phone HE 3-2363 Hf 7-2226 «r HE 3-2487 CL1CTRIC IMC. 105 I. Oakland, Austi», Minn. STARTS WEDNESDAY From 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. '' AYMOND' JANUARY rS STACK THE DISHES AND MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT RAYMOND'S. It happens twice a year July and January . . . Raymond's Store Wide Sale! To make room for new Spring wearables arriving daily. Raymond's will be open promptly at 10 a.m. and will slay open 'till 9 Wednesday. You can buy with confidence at Raymond's with a wide choice of Name Brands: Tiny Town • Love • Coat Craft • Scott Tex Danny Dare • Glen of Michigan • Gibbs Weather Winky • North Shore • Savoy • Hanes • Knitown Worrteralls. A Gcnulna STOREWIDE CLEARANCE S £m % \ •} Wonderalls! Wonderalls! Wonderalls! For Boys & Girls • Butcher Boys • 1-pc. Coveralls • 2-pc. Cords and Polos • Jumperalls Sizes M-L-XL - 2-3-4-5-6x $197 $7/7 • ~ 0L. ™ • Mat Reg. $2.98 Reg. $3.98 Reg. $4.98 '#M W:W: WSSS iSftas One Group of 'Girls' DRESSES ! • Cottons • Wools • Velvets • Corduroys • Sixes 2-14 Reg. $3.98 to $14.98 2 PRICE! Boys' and Girls' 2-Piece SNO-SUITS • Nylons • Poplint • Washable • Sixes 2-6x PRICE! One Group of Boys' ,& Girls' Girls' SKIRTS • Wools • Cords • Cottons •Sizes 3-14 Reg. $3.98 to $7.98 77 $>I7 Girls' Winter JACKETS • Red • Aqua • Beige • Washable Reg. to $1498 iS&S v*:#» Girls' Corduroy SLACKS Fomoui Nome Boyi' & Girls' Long Sleeve POLOS and Cardigans 89c ond $1,00 One group iltghtly ituq Sun 1-4 BULKY KNIT ORLON Sweaters £%&" $5.37 White only. Sites 7-U CHIX GAUZE Diapers 2 doz. $5,00 Slightly irreg. 2 doz. per customer Sleepers $1,47 & $1.97 AYMON

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