The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 13, 1959 · Page 6
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« AUSTIN (Minn.) HERAID fwftwtey, Jtm, 13, ladies floral Club , Continues Study TUt study of "KnflMerlng in Modem Living," wt« continued as th« Lftdiei Flortl Club held its firtt «e«sl«i Of the new year Monday aftenwxm at the YWCA. iltt, Arthur Steven's subject wit "through SdenttrtTfSind £d«<J8> tion." She stated that advances In sclenca the past 30 years have come §o rapidly and are of surh vast importance that the new "scientific revolution" may well dwarf the "industrial revolution" and other periods of great social change, Mr«. Stevens discussed the Impact of the atomic age and the space age on national life and educational philosophy. A brief resume of the findings and recom mendatlon* of Dr. James B. Gin- ant in hit study of the nation's high schools was given. Tins noted educator recommends harder courses of study, more science, more mathematics, more foreign tang uagei and less time on frills and "snap courses." Mrs. Stevens noted that Austin High School was among thoee visited by Dr. Conant during his study. Mrs. William P. Bennett of the resolutions committee paid tri bute to Mrs. Thomas McFarlane and asked that the resolutions added to the club's records, She stated that as the custom of the club, a sprig of arborvitae had been sent to the family. Mrs. Pur Enger asked members to stand for a moment of silent prayer in mem ory of Mrs. McFarlane. Mrs. William Sayles Introduced the Junior High Centr £11 Aires Mary Blowers, Marilyn Qarbisch Dana Llllle, Joyce Krueger, Solly Plager, Barbara Downing, JoAnn Wheeler, Sandra Sayles, Bfltty Downing, who sang several selec tions accompanied by Karla John son. Mrs. Arthur Busted was introduced as a new member. Hostess es were Mrs. Ward Hurlbut, Mrs George LaBar, Mrs. Clarence Burgeson. Shower Compliments Mrs. Behrens Mrs. Donald Behrens and infant daughter, Debra Renee, 810 Moscow, were honored at surprise shower Monday evening. Mrs George Grimm and Mrs. Larry Madison were hostesses at the Behrens home. Following a social evening Judi th Ann Behrens assisted her moth er In opening gifts. Debra Renee was born at St. Olaf Hospital, Jan 2. TOP SILHOUETTES FOR SPRING — Take your choice of these two most Important silhouettes for spring — the sheath, left, and the shirtwaist dress, right, shown In New York today during the Dress Institute's press week. Every French Designer Should Be Required to Visit America Often Mrs. Clelle Brown Is New President of IOOF Auxiliary . Mrs. Clelle Brown was .installed as president of the Austin IOOF Auxiliary 21 in ceremonies Saturday at IOOF Hall. Also installed were Mrs. lx>ra Finbraaten, vice president; Mrs. Joy Finbraaten, secretary; Mrs, A. D. Burroughs, treasurer; Mrs. Orland Frazier, chaplain. Clelle Brown was Installed officer ot the guard; Mrs. Martin Jensen, officer of the day; Mrs. Claire McRoberts, color bearer; Martin Jensen, color guard; James McLaughlin, color sargeant; Or- Ian Frazifir, sentry; Mrs. Even Evenson, right aide to the president; Mrs. Gerhart Helen, left aide; Mrs. Ethel Bakko, right aide to the vice president; Mrs. Neil Cltngrnan, left aide. The Faribault team were in charge of installation with Mrs. LeRoy Becker, association president, installing officer. Wilber Wiltze, major general, was guard of honor commander; Mrs. Roosevelt Larsen, past association president; LeRoy Becker, brigadier general was aide; Lt. John Murding- er, sentry and Mrs. Murdinger, chaplain. Mrs. James McLaughlin was presented a past president's pin and a gift. Honor NEW YORK (AP) - Every, French designer should be required to make periodic trips to Mlnnssian, a petite and knowing blonde who has been with the House of Dior in Paris since its inception. I talked with Yvonne during the first afternoon's showings of New York spring fashions, staged for 200 members of the nation's fash- Ion press. As the fresh, youthful — and mass-produced — fashions paraded down the runway, the Frenchwoman's eyes sparkled with appreciation. "The things are charming," she said. "Anyone would like to wear them. Here In America they work on trends that are needed, I think, while in Paris they just design." What America will wear next spring was evidenced in the day's showings by such designers as Anne Fogarty, Nettle Rosenstein and Wilson Folmar of the House of Edward Abbott. Yvonne applauded as the new Fogarty designs appeared — fresh, flattering shirtwaist dresses in gay silk prints, capsule sheaths In flannels and linens, sheer, full-skirted date dresses for the young In heart. When it was announced that these dresses retailed at from $40 up, Yvonne gasped: "How lucky you are, you Americans I" This alert ambassador of French fashion gives full credit to American know-how In making smart, wearable clothes available to the public at prices within thr average budget. But she isn't selling French fashion short. "I can see in many of these so- beautiful dresses inspirations from the last Paris collections," she said, "But they have been adnpt- ed so skillfully to the American taste. They are not copies. This I do not mean, but the original feeling perhaps was born In Paris." Yvonne Is happily and recently married, has a young stepson to whom she is devoted, spends summer vacations at her villa in the south of France, takes winter vacations in Switzerland, and comes to America at every opportunity. "One must come here to keep up with the world — and to know what to sell American buyers," she says. guards include Gerhard The guinea pig has a sense of taste 1,000 times as keen as that of a man. Advertisement Advertuernent Advertisement Connie's Colum toy RECIPE FILE Keeping a box of recipe cards? Use different colored cards for different types of recipes. For example, white for meat dishes, blue for vegetables, green for pastries. After you've tried the rec- jpe, ask your family how they liked it. Mark them with little stars from your stationery store. A silver star means good; a red star, very good; a blue star, extra special! BATHROOM CATCHALL Check your attics see if you have an old stand-up type sewing cabinet. Convert it so easily Into a useful catchall and dressing table for your bathroom: Clean and sand the sewing cabinet. Cover it with a shiny coat of pastel palut. When it drys, decorate with tiny gummed stickers in fancy shapes. So practical and pretty! Deep-well sides serve as a hamper; drawers take bathroom miscellany. FAMILY GIFT Turn on the hot water and your gas heater automatically heats more. Your supply is always one step ahead of the peak demand. You can easily see why one-half of all Amer- ican families have modern gas water heaters in their homes. Instead of slowly heating water and then storing it, gas heats it as you need it... pipin' hot as you want it! Why not make a new gas water heater a post-Holiday gift to the family? They're on display at your local gas company and gas appliance dealer. NO SOAP? If the kiddies and bad complain became they can't find the soap when they're in the shower, try this: Sen a small square piece of plastic inside the shower curtain to "pocket" the soap. It might hold both the washcloth and the soap. TREND TOWARD COMFORT Since you spend so much time in your kitchen (even entertain there over cups of coffee), it's BO nice to depend on natural gas and modern gas appliances. They K do your laundry jobs, dispose of garbage, heat your water, without being obvious or noisy. So handy for you ... yet so quiet and so beautiful! Northern Natural Gas Company pipes gas hundreds of miles to your local gas company, who pipes it into your home for gracious modern living! Hellen, Joy Finbraaten, George Chesebro; A. D. Burroughs, Claire McRoberts and T. M. White. Mission Federation Installs Officers Mrs. Donald Rledeman was In stalled vice president with Mrs Albert Durhman, secretary, in ceremonies when the Grand Mea dow Lutheran Church Women's Missionary Federation met Thurs day at the church. During the business session was voted to make a payment on the building fund and to contri bute financial help to a foreign missionary. Mrs. Gordon Peterson, charities secretary, announced the program Miss Arlene Queensland sang tw solos and a playlet, "These Changing Times," was given by Mrs, Bernard Berg, Mrs. Bernarc Blanchard, Mrs. Hartvlck Aab; and Mrs. Peterson. Circle One members served re freshments. St. Monica Unit at Rolf son Home Mrs. Kenneth Rolfson, 516 Lin coin, was hostess to St. Monic Unit Monday evening. She wa assisted by Mrs. James Livermoro Recitation of the Rosary wa led by Mrs. Myrtle Meyer an Mrs. LeRoy Maschka and Mrs Reuben - Schubert conducted th study club. Prizes were awarded Mrs George VanPelt, Mrs. Harvey Wiseman, Mrs. Frank Svekjovsky Mrs. Edward Kos, Mrs. Harr Frandel, Mrs. Mary Novotny. The Rev. Richard Loomis was a gue?t Mrs. Roger Huff Is Club President Mrs. Roger Huff was installed as president of the St. Olaf Luth eran Mothers Club Monday at th church parlors. She will serve with Mrs. Ches ter Nelson, vice president; Mrs Raymond Ondov, secretary; Mrs Frank Summerside, treasurer. Mrs. A. L. Swenson was installing officer. The Rev. G. C. Knutson of Our Savior's Church was guest speaker with "Preparing Children to Be Healthy Adults" as his topic. The committee included Mrs. Donald R a m 1 o, chairman, Mrs. Howard Borchardt, Mrs. Burton Wennes. Reception Honors Mr, and Mrs. Nagel Mr. and Mrs, Richard Nagel, who were married recently at Minneapolis, were honored at a reception Sunday at'Lyle. There were 120 guests from Minneapolis, Austin, Brownsdale, Albert Lea, Lyle and Rose Creek. The program Included piano selections by Marvin Thorsness, read- Ings by Mrs. Lee Martin, Mrs. Albert Hanson and Mrs. Irving Nagel and vocal solos by Leon'Tay- lor and the Rev. J. D. Taylor The honored couple are residing on a farm, near Rose Creek, Mrs. Copp Conducts Unit Study Hour "Temporal Punishment and In- ulgences" was the topic Mrs. John Capp gave during the study hour when St. Hilda Unit met with Mrs. Duane Kolb, 506 Padden, Monday evening. Mrs. Capp also led reel atlon of the Rosary. Following a short business meet- ng, 600 winners during the social tour were Mrs. Theresa Rustad ilgh and Mrs. George Earl, low. Jridge winners were Mrs. Hugh V. Plunkett Jr. and Mrs. Capp. Mrs. Raymond Jennings, 703 'adden, will be hostess at the Feb ruary meeting. Areme Club Guest of Unity Chapter Members of the Aeme Club were lonored guests of Unity Chapter 29, Order of Eastern Star, Mon day evening at the_ Masonic Hall A service was given in memory of Mrs, Emma Holmes, Mr,?. Thomas McFarlane and Miss Hazel Walker. An invitation was received from the chapter at Northwood, Iowa, to attend the installation of officers Wednesday evening and an invitation to attend a meeting of the Brownsdale chapter, Jan. 27. Mrs. Fred Vogel reported on the stamp book table project and urged members to turn in their books. Plans were made for a sewing bee Feb. 2, to benefit the Masonic Home at Savage, Minn. The next meeting will be news night, featuring a silent auction and entertainment in charge of Gene Vandenover. Members from Albert Lea, Owatonna and Waseca wilt be guests. The refreshment committee included Mrs. Victor Sasse, chairman, Mrs, Jack Harrison, Mrs. Robert E. Roberts, Mrs. Esther Mickelson and Mrs. Lowell Gillette. Mrs. Adrian Lematta and Mrs. J. D. McGrath were hostesses and poured at the tea table. Mrs. Arthur Gibson was a substituting officer. Miss Rachel Anderson showed pictures of a recent trip to Canada, Nova Scotia, Cape Briton and the St. Lawrence Seaway. Mrs. Elmer Gondreau! Installed as President of Austin BPO Does Open Installation of officers of the BPO Does followed a dlnn.ir "Saturday evening at the Elks Club Mrs. Elmer Gondreau is president; Mrs, Harold Burroughs, counselor; fir.n Mri Mrs, Gondreau Theodora Hall, se- tt lor counselor: Mrs. Richard Arnold, junior counselor; -Mrs, Gleri Hovland, treasurer; Mrs. Denver Dally, conductor: PERSONAL NOTES James Murphy, 806 Euclid, entered St. Olaf Hospital for treatment Monday. Room 355. Mrs. Ella Nicol, Stacyville, was honored on her 86th birthday Thursday at the Beatta Falk Nursing Home, Stacyville, where she is a patient. Mrs. Joim Staudt, another patient, will be honored Jan. 23 on her 93rd birthday. The Mona Women's Club met Friday at the school with hostesses Mrs Richard Olson, Mrs. Paul Hayfield, Mrs. Harlan Nelsoh and Mrs. Carroll Rustad. Mrs. Raymond Carlson showed colored Mrs. Harvey Fiala, Inner guard: Mrs. Gus Marmesh, outer guard Mrs. Harold Finch, trustee for ',hree years; Mrs. Dale Shoemaker Mrs. Clarence Smith, Mrs. L, W Wagner, Mrs. James Whalen, col- orbearers; Mrs. Edna Brandt, Mrs James Clark, Mrs. George Earl, Mrs, James Schmeider, attendants; Mrs. William Redding, assistant conductor; Mrs. Clara Christopherson, chaplain. Mrs. Arthur Berndt, deputy supreme president, installed officers and Mrs. Donald Sheetz was deputy supreme conductor. The guest speaker was Dr. Wagner, exalted ruler, BPOE Lodge 414, and Mrs Arnold was soloist. Following the installation, a dance was held. slides taken In New York and Michigan the past {all. Albert Mayer, Stacyville, returned home Thursday after major surgery oh New Years Day. Two hours later,' Mrs, Mayer was taken to Memorial Hospital, Osage, for emergency surgery. He la recuperating at the home of his son anH daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mayer. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ruehlow, Mona, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schroeder, St. Ansgar, have returned from A 6,000-mile trip to California where they attended the Rose Bowl game and parade. They spent the holidays with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. an<! Mrs. Donald Ruehlow and family, Stockton, Calif. She was a former Austin resident. Mr. find Mrs. law and daughter and family, Sgt. and Mrs. P. B, Drifting, San Bernadino, where both couples were sponsors at the baptism of the Griffing's daughter, Cynthia Ann, at Norton Air Force Base Chapel. The couples attended -the Iowa picnic at Pasadena and visited Hoover Dam and Grand Canyon en- route. In Los Angeles they visited a former Austinite, Vern Hartley. Karl Marx generally is regarded as the "father of communism." (•••••••••••••••••••m Why feed the big thirst of bigger '59's? See the Compact New Rambler Even More Economical for 1959! The obverse of a coin is t h e side bearing the principal image,' inscription or, as in those of the] United States, the date. First margarine was made in France when Napoleon III needed a nutritious concentrated food for his troops. SOCIETY (Continued on Page 11) Annual Meeting Tlio Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Austin Savings & Loan Association will be held In the Asao- clntton'a office, 128 North Main St., Austin, Minnesota, Friday evening, January 30, 1.959 at 8:00 P. M. for tho purpose of transacting such bual- ness as may properly carve up before the meeting. D. O, StVEESON, Secretary Jan. 13 Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION CO SKLL KKAL ESTATV STATE OP MINNESOTA. County of Mnwer sa In Prnrmto court In Ro Estate or Jerome N. Gerhart. Minor Ward. The representative ol said estate navlng filed herein a petition to eel: certain real estate described la said oetltlon: IT IS ORDERED That the hearing thereof be had on tho 21th day of January. 1959, at 10 o'clock A. M . before this Court In the probate cnur room In the court hmiso In Austin Minnesota, and that notice hereof be •liven by publication ol this order In the Austin Daily Herald and by mailed notice a? provided by law. Dated December 27th, IB58. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Probate JuMue .PROBATE COURT SEAL) BAUDLER & BAUDLER Attorneys (or Petitioner. Austin, Minnesota File No, 11860 Dec. 30, Jan. fi. 13 CONDENSED STATEMENT OF SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT Statement ot the Condition of AUSTIN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION l.uratrd at Austin, Minnesota, as of December 31, 1958 SUNDAY NIGHT SUPPER Here's a good way to please the family on Sunday night... and so easy on Mom! Mrs. Ellert E. Bothun, Austin, Minn., sends us her favorite recipe: Brown ^ cup chopped onions in 2 Tbsp. fat. Add and brown 1 Ib. ground beef. Mix in 2 Tbsp. //our, 6 Tbsp. catsup, 1 Tbsp. mustard, fa tsp. salt, ft tsp. pepper and I cup sour cream. Simmer 5 to 10 minutes op gas range. Serve on hot crispy toast to 6 hungry people. © Northern Natural Gas Company, Omaha, Nebraska Resources Mortgage Loans ,,., Stock LoAtvs U. 3. Bonds•& Obligations ..... Heal Estate Contracts J-.dfra! Home Loan Bank Stork inner Real Estate office Building . Furniture and Fixtures Uuo Iroin Hunks and Cash on Hand Otlit-r Assets TOTAL Liabilities P.I id Up stock Installment stock .... Undivided Profits. Net contingent R*4erve Fund Other K'.'ter.i-s Due to Members Other Liabilities IOTA1 $7.050.679.71 60.7711.09 630,531.23 16.7S1.15 125,000.00 9.86. 5 .55 181.533.77 31,92.' III 441,283 28 4-l.jl- :>0 $1,359,55001) 6.372,572 5:; 113.S13 10 63.650.7il 281.7BJ.G4 113.91U.87 7.316 S<( .$8.612,691.9:2 STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Mnwer ss We, the Auditing CniainlUep for the al)ovi--nuinecl nssoclMion. do solemn i.;' swear that vvi- h;,ve rxamiiu'ci the flnanrial condition and ,-ir<v>imt,s ol «ald ussnclatlon and thnt tlie foregoing Unfm»>ius are true to the best ol our Knowledge and belief GEO E POTTER HURT J. PLEHAL GRAHAM R. UZLIK . Auditing Coin' -ill subscribed and sworu to beiore m« this 7ih Uctv January, l!i5'.' 'SEAM GORDON N HEl I AND .N'ntary Public Mower County Minnesota My Commission "Expires Mar 28, 1964 -ilAlK OF MINNESOTA. County of Mower, ss. ^ St ' JL , H A " lla ""' President and D. O Slverson Secretary, ot the above named Association, do solemnly swca that the foregoing ititemeuts are true to the best of our knowledge and nrl'et L, H. WILLIAMS. President. D. O SIVERSON. Secretary. CORRECT ATTEST (TWO DIHETORSi A. LEE MILLER o. E. MCLAUGHLIN Now for '59, Rambler gives you .even more milea per gallon, saves even more on first cost, too—up to $214 on comparable 4-cloor models. Easiest to turn nnd park . . . first with Personalized Comfort: individual sectional sofa front seats. Go Rambler! CURTIS RAMBLER New 100 Inch wheelbase RAMBLER AMERICAN $1835' Sumtlid dillverM piict it Koiwshi, Wisconsin, lor 2-door >«din >l III! Slat* and local Uitl, II any, lulomiltc Inns- mrtiton mil opttonil nulpment, «»tta. Hwy. 218 N., Austin und^wora to ^or^me thl, 7tb day January. Notary Public Mower County. Minnesota My Commission Expires Mar. 26 1964 A REGULAR $600°° You Gel- • SUPER FASHION-STYLED 2-PC LIVING ROOM SUITE BUILT FOR DELUXE INNERCOIL COMFORTI • SWANK MODERN CHAIR WITH WASHABLE PLASTIC UPHOLSTERY • 3 CHIC PLASTIC-TOP TABLES • 2 SMART GLAZEL CHINA LAMPS • 2 POPULAR SLIDING DOOR BOOKCASE BED IN NEW TAN FINISH • BIG DOUBLE DRESSERI MIRROR! • BOUYANT MATTRESS! SPRINGI • BUDOIR LAMP! THROW RUG! • 5-PC. BLACK STEEL OR CHROME DINETTE! SET OF DINNERWARE! t^sK:^- H$$» ' $&&&&& >£••• - <3sm<~ -,--- &&••-• <fi- '"fw.f*.V '•/;•!!&•?. ~. ; .j- 1017 E. Water 'Shop & Save at the Farmar's & Workingman's Store' Dial HE 3-6300

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