The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 14, 1959 · Page 7
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MrsJayceesSet April Date for Annual Breakfast in Austin Plans for the annual Breakfast In Austin fcere begun by the Mrs. Jaycees Tuesday night at the community room of Sterling State Bank. The date set was April 11, with an "April in Paris" theme at Queen of Angels Hall. Proceeds of the event will be given to mentally retarded associations. Reports were made on the Christmas wrapping and bake gales. Guests included Mrs. Gerald Bo!don, Mrs. John Karthaua and Mrs. Burnel] Hendrlcksoa. Mrs. David Owen introduced new members, Mrs. Kenneth Hokes, Mrs. Omar Wangen, Mrs. Joseph Wagner; Mrs. Robert Thomas, Mrs. Leo Skaran. Mrs. Donald LaValley, state delegate, announced a state meeting at Rochester, Feb. 6-7. Plans also were made for^a party Feb. 1-1, when Mrs. Jaycees will have their husbands as guests. Guest speaker was Carl Brill, community ambassador, who told of his stay in Poland. Program chairmen were Mrs. Joseph Stenger and Mrs. Morris Anderson. Jette Gert± Speaks to Garden Club Jette Gerti, exchange student from Denmark attending LeRoy High School, told of her native country and illustrated her topic with slides when the LeRoy Garden Club met Friday. Mrs. Carl Smith was hostess assisted by Mrs. Delone Wood. During the business session it was voted to begin future meetings with a 2 o'clock luncheon. Annual reports were heard anrl Mrs. James Turner, newly installed president, discussed the new calendars. Mrs. George Oliver will be February hostess. Mrs. W. G. Barnett Is Unit President Mrs. W.illiam G. Bnrnett was named chairman of St. Winifred Unit Tuesday evening. Members met with Mrs. William Knright, 200 Division, Mrs. Vernon Thompson led recitation of the Rosary and during the social hour Mrs. Catherine Van Camp was a prize winner. Mrs. Van Camp will be hostess in February. JOANNE DAY Dry Cleaning Sale • The more you send, Ihe more you save (for a limited lime only). $5.00 Dry Cleaning, only $3.99 $4.00 Dry Cleaning, only $3.39 $3.00 Dry Cleaning, only $2.69 $2.00 Dry Cleaning, only $1.79 Shirts . 4 for 89c Beautifully Laundered (No Sport Shirts) Phone 3-2367 1207 W. Oakland MacLAREIM CLEANERS - LAUNDERERS Miss Joanne Day and John Ulwelling Set Wedding .Date Mr. and Mrs. Miles Walter Moran, Cleveland, Ohio, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Miss Joanne Marie Day, to John tflwell- ing. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Ulwelling, Rose Creek. Miss Day is a graduate of Beaumont High School for Girls and attended Notre Dame-College, Cleveland. Her fiance was graduated from Rose Creek High School and is attending Indiana Technological College, Fort Wayne, Ind. The wedding will take place Feb. 7, at St. Ann's Catholic Church, Cleveland. Mrs. James Hayden Leads Study Club Mrs. James Hayden led the study club in the absence of chairman, Mrs. Robert Rockers, when Mother Cabrini Unit met Monday evening. Hostess was Mrs. Louis Feeley, assisted by Mrs. Raymond Wilkemeyer. Mrs. Wayne Mason led recitation of the Rosary and the Rev. Richard Loomis and Mrs. James Christenson were guests. New members, Mrs. George Anair and j! Mrs. Richard Johnson, were wel- I corned. During the social hour, 500 winners were Mrs. John Hafner and Mrs. Christenson. Mrs. Richard Johnson was awarded the door i| prize. When it is 7 p.m. in Moscow, it is high noon in the United 'States Eastern Standard Time zone. * i i WALLACE'S Chix Dr. Walter Lundberg Tells of Research at Hormel institute American Association of University Women members and their guests heard Dr. Walter Lundberg discuss some of the research being done at the Hormel Institute, Tuesday evening at the YWCA. Mis talk centered on the discoveries being made in the relationship between fats in the diet and the disease commonly known a? "hardening of the arteries." Mrs. Merril Rolf son, Austin branch president, announced that the Don Cossack Chorus will appear in a concert here March 4, at Austin High School auditorium. Mrs. Reuben Strand and Mrs. Gladys Emerson are -co-chairmen and Miss Lucille Baudler will handle publicity. Tickets will go on sale in February. The international relations group will hear Geir Arneson of the Hormel Institute, tell of his home country, Iceland, at an open meeting Jan. 26, at the institute. Miss Effie Tollefson and Miss Luverne Muerset will be hostesses. The music listening group will meet with Mrs. Stuart Lane, 11) Eastwood Road, Jan. 28, when Mrs. Paul Kimball and Mrs. A. H. Jewell will -present the program, "Introduction to Jazz." The social and economic group meets with Mrs. James E. Nickels, 703 Prospect, Jan. 26. Miss Winifred Leonard of the Austin Junior College faculty, will present a program on the function of the college In this community. Mrs. Tollefson was chairman of the tea committee, assisted by Miss PriscSlla Hartley, Miss Mary Yocum, Mrs. Pred L. Rayman, Mrs. Paul Morreim, Mrs. C, A. Gibson, Mrs. George Mizuno, Mrs. Roger Moenj Mrs. John Todd, Mrs. Mansur Taufic, Mrs. Frederick Requa, Mrs. Gerald Landherr. Organ selections were played by Mrs. Emerson. St. Jane Unit Plans Year's Projects Miss Alice Dowd and Mrs. William O'Shaugnessy were co-hostesses to St. Jane Unit Monday evening at the O'Shaugnessy home, 302 Burr Oak. Mrs. O'Shaugnessy led recitation of the Rosary after which plane were made for the year's projects. Mrs. Donald Bernartz conducted the study club and during the social hour, prizes were won by Mrs. William Goblirsch, Mrs. Nicholas Wagner and Mrs. David Wagner. MR. AND MRS. JOHN J. WALSH Mr. and Mrs. Walsh | Plan Open House I Mr. and Mrs. John J. Walsh, fiOr» W. Bridge, will celebrate their' golden wedding Sunday. ! Open house will bo held from 2 -to 5 p.m. at (heir home with i three of their sons, Francis, Ed-| ward and Paul, as hosts. Moose Committee Plans Chapter Night Plans for chapter night in February were discussed when the ritual committee, Women of Moose, met Tuesday evening. Mr£. Wesley Granle, 312 Division, was hostess. Five hundred was played with prizes awarded Mrs. Leonard Renault, Mrs. Alois Krebsbach, Mrs. Eugene Murphy and Mrs. Donald Olson. Mrs. Raymond Granle, senior regent, was a guest and received the door prize. The next meeting, Feb. 10, will be with Mrs. Clarence Leister, 508 S. St. Paul. In the crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral in London is a bust of George Washington, a statesman and soldier who caused many headaches to Britain. District Organizer Installs New Officers for Degree of Honor Mrs. Helen Gove of Windom, district organizer, installed new officers of the Degree of Honor Tuesday evening nt the IOOF Hall. They are: Mrs. Atlanta Clnrh, president; Mrs. J. H. Waters, past president; Mrs. Sylvia Cole, vice! president; Mrs. Mayme Guyettr, ; second vice president; Mrs. Jns-' ephine Haughton. pianist; Mrs. E.j M. Madison, financial secretary; j Mrs. Arthur Sutherland, treasurer and colorbearer; Mrs. Ethel Bradford, r i g h t assistant; Mrs. Katherin Misgen, left assistant; Mrs. Samuel McClelland, usher;, Mrs, Fred Stahl, assistant usher and unior director; Mrs. Helen Snell, inner watch and sunshine chairman; Mrs. Lillian Crantlnll, adviser; Mrs. Gertrude Krogel. three-year trustee. Mrs. Colo presented Mrs. Gove with a gift and a potluck lunch was served. Miss Phyllis Raabe and Marvin N, Nelson Married at Chapel Miss Phyllis Yvonne Ranbe, daughter of Mr! and Mrs. Kenneth Raabe, 211 S, Jay, and Marvin Nordean Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nordean Nelson, 103 S, Jay, were married Saturday. The candlelight service took place | at 7:30 p.m. in the Richard Westby Memorial Chapel of St. Olaf Lutheran Church, the Rev. Jamas Braaten officiating. Attending the couple were Mrs. John Hofius and Mervel 0. Nelson, twin brother of the groom. Fifty-two guests attended the reception held at the home of Mr, and Mrs, Oliver Jacobson, 1417 Dunlap. Out-of-town guests came From Grand Meadow, Conger, Lyle, Adams, Albert Lea and Spring Valley. The bride is employed at Mnr- gnrel'S Beauty Shop nnd the groom is stationed at Key West, Fla., with the Navy. Town, Country Club Plans New Year The LeRoy Town and Cdim* try Club discussed projects for the coming year when members met at the LeRoy Municipal Building, Saturday. Winners in 500 following the business session were Misa Hansine Now! Wash those years right out of your hair! NEW and BEST-SELUNG PAPER BACKS SOME CAME RUNNING Jomes Jones PLEASE DON'T EAT THE DAISIES - - - Jean Kerr The Incomparable Max Shulman's BAREFOOT BOY WITH CHEEK RALLY ROUND THE FLAG, BOYS THE ZEBRA DERBY ON THE BEACH Nevil Shute MY OWN STORY Bernard M. Baruch We Have 3500 Titles in Paperbacki, Including Some of »he World's Classics. IVEMITZS 415 N. Main CIGAR and BOOK STORE HE 3-9964 HOURS—Open 7 «.m. to 11:30 p.m. 7 Days Per Week—HOURS NEW PIT BARRY Royal Shampoo with Royal Jelly of the Queen Bee! 1.50 AT WALLACE'S C^^C^ASBsSSaK 1 AUSTIN (Mlntr.) HgfWUD "I Wednesday, Jem. 14, '59 I « ; LomhoH, Mr, 4rf* 8th*. Aliirt obwn and iewW ftfle, wa* a#«rdet£Mr», MImer Refreshments ware servett. by Mr. and Mini. Raymond *f0edott, Mf> and Mr*. AWft MalWfifeort will be host couple tot tfttf nfcrt meeting. FOUNDATIONS CLEARANCE! AVERAGE CONTROL GIRDLE $522 White Cotton. Sizes 32 to 38. PRE-SHAPED BRA White Cotton. Sizes 32-36 A-B. $100 Girdle and Panty Girdle White Stretch Nylon and Cotton. 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