The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 15, 1959 · Page 6
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«-AWf1tN (Minn.) HERAID NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS THURSDAY ROSE CREEK PTA will meet! in the evening at the school. | ST. ELIZABETH UNIT will meet! with Mr*. Peter Merlen, 306 N. : First, in the evening. j ST. HELENA UNIT will meeti with Mrs. Wilbur Fischer, 610 Har-; t t t t c F P i< s ti M il a il .* 11 v to ti q 11 o P d ii t) si d. li a; rr a a. g< in Ci d. a bi •9 ff y* THURSDAY ST. VERONICA UNIT will meet Mrs. John Mayer, 508 Elm Tree, in the evening. SOROStS CLASS, First Methodist Church, will meet with Mrs. Arthur Nelson, 402 S. Chatham, for 6:30 p.m. picnic supper. ST. BARBARA UNIT will meet for 6:30 p.m. potluck supper with Mrs. William Kimlicka, 71 born, with husbands as guests. Honored at Shower Mrs. Stanley Hammermeister, Adams, was honored at a surprise shower Sunday afternoon. Hostess- were Miss Marcclla Merlen and ;Miss Esther Hyland at the Merlin home, Adams. I Games were played and the regent bride was presented with ; gifts. I Mr. and Mrs. Hammermeister, were married at Marshall Lu- Fashions Offering Year-Round Wear 11MET 323 N, Main - AUSTIN IN ANY LANGUAGJ 'Venta *Kiarusitas 'Verkauf *Verkoop *Vendita*Vente*Sal SCOOP Girls' Slacks Plaids • Solids *«'»• 01 *7 Colors tjl 1 •*? I Sizes 3-6x; 7-14 Reg. $3.00 Value ONE OF A KIND BANLON SLIPOVERS Asi'r. Colon . Sizes 34-40 Reg. $4.00 QA £fi Valu. $1.00 • EARLY BIRD SPECIAL GIRLS' COTTON SLIPS White Only Sires 3 to 6x 77 A 7-14 IlC Limited Quantity LIMITED QUANTITY LADIES' T-SHIRTS Sizes S-M-L Reg. $1.00 QQ A Value OOC i LADIES' 100% WOOL • FLEECES • PILE LINED • MARTINIQUE • SIZES 10-18 Here's Real Savings Reg. $25.00 Value LADIES' PAJAMAS £§0 $2.47 Flannels, Brushed Rayon AssorteJ Color* Sixes 32-40 Limited Quantity LADIES' SLIPS Cholc* of Stock Any $2 A Slip L for Whit* Only SiM* 32-40 LADIES' BLOUSES $1 Roll-Up SfMv Tuckins Reg. $2.00 Value la ft Outer*, Au't. Colon $i«M 32-38 LADIES' WOOL GLOVES Ass't. Colon Reg. $1.00 7Q_ Value* 19V Limited Quantity LADIES' FINERY HOSE 2 Pair 99C Reg.'$1.50 51 Gauge LADIES' ORLON SWEATERS .. CARDIGAN '». C«l«« Sue*:. ..; I.MP ''., «. $4.00 B.r DOROTHY ROE Associated Press Women's Editor NEW YORK fAPl-If you are )f name-dropping, designer Simpson suggests that you drop such names as "holiday," "resort," "spring" and "fall" from your fashion vocabulary and choose your clothes for year-round wear. To prove it can be done, the small but mighty Adele, now generally considered America's best- known designer, shows a collec- ! Kjell Eriksson, exchange slu-.tion of round-the-clock the round- I dent, showed slides as he told of j the-calendnr fashions which will his life in Sweden at a mceting.be sold in stores this spring, but; !of the Austin Nurses Club, Wed-; which will be worn in many cli-JFnnnnpH tr> nesday at St. Olaf Hospital. mates. | i-ngugeu TO A brief business session preced- Outstanding in the group arejWilliom ed his talk. Hostesses were Mrs. costumes consisting of loose, full- ; E. G. Hill, Miss Edna Gjormund-j lenf?th coats - often reversible and! son, Miss Gertrude Banfield, Mrs.! linecl to match a slim silk dress.' 1211 Lyndale, announce the en'. George Healy, Mrs. Waller Lund- iT ' )is cos t l| mc is shown in both clay i Sagement of their daughter, De;berg. The next session will be' and evening versions. But the out-; Anna ' to William LeBarron. He is j fit that is worn for daytime con-! the son of Mr. and Mrs. .Wesley I verts to the cocktail hour simply > LeBarron, 304 Bauman. ^lear Adams. Nurses Club Hears Swedish Student DEANNA HOVLAND i DeAnna Mr> and Mrs ' Harold Hovland, Fob. 11. A Smart Set by removing or reversing the They are students at the Uni coat. Like most of the New couture, previewing their spring .versity of Minnesota. No date has York i been set for the wedding. ouure, prevewng ter spring ' . . . collections this week for the bene-|MlSS Janice Eblen fit of the national fashion press, Mrs. Simpson restores the natural waistline in most of her designs, and in the others provides D . , . r . bridal ShoW6r ~, , Eble " WaS h ° n ° red may be placed, however, the clothes all are shaped to conform with the natural lines of the figure. Simpson suits for spring usually have brief jackets and slender skirts rounded at the hipline and Street. During the social hour, prizes were won by Mrs. Paul Westphal, Miss Judith Schradle and Mrs. Maurice Eblen. Miss Joan Eblen was awarded the door prize. Miss Eblen's marriage to Eugene tapered at the hemline. Westphal will take place Jan. 24, An innovation in the spring line- at St. Augustine Church, up is the redingote dress, consist- _, ing of an unlined coat, usually ofjGolden Age Club printed silk or pique, worn over! a slender, sleeveless dress which can be worn alone for gala after- five occasions. n Kegulor Meet Members of the Golden Age Club met Wednesday afternoon at the Moose Home. Following a brief business meeting, 500, canasta and cinch were played. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Robert Veitor and Mrs. 687 By LAUllA WniiKLEIl What u clever arrangement of pineapples — ihoy form u chair or buffet set, or smart ovul dolly. Pattern 087: directions for IV14 x 12'i-liicl] cluilr back, armrest fixl2'i oval dolly IV',-, x. 25 In No. 30 Match- toft round dolly. Pattern 877. shown recently. Send Thirty - five Cnnts (coins) for T a n 27 this pattern — add 5 cents for each pattern [or .1st - elites mulling Send to THE HERALD, Neetijecralt Dept., P. O. Box 169, Old Chelsea Station. New York 11. N. Y. print pliUnlv I'ATTKKN NIJMHKIl, NAME, AD- URKSS and /ONE. Send lor a copy of 1959 Laura Wheeler NeedlecraU Book. It has . JeslRtis to order: embroidery, crochet, knitting, weaving, quilting, toys. Iji the book, a special surprise to make a little girl happy — a cutout doll, clothes to color. Send 25 cents lor this book. 500 Club Meets at Majerus Home The Rose Creek 500 Club met with Mrs. Helen Majerus Tuesday; Raymond Granle. afternoon. Cards were played at three tables. High prize for cards was won by Mrs. Elizabeth Landherr ancl.OT Project Club Mrs. Robert Wencl won travel prize. Mrs. Alvin Olson was award- 'Oven Meals' ToDIC ed the door prize. Mrs. Carlson will be hostess ELAN'S Bargain Balcony Price Fosioria Inventory Closeoul In order to make room for new patterns, we are closing out the following Fostoria patterns at 50% OFF Camilla Chalice Chintz Christiana Colony Cynthia Dolly Madison Health Holly Navarre Mullberry Radiance Reflection Spit* Sylvian Lido Beacon Replacements for above pot- terns can be special ordered, but will no longer be carried in open stock. 310 N. Main Mrs. Kenneth Davis Is Hostess to Unit - ^~«._„...!, *,v,jn. n, uiM, Mrs. Kenneth Davis, Austin Ac- lovely designs to order: embroidery, rp c pntortninoH CH r«= D \. TT -i crochet, knitting, \veavln K . miming! entertained bt. Joseph Unit Wednesday evening. She led in devotions and the study club was conducted by Mrs. Robert Christopherson. Prizes were awarded Mrs. William Hubbard and Mrs. William Crosby. The Febuary session will be with Mrs. Willard Peterson. Welfare Society Names 2 Officers Mrs. Charles Vail was elected vice president and Mrs. Arthur Houston was reelected secretary- treasurer of the Seventh-day Ad- Welfare Society, _ was held at the Vail home, 200 Millfield. A report on work the last quarter showed 207 articles of clothing distributed; $290.75 expended in local welfare work; 75 food baskets given; 522 hours of free Christian help work for 180 persons in the Austin area. A letter of thanks was received from an Indian mission in South ventist Dorcas Wednesday. The meeting "Oven Meals" was the lesson when the Northeast Windom Project Club met Tuesday morning with Mrs. Archie Wilson, Rose Creek. Leaders were Mrs. Bert Gallantine and Mrs. William Thorson. Fourteen members attending used dishes prepared during the lesson for noon luncheon. Mrs. A. D. Burroughs will be hostess for the February meeting when the making of artificial flowers will be the lesson. Missionary Society Selects New Title St. Francis Xavier Missionary Society was the new title chosen! when members of St. Augustine, 1 Missionary Society met Tuesday afternoon at the church dining hall. Mrs. Henry Stark, president, led recitation of the Rosary. The new name honors St. Francis Xavier, patron saint of missions. The society includes members from both St. Augustine and Queen of Angels parishes. Mrs. Stark extended an Invitation to Mary Schoppers Becomes Bride of Marlin Mayer at Spring Valley In a double-ring ceremony Sunday afternoon, Miss Mary Schop- pers became the bride of Marlin Mayer at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Spring Valley. The bride is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Schoppers, Spring Valley, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mayer, Racine. The Rev. W. J. Pilgrim performed the ceremony and Miss Barbara Kruegel accompanied t h e soloist, Albert Klein. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor-length gown of Chantilly lace with a formal neckline, fitted bodice, long sleeves and wide sweep. Her fin- ineth with a crown of lace, pearls and bor, sequins and she carried an orchid on a white Bible. princess lines, cap sieves and waltz-length skirts. Their halo hats were of matching fabric and each carried a cascade bouquet of red roses. The flower girl was Kathy Bernard, cousin of the groom, and Mark Hyland, cousin of the bride, was ringbearer. Kenneth Mayer attended the groom as bestman and Wyman Peterson and Eldon Weyh were groomsmen. Ushers were Donald Zimmerman and Arnold Hyland. About 175 guests attended the reception held in the church parlors. Those who served refreshments were Miss Pauline Rudd, Miss Karen DeGroodt, Mrs. Ken- Miss Darlene Mayer, sister of the i Margaret Stevenson, James E. Lockhart Set Wedding Date Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stevenson, Riceville, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Margaret, to Sp-5 James E. Lockhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Lockhart, Sardis, Miss. The wedding will take place at 2 p.m. Jan. 24, at the First Con. gregational Church, Riceville. Miss Stevenson, a graduate of Riceville High School, served three years with the Wacs, graduated from practical nurses training at St. Luke's Methodist Hospital, Ce dar Rapids, and is employed at St. Marys Hospital, Rochester. Her fiance has been with the armed forces 10 years and is now stationed at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas. groom, was maid of honor and| Mrs. Wyman Peterson, sister of the bride, Miss Mary Planting were bridesmaids. They wore gowns of romance blue peau de soie with Mr. and Mrs. Mayer will reside in Lincoln, Neb., where the groom I is stationed with the Air Force. Largest of American Protestant church denominations is Methodist. Hawaiian Supper Served for WSCS Fellowship Methodist WSCS- ant! Weslyan Guild members wer<j guests of the Ftefc Methodist Church WSCS at an Hawaiian supper Wednesday in Wesley Hall. About 240 were served. Group Two, Mrs. Rex Cutter, chairman, and Group 20, Mrs, William Bruss, chairman, were hot* tesses. " Mrs. Mary Johnson led to dt- votions and the CJentr-Ell'AJre*, Austin High School group, sang several selections. Members are Betty Jo Downing, Barbara Bowning, Mary Lou Blowers, Marilyn Garbisch, Dana Lillie, Sally .Flager, Joyce Kruger, Vo-Anne Wheel* er and Sandra Sayles. Karla Johnson accompanied them. Mrs. Richard Nordin, In natir* costume, gave her interpretation of three Hawaiian dances. Ankara, capital of Turkey, hat a population of 500,000, Miss Maxine Vrieze and Richard Fieck Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. Fay Vrieze, Spring Valley, announce the engagement! of their daughter. Maxine, to Richard Fieck, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Fieck, Rochester. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Vrieze i* a graduate of Chatfield High School and employed at the Gopher Aviation Inc., Rochester. Her fiance is a. Rochester High School graduate and employed at the Midway Lincoln- Mercury Inc., Rochester. Ladies Aid Board Holds Special Meet A special session was held by the executive board and circle chairmen of. Grace Lutheran Ladies Aid, Wednesday evening at the parish house. It was voted to join other Ausin churches in the observance of World Day of Prayer, Feb. 13. Circles will meet each month with general sessions in February, April, September and November. VFW Auxiliary to Aid Polio Drive VFW Auxiliary members wil again solicit the Austin busines. district for the polio drive. Plain were begun Wednesday night' a the VFW Hall. Mrs. Earl Warner, 400 S. Frank lin, will entertain the sewing club Jan. 20. After the business session cards were played with prizes awarded Mrs. Albertina Hight shoe, Mrs. Frank Ceniy, Mrs, Robert Rasmussen and Mrs. Esther Schalm. Mrs. John Skaret receiv ed the door prize. new members. A dessert luncheon was served preceding the business session with ' Mrs. John Capp, Mrs. Edward' Weise, Mrs. Steven Kloeckner and j Mrs. Catherine Sheedy, hostesses. | Mrs. Elmo Goslee won the cate- j clu'st gift contributed by Mrs. Olaf i Dakota. The next meeting will be! Christopherson and cancer band- Jan. 2fl, with Mrs. Charles Ash- ages were rolled during tiie work ton, 401 N. Sterling. hour. 80th Anniversary Special INTERLOCKING JIG SAW PUZZLES 500 PIECES 10 00 PIECES 37c 77c 50e VaUje $j.oo Value "SHOP WOOLWORTH 7 S" FPlisT""" WOOL WORTHS Downtown Austin Sotufoction Guaranteed or Your Money Refunded DRESS CLEARANCE SALE 2 Groups $798 In Misses, Juniors, Women; and Half Sizes. GASEDY Value Store 224 N. Chatham Austin Hotel Bldg. HE 3-820 1 from Margarets The new year ahead call*' \ for a new hair-do in just , the right winter fashion, f This can be depended upon to perk you up and i carry you through the ' fore part of the year with , high styling that will be •he envy of your friends, ] * Call early for your appointment. HAIRCUT 1.00 Shampoo & Wave 1.50 Permanent* From 7.50 to 15,00 DIAL HE 7-3175 FOR APPOINTMENT EACH MORNING OPEN at 8 A. M. OPEN TUESDAY and THURSDAY NIGHTS Margarets PERMANENT WAVE SHOP Your LUZIER Cosmetic Consultant Corner of Greenwich <& Mill Sts. save up to 50% and even nfoTe coats Reg. 39.95 to 49.95 .» Reg. 49.95 to 69.95 Cashmere Coat Reg. 99.95 29°" 37°° ,* 79°° dresses Reg. 12.95 ,.,.. Reg. T4.95 to 19.95 .. Reg. 22.95 to 24.95 .. •TOO goo 13 06 sportswear 17.95 to 19.95 Car Coatj ... 8.95 Full Fashion Sweaters ,. , 2.95 to 3.95 Blouses .. 10.951 ol2.95 Wool Skirts 12'° 3 90 190 5'° linger! le House Coat Reg. 5.95 Reg. 5.95 Slip 3» 0 3 90 Reg. 3.95 Slip savings storewide!

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