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NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS SATURDAY prElPEPITTER'S AUXILIARY will meet for 6:30 p.m. potluck supper at the Sterling State Bank Community Room. Mrs.T.C.Sandell Explains Merger of Presbyterian Churches Mrs. T. C. Sandell explained the merger last year of the Presbyterian Churches to form the United Presbyterian Church in the United States, when the Women's Missionary Guild met Wednesday evening at Westminster Presbyterian church. Mrs. Sandell also introduced the new hand books for the United Presbyterian Women's Or-i ganization. Mrs. Earl Korfhage introduced the speaker. A worship service was _ - conducted by Mrs. Neil Munro and! Set Weddina Dfltfi Mrs. Robert Bateman offered the' a prayer. j Mr. and Mrs. Tilmen Tollefson, During the business meeting, I Holl ™dale, announce the engage- Mrs. Daniel Christiansen presid- """" l ed in the absence of the president. She announced the annual meeting Jan. 22, preceded by a potluck supper. It was voted to save old nylon stockings for shipment to a missionary in Japan. Mrs David Kachel announced the supper meeting from 4 • 8:30 p.m in Claremont, Minn., Feb. 6, with missionary speakers. Refreshments were served by Circle Eight with Mrs. Frederick Coleman, chairman. Catholic Unit Plans Bake Sale, Plans were made for a bake sale when the Queen of Peace Unit met JEAN TOLLEFSON Miss Jean Tollefson and Dale Gappa 5 AUSTIN (Mfnn.) HSRAID Friday, January 16, 1959 Miss Vera Lee Weds Airman Allen Kunze in South Carolina Mrs. E Lee, 608 Grove, announces the marriage'of her daughter, Vera, to A-2c Allen Kunze, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kunze, 1401 Freeborn. The wedding took place Jan. 3, at St. Augusta Lutheran Church, Charleston, S. C, Attending DIP couple were Mr. and Mrs. James Guiness. Airman and Mrs. Kunze are at home at 1806 Norwood St., Charleston. They are graduates of Austin j High School. The bride has been] employed at Margaret's Beauty Shop nnd the groom is serving with the Air Force. DAV and Auxiliary Members Attend Testimonial Banquet The Austin chapter of Try This at Your Own Risk Wednesday Zuke, 1213 evening. Mrs. Matt Padden was hostess with Mrs. Kenneth Bolke assisting. Mrs. William Wies led recitation of the Rosary for the 18 attending and Mrs. Walter Wiese conducted study club. During the social hour, prizes in cards were won by Mrs. Edward Schradle, Mrs. Wies and Mrs. \ men of hri w t e e ustn cha P ter ot th * DAV dT to n! d * Ughter ' Jean Son - Auxiliary was represented at a tes- dra, to Dale Gappa. He is the timonial banauek honoring Mr« By ANN LANDERS Dear, Ann Landers: You help so many people, maybe f can help ypu. 1 want to provide an answer Mr that poor lady who is having trouble with her neighbor every wash day. 1 refer to the woman who comes over the minute the machine goes on and asks if she can "put in a few things." t had this same problem a few years back and I Mils' is how I solved, it. Maybe it will work for her, too. After almost s i x months of washing odds and ends for a pest who lived in the same apartment Ann Landers building, I decided to run one special machine for her. The only, thing of mine that went into that load wa my husband's navy blue sock. That did it. —LAST LAUGH. Dear L. L: Many thanks for oh his way to work In the morn-1 paper on my way to work. In- if> j£l, , , ' ! variably some "well-meaning but This is what burns me up. When-1 insensitive clod will sit beside me ever we go out for the evening I and start a conversation. J find she'charges us the same rates'myself Indulging in* small talk that We would have to pay a sit- j merely to be polite. Often I don't ter. Our children are 3, 5 and ft. | gel to read my morning pnper and Her Income is small but she's Ut annoys me terribly, not destitute. She is getting worse j Do you know of n tactful way about insisting on pay for every j to discourage chatty characters single move. When I go shopping who rob me of one of the pleasures in the afternoon if she's in the of lite? - MR. «:05. house she must be paid for stay-i Dear Mr. 8:05: Don't let. nny- tag with the children or else I : thing interfere with your news- have to take them with me. Am 1 paper rending. The monuiit Clat- I wrong to think she's taking nd-;tertrap starts to impinge on your vantage of us? What do you sug-' freedomc to be left alone, polite- gest? - MRS. C. |ly hand him (or her) n section Dear Mrs. C: Wake up and of the newspaper and sny "You smell the coffee. If your mother- will find this very interesting. ' in-law is spending every night in | When you are ready to trade sec- your home because she's nfrnicl! fions sa y "Oh, you must rend to stay alone in hers, then she' 1 ' 1 ' 8 -" Simple? should pay your children (or sit-' ting with herf j Tell her if she's Interested in; earning money as a sitter to line up some jobs with other families. CONFIDENTIAL $ of a wifPr« ^ G ° should find a sitter in TO TIRED have signed are not; your hus-, band to a doctor or a marriage' j »r . _ PPa ' The wedding will take place Feb 7 Jolly Workers Club Meets for Lesson Mrs. Harold Gaul and Mrs. Sidney Schaub gave the lesson, "Felt Construction," when the Jolly Workers Club met Wednesday. timonial banquet honoring Peterson of Mrs. national commander, Thursday. It was held at the Leamington Hotel, Minneapolis. James L. Monehan, Minneapolis, past national DAV commander, was toastmaster. The Rev. John Foss, St. Louis Park, gave the invocation and there were brief talks by Stewart A. Lindman, Minnesota department commander; Mrs. Lucy Chettel, Aiken, department auxiliary corn- m is nnrplv f , , ' t endor JL •? ™l "' become * ndorsl g lt A »- vone I with out- ar- Dear Ann: Am I selfish? My mother-in-law is a widow 70 years counselor and discuss the problem a ; frankly before you find your husband is talking things over with a lawyer. : Are you tempted to smoke be-' cause the crowd does? If so, send! MAID IN AMERICA — Bill Blass, designer for the house of the late Maurice Rentner, offered these classic American styles for spring in today's display for fashion writers in New York. The black and white Chanel-type suit in checked tweed features a jacket lined in white silk twill to match the shirt, on which a wide brown bow tie is worn. The full- length navy wool coat at center is lined in red taffeta to be worn with a slender navy skirt and white blouse. The leopard fur bodice at right contrasts with the white chiffon skirt for dance affairs. (AP Photofax) St. Olaf Guild Circles Circles of St. Olaf Lutheran Mis- Dear Ann Landers: I'm almost for Ann Landers' new booklet, sionory Guild held sessions Thurs- Mrs. Myron Aultfather, Austin Rt! i "? and 5 r> andt . John E - Seighner, Cin- 2, was hostess at luncheon. Mrs. Bertha Wilkenson was welcomed as a new member. Mrs. Schaub will be hostess for the Feb. 17 meeting. Miss Bonnie Hynie Honored at Shower Miss Bonnie Kay Hynie, w.as honored at a bridal shower Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Dunfee, 1107 W. College. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. T. Willard Wagner. Mrs. John Saari, E< c °lescott, Mrs. Robert Duel, 806 S. Fifth, will be hostess Feb. and Mrs - H£ > r ry Hvnie - Mrs. Robert Dunfee won the door prize. Lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. W A. Curtain, Mrs. Max Ellis and Mrs. Dunfee. The marriage of Miss Hynie and Paul Ellis will take place at 2 p.m Sunday at the First Methodist Jette Gertz Speaks Before LeRoy PTA Jette Gertz, exchange student from Denmark, told members of the LeRoy PTA about her native country Monday evening. She also told the history and functions of the American Field Service and showed slides to illustrate her talk on Denmark. Ronald Seath, 4-H Club agent, stressed the importance of 4-H Clubs in communities and showed a movie on 4-H activities. A check received from former Sen. Edward Thye for iervices is ipeaker at the LeRoy • Ostrander graduation wrvice in June, was returned by Thye and presented to Mrs. Theodore Maage, president for the PTA. Member* voted to us* the money for an Additional scholarship for a graduating senior planning to go into the educational field. It waa announced that adult homemaking classes will begin Jan. 21 at the school in the evening. Intermediate sewing will be featured. Volunteers were solicited for the athletic banquet to be held in March. A minstrel show was announced by the finance committee. This fund raising project was scheduled for April. Jan. 19 was set for the Music Mothers Club meeting in the evening. Room count prizes were won by the ninth grade and the Prairie Queen School. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Theis, chairmen. Carl Brill, Community Ambassador, will be speaker for the February meeting. cinnati, national DAV adjutant. The principal speaker was Judge David B. Williams, national DAV commander. Austin members attending were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Larson, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Lacy and Mrs. Clarence Bissel. Mrs. Klopperich Entertains Unit Mrs. Elmer Klapperich was hostess to St. Bridget Unit Thursday afternoon at her home, Austin Rt. 3. Mrs. Klapperich led recitation of the Rosary and gave the financial report. During the social hour, old. She lives three blocks from us ; problem it r but she's afraid to stay alone aljtant compared to night. My husband picks her up af- However, er work every day ' amo .,, ., ashamed to bother you wit) this!* 1 " 1 y ,° Ur rcquest 10 ce " ls in coi »: rin - v ' -- 4:15) and s! ' sleeps us and my husband takes her home j seems so unimpor- some you get. I I hope you will see fit! it because I stamp-; CIRCLE 1 Circle One met at the home of Mrs. Lon Nagle assisting. Miss Marian Johnson conducted Bible study. Mrs. Ray Nelson, chairman, announced tickets were available for f commuters every day. ALD enclosing a stomped, i enjoy reading the morning; addressed envelope.) (Ann Lnnders will bo jrhd to' Mrs> Mark Hamilton, 1000 N. Sov- tllc St - olaf College Choir concert Feb. 21 in the evening lit the High Houge w a - scho01 The Rev. Mclvin self, guest speaker j Watson led in Fashion Editors Are 'Up in the Air' for New Spring Styles in Wool and Mrs. Harold scripture reading By DOROTHY ROE Associated Press Women's Editor NEW YORK (AP)-Fasten your seat belts, please, and observe the no-smoking signs. We're off on a modern fashion show, aboard a jet plane 30,000 feet up. The passengers—two planeloads of them—are 200 members of the national fashion press, in New York this week for the spring showings of New York designers. They've already covered fashion shows during the eight Now they're embarking to see day. Church. Waist Sizes to 46 PRINTED PATTERN 4673 WAIST 30"-46" awarded the door prize. Husbands Guests at Unit Supper Members of St. Barbara Unit had their husbands as guests at a potluck supper Thursday at t h e William Kimlicka home, 710 Freeborn. Five hundred was played with prizes awarded Mrs. Louis O'Malley, John L. Ulwelling, Harlan Rasmussen and Mrs. Peter Loecher, who also received the door prize. The next meeting will be with Mrs. O'Malley, 507 Freeborn. PERSONAL NOTES Mrs. Roy Clark, 1813 Fox, has returned home from St. Olaf Hospital, where she underwent surgery. Walter Jech, Grand Meadow, underwent an appendectomy at St, Olaf Hospital Wednesday evening. His room number is 292. * Mr. and Mrs. A r th u r Mc-Cor- mkk, Lansing, attended funeral services for his nephew, Richard in Rockford, III., Thurs- Froehle. day. Vicky Hubbard, daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Hubbard, High 218 South, has been admitted to University Hospital, Minneapolis, Station 55. BUTTER By ANNE ADAMS So-o graceful in motion ~ tills slimming 8-gor« sfclrt is designed to flatter the larger figure I Simple to saw, Ub detail Is optional. Choose faille, wool. Tomorrow's pattern: Doll wardrobe. Printed Pattern «73: Woman's Waist Slues 30, 32, 34, 36, 38. 41, 43, 46 Inches. Size 30 requires 2% yards 3«-lnch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. 6*nd Thirty . five cents In coins for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for 1st - claas mailing. Send to Anna Adams, care of the Austin Dally Herald, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAMK, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMIIEK. • * • creamy/ delicious — t h • way wholesome butter should taste. "Look tot tb$ Oak HI7-1ZZ* tr HI 1*2417 Wise words from Dato Raja Haji Oman, present cabinet member of the government of Malaya in the East Indies: "If everyone believes in religion, the world will have lasting peace because religion itself is peace." up in the air. The fashions are superb, the models tired but beautiful. But let's take a look at the passengers. There's Betty Milburr^ women's editor of the Tucson Daily Citizen, rather fly her own eat, or even dance. who would plane than She and her husband, who works on the same paper, want a plane they can park in their back yard. Then there's Ivy Coffee, women's editor of the Oklahoman and Times, Oklahoma City, a tall, breezy blonde who thinks there's no business like newspaper business, and who runs a staff of nine, turning out a women's sec- MissObiliaSanchey Weds Carl W.Tapp Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Obilia Sanchey and A-lc Carl W, Tapp. The wedding took place Dec. 31, in New Jersey. Airman Tapp is the son of Mrs. Anita Tapp, Austin Rt, 2, and is stationed at McGuire Air Force Base, N. J. Unit Hears Report on Annual Meeting A report on the annual meeting of unit chairmen was presented when St. Veronica Unit met Thursday at the home of Mrs. John Mayer, 508 Elm Tree Road. Mrs. Kenneth Wedding was co-hostess. Recitation of the Rosary was followed by a religious discussion. Door prize was awarded Mrs, Richard King. Mrs. Leonard Johnston is a new member. tion of three to four pages daily, making over the women's pages for each of the paper's five editions. • ' ^Today's newswomen take to the air in more ways than one. For instance, there's Mildred Alexander, news director of TV and radio station WTAR in Norfolk, Va., and president of the Virginia Assn. of Associated Press Broad' casters. Her medium is the air instead of the printed page, but she is a newspaperwoman at heart, and her audience would challenge the circulation of some of the country's biggest papers. Edrie Van Dore is assistant managing editor and women's editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer. She heads a staff of eight women and one man, works about IB hours a day, travels to Europe, South America or the West Coast as casually as most people take a Sunday drive; and enjoys every minute of it. Meta Blackwell, Sunday editor of the San Bernardino, (Calif.) Sun-Telegram, has held practically every job on the paper, including those of city editor and women's editor. Now the paper has a man editing the women's pages, but Meta continues to cover fashions—in New York, Los Angeles, Paris or wherever they may be. Betty Peach does fashions and features for the San Diego Evening Tribune, and also gets around. She was in New Guinea with the Red Cross during World War II, refers to her husband simply as "Peach," has a home, a yard and a garden in San Diego and thinks life is simply peachy. Those are a few of (he modern feminine press. They've changed a lot since the days of Nellie Ely, Pictures of Europe Shown Study Club Mrs. Ercel Anderson showed The next meetin wj ,, be pictures of her tnp to Europe when) Mrs. Ben Anderson. 1011 W. Althe Home Study Club met with j leghenev. \X H(* U_.u —— 1»» • i. _._ **•.« *"' Mrs. Homer Warrington, Highway 105-South. A potluck luncheon was served to 22 members and two guests. It was voted to contribute $15 to Combined Rural Solicitations. Mrs Buy Marriage License With 300 Pennies ENID, Okla. <*) - After their James Lunde, 2302 Ellis, will be • engagement Dean Jane Spickel- - -• • jmier of Enid and Charles Tobin i Bensinger of Midwest City, Okla., hostess in February. Legal Notice ORDER TOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL. LIMITING TIME TO FILE CLAIMS AND FOR HEARING THEREON STATE OF MINNESOTA. County oJ Mower—«*. in Probate Court In Re Estate ol Joseph A. Belnnrlz, Decedent. Irene Miller having filed a petition for the probate of the Will of said decedent and for the appointment of Irene Miller as Executrix, which Will U on file la t'Jls Court and open to Inspection; IT 18 ORDERED. That the hearing thereof be had on the 27th day of January, 1959, at 10 o'clock A. M., before thU Court in the probate court room In tbe court house In Austin, Minnesota and that objections to th» allowance of said will, If any, be filed before said time of bearing; that the time within which creditor* of said decedent may flls their claims be limited to four months from the date hereof vnd that tbe claims so filed be heard nn the 4th day of May, 1959 at 10 o'clocfc A. M., before tula Court in the probjte court mom in the court house In Austin, Minnesota, and that notice hereof b« given by publication of thU order in the Aus- •ln Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by !«w. Dated December 30th, 1958. PAUL KIMBAJJA .IK. I Probate Judge. (PROBATE COURT SEAL) ' BAOBLER Si BAUDLER Attorney* for Petitioner. Austin, Minuesot* HI* No. 11(61 ! Jaa. a, I. 14' ( ;md Bible study. The worship of. | fcring prayer was by Mrs. Howard Skelton. The next meeting will be at thr Watson home, 809 N. Seventh. CIRCLE 2 A dessert luncheon was served at the home of Mrs. Arthur L. Swenson, 90G N. Sixth, when Circle Two met Thursday. Mrs. Nathan Johnson led in Bible study and Mrs. Matthew Darr gave the worship offering meditation. Subscriptions were taken for the Messenger and self denial envelopes were collected. Departmental secretaries were appointed by Mrs. Arthur Johnson as follows: Mrs. Bradford Larson, self denial; Mrs. Willard Hardy, mission boxes; Mrs, John Downs, box work and Dorcas; Mrs. Reuben Strand, thank offering; Mrs. Ernest Hanson, Christian nurture and sunshine; Mrs. C. W. Hildreth and Mrs. Arthur Stevens, visitation. The next meeting will be at the home o£ Mrs. Hildreth, 1010 Freeborn. CIRCLE 3 The Rev. James Braaten was a guest of Circle Three when members met at the Braaten home, 609 Myrtle, with Mrs. Braaten, hostess. The Rev. Mr. Braaten led the opening prayer and discussed the February calendar. Mrs. William Warfietd conducted devotions and the Bible study and Mrs. Lawrence Larson gave the worship offering prayer. Mrs. Clarence Peterson, 1210 Eberhart, will be hostess for the next meeting. CIRCLE 4 Circle Four met at the home of Mrs. Carl Mellum with Mrs. Emil M. Olson assisting. Mrs. Howard Geyer presided in the absenc* of Mrs. Myles Chaffee. Mrs. Geyer also gave the Bible «tudy and Mrs. Nathan Fisher gave the worship offering prayer. CIRCLE 5 Mrs. Harold Hovland was elected first chairman of Circle Five at fhe home of Mrs. C. A. Tollefson, 809 Medary. Mrs. Olaf Austad was assisting hostess. Other officers are: Mrs. Elmer Anderson, second chairman; Mrs. Leighton Tilrvoid, secretary; Mrs. Wayne Austin, treasurer. Mrs. Robert Jacobson offered prayer following a hymn sing and Mrs. Ray Smith conducted Bible study. Mrs. Austin gave the worship offering prayer and Mrs. Hovland was announced February hostess . .. . . ... - . -i»t her home, 1211 Lyndale. Mrs. decided to save their pennies for j Edward Wangen will be co-hostess. ;WCCW Executive Board Gives $1,000 to St. Teresa Fund' The first quarterly meeting of the executive board of the Winona Council of Catholic Women was held Wednesday at St. Joseph Parish Hall, Owatonna. The Rev. Leo Neudecker, spiritual director, offered a dialogue mass at St. Joseph Church after which Mrs. A. D. Palcich, Austin, conducted tbe morning and afternoon sessions. It was voted to send $1,000 to the College of St. Teresa building fund and two scholarships are offered each year at the college by the WCCW. St. Joseph Rosary Society served dinner at noon. Austin Deanery members attending were Mrs. Palcich and Mrs. P. J, Mertens- otto, Austin, and Mrs. Frank Motl, Ellendale. New Members Join Newcomers Club Two new members were received by the Newcomers Club Thursday evening at the Rose Room. They are Mrs. Kenneth Becker and Mrs. Kenneth Bahlke. Cards were played and prizes awarded Mrs. Earl Gesme and Mrs. William T. Anderson in bridge and Mrs. Bahlke and Mrs. Harold Grimstad in 500. Mrs. Charles Conway received the door prize. Sorosis Class Meets for Supper A picnic supper was served the Sorosis Class, First Methodist, Church, Thursday at the home of Mrs. Arthur Nelson, 402 S. Chatham. Mrs. Bessie Baker led in devotions and a letter from the Rev. Felix Grospe, missionary in t h e Philippines, was read. Mrs. Audrey Nelson reported on the Brussels Worlds Fair. with Self • denial envelopes were collected and Mrs. Harold Brechtel Rave the worship, offering prayer. CIRCLE 8 Devotions by Mrs. Lawrence Brink opened the meeting of Circle Eight nt the home of Mrs. Alice Swenson, 907 W. Winona. Bible study was conducted by Mrs. Ernest Heimer and an article, "Changing Methods in a j Changing World," was presented by Mrs. Lester Sale. Mrs. Melvin Peterson gave the worship offering prayer. The Rev. James Braaten was a guest. Mrs. Brink, 1003 Circle 16 when members met with Mrs. R. E. Lees, Mrs. Adrian Tin- dcrholt, assisting. Chairmen are: Mrs. Diets mith, Bible study; Mrs. Emma Dennisen, program; Mrs. W. E. Redman; box work; Mrs. Omar Paulson, thank offering; Mrs. Joe Cos- ha, mission boxes; Mrs. Alvln Anderson, self - denial. Mrs. Smith gave a reading and Mrs. Gosha, the worship offering prayer. CIRCLE 18 Newly-elected officers for Circle 18 are: Mrs. Le second chairman; Mrs, Albert Miller, secretary; Mrs. Gus Mohs, treasurer. Members met with Mrs. Alton Hagen, 612 Grant, with Mrs. Ben Wold assisting. Mrs. Bates offered the opening prayer. Serving committees for the year were an-, nounced by Mrs, Bates. Mrs. Os-' car Ludvigson led the Bible study will entertain in February. Park, and offered the closing prayer. | Mrs. Mohs will be hostess Feb. CIRCLE 11 | 19 The following officers were elected for Circle 11: Mrs. Gordon Bungum, first chairman; Mrs. Sev- William Schwartz, treasurer. Members met with Mrs. Martin Gerber, COG Harrison,^with Mrs. Schwartz assisting. Mrs. Soma conducted Bible study. The following committees were appointed: Mrs. Clarence Haldorson, self-denial; Mrs. Arnold Brustad, Mrs. Gerber, sunshine. Mrs. Gerald Hartson collected the self- denial envelopes and Mrs. Haldorson gave the worship offering CIRCLE 21 New officers for Circle 21 include Mrs. Lloyd Camerer, presi- vice Higgins, president; Mrs. Robert meditation. Mrs. James Dennis, 604 Har- Mrs. M. E. Bjork opening prayer and the wedding. They didn't get enough (o finance the wedding but they paid for their marriage license with 300 pennies. CIRCLE 6 Mrs. Roger Brewster was host- es to Circle Six. Mrs. I n g e r mon, will be hostess for the next meeting. CIRCLE 12 The Rev. Arthur L. Swenson was a guest when Circle 12 met with Mrs. Ernest Murphy, 800 Gleason. offered the Mrs. Orin Quam conducted Bible study. Mrs. Bjork distributed prayer booklets nnd received subscriptions for the Magazine. During the business session, plans for the year's calendar were made. Mrs. William Rosenbrock gave the topic, "We Have Found A People." Worship offering meditation was by Mrs. Chris Jacobson and the Rev. Mr. Swenson led group recitation of the Lord's Prayer to close the meeting. CIRCLE 13 New members were received at the meeting of Circle 13 at the home of Mrs. Victor Engleson, 304 S. St. Paul. secretary; Mrs. Earl Scott, treasurer; Mrs. Oscar Dalen, sunshine chairman. The election was held at the home of Mrs. Camerer, 1302 Collins. Devotions and Bible study were led by Mrs. Higgins, Miss Marion Knutsoa was a guest. It was voted to continue meetings at 7:30 p.m instead of the later hour used formerly. Mrs. Richard Anderson gave the worship offering prayer. Mrs. Dahlback will be hostess in February. CIRCLE 19 Bible study by Mrs. Guy Williams opened the meeting of Circle 19 at her home, 819 E. Water. Self - denial envelopes were collected and plans were made for a bake sale, Jan. 30. The February meeting will be with Mrs. Nicholas Lund, 611 N. Oak. CIRCLE 20 Circle 20 met with Mrs. Torger • Berge, 405 Ash. The Rev. James Braaten was a guest. Self . denial envelopes were collected and subscriptions for The Messenger were received. Plans for the year were discussed and Mrs. Mollie Moe gave the worship offering prayer. CRICLE 24 A potluck luncheon was served Circle 24 at the snack room of the church. Miss Marlon Knutson led In Bible study and self • denial en| velopes were collected. Mrs. John Miss Marion Knutson led in Bi-jMadson reported for the visiting ble study and Mrs. John A s k! committee after which Mrs. Clif- gave the worship offering prayer. The preaching • teaching-reaching meetings will be held Feb. 15-19 K at the church. CIRCLE 15 Circle 15 met with Mrs. Samingson, ford Bostrack gave the worship offering prayer. (Continued on Page 11) Roy POPULAR CHOICE Knotty pine is not a species of, wood, but is a grade whicli usually is associated with one of the western pines: ponderosa, Idaho' white, sugar and lodyepoie. It is a popular choice for paneling,! particularly when an informal at- ! mosphere is desired. i Bl'FF A WAV (H.OSS Clear Jacquer applied to wood produces a shine that may have too much gloss for some purposes There are several ways of cutting j down this shine. One of the easi-i est is to buff lightly with a fine| steel wool. : Mary Baker Eddy, founder yi Christian Science, was married ' three times. Hanson conducted the Bible study j Mabel land Miss G«rLrude Lee gave the i worship offering prayer. Self - de- .iial envelopes were collected. Mrs. Marion Christiansen, 409 S jevtmth, in the afternoon. Mrs. Oscar Johnson gave the Bible study, Mrs. Raymond Marr presented a reading on self • denial offering for charity and Mrs. CIRCLE 7 Mrs. Hrooks Cutter, 106 N. Fifth, was hostess to Circle Seven with Bosen gave the worship offering prayer. The Rev. Arthur Swenson announced coming events. The next rneeing will be Feb. 18, with Mrs. Ciyde Titus. Mrs. Clarence Bissell will assist. CIRCLE 16 New chairmen were named by NOT SO NIC! NICI — No sunbathing today at the famed French resort of Nice. A would-be stroller is forced to scramble to avoid being drenched by a wave breaking over the Promenade des j (Englishmen's Promenade). A heavy storm in the Mediterranean sent huge breakers rolling over the promenade, littering it with gravel, in good weather, it is thronged with vacationing sunseekers. MILDRED'S SHOP CLOSED MON. NITES EXTRAORDINARY OFFER! ABUNDA For your second flowering of beauty! (limited time only) Here's th* chence to discover what tbe finest in skin conditioning nitfiature creams can do for you. A modern miracle cream, Abunila is one of the greatest achievements of cosmetic science today. Contains every ingredient of proven value aa a skin bt'auutur. Actually hel^s to restore a firmer, younger look to skin. IV DOROTHY C*AY WOLD'S DRUG STORE Co*mtti< C«unitr B« sure your child *tudie» dance with a NADAA Apt proved teacher. RUTH E, BUCKLIN Owner-Teacher of the BUCKLIN Dance Studio 911 North 4th St. IS APPROYiO HI 7.4*11 M* Y«HT CUM New .. ff*

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