The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 19, 1959 · Page 5
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Austin, Minnesota
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Monday, January 19, 1959
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NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS MONDAY REBEKAH LODGE will meet in the Evening at the loop Hall. YOUNG MATRONS Club will meet at the YWCA in the evening. TUESDAY ST. OLAP Circle 25 will meet in the afternoon at the church parlors. VPW AUXILIARY will meet In the afternoon for sewing at the home of Mrs. Earl Warner, 400 S. Franklin. ST. OLAF Circle 23 will meet with Mrs. Ow»n Maloney, 1008 Taylor, in the afternoon. ART AND Travel Club will meet at the YWCA in the afternoon. YOUNG DPL will meet in the evening at the community room of Sterling State Bank. BPO DOES will meet in the evening at the Elks Club. FACULTY WIVES Club will meet In the evening as follows: GROUP 1 with Mrs. Victor En- gclson. 304 S. St. Paul. BIG REDUCTIONS While Our CLEARANCE SALE LASTS MEN'S BAVARIANS and SUBURBANS Reg. to $39.95 $24.95 MISSES GAR GOATS Size 12 Only $15.00 PRICES REDUCED ON Women'* Suirt Dresses Jumper! Coots MANY OTHER ITEMS The Woolen Shoppe 509 N. Main HE 7-1103 Fox Hotel Bldg. Open 12 Noon '(ill 5:30 p.m. Friday 'till 9 p.m. TUESDAY GROUP 2 with Mrs. Donald Ingram, 60S Prospect, GROUP 3 with Mrs. William Lewis, 1207 N. Kenwood. GROUP 4 with Mrs. L. S. ttar- bo, 705 S. fifth. GROUP S *ith Mrs. Robert Roberts, 1609 W. College. GROUP 6 with Mrs. Jack Kentta, 1010 'Johnson. ST. OLAF Circle 28 will meet with Mrs. Oscar Roseth, 701 Mon roe, in the evening. CIRCLE 6, Grace Lutheran Church, will meet with Mrs. Em ery Farnum, 615 Madison, in the evening. DEBORAH CIRCLE, St. Mich ael'a Lutheran Church, Waltham, will meet in the evening with Mrs. Enno Krull, 708 Padden. ST. GERARD Unit will meet in the evening with Mrs. Joe Kolosa, 606 Rochford. CEDAR RIVER Does will meet in the evening with Mrs, Richard Anderson, 513 Lake. WHITTIER PTA will meet in the evening at the school. • EAGLES AUXILIARY will meet in the evening at the FOE Hall. WOMEN OF Moose homemaking committee will meet in the evening with Mrs. George Ross Jr., 2115 Hope. LANSING PTA will meet in the evening at the school. ST. RITA- Unii will meet in the evening with Air*. Norman Perl, 209 Herzog. FIDELIS CLASS, First Baptist Church, will meet in the evening with Mrs. Carl Shutt. 710 Johnson. jBrkia) Given Mary Ann Keller A bridal shower complimenting Miss Mary Ann Keller was helcl Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Harold Lewis, 511 S. Seven th. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Ed' ward Scfiradle and Mrs. Alvin Paulson. Traveling bingo was played and prizes wftrj? awarded the winners. Mrs. Lawrence Schumacher received the door prize. Miss Beverly Paulson assisted the bride-to-be in opening gifts. Miss Keller's marriage to Richard D. Kellogg will take place at 3, p.m. Feb. 14, at the First Baptist Church. She has also been honored at showers given by Miss Karen Koh- lews and Miss Barbara Finholdt. Trooper Goes Other Way to Nab Speeder OXFORD, Conn. UB — State Trooper Stanley Sobieski knows his roads and can prove it. While chasing a stock car driver at high speeds over some back roads, Sobieski suddenly stopped, turned around and headed in the .other direction. He turned down a side road and took a short cut to a highway. There he came out on the road in front of the speeding car. The driver, George Rzeszutek, 24, was book for driving while his license was under suspension and driving an unregistered car. SPRING and SUMMER HOURS Roger'* Jewelers will be closed Monday Evening*. Open by Appointment. PHONE HE 7-4454 V* Scientifically Speaking * About . . . Diamonds VK* V SHARON BRUHA Sharon Lea Bruha, Richard M. Williams Betrothal -Announced Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Bruha, Dexter, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon Lea, to Richard M. Williams. He is the son 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Schultz, Rochester. They are employed by 1MB, Rochester. No date has been set for the wedding. Carl Brill Speaks at Auxiliary Meeting Husbands of members were guests when the Pipefitters Auxiliary met Saturday evening. Carl Brill, community ambassador, told of his experiences in Poland the past summer, illustrating his talk with slides. Potluck supper preceded the pro-" gram. Members met at the Sterl ing State Bank Community Room. Methodist Couples Hold Bowling Party The Couples Club of the First Methodist Church held a bowling party Saturday at Echo Lanes. Later in the evening, Dr. and Mrs. Ladd Day, Mr. and Mrs. William Cassidy and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rolfson served refreshments in Wesley Hall at the church. A dinner meeting will be held in February at Nelson's Hospitality Room. Week's Sew-Thrifty PRINTED PATTERN 4520 Any diamond must be GRADED In order to dttcrmiix the COLOR, PERFIC- i± TION (PURITY), CUTTING and PROPORTIONING ond CARAT WEIGHT. In of- ,«. i dor to determiru id value in Dolan, the JEWELER MUST HAVE THE PROPER t 4 SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS. We EXPLAIN and SHOW you these differences in » quality. Ow policy it simple ... BE SURE THAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE WflL, INFORMED ABOUT DIAMONDS, AND THAT HE WILL NEVER HAVE SOMEONE ON THE OUTSIDE TELL HIM SOMETHING ABOUT HIS DIAMOND THAT HE SHOULD HAVE KNOWN FROM US ... BEFORE HE PURCHASED THE DIAMOND. . 4- ROGER'S CREDIT JEWELERS 125 N. Main • Austin Select Your Diamond* in H* Frivtcy ot Our Ntw Diemong] Room A fruited Jewel** It Your let* Advisor Charlotte Irvin, Jack Horstmann Marry at St. Augustine Church Miss Charlotte Irvin and Jack H. Horstmann were married ln*S double-ring ceremony at 1 p.m Saturday at St. Augustine Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Irvin, West Baldwin and the groom Is U» son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Horstmann, Adams. Msgr. Robert E. Jennings officiated at the service and Mrs. Mary Cronan played the nuptial music. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta with a scalloped neckline, long sleeves and a waltz-length skirt. A cornet of lace and pearls held her fingertip veil of Imported silk illusion and she carried a bouquet of red and white feathered carnations. Mrs. DeWayne Murphy, twin sister of the bride, was matron of honor wearing a gown of red poie de sole styled with three- quarter sleeves, straight neckline and Waltz-length skirt. She wore a white fur headdress and carried a white fur muff with red feathered carnations. Her pearl necklace and earrings were a gift from the bride. DeWayne Murphy attended the groom as bestman and ushers were Eugene Irvin, brother of the bride, and Alvin Redwing. As flower girl, Margaret Irvin, sister of the bride, wore a dress styled identical ot Mrs. gown. Her pearl necklace Murphy's s and bra-' !! During Johnson's Annual DRY GLEANING SALE (For a Limited Tim* Only) Hen's Suits 89c Ladies' ^ Suits. . , , 89c Hen's Pants ...... 49c Take Advantage of These Big Savings On Top Quality Cleaning. free Pickup And Delivery These prices apply in Austin only •o. to. •a. SHIRTS LUXURY LAUNDERED (Sport SJiirti Not 4 for only 89C Phone HEmlock 3-8161 JOHNSON 104 N. Main CLEANERS LAUNDERERS By ANNE ADAMS Easy - sew Wonder Pattern! Dreas and bolero outfit for spring — sun- tires* alone tor summer. High Empire aeainluu above princess skin adds new note. Tomorrow's pattern: Juu- lor ensemble. Printed Pattern 4520: Children's Sizes 2. 4, a, t. 10. Size 6 sundre«s take* 1% j«xl« Ji-lach; bolero % yard. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send Thirty . five cents In coins tor thl* pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for J»t - class mailing. Send to Aiine Adfcms, care of THE HERALD, Pattern Dept.. 2-33 W«»t nth St., New York 11, N. Y. Prtnt plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE aiid STYLE NUMBER. $ 1 It's Tbomsen Cleaners Again! Men's and Ladies' SUITS CLEANED and PRESSED (No CoupuH Booki To Buy) All rhii plus Thomscn't Trodi- tfenglly Hi Quoliry Worktn«n.hip •nd Joryie*. Plus "Nu Life" Cleaning THOMSEN CLEANERS Ph, Hi 3-6755 For Prompt Pick Up I 0«liv«ry Servic* FREE Miss Genevieve Ward and M. Michael Cotter Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Ward, Bozeman, Mont., announce t h c marriage of their daughter, Genevieve Katherine, to M. Miclviel Cotter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Cotter, Austin Rt. 3. The wedding took place Dec. 30, at Bozeman. Attending the couple were Mrs. Bruce Barnaby, Miss Margaret Ward, Louis Ward, Robert Ward and Joseph Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Cotter are now at home on Austin Rt. 3. Mr, and Mrs. Karnetz Celebrate Silver Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Karnetz, 607 High, held open house Sunday in celebration of their silver wedding anniversary. Mrs. Roiland Cole, daughter of the honored couple, was hostess, assisted by Mrs. Harold Davison. Miss Mary Davison, Mrs. Loy Cafourek and Mrs. Clnir McMichael. Miss Judith Jorgenson wns at the guest book and Miss Leona Bahde and Mrs. Irving Bahde poured as refreshments were served. OuUof-town guests were Mrs. David Bahde, Miss Leona Bahde, Wayne, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bahde, Fremont, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lubker and family, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McMichael and sons, Mr. and Mrs. William Stone, Albert Lea, and others from Brownsdale and Dexter. Dinner was served the immediate family Saturday evening at the Dinner Bell. Lucky Catch celet were a gift from the bride. Daniel Pike, nephew of the groom, was ringbenrer. Mrs. Ifvin wns attired in a dress of powder blue lace with white accessories and the groom's mother wore a blue dress with red accessories. Their corsages were of red and white carnations. A reception for 200 guests was held In- the church dining hall with the Rosary Society in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Raphael Skahnu was hostess and Mrs. Robert Loechcr nnd Mrs. Maynard Deyo poured as Mrs. Paul'Irvin and Mrs. Klrkwood Adams cut, the wedding cake, Mrs. Gary Sherman and Mrs. John Scheid served at the punch bowl. Others who served refreshments were Miss Patricia Irvin, Mrs. Charles Kilt- ridge, Mrs. Richard Noterman, Miss Lorrnirve Mittelstedl? Miss Loretta Murphy was in charge of the guest book and Mrs. Bern Barry, Mrs. Donald Lomen and Mrs. Gordon Anderson were at the gift table. After a trip to Missouri and Kansas, Mr, and Mrs. Horstmnnn will be at home at 109 N. Ash. For travel, the bride chose a black wool suit with mink collar and black feathered hat. She is a graduate of Pacelll High School and employed nt the First National Bank. The groom was graduated from Adams High School and is employed by the Ankeny Distributing Co. Barbara Harber, Robert K. Lillquist Will Wed Jan. 29 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. Harber, 602 S. Fourth, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Barbara Ann, to Robert K. Lillquist. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lillquist, Highway 16 V/est. The wedding will take place Jan. 29, at Our Savior's Lutheran Church. Mission Band at St. Olaf Church AUSTIN (Minn.) HERAID f Monday, Jon. 19, 1959 0 PATRICIA FLATTEN Patricia Ann Flatten and Warren Radford Set Wedding Date Mr. and Mrs. Hollies 0. Flatten, 303 N. James, announce the engagement and forthcoming mnr- ringe of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to Warren Radford, son of BOG W. College. The wedding will take place at 7:30 p.m. May 16, at St, Olaf Lutheran Church. Open House Marks Golden Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Walsh Open house marked the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Walsh, Sunday at their home, 60G W. Bridge. About 300 guests called from 2 to 5 p.m. Mrs. Herbert Holdgrafer poured as Mrs. Russell Eastlee and Mrs. James Weis cut the anniversary cake. Others who served refreshments were Mrs. Francis Walsh, Mrs. Edward Walsh, Mrs. John D. Walsh, Mrs. Paul Walsh, Mrs. Leo Burdette, Mr. nnd Mrs William Weis and Mrs. William Hemann. Mrs. Richard Fnltness was in charge of the guest book and Miss Barbara Holdgrafer was at gift table. Others who assisted Prayer by Jan Blowers opened were Veronica Walsh, Sharon East- the meeting of the Junior Mission I LEE, Diane Enstlee. Hosts were Band Saturday afternoon at St.! Francis . Edward, Paul and John Olaf Lutheran Church. ' j Walsh. In the absence of the officers,! The honored couple were married Jon Heirnsness served as presi-iJan, 20, 1909, at St. Augustine dent and Dennis Dalen, secretary. I Church. A. S. Enright, one of the Miss Marion Knutson conducted | attendants, also was present for the Bible study and the progiam the anniversary observance. included a piano solo by Daylen Peterson; vocal selection by Lois Johnson; a talk on treasure chests by Mrs. Leonard Johnson and the showing of a film as Mrs. Melvin Hauge spoke about Jewish missions. Cheryl Briggs gave the closing prayer. Ushers were Robert Marlin, Paul Worlein, Dennis Dalen and Mich ael Wolf. Cheryl Briggs, Judy Carlson and Jan Blowers were hostesses. Sandra Noble was a new member. The next session will be Jan. 31. PERSONAL NOTES Nathan Bray, Blooming Prairie, is a patient at St. Olaf Hospital, His room number is 137. Andrew Anderson, Nielsen Addition, underwent surgery this morning at St. Olaf Hospital. His room number h 213. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kovening. Albert Lea, spent Sunday with their aunt, Mr*. Anna Brown, 409 N. River. S-Sgt. Loren E. Christgau. International Airport, Portland, Ore., s o n of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Christgau, Austin Rt. 5, has been Lots of Answers for George By ANN LANDERS Dear Headers: Recently, n man who signed himself E. George wrote "Why defend -the average American housewife, Ann Landers? She's a pig and you know it." This column hasn't provoked such violent responses since I suggested that Elvis Presley was a dancer — not a singer. H u n d r c d s of rate women, indignant husbands (and even children) wrote to Rive E. George a verbal pasting and to defend the honor of the Average A in e.r i can Housewife. ' Such spirited response rates a full Ann I.nnilnr.i dnys column — and here it Is. - ANN LANDERS From Evansville, Ind. Dear Ann: It's a good thing you never print the names and addresses of people who write to you. That fellow who signed himself E. George would surely be found ciend in his bed one morning. If I knew who he was I'd cheerfully strangle the bum myself — and I'll b;t no jury would convict me. •— AVERAGE A. H. Dallas, Texas, Dear Ann: I'd like to tell E. George what one "average American pig" did this morning. Got up at G:30 a.m. Made a whopping big breakfast for a husband, four piglets mid a sow (my mother-in-law lives with us). Patt- a lunch for "Porky" (my bus* band) and set dough for four loaves of, bread. By 10:30 the sly wan In order and I ironed yesterday's laundry until noon when I stopped to make lunch for anywhere from four to eight kids as each one usually brings o friend. By 2:30 the lunch dishes were cleaned up, a cake was in the oven for a church bazaar, also an apple pie for the family. Went grocery shopping for the week, spent 40 minutes on the phone for the PTA (I'm president), prepared the swill for dinner, sewed together daughter's dancing costume and ran next door to help give a sick child medicine, (Mother can't handle him.) Tliis was one of my "light" days but even at that, Georgie, I didn't have much time to wallow around in the mud. I'm not looking for any medals. Millions of American women do as much, and more. So, as Ann Landers says "Put your nose back in joint, Buster." — THE POLAND CHINA From Manitowoc, Wis.: tf the average American housewife is a PIG, it's because the average American male is a BOAR. — INFORMED From Mexico, Missouri: I am 10 years old and in the fifth grade. My mother is not a pig. She is a very neat person. —ALLEN From Chicago: I never wrote to a paper before, but no jerk is Miss Bonnie Hynie Becomes Bride of Paul Ellis at Methodist Church going: to call my wife t pig and get away with ft. She's a wonderful wife and mother and 1 have yet to pay a laundry bill or eat a frozen pie In the IS yeari weVe been married. — BUftNED t/P From Memphis: Bid K. Cteofge aay pig? Well, it takes one to know one, — 01NK OfiiK Lot Angeles: If E. Cksorge'* wife is staying in bed until 11 a.m. every morning it's probably because she doesn't want to look at his ugly kisser * minute longer than is necessary, A bed can be a place to hide as well as rest. - A. A. H. Winnipeg, Canada: I'm from Canade but I'm mad at E. George anyway. We have nuts like that here, too. — MRS. E. J. K. Tulsa: E. George exposed himself. Only a pig would marry him. — MRS. F. P. STAMFORD, CONN.: E. George is out of his mind. I've been married 20 years and haven't had a plumber in the basement yet. My husband bought me a plunger and that's it. Are your parents too strict? You can benefit from the experiences of thousands of teenagers if you read Ann Landers' new booklet, "How To Live With Your Parents," enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope. (Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of THE HERALD enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope.) Mr. and Mrs. Walsh have nine children, Francis, Edward and Paul Walsh, Mrs. Herbert Holdgrafer, Mrs. James Weis, Austin; John Walsh, San Leandro, Calif.; Mrs. John Dack, Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. Russell Eastlee, Irwin, Pa.; Clair Walsh, Vancouver, Wash. Following mass at St. Augustine Church Sunday, a family dinner was held at Liebenstein Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Walsh received five long distance telephone calls. Out-of-town guests were A. S Enright, William Johnson, Mr. and Miss Bonnie Hynie became the bride of Paul Ellis at the First Methodist Church, Sunday. The! Rev. William J. Campbell performed the service at 2 p.m. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hynie, 813 ! Cleveland and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis, Austin Rt. 5. Miss Phyllis Roush, soloist, was accompanied by Miss Mae Wells. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her floor-length gown of taffeta was i'ashioned with a V-neckline edged with lace, long sleeves and skirt with lace medallion inserts. Her fingertip veil ot silk illusion fell from a Jace cloche embroidered with pearls and sequins and she carried a white Bible with roses. Miss Mary Hynie, maid of honor, wore a ballerina-length prin cess-styled gown of royal blue taffeta with an empire bodice and blue velvet streamers She carried n white muff with a rose corsage and wore a matching white fur headband. Miss Kathy Nelson as bridesmaid, also wore a gown of royal blue like the maid of honor and carried a white muff wtih roses and wore a white fur headband. Linda Hynie, junior bridesmaid, wore n ballerina length gown of white taffetn nnd carried a bouquet of rose buds. Norbert Ellis was bestman and Russell Ellis was groomsman. Junior groomsman was Raymond Ellis. Uhers were Rodney Ellis and Jon Nelson. The bride's mother wore a dross of dark blue with rose corsage and the mother of the groom wore a dress of light blue with rose corsage. Reception was held in Wesley Hall for 160 guests., Mrs. Albert Nelson was hostess and Mrs .Har DRAPERIES For Every Deeorl old Hynie and Mrs. Donald II.! fli Spreads Coverlets Oustruffles GIFTS PLAQUES PICTURES Mrs. Bernard Enrighl and son.'SayS Urban Church Must Be Democratic Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Rus sell Eastlee and family, Irwin, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. John D. Walsh, San Leandro; others from Rose Creek, Lyle, Brownsdale, Dexter, Manchester and Albert Lea. Keith Arneson Conducts Service Keith Arneson conducted t h e worship service when the L C R met Saturday at Our Savior's Lutheran Church. Bible study was led by Miss Inez Eggerslrom after which Miss READING, Pa. W) — If the urban church is to survive, it must welcome members regardless of race or social status, says the Rev. Walter Kloetzli, secretary of 'Urban Church Planning of the National Lutheran Council. I At a meeting on the problem! here, he criticized the growing flight of pastors and congregations to the suburbs, leaving their former churches "as shells" in) the downtown ureas. j selected to attend a three-week i Edna Roiland and James Polivka communication mainten- '' " ~" ance course at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, Okla. Mrs. Christgau is visiting her brother in Los Angeles at this time. Upon completion of the course, Sgt. and Mrs. Christgau will return to Portland, where they will reside at 4240 NE Killingsworth. Oregon possesses more virgin timber than any other state. told stories of Formosa. The worship offering prayer was by Gregory Bedstad and ushers were Nancy Russell and Mary Ellen Gieske. The serving committee included Darlene Stuewer, Blaine Arneson, Paulette Johnson, Lynda McKee, Darlene Granholm and William Peterson. Members made bookmarks under the direction of Mrs. Elmer Ulland. Nelson poured. Servers were Miss; Carol Asleson, Miss Colleen Butler, Miss Karen Haney, Miss Joan Sknr, Miss Dorothy Thrasher and tfiss Sonja Peterson. Mrs. Harold Hanson Jr. was at the guest book and Miss Joyce True and Miss' Patricia Steinbrink were at the gift table. The bride and groom arc graduates of Austin High School. Pol- lowing a wedding trip through the Ozarks, they will make their home on Rt. 5. For travel the bride wore a irown tweed suit. CURTAINS Priscillos Panels Cafes. Bath Room Sets JANE'S DRAPERY and GIFT SHOP 114 H. Main Austin SLIM DOWN AT HOME You can trim inches from tummy, hips, legs witii the Stauffer Home Reducing Plan of effortless exercise and calorie reduction. And, you can do it ot home. Call Bernyee Crowder HE 3-4746 stauffer MOMI MOOCIN4 M.AH 8J LAUBA WHEELER Smart "catch"! Embroider three decorative ducks In gay colors. Use metallic thread too. | Ducfca in motion make a drwnatic; display cm a *et of pictures, cloth, towel*. Pattern «9i: transfer of 6 motif* £1/4 x 1V t to Hi x 8 Inctiea; color chart Bend Tulrty . flu* Cent* (coins) for! thla pattern — add & cent* tor each: pattern for 1st - elms mulling. Send to THE HERALD. NeedlecruU Dept.,< P. O. Boi 169. Old Clielsta Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly FAT-i TERN NUMBER. NAME. ADDRESS ! and ZONE. | Send for » copy o: IKiii Laura! Whwler N«ecU«sraft Book. It haa love- i ly d«»ign« to order: embroidery, cro-' chet, knitting, veavlng, sru)!'!ni{, toys. In the book, a tjxcTal eurprU*.' to make a. little girl happy — t cut- ( out doll, clothe* to color. Send as cenw (or thl« book. i CLEANING Ladies' Plain Suits Men's Pants Men's Suits ... , 89c FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY SAVE MONEY ON LAUNDRY ' • Beautifully Laundered (No SpoM'Shirtt) 4 «o, 89c I James C. Petrillo, president of the American Federation of Mu- : 1 sicians, learned to play the trumpet in a settlement house. 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