The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 20, 1959 · Page 5
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 5

Austin, Minnesota
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Tuesday, January 20, 1959
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NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS TUESDAY VOUNG DFL will meet in the evening at the community room of Sterling state Bank. BPO DOES will meet in the evening at the Elks Cl«b FACULTY WIVES Club will meet in the evening as follows; GROUP 1 with Mrs. Victor Engelson. 30.' S. St. Paul. GROUP 2 with Mrs. Donald In- grnm, 505 .Prospect. GROUP 3 with Mrs. William Lewis, 1207 N. Kenwood. GROUP 4 with Mrs. L. S. Harbo, 70S S. Fifth. GROUP 5 with Mrs. Robert Roberts, 1609 W. College. GROUP li with Mrs, Jack Kentta, 1010 Johnson. ST. OLAF Circle 28 will me'et With Mrs. Oscar Roseth, 701 Monroe, in the evening. CIRCLE fi, Grace Lutheran; , Church, will meet with Mrs Em- :an( J eryj^num, 015 Madison, in U»; Eng0ged ^.^ Qfry DEBORAH. CIRCLE, St. Mich-| Mrs. Kenneth Ashton, 1111 Glea- ac s Lutheran Church, Waltham,: son . announces the engagement of will meet in the evening with Mrs. | her daughter, Oayle, to Charles N.tmri U *>iill r?m! TinJU«» -_ * 5 GAYLE ASHTON Miss Goyle Ashton ; AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Tuesday, Jon. 20, 1959 Mrs. Arthur Johnson Exhibts Dolls Before Young Matrons Club Mrs. Arthur Johnson displayed her collection of dolls at the Young Matrons club meeting at th" YWCA, Monday evening. Mrs. Johnson's collection includes dolls from many countries 1 some date from 1840. She described various characteristics of doll making, illustrating with examples among her dolls, Accordion selections were played by a trio, Patricia Zadworny. Carol Volley and Donald Meyor Mrs. Ferris Furtney, program chairman, introduced th: speaker and musicians. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Harold James, Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, Mrs. Donald Dutcher, Mrs. George Falconer and Mrs. Robert Stockdale. Mrs. Carroll Stephenson was awarded the door prize. Eimo Krull, 708 Padden. | Hanson. He is the son of Mr. and p I • "•••«».'» 11 »*v* tij vui, own vi i»ii, t ST. GERARD Unit will meet in i Mrs. Palmer Hanson, Hnyfield the evening with Mrs. Joe Kolosa, No date has been set for the BOG Rochford. wedding, CEDAR RIVER Does will meet in the evening with Mrs. Richard Anderson, 513 Lake, WHITTIER PTA will meet in the evening at the school. !/p i , EAGLES AUXILIARY will meet DQCK TO in the evening at the FOE Hall. Mothers Club Goes „._-,_. „_;• "Back to school" was the theme WOMEN OF Moose homemaking: ( ,r the Waltbam Mothers Club committee will meet in the eve-; meeting Friday evening at the ning with Mrs. George Ross Jr., i school, 2115 Hope. j Hostesses included Mrs. Victor LANSING PTA will meet in the (Dvorak Sr., Mrs. Theodore Pater, evening at the school. Mrs. Walter Schnifring Jr., Mrs. ST. RITA Unit will meet in the Edward. Kraus and Mrs. David evening with Mrs. Norman Perl, Dennis. 209 Herzog. FIDEHS CLASS, First Baptist Church, will meet in the evening with Mrs. Carl Shutt, 710 John son. WEDNESDAY ST. PHILOMENA Unit wil', Church, will Patricia Ann Flatten and Warren Radford Set Wedding Date Mr. and Mrs. Hollies 0. Flatten, 303 N. James, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to Warren Radford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Radford, 800 W. College. The wedding will take place at 7:30 p.m. May 10, at St. Olaf Lutheran Church. Mrs. Quam Hostess to Royal Acres Club Mrs. Earl Quam, Austin Rt. 3, was hostess to the Royal Acres Club Monday afternoon. Games were played and prizes awarded Mrs. Vem Wigant. Mrs. ..x^n^o^n Gordon Hanson, Mrs. George Van- WOMEN'S MISSIONARY Society Camp and Mrs - E ' H - Swanson. will meet in the afternoon at Grace Mrs ' Lyle McC °y won +he door JANUARY WEDDING — Caroline Russell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Russell, Austin Rt. 5, and Ray Munoz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luis Munoz, Puerto Rico, were married Jan. 10, at Queen of Angels Church, They will make their home at 2530 llth Ave. S., Minneapolis. Baptist Church j prize. The next meeting will be! FELLOWSHIP win Howe, 909 N. Fourth, for a luncheon. GOLDEN AGE Club will iuet in the afternoon at the Moose j cecil^Bla k^ Home. ' " PHILOMATHIAN CLUB meet in the afternoon at the Green Room of the Austin Hotel. MC INTYRE WRC 27 will meet! in the afternoon at the KC H<il). \ BISHOP SEABURY Unit will meet in the afternoon at the guild hall of Christ Episcopal Church. sert luncheons as follows: ALDEN GROUP with Mrs. R. , BREWSTER GROUP with Mrs. | Hammermesiter, the former Doris ' ' George Stahl, 503 Soulhwood Road.! Wescott of Adams, was held Sun- iMrs. Hammermeister Honored at Shower A shower honoring Mrs. Stanley MAYFLOWER GROUP with day at the Irving Anderson home, Mrs. C, W. Wilkins. 1005 N. Sixth..' Rose Creek. DOFUS CORSON S u I T S LADIES' or MEN'S Cleaned and Pressed NO COUPON BOOKS TO BUY! All this plus Thomscn's Traditionally Hi Quality Workmanship and Service. Plus . . "NU LIFE" Cleaning! THOMSEN GLEANERS HE 3-6755 For Prompt Pick-up and Delivery Service FREE I GROUP with Mrs. j Mrs. Lloyd Hammenneister pre- kA' lr .~ r\«-- , 924 Lansing. , sented the progran) o[ cr;llterl / and MlSS UOHS )i\ O LrfUluCriin GUllCt i era moo oti*4 »frt«^l ~,»t~, ;: i _ • ^+ * /•STTTI nAitT^n.r, T i „ • OUR SAVIORS Lutheran Guild j games and vocal selections by nnr J circles will meet as follows: iMarlene Donn a J Qnd rcies win meet as ionows: iMarlene, Donna and Kathy Sch-i ' VJtlul:5 ern Star. Me MARY CIRCLE with Mrs Fred; roeder. Lois and Beverly Ham-1 Betrothol Annn. inrpH Masonic HalL eimers, Austin Acres, in the aft- mermeister assisted the recent I °' AnnOUncec1 j M rs. Burl Tinnn \_ •_!_•.• .,. I „ _ _ . _ . _ . !Shower Compliment: Miss Helen Kraft fMiss Helen Krnft was honored at a bridal shower Saturday at the home of Mrs. James Benesh, Austin Rt. 3. Co-hostess was Mrs. Helen Kycek. Miss Lois Kycek was in charge of contests and prizes were award ed Mrs. Donald Pell, Mrs. Ed 'ward Moucha, Mrs. Maynard Nel 'son and Mrs. Lowell Parmenter. I Mrs. Louis Kraft assisted her i daughter in opening gifts. | Miss Kraft's marriage to Carl | Bogenschutz will take place in the i near future. | iPast Matron Club i Names Officers New officers conducted a meet ing of the Past Matron Club o Unity Chapter 29, Order of East ern Star, Monday night at t h Reimers emoon. MARTHA CIRCLE with M r s Henry Rasmussen, 200 N; 13th, in the afternoon. RACHEL CIRCLE with Mrs. Earl Quam, 2001 Hope, in the evening. ESTHER CIRCLE with Mrs. LeRoy Buland, 1803 W. Maple, in the evening. NAOMI CIRCLE with Mrs. Harold Westby Jr., 800 N. Ken-vood, in the evening. ST. PAULA Unit will meet in the evening with Mrs. Gus Ewald, 301 W. Oakland, Apartment 8. BISHOP KEMPER Unit wil! meet in the evening at the guild of Christ Episcopal Church. MARY IMMACULATE Unit will meet in the evening with Mrs Orville Fingarson, 1517 Grove. ST. GERTRUDE Unit will meet with Mrs. Thomas Seery, 300 S. bride in opening gifts. Lunch was served by Mrs. Oscar Proeschel, Mrs. Robert Schroeder, ment °f tneir daughter, Doris, to Mrs. Arnold Hammermeister, Mrs.'Gary Gerdts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hamme/rneister, Mrs. Del-! Harvey Gerdts, Waseca. ano Hammermeister, Mrs. Alvin! No date has been set for the Anderson and .Mrs. Irving Ander-! wedding. son. Modern Homemakers;WRC 23 Presents Meet for Dinner Past President Pins Kenwood, in the evening. CIRCLE 5, Grace Lutheran QlnQ Church, will meet in the evening! ° with Mrs. Leonard Swanson, 2303 E. Winona. WOMEN'S MISSIONARY Society 204 was hostess to the Homemakers Club at a dinner! meeting Monday. j "Oven Meals" was the lesson and all members assisted in preparing dinner. Leaders were Mrs. Merle Heard and Mrs. Arnie Simonson. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Roger Anderson, 107 N. Elm Tree. , Plehal is president Mr. and Mrs. Lester Corson,! Mrs. John Singleton, secretary Hayfield, announce the engage- treasurer; Mrs, Clyde Fischer, stu. shine chairman; Mrs. J. M. Pug] cateress. Dinner was served by M r s Pugh, assisted by Mrs. Pleha Mrs, Singleton, Mrs. Fischer, Mrs. Bert Elefson, Mrs. Gordon Halu and Mrs. M. J. Hardy. Programs for the year were dL tributecl and names drawn for sec ret matron sunshine. There was service in memory of Mrs. Ger rude McFarlane. Mrs. Virgil Desart and Mrs. Honored at Party | In a birthday observance, Mrj ! Frances King, Mrs. N. S. Jacot Armstrong WRC 23 m e t j son, Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Pugh an Monday evening at VFW Hall. Mrs. j Mrs. Elmore Greening were hon Edwyna Perry niade the presents- ored. tions. Plans were made for Cards were played with prize public awarded Mrs. E. G. Usern, Mrs card party March 2. Relief in thejB. J. Cronwell, Mrs. Victor' Pick amount of $160 was reported thejett, Mrs. Edwyna Perry. Mrs. Wi past month. jliam Peterson received the doo During the social hour, "T h e prize. The next session will b Birthday Song" was sung for Mrs. ~ DeSart and refreshments were served by Mrs. Howard Blynn, Feb. 16. Mrs. Henry Strewer and Mrs. Gay- i Rachel is the Hebrew name lo » will be a ta-in 11 ^ 8 2 ' 3ft Feb. 2. will meet in the evening ,it the ond . wa s honored at a surprise i xhe next youth chapel of the Church of | birthday dinner Sunday at the • „ m Christ, j home of her brother-in-law and sis- l WOMEN OF Moose publicity! ter - Mr - a »d Mrs. Oscar Olson, : committee will meet in the even-1^16 Grove. | *- tt ai. uciuiiiu numary mm io> ing with Mrs. Howard Rasmus-! Dinner was served to about 50! get training in missiles since the i sen, 1001 Collins. j guests, who came from West Un-' end of World War II were recent- j BEREAN CLASS, First Baptist'ion, Castallia and Decorah, lowa.Jy graduated by U. S. Army at Church, will meet in the evening Minneapolis and Austin. Mrs. 01-j Huntsville, Ala. Now they will he ! af tllG Rich31*d POl'tGrf iplrf homp cnrt ni*0c tit^t <a/4 * It** Imit A%*n« I .r<n..<.i > i*tninn.-l ;.. ».._»... ;_ r i?i_ . .. east of Austin. 1 a female sheep. WHEN DOES COME IN THI First German military men toj son presented the honored guest | trained in supersonic missiles at 'I with a purse of money. Ft. Bliss, Tex. ANSWER i be satisfied with anything less than the fineit service available Television (any make) Small Appliances Television Antennas Both Repair & New InstolloHons Major Appliances Vacuum Cleaners COMBS TO TOWN Our Pledge TO YOU 1. All Repair Will Be Com. pitted Within 24 Hoim (providing ports ore available). 2. ALL WORK GUARANTEED FOR 30 DAYS. 3. All Mechanics Factory Trained. 4. Superior Service — Plui Economical Chorget. Phone HE 3-2363 GORDON X^—T—T JCICCTR CLCCTRIC INC. 105 E. Oakland, Au»tin, Mlna. savings in every department! DRESS CLEARANCE Save Vi to More Than '/z Misses, Juniors and Half Sizes / Regular Values to $14.95 Regular Values to $24.95 Regular Values to $35.00 $ $ 10 15 WINTER COAT CLEARANCE Choose from Wools, Tweeds, Polished Blacks, Alpaca and Wool Blends. Mohair and Wool Blends. Regular Values to $49.95 $ 28 Regula Values to $59.95 ,•$ 38 Regular <t Values «4> To $69.95 48 Coats and Dresses — Fashion floor DOWNSTAIRS STORE SPECIALS * MAIN FLOOR * SPECIALS Clearance Famous Make Discontinued Knit Coordinates Skirts -Sweaters OFF Odd Lot of Sweaters Bulkies and Fur Blends $8.95 to $12.95 Values Vl LADIES' COATS Misses and Junior Sizes Reg. $29.95 Values GIRLS' CAR COATS Sizes 7 to 14 and Subteens 8 to 16 OFF MISSES SIZES CORDS AND $|99 $|99 SUES 3 lo 12 CLEARANCE WOOL SKIRTS . . CLEAN UP MISSES and JUNIOR SLACKS BOY'S ZIP-OFF HOOD PARKAS CLEARANCE CHILDREN'S GLOVES & MITTENS . . V* PRICE CLEARANCE - INFANTS and GIRLS' HEADWEAR .*«*«*,.«* $wo • mtmf\mr ww i*m% » • • • i CLEARANCE - GIRLS' (Toddlers thru Sub-Teen) DRESSES REG ULAR J2.98 (o $14.98 VALUES «/2 PRICE GIRLS' $7.90 -$9.90 and $12.90 VALUES COATS & COAT SETS ™»V* ™«< CLEARANCE Cotton Coordinates Regular $10.95 Values 1/2 PRICE CLEARANCE OF Blouses Roll-ups, Long and Short Sleeve Styles White and Colors GIRLS' SUBTEEN COATS Reg. $29.95 to $35. Sixes 8 to 14. MISSES, JUNIOR,& Mt SIZE DRESSES Regular $5.96 to $6.98 Value* / FAMOUS M PfiMlOflS CLEARANCE Skirts Reg, $5.98 to $12.98 Values $4_$5_$7 ODD LOT Dusters Reg. $5.98 to $10.95 1 /3 PRICE CLEARANCE Purses Regular $2.98 Values $188 Pliu Tax CLEARANCE Purses Reg. $5.00 to $10.98 Value* 1 / 2 Pitts Tax CLEARANCE Ladies' Wool Gloves & Mittens

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