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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1950, Winona, Minnesota                              fig.8 THE WINONA REPUBLICAN-HERALD, WINONA, MINNESOTA SATURDAY, JUNE 17, SOCIETY CLUBS Durand Couple On Wedding Trip To West Coast Durand, Wis. Miss Alice May Hubbard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hubbard, Durand, became the bride of Nor- bert Schaffner, Durand, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaffner, Eau Galle. Monday at a 9 a.m. nuptial high mass at St. Mary's Durand church. The Rev. John P. Murphy performed the single-ring cere- mony. Altars were decorated with spring flowers and the church choir sang the nuptial music. The bride who was given in mar- riage by her father, was attired In an ivory slipper satin gown trim- med with lace and made with a fitted bodice. The skirt extended in a long train. She wore a veil with lace trimming, held by a beaded crown. The bridegroom presented his bride with a double strand of pearls, and she carried a bouquet of red roses. She was attended by her cousin, Mrs. George Schulner, Jr., as the matron of honor, dressed in a yel- low lace and marquisette over taf- feta. She wore a rhinestone neck- lace and a picture hat to match, and carried white and blue daisies tied with blue ribbon. The bridegroom was attended by James Nicklas, St. Paul. Eugene Prissel and Elwyn Hubbard usher-1 ed. The mother of the bride was at- tired in a navy crepe with white accessories and the bridegroom's mother in gray with pink accessor- ies. They wore pink rose corsages. A dinner was served at eleven a.m. in the River room of the Stoppe cafe to 42 guests. The bridal table was centered with the wed- ding cake and lighted candles and the guests' tables were decorated with roses, sweet peas and baby's breath. A reception for 80 guests was held in the afternoon at the home of the bride's parents. Two classmates of the bride, Miss Har- jSt. John's Altar Society to Hold iAnnual Picnic The Altar Society of St. John's parish will hold its annual picnic Tuesday afternoon at Bluffside park. Transportation will be pro- vided and those desiring to attend are asked to be at the church by 2 p. m. If the weather is inclement, the picnic will be held In the church social rooms, beginning at p. m. Members are to bring their own dishes and silverware. The picnic supper will be furnished by the committee. A business meeting will be held at 8 p. m. in the church social rooms and a social hour will follow i the meeting. On the committee in j charge of the day's activities are Mrs. Forrest Sawyer, chairman: Mrs. John Sikorski, Mrs. Edward Schneider, Mrs. William Safranek, Mrs, Mary Safranek, Mrs. Mary Smokey, Mrs. Edward Schultz, Mrs. William Srnec, Mrs. Lydia Bayer and Mrs. Theodore Kryzer. Keep in Trim riet Moyer and Miss Mary Melrose, Rock Falls, served. Lou After they return from a two- Mrs. Norbert Schaffner Studio photo Technique For Slimming Bulky Hips By Ida Jean Kain At first blush, in a bathing suit, you may jump to the conclusion that you need to slim off ten pounds. .all off the hips. But If you're not overweight, you do not need to lose pounds. .hips to the contrary. Diet yourself under- weight, and hips will loom larger than ever. The beauty measure is to exercise to restore tone to the big hip muscles. Dolores Ciszak Becomes Bride At Waumandee Independence, The St. Boniface church, Wauman- dee, Wis., was the scene of the marriage Monday morning of Miss Dolores Ciszak, daughter of Mr. Anton Ciszak, town of and Raymond Smieja, high and and Mrs. Montana, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Smieja, Independence. The nuptial double-ring ceremony were read at a. m. by the- Rev. Brokowski. Given In marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white marquisette fashioned with square neckline edged with rows of lace, fitted bodice and full skirt with Dinner Dance at C.C. Thursday A dinner dance will be the prin- cipal social event, open to the gen- eral membership, at the Winona Country club next week. Golf will be highlighted by the Women's Golf association women's invitation- al Wednesday when play starts at a. m. with players from nine visiting clubs participating. The June dinner dance will be held at the club next Thursday evening with dinner at 8 p. m. Reservations for the dinner are to be made by June 21. Hors d'oeuvres will be furnished by the club for insets of lace starting at the and extending into the train. Her the cocktail hour preceding die- trip to the West Coast thej The Evangelical Service guild will couple will live at 208 West Main j sponsor an Ice cream social on the street, Durand. The bridegroom I church lawn July 1. Serving will operates the Schaffner Locker j start at 7 p. m. Ice cream, cake and plant. Both are graduates of Dur-jcoffee will be served, and High school. The bridegroom' served in the Navy in World War II. Fred Stanton, the bride's 80-year- old grandfather, was a guest. Out- of-town guests were Mrs. Carol Coffman, Oxford, Wis., Mrs. Merle Lewiston Groups Schedule Socials Lewiston, eral Lewiston groups will meet for picnics or socials this month. Mem-1 At the back of the hips there is bers of the Garden club will their annual picnic at Farmers muscle loses tone) naturally hips Community park Wednesday at 1 bulk out. Flabby muscles not on- p m Members are asked to bring lack shape, but take up more space, all of which is plain to be seen in the brief lovely nothings called bathing suits. But don't put that swim suit back in the moth- balls with the right exercise technique, in a couple of weeks your hips can be shapely enough to flowers for corsages. of Eastern Star members Peck and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell McDonnel and children, Sioux Falls, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hagemann, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hubbard and daughters, Waupaca, Wis.; Mrs. Glenn Bar- quest, Chippewa Falls, Wis.; Mrs. Nellie Mishler and Mrs. Elmer Clar- Ells- worth; Miss Darlene Schaffner, Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kreinkie. C. C. Women Win Rochester Prizes Mishler. Eau Claire; Mrs. ence Hofmeister and son Winona women, members of to him. Women's Golf association of thej Winona Country club made a clean sweep of all low gross prizes for visiting players at the women's invitational tournament sponsored by the Rochester Country club at Rochester Friday. Mrs. E. F. Heberling won the low gross prize in Class A, Mrs. C. E. Pingle, the low gross prize in Class B and Mrs. J. Allen Red- ding, the low gross prize in Class C, Farmers Community park at 7 p. m. Each family is to bring their diches, a covered dish and dishes. All members and their families are invited. Children attending the Bible school, their parents, and teachers of all the churches represented and church members will have a noon picnic dinner at Farmers Community park Friday. A food committee will be appointed. The children will present a program at the Pres- byterian church June 25. The annual picnic of the Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary will be held on the clubhouse lawn Monday aft- ernoon. The unit will sponsor an ice cream social July 10. At the Auxiliary meeting Mon- day evening reports on the district convention at Waseca were given and the Poppy poster contest prize won by Robert Milde was present- "aflwear Gussie Moran's tennis outfit! Today's exercise program is ail- to reach which Players from nine cities parti- cipated in the tournament. Surprise Picnic Rushford, Minn. last meeting of the Priscilla club before the summer recess took the form of a surprise picnic when Mrs. D. S. Prinzing and Mrs. Vincent J. Miller called for the rest of the members and drove them to Myrick park. La Crosse.sJune 8, where they served supper. The guests were the Mesdames George Stan- ley, Amelia Olson, R. V. Williams, E. C. Krockow, G. L. Rollins, Eliza- beth Johnson, Elizabeth McLeod and C. A. Eggen. The next meeting will be in September. Central Methodist Circles to Picnic Picnic meetings have been planned by Circles Five, Six and Eight of the Woman's Society of Christian Services of Central Methodist church. Circles' Three and Four also will meet next week. Circle Three will be entertained by Mrs. C. A. Pfeiffer, Gilmore avenue at p. m. Wednesday and Circle Four will meet in the church library at p. m. Wednesday with Mrs. H. W. Wentworth and. Mrs. L. A. Laufenburger as hos- tesses. Mrs, J. E, Burns will lead the devotions. A picnic gathering is planned for Circles Five and Six at Bluffside park at 1 p. m. Wednesday. If there is rain that day, the meeting will be held in the recreation rooms of the church. Mrs. C. A. Hedlund and Mrs. R. A. Henry are serving as chairmen in charge. A picnic also is planned by Circle Eight for Wednesday at p. m. at Bluffside park. Mrs. Thor Bergh is chairman. spreads across the back of the hips, the gluteus medius which' flanks the sides of the hips, and the gluteus minimus bulging be- neath. Swinging exercises are fun and slimming, so take it on the up- swing. Position: Lie on left side on floor, head resting on folded left arm, right arm out on floor for support, legs straight down. Movement: The exercise Is merely to swing the top leg swing up in front, then swing as far back, as comfortable, tensing the hip muscles as you swing. Keep swinging briskly, backwards and forwards for 12 counts. Change sides and repeat with the other leg. Later double the count. To make this streamlining action, sion. Position: Same as above ing on side. a double try this ver- ly- Movement: Swing the right leg forward, but this time bend the knee sharply and strongly contract the abdominal muscles. Then swing; the leg backward, straight- ening the knee. Hold leg in the backward swing for a second the holding is toning then bring it forward, bending the knee again. Repeat with right leg, six to 12 counts. .then change sides and ex- ercise with other leg. Be sure to keep girdle muscles firmly' con- tracted as knee is bent toward chest. To reach the thigh-flanking mus- cles, circle to the right. .circle to the left. Position: The same lying on left side, free arm used as a brace. Movement: Raise top leg slight- ly, then make big circles circl- ing up, around and back down. Cir- Ccller Studio photo The Visit Of The Two Younger members of a four-generation to Winona this spring was the occasion for the above picture, 'seated at the left is the oldest of the four women, Mrs. Amanda Struble, 69, 1729 West Fifth street. Her daughter, Mrs. John Fitz- gerald, 84 Lenox street, is'seated at the right; her granddaughter, Mrs. Edmund Modjeski, Oakland, Calif., is standing in back, and her' great-granddaughter, Mary Jean Modjeski, four years old, Oakland, is standing in front. veil fell from a. bonnet caught with clusters of pearls. Her flowers were pink and white roses. She wore a two-strand pearl necklace, gift of the bridegroom. Miss Bernice Halama, who at- tended the bride as maid of honor, wore a lilac organdy gown fash- ioned with eyelet bodice. The bridesmaid, Miss Ann Jankowski, Mankato, Minn., cousin of the bride, wore an identical dress in yellow organdy. They wore match- ing gauntlets and .picture hats and rhinestone earrings, gift of the bride. The maid of honor carried yellow carnations and the brides- maid, lavender carnations. Jack Weier, Independence, cousin of the bridegroom, acted as best man and Laverne Deck, cousin of the bride, and William Andre serv- ed as ushers. The mothers of the couple wore floral print dresses and corsages Cronen and his orchestra will play for dancing after dinner. Hosts and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Landman and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Giddings. A smorgasbord Mrs. A. H.Rostto Attend B. P. W> National Meet Mrs. A. H. Eost, 1173 West Fourth street, will represent the Winona Business and Professional Women's club at the tenth biennial conven- Jon of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs In the Saa Francisco House, San Francisco, Calif., July 2 through 7. Mrs. Host and Mrs. George OTDell, 163 Gould street, left Thursday for the West They will visit Mrs. Bost's nephew. Dr. R. O. Spittler and family, Lodi, Calif., Lodi, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. ODell's son, Master Sergeant George E. O'Dell, Hamilton Air Force Base, Hamilton, Calif., while on the West coast. Dr. K. Frances Scott, Northamp- ton, Mass., national president of the federation, will introduce toe honor guest of the evening July 2, Governor Earl Warren of Califor- nia. and card night Calendar of Events MONDAY, JUNE 19 p. m., Masonic No. 8, Order of Job's 8 p. m., Odd'rellows lodge, Independent Order of Odd Fellows. TUESDAY, JUNE 20 2pm Bluffside park St. John's Altar society. 7-30 p. m., Masonic lodge No. 18, A. F. A. M. 8 p. m., Laird-Norton Company Simpson Home board. 8 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Joseph H, St. Joseph's chureh. 8 p. m., St. Paul's Episcopal parish Jaycees. 8 p. m., Red Men's camp, R. N. of A. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21 a. m., Winona Country Invitational Tour- nament. a. m., Central Methodist church Girl Scout camp volun- teer leaders training course. 1 p. m., Biuffside Five and Six, Central Methodist 1-15 p m., Bluffside Eight, Central Methodist church. p, m., Central Methodist church Girl Scout camp volunteers. p, m., at the home of Mrs. J. S. C, Central Lutheran church. p. m., at the home of Mrs. C. A. Three, Cen- tral Methodist church. 2-30 p. m., Central Methodist church Four. 6'30 p m Club of Winona, p- m., St. Stanislaus Thomas court No. 360, C. O, of F. 8 p. m., Odd Fellows Rebekah lodge. p. m., St. Martin's circle. THURSDAY, JUNE 22 a, m., Westfleld Golf women's tournament, luncheon and cards., p. m., Central Methodist church Girl Scout camp volunteers. p. m., Community room, city Relief corps. p. m., Winona Country dance. Giri Scout Camp Volunteers to Attend Course A training course for volunteers who will assist with the Girl Scout day or established camp will be held in the Central Methodist Girl Scout room next week. Sessions will be Wednesday at 9 a. m. and p m. and Thursday at p. m. Miss Donna Dougherty, Girl Scout executive, who has just returned from a regional camp training course for Girl Scout camp directors, will conduct the sessions. WENONAH Wenonah Rebekah lodge will meet cle a number of times in one di-lat 8 p. m. Wednesday at the Odd rection, then reverse the circles. JFellows hall. ____ Riverside-Magnolias camp, Royal Neighbors of America, will hold its meeting Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the Red Men's wigwam. opposite leg. If you wish illustrated exercises, send to The Republican-Herald for i "Hips Hips Away" and "Exercise I for Lovely Thighs." Vegetable Shampoo PHONE 3738 A dinner was served at noon at the home of the bride's parents for the immediate families and a reception was held at 2 p. m. for 150 guests. The couple left on a week's trip to northern Wisconsin for which the bride wore a beige two-piece dress with brown accessories. The bride is employed by the Independ- ence Manufacturing Company and the bridegroom at the Smieja Broth- ers Meat Market. Guests included Miss Ann Jan- kowski, Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. Prank Jankowski, Janesville, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Anderson, Eau Claire; Mr. and Mrs. Romaine Running, Mondovi, and Mr. and Mrs. Casper Ciszak, Osseo, Wis. Two pre-nuptial showers were given the bride, one at the Wau- mandee tif.ll and the other at the home of the bridegroom's mother with Miss Bernice Halama as co- hostess. CIRCLE Circle Two of the Woman's So- ciety of Christian Service of Mc- Kinley Methodist church will be entertained by Mrs. A. N. Nelson, 1066 Gale street, Thursday at p. m. Mrs. M. J. Reed is circle chairman. HTJMBOLDT are planned for June 29 and a two- ball mixed foursome followed by dinner for June 25. Walter Huntmans Attend Wedding Stockton, Minn. Mr and Mrs. Walter Huntman have re- turned from a trip to Edwardsville HI., where they attended the wed- ding of their niece and visited at the homes of Mr. Huntman's broth- ers-in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs: Milton Stallken. While at Ed- wardsville, Mr. Huntman met friends and school mates whom he had not seen for 40 years. The Huntmans visited many places of interest on their B Leaves for Europe Miss Patricia Safranek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Safranek, 673 East Wabasha street, left Fri- day for Quebec, Canada, from where she will sail on the S.S. Sa- maria June 20 for Europe. She is taking the trip with a group of about 17, the tour having been ar- ranged by the American Youth Abroad organization of St. Cath- erine's college, St. Paul. The 1950 theme tor Biennial con- vention will be "Turn the Tide At the Turn of the pro- grams on the Turn of the Century as it affects the national scene, the international scene, and the future ahead for will be pre- sented. Delegates representing the 000 members of the National Fed- eration will be present from 48 states, Alaska and Hawaii. Suc- cessful women from the hostess ;te, fields ranging from movies, radio, fashions, through textiles and ceramics, will be presented July 5. The interna- tional scene will take the spotlight July 6, with outstanding interna- tional guests to address the con- vention. Election of new national officers is scheduled for July 7. Soroptimist Club London Officer At Convention Miss Elizabeth Hawes, past presi- dent of the Soroptimist Club of London, who during the war years, served as international liaison sec- retary of the Soroptimist Interna- tional association and who last fall welcomed a Winona Soroptimist club member. Miss Floretta M. They will visit England, to London, will attend the Belgium, Holland, Prance, Italy.jnth biennial convention of Austria and Switzerland, and will I American Federation of Soroptimist return here about September 9. In clubs in Seattlq, Wash., July 2 Italy, an audience with Pope Plus through 7 as a representative of XII has been arranged and visits j the Federation of Great Britain will be made to Rome, Florence and land Ireland. She will be accom- Venice among other cities. Out- standing plays and musical festivals also are on the itinerary of the group. TO SAN Mrs. Elmer Rupp, 278 Lafayette street, and her sister, Miss Agnes Ginther, 362 Mankato avenue, left today for San Francisco, Calif. They will attend the commence- ment exercises at San Jose State college, San Jose, Calif., where Mrs. panied by Gladys Robinson of the Soroptimist Club of London. In addition to Miss Hawes, Dr. Mary Collins, Soroptimist Club of Edinburgh, who has held a special teaching assignment in psychology at Swarthmore college, Pa., will al- so attend. Miss Leona McGill .is the delegate of the Winona club to the convention. The local club will hold its June dinner meeting at the Oaks Wed- nesday at p. m. Open Mon. and Thnrs. evenings by appointment Bring a Friend SPECIAL 3PERMANENTS f fnr the nrire nf PERMANENTS for the price of Helene Curtis SPECIAL SHAMPOO and SET Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Only PARAMOUNT BEAUTY SALON 75c 77V4 Weit Third St. Winona, Minn. Phone 3738 Ringlet Greme Cold Wave i" Student .Work OPEN 6 DATS A WEEK ALL DAT SATCEDAT HARDING BEAUTY SCHOOL West Third St. Jacob Kryzers Celebrate 25th Anniversary Rushford, and Mrs. Jacob Kryzer. (Rose Stanek) were honored Sunday in celebration of) their 25th wedding anniversary.] They were married June 24, at St. John's church, Winona, and! attended by Miss Anna! Kryzer and William Stanek. They have resided all their married life in Hart township, and now live on a farm about four miles northwest of Hart. They have three children, Lorraine (now Mrs. Isaac Dorothy, and Leo, and one grandchild, Thomas De- Boer, Those present for supper Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John Betlock and son Gerald, Mr. John Cernohous and daughter Anna, Mrs. William Matzek, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Johnson and children Vernon, Helen and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cernohous and sons, Kenneth and Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Deiss and daughter, Kathy, Dorothy Hildebrandt, Don- ald Stern and Delores Dushek, Riv- er Falls, Wis.; Miss Anna Kryzer, Kenosha, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kryzer, Pine City, Minn.; Bud O'Donnell, Hous- ton; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stanek, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stanek and children, Irene and George, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kryzer and daugh- jter Ann Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-' iliam Stanek, Martin Stanek, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stanek and sons, Dale and David, Winona; Mr. and Mrs. John Kryzer and children, Lu- cille, John, Mary and George, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac DeBoer and son, Thomas, and Miss Delores Ras- mussen, Rushford, and Leo and Miss Dorothy Kryzer, Lewiston, Minn. In the evening an open house and a bam dance were held. The Sugar Blues band provided the music. meeting at the St. Stanislaus school Wednesday at p. m. Refreshments will be served. WINONA Winona lodge No, 18, A. F. A. M., will meet at the Masonic temple iat p. m. Tuesday. Frothy Flattery Ice Cream Social Lewiston, St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid, Lewiston, will sponsor an Ice cream social on the church lawn, Wednesday. Cake, ice cream and coffee will be served. Serving will start at 7 p. m. RETURN Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Stein, 113 East Sarnia street, returned home Thursday from Niagara Falls, New York city and Cape Cod where they visited friends. CIRCLE Circle H of St. Joseph's society will meet at the home of Mrs. Jos- eph Rent, 358 East Wabasha street, [Tuesday at 8 p. m. Winona State Teachers college stu- Humboldt lodge, Independent Or- der of Odd Fellows, will meet at 8 p. m. Monday at the Odd Fellows hall. ST. THOMAS St. Thomas court No. 360, Cath- olic Order of Foresters, will hold its several weeks. RELIEF TO VISIT Miss Matilda Gage, Aberdeen, 8. arrived today for a visit with Leslie Gage, 467 Main street. jMiss Gage drove from Aberdeen to lEvanston by way of Iowa. Driving Iwith her is Mrs. Walter Allen, lor- A report on the state convention jmerl Janet TImberlake or Wmona. held in Minneapolis June 6, 7 and !Tbe for the trip was the 8 will be given the Woman's Relief graduatloa of MrSp son from p corps, Auxiliary to John Ball post, music department of Northwest- G.A.R., at its meeting Thursday at em university. p. m. in the community room of the city building by Mrs, B. R. Wandsnider. CIRCLE Circle B of Central Lutheran church will be entertained by Mrs. j. S. Bechter, 156 West Mark street, Wednesday at p. m. MKS. The Mrs. Jaycees will meet at St. Paul's Episcopal parish house at 3 p. m. Tuesday. JOB'S Bethel No. 8, Order of Job's Daughters, will meet at the Ma- sonic temple at p. m. Monday. Invitations CORRECT STYLES FOR THE OCCASION, BEST PAPERS, QUICK SERVICE, PRINTED FORM. 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