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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1955, Austin, Minnesota Miss Genevieve i hit Brid a party thursday afternoon and her nine guests were children who receive their school instruction at Home because physical handicaps keep them from at tending regular classes it was a Lawn party at miss Quiggi it Home 405 n. Greenwich and although the wind was hard on the balloons the children enjoyed every minute of the afternoon mrs. Florence Wright another teacher assisted the hostess and Marilyn Swain who received Home instruction until a year ago arranged for entertainment in which All the youngsters could participate there were cookies and ice Cream among the refreshments and because one child is not permitted to eat anything containing White sugar. Miss Quigg made Brown sugar cookies most of the children were brought to the party by their parents but transportation for one guest was provided by a Kiwas club member. A a the general federation of women clubs has a ked the presidents of its member clubs to help in an Appeal for careful Holiday driving and mrs. George Wood Floral club president started earlier this week according to a fwd plan the president rails four members to urge careful driving Over the weekend each of four then Calls four other persons with the ame Appeal they then Call four other and so on until the Chain of Calls reaches millions in a plea for Safe driving Midsummer hair fashions whether for sport or travel for town Wear or country will feature the fluid Freedom and soft undulating Waves of the versatile american coiffure says the National hairdressers and cosmetologists association hair stylists add that the length of hair will remain Short Well above the Collar line. At a length known As the kissable neckline. Supposedly for travel Sporis or any other place you re going. Is the vacation Vignette shown at the left while a Harmony of Crescent Waves and gleaming Crown reflect the magic touch of Moonlight in the style for summer evening Wear at the right named Moonlight magic a a columnist named Mike Morgan who writes for the Tampa times in Florida offered advice to new fathers in a recent column the suggestions included be sure that the first word the child Speaks is this will endear you to the wife. And it follows naturally that mama will be the one ordered out of bed several times nightly. Not papa. Of asked to change a diaper pin it up the wrong Way and scatter powder and lotions All Over the Rug mama will soon take Over. Don t walk the child get a Good comfortable rocking Chan and you can catch a few winks while rocking the baby to sleep. Encourage the grandparents to spoil the child then if you want to go out for an evening you can Call them and argue baby just won t behave for anybody hut you so will you watch him tonight Quot no grandparents can relist Uch a plea in in a mrs Charies a Wilkins. 1005 n sixth is Back in Austin after a two month trip to Europe she was accompanied by her sister miss Christine Hyslop Seattle. Wash. They visited England. Holland Belgium. Germany Switzerland Italy and France. In Brussel they spent a sunday with or. And mrs. Sheldon Vance or Vance who is with the american counsel there is the son of or hell n Vance 1010 n. Fifth. A # an informal reception has been planned in Honor of Ann Heidenreich German Exchange student All of Anns friends in the Austin area Are invited to attend the reception from 2 30 to 3 30 p m sunday at Sterling Christian Church. She will leave tuesday for her Home in Germany Atter spending a year with the w. K Evans family 301 Park a a or and mrs Walter Neuman former Austin residents Are residing on the Southwest Shore of Lake Marion near Farmington and according to a recent article in the Dakota county Tribune a have what the average retiring couple Hope for a Small richly producing farm and a Lovely or. Nomman a retired Austin mail Carrier and his wife sold their Home six years ago and purchased their present place. They remodeler the House inside and out installing a fireplace with built in Book Shelve on each Side a picture window overlooking the Lake a try it Eway and garage. They did much of the work themselves. The place consists of eight acres on which they raise vegetables of All kinds also various fruit Trees raspberries and strawberries which they Market in season. The neumans also have a Large flock of White leghorn hens and a cow which keep them to Usy. The Tribune quoted or Neuman As saying. A anyone can do a we did Juit find the place you like and then give it the works Quot eur Church class honors Leo Meyer the adult sunday school a of Sargeant Eib Church met at the Home of mrs Lillian Heydt thursday evening for a a Urpse party honouring Leo Meyer on his 80th birthday. More than 30 member Ang a Happy birthday fur the former class teacher and presented him with cards. Mrs. Arthur spark inducted a business session when it was voted to set up a three year project with a fund to Aid in the Hospital drive. Mrs. Floyd Jones led in devotions and the ref. Theodore sni Der offered prayer. The program included a read my by mrs Raymond Kartell and contests led by mrs Miner and mrs. Jones. Lunch including two birthday cakes with lighted can Dies was served by the hostess although Corn yields in Indiana continue to increase Farmers oui Tate their Corn crops about half As Many times As they did 20 year ago says a Purdue univer my scientist Bishop Keller to sail for Home july i 3 Rome the it Rev Stephen Keeler Bishop of the Minnesota diocese of the episcopal Church plans to leave for Home july 13 he has been in a Hospital Here with a heart ailment for nearly two months the 68-year-old Bishop s physician or. Giorgio Mattoli said he will sail for new York on the italian Steamer Conte Biancamano. A the is much unproved. He sap Parentis All right now a a the heart specialist said. A the had been quite Bishop Keeler a admitted to Rome s International Salvatore Mundi Hospital May 9. Planning to serve creamed shrimp with Green peas use the cooking liquid from the peas and some of the Stock the shrimp was cooked in for the sauce. The peas. Of course should be cooked in a mall amount of water so there won t be much liquid in the pan when they Are done. The shrimp Stock should have Hay Leaf a Clove j a few Peppercorns some celery leaves and Salt. 4 Austin daily Herald saturday july 2, 1955 Rochelle Anderson Jar Maine Peterson Exchange vows miss Rochelle Anderson Haugh 1 ter of or and mrs Marshall Anderson. 310 w. Allegheny. Became the Bride of Jar Maine Peterson. Son of or and mrs. Elvin Rolfson Dexter. Tuesday at Grace lutheran Church the Rev s m be Heitmueller performed the ceremony at 6 30 p in. Leonard less played the no Pital music. The Bride was attired in a Pink Nylon Princess styled dress and carried a White Bible with roses and streamers of White Sweet pea. Her attendant was miss Patricia Anderson who wore a dress of Orchid organdy and carried a i bouquet of yellow roses and carnations James Tetiker Dexter attended the Groom As Host in an. Mrs Anderson was attired in a Lavender Nylon dres with a Cor Sage of Pink carnations and the Groom s Mother wore a Light Blue suit and Corsage of red and White carnations. Supper was served at the Anderson Home following the Jeanette Paulson was in charge of the gifts and miss Shirley Burt the guest Book after a trip to Northern Minnesota. Or and mrs. Peterson will he at Home in Dexter for travel. The Bride chose a Navy Blue dress with White accessories coming events j monday tops it Lub will meet in the evening with mrs. Clifford Wal Burn 1304 Euclid. Tuesday Kaui for Ink Tek a with a unit will meet in Todd Park in the morning ban will meet in the evening with mrs Edyna Perry 419 e Mill. Eagles auxiliary v ill meet in the evening at the of. Hall wednesday our Savior lutheran Guild will meet in the evening at the Church thursday Lansing a Sis will meet in the Parish Hall before a i o clock picnic at Todd Park. London ban will meet in the afternoon with mrs John Magee 611 n. First St lutheran missionary Guild will meet in the afternoon at the Church Parlours. Women s missionary Council Assembly of god. Will meet in the afternoon with mrs John Gross. Hayfield. La to b of it will meet in the evening at the pc Hall. St clares unit will meet in the evening with mrs Vernon her Ling 1007 Baldwin outdoor cookery is club lesson a lesson on outdoor cookery was presented by the pleasant View Home project club thursday afternoon at Todd Park. The food was prepared Over the open fire mrs. Maurice Eblen and mrs Harry Eblen were leaders thirteen members and one guest were present. Mrs. Maurice Eblen conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Eblen was re elected chairman and or j Ivar Johnson was elected seere tary treasurer. Members were enrolled for the coming year. Heat a ran of pork and Beans in Tomato sauce the i Pound size. Meanwhile split and Broil frankfurters and Frankfurter Rolls. Butter the Cut surfaces of the Rolls and spread with a Good prepared Mustard. Now ladle the hot Beans into the Rolls top with the hot frankfurters and Call the gang reside in Virginia or. And mrs. Calvin g. Drake will make their Home in Norfolk where the Groom is stationed with the Navy. They were married sunday june 26. At Little Cedar lutheran Church. Adams. The Bride the Lormer Constance Anderson is the daughter of or and mrs. Ernest Anderson Adams and the Groom s parents Are or. And mrs. George Drake. Dexter. Candid by Hockett it trip to Wisconsin a or. And mrs. Darrell Giles will make thur Home in Charles City Iowa after a trip to the Wisconsin dells. The Bride is the former Shirley Barber of Austin daughter of the late or. And mrs. Vern w. Barber and the Groom is the son of or. And mrs. Lester Giles Minneapolis. The wedding took place sunday at the methodist Church. Portrait by Hockett i mrs. George Peters entertains unit or. George Peters entertained the Woodbury Home Extension i n it thursday afternoon. Twelve members and one guest were pre sent mrs Raymond Farrell conducted the business meeting. Plans were made for a picnic in july. Mrs. Orville pern Brook and mrs Peters were in charge of the social hour and refreshments were serv of. Haze Goetsch Harold Wollenburg wed in Waltham mrs. Hazel Goetsch and Harold Wollenburg were married at 2 p. In. Thursday of Trinity lutheran Church in Waltham. The Rev. Freidrich officiated at the double ring ceremony and the nuptial music was played by mrs. Freidrich. The Bride was attired in a dress of Green voile with White accessories and a Corsage of yellow roses. Or. And mrs Robert e. Gleason. Son in Law and daughter of the Bride attended the couple. Mrs. Gleason wore a Black and White Linen dress with White accessories and a Corsage of yellow roses. Following the ceremony dinner was served at the old Mill. Or. And mrs. Wollenburg left on a trip through Northern Minnesota after which they will reside in Brownsdale Florence Myhre becomes Bride of Olaf Golberg miss Florence Marie Myhre. Daughter of or. And mrs. Conrad Myhre. Lyle and pvt. Olaf r. Golberg son of or. And mrs. Iris Golberg Lyle were married Mon Day. The double nne ceremony was performed by chaplain Captain Morris s. Roe at Chapel no 3, Camp Chaffee Ark. J miss Audrey Bridgeman Austin. Was maid of Honor and neb r Golberg Lyle Bestman. Pvt. Golberg is taking his Hasic training with company a. 4fith armoured infantry battalion fifth armoured division Cradle Roll theme of Aid program a Cradle Roll program was presented the Little Cedar lutheran ladies Aid wednesday at the Church Parlours in Adam i mrs Bernard Halver announce cd a hymn Sung by nine children a Reading on the alaskan i Mission by mrs Halver a song by Diane Lunde and a the life of Helen Frost Quot reviewed by mrs Halver Cradle Roll certificates were pre i seated Dennis ovum Mark Young Barbara Hanson Karen Hansen John Lunde William Hanson. John Witte Grant Llingson Juliu Monson. Charlotte Severson Steven grim. Douglas Hill. Douglas Man son and Pamela Wiste. Mrs Genevieve Knapp reported on new Hooks purchased for the Library new members welcomed to the Aid Wen mrs Joel l Iven. Miss Sophia elven mrs Lowell Christianson mrs Richard Barrows and mrs Larson. After reports on the District con i mention by mrs Wallace Johnson i and mrs b j Hukee the offer my meditation was led he mrs Halver and the Rev m l. Witte gave the Benediction hostesses were mrs Elmer Schwerin mrs Clara Torger on. And mrs b j. Hukee the offer Shurson. Mrs Ben Sorenson and miss Elizabeth Slimmer youth 17, shot after Chicago gang fight Chicago us a a 17-year-old ia8 less Ryor Al 2 youth was shot and killed last night in what police believe a a neighbourhood gang Hattje the victim Kenneth Sleboda. Died of a Chest wound in a clans office. He was hit by a Bullet fired from one of three Auto mobiles which then sped away. Police it. Edward of Malley said the shooting followed an earlier clash last night Between two rival gangs on the South Side in which one gang Mem Ever was beaten with a wrench. He said three car loads of youths returned in ears to avenge the beating. Recipe round up now at no extra Cost dated jumbo prints in snap Pale album. Snap Pak prints now you can get snap Pak Quot dated Quot Alt prints at no extra Cost plus Fine develop Cid printing. Leave your next film Here now at Home or. And mrs. Ward Bergene who were married sunday july 19, Are now at Home in Adams. The wedding took place at Hayward lutheran Church. The Bride is the former Lois Huemoeller. Daughter of or. And mrs. Walter Huemoeller Austin and the Groom is the son of or. And mrs. Oscar Bergene Adams. Candid by Judd studio a every print guaranteed a Economy prices a fast service wolds drug store camera counter main at Bridge a Cool sounding recipe is this week s prize Winner. Its fruit sherbet a recipe sent in by mrs. Marvin Brekke Austin it. 4 fruit sherbet a cup crushed fruit to cup Lemon juice s 4 cup sugar 1 tsp. Gelatin 2 Tbs. Cold water a cup whipping Cream i egg Yolk lightly beaten 1 egg White beaten stiff mix fruit Lemon juice and sugar. Let stand until syrup forms. Soften Gelatin in water and dissolve in hot water. Add fruit to mixture. Stir in slowly. Pour into freezing tray. Freeze i hour. Whip until stiff. Fold in egg Yolk and egg White. Boat partially Frozen mixture in a chilled howl with a rotary beater until creamy and Frothy. Fold in whipped Cream mixture return to tray freeze until firm stirring occasionally. Freeze 3 to 4 hours. Makes 6 Servings i quart. A of in answer to last week s request for a Graham Cracker pie recipe this one arrived. Graham Cracker i 18 Graham crackers rolled Fine a a cup sugar a a cup melted butter mix together and line pie t i n save of crumbs for Topping. Filling 2 cups milk u cup sugar 3 egg Yolks 2 Tbs corns an h mix egg Volks and cornstarch personal notes William Weber left Friday morn my for los Angeles after \ siting relatives and friends at Austin and my int ire or and or Frederick Stevens and family it Garfield returned Friday after a vacation trip to St Augustine Fla mrs. Francis a Fourek. Brow Dale has a fractured Arm. So is staying with her son Hay Atour cd 514 Ridden while under a doctor s care or and mrs. Howard Borchardt f it it Dodge. Iowa Are the Parent of a daughter born june 30 mrs Borchardt i the former Janet Smith daughter of or and mrs Ray Smith. 810 Lynda in. To mrs Horace Smethy or John Soli Austin of 4. And or Jacob Broulik visited patients of the Mayo clinic in Rochester Thor Day. Mrs Soli visited her Natl Paul at St Mary s Hospital and mrs. Smeby and mrs Broulik vis it Jacob Broulik at that amp Bell hotel or and mrs George Schul and family have returned to Renton. Wash after visiting mrs Schutts Mother or Ida Aren 3ti2 s main and other relatives or and mrs Ray King and it it Nicom pained by or. And or Lonnie Mckee and daughter have left for their Homes in san Leandro. Cal fatter visiting mrs King s Mother. Mrs Arett and or King s Mother mrs Sadie Kin 307 s main also other relatives �?0- out of town guest at the Anni verdant party honouring Nir. And mrs b c beat were or and mrs Frank Haugum or and or Peter Francone Pacoma Calif or. And mrs Fred Kline. Mrs Michael Graf Ames. Iowa mrs. Peter Graf or. And mrs. Phillip Giesen. Calmar. Iowa. Or and mrs. William Giesen minnea let Olis or and mrs Albert Ber Natz and family or and mrs. Frank Bernatz Decorah Iowa. Or. And mrs Gerald beat. Chat mid. Or and mrs. Floyd Peter son Kasson. Lake s Huron and Michigan Are More than 21 feet lower than i Ake Superior. By Nancy Nahnsen and add to hot milk. Let Cook until thick. Add i tsp. Vanilla. Pour carefully into pie tin. Beat egg Whites and put on filling. Sprinkle remaining crumbs Over top and bake in a hot oven 15 minutes. Cream fillings such As butterscotch chocolate banana and Lemon May he used. Or c. J. K. Austin Here a neat recipe for you. Barbecued pork chops with peach 4 pork chops u cup Chili sauce 3 Tbs. Lemon juice i it Tbs. Brown sugar i Tbs. Grated onion i tsp. Prepared Mustard a to tsp. Salt a a tsp. Worcestershire saute u tsp Chili powder one third cup water 4 canned cling peach halve 8 whole cloves Brown pork chops on both sides in a Little hot fat. Combine Chili sauce Lemon juice Brown Augar onion Mustard Salt Worcestershire sauce Chili powder and water and pour Over chops. Cover closely and Cook Over Low heat 45 minutes to an hour or until tender. Turn once during cooking. Stud each peach half with 2 Clove place heavies around chops spoon some of the Barbecue sauce Over them cover and Cook to minutes longer to heat peaches thoroughly. Spoon off fat in pan and serve chops and peaches with sauce poured Over them 4 Servings. To. If Vou Pun to can raspberries you la be interested in this recipe. Canned red raspberries Wash and Stem berries. Pack in Gla Jar make a syrup of 2 cup water and i cup sugar. Bring to a us in and pour Over berries to within Inch of the top of the Jar. Put on lid Ami Seal. Set jars in hot water hath and process for 20 minutes remove from water do not tighten screw hands and do not turn upside Down mrs a k Austin a re Are a couple of salad fires Ings which May please your family. Pacific dressing i tsp grated Orange Peel i 3-oz package Cream cheese 3 tit Orange juice 1 to Lemon juice 2 tsp sugar a tap Salt band Orange Peel into softened Cream cheese add remaining ingredient serve with lettuce and fresh fruit combination Green goddess dressing Combine i cup Mayonnaise i Clove garlic minced 3 chopped an Chovie. U cup chopped Parsley i Tbs fresh Lemon juice. 1 Tbs tarragon vinegar i. Tsp Salt and Cora in ground Mack Pepper to taste blend Well then fold in i cup sour Ream whipped tear lettuce into bite sized pieces or rut in wedges and serve with a generous amount of the dry ing a even though thi i vacation time wont it us take a minute or two of your time to Send us a couple of recipe a sign your full name and address but Well print Only the initials if you wish. A prize is awarded for one recipe each week and the Winner must atop at the Herald office to receive her gift St. Olaf lutheran Church sunday july 3rd 8 of a. M a lofty service the holy Cem Nufim 9 of a my sunday school it go out i i in Csuros atom it it to of a. M a worship service. Potter net a�4 tag am toll a Rem to i la Tor a tonal Yew people t Luther league con tin vhf tic met a san Tran our to to of a m Terv Tco t broadcast Over Oroon Kaus Tram id Iota too a a Sirmon Thim convention in hoist Smith shoe co. Closed until noon tuesday. July 5th to prepare for Smiths big summer clearance shoe ale starts tuesday at noon men s a women s children s summer shoes Al greatly reduced prices

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