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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1968, Austin, Minnesota By Pat Sargent Patter a. Ann Davison four a stinites Are in Duluth this weekend for the Minnesota convention of the american Assn. Of University women. They Are mrs. Ronald Anderson mrs. Donald Rohwedder mrs. Edward Bork and mrs. Hugo Kuchenmeister. Mrs. Anderson attended a presidents workshop thursday night. Mrs. Kuchenmeister second vice president in charge of program development of the Minnesota division Board was instrumental in planning the convention. Two of the main speakers will be mrs. Leonard Campbell Northwest Central Region vice president and or. Otto Domian director of the Minnesota education �?T67 Survey. This topic will be a next Steps in Minnesota Public Liere have been workshops on legislation fellowships membership education Community problems and world problems. Mrs. Ronald Machacek is serving As area representative for education on the Minnesota Board for the 1968. 70 biennium. She a a former Austin resident and past president of the Austin Paauw Branch. Local members will meet for dinner tuesday at Holiday inn. There will be election of officers and an address by or. Anne s. Goldston on a women s role in a changing miss Carol Requa is in charge of dinner arrangements. An Austin boy just five years old was closely examining the Angl worm head just received from his dad finally he asked a How do you know which end eats a a pretty Austin girl is among the to finalists in the annual poster girl contest at Northwestern Hospital Minneapolis. She Sann Davison daughter of or. And mrs. Harold j. Davison of 3rd St. New. The contest now six years old allows students of Northwestern Hospital school of nursing to nominate to of their fellow students for the Honor and from the to two Are selected to serve As poster girls in the Hospital. Photographs of the winners Are used throughout the 400 bed Hospital to dispense information and directions for visitors and patients. Miss Davison a freshman is a graduate of Austin High school where she was Homecoming Queen. Patricia Brandt is in Dallas tex., this week As a class representative at the National Dent nurses convention. A second year student at methodist school of nursing Rochester she made the trip with other representatives wednesday and will return monday. Miss Brandt is a graduate of Austin High school and the daughter of or. And mrs. Glenn Brandt 804 9th St. So. You know How Windy it was wednesday. Well that was t h e first official ladies Day at Austin country club and Here Are two Golf stories the women insist Are True. One golfer said the wind caught hold of her bag and cart and took them so fast she had to Chase them right Down no. 7 Fairway. And another golfer said her approach shot to one Green was right next to the Hole but the wind blew the Ball away leaving her a Long impossible putt. Or. C. Phillip Hinerman pastor of Park Avenue Methodi s t Church Minneapolis will be in Austin monday night to address the Christian women a club at Holiday inn. Or. Hinerman has been engaged in preaching missions at More than 200 conferences and youth institutes. He has served As vice president of the Minneapolis ministerial Assn. His wife is the former Adara Norlander Well known gospel Singer who will be a soloist at the monday session. The program also will feature mrs. Milton scholer who operates an antique shop at Rochester. She will demonstrate restoring and repairing Antiques. Reservations May be made with mrs. Earl Fredrickson. # Nancy Schneider a Sophomore at Stout state universe i t a Menomonie wis., has been installed As a member of Alpha Omicron i social sorority. She the daughter of or. And mrs. John o. Schneider 502 6th ave. New and a graduate of Pacelli High school. At Stout Nancy is majoring in pre school and psychology and is Secretary of her pledge class. Alpha Omicron Phi is an International social sorority with 90 chapters in the . And Canada. Members participate in Campus activities such As Muoc Winter carnival and Homecoming. The teen age Republican group recently organized with mrs. Marvin Brill As sponsor adviser has been a big hit singing at recent county and District conventions. Their Best number includes lyrics by mrs. Roger Johnson Sung to the tune of a Winchester in Case you want to singalong some time this is How it goes. Rick Rock Nixon Feller you Are our Man. And if you can to do it then nobody can. We need a Winner that a what they say. You be got what it takes to win All the Way. Now everyone knows just How much that we needed you. We have to get All the votes we can. To beat hmm. Rick Rock Nixon Feller you Are our Man. And of you can to do it then nobody can. If care for some exotic touches for the meat on your menu ifs simple according to the National live Stock and meat Board. The experts suggest you add allspice to Ham Basil to beef Stew Bay Leaf for Lamb Stew. You use cinnamon with pork cd o is Cayenne Pepper with barbecued beef celery Salt or seed with neat loaf. You might add cloves to boiled Tongue Dill to grilled Lamb chops garlic to roast Lamb Mace to a veal combination such As d fricassee. But there a More. Season roast Lamb with Marjoram roast veal Austin Minn Herald saturday May la 1968 coming events monday town and country Garden club will meet for a i of clock dessert luncheon at Liebenstein Hall. Austin Floral club will meet in the afternoon at t h e Owca. Past presidents vow auxiliary will meet in the afternoon with mrs. Jess Britt 104 2nd St. Be. Austin Christian women a club will meet in the evening at Holiday inn. Lansing Grange will meet in the evening at Lansing Hall. Unity chapter Oes will meet in the evening at the masonic Hall. North american Benefit Assn. Will meet in the evening with mrs. Jess Britt 104 2nd St. Be. Tuesday Christ the King unit will meet in the morning with mrs. Laurence Mead 1106 9th ave. New. St. Francis Xavier missionary society will meet in the afternoon at St. Augustine Church dining Hall. Degree of Honor will meet in the evening at the roof Hall. St. Monica unit will meet in the evening with mrs. A. G. Patterson 606 12th ave. So. St. Anthony unit will meet in the evening with mrs. William Smith 1104 5th St. New. Wednesday our Savior a lutheran Church circles will meet As follows in the morning Mary Circle mrs. Dav i d Mcconnell 901 16th St. So. Miriam Circle mrs. Harold Bergeson 804 loth ave. New. Naomi Circle mrs. William Mallory 1802 20th St. So. In the afternoon Claudia Circle mrs. Lliel Mer Bartz Austin it. 2. Deborah Circle mrs. Erwin Johnson 202 15th St. New. Esther Circle mrs. Allen Sponberg 403 20th St. So. In the evening eve Circle mrs. Louis schuster 1106 Lith ave. So. Julia Circle mrs. Earl Zica Foose Austin it. 4. Lydia Circle mrs. Arnold Sater 909 8th ave. New. Ruth Circle mrs. Walter Moore hoi 4th ave. So. Woodbury willing workers will meet in the afternoon at our Savior a lutheran Church Lyle. General a pcs first methodist Church will meet for a 1 30 dessert luncheon at the Church Parlours. St. Olaf Circle 37 will meet in the evening with mrs. Lawrence Dewey Woodhaven. Thursday South Austin neighbourhood club will meet in the afternoon with mrs. Russell Wambeam Austin it. 2. Home study club will meet at the Home of mrs. T. L. Searles Lyle for a 1 30 dessert luncheon. St. Olaf lutheran Church circles will meet As follows in the morning Circle i mrs. B. J. Cron Well 406 4th St. So. Circle 2, mrs. Harold Kan Nady 1305 2nd St. New. Circle 3, mrs. Wayne Shiers 1109 3rd St. New. Circle 4, mrs. Clifford Wolcott 2504 5th ave. So. Circle 5, mrs. Norman sol lie 604 Lith St. So. In the afternoon Circle 6, mrs. Harold Watson 809 Lith St. New. Circle 7, mrs. Gust Speten 807 3rd ave. New. Circle 8, in the Sun room of the Church. Circle 9, mrs. Mrs. Miles Chaffee 605 5th St. New. Circle to mrs. Oris Tucker 708 3rd ave. New. Circle 12, mrs. Rachel Thomas 912 2nd ave. Be. Circle 13, Luther Hall of the Church. Recipe Roundup warm applesauce nut loaf Here a a nostalgic recipe to save for a Rainy Day. Homemade applesauce nut in of. Children trapped indoors by the rain wont complain t h a t they have nothing to do if you let them help with the mixing. In fact they May Start looking Forward to Rainy Days As a special treat. And you can bes ure do More than their share of a a helping with the eating one of the Best things about this Homey favorite is that it will stay moist for several Days so you could make More than one loaf. The butter and applesauce help keep the bread moist. What a the secret of our nut loaf besides applesauce butter together with nuggets of chopped dates and nuts and just enough cinnamon and Ginger to make it deliciously spicy. You can make your applesauce loaf with your own fresh homemade applesauce that you be stored in the Freezer for this Rainy Day. Or if homemade applesauce Isnit one of your talents buy some. It May be raining outside but its warm and sunny in the Kitchen when mom and the youngsters Are All pitching in to make applesauce nut loaf. But the Best part comes when you serve it warm with lots of butter. Applesauce nut loaf it cup i stick butter % cup sugar 2 eggs 2v� cups regular All pure o s e flour 2vz tsp. Baking powder i tsp. Salt it tsp. Baking soda it tsp. Cinnamon it tsp. Ginger in cups applesauce it cup chopped nuts it cup chopped dates in a mixing bowl Cream butter gradually add sugar and beat until Light and Fluffy. Beat in eggs one at a time. Combine flour baking powder Salt baking soda cinnamon and Ginger. Reserve a Small amount of flour mixture. Add remaining n g mixture to creamed mixture alternately with applesauce beginning and ending with dry ingredients. Toss dates and nuts in reserved flour mixture. Stir Date and nut mature into Batter. Turn into buttered 9 x 5 x 2%-i n c h loaf pan. Bake in preheated 350 degree oven 60 70 minutes. Cool in pan on wire rack to min Circle 14, mrs. Bennie Moen 806 13th ave. Be. Circle 15, Church Annex living room. Circle 16, mrs. Leo Bates 608 6th ave. Be. Circle 17, mrs. Willard Apold 501 13th ave. So. V Circle 19, mrs. Gla d y s Waters 301 Oakland ave. W. Circle 20, mrs. Harlan Sorenson 802 19th St. So. Circle 21, mrs. Russell Miller 610 10th ave. So. Circle 23, mrs. Milo Hyland Austin it. 5. Circle 25, mrs. Fred Everson jr., Austin it. I. In the evening Circle 26, Church Annex living room. Circle 27, miss Esther Baker miss Hildur Baker 310 3rd St. New. Circle 28, mrs. Bernard Hylle 1311 7th ave. New. Circle 30, mrs. Robert Higgins 1202 5th ave. Be. Circle is mrs. Harold Luecke 911 1st or. New. Circle 32, mrs. Frank Fischer 600 2nd St. Be. Circle 33, mrs. Norman hol Lerud 1801 3rd ave. Be. Circle 34, mrs. Richard Lee 2105 10th St. So. Circle 35, mrs. Harvey Tod Alen 1000 10th ave. So. Korosis class first methodist Church will meet at the Home of miss Alta Reilly 606 14th ave. So for a 6 of clock supper. Dorcas Circle our Savior a lutheran Church will meet in the evening with miss Myrtle Sellie 1502 3rd ave. So. A shape for femininity the total pretty girl image for Spring Isnit told simply with ruffles and bows by Prest o n Smoth. Designer for fab Ltd. Ile believes that shape plays the biggest role in creating a soft feminine look. His Bright yellow Rayon gabardine jacket left is wore Over a two part crepe dress with White top and Navy pleated skirt. Double crepe Black and White Center has Mas Cut skirt and shiny Patent Belt. Geometric Wool costume right is shaped to leave no doubt that it was created for the girl on the go. The twin Jacquard pattern reverses creamy Whit with Brown or Blue for the coat and the opposite for the companion dress. Date and nut App Esau c e loaf delights All Ages. Warm utes turn out of pan to Cool completely. Makes i loaf. Quickly prepared Beauty f ii i to look at delightful to eat this refrigerator dessert is a perfect Climax for a springtime dinner. A packaged mix makes the cake a As Good or better than one made laboriously a from canned pie sliced apples combined with fresh strawberries in a fluff of whipped Cream make a filling that is ind Escribas i y delicious. Topped with a Crown of Plain whipped Cream Appleberry refrigerator cake can Well be called Queen of the May. Appleberry refrigerator cake and delicious with butter apples and a Pitcher of cold milk. I package 1-lb. 1-oz. Pound cake mix i cup heavy Cream a cup sugar i cup sliced strawberries i cup drained chopped p i a sliced apples make and bake Pound cake As directed on package. Let Cool thoroughly. Cut Lengthwise into 4 even slices. Whip Cream until it Mounds softly. Add sugar gradually while continuing to beat. Measure a cup set aside. Fold strawberries and apples into remaining whipped Cream. Put cake together with fruited whipped Cream Between layers and Plain Cream on top. Chill several hours. To serve slice on the Diagonal. Makes 12 Servings. Take look at summer needs other items the solid no color suit goes into fashion limbo. If you read the resort signals accurately. Now its the patterned suit a bold dynamic Clear Cut. The plaids windowpanes and stripes make the kind of fashion statement that gives the summer suit excitement. The resort see n e shows up a fresh series of patterns. The larger Glen plaid now gets a Crisp overlay of a windowpane in color. Big for Spring the fitted 2-Button single breasted with wider lapels. Balanced and wider shoulders. Higher armholes length. For a quickly made supper a dish Arange alternate layers of sliced hard cooked eggs and asparagus tips in a buttered baking dish. Pour Well seasoned White sauce Over All top with buttered bread crumbs an <1 and a longer Brown under Low broiler neat. Ann Landers her sneezing does no to bring his Blessing with mint Swiss Steak with oregano Lamb Stew with Parsley flakes Lamb loaf with Rosemary and cold roast beef with Sage. And tarragon added to a marinade is Ideal for both Lamb and beef. One of two National officers of Delta Zeta sorority present at Colorado state Day recently was miss sue Hastings lower right daughter of or. And mrs. H. R. Hastings 305 20th St. So. Miss Hastings is editor of a the lamp a National Magazine of Delta Zeta. She was a luncheon speaker at the annual conference at Colorado state University. She a pictured with other speakers inspecting a press Book of clippings. Dear Ann Landers i was raised in a family that blesses sneezes. This is More than just superstition it is a kindly gesture of wishing one Well. The Man i am going with is considerate in Many ways but when i sneeze Claude lever says anything although i always say a god bless you when he sneezes. A few weeks ago i mentioned this to him and he gave me a look of disgust and sighed a such nonsense but ill try to he remembered exactly once and has not said it since. Last night i sneezed four times in a Row. I said a Claude i he answered a do you need a handkerchief a please Tell me Why he is so stubborn what do you suggest i do about it a Kerchof and a blessed dear Kerchof Claude is not stubborn he was just not raised to be a gesundheit. My advice is to give up. Continue to bless him when he sneezes and Settle for the blessings you get from the members of your family who were raised in the tradition. Dear Ann Landers where does Devotion end and bad taste begin a group of us were discussing an item which appeared in the Oneida daily dispatch recently and we were split right Down the Middle. The worn e n thought it was Lovely. The men thought it was terrible. Here is the item which appear-1 de under a a personals in the classified Section of the newspaper a my wife Betty l. Having shared my bed and Board having Given me two Lovely daughters and put up with me for the past 14 years i will continue to be responsible for her debts for at least 14 More years. A Paul a. what is your opinion Ann Oneida n. Y. Inquirers dear in i see nothing offensive about the and although its a bit ungrammatical. In a sure Paul accomplished what he had set out to do a to Surprise Betty one would assume however and or no and that a couple who had been living together for 14 years were sharing bed and Board and that Paul has been paying the Bills and intends to keep on paying them. Dear Ann Landers when i was 14 i made a big mistake with an older boy. Fortunately i did not get pregnant. I read in your column recently where you said a girl should not Tell her Fiance about such things. I Hope you will not think i am dumb but i would like to know if my Fiance will know about my mistake even if i done to Tell him. I Hope you catch on to what i am talking about. Thank you for your answer. A sixteen but not so Sweet dear not so yes i catch on and the answer is probably not. Sometimes a girl who is totally inexperienced needs to undergo minor surgery but this is rare. In most instances there is no physical evidence of virginity. Confidential to hoping and praying your erstwhile desire that the Stork would break a leg and not keep his Date is a rather Bleak one at this late Date. If you will Send me a self addressed stamped envelope and Tell me your religion i will recommend a Home for unwed mothers. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problem. Send them to her in care of the Austin daily Herald enclosing a stamped self. Addressed envelope. Of you re out of sour Cream a Little Buttermilk on baked potatoes is an excellent substitute. The relaxed suit holds its own in �?T68. Mature concepts in coordination for the office. Goes sortie on weekends. The surge to double breasted blazers will continue. Tile country coat makes it to town. The details most Likely to succeed Are belts a shape a big collars a big pockets. In in Many combinations of leather and Tweed. Under Riding it All color. If you have a tendency to overstuff your handbag empty it frequently and sort your collection. Repeated Over stuffing will change the shape of the bag weaken the fastenings and May break the seams. When the outside needs cleaning follow the recommended methods. Soft Cottons a for fullness without bulk a Viole and dotted Swiss Lawn Batiste Oxford chambray Broadcloth. An easy Way to Iron ribbons an laces is to Wash rinse and while dripping wet smooth them around a Large dote or Jar. The same principle works for hankies too. Just smooth on to the Mirror window Glass or bathroom tile. News deadlines women s pages information on events occurring in Austin should be received at the Herald by 8 30 . The Day following but will be accepted until 9 30 . The second Day. A third Day is allowed for events outside of the City. Wedding information should be received in Advance of the ceremony or by 9 30 . The Day following. After that time the information will be somewhat condensed and after a week Only announcements will be published. Wedding pictures a must be received within 12 Days after the ceremony. Monday Al 4 50 . Or. Myron Boyd Kaus to inspiring nationally known spiritual Leader opens Quot Mission for Christ Quot tuesday at Bethlehem free methodist Church. Flowe Rama of America make Mother s Day Complete with Lovely Here a a simple Way to make devised eggs. Add a cup crumbled Blue cheese a cup Dairy sour Cream and a Tespo o n vinegar to the Yolks of six hard cooked eggs. St. Olaf lutheran Church May 12 pastors Arthur l. Swenson Harvey w. Johnson Ronald f. Pechauer Harold e. Luecke j. O. Jovag. Services 8 10, 9 25 and 10 45 . The 10 45 . Service is broadcast Over radio station Kaus. Sermon 8 10 . A a a the breath of life 9 25 and 10 45 a a. A a is it Well with our Homes a graduation watches Are traditional Over 300 to choose from at Roger a 129 n. Main this week. Thursday Friday saturday Only Geranium special sunday Tate Mother out serving sunday. In the Robin Hood roast round of beef Southern Fried Chicken baked Quot cure 81&Quot Ham includes salad potato vegetable beverage ice Cream or sherbet per person $050 2 children under 12 for or 39c each Mother s Garden assortment of colourful Flowers made up especially for Mother potted mums and Rose Bushes Complete line of vegetable and bearing plants largest outlay in so. Minnesota these Are All of the highest top Quality Flowers available and All brought to you by Flowe Rama of America South main St. A Austin a next to new Piggy wiggly hours a 9 . To 9 . Daily inc. Sunday

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