The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on November 29, 1958 · Page 2
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Saturday, November 29, 1958
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VITAL STATISTICS 2 AUSTIN (Minn.) HERAID Saturday, Nov. 29, 1958| - llrtht 2 At St. OfcAP HOSPTTAL pr, and Mrs. Mllo Hyltml, Aits- Mt-ftt, 8, daughter, Nov. 2*. ftf. ind Mm. Richard Woods, Mf Motto*, daughter, Nov. 28. * OUT8n>« ,0f AUSTIN ftr, and Mrs. .terome Schneider, Grind Meadow, twin dnxighters, Nfor, 26, at St. ,Marys Hospital, R&hester. Mr. end Mrs. Mark Jones. Al- | stayed one year; failure to yield Kerr officiating. Interment will be ri * ht of Wft y» license suspended in Grand View Memorial Oar- dens. Friends may call at the Jordan Mortuary until 2 p.m. Saturday and at the church until the time of service. The family prefers memorials. Funeral services for Hans P. Nelson, formerly of Lyle, will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Worlein Funeral Home, the Rev. 15 days, stayed one year. John H. Kuhn, 15, Austin Rt. 1, speeding, license suspended 30 days, stayed six months. Gary E. Thies, 17, LeRoy, speeding, license suspended 15 days, suspended. v dnghterNw.a,ai Arthur Ll Sw enson officiating. In- terment wil1 Naeve Hospital, Albert Lea. She is-the former Beverly Thompson otfcusHn. Nov. thanks and apprec , aUon to my re ]. •iT ?, u ». forn » w ' wvlr BinJa a tives and friends for their cards, Fielding, daughter of Mrs. Mae letterS) 8itts and vislls whlte l was Ftalding, Austin. a patient at st _ Ola{ Hospital. Spe- Mr. and MM. Roger Wilder, St. cial thanks to the Priests, also to •lLjh_A.A !"*••.• ^^..^.1^ fc_^. %» ___ ***»»»• Dr. Nesse and all the nurses. Donna Nuzum. I wish to thank all my relatives and friends for all the cards and gifts I received while I was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. I also wish to thank the priests of Queen of Angels and St. Augustine and all the nurses, nurses aids and the Ansgar, Iowa, daughter, Nov. 24, nQvtemorial Hospital, Osage. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence During, Otranto, Iowa, son, Nov. 23, at Memorial Hospital, Osage. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson, Blooming Prairie, son, Nov. 21, at , City Hospital, Owatonna. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Engle, Hayfield, son, at Nielsen Maternity Hotne, Rayfield. Marriage Licenses Daniel Meyer, Waltham, and Marilyn A. Grant, 1209 W. Bridge. Deaths HANS P. NELSON P. Nelson, 74, died Friday night at the Jacob Rest Home following a long illness. He was a farmer Lyle resident. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon. * FRED FESENMEYER Fred Fesenmeyer, 84, retired Riceville, Iowa, farmer, died Wednesday at Chlco, Calif., where be made his home. He is survived by his son, Lynn, Riceville; a daughter, Mrs. Erwin Evanson, Riceville, and another daughter who lives in Chico. the body will be returned to Riceville where services will be held Tuesday. -' Funerals Euneral services for Mrs. Ora M(g>re, 1006 S. Eighth, will be held atr-8:30 p.m. Saturday at Sterling ClJBstian Church, the Rev. John Cord of Thanks to my sincere ROCKET <Continucd from Page 1) General Dynamics Corp.—builder of the Atlas—reported that the 100-ton missile flew the intercontinental range. If so, this was the long-awaited climax of a test program that started in June 1957, when the first Atlas blew up scon after launching. The Atlas fired Friday night was the 15th test vehicle in the series. The first eight used only the twin-chambered booster engine in the tail. Four of these flew successfully over 600-mile ranges. The others exploded in tests of guidance and strength. Booster Engine Since then, Atlas missiles have Gray Ladies who were so nice to been powered by the booster en me. Your kindness will always be remembered. Jake Haffner. I wish to thank my relatives, ....... „ „, vucac , friends, neighbors St Olaf Circle ere d Atlases blew up 45 seconds No. 19 and Club Auxihary for vis- after .launching. The next three ;ine, a sustainer engine and two Vernier engines mounted to the Miter shell to control the roll of the 85-foot long weapon. The first of these fully pow gifts sent to me while I was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Special QeW to Paulus, Dr. Van Cleve, first floor nurses, nurses aids and Gray Ladies. Your kindnesses will always be remembered. Mrs. Louis Dalqulst. I wish to express my sincere thanks to all my relatives, friends and neighbors for the many prayers, cards, gifts and visits received while I was a patient the hospital at Rochester. I espec •anges. The next —• the first one aimed at intercontinental range— Another performed well over a ,000-mile range, setting the stage or Friday night's second attempt to send an Atlas all the way. 360,000 Pounds The booster and the sustainer aigine build up 360,000 pounds of before the Atlas is . yigiL, j "Ora its launching pad. This fig- a car struck a pole along Grand patient in ure — freo . uentl y used in news re- iAvenue ' Pl" n g ed in t° the ditch and r I esuec- ports m the P"t-was confirmed then hit a culvert. roe uospiiai n nocnester. I espec- *,_ , „ . .-—•—•.«» UMUUWCU ially want to thank those who help- ° m cl*Uy far «>e first time Friday _j .L !.._. Lit- * — )V the RnMrAtrlvriA Tti*»lalf*M -f ed at home white I was gone. Spe- ° y :° e R<x*etdyne Division of cial thanks to Father Coleman and Norttl American Aviation, devel- Dr. Sheedy. It was all very much oper of tne AUas propulsion sys- ___—• _!_.&_. J J*1Trt . appreciated. Edward Kraus. tern. After exhausting In Memoriam booster drops away. The sustainer engine takes the Atlas on up to TGr wife, Mrs. away one an altitude of 800 miles and leased. AN INSURED ACCOUNT HOME FEDERAL SAYINGS ft LOAN : ASSOCIATION North Main Strttt year ago today, November 29,1957. Although it is hard to understand, Why loved ones have to part. And though it's very hard to bear, . The sorrow In our heart. Still,;God has helped to comfort us', And let us know some way, His deep unspoken love and care, That comes to us each day. Sadly missed by Theo. Green. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Green and Family. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Green and Family. In memory of Mrs. Mary Wendell Weiss who passed away one year ago today, Nov. 29. Gone is the face we loved so dear, Silent is the voice we loved to hear; Too far away for sight or speech, But not too far for thoughts to reach. Sweet to remember her who once was here, And who, though absent, is just as dear. Sadly missed by her Children. Municipal Court Stephen Wright, 305 Elm Tree Road, no dog license, $10 of which $5 was suspended. Gladys Nyberg, 2007 E. Water no dog license, $10. Juvenile Traffic Karl Swan Benson, 16, 804 S Railway, making an improper turn, license suspended 15 days - • -- —»--- »-»..,,», AWC uwubiu iaiacu Avjiiuiuauba a . **iuunuciijuC( hour before it cuts off and highway traffic toll for the year j Atlanta, clear arops away with the main rocket i to 640, up 20 from this date a year' ~' " " »dy, to be consumed by friction' ago. head in the plunge back into the! atmosphere. The silvertipped nose cone, capable of housing a nuclear warhead, then flies on to the impact area. ,. . AWUli^.UAVkJ, J^CUUICU & \flf / ™~ f\ tnat our own difficulties are not local businessman contends that .MAYER •KB 1*4 over 3,000-mile Stamps in the News By SYD KRONlSft It's a little early, but Australia has just issued two new postage stamps designed to emphasize the spiritual mas. Laundry Man's Suspicion Ends as Taxi Smashes Into Window significance of Christ' Both stamps, the 3tt pence red and the 4 pence purple, have the same design of the Nativity scene. They are the same size as the current 2 shilling stamp. Both adhesives are being placed on sale now to permit'their use on surface Christmas mall to other countries. To mark the 40th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice ending World War I, France has KANSAS CITY (AP)—Two men '{got into a mixup Friday, police said, because each thought the other was going to rob him. Robert Young, 83, carrying a sizable amount of money, returned to his cleaning end laundry shop in a cab. When the cabbie inadvertently drove past Ihe shop Young be- came alarmed and* pulled out a pistol, holding it beside his leg. He told the driver, William Frazier, 23, to back up. Frailer saw the* gun. Me lost control and the cab crashed into Young's shop. / Young, in the excitement, accidentally shot himself in the thigh. He was treated for 1 a flesh wound. 3 Men Hunted in Robbery of Liquor Store AMBOY, Minn. (AP)-A wide„ ....._ , spread search was under way to- issued a new 15 franc stamp. The a y for three men who broke into design features the helmet of a French soldier atop a wooden military cross in a field of wheat. CONTRAST — This group of sun drenched lovelies at St. Petersburg, Fla., compare current editions headlining northern cold with oversized thermometer registering local temperature. (Seated) : Barbara Van Buren and Mary Duffett. (Standing) : Barbara Kennedy, Judy Sharon, Nelah Harper and Jeanne Van Buren. Girls took time out from a session of City Recreation Dept. Charm School, a school designed to provide models for just such situations. Newspapers in picture, The Evening Independent, gives away its entire city edition each day sun fails to shine. (AP Wirephoto) 2 Men Killed as Car Strikes Pole in Duluth DULUTH, Minn. (AP) - Two men were killed early today when a car struck a pole along Grand its fuel, the Dead were Waino R. Salminen, 36, Duluth, and Warren J. Lawrence, 28, of Alborn, near Duluth. Three other men in the car were injured, but only one, Bruce Tyacke, Duluth, was hospitalized. He suffered a back injury. The other two were treated and re- **'** UP *° 16 '°°° miles The deaths raised Minnesota's TEMPERATURES Alexandria Bemidji Intl Falls Redwood Falls Rochester St. Cloud Duluth La Crosse Madison Mason City Minot Fargo Rapid City Calgary Edmonton Regina Winnipeg The Pas Albany, clear Anchorage, cloudy Albuquerque, clear Hi Lo Pep 12 -12 T 3 -22 0 -20 T -1 2 •7 -13 5 16 11 -15 •15 27 22 23 21 15 11 21 25 22 10 10 45 37 22 4 0 -1 .03 .01 16 -8 -26 -24 .05 .01 .13 NIXON (Cntinued trom Page 1) discounted by his countrymen. Among results of the Nixon tour Is that many responsible Britons gained an impression from his public and private statements that t h e Washington administration "has learned a lot about the international facts of life," said the Conservative Daily Mail. "The U.S. administration realizes that it is not sufficient just to provide great sums of economic aid to underdeveloped countries and to expect their friendship to follow automatically," said the Mail. Politicians — both Conservative and Socialist—seemed impressed with Nixon's air of sincerity whether he was talking about major international issues or his own political views. KILLER (Continued from Page 1) in the Raw River, he added. Young Andrews telephoned the sheriff's office to tell of the killings. He was waiting for officers when they arrived after midnight. Gilhaus said Andrews had signed a statement about the slayings. He was jailed pending the filing of formal charges. Riceville Street Decorations Aglow RICEVILL.E Iowa — Christmas street decorations in Riceville's business district are in place and aglow with cheer and plans have been completed for a home lighting contest. The contest will be sponsored by the lave and Learn Club with $10 in prizes to the top three win ners. Judging is Dec. 19. He Gets Drunk Long After He Quits Drinking RANDERS, Denmark (AP) — A he's a delayed action drunk because of a stomach operation. "When I drink I'm like a time bomb," he told a Banders court today. "Since doctors removed the greater part of my stomach, I don't get drunk like other people. I am sober when others in the party are loading up, and I get drunk while the others have hangovers." A sobriety test taken hours after the man was involved in a traffic accident showed a high percentage of alcohol in his blood. He said he felt intoxicated at the time of the test but that he was sober when he drive his car — because of the reduced stomach. Doctors said he may have a point. The judge postponed court action until next week. Air Cadets, Parents to Attend Dinner A pot luck supper for Austin Civil Air Patrol cadets and their parents with members of the state organization as guests will be held at the Austin Armory at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. CAP officials hope the parents become better acquainted with the Bismarck, cloudy Boston, cloudy Buffalo, cloudy Chicago, cloudy Cleveland, clear Denver, clear Des Moines, cloudy Detroit, cloudy Fort Worth, cloudy Helena, cloudy Indianapolis, cloudy Kansas City, clear Los Angeles, clear Louisville, clear Memphis, clear Miami, clear Milwaukee, cloudy Mpls.-St. Paul, clear New Orleans, clear New York, clear Oklahoma City, clear Omaha, clea Philadelphia, clear Phoenix, clear Pittsburgh, snow 23 25 27 -5 38 1.00 .70 .03 .05 .36 34 27 1.25 33 44 50 16 43 29 21 25 19 28 15 50 24 28 19 27 18 .18 41 M M 22 10 56 24 56 14 22 75 15 27 27 31 76 30 34 88 27 .53 Portland, Me., cloudy 53 35 1.83 Portland, Ore,, cloudy Rapid City, cloudy Richmond, clear Salt Lake City, clear San Diego, cloudy $an Francisco, clear Seattle, cloudy Washington, cloudy (M — Missing) 19 73 60 32 28 60 70 30 53 42 45 50 41 77 67 43 39 33. .67 -2 34 34 21 21 31 1.34 52 18 1.07 35 27 31 21 51 44 31 M .48 M Entertainment Stars in Golf Tourney LOS ANGELES (AP)-Stars of the world tee off today in a 36-hole golf tournament cvc io UM1.J I.L _ ft i. ««w»___t_i *•__. _ VJrvlC. billed as the first "World Enter- Garner, Howard Keel, Bob Ster- $30,000 Knob of Coffee Pot Stolen in West SAN FRANCISCO (AP) "— The diamond-stuffed glass knob off the top of a solid gold coffee pot is missing. Said to be worth $30,000, the knob was lifted Friday from the pot—valued at $70,001—from the stand where it was displayed at the City of Paris department store here. Police dusted the remaining $40,000 worth for fingerprints, but weren't talking about what they found. The whole pot vanished two years ago from a Boston express office, later turning up unscratched. It was made in 1956 at New Britain, Conn., as the 50 millionth percolator turned out by a maker of nationally advertised coffee pots. The Philippines has added two new stamps to their Famous Filipinos series. A 25 center pictures and honors General Antonio Luna and a 60 center is for Andres Bonifacio. Each was issued on the birthday of the man honored, Austria has issued a 1.50 schilling stamp commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Austrian Republic which was proclaimed Nov. 7, 1918. Haiti has issued eight new stamps commemorating the first anniversary of Dr. Francois Duvalier's inauguration as President. The four lowest denominations are for regular mail and the four highest are airmails. 'All I the stamps are recess engraved in three colors and were printed in the United States. Speaking of Christmas issues, Liechtenstein has announced that its second Christmas issue will be on sale Dec. 4. The 20 rappen will depict St. Maurice and St. Agatha, 35 rp St. Peter, 80 rp — Chapel of St. Peter Mals-Balzers. municipal liquor store here arly Friday and hauled away 20 ases of whisky after taking $10 rom a safe they hammered open. Clarence Schwelder, who rooms ver the store, told Sheriff Jay tflckelson he saw two men break nto the store while a third man n a car cruised around the store s a lookout. He said he could ot call for help because he had o phone and was afraid to try o leave because of the outside guard. The sheriff said the trio stole station wagon parked near the tore because they couldn't get 11 the whisky into the car they ame in. Tools stolen from a earby implement firm were used hammer open the safe. Woman Kills 'to Save Self FLORENCE, Kan. (AP)-"Kill me, or I'll kill you." Sheriff Ezra Bernhardt said Rosie McCoy, 31-year-old waitress, told him that when Joseph Clyde Roberts threatened her she grabbed his rifle and fired. The bullet struck the 34-year-old construction worker in the head, killing him. They had been riding around in Roberts' car. The incident took place Friday on the main street here. Bernhardt described it as the end of a long-standing quarrel between the pair. Mrs. McCoy, a divorcee, was jailed pending an investigation. GUN MISHAP FATAL IOWA CITY Ml — Robert Blackwell, 25, Des Moines, was killed Friday in a gun accident in the Coralville Reserver area Talks His Way Out of 'Drunk Driving' REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (AP)— charge of drunk driving on a bi- Green acted as his own attorney Friday when he argued in Munici- Bob pal Court that a bicycle is not a vehicle under the state code which tainment Championships." Such amateur golfers as Hope, Ray Bolger, Ray Milland, .... Bob Crosby, James (Maverick) defines a vehicle as self-propelled. Judge Edward J. Ryan agreed ling, Curt Massey, Phil Harris and and dismissed the $263 fine and staff and the purpose of the CAP Johnn y Weissmuller are slated to bail money posted on the drunk at the dinner and drill which fol.i com P ete todfl y and Sunday at the driving charge, but fined Green « f*s\imtA«. r*st..m*M.* s^1..u £93 f/ii* haincy /Ii-itn1r in a n..Ul:« lows. As a part of the drill, Col. Murphy, St. Paul, state CAP commander, and staff, will review the Austin squadron. 6 Initioted Into Toopi 4-H Club TAOPI, Minn. — Six new mem- Change Decorations it Spring Valley SPRING VALLEY, Minn. Power pole decorations, instead of ithe loops of evergreen across the 1 street, were purchased by the i Spring Valley Chamber of Com- |merce this year. The chamber reported that San- Los Coyotes Country Club. FAVOR NON-PARTISAN VOTE DES MOINES (ffl — Nonpartisan election of judges in Iowa was endorsed Friday by the convention of the Iowa District Judges Assn. : YF Of f JCCrS at iA/ , , . vVOrKShOp in bers were initiated into the Taopi ta claus wil1 visi ' Dec. 18. 4-H Club Monday. They are Helen Dunn, James Kellogg, Linda Johnson, Dian e Bustad, Lois Harvey and LeAnn Keifer. Demonstrations were given by ' , GRAN ? MEAD °W. Minn. -Of- Joann Bustad, pie baking, a n d f ' C ?, rs ° f the Methodist Y °«th Charlotte Johnson, milk shakes i Fellowshi P who are attending a Mrs. V. A. Fisk and Mrs. Herman i weekend workshop at Winona are Klaehn were in charge of recrea- ! y Aim Kress ' Kay Hoff « Nanc y tion and Mrs. Douglas Dunn and! Lange ' Eu 8 £ ne Kennedy, Arthur Mrs. Glenn Ellingson served lunch. , Hamilto11 and Neal Stiles. $25 for place. drunk in a public Films Unrealistic, Red Director Says HOLLYWOOD (AP) - "American films tend to be unrealistic," says a Soviet movie director. "They put too much emphasis on entertainment." Twenty • three cisiting Soviet film makers were interviewed Friday before touring Hollywood studios. Director Sergei lutkevich, speaking through an interpreter, was spokesman for the group. He said 120 movies produced annually in Russia are designed primarily to tell a story but that all have political undertones. "Art is propaganda," he added. Riceville Boys at Livestock Show RICEVILLE, Iowa — Riceville PFA boys attending the J u n i o r -avestock Show this weekend are Robert Cavanaugh, Jerry Lubbert, Wayne Roetman, and Robert Le*. John Fritcher Attend Masonic Educational Meet SPRING VALLEY, Minn. - Arlo Laxing, Wykoff, and Ben Sanford, Spring Valley, attended the Minneapolis Educational Lodge of the Masonic Order in Minneapo- H&S Carburetor & Electric Service Melvin "Mil" Holdenon 211 Cart Maple St Richard "Dick" Spinltr Auitin, Minn Formerly- Austin Carbureter fir Eltctric Scrvica Dept. We Specialise in: • Small Engine Repair • Magneto Repair *Outboard Motor Repair • Light Adjustment • Lawn Mower Sharpening • Motor Tune-up • Carburetor Service, Ignition Service • Generator Repair • Starter Repair e Speedometer Repair GET YOUR FALL TUNE-UP NOW! Call HE 5-7892 far Appointment* — Atk for Jack See Our Ignition Anery*er le Action Juit Like TV Screen hi oak Proud Pappa of 7-Pound Boy COUDERSPORT, Pa. (AP) 'We really wanted a boy and our >rayers were answered," said Mncinnati Redlegs infielder .Don Hoak Friday. His wife, Phyllis gave birth to a 7-pound boy. Both mother and child were re ported doing very well. Hoak, a native of nearby Roulette, has ono other child, Kimberely Ann, who will be four in February. School Menus ST. PETERS SCHOOL ROSE CREEK MONDAY — Creamed chipped ; beef, mashed potatoes, cabbage ; salad, buttered green beans, jam • sandwiches, peach cobbler, milk. T TUESDAY - Chili and crackers, : celery and carrot sticks, peanut ; butter sandwiches, cookie, milk. * WEDNESDAY — Creamed tur- « key, mashed potatoes, jello vege- '.! table salad, pickles, donuts, ' milk. THURSDAY - Baked beans and pork, oven fried potatoes, tossed salad, cranberry sauce, meat sandwiches, pudding, milk. FRIDAY — Tomato soup and crackers, carrot and celery sticks, pickles, toasted cheese sandwiches, cherry crisp, milk. ROSE CREEK HIGH SCHOOL MONDAY — Chili and crackers, lettuce salad, peanut butter sandwiches, apple sauce, milk. TUESDAY - Spaghetti and tomato and hamburger hotdish, cottage cheese, pickles, butter sandwiches, cookies, milk. WEDNESDAY — Baked potatoes, buttered green beans, meat sandwiches, apple sauce cake, milk. THURSDAY — Chicken noodle soup and crackers, celery and> carrot sticks, cheese sticks, jelly sandwiches, donuts, milk. FRIDAY — Buttered corn, macaroni-peas - cheese and celery salad, egg salad sandwiches, pickles, desert, milk. TALLEST GOALIE CLEVELAND (ffi — Gerry McNamara of the Cleveland Barons is B-feet-2 and the tallest goalie in the American Hockey League. Sunday, November 30, 1958 PMTORS: Arthur L. Swenson, Jamei t. Braalen, Melvin E. Hauge SERVICES: 8:45, 9:45, and 10:45 A. M. SERMON: "Your King Is At Your Door" Th« 10:45 A.M. tcrv4ct (t broadcatt avtr radit station Kout SUNDAY SCHOOL: 8:45, 9:45, 10:35 •nd 11:15 A. M. CHILDREN'S WORSHIP SERVICES: 8:45, 9:45, 10:35 and 11:15 A. M. 7:00 P. M. — Hi-League. 7:30 P. M. — Th« Holy Communion. MEET YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS AT PIGGLY COURTLAND fir ST. PAUL e OAKLAND 6 ST. PAUL The Stores that save you money plus S&H Green Stamps with every purchase. FRESH PORK LIVER ,29 DELICIOUS APPLES ... 4 39 49, COFFEE FINE EATING ALL PURPOSE BLEACH PUREX DOLE'S SLICED OR HALVES PEACHES... GALLON NO. 2H SIZE CANS STdRE HOURS - 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily Oakland Avenue Store Open Sunday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. USE OUB COURTESY COUNTER AT THE OAKLAND AYE. STORE TO PAY R. E. A., Utilities, Telephone, Harrington Garbage Service, Culligan and Lindsay Soft Water Services, American Express Money Orders, Stamps for Sale.

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