The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 2, 1958 · Page 2
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I* AUSTIN (Minn.) HERAlD Dec. 2, 1958 Clifford and F.ugpn<! Crwgan.'baml, parents, ft brother «nd Uirwj Kenwood, leaving keys in cut Madison, 'Vis.; a sister, Mrs. misters, nition, $5 VITAL STATISTICS Arthur J. Peterson (Helen>, Fair- 1 Funeral services were held Sat- jurday, Nov. 29, at 1:30 p.m at ;iriont. Blrthi AT St. OLAF hOSriTAL Mr, and Mrs. Robert Hoffman, 14«J Ohio, son, Dec. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Flink. Douglas, Minn., son, Dec. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Josephson. 1R01 Collins, daughter, Dec. 2. OUTSfDR .OP AUSTIN A-2 and Mrs. Merrill Meier, Homestead Air force Base, Florida, daughter, Nov. 28. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hanson, 711 N. 7th and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meier, Mapleview. Mr. and Mrs. James Burns, Rtewartvllle, son, Dec. 1. They arc former Austin residents. Marriogt Licenits William C. Sheely, Austin Rt. 5, and Carol J. Mlelke, 705 Johnson. Daothi ' ARLffi E. JARVTS Arlie K. Jarvis, 66, died Monday at the Veterans Hospital, Minneapolis, following a lingering illness. A resident of Brownsdale, he is survived by his wife, Bertha; two daughters, Mrs. Ernest Erickson (Arlene) Kissimmee, Fla., and Bonnie, at home;, two sons, LaVerne with the Army in Korea, and Dale with the Army at Fort Carson, Colo.; two brothers, William of Mitchell, 8. D., and Lyle of Austin. Arrangements will be announced later by the Worlein Funeral Home. Funerals Funeral services for Harry Bell, Lyle, wlU be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Christian Alliance Church, Lyle, the Rev. Wilbur Junker officiating. Interment will be In Woodbury Cemetery. Briends may call at the Worlein Funeral Home until 11 a.m. Wednesday and at the church from 1 p.m. until the time ot service. »»«. ««*«, »—«.». ™ «... April 16, 1905, in Freeborn Coun- home of her daughter, Mrs. Vern- s he was a faithful member of ty, the daughter of Michael and ° n Keithley, San Jose, Calif, Nov. Sterling Christum Church and the Out-of-town persons attending the' the Assembly of God Church with funtral were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur j the «•*• A. D. Sturm officiating. J. Peterson and family, Mrs. Ruthl lntirmen * *as «t Lansing Ceme Protzeller, Fairmont; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Creegan, Eugene Creegan, Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Reinartz, Sheboygan, Funeral services for Mrs. Mich-jWis.; Henry Reinartz, Rockwell ael Kloeckner, 612 Center, wiU'City, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert be h«ld at 9:30 a.m. Thursday atjVroman and family, Sister M. Jacred Heart Church, Adorns, theiGervase, Sister M. DunsWn, Ro- ftev, Richard Bsrden officiating. Chester; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Interment will'be In the church'Lethert and Sue, St. Paul, cemetery. Rosary services w i 11 i ter7 « 1882 Phoebe Moore Michael P. Ahern, 501 N. Kenwood, failing to yield right of way, pleaded innocent. Trial Dec. 3D. Lawrence JJoinngala. 105 W. Winona. driving 38 m.p.h. In a 30- mile zone, $15, Ambrose K. Durbin, 609 Center, March 21, 18fi2, at Denver, Iowa,! M »- Dan Oess - 806 '' 4 w - Oak ' the daughter of John and Marticia Calease. She attended schools in Butler County, Iowa and Cedar Palls, Iowa. On May 29, 1900, she was united in marriage to Ora Moore atj land, leaving keys in car ignition, $5. Eugene Klingfus, 700 Monroe, driving 45 m.p.h. in a 30-mile zone, Ann A. Koepplinger, 323 E. Wa- \;cuivvci/t rvuan* y ocrivnca w i i it • . :-«— ... • ••»•• «« B v» »v v/ia AUVUIC ob mm <», ^wtj^nnftvi f «*«** *^* »i«be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday at ! 1886 LHHe Bunge 1958 (Clarksville, Iowa. Four years later jter, leaving keys in car Ignition, the Adams Funeral Home. Obituaries 1905 Rath Relnarti 1958 Ruth Creegan Reinartz was born LilHe Catherine Marie Luehr j lhe y moved to Austin and have j forfeited $5 jBunge, daughter of Henry and j re s itj ed here for the past 54 years. Louise Deters Luehr, was born! More recently they have made March 21, 1886, at Spring Grove, their nome Bt , and passed away at the St - Eighth Mary Ellen Creegan. A lifetime resident of Austin, she attended Austin High School and has been employed at the Austin State Bank and office of Geo. A. Hormel & To. On May 15, 1934, she was united n marriage with Albert Reinartz at St. Augustine Church. Mrs. Reinartz was a member of Queen of Angels Rosary Society, St. Maiy Magdalene Unit and the Milwaukee Road Women's Club. She died Nov. 24, at her home, 108 N. Chatham, after being ill iwo years. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Nov. 26, at Queen of Angels Church, the Rev. Richard Loomls officiating. Interment was in Calvary Cemetery with the Mayer Funeral Rome in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Reinartz is survived by her husband; three sons, Thomas, an English teacher at Ellendale High School, Michael and Daniel, twins at home; two daughters, Jeanette, attending Austin Junior !5, at the age of 72 years. Mrs. Bunge had been in failing health .he past two years. She attended grade school at Spring Grove and Ladles Semin aries at Charles City, Iowa, and of the church, the Royal Neighbors of America, Past Oracle's, and the Women's Relief Corps. After a lingering illness she passed away at the Raymond's Rest 7, 1958, she was united in marriage with) Paul Q. Bunge at Rochester, and they farmed In the Spring Grove 3 1 0, • • . , " * e a * C ot 76yeri8he is 8Ur ' . , byher husband ' Or » son ' A - W " area until 1927. They lived neari T ' ' T *"*Caledonia for a year and in 1928,1^' *£* 'fu P V °J zenb «* (He1 ' A "°' C -' one dau sh- they moved to their farm, near; Austin, which had been her home until she went to California to live with her daughter. u A "°' M "- Moore Mrs. Bunge expressed her faith ! te :; ' i; nine great-grandchildren. She is also survived by two sis*»* w« **»**•£«, %**»£«« i»o^wu net Aaiiii f-AMQ AjTt*o T3i-» lU r* » M« in Christ and trusted in Him for 'Tj IQWB M? G *T n *' salvation by God's grace. j^''„ lt^ , V ™ . C T or She is survived by three ters, Mrs. Harold Cummings (Esther), Lansing, Mrs. Vernon Keithley, (Selma) and Miss Paula Bunge, San Jose, Calif.; one son, the Rev. Donald Bunge, Pontiac, '.\ five grandchildren; one great- grandchild; two brothers, Edwin Luehr, Spring Grove, and Frank- Iowa; two bro- Water ' !oo, Iowa. Funeral services were held Saturday, Nov. 29, at 3:30 p.m. at Sterling Christian Church, the Rev John A. " Mrs. Otto Lomholt, Lyle, failure ;o yield the right of way, $15. Ronald G. McKay,,606 S. Seventh, driving 45 m.p.h. in a 30- mile zone, $30. Michael E. Callahan, 809 N. Sixth, having improper plates, $10. Randell L. Damon, 1011 W. Maple, following too closely, $15. Myles B. Asper, 708 N. Kenwood, running a stop sign, $10. Victor J. Hoist, Austin Rt. 5, running a stop sign, $15. Robert F. Rasper, Owatonna careless driving, $25 plus costs. James 0. Voss, 703 Lincoln, care less driving, $25 plus costs. Ambrose Kloeckher, 105 .> Her zog, no flag on projecting loac from vehicle, $10. Royce W. McDaniel, 2111 E Sheldon, driving 65 m.p.h. in a 55-mile zone, $15. Beverly A. Paulson, 706 S Fourth, disregarding a stop sign, 10. Oramanzo Peterson, Blooming Prairie, parking illegally, $10. Ray E. Schwartz, Austin Rt. 5, driving 65 m.p.h. in a 55-mile zone, $15. Margaret P. Bute, Dexter, 1m- 4 Sentenced for Larceny Pour Austin area men were sen- cnced in District Corrrt today on econd degree grand larceny counts involving thefts ranging rom chickens to a 550 pound steer. Sentenced to an intermediate erm not to ekceed five years at he St. Cloud Reformatory were Oide LuVern Olson, 31, Austin Rt. 2; Harold LuVern Andrews, 26, Austin Rt. 2, and Ordean Oakland, 22, Lyle. Issued a suspended sentence by Dist. Judge A. C. Richardson, was Charles I Cllne, 21, 806 Marshall. Cline was sentenced to five years, suspended, with the Youth Conservation Commission but must serve 45 days in the county jail and will be on probation to state probation officer, Thomas Rich ards. The four were apprehended early in October by the sheriff's office and under examination admitted a series of thefts including chick ens, a truck frame, a steer, tires and wheels, a hydraulic jack, pressure tank, vise, pump, used batteries and oil stoves and other articles. The four waived preliminary hearing Oct. 4 on the larceny counts and on Oct. 7 in Distric Court pleaded guilty to second degree grand larceny. Judge Rich- FIRE (Cntinued trom Page 1> alked in low voitfes, almost in whispers. the crowds behind strands of ope stared quietly, as if they •ouldn't believe what had happened. Searchlights were trained on the building during the night while firemen and investigators careful- y combed the blackened interior of the building. Red Cross Aids Through the evening mothers and fathers made their way to the parsonage. The Red Cross set up a center there to give the rela* Ives all the information they had on children who were missing, inured or dead. And there too was a strange quiet as relatives and ;he workers went about the grim business. The doors of the parish church around the corner were flung wide open in the freezing night. The constant stream of men and worn en and children went in and out. They entered pews, crossed themselves and prayed. Some went forward to the altar rail and lit candles. And in the church too there was a strange silence. Won't Relax taws During Yule Season Austin police believe in the hristmos spirit but this does ot mean there will be any re- axation in the enforcement of raffle laws and ordinances dur- ng the holiday season, Police hief George rtoope warned to- ay. Roope pointed out that Christ* mas crowds Jn shopping areas reate traffic difficulties which, ombined with the uncertainty oi weather conditions, makes this <Y,W> of the most dangerous of the year from the starfdpoint of traffic accidents. He also had a word of advice for motorists who fully Intend to obey traffic laws, but who could run into trouble because of special seasonal hazards. "In cold weather and especially In crowded cars, it becomes more dlficfult to keep windows clear for adequate vision," he pointed out. "A good defroster Is MMH* tial." "Instead of looking for special favors from busy police officers, let's put the spirit of the good will season fnto practice — by driving a properly equipped car in • courteous and law abiding manner," Roof* emphasized. I OAK HELP YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ..,»•• mart MCMM future wttfc MODIRN WOODMIN Ll*l INSURANCI if Savlnf » Plain it Life Insurance Retirement Plant Ccfictlletlen Plant * Iduc«»lon • Funds DARWIN (Oiks) OR AY 1200 Wett Colleae AuiMn, Minn. MODIRN WOODMIN OP AMERICA HMM OKI* R*k Island, ID. Richard E. Hanson, Joliet, HI., College, and Sue, a senior at Pa- lln Luehr, Placerville, Calif. She cell! High School; two brothers, was preceded in death by her bus "Holidays are Happy Days" PR ING THE BEVERAGE WITH THAT meni woo in r>«a n /4 t7-».. m. . , tucnara Jt.. nanson, uouei, 111., Gardens! "^ Diving 65 m.p.b. in a 50-mile zone, ROCK SPRING .GINGER AlE b Card of Thanks I wish to thank my friends and relatives for cards, gifts and flow ers; also my neighbors who helped at my home while I was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Thanks to the nurses, nurses aids, Dr. Seery, Dr. T iarold Anderson and Pastor Gordon Rasmussen, William Skov. To relatives, friends, nurses, nurses aids, Dr. Hagen, Dr. Stahl, Rev. John Kerr, Ross Graves and any others who were so very thoughtful and kind during the illness and death of our father, Sam Hubbard. We offer our heartfelt thanks. Warren Hubbard. Howard Hubbard. Mrs. Stanley A. Fink and Families. We would like to thank Pastor Sentrup, Dr. Nesse, nurses at St. Olaf Hospital, relatives and friends for their prayers and many acts of kindness given to us during the illness and loss of our loved one. Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Schroeder, Patricia and Mark. I wish to thank all my relatives neighbors and friends for all the cards and gifts I received while I was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Special thanks to Dr. Miller, Dr. Taufic, Rev. Schreitmueller and all the nurses, nurses aids and 3ray Ladies. Your kindnesses will always be remembered. Mrs. Frank Placek Sr. 615 Lake St. I wish to thank my relatives and Yiends for the many cards, letters, lowers, gifts and all the visits I •eceived while I was a patient at H. Olaf Hospital. Special thanks to 'astor Farrington and wife, Blooming Prairie Baptist Church Rev. Browns' and wives for their :alls and prayers offered. Thanks to Dr. Hesla, nurses, nurses aids, 3ray Ladies. It was all appreciated. I shall never forget all the kindness shown to me. May God richly bless all of you. Mrs. Ella Seavey, 1624 E. Oakland. Municipal Court Raymond M. Brandt, Myrtle, running a red light, $10. Geraldine L. Ackland, 1203 S. forfeit $15. Oran E. Benzlng, Decorah, Iowa, driving with obscured vision, forfeit, $15. William Heemsbergen, Sioux Falls, S. D., driving after suspension, forfeited $50 and driving 70 m.p.h. in a 55-mile zone, $15. A warrant was issued because of previous convictions and Heemsbergen will appear in court on the counts. Dean F. Alias, 112^ E. Water, no driver's license, $50. Mrs. Orville Miller, 1005 Bauman, no dog license, $10 of which 5 was suspended and was acquitted of a charge of allowing her dog to run loose. Leonard Majerus, 1715 E. Oak- an. 1 , no dog license, forfeited 5. Kneal Hinders, 1007 Bryan, driv- ng after suspension of driver's icense, $50 or 60 days. The sentence was continued until Hinders s released from a three-year terra : or criminal negligence. TRUSTY RECAPTURED STILLWATER, Minn. (AP) Douglas Sund, 26, trusty who walked away from the prison farm two weeks, was recaptured without resistance at the Minneapolis home of his wife, Stillwater Prison officials said Monday night, Sund had been serving an up to three- year term for burglary. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS ardson stayed sentencing at that time pending investigation. Earl Brunoer Heads Waltons Earl Brugger, vice president and former secretary, was elected Monday night to head Austin Chapter 10, Izaak Walton League of America. He will succeed President Larry Strief, who steps down Strief Jan. 1. automatically becomes member of board of directors for one year. John Beckel was elevated to vice president, and Richard Pet- Brugger erson was named to succeed him as secretary. The perennial treasurer, George Case, was re-elected, and George Orcutt and Sam Williams were given terms as directors. Strief will head a delegation of 12 to 15 Austin delegates Friday to the state Walton convention in St. Paul. In other business, the Waltonians heard a report of Joe Wondra on plans for the tree planting program, and plans were made for the annual pre-Christraas trapsboot Dec. 21. A venison supper concluded the program. SINCLAIR STRIKE ENDED MINNEAPOLIS (ffi — Trucks of the Sinclair Refinery Co. were moving supplies to 80 service stations in the Twin Cities for the first time in two weeks today following a strike settlement. Stainless tt«*l meat fork, gravy lodU, pt« server, berry spoon. 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