The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 2, 1958 · Page 14
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House Wants All Ballots Saved in Coyo's Disputed District Loss WAflHINOTON (AP)-A Hems* TTfwnuiuivi! \nri—n nuuoe out Uie U.o. eolittftWte* h*« »«k« Minnesota clerk's office said « .,, c ,,, u , n ,, Authorities to preserve ail ballots dum signed by Knutson to dls- in th* disputed election which miss the case was enough, brought defeat to Rep. Coya Knut- Mrs. Knutson declined to talk •on (ft-Mltffi). with newsmen, but a member of The committee acted amid con- her office staff said the congress- fusion flW the Status of a $500,- woman was living with her htis 000 suit filft^ by Mrs, Knutsoa's band. The aide said she did not husband, Andy, against William KJeWahl, Mn. Knutson's top aide. Last week, Kjeldahl made pub- tie a letter purportedly from Andy Knutson and saying that Knutson was dropping his suit alleging alienation of affections and slander. That letter also said Knutson had fired his Washington lawyer, Benedict F. Fitzgerald. No Right to Drop Salt Monday, Fitzgerald Mid Knutson had no right to act personally in dropping his suit. The lawyer also said he has not had any notice from Knutson that be has been removed from the case. Evange Banq rPTL uet Held Evanger Lutheran Church near Sargeant held ita first Pocket Testament League banquet in the history of the church Sunday. Dinner was served at 6:30 p.m. Four students from Luther Theological Seminary, St. Paul, presented the program. All are members of Trinity Lutheran Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., home congregation of the Rev. G. N. Jacobsen, Evanger Lutheran pastor. Louis Hermansen, master of ceremonies, introduced Bob Isaksen who spoke on "The Word"; Dick Billings directed the hymn sing and John Skeie played piano selections. Miss Sharon Wilson, Pocket Testament League secretary, welcomed guests and members. Miss Mary Ann Jensen explained the Luther League 1959 symbol. Larry Larson played electric guitar selection, accompanied by Willard Lindstrom, Austin. Mrs. Billings led the opening devotionals. Highlight of the program was a candle-lighting ceremony portraying Christ coming into a darkened world to light the way for man The Rev. Mr. Jacobsen pronounc ed the Benediction. King's Wood (Continued from Pag* 10 Col. 1) soon; you'll be glad you did. But, the U.S. Disrict Court a memoran- know where they were staying. Differences between the Knut- sons became news last spring when Andy publicly appealed to his blonde wife to give up politics and feturn home. He is a hotel operator In OWee, Minn. Disregarding this appeal, Mrs. Knutson ran'for a third term but was defeated narrowly by Republican Odin Lftngen. After announcement that her husband was dropping his suit against Kjeldahl. Rep Knits-n asked the House Elections Committee to investigate. Mrs. Knutson charged a malicious conspiracy by her political opposition. Pickup Truck Has Its Own Fire Alarm RICEVILLE, Iowa — The steady blat of a truck horn sounded the fire alarm in Riceville Monday night. The fire was in the pickup truck owned by Glenn Fox, Riceville, parked in the garage attached to the Fox home in southeast Riceville. The flames short-circuited the horn. The horn was set off about 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Fox heard the noise and looked outside, but there was no traffic on the street. Yet the horn blared away. Then she went to the entry way connecting the house and garage, noticed a light in the garage, and discovered her husband's truck on fire. She called the Riceville fire department while her husband open ed the garage doors and started to pull the truck out. He was in his stocking feet and his socks slipped off on the crushed rock drive while pulling the truck, which was in reverse gear. The first destroyed the tools in the cab of the truck, gutted the cab and scorched a tool box in the back of the truck. The heat broke a bedroom window near the garage and there was heat and smoke damage to the garage. Firemen said the fire apparently was started by a short circuit. The flames shorted the wiring to the lights and horn, turning them on, causing discovery. '56 Plowing Champ Dies in Iowa Crash CHEROKEE, Iowa Iffi — Kenneth Clark, 41, of Larrabee, was killed Monday evening when his pickup truck swerved out of control and overturned in a ditch along U. S. 59 three miles north of here. Clark, winner of the safety award division of the 1956 U. S. plowing championships, had 'been traveling north on the highway when the accident occurred. He was alone In the pickup, officers said, and apparently was killed Instantly. Moscow 4-H Awards Given Moscow 4-H members were reminded of the necessity of leadership and the responsibility for the future by Don Paulson, Albert Lea High School agriculture instructor, speaker at the club's annual banquet. Paulson also presented the awards earned through exhibiting at the Freeborn County Fair. Recipients were Paul Soli, champion dairy animal and junior dairy herd; Hazel Stoa, champion pen of roosters; Howard Smeby, James Smeby, and Kraig Smeby, dairy; Dean Bridely, beef heifer; James Smeby, electrification; Judy Ber/- strom, Ethel Wicks, Julie Johnson and Kathleen Smeby, dress revue blue ribbons; Gary Kearns, reserve champion farm and home exhibit; and Paul Soli, State Fair and Kenneth Van Wilgen, Junior Livestock Show (declined) trips. First-year pins were given Jerry Bergstrom, Craig Ruble, Linda Stoa and Wayne Johnson and five year pins to Dean Bridely, Kraig Smeby and Paul Soli. Leaders awards were presented Mr. and Mrs. Tennis Van Wilgen, four years, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Smeby, four years, Mr. and Mrs. George Smeby, two years, and Mrs. Salmer Wicks, two years. Officers installed were Richard Soli, president; Gary Kearns, vice president;. Cheryl Ruble, secretary; James Wicks, treasurer; and James Smeby, reporter. Also on the program were a group of 4-H girls who sang a Thanksgiving song. On the serving committee were Mrs. Clayton Stoa, Mrs. Obert Berg, Mrs. Merrill Smeby, Mrs. Clarence Gullickson and Mrs. Vernon Lunde. The banquet was held at 'the Moscow Lutheran Church. AUSTIN IOWL . ClfT LKABttt .— ..-I 76J7M701-MW) Red CW1 .1...,. 708710683—2101 ............001 Alt 983—1903 Co*.l 883 846 7J3—MM ,.«7J 831 W-3044 .,9V! W0738-19W WASHING IS FUN — As she easily transfers the clothes from washer to dryer, your wife will always remember tht long steps up from the basement to the backyard, and the hanging of the heavy clothes on dreary days. Every washday, she'll thank you for her White Christmas. LEAGUE BOWLING ..,., Radio, Sieotflo ., Aukttn 0«b .... Austin Bowl .,., R*llw*y Cart ..., Kate* — Auitln Carr Plumbing ,, Moo»e 3 . .790 834 . .790 814 740—9044 ..8167M 73&-4307 ..731 7*3 740- 2036 ..712 812 M1-attl ..739 671 721-3138 Unknown ........... 746 673 683—2102 KOOR Bat ........... 756712704—2172 FMJtlM ............. 70S «M 732—2131 Brownidal« Booateri 703 701 67ft— 20S2 PROORESStVR LEAGUE I*f ty* Bar ........ 814 754 89S— J263 Terp Balroom ...... 890 772 707—2169 Anitefiy DIM ......... 616 714 630—1960 Donna Lynn ...... 7« 712 774— 2335 Coca Colft .......... 717708683—4106 Moots No. 2 . ..... 707 608 695—2010 Rftgen's ............. 716 663 643—2022 Turf Bftt ............ 094 622 632—1948 Comb's RuttO ...... 702806648—1953 Unknown ......... . . 618 633 683—1934 N»t«'« ,..i 887 778 788*4480 GM<m«» ,. ..887^88 TW-3870 MilUrt.HUh Utt ,.888747800-8513 nnt. Ifottonai Etanft W9 898 889-iOflS Ashl«y EH»t. Co. ... .70? 789 712—3338 Hurry* oaf• seo es l 73»—3W6 ICHOUNIS CLASSIC LEAGUE Plant Oftfe ...884 9088M—J895 R*J OW1 ....053 SIS 801—3879 7 tip Bottling 00. ..900 911 901—8713 N»tW , ,tO> 873 863—3638 R«MlflH Olothlnt ..921 010 878—8709 Farrlt Radio t$ TV ..898 981 943—381B Rtnnty "68" 979 861 83a~S«73 Lftflt Supp«r Club ,.908 87« «W—J7M Echo Lane* 881902952-4738 Banouet Bread 877 874 «W—2747 3mtur* Tavern ....862 82« 765—2476 YMCA-CmmCH LKAGtlfc Crane Chapel 2 ...,602619842—1963 St. OlAf a 685646740—2091 Qrace Luth. 1 567642679—1888 Grace Luth. 3 ......896 606 683—1885 Faith Men BUB ....851 723 670—2044 Fellowship Methodist 623 725 697—2045 Congregational 642 835 677—1954 Church of ChHat 1 580 728 741—2049 it. JoTiii'i ..... ...,jfi in St. Ol«f ........ ,.,.774 «2S « Holy Crow 1 ........ 780 822 753— 23fbi «»thortlst ..... .... .753 701 Ouf BnvloW 1 ...... 71» PtMbywrrlun 2 ......781 81 rtoly cross 2 ......774 781 7-H-2280 Crane 1 ..... . ...... 774 667 718— 2151 Presbyterian I ...... 88fl 773 883— 1\->3 Church of Chrlat 2 677 721 7TO- 4107 14 AUSTIN (Mfnn.) HMAtO Tuesday, Dee. 1, 1958 RCItO 8, B«finn 0. T«ie 8. Bsum , ncrto MKehtft Tatetn 702— 1930 .. — Blll'i Drive In ... .»*0 644 686-1870 unnnown ........... 4«ft 5J3 524— 1«4« Hunburgw Heaven 823 669 M«— 1638 W«»tlnghouM Uun. 540 679 650—1869 Ro*sman'< Fixlt ,,,.406439445—1350 PeopW'g Ottif ...... 648 618 651-1923 Bivohan Purnaoe-Vao 854 80S 680—1836 Bowling's Top Five CLASSIC LBAOUt E. Sullivan .................... ....630 J. Blum .......................... 622 8. Anderson ...................... 6ai G. Hanaon ...,....,,..,,..,..,,.,.611 D. Ihrka ........................... 604 B. Belirlohard .................... eoi YMCA-CBtmCH LEAGUE D. Adunfl ............... , ..... ...SSfl A, Burney ........................ 543 B. Rockwell .................. ....434 A. Lowen ..... .,...,,... ...,,..,, ,833 A. Thompson ....... ..........,,.&18 -M3 441) 434 . ..,....,,,...,.,,,.,. ..... ti. Yl>nl»h ..... ............... ....427 a. Onnrfle ............ s. ...... .'...-122 WOMEN'S CtlY LfiAOUE A. Swenaon . ....................... li. Kllgore ................ .......,, Ml B. Hoftman .,..;• ....... >lt ....... $49 . K. Rielnput* ... MO r. Tor** ...:..,...,..,........,., .530 Oalientine ................ . ....... 530 PROOnKSStVE LEAOtR J. DAlgntrm ............ . ......... S-M R. Nordand ............... < ...... jjs J, LiUegii»rd 3. Oh««ln . .... ..... ....... ........ 504 S. Klrtg .......................... 493 STAYS BEAUTIFUL She'll find it easy to keep her gift of an automatic gas range «« beautiful as the day you gave it to her. A quick once-over with plain soap and water remove* most stains. Racks, burners and broilers may be removed and washed with ease. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Motorist Dies; Toll Now 644 in Minnesota By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A collision at a rural road intersection in Lake Elmo in suburban St. Paul killed a St. Paul Park man today. Death of John Baumann, 68, plus that of a Brookston, Minn., man in a crash near Duluth Monday night, raised Minnesota's 1958 traffic toll to 644, up 18 from this time a year ago. Baumann was killed when his car and one driven by E. H. Swe- no, 38, Lake Elmo, collided in Oakdale Township in Washington County. Sweno was hospitalized with severe head cuts. Anthony Maciewski, 46, Brookston, was fatally injured Monday night when a car and a truck collided on a highway near Duluth. (No pickup) JC Registration Thursday, Friday " Registration for winter quarter classes at Austin Junior College will be Thursday and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Junto College library, Dean R. I. Melan announced today. HOOVER Hoover Constellation was $89.95 now just $49.95 It's the cleaner that floats on air! * Exclusive) doubl«»str«tch hot* ^ * Full hor»epowt)r motor * Ttletcoping wand * Nozzl* rolls on wheels * King size throwsiway bog that you change in 6 second, Give her a Hoover-and you give her the best !J ' ' rvnf. ..•,.. •-"*i>*'*»iiMJP*>^-WHI*iV'«i^^|iv^jHflW9l9|waB||K A Vtry Spteial Mockl for a Very Special Gift! a Golden $0095 Hoover A limited number of th«it beautiful ' cleaneri w«rt made t« celebrati Hoovt^ Gold«n' V ' ., ^^ „ Annivertary and wt wert able to receive a limited number/'*" 1 'k** 1 It btott, 01 It twttpi, at it cleans And hat $0% mort auction en th« tooli with iti new 2-»p««d motor * Extra lorgt, Mty to changt, throw-away bag Thtro'f no flntr cleaner in all tho world. Truly, thit would make a vory special 9 ift! - »****ia**^^ Decker Hardware Mi. H£ 3-4424 W« Give S&H Green Stamps Austin Village Voting May Be Light By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Liquor issues and bond proposals commanded top interest in village elections in scores of Minnesota communities today. In towns where no special issues were on the ballot, however, generally light turnouts were expected. One of the biggest bond proposals was at Stillwater, where voters will decide on a $2,430,000 issue for a high school. A number of communities will ballot on a full slate of offices. Weather prospects were for considerable cloudiness and warmer with possible rain or snow in the extreme north. Mental Health Slate Named Officers and a board of directors for the newly formed Mower County Association for Mental Health were elected Monday night at a meeting of the group in the Pacelli High School Auditorium. James Sydenstriker was named president; Sister M. Laura, assistant principal of Pacelli, vice president; Mrs. Irving Gendler, secretary; William La Porte, treasurer. The executive committee will consist of Mrs. Rhoda Langeberg, Mrs. Carl P. Nelson and Dr. Herman Miller while the board of directors includes Miss Nina Schultz, Dr. Dan Ashorn, Mrs. Fred Kraft, Philip Richardson, the Rev. David Kachel, Wallace Sieh, Dr. Don Driggs, Mrs. Norman Rasmussen, Harold Radke, Amil Reed, Judge Paul Kimball, Dr. Robert Bloomberg and Mrs. Carroll Stephenson. Next meeting of the board of directors will be Jan. 5 at Pacelli. Austin Area Servicemen Two Austin men this week completed basic Air Force training and were assigned to specialty schools, Sgt. Wendell Kizer, Austin recruiter, said to- Kime Iday. Airman Ronald E. Kime, son of George H. Kime, 1505 Ohio, will attend Supply Specialists School at Texas. Kime is an Boots Mallory Dies; Wife of Marshall SANTA MONICA, Calif. CAP)- *™ rM °*?*> T f xafs ' - „.. , , . ., ., • Austin High graduate. £.„?>,, u C ^° mC I " li Airman Gary E. Uzlik, Pacelli B has taken ormer showgirl. High School graduate and son of Boots Mallory, wife of actor Her- : Lloyd I§ Ba^win, 711 Jackson, is oert Marsnail. attending Morse Intercept Opera- i. /2"« j ^ when ; tors school at KeeslerAFB, Miss, she died Monday in St. John's __<>_ Hospital. She entered the hospital Pvt . John Rech, son of Mr. and Sunday when a 16-month illness M rs. John Rech, Sr., 211 Minne- t-f\r\l* *ft 4««n C A _ 1.1 . " took a turn for the worse. Miss Mallory first gained atten- sotai rec ei ve d a certificate of train ing in a cooking course at Fort tion as a Ziegfeld Follies andiord, Calif., and is now stationed George White's Scandals beauty. ' a t Indianapolis. Address: US5561- In 1932 she appeared in half a doz-i 348 Enlisted Detach (5-27) Conen movies for the old Fox Studio, ; solidated Mess, Fort Benjamin She retired from acting when she Harrison, Indianapolis 49, Ind. married Marshall in 1947. _<>_ Pfc. Paul Norland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Norland, Hayfield, is attending a medical academy at Augsburg, Germany. His Iowa Dems $777 in Red, Report Says m • wif(J ' R^cca, and their twin npnn > f T1 J 6 Iowa i^. "e living- at 6209 S. Girard, Democratic State Central Com- ! Minneapolis. His address: US 555- nuttee said today in a report 1 7209, H q: Btry. 1st How. Bn. 13th prepared for filing with the sec-j FA 2 4th Inf. Div., APO 112, New retary of state that it ended tiie ! York NY 1958 political campaign $777 in the ! ' _Q_ CT2 Ronald E. Bauer, son of rod. —,, ^--*W AVUMHtU U* 4JUUC1 , OUU Ul The report, by State Chair- Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bauer, ill .nan Donald A. Norberg, listed j Ash , has been notified of his pro- receipts of $16,506.65 and expendi- i mot ion to CT 1. He enlisted in the tures of $12,451.71 during the July' Navy jn Jlue 1955 and ia statjon . 26-Nov. 25 period but noted bills'ed at Puerto Rico. His address: payable Nov. 25 totaling $4,832.86. i 793 . 15 . 22) „. s . Na Comm . sta . That leaves the party $777.92 in the ; lioa Box 2| Navy 116, c-o FPO, " OIe - New York, N. Y. Store's 9th Case of 2 Plead Innocent-^. « | .«•'• »W*iM •I1IIWVVIII Diphtheria Reported ;r 0 Bank Burglary . 4 , ,. , u (AP) ~ The DES M01NES I* - Raymond ninth diphtheria case in Itasca P . Gea rhart Jr., 28, and Larry County was reported today by | c . Glouser> 24> both o{ Omaha * the Minnesoat Health Department, pleaded inuocent Monda ln Fed . raises the state's total in the l6ral Court here lo ch { b ™fata? 6? ' F ' Ve ^^ lariz " 18 lhe , State Savings Bank _,, ' and post office at Fontanelle Oct. The new case was that of a 8 6-year-old girl, sister of a 9-year- ' T he P a,r was indicted on three to separate counts. The third count alleges they conspired with Linford R. Fitch, also of Omaha, in the bank and post office burglaries. , Fitch has pleaded guilty and is HOLLYWOOD, Calif. 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