The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 3, 1958 · Page 20
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tUQJNE QtLBtm *WHAT YOUNG P80PLS THINK' Entrance Squeeze Fa/'/s to Daunt Prep Students; 70 Per Cenf Want in iy EUGENE OtLBEnt Despite (or la it because of?) to get into college, most teeners have their hearts set on attending. And they've started worrying about it early. In « recent country-wide survey, more than 70 per cent of those we questioned said they planned to go to college. An even greater number — 85 per cent- said their parents wanted them to attend college. Little more than half of the youngsters had definite college in mind, but three-quarters of them were worried about getting into the college of their choice once they picked it. "Every year more and more students are going to college, making it harder to get in," worried 16-year-old John Birken of Valley Stream, N. Y. Norman Goldberg, 17, of Briglv ton, Mass., echoed him: "Competition is very steep and two of my friends were refused from the college I plan to go to." All or Nothing Parents have more faith in their sons and daughters than the youngsters have in themselves. More than half the teeners report .ed that their worried. parents were not "Although I'm worried about it my parents think my average is high enough and know that there are plenty of other colleges that will accept me," wrote Nancy Storck, Mo. 17, of Webster Groves Both teen-agers and parents fee! ;hat grades are most important in college acceptance. Eighty-eight per cent of the teeners listed academic average as the single most important factor. And many who said their parents were worried, echoed Frank Raube III of Elkins Park, Pa.: "My parents feel I should have studied harder." A surprising number—more than one-third—of the teeners said they would not go to a "second choice" college should they be refused by the school of their choice. "Either the best or none at all for me," was the stubborn reply from 18-y*ar-old Ramsey Troller of San. Francisco. But 70 -per cent were sure they could get into another college even if they were refused -by their first choice. There were no complaints of favoritism in college acceptances. The poll showed 95 per cent of the teeners felt college acceptance standards are,fair — and only three per cent listed "pull" as an important factor in admission. Some of the students, however, had gripes. "When you come from a big city, it is almost impossible to get into a firstrate school," fumed 18-year-old Daisy Caulfield of New York. "They prefer students from Iowa and North Dakota." There were a variety of reasons for picking colleges. "It offers what I want at the price I can afford," said practical .What ffoy'rt Up Againtl. •Xv.» avice of metro* uriMA-rtt Stamps in the News By SYD KRONMfl The 7-cent U.' S. <5ommemor» Uve airmail stamp honoring the admission of Alaska as the 49th state is ready for issuance. But no date for first day sate can be announced until President fiisen hower makes the official procla mation. Master dies and engraving plates are made at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing with both "1958" and "1959"^ dates to permit AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD f A , P*. 3, If 59 1 9 QUESTION! 1 am thinking bout applying ceramic tile to our bathroom. But t can't figure out how those tiles are cut in order to make them fit around electrical switches and fixtures. Is this a difficult job and how can it be done? ANSWER: It's a difficult job with ordinary tools. It's compare- .ively simple with the proper tools — a tile cutter and nipper pliers. The cutter is used for sllc- COU.B& P80WC& Robert Taylos of Riverdale, N. D. "It's most important to my parents that I go where my brothers my father, and my uncles went," nsisted William K. Jackson of 3oston. "An excellent curriculum and a well-rounded extra curricular program," decided Joel Tuber of 3rooklyn. They Want Fun Too Those who aren't worried about acceptance also count heavily on grades. "My scholastic record in high school would get me into any college," says a Georgia boy with placid confidence. Either the youngsters are following their parents' advice or the parents are trailing along with their children's wishes. Eighty per cent of the teeners said their parents preferred the teener's choice of a college. There were a variety of suggestions for improving the college picture — building more schools, enlarging existing ones and limit- \\ Axe" Johnson's DECEMBER SPECIAL QUESTIONS ASKED •Do you plan to go to college? Do your parents want you to go to college? If you plan to go to college, are you worried about your chances of getting into the college of your choice? Why? •Are your parents worried? Why? If you can't get into the college you prefer, do you think you might have trouble getting into any other college? Would you want to go to a "second choice" college? If no, why not? •Do you have a definite college in mind? If yes, why did you choose this college? Is the college you have in mind the one your parents prefer? •Which factors do you feel are most important in gaining admittance to the college of your choice? prompt printing of stamps outdoor chai*0 lounge (of the patio in back of our house, but haven't quite decided whether to use springs, webbing or clothesline under the loam rubber pad, 1 know clothesline would be the cheap* est, but will it hold up under the weight of a heavy person? ANSWER: Both webbing or clothesline would be cheaper than springs, but springs probably would last longer. The clothesline would be strong enough, regard less of whether you used the regular type or the plastic. The plastic might hold up better under alternate wet and dry weather conditions. gently only if there are enough intelligent people to run it," wrote Earl S m y t h e of Denver. Like many of his contemporaries, he felt any student should be permitted to go to college — but should be dropped speedily if he can't do the work. Asked why they wanted a college education, teenagers replied with the standard reasons of preparing for better jobs or general self improvement. You have to listen to informal, private conversation to hear another big, basic reason. A tremendous proportion of teenagers want to go to college because they are looking forward to an active social life—proms, football weekends and campus fun. Wales is the only part of the British Isles where gold has been ound. It was first mined by the ing admission to those with ability to do college work. "The world can be run intelli- Legal Notice Red River Volley Bugs Resist DDT Sprays Potato beetles in Minnesota's Red River Valley apparently have ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION TO SELL REAL ESTATE 9TATE OP MINNESOTA, County o» Mnwcr—ss tn Probate court In Re Estate of Ole Colbjornson, Decedent. , The representative of said estate!built UP Strong resistance to DDT. Having filed herein a petition to sell, r, ir i, A mn TTn<iw»ltir nf Win- t-ertaln real estate described In said i L.- K. CutKomp. University OI Jvlin- petltlon; IT IS ORDERED That the hearing thereof be had on the 22nd day of December. 1958. at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In Austin, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order In the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated November 24th. 1958. PAUL KIMBALL. JR. Probate Judge, (PROBATE COURT SEAL) BANG. NIBREN3ARTEN * EOVEBSTKN Attorneys for Petitioner Austin. Minnesota Pile No. 11531 Nov. 26. Dec. 3, 10 Legal Notice ORDER FOR REARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION TATE OP MINNESOTA, County of Mower—si, In Probate Court In Re Estate of Louise Marie Mar- In, Decedo&t. The representative of the above arced estate bavins filed his final ccount and petition for settlement and allowance thereof and for dis- nesota entomologist, injected Minnesota and Canadian potato beetles with varying dosages of solutions containing DDT. The Canadian beetles came from an area where DDT had never been used. In the experiment, dosages of DDT that killed Canadian beetles had practically no harmful effect on the Minnesota beetles. Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION TO SELL REAL ESTATE STATE OP MINNESOTA. County Of Mower—us. in Probate Court In R« Estate of Bertha Enrlght, also known aa Bertha O. Enrlght. Decedent. The representative of said estate having filed herein a petition to sell certain real estate described In said petition; thereof be had on the Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION. STATE OP MINNESOTA. County of Mower—as. to Prnbate Court In Re Estate of Rose P. Bally, same person and also known aa Rose Bally! Decedent. The representative of the above named estate having filed his flna account and petition for settlemen' and allowance thereof and for distribution to the persons thereunto entitled; IT IS ORDERED, That the bearing day of De- thereof be had on the Uth ; December 1958, at 4 o'clock '*£ cember, 1958, at 10 o'clock A. M., be- before this Court in the probate cour room in the court house In Austin fore this Court In the probate court Minnesota, and that notice hereo M, 0 ^ , S°V£ f *?i* 'i AUS , £ be S'ven by publication of this orde Minnesota, and that notice hereof be I ,„ the Augt in Dally Herald and by -"" *"• —-"--'-- of thta order in ma ,,ed notice as provided by law. '- — — — "• Dated November 17th. 1958. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Prnbate Juogc (PROBATE COURT SEALl PLUNKETT A PLUNKETT Attorneys for Petitioner Austin, Minnesota File No. 11766 Nor. 19. 26. Dec. the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated November 29th. 1958. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Probate Judge. (PROBATE COURT SEAL) PLUNKETT & PLUNKETT Attorneys for Petitioner. Austin, Minnesota Pile No. 11826 Dec. 3. 10, 17 REGULAR $3.50 VALUE $149 INSTANT COFFEE MAKER & SERVER Wonderful for holiday parties... for glfh! Charming "Snowflake" coffee maker and server of flameproof glass with 22 karat gold trim. Perfect for mixing and serving'4 cups Insjant coffee. Gold-tone warmer included. You save $2.011 Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION TOR DISTRIBUTION STATE OP MINNESOTA, County O Mower—ss. In Probate Court In Re Estate of Edward J. Klefer Sr.. Decedent. The representative of the abov earned estate having filed his flna account and petition for settlemen and allowance thereof and for dls trlbutlon to the persons thereunv entitled; IT IS ORDERED, That the heartn. thereof be had on the 15th day o December, 1958, at 10 o'clock A. M oefnre this t'ourt In the probate cour ,. . ----. - -,--- ----.room In the court house in Austin hat no action or proceeding has been! Minnesota, and that notice hereof b instituted at law to recover the debtjg|y e n by publication of this orde secured by said mortgage, or any part [in the Austin Dally Herald and b thereof, that there Is due and claim-i mailed notice as orovlded by od to be due upon said mortgage, in- Da t«d November Hth, 1958. eluding Interest to date hereof, the - -sum of Eleven Thousand five-hundred seven and 57/100ths ($11.507.57) DOLLARS, and that pursuant to the Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That default has occurred In the conditions of that certain mortgage, dated the 26lh day of May, 1955, executed by Richard L Winter and Gloria M. Winter, husband and wife, as mort- -jaKors to Austin Savings and Loan Association as mortgagee, filed for record In the office of the Register Jf Deeds In and for the County of Mower, and State of Minnesota, on the 8lh day of June, 1855. at 11:00 o'clock A. M., and recorded In Book 184 of Mortgage Records, page 472; Twinkling Christmas Tree 53< Delightful little batltry-operattd Chriitmoi tree twinkles merrily, brings ChrUtmai cheer to every room in your house. You lore 66^1 REGULARLY $1.19 (Itil power of sale therein contained, said mortgage will be foreclosed and the tract of land lying and being In the County of Mower. State of Minnesota, described as follows to-wlt: The North one Hundred fifty (150) feet of Outlot Seventy-two (721, In Decker Acres Addition to the City of Austin, Mower County, Minnesota. will be cold by the aherlff of said county at public auction on the IStb day of December. 1958. at 11:00 o'clock A. M., at the West front door of the Court House In the City of Austin tn said county and state, to pay the debt then secured by said mortgage and taxes. If any. on said premises and the costs and disbursements allowed by law. subject to redemption within twelve months from said date of stale. Dated October 27. 1938. AUSTIN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION A Corporation Mortgagee. RAUDLER & BAUDL1TR By 01TO BAUDLER Attorneys lor the Mortgagee Pot. 29, Nov. 5, 12. 19, 26. Deo. 3 Advertisement PAUL KIMBALL. JR. Probate Judge (PROBATE OOURT SEAL) BAUDLER Si BAUDLER Attorneys for Petitioner Austin. Minnesota Pile No. 11673 NOT. 19. 26. Dec. when the admission date,is determined. The place of issuance, however, is set. It will be Juneau, Alaska. The design of the new airmail features the Big Dipper and North Star as portrayed on the Alaskan flag, superimposed on a map of Alaska. In the bacxground are wooded hills and snow • topped mountains. The color is blue matching the color of the Alaskan flag. As announced in this column previously, collectors desiring first day cancellations of this new stamp may send their addressed envelopes to t h • Postmaster, Juneau, Alaska, at any time, to be held until the adhesive is officially released. Turkey commemorates the 35th anniversary of the establishment of the Turkish Republic by issuing a let of three new stamps. The 25 plus 5 kurus green shows straight cuts; pliers for making irregular cuts. You can, of course, buy both these tools. But it's more advisable to rent them from the place where you purchase the tiles, unless you have more ceramic tile projects to view. N.wWaytoHandl* Rad.ooetivt Waitti CHALK RtVBR, Ont. (AF) Glass brick* dotted wttfc i tecttre glate may pferld« fl»§ key to disposal of fidtoMtfoi wastes. The wastes from atomic ptwrer plants sometimH are stored tn stainless steel tanks and placed in. underground concrete pit! lined with stainless iteel. So far this method till satisfactory at Canada's big atomic plant here. A better way must be found, however, tor these tanks will not last indefinitely. Experiments being carried ont with glass brick* have been encouraging. It takes 9 to 12 months for country style ham to get its righ aged flavor in mormal atmosphere. Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION. STATE OP MINNESOTA. County of Mower—M. tn Probate Court in Re Eatate of Jamea William Thompson, ateo known aa Jamea W, <n<1 J " W " Th ~ QUESTION: The plumbing j Pipes in our house are in bad ' condition and need reolacina. I ' account and petition for settlement * " artri ntljS*nAtt«ta +H«*Anf A « *4 tn* iltm-. know that copper pipe is more expensive than most other kinds, but I'm willing to have it put in if it has advantages. What are these advantages? ANSWER: While copper pipe is more expensive than gome other piping materials, it has several advantages. It has a somewhat ower installation cost because it can be bent- around obstructions and run between studdings and iloor beams without the use of fittings. Copper pipe is rust resistant and, under normal conditions, can be expected to last as long as the house itself. QUESTION: t am making an lomans in the North of Wales. » pa " de , of ' a " ks and P lan ! g The 20 plus 5 kurus sepia de picts a portrait of Ataturk, founder of the Republic. The 15 plus 5 kurus orange illustrates the building of highways. rtbutlon n titled: to the persona thereunto IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing Advance word from Honduras i and allowance thereof and for tribution to the persons thereunto entitled; IT is ORDERED, That the hearing thereof be had on the Und day of December, 1958, at 10 o'clock A. M., (fore this Court In the probate court oom in the court house In Austin. Ilnnesota, and that notice hereof be wen by publication of thle order lu he Austin Dally Herald and by mail' d notice an provided b; law. Dated November 34th, 1058. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Probate Judge. PROBATE OOURT SEAL) AUL B. CROSB Attorney for Petitioner. Spring Valley, Minnesota File No. Ima a set of airmail j be issued next reveals that stamps will Feb. 12. It will honor the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's ., birth. The designs will feature a hereof be had on the 15th day ofiT; np -i_ _-_t_.,jf »u- i__ ,,-u; December. 1958. at 10 o'clock A. M..; Uncoln Portrait, the log cabin before this court in the probate court where Lincoln was born, the Gettysburg Address, Lincoln freeing the slaves, assassination of Lincoln and the Lincoln Memorial in . . .French West Africa hat issued a new 20 franc stamp depicting Moro Nava Sagha, the emperor oi Mossis. . .There were 352,760 first day covers cancelled on Oct. 10 when the U. S. 4-cent Overlanc Mail Centennial commemorative i was released at San Francisco. oom in the court house tn Austin. Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order n the Austin Dally Herald and bv mailed notice as provided bv law. Dated November 17th, 1958. PAtTL KIMBALL. JR. Probate Judge PROBATE COURT SEAL) BAUDLER & BAUDLER Attorney! (or Petitioner. Auatln, Mlnneiota Kile No. 11768 NOT. 19, M, Deo 3 Legal Notice OHDER FOR HEARING ON riNAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION STATE OF MINNESOTA. County of Mower—aa. In Prnbate Court In Re Estate of Henry Lett, Decedent. The representative of the above named estate having filed tola final account and petition for settlement and allowance thereof and tor distribution to the penoni thereunto entitled: IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing thereof be had on the 28th day of December 1958, at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court in the probate court Washington, D. C. France has issued two new stamps to honor the inauguration of UNESCO's permanent headquarters in Paris. The 20 fr. and the 35 fr. show different viewi of the new headquarters. Both bear the inscription "UNESCO — Paris — 1958." STAMP NOTES. , to i s s u e four anti .Cuba plans tuberculosis stamps, all of the 1 centavos value, in four different colors. . .Sweden has issued three new stamps for the centenary of the birth of Selma Lagerlof. . .Laos plans a ser ucxuro wuu wourb lu WIE pruuutc cuun . r ~ room in the court house in Austin. 1 leg of four stamps commemorat- Mlnnesota. and that notice hereof i n » UNESCO So do*« VUt Mum be given by publication of this order ln « UNILHLU. &O aoes Viet Nam In the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice .at provided by law. . Dated December 1st, 1958. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Probate Judge. (PROBATE COURT BEAM CATHERWOOD. HUOHE8 & ALDERSON Attorneys for Petitioner Austin, Minnesota Pile No. 11542 Dec. S, 10, 17 DECORATING GEMS Co/ors of Me year! MUOOf Got* en fast and »oiy No lapping — No spotting Dries in thirty minute* Wathabt* - Mad* with latex Over, 100 gwgeov* colors HARDY'S Paini & Wallpaper 109 West Water Street O BRIEN PAINTS READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS L*t*l Notiot OftDRR FOR HEARIMO ON PETITION FOR SUMMARY ASSIGNMENT OR DISTRIBUTION STATE OP MINNESOTA. COUfltf Of Mower—as. In Probate Court In th« matter of the estate *t Arthur And«non, Decedent. Ruth Anderson having filed * petition In thie court alleging tb»' ana ging uld decedent died Intewtat* that Mid e»t«t« consUta only of the d only NOT. M, Dec. 3, 10 homestead of Mid deoedt&t and such personal property a* 1» exempt from all debt* and charge* In Probate court and praying for a •um- niary alignment or distribution Of said estate to the persona entitled thereto: IT is ORDERED, Thtt the hMrlflg thereof be had on the 30th day of December, 1858, at 10 o'clock A. M., before thl« Court in the Probate court Room in the Court House In Austin. Mlnneiota, and that notice of laYd hearing be given by publication of this order in the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice a* provided by law. Dated December 1st, 1S5». PAUL KIMBALL. JR. Probate Judge. ••• i PROS ATK OOURT SEAL) 8AUTJLER & BATOLER Attorneys for Petitioner. Austin, Minnesota File No. 11847 ' Dee. 1. ie. 17 An exceptionally graceful shell-like tray in a combination of translucent ivory and pastel pink fine china. Trimmed in 24-kt. gold, it is an ample 11 Inches wide. For flowers, candy or as an ath troy. $12.95. : MERRITT'S OPEN EVENINGS - STERLING SHOPPING CENTER When It COM to win H*n,.. tttfn W jet if the bat »Hm! Legal Notice ORDER rOR BEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION STATE OP MINNESOTA, County 01 Mower—« In Prnb»t« Court In Be Estate of Edna Teeter, also known as Edna I. Teeter, Decedent. 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