The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 4, 1958 · Page 2
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Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, December 4, 1958
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VOIP "*tf^ HEADQUARTERS for s «Vlf.F. STORK 113 North Main Streef CHRISTMAS GIVING! $49.95 VALUE I INCLUDES FREE COOKWARE SET, UTILITY RACK, COOK BOOK Automatic Nesco Roaster Oven fvB 18-qf. copocrrf . . . Toun for on/y $1.25 Weekly Features automatic heat control, signal light, and polished aluminum lid with Pyrex window. 115V, AC only. UL Listed. Matching Table. $6.95 Extra, . S 34 ALL TOYS REDUCED! 10% OFF! 2-AUSTlN (Minn.) HERALD An ftfeof Xmoi Gift 24-pc. Stainless Service for Six Guoronfeed against ruif—ifaln— tarniih "Conquest" pattern is a magnificent solid stainless tableware. Heavyweight set complements your finest table setting. Set includes 6 knives, forks, teaspoons, soup spoons. 12 95 Jail In Time For Christmas Giving! 10% On All Tricycles, OFF! Bicycles and Wagons! Portable Mixer Three-speed selector, pop- out beaters. Pop-Up Toaster Control dial, crumb tray. $f *f 95 Chrome finish. I f let Coffee Maker Keeps 8 to 10 t — 4 95 cups at serving *91 temperature. * Yours for $1.25 weekly A Gift She Will Use All Year Long! WESTINGHOUSE VACUUM CLEANER Smart Canister Type For Efficient Cleaning 37 77 Single Control Electric Blanket Aade of Acrffan, rayon, coffon ... Yourj for $135 weekly New design, with two snaps on each corner, converts from flat blanket to a contour blanket. Durable nyldn binding. Dual Control. Regularly $26.95 ... $21.94. $17 94 S32.tS General Electric Two-Speaker Radio Full tone-light-weight Yours for $1.25 weekly $24.95 Provides outstanding ton al quality in a compact cabinet. Pull-push-on- off-volume control and large, easy-to-read dial. Four tubes and rectifier. Mahogany or white. Table Model Symphonic Hi-Fi Stylish mahogany cabinet Yours for $0.00 weekly '79 99 VITAL STATISTICS Birth* 4 "" 3 Teams Get Into Contest Equipped with V-M 4- speed automatic changer. Shuts off automatically after last record is playec Dual 5V4" speakers. "Ron ette" all-weather crystal cartridge pick-up. Separate controls. WESTINGHOUSE Push Button Reg. $259.95 Sole Priced Now Only SAVE $60.00 $10 Down Delivers It's The "Top Oi The Line" At A "Bottom of the Barrel" Low Price! a. week GOOD/TEAR SERVICE STORES 113 North Main Strett HE 3-3419 Austin, Minnesota AT ST. OLAF HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rabinet, LeRoy, son, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Severson, 1010 Moscow, daughter, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rdhter, Brownsdale, daughter, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Madson, Austin Rt. 3, daughter, Dec. 3. OUTSIDE OF AUSTIN Mr. and Mrs. Karl Queensland. Grand Meadow, son, Dec. 1, at St. Marys Hospital, Rochester. Marriage Licenses Georges R. Haymann, Denver, Colo., and Barbara J. Snater, 503 N. Millfield. Kenneth D. Pederson, Isle, and i Nancy L. Flannery, 103 N. Thirteenth. William B. DeLaney, 311 N. Fifth, and Bonnie L, Loewen, 207 Clinton, Mapleview. Deaths JACOB KNUDSOV Jacob Knudson, 86, Taopi, died early this morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ralph Brown, Dakota, Minn. Surviving are five sons, Rasmus and Conrad Knudson, Spring Valley, Carl Knudson, Ostrander, Clarence Knudson, Austin, Jacob Knudson, Bode, Iowa; three daugh ters, Mrs. Brown; Mrs. Millet Bergland and Mrs. George Vorhees, Elk ton. Funeral services will be helc Saturday afternoon. Funerals Funeral services for Joan Belle and Jean Raynette Blanchfield were held this afternoon at the Worlein Funeral Home, the Rev S. M. Schreitmueller officiating The twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blanchfield,904 Hope were born prematurely Monday afternoon at St. Olaf Hospital Jean died Monday evening am Joan, on Tuesday evening. Surviving are their parents am a brother, John Charles. HOPFE — Funeral services fo: Mrs. Leonard Hopfe, 807 W. Win ona, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Church of Christ, Pasto Herman H. Kooy officiating. In terment will be in Oakwood Ceme tery. Friends may call at the Jor dan Mortuary until noon Friday and at the church until the time HORMEL (Continued from Page 1) ective on Sept. 1, 1958. Wage in creases commencing with Oct. 1 956, have amounted to a total o 38 cents per hour, exclusive o bracketing increases and adjust ments. Rednee Loan Balance "The company continued it of service. The memorials. family prefers Ambulance Runs 8:20 p.m. — Rural Austin to it. Olaf Hospital. Municipal Court John Cahill, 709 Jackson, over- ime parking, $3. practice of making an advanc payment of $1,200,000 on the term o a n, reducing the balance tc (7,200,000, with no payment du until November IS, 19S9. Othe than this term loan, the company had no borrowed monfy at th end of the year. "Management is happy to re port a substantial increase in th number of stockholders in the las few years. The investors in th company now aggregate 2,751 per sons, an increase of 383 in the las five years and 603 in ten years "The company has continued its basic national advertising program on a conservative basis, supplemented by selected sectional advertising of principal products, Hay field, Austin and Lyle Future Farmers 6f America teams won berths in the state poultry and egg Judging contests --Jin Dist. 8 competition at Kenyon Wednesday. Hayfield racked up 821, Austin ?SOtt and Lyle 670H Team coaches are Burt Fuller end Marv Thornsen; Don Ritland; and Curt Stll« well, respectively. Houston and Rushford finished fourth and fifth in Dist. 16. The Dist. 15 winners were Hastings, Kenyon and Wannamlngo, Rayfield's team were the top three individuals in the Dist. 16 division. They were Clinton Wilson, •Toward Wilson and Dale Tiegen. Fourth was Thornton Pratt, Austin; fifth, Roger Jacobson, Hayfield; sixth, Larry Levy and Gary Clark, Austin; and 10th, Doug Graff, Austin. Roger Haugen, Kenron, was high man 'n Dist. 5. Albert Leo Piano Student Rated High An Albert Lea senior at St. Olaf College has become the second piano student of Mrs. Charlotte Donhowe to rate high in a mid- west music contest during the past two years. Phil Knutson, 21. was selected for third place in the Young Artists contest sponsored by the Church to Decide in Education Wing HAYFlBfD, Minn. — A decision whether to build a Christian education Whig will be made by the Hayfield Presbyterian Church Sunday. The proposed building would extend westward from the southwest corner of the present church and would house Sunday achool classrooms and meeting facilities. No cost estimates have been prepared. The congregation will consider Sunday the election of a building committee and fund* treasurer, authorization of a-building fund canvass and authorization of preparation o! preliminary plans. The Rev. George Kluber, pastor, will preside, and Lloyd Kru ger, chairman of the board of trustees, will present the recommendations from the board. BRIDGE RESULTS Austin Duplicate Bridge Club members played 13V4 tablet of Mitchell Movement at the Elks Clubrooms Wednesday night with the following winners! NORTH-SOUTH Dr. F. P. Meany, Joe Schneider, first; Miss Jane Ann Harrl- gan, Mrs. Jack Kentta, second; Mrs. Sig Quale, Mrs. A 0. Patterson, third. "With the recognized improvement in busihess conditions during the last few months and the prevailing optimism for a continuing recovery from the leveling- out or adjustment period,- your company starts the new year with full confidence in its production, sales and administrative personnel to continue th.e progress that our stockholders, our livestock suppliers and our customers expect. Present estimates indicate a larger supply of hogs for the coming year. Livestock feed supplies are abundant. Feeding ratios are conducive to increased production. Your company is in a position to move forward aggressively with the national economy. "Park Dougherty, vice president and director of the company for many years, retired in December of 1957. He continues as a member of the Hormel Foundation. 1 READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Women's Association of the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. He has been a student of Mrs. Donhowe at St. Olaf the past four years and earlier studied under Sadie Bliss Cox in Albert Lea. His next major musical encounter is a month long tour with the St. Olaf Lutheran Choir. He has been in the baritone section of the choir for two years and now leaves with them in the last week of January for a concert tour of 23 cities from Minnesota southward. He is a son of the Rev. and Mrs. Melford S. Knutson, Albert Lea. During her school days, Mrs. Knutson was a member of the St. Olaf Lutheran Choir three years while she studied music with the late F. Melius Christiansen. Phil is a member of the choir, which will start a month's tour in January and his sister, Mary Knutson Olson of An Arbor, Mich., sang in the St. Olaf Choir three years. EAST-WEST Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hrynie- wiecki, first; Gordon Anderson, Al bert Lea, Robert Thill, Rose Creek second; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jorgen "i, third. Ceylon is separated from southeastern India by the Gulf o Manar and Palk Strait. It hat an area of 25,332 square miles. Judge Uses Safe Handle for a Gavel , Municipal Judge Kenneth K. McMillan can raise an eyebrow when sentencing law offenders but now t's the defendants who are rals- ng an eyebrow. The Judge Is using a safe handle, burned off in a burglary, to bring the court to order. Still missing is the regular g«V- el which Just wasn't on hand Wednesday — it's missing and police, Clerk of Court Edna Brandt and Deputy Alphonse McLaughlln hive turned the court upside down looking for the gavel. Police Chief George Roope furnished the makeshift gavel. Someone either walked off with the gavel or else it's tucked away behind some law books. Judge McMillan said this morning that he still has hopes that it will turn up — Tampering with the courts is a federal offense. St. Ansgar Votes $380,000 Bond Issue ST.ANSGAR, Iowa - A $380,000 bond issue for construction of a new St. Ansgar School was approved 556-75 Tuesday, carrying by 85.8 per cent A second question, authorizing spending the $35,000 now in the building fund, on the new school carrjed 488-90. Mrs. Albert Halvorson haa donate a 10 acre tract near the athletic field, aa a achool site. There are 558 students in the S». Ansgar School, which is holding classes la several temporary J«- catlona. NATIf CCHD WEATHER SPECIAL Insulated Underwear Suits • Mm'i 2-PfeM • TK« vMmtte In wtimrii welfht • 100% e* nyfMi tfctlf • hilly IniuUtW with " • A $14.95 Value $Q99 9 NATE'S 123 E. Mill Farmer's & Worldngman's Store Open Mon. & Frl. Nights Austin, Minn. HANSON — Funeral sen-Ice for Mrs. Mary J. Hanson, Corn ing, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Red Oak Grove Lutheran Church, the Rev. Neal Johnson officiating. Interment will be in Red Oak Grov« Cemetery. Friends may call at the Wonein Funeral Home until noon Friday and at the church from 1 to 2 p.m. JARVIS — Funeral services for Arlie Jarvis, Brownsdale, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Methodist Church, Brownsdale, the Rev. William F. Foster officiating. Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Brownsdale. friends may call at the Worlein Funeral Home until 12 o'clock noon Saturday and at the church from 1 to 2 p.m. KNUDSON — Funeral services for Jacob Knudson, Taopi, will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday at the Bethany Lutheran Church, near LeRoy, the Rev. B. F. Molstre officiating. Interment will be in the Bethany Lutheran Cemetery. Friends may call at the M a r t z |M«tewcici«««wiic«ic<c««««««««««icwcww Funeral Home, LeRoy, p.m. Friday. after 2 ^ here Your Family Shopping Dollar Goes Farther PRE-CHRISTMAS SALES SPREE STRESSING "PRACTICAL" WANTED ITEMS AT ROCK BOTTOM LOW PRICES I! I i Card of Thanks I wish to thank all my relatives, neighbors and friends for all the cards, gifts and visits while I was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Spe-' eial thanks to Dr. Leek, Rev. Kach- j el, nurses, nurses aids and Gray! Ladies. God bless you all. Mrs. Mallas Peck. I wish to thank my relatives, _ friends, neighbors and the ClubjJJ Auxiliary for visits, cards, flowers I *J 100% PURE WOOL MISSES' - LADIES' SLACKS $5.00 colorful pleldi in tiiei 8 thru 18. • Imported quality • a regular $11.95 value • 200 pair to go at this low price. MEN'S COTTON 2-PIECI Thermal Underwear $199 Undershirt * Drawers EACH PIECE • A reg. $2.91 V.lue • Sim S-M-L-XU • Sure cold weather protection • A gift any man will appreciate. EVERYBODY NEEDS ONE ... heavy fleeced Sweat Shirts ... 97c • mm't »lie» S-M-L • random color only JUST RECEIVED man's fine combed cotton TURTLE NECK Polo Shirts . . . $1.98 ook your best FOR THE Holidaus Values to $75.00 Men's, Name Brand SUITS $29.90 Latest styles and fabrics, ilzes to fit all, regular, short, long and stouts. • Tailored to perfection by the leading suit mfgs. in the country. SUPER VALUES IN MEN'S HOLIDAY DRESS UP APPAREL-HUGE SAVINGS Top Coats . $28.90 up Sport Coats . $9.00 up Dress Hats . $3.99 up Dress Shirts . . $2.99 Sport Shirts. $2.49 up Dress Gloves. $2.49 up Mufflers . . $1.49 up Sweaters . . $3.98 up Ties . $1.00 & $1.50 GIFT CERTIFICATES USE YOUR GOOD CREDIT NO SERVICE OR CARRYING CHARGE $1.00 HOLDS YOUR SELECTION UNTIL WANTED CHRISTMAS GIFT WRAPPING AT NO EXTRA COST and gifts sent to me while I was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Special .thanks to the priests of Queen' of Angels, St. Augustine, the Le-l gion of Mary! my doctors, Rosen-! ;hal and Sargent, nurses and nurses second floor aids and the Gray Ladies who were so nice to me. Your kindnesses will always be remembered. Mrs. Henry Kotlaba, Blooming Prairie, Minnesota. I wish to thank the priests of St. Augustine and Queen of Angels]* parishes, nurses, nurses aids, all doctors, all my friends, neighbors! and relatives for their prayers, I cards and gifts. Special thanks to ihe Red Cross who worked so hard to get our son home from the Navy on emergency leave during my long stay at St. Olaf Hospital. May g God bless you all. IV Francis Donovan. i* NATE'S-FAMttY HEADQUARTERS FOR JACKETS-NATE'S VSftS &SSP8S/S OF . J ^cK s T T KVo EL S T so'!?!fi.l5 ES. nWfcOTO'SS'.tf'Sa KSJSS} NATE 5. x—~» MEN'S CAR COATS, reg. val. $19.95 now low priced at $14.90 BOYS' CAR COATS, regular $14.95 now just $12.90 MEN'S WARM PARKAS, finest quality, were $18.95 now just $15.90 BOYS' PARKAS, warm as toast, were $10.95 ;. now just $8.88 ZIP OFF HOODS GIRLS', MISSES', LADIES' CAR COATS, prices start at low $8.90 up CHILDREN'S CAR COATS, SNOW SUITS, ETC priced low from $6.90 up MEN'S SUR-COAT STYLE JACKETS, terrfic selection $11.90 up MEN'S WORK JACKETS, outstanding line, every wanted style $3.99 up LEATHERS, BOMBER STYLES, TANKERS, ARMY, NAVY SURPLUS JACKETS . . . YOU SAVE PLENTY ... WHEN YOU SHOP NATE'S FOR JACKETS! LEFSE DEMONSTRATION Come into "Axe" Johnson's all day Friday for FREE lefse and coffee served by factory representative. Uite Plate CIO OR New Price 9lv*9V With Cover AXE JOHNSON HOWE. Ill I. Mill e Hi 3-3250 Rubber Footwear Buys For The Family MEN'S DRESS ZIPPER OVERSHOES MEN'S 4 or 5 BUCKLE OVERSHOES VV.7? Pr. , reconditioned $4.49 Pr. genuine surplus Boy*', Zipper OVERSHOES Boys', 4 buckle DRESS OVERSHOES Men'f WORK RUBBERS Insulated Rubber BOOTS "converse quality, reg $19.95 Value Misses'. Udta', Leather SNOW BOOTS Christmas Giit Suggestions Ice Skates , . . $4.90 up Wrist Watches . . $6.99 up Binoculars . . . $6.90 up FISHING GEAR . . . Spacial Low Prices Men's Pajamas .$3 49 up DRESS AA Pair sox 09C &u P UNPERWEAR, "Hqines", "Fr y it of Loom" Ladies' Lounging A A ^l"f SHOES, DRESSES, BLOUSES, -JEWELRY, ETC. 3 The Farmer's and Workingman's Store Open Monday and Friday Night* For Yovr Convenience 123 I. MILL NATE CHESIN, Owner Phone HE 3-5166

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