The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 4, 1958 · Page 13
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 13

Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, December 4, 1958
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AUSTIN THURS., DEC. 4, 1958 PAGE 13 Former Cify Boy fs Winner of Salvation Army Contest Kenneth Johnson, 15-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Johnson, Danube, Minn., earned a $25 U. S. Savings Bond prize as second place winner in the annual Salvation Army Corps speakers contest, Chicago, Nov. 13. Former Austin residents, the Johnsons were active in the' Austin and Albert Lea Corps before moving to Danube last April, and they are. now affiliated with the Scandinavian Corps, Willmar. Kenneth is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Henderson, T a o p i, and nephew of. Mrs. W. J. Remer, Le Roy. Contestants from 11 states took part in the contest at the Salvation Army Temple Auditorium. corps assistant, accompanied him to Chicago. A sophomore at Danube High School, Kenneth also assists his Father, a plumbing and heating engineer. Other activities besides corp work include membership in the school band and chorus, appearing with the family quartet, and raising rabbits at his home south of Danube. Sen, Holand National Sessions State Sen. .P. J. Holand. Austin Kiwanis Club Pays Tribute to 4-H Leaders .Austin Kiwanians and Kiweens paid tribute to the work of Mower County 4-H Club leaders at a dinner at Westminister Presbyterian Church. Laryngitis brought two last- minute shifts in the program. Leonard Flannery, Kiwanis vice president, pinch-hit for President Merrill G. Rolfson, in the address of welcome, and Dr. Doyle Rich' ardson substituted for Clarence Burgeson as toastmaster. Flannery emphasized that club members were well aware of the Attends!great service performed for young people by 4-H leaders and that the community and nation benefited. Responds for Leaders In responding for the 4-H leaders, Mrs. Neil Rolfson lauded Ki- is attending the biennial general i assembly of states in Chicago as a delegate of the Minnesota Leg- wa " ians1 ^ their youth program islature. In charge of the state * lthin thc Cltv - *e explained that . Kenneth's topic was based on the governments convention is LeRoy j the , p " rp ° se , of commandment "Thou Shalt Not * any to teach commandment, "Thou Shalt Not Bear Valse Witness," chosen by headquarters for senior competitors. Before speaking at Chicago, olli or of Flori( , . Kenneth contests, won four appearing preliminary at wmmar * W, was "<* proficiency in skills ident of the Council of State Gov-!™ *.^I™* f 60 ? 1 ! ^elop ernments. Subjects which delegates are along wholesome lines into happy useful citizens. Donald Hasbargen, Mower Coun considering include: atomic ener-|t y age nt and a former Kiwanian av wnfei* roemirpptt nerert rlflvone 4*>t*.A»4 ;« i-»iu..t« *« iu n ... A «l. ~. Danube, Minneapolis, and the semi and final deliveries at Chicago. Following his victory, Kenneth gave his speech' at the Lakeview Salvation Army Corps, Chicago, where he was guest. His parents and Lt. Leonard Johnson, Willmai 1 , ... , aged citizens, I joined in tribute to the work school curricula, metropolitan 1 4-H leaders, attributing much area planning, veterans' affairs, | the rural areas progress to the mental retardation, defective delinquents effective state governments and federal-state relations. Read The Classified Ads. TOY LAND Two Austin men today were . . taken by Sheriff Al Reinartz to Russia will be open to commun- „„,„,,_, . . ty ambassador candidates tliis, the St ' Cloud ^ efo ™atory to be- year, Mrs. Gordon White, 1959 am Bin serving sentences in Dist. REHEARSAL FOR "COD'S TROMBONES" — Lois Heimer and Daniel Dutcher have the choreography for "God's Trombones," in the Pacetli High School orchestra and chorus concert Sunday night. Russia Open ; 2 Start Terms I Will Outline to Next Year's at St. Cloud Ambassador 1 bassador committee laid today. "This is the irst time the Russian government ias per mitted Americans to visit ssfti and live with a Russian a m i 1 y," Mrs. White explainect. 'We hope t h e Austin ambassador will be able to take advantage of this tions.'' Other lifting of Mrs. White travel reside nations on the list this Spring Tour Plans Sunday Explanation and registrattofi fop the Austin YMCA Easter Setnlhat will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Fellowship Hall, St. Dint Lutheran Church, Seminar DireC- Itor Cliff Maxwell announced tft- day. Interested students and their parents are invited Co attend the session and hear detailed expla* nation of the program and ( e,6 movies of previous trips. The trip this year will include besides the extended tours Of- Washington D. C. and New York. Advisers on the trip besides Oakland, 22, Lyle, involved in the Maxwell will be Ed Bork, Duari* series of thefts, will be taken to ( Rasmussen and Fred Kraft. '•• the reformatory when committ- Worthington and Winona high chairman, i Judge A. C Richardson's court. | Harold LuVern Andrews, 26, wasj sentenced up to five years Tues- i day in connection with chicken 'theft and a series of other thefts cleared up by Reinartz and deputies in October. Kneal Hinders, 38, was sentenced Monday, for a term not to exceed three years for criminal negligence in the traffic death of Lowell Fretty about eight miles south of Austin on Highway 05. | Oide Olson, 31, and Or clean year are Austria, Belgium, Brazil.iment papers are received. Both, schools also will participate in thi Chile, Denmark, Finland, Ger-jmen also received a sentence up program with Austin. The 12-day many, Great Britain, Greece, Hoi-;to five years, land, India. And Israel, Italy,'Japan, Mexico, Syria, Nigeria, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and Yugoslavia. France is open to per sons who speak French while all others are open to persons whose WILL ATTEND POW WOW HAYFIELD, Minn. - Hayfield Boy and Cub Scout leaders will long hours of volunteer service by club leaders. Wilbur Funk led the Austin High School choral group in songs and encores were required. Paul Knode, IFYE student, now farming near LeRoy, gave a report on his extended visit to farm areas in San Salvador. He used colored slides to illustrate. Cites Farming Methods Knode told of farming methods in the Central American country and showed souvenirs, including a machete used in the sugar cane fields as well as for protection against snakes. Importance of coffee production and its expert to the United States and Scandinavian countries was explained. Knode urged travelers to foreign Woman Hurt in Car Collision A Chatfield woman suffered facial cuts and bruises and a possible hip injury Wednesday when she was thrown .from her car in collison 5 l .fe miles northeast of Grand Meadow. Emma Ferguson was taken to St. Marys Hospital, Rochester, tor treatment, but a physician said her f condition is not serious. She was alone in her car which started to swerve on a rise over a hill and skidded into the path of an oncoming car driven by Leland D. Alger, Ostrander. Deputy Sheriff C. H. Halstenson said the woman, a dance instruc- I countries to get off beaten tor, Lea was on her at the time tourist paths and to mingle with collision, natives to "really get to know their ways." A. W. Malcomson was banquet' arrangements chairman, way to Albert of the 1 p.m. Both cars wound up in the ditch only language is English. Candidates for the program must be between the ages 19 and 35 andj must agree to speak before the Farmers Union HearSJ sponsoring organizations, making ' reports on the summer trip. attend a Gamehaven Council pow wow at Rochester Sunday. The session is for den mothers and pack committeemen. trip will begin March 19, 1959 with return scheduled for March 30. SELL CHRISTMAS WREATHS RICEVILLE, Iowa — Boy Scouts at Riceville are selling Christmas wreaths and greens this week, Proceeds of the sale will finance a trip to a hockey game. Ray Grasdalen j GRAND MEADOW, Minn. -' Several organizations already have made investments in the 1959 the car, Halstenson said. A passenger in the Alger car, Darrell Alger, Dickens, Iowa, suffered minor leg bruises. Damage of $500 was done to Alger's car and $250 to the Ferguson vehicle. 3as Siphoned From ?lanes at Airport Theft of gasoline from planes at the Austin Airport is under investigation. Thieves are apparently driving out to the airport nights and siphoning gas. Virgil Jacobson, 817 Gleason, re\ ported a 22 rifle stolen from his car. nesota Farmers Union district supervisor, spoke to the .Grand Meadow Farmers Union Monday at the Legion Rooms. Miss Edith Urban, Racine, the local's delegate to the state convention, reported. Mrs. Leonard Hedstrom was elected delegate and Clarence Capelle, Spring Valley, alternate, to the Washington Campaigners tour. Miss Kathleen Berg gave two tap dance selections. National Bank, treasurer. ambassador fund Trail Blazers Elect Enright President Everett Enright was elected president of the Mower County Trail Blazers Saddle Club Wednesday night. Other officers are Harold Rien- menn, vice president; Eleanor Wil- jcox, secretary; and Joy Morrell, Mrs. Charles Kerrins, Mrs. Carljtreasurer. Delegates'to the South- Teig and Mrs. Maynard Hedstrom served lunch. 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