The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 4, 1958 · Page 14
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 14

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OPEN 8:30 A.M. »o 9:00 P.M. Printing Says: All PRODUCE UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTIED PRINZINGS Garden Spot of Southern Minnesota North of Austin On Highway 218 Th« eltnn Ma*on It her*. The firit toed of Tcxai Tree Ripened Oranges and Grapefruit tiai arrived. Due to excellent growing conditions, tht« season premises to be the b«st for Texot Citrus In years. RUBY RED Tree Ripened GRAPEFRUIT Extra Sweet & Juicy 10 49 BUSHEL CARTON $2.59 TEXAS TREE RIPENED ORANGES Guaranteed Sweet A Juicy 20-LB. Mesh Bag $159 BUSHEL CARTON $2.99 W AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Thursday, Dec. 4, 1958 Teens Get Jail for Drinkinr Strong Beer Two 17-year-old Austin boys were Riven jail terms in Municipal Court for possession and con- suption of strong beer. Judge Kenneth K. McMillan sentenced Larry Gartner, 1808 Elizabeth, and John Robert Krull, Austin Rt. 1, to 30 days each in the county jail. A previous 30-day suspended sentence against Krull for a similar offense in October was revoked and he must 1 serve a total of 60 days. The two were apprehended Nov. 8 by Austin police and were transferred from Juvenile Court. Christmas Tree Headquarters FOR THE AUSTIN AREA Wholesale & Retail We feature Shedless Montana-Grown Christmas Trees. Every tree stands individually on our lot for easy selection. Ample Supply Of EVERGREEN FIR ROPING also WHITE FIR ROPING Mo| (e Your Own Wreaths fr Decorations This Year And Hemenway, Larson fo Address DFL HAYFIELD, Minn. — Dodge County DFL members will hear Ray Hemenway, state DFL chairman from Albert Lea, at their meeting Monday in the Hayfield Legion rooms. State Rep. Alf Larson, Hay field, also will speak. Gas Station, 2 Cars Damaged A gas station and two ears were damaged In a collision at 10:05 .m. Wednesday at Oakland and ixth, police reported today. A car driven by Elmer D. Loock, Wisconsin Rapids. Wls., and another drive by Carol M. Swank, Elmhurst Addition, collided at the ntersection with the Loock car hitting the Sinclair Gas Station damaging the side, window sill and light .standard. Damage of about $100 was done to the station, police reported. Damage of $25 was done to the parked car of George E. Thomson, 138 Clinton, Mapleview, by a lit-run driver about 8 p.m Wednesday. The car was parked at Grove near First. A tollision at 6:20 p.m. Wednesday at Lansing and Greenwich caused $20 damage to the car of Judith Medgaarden, Austin Rt. 1, and no damage to the car of Guy Matthews, 611 N. Greenwich. 'Silver Bells 1 Mixer Slated for Students Modernistic bell mobiles,' susp- pended from the ceiling to cast himmering reflections of back Wound lights, will enhance the Sil rer Bells" Mixer, Friday night or Austin High School students. Sponsored by the Dirk and 2 Movies Slated 'or Hayfield Legion HAYFIELD, Minn.—Two movie "Back to God" and "It's Great to be a Legionnaire" will be shown at the Hayfield American Legion post meeting tonight. An oyster stew will be served. Shrine Head to Miss Stew in His Honor President John Jones, away on business, will miss the annua meeting of the Austin Shrine Club tonight. The oyster stew, planned in Jones', honor, will be served a Masonic Hall following the 7:30 election and annual reports. ble Club, the mixer will be held n Chrlstgau Hall from 9:30 to 1:30 p.m., following the Rochester basketball game. The sale of homemade popcorn balls and Christmas candy will supplement the usual concessions, Miss Ann Levorson, club adviser said. Georgia Sanford, general chairman, is being assisted by the following committees! Posters — Dave Weidemann chairman; Phyllis Dankers, Joan Fenner, Elllne Kelly, Sally Ken tta, Lenora Lawson, Janet Troop and Karen Williams. Band — Gary Evenson. Refreshments — Roberta Law son, chairman; Peggi Bulger, Kar en Crump, Frank Dvorak, Slgr Sitz, Sally Stephenson and Tom Zitnak. Decorations — Rosemary Weal chairman; Natalie Arney, Art Dai ager, Charles Elam, Charles Grn se, Ruth Haakenson, Phillip John son, Patricia Teff, Anne Wescott Carol Williams and Maryan Wil liams. Ice Is R la ned for 2 Mishaps Icy streets caused two ears to o off the road Wednesday, one ittlng a bridge and the other tip- ing over in the ditch. A car driven by Mrs. Orpha lyers, 408 Mankato, swerved on he icy pavement three miles east in Highway 16 with the car tipping over in the ditch. The highway patrol investigating reported he car a total loss. Mrs Byers suffered only minor bruises in the 8 a.m. collision. At 1:30 a.m. today George Full er, Dexter, slid on the ice at the bridge near the Old Milt with his car hitting the side, resulting in (50 damage. Wilfred Bitten Heads form Bureau Unit ADAMS, Minn. - Wilfred Bissen was elected president of the Adams-Marshall-Lodi Farm Burau unit Monday. Other officers are Joy Lastine, 'Ice president, Mfs. Aaron Huseby, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Wlllartl Ballantyne, reporter. Directors and assistants are Arnold Anderson and Ralph Goergen, Adams; Alois Landherr and Harold Gee, Lodi; and Elmer Studer and Willard Ballantyne, Marshall. Women's chairmen and assistants are Mrs. Huseby and Mrs. Grand Meadow Boys Open Tree Lot GRAND MEADOW, Minn. Grand Meadow Boy Scouts wll open their Christmas tree lot, in downtown Grand Meadow, Satur day. About 30 boys between the age of 1 and 17, will work on ttv project. Proceeds of the lot wil be used to purchase new lent and camping equipment. If the proceeds are sufficient, the troop will pay a portion of the camp fee at Cedar Point or Charles Simme canoe trails, R. A Lamp, scout master, said. William Smith, Adams; Mr«. Richard Knight and Mrs. Jof Nelson, Marshall; and Mr*. Frweis Oil. genbich and Mrs. Joy; Laatlnt, Lodi. , ,' Mary Reagan played; accordion selections and filnd% Saylei, county president, reported on the state contention. HOLD CHRISTMAS PARTY HAYF1BLD, MinnV - Vernon Victory 4-H Club members held their Christmas party Monday. Gifts were exchanged; and a Christmas song sing held. • READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS obin Hood's Higher Protein Richness guarantees better baking! Robin Hood. Flour 5 Meat Loaf Veal - Beef - Pork for Meat Ball* or Reg. Loaf 69 CHOW MEIN MEAT VEAL and LB PORK 89 HORMEL'S WHOLE BEEF LOINS US. Good or Hormel's Merit SIRLOIN and T-BONES Only mei s merit 69 GOLD BONO A STAMPS FREE Coupons Good through Saturday, Dec. 6 GET 50 GOLD BOND STAMPS FREE WITH EACH COUPON ORDER FROM BELOW STAMPS FREE STAMPS FREE LIGHT GROUND BULBS REEF 50 STAMPS FREE STAMPS FREE Grapefruit CREAM WITH THIS COUPON 50 STAMPS FREE WITH THIS COUPON 50 STAMPS FREI BUTTON STRIPS 35c Lb. ONLY 3 « 99c JIFFY CAKE NIX STAMPS FREE FRUIT CAKE BAKER'S CHOC. CHIPS LUTEFISK Just 3 Weeks (21 Days) 'til Christmas!!! Hilger's Fresh or Fresh Frozen Turkeys are still available for your Christmas Dinner. Remember, these birds have NO pinfeathers and are DOUBLE BREASTED. Order early to assure the size you want Capons, Ducks and Geese are also available and waiting your order. DON'T wf All. Austin Super Vnlu 127 W. MIU (NEXT TO PENNEY'S) HOU«S: Week Ooyi and Saturdays, 8 aw. to 6 p.m. — Friday* T.I 9 p.m. FREE DELIVERY ON ORDERS OF $5 OR MORE Order* may be called in for pick up at (tore er delivery. COOKIES 'nil Pound 7Q 1 5 Delicious Varieties SPECIAL NYLON Oiler Sive $1.50 Pound Vaccnm Tin 79 MONARCH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING... 2 69 MAYFLOWER RED PITTED CHERRIES... 2 NO. 303 CANS 49 4 CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP 45 10H-OZ. CANS SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS LB. 80x27* ARCADIA ALASKA SALMON LB. CAN 49° NEW! PIUSBURY BLUEBERRY PANCAKE MIX 13H-OZ. PKG. 29 FOLGER'S COFFEE INSTANT LGE. 6-OZ. 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