The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 4, 1958 · Page 16
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 16

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16 AUSTiN (Minn.) HtHAlO Thursday, D«c. 4, 1958 IOWA NEWS BUILDERS PRESIDENT DBS MOtNES (* - H. L. Morftheftd, Jr., Cedtr Raplda, j presided hire today as new pmi- Henl of the Master Builders of low* M it went into final session! of the two-day convention. FLT1NG FIELD USE OSKALOOSA «B - Mayor Char-'; lea Brown was informed by the; General Services Administration i Wednesday that a former naval' flying field would be turned over to the city for use as a municipal airport. ATHLETE KILLED RED OAK «n — Larry Orr, 17, a Corning High School athlete, was! killed aarly Wednesday in an auto accident on U. S. 84 about half a mile east of here. LAND PROGRAM DES MOINES UP! — A far reaching program of land acquisition I and development of state parks, recreation areas and hunting and fishing facilities over the next 10 years was proposed to the State Conservation Commission Wednesday. , FLU CASES DES MOINES tffl - Iowa Is having some cases of flu this fall but it is occasional and scattered in its incidence and not bunched up into epidemic form, the State Health Department said Wednesday. NO REASON FOR CONCERN DES MOINES W) — Although Gov. and Mrs. Herschel Loveless are in Israel where artillery duel- ling was reported Wednesday on the Israel-Syrian frontier, the governor's office said it saw no reason for concern over the safety of Iowa's first couple. TAX REVENUES INCREASE DES MOINES (£l — Both cigarette and beer tax revenues increased last month in comparison to the same month last year, the Iowa Tax Commission reported Wednesday. CLAMPS ON DRIVERS DES MOINES U) — The Des Moines school board has decided to put some stringent clamps on high school students with cars. The board Tuesday adopted new rules which forbid students to drive cars during school hours, including the lunch period, unless special permission is obtained. CIVIL DEFENSE COURSE COUNCIL BLUFFS W-Twenty persons have begun a three-month course here, and if they stick it out they'll know how to monitor radioactive fallout. Charles Kjar, instructor, opened the Civil Defense course with a session divided between orientation and an introduction to the physical aspects of nuclear, weapons. CONTROL WATER DRIVING DES MOINES «•> — It could be that boat drivers, like car drivers, will have to get a state license and be mbject to a "point system" to control their driving on water. Enactment of such a state law had the backing Wednesday of the Iowa Conservation Commission which proposed the idea. Fire Chief Gets 'Hot Note' During Talk ANADARKO, Okla W) - Fire Chief Roy Taylor has been called to a lot of fires in a lot of ways,— even by a note. Taylor and other firefighters were attending a class in thej latest methods when someone slipped him a carefully written message. It was dated, and gave the exact location. Firemen rushed from! class and put out the blaze. * if * * * * * STAR * * * * CREAM TOMATO SOUP Poodle's Owner Escapes Damages CORONADO, Calif, (fl _ R e . tired Marine Corps Maj. Gen.' Walter G. Farrell testified he was bitten by a Chinese poodle. He ! had sued retired Navy Capt. Theo-! dore J. Schultz, the poodle's! owner, for $100,000 damages. 1 Schultz' attorney contended! Farrell was bitten by his own! Labrador retriever while separat-' ing the fighting dogs. The jury denied any damages. CAMPBELL SOUPS WITHOUT MEAT CREAM OF CELERY, VEGETABLE, CREAM PEA, PEPPER POT, BLACK BEAN and OTHERS SOUPS.. 7—99' CAMPBELL SOUPS WITH MEAT VEGETABLE BEEF, CHICKEN NOODLE, CREAM OF CHICKEN, BEEF NOODLE SOUPS.. 6-99' CRACKERS 29 CREAMETTES . . . 2 25c REGISTER FREE AT FLAME ROOM COFFEE DISPLAY FOR FLAME ROOM DRIP or REGULAR ROYAL NORSEMAN - ALL METAL DAD Of l?n TO BE AWARDED DUD dLLIJ SAT., DEC. 6, 1958 YOU NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WINI Lb. Can MARX ELECTRIC TRAINS Complete with Track, Cars and Transformer Only SWANSDOWN - WHITE, YELLOW, CHOC, or BUTTERSCOTCH CAKE MIXES 4 «• $1.00 MIX or MATCH VEGETABLES Harge's Tomatoes, Owatonna Corn, W.K. or m T1NS FOB . Cream Style or Peas. * TINS FOR 7 99 ( "Food for Thot . . About Food SLICED FROM LEAN BOSTON BUTTS POBK STEAK -j—.•__,^ m ^^_ —i ^_ CHOICE GRADE-BLADE CUTS BEEF ROAST LB. LB. 49 —^—•—..«• 59 LEAN, BOSTON BUTT By Glen Nelson This is the time of year that we are all thinking about Christmas shop* ping. How better can this be done than with our GIANT STAMPS? Our Redemption Center, located right here •at our Super Market, is chuck full of the most beautiful gifts that you might want to give or receive. I would like to invite everyone to browse around our Redemption Center and see for yourself. There are a lot of pros and con's concerning stamps. I don't think I can be a fair judge whether we should or should not have them. I'll put it this way, It seems to be what the lady customer wants. It gives the housewife the opportunity to save for that she > Glen Talks About Giant Stamps different items that she would like to have, but reluctant to take the money from the family budget to purchase. We, here at Nelson's, believe that most stamp plans don't go far enough, in that most stamp plans will only redeem In premiums. Our Giant Stamp Plan allows the customer to redeem for premiums, cash or in-store merchandise. Thia means that if you don't see the gift you like you can always take the cash and buy it where ever you choose. You would be surprised how often I hear this re. mark . . , "My husband forgot to leave me some money. I'm sure glad I had my Giant Stamps to fall back on." You may remember this, Ladies, a *aver book filled with Giant Stamps is good for cash any time the store is open. You're never "broke" when you have a Giant Stamp saver book of stamps in the house. PORK ROAST SEMI-BONELESS LB. LITE SELECT SPARE •RIBS.. tency PRODUCE JUST ARRIVED, MED, SIZE FLORIDA TANGERINES 2 49' THE SALAD FRUIT - 10. SIZI AVOCADOS..2 29c FRESH, CRISP CARROTS ... 9 CELLO BAG J|C Dairy Foods PILLSBURY ICE BOX COOKIES ... 2 79 Peanut, Cocoanut, Sugar and Butterscotch Includt* 25 Cookie Decals KRAFT CHIP DIP.... 35 Chivo, Pimento, Olivo Pimento Pineapple. Free Samples. CRACKER BARREL CHEESE BARS sharp 49c MMIOW 47c FROZEN FOODS NIFTY - ONE MINUTE IN A TOASTER 6 WAFFLES IN A PKG. £||C CREAMETTI WAFFLES 10 POT DINNERS Spaghetti and Meat Beef Goulash Tuna Dinner FRESH, HOME BAKED - BAKING POWDER BISCUITS 6 , 19c OLD FASHIONED NUT LOAF EACH 54* OLD FASHIONED POTATO BREAD 27c LOAF Lb. HORMELDAIRY BRAND SMOKED COTTAGE ROLLS AUSTIN'S LARGEST INDEPENDENT HONE OWNED SUPERMARKET YOU'RE INVITED TO ATTEND NELSON'S PARTY NIGHT Tonight 6-9 P.M. FREE ELEC. TRAIN, MIXER and MANY OTHER PRIZES. Coffee, Cake & Cookies Treats for the Children Plus . . . You may win a week's supply of groceries on the WHEEL OF FORTUNE VALUABLE COUPON ONE ONLY, 5.0Z. BEAUTIFUL Juice Glass Regular 39c Value •• H VV WITH THIS COUPON u Dec. 6, One Coupon Par Family, Adults Effective Dec 4 thru 1958 Only

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