The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 5, 1958 · Page 10
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AUSTIN (Mmn.i HERAID Fndoy, Dec. 5, 1958 Births AT ST. OLAF HOSPITAL School Menus GRAND IflfcADOW SCHOOL MONDAY - Potatoes, dried beef and gravy sandwiches, des• I wish to thank all my friends sert, milk. 'and customers for their cards.) TUESDAY — Baked beans, meat (flowers and gifts which I received (Sandwiches, dessert, milk. VITAL STATISTICS .. ... _. ., „. ..„. " owtls *" KI s" 1 * wiucii i rcceiveu Mr. and Mr«. Dwd Owen. t004, while j wfls „ t , t t gt Q1 f «U*»1*K lh.HM T\»« C I r Hospital. Thanks also to first floor nurses, nurses aids, Gray Ladies. Baldwin, son, Dec. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Prokes. ti06 North St., son, Dec. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lsuritzen. Austin Rt. 2, daughter. Dec. 4. Deaths MARK VREIZE Dr. Miller and Rev. .Campbell. William Austin. I wish to thank all my friends WEDNESDAY - Wieners and sauerkraut, vegetable sticks, sandwiches, dessert, milk. THURSDAY — Hamburgers, potato chips, pickles, dessert, milk. FRIDAY - Fish sticks, vege- and relatives for cards, and flow- ors. Also thanks to the nurses on first and second floor, Dr. David table, salad, sandwiches, dessert. iil:\Kn * Kr.il/ ti • •«.»»* —-• • •-•»•».»• The body of Mark Vreize, about ^ nderson - Dr " Seer - v - s P ecial -, was found Thnrortnv nt «v. thanks to Pastor Swenson for his milk. IIAYFIELD SCHOOL MONDAY Barbecues, cab- Words als ° <° Red employed by Cuttings Nursery, i Cross " nd ,5' rfly Ladies ' Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Mn Erne4t Bischof( Sr Lucy Vrelze; two sisters, Mrs. Ed- Valley; and relatives UNDER CONSTRUCTION — Brownsdale's .Baptists arc building again. This is the 1 Va story parsonage they are erecting a block north of the church. Brownsdale Baptists Building a Parsonage salad, dessert, milk. TUESDAY •- Mashed potatoes with butter, ham loaf, buttered T ,.,•«.!, . »u i • ui peas, and carrots, butter, bread, I wish to thank my neighbors, . . ,.; Rochestw-i letter-cards 'eifVand HoVers^! WEDNESDAY - Chicken noodle! BROWNSDALE, Minn. -a block south of the Brownsdale seven brothers, Arthur, E a rl', 1 received during mv recent illness ! hot dish ' buttered f orn - bread, jBrownsdale's Baptist Church Is i School. The new three-bedroom Garth, Spring valley; Roy of Aus-i Special thanks to Mrs Philip gutter, honey, sauce, milk, ibuildmg again. ;home will be 1',* stories, with full Un, Burton of Chester. Iowa Lnw-;Hegge, Mrs. William Cress Sr I THURSDAY - Mashed potatoes I It was just over two years ago; basement. The pastor's study rence of Eyota and Harry of Ra- Mrs. Frances Schammel and Mrs> ith hamburger gravy, carrot and, they competed an addition to the j will be on the main floor, cine. ' .Nick Meyer. Your kindnesses will celer - v sticks ' bread ' butter, jelly |Cnurch building and now they are Pastor Occupies Apartment j fruit, milk. .building a parsonage. These are Until the new home is com- j FRIDAY — Tomato soup, crack-1the only major building projectsspieled, the Rev. and, Mrs. Frank ;ers, sliced cold mat, cheese sticks,|the church has undertaken in itsJFeterson will live in an apart- bread. butter, peanut butter, sauce, j88_years. , - jment. The church sold the old par cine. i Nick Meyer. Your kindnesses will Funeral arrangements have not. a ' wavs ^ remembered. been completed. Mrs. Art Schammel Sr. Rose Creek. Funerals , , ., JARVIS - Funeral servic,, for' JuV *nile Arlie Jams, Brownsdale, will! Marie Anhorn, 15, 410 West Wibe held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the' nona > failure to yield the right of Methodist Church, Brownsdale, the i wa y. license suspended 30 days, 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 B e t h a iS y Lutheran Cemetery. Friends may call at the M a r t z Funeral Home, LeRoy, after 2 p.m. Friday. Cord of Thanks I wish to thank all our friends and our customers for their kindnesses and thoughtfulnesses during the time of ray husband's illness. It will always be remembered. Mrs. William Austin. stayed one year. Richard V. Schlinger, 16, 2114 milk. LE ROY SCHOOLS MONDAY — Chili, sliced cheese, crackers, peanut butter sandwich, dessert, milk. TUESDAY - Escalloped pota- East McKinley, drag racing, lie-,toes and ham, carrot sticks, honey ense suspended 45 days. sandwich, bread and butter, fruit John D. Burke, 17. 1016 Glea- jello, milk, son, failure to yield right of way, WEDNESDAY —Barbecue ham- license suspended 15 days, stayedj burger, potato chips, sandwiches, six months; driving car without:apple crisp, milk, speedometer, warned and releas.j THURSDAY — Mashed potatoes, creamed wieners, buttered The new parsonage is one blockjsonage building to raise part of the north of the church, and is about!new building fund. The church purchased two lots and broke ground this Fall. Drake Brothers, Brownsdale, were awarded the general contract, with a clause allowing members of the church to work on the job. The men must agree to work at least a half day when they report on the job. They are paid at. regular rates and then they turn their wages into the church's building fund, a good way of keep- Ing track of donated labor on the $13,000 project. Volunteer Workers There has been a good turnout of volunteer workers, especially since the farm work has been finished. Most of the men are farmers or employes of Geo. A. Hormel & Co. who occasionally have some time off. The parsonage is being financed by a building fund campaign. (The various organizations within jthe church have contributed to the 'project. The mortgage on the | church addition was paid off a year ago, just about a year after jthe building program was com- jpleted. There are 125 members in ! the congregation. j The building project is supervised by the board of trustees, Del!mar Browning, Cecil Foster and Neil Johnson, who act as a build- jing committee. Austin Area Servicemen Artel J. Gorman, arrived at Guantanamo Navy Base, Cuba, by way of Puerto Rico, from New York, on the USNS Qibbens. His fiddress: SN 818-10-27 Navy 118 Box 27, c-o Fleet Post Office, New York, N. Y. Sp-4 Duanc R. Nanlz, son o Mr. and Mrs. Raymond O. Naatz Rose Creek Rt. 1, His address RA1749214fl Hq. & Hq. Det. USA IDS APO 28, New York, N. Y. Pvt. Roger W. Graves, eon o Mr .and Mrs. Robert Graves, 100' N. First, has the address: RA 17537139 Co. C 2nd ARB 58th Inf. Fort Hood, Texas. Ruth A. Olson, daughter o Joseph 0. Olson, 1393 Lyndale has been assigned for training an duty as a supply records sp'ecia list at Randolph AFB, Texas. Airman Olson enlisted in th> Wafs in Austin. An Austin High School graduate, she took basi i training at Lackland AFB, Texas Read The Classified Ads. Church Maps Women's Day Women of Sterling Christian Church will bo in charge of the 10:SO a.m. worship services at the church when Women's Day is observed Sunday, they will serve as elders, deacons, ushers and greeters, duties regularly performed by men of the church. Announcement Was made today by the^ReV. John Kerr, pastor. Mrs.' Harold Wlltz, Mineapolis, chairman of the social action department, Minnesota Christian Missionary Society, will use "For the Healing of the Nations" as her topic. The Rev, Mr. Wiltz is pastor of Lake Harriet Christian Church. Suggested bythe International Christian Women's Fellowship advisory cpuncil, the theme will be used by many Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ), around the world in observance of Women's Day. Participating in the program here will be Mrs. Tom Prewitt, Mrs. John Crist, Mrs. Richard Morgan, Mrs. Maurice Geibrok, Mrs. Sam House, Mrs. Terry Srnnl- ley, Mrs. K. W. Ingebritson, Mrs. Mel Johnson. Mrs. Sill WilliarfW, Miss Helen Jane Smith and Miss Joycetyn Morgan. Firemen Look to Luck In Molibu Block Fir* MALISU BEACH, Calif. <AP>Firemen hoped that with luck they might get control today over the big brush fire near here, now in its fourth day and 85 per cent contained. Officials said 18,045 acres in the mountains above this movie colony had been charred and 29 houses and cabins destroyed. The fire fighting force was reduced to about 700;, in contrast to the 2.000 who battled the blaze at its peak. Pelican Rapids Man Sentenced in* Duluth DULUTH, Minn. (AP) - Federal Judge Edward J. Devitt late Thursday sentenced Eugene Klovstad, 22, Pelican Rapids, to up to 12 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to a bank robbery charge. Klovstad admitted the $3,825 holdup of the Erhard State Bank Oct. 4. He was taken into custody Nov. 14 at his wife's home in Tower after having returned from a trip to Mexico. ed. John D. Kerling, 16, 1804 Shel-'corn. peanut butter sandwich, des- don, drag racing, license suspended 90 days. Daryl J. Thompson, 16. 401 W. Oakland, speeding, license suspended 15 days. Municipal Court Ronald E. Miller, Austin Rt. 5, ~ i «••-»••«•••», um, was acquitted of drunken driving, i tered Breen beans, meat sandwich- Fred A. Smith, Currie, Minn.,j es ' gingerbread, milk, careless driving, 50 or 60 days.! TUESDAY — Escalloped pota- sert, milk. FRIDAY - Macaroni and cheese, pea salad, tuna fish sandwich, bread and butter, brownie, milk. ADAMS SCHOOL MONDAY - Chili, crackers, but- He went to jail. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS SANTA /•"NEWlN _ Mft MOOR TIIKIIMRI • NO MORE TUNING! \ WESTINGHOUSE TV /' % % DOES IT FOR YOU ^jjj^^ **»»., ^^l^^m^B EVEN BLINDFOLDED YOU SET PERFECT TUNIN61 WINDSOR: 21* overall diagonal, full 262 iq. in. viewablt area, choice of finishes, (21T218) One touch changes channels and fine-tunes picture and sound—electronically! Yuri ahead, here's the first TV you ntvtr have to tune! One touch changes channels, flne-tunei picture and sound tlectronicatly- f»r more accurately than by hand! Multiple sp«akert for full fidelity sound. "Broad Band" reception means new freedom from service calls. 21" overall diagonal, 262 iq. in. view- abl« area. Bemote control optional. RMINCY, i" dimmer cabinet, piuh-button oD-otf, 11" ovtrtll diagonal, full 262 wj. in. vUwabl* •>•«•, choie* of flniihii. Multipl»»p«»ktrs for full fidelity sound. Wsstinghouse DECKER HARDWARE We Cite S&H Grtteu Stamps OPEN UNTIL 9:00 P. M. TONIGHT Iff I tridfle AUSTIN Ph. HE 3-6424 toes with ham, harvard beets, jelly sandwiches, butter sandwiches, peach sauce, milk. WEDNESDAY _ Goulash, Spanish rice, carrot and celery sticks, toasted cheese sandwiches, chocolate pudding, milk. THURSDAY _ Chicken and gravy on biscuits, stewed tomatoes, peanut butter sandwiches, butter sandwiches, fruit, milk. FRIDAY - Egg salad sandwiches, toasted cheese sandwiches, tomato soup, crackers, apple sauce, sugar cookies, milk. ROSE CREEK HIGH SCHOOL MONDAY — Escalloped potatoes and wieners, cabbage salad, apple crisp, peanut butter and butter sandwiches, milk. TUESDAY — Potato salad, sliced cold meat, buttered peas, cheese sticks, bread, butter and jelly, peach sauce, milk. WEDNESDAY — Creamed chicken on biscuits, celery and carrot sticks, pickles, bread and butter, cherry sauce and milk. THURSDAY— Potato, tomato hamburger hot dish, lettuce salad, pickles, peanut butter sandwiches, cake and milk. FRIDAY — Toasted cheese sandwiches, buttered carrots and peas, baked rice, pickles, brownies and milk. AUSTIN PUBLIC SCHOOLS MONDAY — Wieners and catsup, buttered green beans, bread, butter, milk, apple crisp. TUESDAY — Macaroni and hamburger hot dish, glazed car-) rots, bread, butter, milk, sauce, i WEDNESDAY — Steamed pot-i atoes with chip beef gravy, but-! tered beets, bread, butter, milk,' peach sauce. THURSDAY - Baked beans, cabbage slaw, cheese and peanut butter, fruit jello. FRIDAY — Tomato soup and crackers, cold meat and cheese, bread, butter, milk, cherry upside-down cake. BBOWNSDALE SCHOOL MONDAY — Rice hamburger and tomato hot dish, pickles, peach sauce, light and dark sandwiches, milk. TUESDAY - Mashed potatoes, chicken and gravy, dressing, cranberries, cookies, bread, butter, milk. WEDNESDAY - Bean soup with ham, crackers, vegetable sticks, sliced cheese, apple up-side-down cake, peanut butter sandwich, milk. THURSDAY - Escalloped corn with Vienna sausage, potato chips, fruit jello, peanut butter sandwich, milk. FRIDAY — Creamed potatoes with cheese, buttered green beans, ;pear sauce, peanut butter sandwich, milk. ST. AUUL>ST1\E SCHOOL MONDAY — Holy day — no school. TUESDAY - Chili with crack; ers, peanut butter sandwiches, eel- ery sticks, apple crisp and milk. WEDNESDAY - Ground beef, macaroni and tomato hot dish, buttered green beans, bread and butter, cherry sauce and milk THURSDAY - Baked potatoes with butter, wieners, tossed salad, bread and butter, chocolate pudding and milk. FRIDAY — Salmon patties, buttered corn, cheese wedges, bread cuid butter, pear sauce and milk. Incendiary arrows and Greek, fires were used in warfare as early »t 500 B.C. i ' SUNBEAM BLADE-ELECTRIC SHAVEMASTER RAZOR WITH HI-VELOCITY SHAVING ACTION The only electric razor with a real hollow-ground double edge blade, driven by the most powerful motor in electric shaving. Lightning-fast action of blades gives Hi-Velocity shaves-below the beard line. In three masculine colors. In wall-cradle holder case or handsome gift case. Reg. $27.95, now $17.95. STERLING »<,„,..„ DRUGS Now! For the First Time THE POPULAR NEW LIGHTWEIGHT OLYNPIA PORTABLE TYPEWRITER IS AVAILABLE IN AUSTIN Specially Priced for Christmas $69.50 Including Tax & Carrying Cose Perfect Christmas Gift The OLYMPIA PORTABLE is so ingeniously con. strutted that it offers tremendous features plus top qualify including: Standard key spacing and carriage, position line spacing, visible margin scale, cor- reefing space bar, carriage lock, alignment guides and perfect type alignment — Plus all other leading features. Austin Office Supply 108 N. Main HE 3-8682 PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER All sizes and widths. Scores of patterns from which to choose. Frame your portrait or landscape or any picture you wish. Make perfet Christmas gifts. AUSTIN PAINT WALLPAPER Smith-Corona WORLD'S FASTEST PORTABLE TYPEWRITER The Smith-Corona Silent Super—World's first, fastest and most popular portable—in a complete selection of decorator colors. All office typewriter features including 88 character keyboard. Quickset Margins, Key-set tabulator and Page Gage to determine bottom margin. Touch Selector adjusts keys to most comfortable typing pressure. Luxurious "Holiday" carrying case included. Take up to 2 years to pay. "This Year — Give a Typewriter" NILAN PRINTING CO., ING. 130 W. Maple Ph. HE 3-2055 POLAROID Land CAMERA POLAROID® HIGHLANDER LAND CAMERA The exciting gift that costs less than you think! Ideal snapshot camera—just snap, pull tab, and there's your print—in 60 seconds. New Panchromatic film gives magnificent prints—indoors or out, dim or bright light. Compact, lightweight, easy-to-use—single dial selects correct lens, shutter combination $72.75. Flash optional, $12.95. "Give a Camera This Christmas" LANE'S CAMERA SHOP 402 N. Main Ph. HE 3-8903 124 W Mill $t. HE 3-6848 BRUNSWICK BOWLING BALIS Guaranteed for lifel Truly a gift for a lifetime . . . either the fabulous new Black Beauty or the famous Fireball-both with a Lifetime Guarantee. Only Brunswick, with unmatched confidence in the products, dares to make this guarantee. Our new customatic measuring device assures perfect fit. We guarantee complete satisfaction. Perfect as gifts-priced from $24.95. CUS YOUNG'S AUSTIN BOWL 204 N f Rivtr AUSTIN Ph. Hi 3-4250 Give them a STORY & CLARK piano. for lasting happiness! THE MOST PRECIOUS CHRISTMAS Gin- Would you like to give your children a gift that will bring fun, pleasure and happiness for dozens of Christmases, thousands of days? Give them an exquisite new Story & Clark Piano — so lovely in tone, so beautiful in styling, so easy to playl The cost? — only $3.75 per weekl Let's talk it over! Chaffee Piano & Organ Co. 506 Lansing HE 3-3141 THE NEW FEMININE WAY TO SHAVE Give her a new LADY SCHICK FUTURA Electric Shaver . . . with Gentle-Action Head — one side just for legs, one side for tender underarms. Plus the extra convenience of a start-stop switch. New motor — for faster, closer, smoother shaving. In gift-perfect Hat Box Carrying Case. Only $17.50. Other models $15.95. AUSTIN DRUG at East Water St., Open Nightly 7 days a week THE WATCH OF TOMORROW - TODAY! The world's first Electric* Watch is powered by a tiny energy cell, never needs winding. Remarkably accurate and distinctively styled. (Left) VICTOR Electric is anti - magnetic, shock - resistant, fully adjusted. $89.50. For self-winding convenience. ACCUMATIC V (right) with 17 jewels, waterproof* stainless steel case, luminous dial. $69.50. O.v.'v ILiHitiluii oljun OiHtuitioiul, Stl}-\t mjuig & Elucirig \V*tcbvs! il'tits. l j tuj. 'Ptui'iiieJ jiW /.( rvitotej ij openii SCOVILL JEWELRY STORE 411 N. 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