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More Parking TkMs in Past Month More narking tickets were !?• sued and police had a few more arrests in November than the previous month, but there were fewer Juvenile offenses according to Planning Group Gets Change-of- f ACELLI HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA IN CHRISTMAS CONCERT SUNDAY NIGHT City May Get *PI D/wUU tOf A request for a change-of-use of the Ryther property on North Kenwood for construction of a service station will be submitted to the City Planning Commission for study before final action of the City Council. • The controversial issue was argued Friday night at a second hearing, the Council having turned down the petition at a previous one. gas station by the Champion Oil SANTA COMING HERE MONDAY Attorney Wallace Sieh appeared for the Ryther brothers who are asking their residential property at the southwest corner of Kenwood and Victoria be changed to commerical for construction of a Students to See 'St. Joan' at U. When the University of Minnesota Theater curtain rises on George Hernard Shaw's "St. Joan" Sunday 41 Austin High School Dirk mid Bauble Drama Club members will be present, accompanied by Miss Ann Levorson, adviser. Arrangements for bus transportation are being handled by Jon Nelson and Larry Wilson; Natalie Arney and Maryan Williams are in Charge of securing chaperones. Chairman of the registration committee, Nancy Haase, has been assisted by Charles Grose, Sally Stephenson, Rosemary West and David Wiedemann. Members who will attend this matinee performance include Jeanne Armstrong, Natalie Arney, Lynda Camm, Judy Cook, Karen Crump, Phyllis Dankers, Carole DeRose, Charles Elam, Eddie Flitton, Charles Grose, Ruth Haakenson, Nancy Haase, Jean Hegstad, Terry Jepsen, Phillip Johnson, Royer Johnson, Elline Kelly, Sally Kentta, Fred Knudsen, Roberta Lawson, Gretchen Lemmerman, Beverly Nelson, Jon Nelson, Judy Olson, Carolyn Radke, Sigri Sitz, Marvin Slowinski, Marilyn Speten, Sally Stephenson, Patricia Teff, Janet Troop, Sharon Tverberg, Bonnie Watt, Anne Wescott, Rosemary West, David Wiedemann, Karen Williams, Maryan Williams, Larry Wilson, Sharon Wright and Tom Zitnak. Mrs. DeLoney Heads Lyle Troop Mothers LYLE, Minn. — Mrs. Gene DeLaney was elected chairman of the Troop Mothers Auxiliary of Lyle Boy Scout Troop 120 Wednesday. Other officers are Mrs. Conrad Dyrland, vice chairman; Mrs. Delmer Helfritz, secretary • treas- Co. Petitions Oppose It The Council had before it one petition with 73 signers favoring the change in the property's uie, and a petition with 80 names opposing t. Sieh argued that the area along the highway is naturally commercial, that a service station would be an 'improvement over the present condition of the Ryther dwelling, that it would not depreciate the homes in the nearby residential area, and as a commercial site it would be more valuable to the Rythers and also to the city in obtaining mdre taxes. S. W. Robinson, who lives across from the site, contended there is no need there fcV the gas station, that the Freeway will reduce traffic on North Kenwood, and there are many new homes in that section of the city which would be depreciated in value. Several others living in the area voiced their protests to the petition. Hearing to Be Jan. 19 Alderman Lund offered a motion to deny the petition. However, he withdrew his motion later on the request the question be first submitted to the planning commission. The hearing was postponed until Jan. 19. A request for a change from residential to industrial in property of the Mickelson Concrete Products Co., 1404 Johnson, got Council ap- Candy for the kiddies will be in Santa's pack when He arrives in Austin Monday for a 12- day stay. Headquarters will be set up downtown in the former Red Owl Store and at Sterling Drug for the Sterling Shopping Cen- 2 GRANDSONS ON SAME DAY They said "Your a grandfather I" twice Friday to an the police docket. Police made 91 arrests com- Sterling On-Sale Bid Is Rejected A federal allocation of $15,000 for construction of a new apron at the Austin Municipal Airport will be made to the city, provided the project is lined up by Feb. 1. Several months ago, the City Council applied to the federal government for funds for a new apron to be constructed at a relocated administration building. (With the present administration building taken for the new Belt Line, a new site is being considered east and south of the present location.) A letter from M. C. Solberg, chief engineer of the Minnesota Department of Aeronautics, to the ter. Frequent visits will be made on the East Side. Santa and Rudolph, the reindeer, will be around every day from 1 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. '^'^^^^*^^sxs^^^- v ^^^^- K ^^^x^^-s^^y^^^^x^«^^l^^^^^y^ - lx^ Fire Victims Will Be Aided SPRING VALLEY, Minn. — A canned goods and miscellaneous j Council Friday night explained shower will be given the William Hammersma family, fire victims, by the Frankford Grange. The Hammersmas lost all their belongings when fire leveled their trailer house on a farm southeast of Spring Valley Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Hammersma was with the baby at her mother's house nearby and the other children were in school at the time. The fire, one of the most serious is Spring Valley, even burned the tires of the trailer house. In other business Tuesday, the Grange set Jan. 20 for the March of Dimes dance at the Terp Ballroom in Austin and booked Ray Stolzenberg's band. Dale Stockdale is chairman. Other reports were made by Mrs. Dale Stockdale, home economics; and Mrs. Frank Persons, community service. The Grange proval. It was pointed out the site also set Dec. 16 for their Christis already in industrial use, and' mas P art Vi Dec. 13 for the com- the company plans expansion. The Council approved the request for change of the King's Wood Hotel property from residential to commercial. A proposed plat for Southgate! munity card party at the Fred Loucks home, and degree work the first Tuesday in April at the hall with Sumner Grange. Deputy and Mrs. Melvin Meister, Rose Creek, made the quart Second Addition was accepted | erly ins P ection and he spoke on Hearings were set for Jan. 19 lth ! " ew Gran ee headquarters on two petitions. One is for a change from residential to commercial of a lot at the northwest! corner of Kenwood and Myrtle, the building, degree work and Grange . Deputy Fred Loukcs in- the joint installation last month. Mr. and Mrs. Stockdale, hosts Burr Oaks Market property, a por- . ' £ ana , M *>«*«"»«, ™ tion of which i 1 rf i ^ the meeting, were presented a change from residential to commercial of lots on the northeast corner of Ellis and Oakwood, 150 feet along Ellis, and 377 feet along Oakwood. Hearing on Plat A hearing was set for Jan. 2 Sergeant Church Sets Yule Activities SARGEANT, Minn. — A full proof Christmas activities will the federal government would approve a $15,000 grant, providing the city complies with CAA regula tions that require a clear zone at each end of the runway, either through an easement on property, or ownership. Plans for the improvement must be completed by Feb. 1. The Council approved a new agreement with Mapleview Village for use of Austin sewage facilities. The present fee of 75 cents per month for each service connection will be increased to $1. Beginning Jan. 1,1960, it will be raised to $1.25. Korean Vets Get $173,150 Korean War veterans and beneficiaries in Mower County have received a total of $173,150 in state bonus payments since payment began in July. County Service Officer Frank Dunsmore urges eligible veterans to file application as soon as possible since all applications postmarked after midnight Dec. 31, 1958 will be returned without consideration. A total of 889 veterans in the county have been paid with 47 applications now being processed, Dunsmore disclosed. More than 2,000 eligible veterans in the county have not filed their bonus applications, according to Dunsmore's figures. Total payments in the state so far have been $11,201,097 with av- Austin man, David S. Owen, retired editor of the Hormel News Magazine. And both times grandsons were reported. The first was born to Mf. and Mrs. Dave Owen Jr., in the morning, and Friday night, a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Richardson. Mrs. Richardson is Owen's daughter. The first grandson has been named Richard David, but the OFFENSE Richardsons haven't decided on Burglary a name for their boy. Disorder!; The other grandparents are Drinking' Mrs. Myrtle Misch, Red Wing, Larceny and Judge and Mrs. A. C. Rich- Truancy ardson, Austin. *^W*-iiin*»t^^w**^i^Nrf«xxv*<ws < fi w >*^»h«*^«^f > s*NXV*^*VM^ Church Unit to Be Studied pared with 87 for October and issued 789 parking tickets, 74 more than the 715 issued in October. Arrests include 5 drunks, 4 drunken drivers, 12 speeders, 11 for stop signs and 10 for failure to yield tye right of way. Accidents resulted in 77 investigations, 16 bikes were stolen and 30 recovered, some from the previous month, and 55 doors were found open." Police action resulted in $1,789.50 fines collected. Number of Juvenile offenders dropped slightly, 48 in November compared with 53 in October. The 48 include 41 boys and only 7 girls ranging in ages from 10-17. The 16 • 17 • year - olds as usual made up the major age group and as usual most frequent offenses were for traffic violations. Liquor licenses and their fees were discussed at length by the' Austin City Council Friday night, with rejection of a request for an "on-sale" license in the Sterling Shopping Center, and reconsideration of action in increasing license fees. Under the present ordinance, sale of liquor is prohibited in the area west of St Paul street. Councilmen indicated they have no intention to change the ordin- ance, and they denied, 6-1, a petl-idations to the Council on granting Disorderly Conduct on application for acceptance ofS the nest few a Plat to fiouthlawn Third addi-1 ^etst practice for the Christ- Avenue, mas £ ve serv i ce was this after- Chu erage payments to veterans beng Church > — — '- — — - — across from the Fairgrounds, the | noon. Mrs. Durwood Anderson, Heydt, nf ,„ Ol i , - c f ° r Vacation I Chairman, Miss maiuyu ncyui, of an alley from Second to Fourth Mrs. Charles Reid and Mrs. Earl streets, between Bauman and Harmon, was on the agenda, no consideration of the matter was taken Miller are in charge. The Sunday School's Christmas party will be Dec. 15. Mrs. Floyd as a new petition had not yet been j Jones, chairman, Mrs. Gynther Bei- filed - jto, Mrs. Dallas Powers and Mrs. The Council approved on final 1 Arthur Sparks are handling ar- $187- and to $319. beneficiaries being Veterans may file at Dunsmore's office in the Courthouse 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8:30 to noon Saturday. Verlyn Houqhlun Heads Saddle Club KASSON, Minn. - Verlyn Hauglun, Hayfield, was elected presi- ADAMS, Minn. — Plans for a parish education unit were made at a special congregational meeting of the Little Cedar Lutheran Church. Plans will also be drawn for a new church in the future. Study groups making surveys and studying church building needs have been working for several months, with B. J, Huseby, planning committee chairman; Vance Torgerson, finance; Arthur Boyum, survey. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Peters, prayer committee chairmen, have been in charge of mailing and posters. S o v i k and Associates, Northfield architectural firm, was retain; ed to submit sketches. A fund drive will be launched. Building committeemen named by the church council are N. V. Torgerson, Wallace Johnson, Dr. R. L. Bolton, Art Osmundson and O. T. Anderson. Finance committeemen are V. Torgerson, Huseby, Earl W e n e s s, Myron Hokeness and Herb Hanson. Christmas Mailing Lags, Requa Says Christmas mail volume is far below the volume of the past few years, Postmaster Elmer Requa said today. U "We know from experience," he 1 said, "that over-all Christmas season volume goes up each year, so a difficult pre-Christmas rush can be expected, if patrons don't start their Christmas mailing in a hurry." Traffic Other AGE 17 16 15 14 12 10 Boys Girls 3 2 6 7 2 22 1 Boys 18 12 7 1 1 1 tion submitted by E. W. LeVasseur for an on-sale license for the building he is constructing in the shopping center. A dissenting vote was cast by Alderman Weiss who said he felt there should be no barrier. Alderman Johnson who made the motion, seconded by Alderman Jacob, denying the.license, pointed out that the ordinance committee had made specific recommen- HERAU) SAL, DEC. 6, 1958 'Slaves' to Be Served When Latin Club Honors Saturn PAGE 7 Girls DISPOSITION Warned and released 6 Referred to social agency Referred to police agency 1 Parole or Probation, 5 Juvenile Court 29 urer; Mrs. Lee Martin, publicity i reading the annexation of property . rangements and Hugh Anderson,!dent of the Dodge County Saddle on Baldwin street west of 10th'chairman, Merlin Hansen and|Club at the Christmas party and chairman; Mrs. Charles Bartholomew, program chairman; and Mrs. Hughbert Barclay, fund raising chairman. Sample swatches of material for the neckerchiefs was shown. The group set the second Tuesday of the month for meetings and decided to hold a Christmas party on Dec. 15 at the Parish Center. Mrs. Walter Chilson was hostess. Area Students in Psychiatric Study Three Austin area nursing students Sunday will begin a three- month psychiatric affiliation at Rochester State Hospital. The three who are studying at Methodist-Kahler Hospital, Rochester, are Carol Bush, Grand Meadow; Elvira Flo, Elkton, and Janice Naatz, Lansing. Austin High School Student Activities MONDAY 7:00 — Latin Club, Christgau Hall. 7:00 — Academy of Science, Room 147. 7:15 — Senior F.H.A. TUESDAY 8:30 — TB tests to grade 12 period 1. 10:30 — Senior High Student Council Meeting, Christgau Hall. 3:15 — Junior FHA Christmas Party, Christgau Hall. 3:30 — Wrestling: Austin vs. Albert Lea, here. 6:30 — Junior Hi-Y, small gym and pool. 7:15 — Dirk and Bauble meeting, SH 230. 7:00 WEDNESDAY Hi-Y. The Austin High School Roman Senate, Latin Club governing body composed of past and present officers, has decreed a Saturnalia Festival, to be held at 7 p.m. Monday in Christgau Hall. This annual observance honoring Saturn, Roman god of seedtime and harvest, is of special significance to Latin Club "slaves." These are Latin I students who are prospective member of t h e club, bought as slaves by "mas- Benson to Seek Views on Farm Legislation WASHINGTON (AP) - Secre tary Benson and his Agriculture Department aides are putting fuv ishing touches on new legislative proposals to be submitted to the National Agricultural Advisory Commission here Dec. 15-16. Benson will seek views of the 18-member, bipartisan commission before laying a final draft before President Eisenhower for trans mittal to Congress later. The commission, which was created by Presidential action in 1953, advises the secretary on agricultural policies. Benson has worked closely with the group in the past before making final program decisions. Dean William I. Myers of the college of agriculture at Cornell University is chairman. The other members are farmers from various parts of the country. Nine are Republicans and nine Democrats. The program being drafted by Benson will have as its objective a further reduction of government ters," or club members, whom they serve throughout the school year, Miss Margaret Scarseth, adviser, explained. Not only will such slaves be excused from their usual duties on the festival day, but they will actually be served by their masters. Special honor will be bestow- of licenses, and added he was personally opposed to an on-sale liq- • uor place In the Sterling area. Fees Railed Prevtenrty At the previous meeting, the Council, Jn providing for future issuance of licenses to three hotels, raised all ort-sale Uquor licenses from $1,745 to $2,195. Alderman • at • large Austin said he thought the Increase was unfair since the liquor dealers bad not had an opportunity to be heard before the Council acted. He noted the Council had both increased the number of licenses in the city and had raised the fee. Austin Said the last time the Council raised the fee the dealers were told it was done because not more tfian 10 licenses were being Issued. The alderman contended the $2,195 fee was high as compared with other cities. Alderman Johnson said he had told one of the dealers the ordinance committee would meet with them at any time on fees, and "They could show their records as to how badly they were being hurt." Restoration Defeated A motion for preparation of an ordinance putting the fee back to ed on one of the salves who will be crowned king of the festival, as well as on the slave girl chosen as his queen. Although slaves will enjoy their freedom, they will try to make a good impression on the "censor," 8r club membership chairman, Ellen Butler, and the "praetor," or judge, John Glynn, who will judge applications for membership next March, adds Miss Scarseth. Following the custom of the ancient Romans, who believed that entering a door with the left foot first led to bad luck, Saturnalia participants, upon giving the password, will be instructed to "Intra dextra pede primo," or "Enter with the right foot first." After refreshments have been served, a'signal will be given to announce a following five-minute period in which only Latin may be spoken. A forfeit of one cent will be collected from anyone who speaks English. The "emcee," Nancy Jordan, will give a farewell speech in Latin as departing slaves enjoy thier last few minutes of freedom be- street. Boy's Leg Injured . ^^ ——----• O vr*t UAJUI When Tractor Backs the community son, PERSONALIZED PENS & PENCILS STATIONERY for Christines Nilan Printing Co., Inc. 130 W. Maple - Ph. HE 3-2055 —.., *» JWMI-WIU o\jii \JL mi. anu i •%• • • • Mrs. Glen Ellingson, suffered ai"'On LlVCStOCK leg and ankle injury when his foot became caught between a tractor and a piece of machinery. Charles Reid are buying treats. J annual meeting in Kasson. The Youth Fellowship will have! Other officers are Dean Dudley, an evening of caroling Dec. 21,!Mantorville, vice president; Mrs. calling on shutpins and others in|Millen Jensen, Waltham, secretary; E. A. MaCready, Kasson, treasurer; and E. J. NC.SS, Kasson, and Lloyd Bacon, Hayfield, directors. Movies of the Zack trail ride were shown by Harvey Nienemah- LYLE, Minn. — Woodbury Rust-. lers 4-H Club will hold a livestock; er ' Rochester. A pot luck supper His brother was backing the tourfD " ; 20 they decided at their tractor to hitch onto machinery I T, bng Wednesda ^ . , and Mark was unable to jump"art'. They als ° approved an lce ska 'of the way. He suffered a severa-j ^ • f rty DeC ; 28 ' Th f annua ! tion of the bone and twisted and Chnstmas P 3 ^ was held ™* drawn ligaments. The leg was placed in a cast. Mark is a Taopi School student. Carl Brill Speaks at 4-H Banquet gifts were exchanged. Judy Johnson, Elaune Walsh and Judy Neus served refreshments. Girl, 3, Recovering From Scalding preceeded the meeting. Plans for Christmas Party Are Launched ELKTON, Minn. — Plans for a Christmas party, Dec. 16, were made by the Elkton Grange at n meeting Wednesday at the G. S. Hanson home. The party, a family affair, will be held in the school cafeteria. Requa suggests that all Christmas cards to faraway states should be mailed by Dec. 10 in order' to arrive on time. School Menus LYLE SCHOOL MONDAY — Spanish rice, green beans, peanut butter sandwiches, cheese, apple, milk. TUESDAY — Mashed potatoes, hamburger gravy, pea salad, sandwiches, peach sauce, milk. WEDNESDAY - Chicken noodle soup, potato chips, sandwiches, cobbler, milk. THURSDAY - Barbequed hamburgers, carrot and celery sticks, buttered corn, dessert, milk. FRIDAY — Baked beans, Vienna sausage, carrot-pineapple salad, sandwiches, cookie, milk. Mill City Youth Dies; Traffic Toll Now 651 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A 17- year-old youth was killed and his companion injured early today when their car left a curve near Minneapolis and struck a tree. Dead was Leroy Adams of Ply- Township. His companion, STACYVILLE, Iowa - Nancy Mrs'.'Charles"jyTcNeilT was appoint- ; Kenneth Jennings, 21, Hammel, Carl Brill, community ambassa- Koster, 3, is recovering from led party chairman. | was taken to Umve ™ty of Mmne- dor, addressed the annual ban- burns suffered last week when The annual treasurer's report, sota hos P ltal with back injuries, quet of the North Star 4-H Club, she was scalded by hot water. -was made by Rog Lagervall| Hls condltlon was believed not Others on the program were Roger i The accident happened when'and the annual home economics senous Skov, Leo Halback, Laura Duerst, Nancy's sister was filling a wash 1 chairman's report by Mrs. G. S. Police said the car missed a and Ronald Seath. Accordion sel-ltub and slipped. Nancy suffered ; Hanson, jections were played by Gerald j burns on her chest, back and shoul-' i and Darrell Denison. der. Shop & Save at the R. & E. FOOD MARKET NOW OPEN SUNDAY 9 A. M. till 9 P. M. SPECIALS lb. 43c BIRD'S iYI — 8 OUNCE BEEF PIES 2 for 49c Corner of Railway & Garfield Street* VALUE BACON BROWN er POWDERED SUGAR ...... 2 Ibs. 25c • Lots of Free Parking Pistol Club to Pick State Contestants curve 7:00 — Christmas Festival rehearsal, auditorium. THURSDAY 8:30 — Senior GAA. 8:30 — Grade 12 read skin tests period 1. 7:30 — Audubon films, auditorium. FRIDAY 3:08 • 4:15 — Christmas Festival rehearsal, auditorium. 3:30 —Swimming: Austin vs. Shattuck, here. 6:30 —Wrestling: Austin vs. Northfield, here. 6:30 — B basketball: Austin vs. Albert Lea, there. 8:00 — A basketball: Austin vs. Albert Lea, there. SATURDAY 9:00 . 11:30 a.m. — Christmas Festival rehearsal, auditorium. SUNDAY 3:30 — Christmas Festival, auditorium. Firemen Get 2 Colls; Damage Is Minor Firemen were called out twice Friday for minor fires. At 6:40 p.m. trucks raced to the home of Wilbur Fischer, 610 Harmon. A short circuit in the furnace motor caused smoke. At 2:22 p.m. firemen were called to the John McGrath home, 2203 Deneen, for an overheated hot water tank. Principal Leonhardi Attends Workshop GRAND MEADOW, Minn. — Principal A. J. Leonhardi attended the principals' workshop at the of $1,745 was defeated 4-3. Aldermen Lund, Diederich and Austin favor* ed the motion, while Aldermen Nelson, Johnson, Jacob and Weiss' were opposed. The Council, however, on motion of Aldernjan Jacob, referred the question back to the ordinance committee for study, with a report to be made Jan. 19. A petition for an on-sale liquor license at King's Wood was referred to the ordinance committee to report back Dec. 15. John Loring asked the Council for an on-sale liquor license for the Rose Room. He said he had been requesting a license each year since 1950, and that while the Council has said it would grant new licenses only to hotels, there are restaurants which have licenses. Loring said he has been in business for 12 years and has an average of 18 employes. Petition Denied The Council voted 4-3, to deny the petition. Lund, Johnson, Jacob and Austin voted in favor of the motion to deny the petition, while street shortly after I a.m. The death carried Minnesota's The National Defense Education Act of 1958 was the main topic. traffic toll for the year to 651, up ln other scho ol news, 12 girls for the P°° r < 1U r\\tt»r Q Ifno** n nf\ nf t U I ,. 1: —~. _ i . . control over production, market ing and pricing of farm products. Benson is expected lower price supports for such surplus crops as wheat, peanuts and tobacco. He may suggest easing of controls on some crops, especially wheat, on the theory that lower supports would encourage greater sales and less production. Farm leaders have been speculating as to whether the secretary will urge lower price supports for milk and dairy products. There has been no indication as to what Benson's position will be on this matter. Some leaders expect him to propose lower supports for corn and other feed grains. The present mia imum is 65 per cent of parity. Parity is a standard for measuring farm prices declared by law to be fair to farmers in relation to prices charged them. Jewish Holiday Starts Today NEW YORK (AP) - Hanukkah the Jewish Festival of Lights, be gins at sundown today. It is an eight-day holiday. Hanukkah, which means dedica tion, marks the victory more than 2,000 years ago of the ancient Ju deans over a much larger army led by the Syrian King Antiochus IV. The triumph, according to the books of the Maccabees, led to the cleansing of the temple in Jeru salem of idols and a rededication to the ideal of monotheism. An additional candle is lighted in Jewish homes each night of the festival. Prayers of thanksgiving to God are recited. Some gifts are exchanged and others earmarked fore the new day approaches, and with it the fading freedom of the Saturnalia. Slate Elected by Zion EUB SARGEANT, Minn. — Officers and chairmen were elected by the Zion EUB Church as follows: Bert L. Anderson and Francis rield, three-year terms on the board of trustees; Stanley Rey nolds, lay leader; Leona Meyer, assistant; John Ekema, Sunday School superintendent; Elmer Bartel, assistant; Philip Heydt, Sunday School secretary; and Dallas Powers, Sunday School treasurer. The Rev. Edward Stevens, pastor, reported on the faith in action everymember canvass and the church building project. Earl ier he led in devotions. The congregation voted to senc the missionary birthday offering of the Sunday School to the EUE home mission at Espanola, N. M, and the Christmas Eve service of fering to the EUB Children's Home at Flat Rock, Ohio. At the council of administration before the meeting, Emmert Meyer was re-elected church treasurer and Ray Bartel, financial secretary. Baltimore Man Asks for Trip to Baltimore BALTIMORE (AP)—The visitor from Georgia, found in a somewhat hazy condition on a street corner, was fined $35 for drunkenness in Central Police Court. When Magistrate James Fanseen announced his guilty verdict and imposed the fine, Christian J. Thomas, 35, of Danielsville, Ga., said: "Aw, come on, judge, have a heart. Give me a break so I can! get to Baltimore." Nelson, Diederich and Weiss opposed the motion. MOVIES AT RICEVILLE RICEVILLE, Iowa — Movies will be shown Riceville area children this afternoon and on Dec. 13 and 20 by the Riceville merchants, as part of the Christmas >rogram. Santa will visit each ime. The First New Shape in Lipstick Fashion ITS A LIPSTICK ITS A MIRROR • The Austin Pistol Club will hold over a year ago at thls time - | took the Betty Crocker Homemak- . er O f T 0niorrow test Tuesday and __. .„., Germany ranked second as a M rs. David Lorenzen has been club will also select team mem- Producer of iron and steel pro- named school secretary, succeed- a short meeting Sunday in the basement of the fire station. The bers for a state competition. ducts before World War 11. Jordan Mortuary Bridge ot Grctnwich Phorw Hi 3- 51 27 ing Mrs. Dale Spear. Stocyville Worn on Injured in Collision STACYVILLE, Iowa - A Stacyville woman was seriously injured Jn a collision between her car gad a gravel truck Wednesday. Mrs. Irvin Gerk suffered a knee cap injury and was cut by flying glass. She was traveling east and the gravel truck south on roads east of Stacyville. Mrs. Gerk is hospitalized at Memorial Hospital, 0»age. CORRESPONDENT DIES WASHINGTON (AP) - George Washington Combs, veteran ALL IN ONE! Washington correspondent for the Baltimore Sun, died Friday.) Combs retired this year after 48; years with the Sun. Formers' Union Asks Recognition of Reds SASKATOON, Sask. (AP) - A resolution asking the Canadian government to recognize Communist China was adopted by the Saskatchewan Farmers' Union Friday at its convention. The 400 delegates urged Canada to extend long-term credit to the Red Chinese "m order to build up a market for Canadian goods there." READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS In the language of the timber- mail, softwoods are trees that bear cones; hardwoods are trees that [wear broad, deciduous leaves. Beautiful Vinyl 25-Inch Miss Anniversary Doll Rooted Poodle hair style, moving eyes and lashes, voice, taffeta cocktail frock, plush jacket and plush hot, knit panties. $7*98 NOW yv.9o "Axe" Johnson Hdwe, 111 E. 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