The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 10, 1958 · Page 2
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7-AUSTlN (Minn.) HERAlD Wednesday, Dec. 10, '58 [ VITAL STATISTICS Births AT §T,'OtAF HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mullen- rneUtef, 608 S. Millflcld, son, Dec. 0. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ferric, Sod S. Main, son, Dec. 9. Mr. and Mrs, Donald Graves, Rrownsdale, son, Dee. 10. ntrrstDK OP AUSTIN Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith, Stacyville, son, Dec. at Memorial Hospital, Osage. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd VanPelt, 2020 27th Ave. 8., Minneapolis, twin daughters, Dec. 9, at St. Marys Hospital, Minneapolis. They are former Austin residents. Marriage Licenses James K. Kvall, Grand Meadow, and Catherine Boucesein, Racine. Deaths THOMAS ENGEN Thomas L. Engen, 68, died suddenly Tuesday at Minneapolis. He was a former resident of the Corning area. Surviving are his wife, Helen, and two daughters, Mrs. Charles Christopherson, (Ethel), Austin, and Mrs. Frank Johnson (Alice), Minneapolis. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon. NOTICE Speciol Assessment Advance i Payments Close at 4:30 p.m. FRIDAY, DEC. 12 Signed J. H. Weiland MRS. CHARLES HOWE Mrs. Charles (Mae) Howe, 80, died Tuesday at LeSueur. She was a former resident of LeRoy. a Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at LeRoy. MRS. ARTHUR GOETSCIT Mrs. Arthur Goetsch, 49, died Tuesday night at St. Olaf Hospital. A resident of Brownsdale, she is survived by her husband; a daughter, Muriel of Dundee, 111.; a son, David, attending school in St. Paul, Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon. Funerals ENGEN — Funeral services for Thomas L. Engen, Minneapolis, will be 2 p.m. Friday at the Wor- lein Funeral Home, the Rev. Neal Johnson officiating. Interment will be in Red Oak Grove Cemetery. HOWE — Funeral services for Mrs. Charles (Mae) Howe, LeSueur, Minn., will be held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Martz Funeral Home, LeRoy. Interment will be in LeRoy Cemetery. Friends may call at the time of service. GOETSCH—Funeral services for Mrs. Arthur Goetsch, Brownsdale, will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Worlein Funeral home and at 2 o'clock at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Brownsdale, the Rev. P. L. Freidrich officiating. Obituaries 18M Mrs. Leonard Hopfe 1958 Mrs. Leonard Hopfe was born on Oct. 14, 1890, at Pontiac, 111., to John and Susan Byers. She passed away Dec. 2, 1958, at Methodist Hospital, Rochester, Minn., thus living to be 68 years, 1 month and 18 days of age. On Feb. 1, 1911, she was wed to Leonard Hopfe at Sheldon, Iowa. In the fall of 1911, they moved to Lansing and lived in the Lansing land Austin area since that date. S BEN FRANKLIN Boxed Choice 29c-59c A heet ef werm wishei, beautiful 4etlfm! lit selection, tee velvet! Deluxe Cards 100 BOX Sparkling designs and verse* for every relative, friend! Boxes of 32.SO/ with envelopes. to Mr. find Mrs. T,oonaT<1' Hopfe was one son, Merritt, 2105 Hope Street, Austin. The Hoptes also raised one niece, Isabella Page Rhoades, Santa Barbara, Calif., daughter of a deceased sister. Mrs. Hopfe was a very active member of th6 Austin Church of Christ. She served on the board of "deaconesses as well as beinp the church hostess for several years. She was very interested in youth and gave B sacrificial service as head cook at the Youth Camp for many years until health prohibited. She leaves to mourn her passing her husband, Leonard; son, Merritt; besides sisters, Mrs. Ella Page, Austin, Mrs. Belle Sauer, and Mrs. Susan Ahrensdorff, Hartley, Iowa; brothers, Robert, Dave and James Byers, Hartley, also numerous nieces and nephews, other relatives and host of friends. Services were conducted at the Church of Christ, Dec. S, at 2 p.m., Pastor Herman H. Kooy official ing. Interment was at Oakwood Cemetery. In Me mo Horn In memory of our wife and mother, Caroline Holmquist, who passed away three years ago today, Dec. 10th. Gone from our home, Oh, how we miss her; Loving her deeply, her memory we'll keep; Nor till life ends shall we for get her, Sacred is the place where she is asleep. Sadly missed by C. A. Holm quist, Dean, Willard, Carol Ambulance Runs TUESDAY 2:05 p.m. — 908 North to Vet erans Hospital. WEDNESDAY 4:03 a.m. — Two miles west o: Dexter to St. Olaf Hospital. Municipal Court Harry Burton Jr., Austin Rt 1, pleaded innocent of assault and the case was dismissed but Bur ton was sentenced to 30 days suspended, for becoming disord erly. He was picked up by nolle Sunday after causing a commo- ion in an apartment house at 304 W, Maple. Snaron Ehmke, Sergeant, 4 mph in a 30-mile zone, $16. Keep Sidewalks Shoveled: Requa A special request that sidewalk shoveled during Christmas sea son was issued this morning by Postmaster Elmer Requa. "With heavy volume of mail, 1 he said, "mail carriers would lib to use their mail carts, which A not wheel. Jn snow." Prompt shoveling of snow wil make the difficult task of handling Christmas mail bulk much easie and thus provide better servic to patrons, Requa added. They're Picoyumist at Tulsa Post Office TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A lette sent registered mail by city ha tt "The United States of Americ Post Office Building, Tulsa," wa returned with a notation, "insu ficient address." Glazed Gift Wrap Foil Gift Wrap 26x66-!n. Auort- ed irevure prints. 26x«0-in. Celer. ful deilgnt en »ll- ver backgrounds. Satin Glo Bows Made ........ 7 /l-in. ribbon In e variety of Meienel celer* to beoutify Chrittmoi alto. White Tissue Christmas Seals lOc Cellophane envelope ef 00 seed in four d*> 10 Sheets .... •if 20x30-in. shoett, useful for • multitude ef •ift-wropping needi. Gift Tie Ribbon 10c 30 feet of la- initiated royon en cellophane. 3/H-in. width. String Ttft Tvtivt taft ef 2 diHerent data)** ta «eU* Mvekpa. 10* Jumbo Tag Assortment lOc 10 took, encleture cord*, end test in peckefe. MM PAWONO - STMUNO SHOPPING CENTfft BEN FRANKLIN WEATHER FORECAST -- Tonight continued very cold weather is expected along the east coast with snow flurries in the lower Lakes region. It will be warmer in most of the Plains states and in the Mississippi valley. In the north- west there will be rain along the Pacific coast, snow or freezing rain or drl£- zle in the north Plateau region and snow and snow flurries in the northern Rock- ies. (AP Wirephoto Map) IKE (Continued from Page 1) And that, he said, is a repre- ensible kind of thing. The news conference also dealt with these other matters: BERLIN-At the outset,. Eisen- wwer volunteered a review of the ierlin picture going back to the days of World War II. For Unification He concluded the summary by saying that in the current crisis here the United States will con- inue to stand for unification of He said Marshall is one of the men he calls great. DEMOCRATS— Commenting on the legislative program recommended by the Democratic Advisory dered all Germany — and against any move by Russia to strike at the reedom and security of West Berlin. This country—together with its Western Allies, feels a responsibility and a duty to maintain the reedom of West Berjin, Elsen- hower said. He also emphasized .hat the United States, Britain and France have a right to remain in Berlin. As far as the United States is concerned, there is no attempt to arbitrary in dealing with the Russians in the sense of trying to irritate or anger anybody else. TRUMAN — With a show of irritation, Eisenhower said he has a little too much sense to get mad at anyone. This was in comment on former President Truman's remark Monday that Eisenhower has been mad at him since the 1952 campaign. Truman further said: "I don't give a damn." Raised H— A reporter told the President today that Truman said there was nothing persona] between him and Eisenhower, but that he (Truman) "raised h--" with Eisenhower six years ago "when he didn't knock Jenner off the platform after he called Gen. Marshall a traitor." The references were to Sen. Wil liam Jenner (R-Ind) and Gen George C. Marshall, Army chie of staff during World War II anc later secretary of defense and sec retary of state. Respect for Marshall Bristling, Eisenhower said he al ways—before, during and aftei the war—had made known his ad miration and respect for Marshall xpects to raise enough tax mon ey to pay for such a program. ECONOMIC AID — Eisenhower made no specific reply when asked whether he will call for more economic assistance to un- lerdeveloped nations. But he remarked that if the free world is o get unity, we cannot abandon or ignore nations which need help. POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY—Re- dying to a question, Eisenhower said he knows of no justification or anyone's saying he is moving more in a conservative direction since the November elections. HUMPHREY (Continued from Page 1) ;et the best of Western nations, ncluding the United States. Evaluated Strength Actually, officials here said the Council, how the Eisenhower won- opposition party U.S. government mve long since may be a good chance of success at Geneva in working out a pressed agreement with Russia to >an nuclear tests, but the pros pects for agreement in other talk: here on measures to control sur prise attack are regarded as very dim. New Contract, Nome for Miss U.S. of 1958 LOS ANGELES (AP) — Mis United States in this year's Mis Universe pageant has a new film contract—and a new name. Eurlyne Howell, 19, runner-U] for the Miss Universe title, wi! receive $300 weekly from Warne Bros. Her salary could increase by options to a high of $1,200 a wee in seven years Miss Howell said for movies sh will use Arlene instead of Eurlyne Dope, Hypos Found In Home of Actor LOS ANGELES (AP) - Acto Jay Robinson, 28, has been charg and its allies ed with possessing and selling h evaluated the roin. strength of Soviet military power along the lines which the information Khrushchev gave Humphrey would indicate. They have assumed that the Soviet armed forces had the atomic and hydrogen bombs and war beads needed to strike a massive blow against this country or any other country in the event of war And since last May 15 when the Soviets put Sputnik HI into orbit at a weight of 2,919 pounds they have known that the Russians possessed a rocket of tremendous thrust. Follow Tongh Line Khrushchev left Humphrey In no doubt that he intends to follow a tough line in the Berlin situation. He spoke of th« continued four- power occupation of Berlin as a "cancer" but at the same time said he would be glad to consider any constructive suggestions from the Western powers toward a Berlin solution. As a result of Humphrey's report, some authorities feel there By ANDREW C. QUESTION: We have aluminum liters around our house. One of iem was out o! line and 1 re- djusted the brackets that hold to the house. But in doing so, acquer, must t apply a sealer rat? ANSWER: You should apply a oat of lacquer sealer first, then ollow with at least two coats of lack lacquer. Have you ever sed lacquer? And are you using brush or a sprayer? If you have ever used lacquer, and you are sing « brush, better do a little radioing first on scrap wood, must work quickly and never o over the same spot twice. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS made a hole in the bottom of the gutter with a screwdriver. How :an this hole be patched? ANSWER: Spread asbestos cement over the damaged area on he inside of the gutter. Place piece of heavy aluminum foil >ver the hole and several inches around it, pressing it down into the cement. Add a little more ce ment to cover the edges of the aluminum foil and you will have good patch. Before you spread the cement, file down any rougl edges around the opening on th< nside of the gutter. This will prevent the aluminum from making a tear in the foil. QUESTION: I plan on making an extra room soon and I will hav a lot of nailing to do. 1 have bean about a new hammer which supplies and drives its own nails upwards as well as downwards. Such hammer would ease my task Can you tell me where to buy such a hammer? ANSWER: I, too, hate heard about such a hammer. . .whic can drive as many as 100 nail a minute. But unless you have money tree in your backyard you'd better forget about it. Thi type of hammer is made for th building industry and costs abou $1,000. QUESTION: To finish an un finished pine cabinet with blac Peace Winner Gets Medal at Otto U, OSLO Norway (AP) - Father Dominique Geotges Fire, who has devoted his postwar years to refugee relief, received the 1938 Nobel peace Prize scroll and gold medal at Oslo university today. The presentation was made by Qunnar jahn, director oj the Norwegian Nobel Committee. The Belgian Roman Catholic priest received the $41,4M monetary price at the Nobel Institute here Tuesday. flash floods stem from i cloudburst. Such* a one Struck Cambridge, Ohio, in July 1014. Seven inches of rain fell in 80 minutes. Where every dollar spent on funeral service buys more ... in experience >..in facilities ...in quality .. An comfort and convenience MAYER iff* 6M Itoiiraici * Phoat HE 3-20» "I Like a Nan's Gift . . . from Nemilz's Cigar Store" See Our Terrific Selection of PIPES Here ore o few of the Pipes We Carry ... 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Six Magnavox speaker* ... including two 15* baas. Powerful dual- channel amplifier. Stereo Diamond Pick-up. Gliding top for-access to changer and controls. Library space for over 90 new stereo or LP records. Select from mahogany, oak, cherry or American walnut finishes. Optional . . . extra FM-AM radio. $ 289 50 In mthogtny COMPUITI •THMIO SVSTBM COMPLETE 0-SPEAKER STEREO SYSTEM, $229.00 These beautiful units provide a "spaced" system to match your room decor. Three high fidelity Magnavox speakers in master phonograph (right) as well as in stereo channel (left). Precision changer. Stereo Diamond Pick-up. Library space for 110 new Stereo or LP records. Choose from mahogany, oak or cherry finishes. The Concerto HI-FI Phonograph onl " $159.50 YOU MUST HIAK IT —TO BELIEVI IT Stereo Channel A Record Storage Master Phonograph Hear Magnavox Stereophonic' High Fidelity before you buy .. . there is a style for every setting, a price for every budget! 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