The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 11, 1958 · Page 2
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2»AUSTlN (Minn.) HffiAlO Thursday, Dec. II, 19S8i VITAL STATISTICS Birth* AT St. OLAF HOSPITAL Mr. *md Mrs. Robert Allen, 1101 W. Maple, son, Dec. .10. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roger Anderson. nnd while a young boy, moved to Brownsdale, where he worked as • butcher. On Feb. 24, 1918, he went into the U. S. Afmy. He served in France as a cook and was honorably discharged June 12.1919, Family Hurt in Collision on Holiday Trip WCEVILLE, Iowa - A Seattle family, back In Riceville for Christmas, Involved In a two-car 1(115 Collins, daughter, Dec. 10. | ftt wn i cn time he went into the f Mr. and Mrs. Donald Austin, !<| ra y business. collision late Wednesday that ser- N. Main, daughter, Deo. 11. OUTSIDE OF AUSTIN Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Wurst, nobblnsdale, Minn., daughter, Dec. II. She is the former Helen Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Hazel H. Nelson, 602 W. Maple, and he is 1 he ton of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wurst, Blooming Prairie. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gerald T. Knutson, 639 E. Seventh, Albert Lea, .son, Dec, ll, at Naeve Hospital, Albert Lea. Divorces Donald Dean Holmquist from Eileen Mae Holmquist. Deaths MARSHA ANN LARSON Marsha Ann Larson, IVi-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Larson, Grafton, Iowa, died in her sleep Tuesday. She is survived by her parents; two brothers, David and Ronald; her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Larson, Carpenter, Iowa. Funeral services will be Saturday afternoon at Carpenter. 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. 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. TLARSON — Funeral services for Marsha Ann Larson, Grafton, lawa, will be at 3 p.m Saturdaj at Deer Creek Lutheran Church with interment jn the church cemetery, the Rev. Henry Erickson of ficiatlng. The Schroeder and Haugi Home, St. Ansgar, is in charge of arrangements. Obituaries 1892 Arlle Jarvis 1958 'Arlie Edward Jarvis, son John and Jennie Jarvis, was born Feb. 20, 1892, at New Albin, Iowa He passed away at the Veteran Hospital, Minneapolis, Dec. 1, a the age of 66 years, after a linger ing illness. He spent his early years in Iowa LIONEL TRAIN SALE All New SETS 50% OFF DEAN WHITE He was united in marriage withi Bertha Stankey, Feb. 14, 1934, at Austin. In recent years, he was a live- lock buyer and operated a saddie nd harness shop at Brownsdale. He is survived by his wife. Bertha; two sons, LaVerne, serving with the Army in Korea, and 5ale, serving with the Army at •"ort Carson, Colo.; two daughters, iJrs. Ernest Erickson (Arlene) lissimmee, Fla., and Bonnie, at ome; a son-in-law, Ernest Erickon; a daughter-in-law, Helen, five grandchildren, David Jarvis, Gene, Diane, Kindra, Kenneth Erickson; wo brothers, William of Mitchell, D., Lyle of Austin; many nice- s and nephews. Funeral services were held Dec. at 2 p.m. at the Methodist Church, the Rev. William F. Foster jfficlating. Interment was In Greenwood Cemetery, Brownsdale. The Worlein Funeral Home and 'o«t 1216 VFW, were in charge of arrangements. Out-of-town persons at the funer al were Dale Jarvis, Fort Carson; Mrs. Ernest Erickson and Gene, Cissimmee; Mr. and Mrs. William Jarvis, Mitchell; Ben Wendorf, Iowa City, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. John Anholt and Susie, Fatten, owa; Mr. and Mrs. Anton Marik Owatonna; Mrs. Doris Ulwelling and Donald, Rochester. Cord of Thanks Our deepest feeling and gratefu thanks are extended to our friends who so generously offered their words of comfort and sympathy also for floral offerings and gifts we received during the illness and death of our loved one. Leonard Hopfe. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt B. Hopfe. Mrs. Isabella Rhoades. Mrs. Ella Page. We wish to thank all our neigh bora, friends and relatives for th kindness shown us during the ill ness and death of our husband Arlie Jarvis. Especially do we wis 1 to thank Rev. Foster, those wh furnished the music, did the serv 200 HE 3-3649 SouHiwM.1 ing and furnished the food. Als the VFW for acting as casketbear- ers and escort. Mrs. Bertha Jarvis and Fam- I wish to thank my relatives, friends and neighbors for their visits, cards, flowers and gifts sent while I was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. A special thanks to Rev. Swenson for his prayers, Dr. Harold Anderson, Dr. Roberts, Dr. Hagen, second floor nurses, nurses aids and Gray Ladies. Your kindness will always be remembered. Mrs. Maynard Blowers. Ambulance Runs WEDNESDAY 2:40 p.m. — 412 N. Main to St. Olaf Hospital. ously injured the father. In the accident were Mr. and Mrs. San Kontus and their two Mldren, Melody, 3, nnd Gregory, Kontus was taking them to Mrs. <ontus' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Villiam Bahnsen, northeast of ttceville. Kontus, a United Air Lines clerk i Seattle, had flown his, family o Cedar Rapids, where they bor- owed the car of Mrs. Kontus' rother, Daniel Bahnsen, for the rip to Riceville. They were eastbound on Highway 9, turning north onto 'the ounty road leading to the Bahnen farm when they were involved n the collision with the car driven >y Virgil Lewis, farmer living lortheast of Saratoga. Kontus suffered an asthmatic at- ack, shock and other injuries and Lewis suffered bruised ribs and chest injuries. to Mercy Hospital, -Cresco, after emergency aid in Riceville. Mrs. Kontus and were not seriously injured and were taken to the Bahnsen home. The car Kontus borrowed from tis brother-in-law is a total loss and the right front end of the >wis car was damaged, authorities reported. Cory Urges Core in Loading Car Trunk The Minnesota AAA today cautioned motorists on loading down their car trunks in winter with concrete blocks, bricks or other movable objects. "If an accident occurs," E. Ray Cory, Minnesota AAA president said, "There's always a danger of some hard object coming through the back seat and seriously injuring or killing someone in the car." Cory said the best thing to use to weight down the rear of a car for better traction in winter driving is an open box of loose sand. "Not' only does the sand add weight to the rear of your car," he said, "but it also can be used under the wheels of your car when it gets stuck on ice or snow." Dahl Represents Wheaton College LYLE, Minn. - A Lyle student, Gerald Dahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd F. Dahl, represented Wheaton College, 111., at the Region Six Conference of the Asso- NATIONAL BRIDGE TROPHY — R. Norman Miller. Senior Master's Individual Champion at the National tournament in Detroit, displayed his trophy Wednesday at a meeting of the Austin Bridge Club. Miller will defend his championship in the 1959 matches. Court of Honor for Troop 105 Boy Scout Troop 105 sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce held a Court of Honor at the Sterling Christian Church, where the following wards were presented: Tenderfoot — Randy Swanson, Curtis Llnderman, Arlin Chesin. Second Class — Jim Hines, Peter Hines, Marc Cleveland, Jim Olson, Johh Osborn, David Olson, Lonnle Williams, Ronnie Underman. First Class — Larry Williams, Mayo Wetterberg. Star — Ricky Lane, Steve Wright. Life —Orville Haberman. Attendance Pins — Steve Wright, March Cleveland, Orville Haberman, John Hastings. Den Chief Cord ~ David Olson. Merit Badges — John Hastings, Mayo Wetterberg, Ricky Lane, Steve Wright, Tom Griffin, Orville Haberman. Warren Me Claren spoke on the council's summer camping program at Camp Cedar Point, Fairmont. The scouts exchanged gifts and lunch was served by Mrs. William Williams and Mrs. Ben Wright Herman Lang is scoutmaster and Richard Lang is assistant. Moscow 4-H'ers Give Gifts for Christmas Christmas gifts for the Salvation Army to distribute were given by Moscow 4-H Club members at the Christmas party at the Moscow Hall. The older members went ice skating and the younger members and parents played bingo in the (Continued from Page 1) asking some able constitutional awyer to explain to all of you IKE the meaning of the 10th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution." This amendment provides that >ower "not delegated to the Jnited States by the Constitution nor prohibited by it to the states are reserved to the states respec lively, or to the people." Holvorson Heads Udolpho Bureau Donald Halvorson was electei president of the Udolpho Farm Bureau Monday. Other officers are Gerhart Wold vice president; Mrs. Ben Christian secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Ole Ben son, women's chairman; Mrs. San ford Smith, assistant women' chairman; Sanford Smith, direc tor; and Mrs. Harold Benson, re porter. The film "Stranger Danger was shown by Austin police offl cers Robert Baumgart and Rober Nelson. Plans for the January meetini at the Blooming Prairie Commun 2 City Buses in Collision Two city buses collided on slick lavement at Highway-IB and East Oakland Wednesday m o r n I n P ausing over $1,000 damage but with none of the passengers, made up of adults and school children, were injured. One bus driven by Barrel! Q. Miller, 111 N. Fourth, was dam- ged $680 and $400 damage was one to the bus driven by Earl :. Emilusen, 1205 Elmer. Still another bus of the Jefferon Lines went off the highway ate Wednesday near Dexter. An Austin Cab wrecker pulled it back onto the pavement. None of tffe passengers was injured. Other collisions mostly due to slick streets: 7:28 p.m. Wednesday, on East Oakland, Edward W. Quednow, 1705 Ellis, $75; hit parked car of Wilbur Christensen, 1010 Padden, $6. 4 p.m. Wednesday, Hormel Parking Lot, Lester 0. Tinkham, 814 Cleveland, $285; Richard J. Kos, 1212 Bauman, $165. 4:10 p.m. Wednesday, Franklin and Maple, Ignace J. Luksik, 1715 Mower Drive, $15; Warren G*. Harrington, 302 S. Second, $30. 4:20 p.m. Wednesday, Alleghen ey and Sterling, Clarence R. Ev ans, Austin Rt. 3, $25; Kime, 806 Prospect, $15. Elmer JUDGE (Continued from Page 1) mlttee that large sums of union funds had baen mishandled. A group of New York area rank arid-file Teamsters members brought suit here seeking to block Hoffa from taking over the union presidency on grounds he and Beck had rigged the election of delegates to insure Hoffa's vie tory. Monitors to Police That suit was compromised with an agreement that Hoffa and ity Building, Jan. 13, were mad oth " " e , wly elected umon officers and the Edwin Jolsons, Nathan !' ould tak ' over Provisionally with Goodwins and-Ole Bensons were th « »<»»tors named to police a union cleanup. Martin F. O'Don oghue, a lawyer who helped de appointed to serve the oyster stew and Alvin Wuertz and Clinton CRASH LEAVES CRATER — Air policemen and rescue workers dig through debris of B52 jet bomber that crashed six miles north of Altus, Okla. last night. Eight crewmen are believed dead. The pilot parachuted to safety. Crash, In cotton field, left.crater tight feet deep. Wreckage strewn over half-mile area. (AP Photofax) BRIDGE RESULTS Austin duplicate Bridge Club members played 15 tables of Mitchell Movement at the Elk's Clubrooms Wednesday night with the following winners: NORTH-SOUTII Mrs. C. L. Bartholomew, Mrs. S. J. Bergen, Albert Lea, first; Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Drury; Mrs. Carl Young, Mrs. Joe Boulet, tied, second and third. EAST-WEST Joe Dauer, Dr. James McGul ness, first; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jor gensen, second; Robert Thill, Rose Creek, Robert Kuhn, third. Following play, R. Norman Mill er was honored at a congratula tory party celebrating his senior master individual win at the national duplicate bridge tournament recently in Detroit, Mich. His first place after four-day sessions, netted 50 master points, a trophy and other recognition. Members will meet at 7:45 p.m. at King's Wood for master point play and Christmas party Dec. 17, Some softwoods, such as long' leaf pine, yeild lumber harder than such hardwoods as the tulip tree and cottonwood. Becker to the program committee. fend the Teamsters in early stage; of the case, eventually became chief monitor. . After eight months of trying out arrangement, Board Approves School Calendar The following calendar for the 1959 - 1960 school year at the Austin Public Schools was approved by the Austin School Board Wednesday: 1959 Aug. 31, Pre-school conference begins. Sept. 8, School opens. Oct. (no date set), Southeastern Minnesota Education Assn. convention. Nov. 36-27, Thanksgiving recess. Dec. 18, Christmas recess starts at close of school. 1950 Jan. 4, School resumes. April 14, School closes at end of day. April 19, School resumes. June 10, Last day of school. Students Observe Session of Court GRAND MEADOW, Minn. Grand Meadow seniors and law class students attended a session of Mower County District Court Tuesday. They were accompanied by Mrs. Roger Peck and William Severin, Grand Meadow faculty members. You Ought to Know Six legal publications of t h e Austin City Council appear today on other pages of THE HERALD. They include: Resolution 4103 which' sets a hearing Jan. 19 on petition for change of use from residential to commercial of a portion of Burr Oaks market. Resolution 4104 sets a hearing for Jan. 19 on petition for change from residential to commercial of lots on northeast corner of Ellis and Oakwood, 180 feet along Ellis and 377 feet along Oakwood. Resolution 4105 feet along Ellis and 377 feet along Oakwood. Resolution 4105 sets a hearing Jan. 2 for acceptance of Southlawn third addition plat. Ordinances 880 and 881 are an extension of the city limits through annexation: Ordinance 882 changes the use of Mickelson Concrete Co. property from residential to commercial. "Kit" Carson, famed scout, pioneer and Indian fighter in the early days of New Mexico, ran away from his employer in Missouri when he was 16. His employer offered a reward of one cent for Carson's return. State Mental Health Charter Received the novel monitor William LaPorte and Mrs. Carli P. Nelson, officers of the Mower County Association for Mental Health, Wednesday attended a dinner meeting of the state associa- O'Donoghue and Godfrey PM. of Unionsat paraiso, Ind., Friday and Saturday. He is a junior majoring in business. Gerry U chairman of the Washington banquet, to be held in February, and represented Wheaton at the conference of Illinois College student governments. Napoleon used 60 bottles of eau de cologne each month — even when he was on the battlefield. social was served. In the business session, Mrs. Homer Johnson was introduced as a new leader and an enrollment of 37 members, including four new members, was reported. HEART FUND GIVEN Acknowledgement of memorial funds in remembrance of Mrs. Lena Hanson, former resident of Austin, was announced today by the Minnesota Heart Assn. I S£V T TOYLANDi WIDE DOLL ~" !*.»» Votvo $499 SVOI 14* MotM H.od S.ta Cam. tugaotmi >lorri»gi, Hit* M..I.O- Shoo. Crow, r»gf^> V»a, l/io*i MMWt JJ (Mho. T.«. •A DM IWV (M oil Iroowr*. MAJOR TINKER TOY$ $]88 MM. Ml htm o* I* |4.N F-or of" 4 through 12. Motion »»<ridtd kr »MI«M 4riv«. Color ••MM* •«kfc-« •Hk llpog.kook. 170 f !•<• Sol *l Inllillt €ARLYJETTLER LOGS Clkw *** U* To. $4.19 Wood CoirlMno, fllltri Mtilodi logt Italloekba. doors and vlnriowi. Natural tog 89 Pock.*' Wild AtfviMw* CHEMISTRY SET f»rfarm many fatcinoling ««ptri •<nh hem oaiy to r»4 monuol lorg* wpply of chemical and op pgrglm. AH in »u>l cgbincl. Chrittmat Special. . . Savl lit 53 PIECE.TRAIN SET ^ - . ~ "^». • T»nd«r, Hopptr, CH. Tank Car,, Cabooi* Trgi»forin«r wild Cunrtd end SlrnloM Iro«k • 17 fl«t Viflogt ana Soni J7.ll ValtM Nrftxly PiUIUd FARM STAKE TRUCK 10 iKk Mill.* VELOCIPEDE CINDHIIU AND IANTA ClAUS IOOK A Chmtaai activity book wild •* ouortmtnt •ofvlerly $11.f S to $15.«. IMlM* Ik,, lot-" ELECTRIC INCH ELECTRIC GIFT APPLIANCES EMmEritili $1.77 kounn ««f»l.r til. •'rill fo*«T o*4 looo WM (•'Ilk $1.77 •Mil I*, ••ft. I « 01*1 r*. Urn. ON*M MM TRAYS Combination Cor K»y i P«(h*l Knife CAR FLOOR MAT SET It* H »• •* CcntM»*> l-eHs««d pocket ko,f«, Wank «*> k,, git Sti «•«, Kor kku£> to M «l naVot ti MTV «ipy W M lor WfCfJAtllTM Iff tion in Minneapolis. They received the county association's charter of with the state group. Waltham Boy at Business College Kenneth Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, Waltham, enrolled in the Minnesota School of Business, Minneapolis, Dec. 1. He is taking the business administration, business management course. Meyer is a graduate of Austin High School. State Convention Reports Are Given Reports on the state convention were given at the Austin-Windom Farmers Union meeting Monday at Enterprise School. Christmas songs were sung by Patty Bulson, Marleiie and Mary Ellen Jenking and Kathy Malone. Five hundred prizes were awarded Mrs. Maurice Bulson and Bill Cress, high, and Mrs. Roland Pratt and Claud Walker, low. Cress also the traveling prize. A Christmas lunch was served &?& U! r A M 0 U S BHANDS MOOS .• 1 ALULS I : LAlUHtO Af COAST-TO-COAST STORES Schmidt, another of the monitors, filed complaints with Letts contending that Hoffa was giving them the runaround and ignoring their suggestions for reforms. Schmidt was chief attorney for .«'u«ti« i the ori 8inal rank-and-file plain- affiliation yfj s r The third monitor, L. N. D. (Nat) Wells, is a Teamsters attorney and has regularly dissented from policies of O'Donoghue and Schmidt. Letts ordered the Teamsters to follow all existing reform orders of the monitors and such reasonable orders of recommendation as may be made in the future. Godfrey P. Schmidt, a monitor, and the monitor chairman, Martin F. O'Donoghue, brought the complaints before Letts that union officers were defying clean-up orders. The judge ruled that certain provisions of the union constitution dealing with eligibility of Teamsters members to be candidates for union office are invalid. One Month In Advance These provisions require that union dues must be paid one month in advance if members are to be qualified as candidates. Some employers, collecting dues from workers on a check-off system for later transmittal to the union, have been late in turning by Mrs. Fred Llckteig, Mrs. Arne ] over the money and thus making Nelson, Mrs. Hiram Jensen and certain members ineligible. Mrs. Richard Schaeffer. An action meeting will be held Dec. 29, with a pot luck supper at the. Richard Felton home. WEATHER High previous 24 hours — 8. Low previous 24 hours —17. Reading at 8:30 a.m. — -18. General weather — Cloudy. Offir'al U. 8. Headings from Herald Weather Site on Roof of Fire Station: WEDNESDAY It was under the dues-payment provision that U.S. Dist. Judge James C. Connell of Cleveland barred rank-and-file candidates from running against officers of a Youngstown, Ohio, local. Connell also ruled that the monitors powers were purely advisory. His ruling is being appealed. 1 P. M. 2 P. M. 3 P. M. 4 P. M. 5 P. M. 6 P. M. 1 A. M. 2 A. M. 3 A. M. 4 A. M. 5 A. M. 6 A. M. 12 12 12 13 13 13 7 P. M. 8 P. M. 9 P. M. 10 P. M. 11 P. M. 12 P. M. THURSDAY ... 11 | 7 A. M. ... 10 J 8 A. M. ... 8 1 9 A. M. ... 5 | 10 A. M. ... 2 | 11 A. M. ... 0 I 12 Noon . NOTICE Special Assessment Advance Payments Close at 4:30 p.m. FRIDAY, DEC. 12 Signed J. H. Weiland FOR LATE SHOPPERS DHL HE 3-2202 ond.,. Gel the Happy Answer To Your GUI Problems MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EASY Ifs really no problem to get your Christmas shopping ovw in a hurry . . , without any problem of crowds and last* minute hustle. We're all set with wonderful suggestions and a big assortment of gifts for all — big and small. WOLD'S DRUG STORE is anxious to serve you - put the Christmas spirit Into your gift buying. Stop In at WOLD'S DRUG STORE today. LaPalina Cigars, 20'« Kool Smoke Pipes . Cigarette Lighters . Prince Albert, 1 Ib. . Yello-Bole Pipes .., $i.' 5 ojj $1.00l $1.49 I *i en.m WATERMAN'S Cartridge Fountain Pen $2.95 EVERY MAN WANTS OLD SPICE SHAVING ACCESSORIES GIFT SETS $|00 Schraft's Chocolates, 1 Ib $1.25 Tabu Body Sachet $1.75 Mermen Skin Bracer 60c Celebrity Travel Kit $2.00 Yardly's Shave Lotion $1,10 Buxton Billfolds $3.00 Baby Ben Alarm $5.50 Men's Manicure Set $1.75 Imported Barometer $4.95 St, Regis Heat Pad $4,50 SCALES $7.95 2-PliCE SPOk.SMAN MEN'S SET After fir PrsShov* (2.00 art/, 10c ROYAL S..EPEN OM-A-OoyVitomini.,, 98< Thorwin Cough Syrup. .$1.25 laytr Child's Aspirin.., 25< HAIR BRUSH Natural Brittle. $2.25 Coldim Stick Rub Ufttrint VIck'iColdTob MpHc iblfli, 69< 33< 63« OIHf *r •% Prescription Druyq/sfs MAIN AT BRIDGE AUSTIN,MINN riui 10% Nctwd |M!M Tw M Teil«»f!«

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