The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 12, 1958 · Page 5
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Fridoy, D««. 12, 1958 AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD-S ! VITAL STATISTICS Birthi AT ST. OLAP HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Dale Milton, 2107 Sheldon, son, Dec. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Finck, Dexter,, daughter, Dee. n. OUTSIDE OF AUSTIN Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Knutson, Albert tea, son, Dec. 11. She Is the former Vallene Mees, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mees, Dexter, and he is the son of Mr. and MM. Theodore Knuteon, Bar- geant. Deaths HENRY S. DAMPMAN Henry S. Dampman, 72, died Thursday at his home in Lansing. Surviving are two nieces, Mrs. William (Mildred) Alternant, Austin, and Mrs. Lucile Vandertie, Douglasvllle, Pa.; two nephews, Woodrow and Ervin Young,"Green Bay, Wis. Funeral services will be held Saturday. MRS. CHARLES BARTII Mrs. Charles Barth, 80, Preston, died at the Lanesboro Nursing HOme where she had been a patient for the past two weeks, Thursday. A lifelong resident of the Preston area, Mrs. Earth's husband was a farmer in the Preston community. She Is survived by five sons, Rueben, Austin; Lorenze, Spring Valley; Gerrit, Canton, Carl and Lewis, Preston; five daughters, Mrs. Henry Klompenhower and Mrs. David Klompenhower. Preston, Mrs. Arthur Lombard and Mrs. Kenneth Cady, Lake City, and Mrs. Etheridge Reynolds, Fountain; two brothers, John Kern, Isles, and Adam Kern, Inglewood, Calif.; and 40 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Saturday afternoon at Preston. MRS. MARY MILLER Mrs. Mary Miller, 70, a former Grand Meadow resident, died this morning at the home of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Slindee, Austin Rt. 5. Besides Mrs. Slindee (Ethel), t son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller, Dexter, with whom she had also made her home, survive. Funeral sen-ices will be held Monday afternoon. Card of Thonki 1 wish to thank all my relatives, friends and neighbors for the- iards, letters and gifts sent m? while I Was at Osag« Memorial Hospital and after 1 got home. A thank you to the doctors, nurses, nurses aids and to Pastor Hamilton for his visits. Mrs. Hannah Thompson. Ambulance Runs THURSDAY suspended IS days. Victor W. Andrews, 17, 801 Glea Funerals Mrs. Arthur Goetsch, Brownsdale will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at to perhaps a few hours. the Worlein Funeral home and at • t i « —. _ . .*_ Church, Brownsdale, the Rev. P L. Freidrich officiating. LARSON — Funeral services for Marsha Ann Larson, Grafton, Iowa, will be at 3 p.ni Saturday st Deer Creek Lutheran Church with interment in the church cemetery, the Rev. Henry Erickson officiating. The Schroeder and Hauge Home, St. Ansgar, is in charge of arrangements. MILLER — Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Miller, Austin Rt. 5, will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Worlein Funeral Home, the Rev. S. M. Schrietmueller official- ing. DAMPMAN - Funeral services for Henry S. Dampman, Lansing, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Jordan Mortuary Chapel, the Rev. Joe Matt officiating. Interment will be in Lansing Cemetery. CARE Gets Oakland 4-H Christmas Gifts OAKLAND, Minn. — Family gifts to CARE were brought to the Oakland 4-H Club meeting Tuesday at the Harold Lightly home. Marian Moucha gave a project talk on baking bread and Robert Guy reported on the f H Club Congress and International Livestock Show. He was a member of the School Menus AUSTIN PUBLIC SCHOOLS MONDAY — Chile and crackers sliced cheese, bread, butter, milk, ake. TUESDAY — Creamed chicken on biscuit, buttered peas, cranberries, bread, butter, milk, black- jerry sauce. WEDNESDAY — Escalloped po- ,atoes and ham, buttered whole kernel corn, bread, butter, milk, apricot sauce. THURSDAY — Soup and crackers, sliced meat and cheese, bread, butter, milk, pear cake. FRIDAY — Macaroni and heese, buttered green beans. JUV6nil§ Traffic MONDAY — Barbecued ham- Roger A. Whitcomb, 16, 312 N. burgers on buns with catsup, but-1 River, following too closely, license tered peas, sliced oranges and attanAfiAfiA 1ft J. u . _^fii_ milk. TUESDAY — Creamed chip beef son, careless driving, license sus- on toasted buns, buttered corn, pended 30 days, stayed one year, cheese wedges, bread and butter, Michael Tinsley, 16, 511 S. Ken- cherry crisp and milk. wood, no driver's permit in possession, warned and released. Jerry P. Tracy, 15, 111 High, speeding, license suspended 15 days. Robert G. Shane, 16, Taopi, speeding, license suspended 30 days. Marshall Ferris, 17, Austin Rt. 5, careless driving, license suspended 30 days, stayed six months. Municipal Court Leslie Hansen, Austin Rt. 1, no- fund check, dismissed. Rodney G. Kinney, 2106 Sheldon, driving too close to a fire truck, convicted and fined $5 or five days. He went to jail, Mrs. Befmo Bissen, 2007 Ellis, pleaded innocent of allowing her dog to run loose, convicted and fined $5, suspended. Death of Baby in Rochester Is Infanticide ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) -The death of a new born baby whose frozen body was found wrapped in paper sacks, is a case of infanticide, Detective Capt. Harold Fitzpatrick of Rochester police said today. Youngsters found the body late Wednesday near the Zumbro River in the heart of Rochester. The baby, a full term boy weighing 7'4 pounds, blond hair, was alive when born, pathologists said • — •••••••• "Wkiip fi*V4IU4VSgl0bO OCliU GOETSCH—Funeral services for after an autopsy. The baby lived after birth from a few minutes Fitzpatrick said the baby may Our^Savior's Lutheran have died due to lack of proper J -'- "-- - - care i mme diately after birth or may have been alive when put in the sacks and thrown into the snow. Fitzpatrick said identity of the mother is not known. The sacks made of common Freeborn 4-H team which represented Minnesota in the national competition. j son SOUTH ST. PAUL (AP) - ST. AUGUSTINE SCHOOL MONDAY — Barbecued ham- WEDNESDAY-Salisbury steaks and pickles, buttered green beans, bread and butter, peach sauce and milk. THURSDAY — Turkey Sn gravy with mashed potatoes, cranberries, tossed salad, bread and butter, cookie and milk. FRIDAY — Fish sticks, potato chips, vegetable jello salad, bread and butter, brownies and milk. HAYFIELD MONDAY — Goulash, buttered jreen beans,, cheese, bread, butter, grape jelly, sauce, milk. TUESDAY — Mashed potatoes, lamburger gravy, carrot sticks, bread, butter, honey, cookies, milk. WEDNESDAY — Barbecues, buttered corn, fruit, milk, THURSDAY — Scalloped potatoes and ham, celery sticks, bread, butter, peanut butter, sauce, milk. FRIDAY — Macaroni and cheese, sliced meat, bread, butter, peanut butter, cranberries, ice cream, cookie, milk. GRAND MEADOW MONDAY - Potatoes, pork and gravy, vegetable sticks, sandwich, dessert, milk. TUESDAY - Creamed chicken, hot biscuits, vegetable, dessert, milk. WEDNESDAY -' Chili, meat sandwich, dessert, milk. THURSDAY — Hamburgers, potato chips, pickles, dessert, milk. FRIDAY — Macaroni and cheese, hot vegetable, sandwich, dessert, milk. ADAMS PUBLIC SCHOOL MONDAY — Hamburger spaghetti casserole, carrot and celery sticks, peanut butter sandwiches, plum sauce, milk. TUESDAY — Sloppy joes, buttered corn, raisin rice pudding, milk. WEDNESDAY — Turkey and gravy, mashed potatoes, celery _. cranberry sauce, ice cream, cookies, milk. THURSDAY — Baked beans, brown oaoer have been sent H inu « auA * — Baked beans, U^trcriL ouJea^L""U " 1 *™*<#M«, &> ""dwiches, 'Heat Savers' Blamed for Deaths of 2 cake milk. FRIDAY — Tunaruna casserole, buttered green beans, peanut butter sandwiches, fruit, jello, milk LEROY PUBLIC SCHOOLS MONDAY — Goulash, lettuce salad, peanut butter sandwich, dessert, milk. TUESDAY - Escalloped pota In- toes, roast pork, apple sauce, Ritz ... . , — —-" > •»«««• K"*», *i>t»c aauce, ziiu vestigators today blamed home - crackers, cheese sandwich, bread made "heat savers" for backing and butter, milk. up carbon monoxide that killed WEDNESDAY'- Potato salad two children in a second floor buttered corn, cold meat sand apartment here Thursday. Four w i ch , bread and butter, peach others were overcome by the sauce milk deadly fumes from a gas heater. THURSDAY - Creamed turkey Dead were Douglas Kittelson, 2, mashed potatoes, cranberries and his year-old brother, Dean. peanut butter sandwich> donutg Reported in fair condition at Riverview Memo rial Hospital were their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kittelson, another son, Daniel, 3, and 2-year-old Debra Ann Hanson, a niece. First word of the tragedy came in a telephone call DeWayne Hanson, 26, father of Debra, received while on the job at a packing plan there. Police said Kittelson apparently made the call while in a semiconscious state. Rushing to the apartment, Han- found the Kittelsons, their FRIDAY — Escalloped salmon, mashed potatoes, buttered peas, egg salad sandwich, cake, milk ROSE CREEK HIGH SCHOOL MONDAY - Mashed potatoes sauerkraut and wieners, bread butter, cookies and milk. TUESDAY — Beef noodle soup and crackers, carrot, celery and cheese sticks, peanut butter sandwiches, dessert and milk. A Christmas lunch was served. Bond-Chorus Number Feotu res 100 Students HAYFIELD, Minn. - Selections .„„ itQI15>uua imtt Jlluycvl , 1IVU by the band, mixed chorus and I his brother - in . law's apart- I'll"! A tf]04> /Mlm UMll K& «Mn«,*_l_-] . ... . . __ all unconscious. Police and ambulance attendants used oxygenators and artificial respiration to revive four of the victims before rushing them to the hospital. The Hansons had moved into . ., . - —-i iiis brother • in - law's apart- girls glee club will be presented iment Wednesday. Mrs. Hanson at Hayfield High School Wednes-lww absent at work when the day in the annual Christmas con-!fumes struck. CC n' lftn . ., I Police said that the "heat sav- Over 100 students will take e rs" were tin jar covers in which part in the presentation of "Era of Peace" a combined band-chorus number. Christmas programs at the Wai- tham and Sargeant schools will be Dec. 19. Seaton Plans Return to Private Business HONOLULU (AP) — Interior Secretary Fred A. Seaton said to- slits had been made and inserted into the gas vent pipes, thus holding back outflow of the gases. Duluth Records Its 19th Traffic Fatality DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — Duluth recorded its 19th traffic fatality, compared with 13 a year ago when Mrs. Minnie Bloom, 72, was stuck down at an intersection near , , , , i a*ut«v uvwii at cui jiik day be hoped to resign soon and; her home Thursday return to private busmess. PoHce Baid fiheyw hit fe ;7 ,!! rr » ed , here j rhure "car piloted by Daniel W. Rock t fnr in*> WActx»>n T?o<r;*i n --_... ... day night for the Western Region al Republican Conference, gave no firm date for his resignation. He told newsmen he wanted to quit his cabinet post in the near 26, Duluth, while it was being pushed by one driven by his brother. Eugene. 21. Mrs. Bloom's death carried the state traffic toll to 657, up 15 from WEDNESDAY Barbecue sandwiches, baked beans, potato chips, carrot sticks, pickles, apple fritters and milk. THURSDAY - Roast turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, dress- ng, cranberries, pickles, bread, butter, Christmas cookies, ice cream and milk, ' FRIDAY — Salmon cakes, buttered corn, buttered beets, cheese sticks, bread, butter, chocolate pudding and milk. BROWNSDALE MONDAY — Barbecued hamburger, pickles, apple sauce, milk. TUESDAY - Vegetable beef soup, crackers, sliced cheese, orange jello with pineapple, frosted graham cracker, peanut butter sandwich, milk. WEDNESDAY _ Buttered corn, potato chips, sliced cheese, fruit salad, peanut butter sandwich milk. THURSDAY - Mashed potatoes, , roast turkey and gravy, dressing! I future "so I can make up for time B year ago today . I have been missing with my fam ily." Seaton, who owns several mid- western newspapers and radio stations, speaks at tonight's closing banquet. He will return to Wat>h- mgtoo Saturday. v. BRANDT AND BONN BERLIN (AP) - West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt ilew to Bonn today to plan strategy on the Berlin crisis with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. cranberries, Christmas cookies! bread, butter, milk. FRIDAY _ Baked beans, fish sticks, lettuce, banana, cabbage salad, plum sauce, peanut butter sandwich, milk. VISIT CUT SHOHT AUCKLAND, New Zealand (AP) —Canadian Prime Minister Joim Diefenbaker cut short a visit to New Zealand and left by plane to-. uight for Canada because of the I illness of hi» 86-year-old mother NEW ZIPPO SLIM-LIGHTER Beautiful modern in chrome, silver-filled and gold-filled cases ... Zippo lighfers are for every man and woman who wants a slender, light weight lighter ... of famed Zippo quality ... for easy action and sure lights. In a wide variety of finishes and styles. Zippo lighters are a much appreciated Christmas gift $6.00 to $150.00. EAST SIDE PHARMACY E. Water at Railway HE 3-2353 Smith-Corona SMITH-CORONA SILENT SUPER Th« new Smith-Corona Silenr Super now available in choice of colors — white, pink, blu« r green and gray. It's the world's most popular portable — and is the perfect Yuie gift for students, teachers, doctors, clergymen, salesmen or social workers — In fact, «verybody appreciates them. AUSTIN OFFICE SUPPLY 108 N. Main HE 3-8682 LADY SUNBEAM SHAVEMASTER SHAVER Micro-Twin head for all feminine grooming needs. One side for shaving underarms; other shaves legs close, clean, smooth. Both sides gold plated for extra smoothness. A Start Full of Yule Gift Ideas at the AUSTIN DRUG St. Paul at West Water St. Phone HE 3-2105 Open Till 10 P.M. 7 Nites A Week WE MAIL OVERSEAS TO THOSE IN JTHE SERVICE Give A Lasting Gift Give a subscription to the AUSTIN DAILY HERALD , . . Send the HERALD to friends or relatives in the Armed Forces. Call the Circulation Department Today . . . Call HE 3-8851 BRUNSWICK BOWLING BALLS Guaranteed for iifel 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 eustomatic measuring device assures perfect fit. We guarantee Complete satisfaction. Perfect as gifts-priced from $24.95. GUS YOUNG'S AUSTIN BOWL 204 N. River AUSTIN Ph. HE 3-4250 POLAROID* Land CAMERA POLAROID® HIGHLANDER LAND CAMERA The exciting gift that costs less than you thinkl Ideal snapshot camera—just snap, pull tab, and there's your print—in 60 seconds. New Panchromatic film gives magnificent prints — easy-to-use — single dial selects correct lens, shutter combination. $72.75. Flash optional, $12.95. EAST SIDE PHARMACY E. Water & Railway HE 3-2353 COSCO HOUR GLASS STOOL The shape of tomorrow today — in stools for kitchen, breakfast bar and bath. Stools handsomely designed with flair. They come in three heights: 16" for bathrooms, 24" for kitchen counter, 30" for bar. Available with fixed or revolving seat, with or without back. Chromium-plated legs or metallic tan. Your choice of upholstery colors. 24" Model shown $13.95. EARL FURNITURE STORES Downtown — Sterling MAR0I STROMIIHG-CARLSON Here's magnificent sound . . . plus a new concept In styling. This phonograph is styled with reversibl* "Trim-a-Door"-beautifully wood finished on one side» contrasting finish on the other. You can paint, paper or fabric-cover the reverse sidel 15-watt amplifier, 3 speakers, 4-speed changer and many more deluxe features-plus easy addition of stereo. Mardl Gra» ii but one of a full line of superb phonograph* and radio phonographs by Stromberg-Carlson. For a» little at $19.95 down. CHAFFEE PIANO & ORGAN CO; 506 LANSING HE 3-3141 "There is nothing fintr tkm a Stmtnder^-Carlion" CHOCOLATE C SANTA'S FAVORITE CANDY Whitman's Sampler is the favorite gift of thoughtful Santa's everywhere. For when you give Whitman'* you pay the supreme compliment of giving the finest. Give Whitman's Sampler, the world'* favorite box of chocolates. AUSTIN DRUG St. Paul at W. Water - Ph. HE 3-2105 Open Every Nite Till 10 p.m. etsft. COSCO WALNUT AND BRASS SERVING CART This brand new, really de luxe cart is actually all steel. Two special processes make its shelves look exactly like softly rubbed wood, its frame gleaming brass. Easy to keep clean and shining. On 3" rubber casters, it rolls out refreshments, beautifully, effortlessly, soundlessly. At your service for Christmas giving. $18.95. EARL FURNITURE STORES Downtown — Sterling Give Comfort for Christmas! TtU ONI AND ONU FAMOUS BARCALOUNGER WITH "FLOATING COMFORT" Say "Merry Christmas" to someone you love with the soothing, relaxing comfort of the world-famoub Borca- Lounger. Patented "Floating Comfort" cradles the body in any position from sitting to full reclining without locks or lever. Choose from many styles, colors and covers including fabric, vinyl plastic, genuine leather, and combinations. As low as $119.50. Others as low as $59.50. Easy terms, EARL FURNITURE STORES Downtown - Sterling Ytek&> REMINGTON QU1ET.RITER-ELEVEN GIFT THAT GIVES MORE . . . WRITES MORE! It s the new Remington Quiet-riter Eleven Portable-* the only portable with so many major features of the office typewriter . . . wide 11-inch carriage . . . 88- character standard keyboard . . . swift, sure, feather- light touch . . . printwork that is superbly sharp ancj distinctive. It's the greatest portable vglue of all times ... the greatest gift of all Christmas times. NILAN PRINTING CO. INC. 130 W. Maple AUSTIN Pb. HtJ-2055

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