The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 16, 1958 · Page 2
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Austin, Minnesota
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Tuesday, December 16, 1958
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J-AUSffN J VITAL STATISTICS Birthi At ST. OLAf HOSPITAL Mr. »nd Mrs. Melvin Quam, 506 Marshall, daughter, Dec. IS. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer R. Olund, !9n3 Ellis, «on, Dec. it. Mtr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Krob, so? Lake, ion, Dee. id. OUTSIDE 0* AUSTIN Mf. and Mrs. Nell Asfahl, Riceville, Iowa, daughter, t>ec. », «tl Rlceville Hospital. Marriage Licenses Terry G. Perrigo, Walthatn, and Janice L. Krachmer, Austin Rt. 2. Deaths GEORGE NEUBAUER George Neubauer, 59, died this morning: at Raymond's Rest Haven after a lingering illness. A resident of Dexter, he is survived by four sisters, Mrs. Martha Wlilte of Oregon, Miss Anna Neubauer, Mrs. Elizabeth Lindeman, Mrs. George (Marie) Schaffer, Waterloo, Iowa; four brothers, Hugo of New Ulm, Herman of Tuesdoy, Dec. 16, 1958 jCemeterj? with VFW Post 1216 in charge of the escort. AARNES —funeral services for Herman C. Aftrntt, Ostrander, will be held at 3 p.m., Wednesday at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Ostrander, the Rev. Alton Larsen officiating. Interment will be in Ostrander Cemetery with the Marts Funeral Home, LeRoy, in charge of arrangements. Obituaries 1890 Thomas EngeK 1958 Fergus Falls, Fred and Walter of Austin, Funeral arrangement will be announced later by the Worlein Funeral Home A. A. MERRILL A. A, Morrill, Steele, N, D., died Saturday at a hospital in Jamestown, N, D. He was a former resident of; Thomas Levi Engen was born Austin. Funeral services held Monday at Steele. MRS. ELMER NELSON Word has been received of the ! Oct. 3, 1WO at Brodhead. Wls, the son of Ole and Nellie Engen. On Jan. 18 1908 he was united in marriage with Helen Nerby at Brodhead, death of Mrs. Elmer Nelson, Min-1 He died suddenly in Minneapo- ills Dec. 9 1958; Funeral services were held at 2 p.m Dec 12 at Funerals She was a cousin of Mrs. _„ _ .... _ w>> Ulland and Mrs. H.,J. Braaten,|the WorleV's-unerai Home"the Cornung - Rev. Neal Johnson officiating. Interment was in Red Oak Grove l Cemetery. Mr. Engen Is survived by his FLEMING — Funeral services for Mathias Fleming. 1005 Sullivan, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Worlein Funeral Home, the Rev. Joe Matt officiating. Interment will be In Woodbury Responsible Service Our prescription department Is mactst 1$ always ready to serve you...Tn times of Ulneu to fill your prescription or In times of health when you merely want an everyday health aid. Wold's Drag Store "Dealers In Fine Drugs Since 1866" FREE DELIVERY M«!n •» Bridgt Phone HE 3-2326 *ft J?&« &&& $8*5 %e$i tXwXM {ATKVSJ -&&£*. wife Helen; two daughters Mrs. Charles Christopherson (Ethel) Austin, and Mrs. Frank Johnson (Alice), Minneapolis; three grandchildren; one great-grandson; a sister; Mrs, Amanda Paulson, Brodhead. Out • of • town persons attending the funeral were Mrs. Amanda Paulson and Chester Paulson, Brodhead. 1886 Henry Dampman 1958 Henry Samuel Dampman, son of John and Christine Dampman, was born in Carroll County, 111., May 26, 1886, and passed away at his home in Lansing, Dec. 11, 1958, after an illness of two years. Though he had been in poor health, his passing was unexpected. He attended school in Howard County and Riceville Iowa, and farmed with his father until his father's death when he moved to Lansing. He was janitor at Lansing School for 12 years, retiring about a year ago. He was a friend of all the children and respected by his friends and neighbors. He was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers, John, Westly and Charles Dampman; three sisters, Dorothea Hanson, Tillie Young and Ann Bassett. He is survived by two nieces, Mrs. William (Mildred) Akermnnt, Austin, and Mrs. Lucile Vandertie I Douglasville, Pa.; two nephews, Woodfow and Ervin Young, Green Bay, Wls.; three great-nieces and two great-nephews. Funeral services were held Saturday, Dec. 13, 1958, at 2 p.m at the Jordan Mortuary Chapel with the Rev. Joe Matt officiating Interment was at Lansing Cemetery. Card of Thanks I want to thank my friends, neighbors and relatives for all the cards, gifts, flowers and visits while I was a patient at the St. Olaf Hospital. Special thanks to Dr. Nesse, Rev. Kooy for his prayers, the special flowers from the Church of Christ "ilortg with their prayers, Rev. Roger Hoffman, nurses, nurses aids and the Gray Ladies. Thanks also for the lovely meals. May the Lord bless you all. Mrs. Hollie Ttndal, Rose Creek. Our deepest feeling and grate ful thanks are extended to our friends and neighbors who so generously offered their words of com' fort and sympathy and to the la dies at Lansing who furnished the lunch at the church. Your kindnesses will never be forgotten. Also thanks to Rev. Matt and the singers. May God bless you always*. The Nietes and Nephews of Henry Dampman. ! I wish to express my sincere' thanks to all my relatives, friends! and neighbors for the many prayers, flowers^ gifts, cards and visits while I was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Special thanks to the clergy, doctors, nurses and all. It was all greatly appreciated. Mrs. William Gerber, Adams, Minn. In Memoriam In loving memory of Achiel De Mets who passed away one year ago today: There are some who miss you Cub Pack 108 GUnvl11 * Youth V.UQ racR luo Is Reorganized Cub Scout P4ck 108, sponsored by Shaw School PTA, held a reorganizations! meeting at th4 school last week and 27 boys and their parents selected new leaders and Committee members. Herbert H. Dreyer was named Institutional respresentative to the council and district; Nels E. Nelson was named pack committee chairman; Tom Peterson, Cecil W. McGonigle, Ralph George and Lloyd F. Anderson, committee members; Bob Mongold, cub master; Mrs. Elmer E. Peterson, Mrs John Halverson, Mrs. John Hagen and Mrs. Carl Heudt, den moth ers. Additional committee members and den mothers will be added in the near future. Boys interested In joining or parents willing to help as committee members or den mothers cah contact the cubmas- ter. SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS When Ordering Your — CHRISTMAS Trees Centerpieces Door Badges Wreaths Flocked Branches Christmas Plants The earlier you can place your order the better the service opportunity you will create for yourself as we serve your needs — By Early Selection You Assure the Best Choice. Yottngsttrt <nd Grownupi toe will injoy siting out Christmas Dispky Windows. Feel Free To call on us at any time and we will do our utmost to give you the kind of service you want on all your Christmas floral needs. HOURS—Open till 9 p.m Mon. fr Tuet., Dec. 22 tV 23. Open Wed, Chriitmei Eve to 6 p.m. Open Christmas till noon. 510 E. Water St. FLORISTS Ph. HE 3-2316 DoMe her holiday cheer with Helena Rubinstein's charming Fragrance Duo, only T\ Helena Rublnatein has taken two favorite American bablta-her famous, clinging colognes and beautiful body powders* and brought them together for Christmas. They come In a gar, fifty package for present delicious fragrance* for future pleasure: either Apple Bloaaom to give an advance whiff of Spring, very romantic White Magnolia, or beloved Heaven-Sent. Just 8.50 for the set, plmttx. sadly, And find the time long since you went, There are some who think of you always, And try to be brave and content. Gone is the face we loved so dear; Silent is the voice we loved to hear; Tis sad but true, we wonder why, The best are always the first to die. Sadly missed by Wife and Children. Municipal Court Otto W. Baker, Elmore, running a red light, $10. Zelma M. Bolinger, 1006 5. River, failure to yield right of way, acquitted. Clinton A. Britt, 2004 Deneen, driving 40 m.p.h in a 30-mile tone $30 or 30 days. Mrs. Esteline Cline, 806 Marshall, leaving keys in ignition, forfeited $5. Louis E. Fletcher, 107 N. Rail way, disorderly, $10. James G. Harlicker, Owatorma driving too fast for conditions, $15 Linnea Morrison, 1308 Walnut no driver's license in possession $5. Ruth M. Nelson, Myrtle, running a Hashing light, $5. Marcella E. Schaefer, 308 W College, running a red light, $5 William A. Smith, Austin Rt. 5 failure to yield right of way, $15 Alvin J. Anker, Austin Rt. 1 drunk driving, pleaded innocent trial is at 1 p.m. Dec. 30. Frank J. Downey, Austin Rt. 5 unsafe equipment, $50 of which $25 was suspended. Horace H. Hendrickson, North wood, Iowa, driving 70 m.p.h. in a 55-mile zone, $20. Kermit L. Zeidall, Lyle, driving 65 m.p.h. in a 55-mile zone, $1! Milton O. Munson, Rochester, n driver's license, $25. Robert V. Smith, 1516 W. Mill operating vehicle over legal width $10. James Zobal, 1104 Tollefson drunken driving, $100 or 90 day and driver's license revoked. BUDGET OIL GO. Presents the AUSTIN PACKERS "MIKE MARIENAIT ^^^^™^^^^^^^^^^™^^^™ m ' ' ii^^^^"™" > inMnni—i^iiunn i"u - -~^^wCT»wn«iKi*^>i^^^^^^^^^^^^^gg^g^^gigBHB<HWVilMWeMBHHBlBlHl|BlHRllHlBmMIB^BViP" WOLD'S DRUG STORE let. 1966 Cosmetic Counttr Austin. Minn. Th» President of the Class of 1959 is Mike Marienou. He is 9 5'-U", 165 pound Guard on Ove Bervin's current edition of the Austin Packer five. Mike is the son of Mr. ond Mrs. Carl Marienau, 1700 Mower Drive. Mr. Morienau is employed at the Usem Chevrolet Co. Mike is a member of the Student Council, belongs to Luther League, ond enjoys hunting and fishing as hobbies. In addition to basketball, Mike ploys football and baseball. A Public Service Larry D. Moucha, 18, Olenvillc, was fined $25 or 30 days iA Municipal Court today for having Intoxicating liquor In a dance hall He was apprehended early Satur day with six youths in a crack, down on Juvenile drinking. Five of the youths have already appeared in court and a sixth, a 17- year-old girl, was slated for Juvenile Court. Adams Lions Give Pork Board $100 ADAMS, Minn. — A $100 contribution to the Adams Park Board was made by Adams Lions Club for park Improvements. The club will meet again Jan. 13. $48 DAMAGE IN COLLISION A collision at 8:45 a.m. today at Main near Lansing caused $35 dam age to the car of Helen Meighan, 1409 W. Medary and $10 damage to the car of Richard James Burton, Austin Rt. 1. Troop 12 Mooting to Be Hold Tonight the second organization meeting of the new Boy Scout troop 12, sponsored by Holy Cross Lu- heran Church, will be held at 7:30 p.m. today in the basement of the church, the troop la open to membership for all boys in tin Decker Acres area. Those wishing to Join should attend the meeting hia evening with their parents. I CAH HELP YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ... to a more secure future with MODERN WOODMEN LIFE INSURANCE * S«vingi Ploni * Life Insurance it Retirement Plans if Mortgage Cancellation Plans if Education Fundi DARWIN (Duke) GRAY 1200 Wett College Austin, Minn. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Ham. Offlct Reck Island, III. Dr. Piiltr Speaki to Science Academy The to* of radio » Isotopes in heartresearch was'discussed by Dr. James Peifer, bio-chemist at the Hormel Institute, before Members of the Junior Academy of Science Monday night. the primary purpose of his Ice- lure, explained Dr. peifer, was to explain how systems function by use of isotopes, which can be trac- with a geiger counter. A brief history of heart disease occurrence was also related by t h « speaker, in wnich he outlined the differences between arteries of » normal person and those of a heart patient. 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