The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 18, 1958 · Page 12
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^Memorial Show Case to Pioneer Women Is Dedicated Mementoes and .objects of Mln- forte of your committee," he told nesota arid Mower County history went on "permanent display this morning at the Pioneer and Historical Building as a memorial to pioneer women. The display case, mounted on the west wall, has objects collected in the countywide treasure hunt conducted this year as a Statehood Centennial activity of the Mrs. Weseman. the memorial was dedicated by Mrs. Geraldine Rasmussen who read the tribute composed by Mrs. John H. Skinner. In dedicating the display, Mrs. Rasmussen said. "I feel it an honor to dedicate this centennial gift from the women of Mowet noua Mmiennwi « C «vuy or tnt| ft is also a gacrcd honor fof coxtnty women's committee, head- ^MM C89e , g to h<)ld ^ aj FOUR INJURED—Both cars were damaged heavily in a two-car crash at Main and Garf ield this morning with four injured. Crash Sends Boy, 12, to Hospital A U-year-old boy was hospital-1 underwent surgery after the mis-1 cut left knee; and a passenger feed and three other persons were hap but was reported considerably in the Schwerin car, James W. Injured In • two-car crash about 1:05 a.m. today at Main and Gar- tield. s In good condition this morn- lig at St. Olaf Hospital was Dafid Roberts, 12, 303 Gleason. He improved. Also injured but not requiring hospital treatment were Elmer J. Schwerin, Adams, driver of one car, nose bleed; Cynthia Bennett, 303 Gleason, driver of the other suffered severe facial cuts and car, two small lacerations and a Routine Exam Pay Dropped by Blue Cross Mew contracts in Minnesota Blue 7 From Here Get U. Degrees Seven Austinites will be among 725 University of Minnesota students to be awarded degrees at Cross will no longer pay hospital j commencement exercises tonight. bills for routine physical examina tions or purely diagnostic studies. Junes W. Keeler, assistant vice president, has announced that while old contracts still in force will be honored, notices of the new provision are being sent to subscribers u renewal time nears. He explained the change is an attempt to keep Blue Cross rates down. Over-use of hospital beds for physical examinations and diagnosis tends to make hospital beds short for the critially sick and push Blue Cross rates higher. Keeler sent a letter to doctors In the state charging that in many cases examinations should have been made in the doctors' offices instead of sending patients to the hospital. Subscribers in Blue Cross collect benefits for hospital care but not for doctor's office care. In cases where patients go to the hospital for diagnosis and prove to have a definite condition of illness or injury needing hospital care, Blue Cross will contnue to, pay, said Keeler. Hayfield C of C Elects Officers HAYFIELD, Minn. — Dr. W, J. Mackey, Hayfield veterinarian, was elected president of the Hayfield Chamber of Commerce Monday, Other officers are Stanley Lindgren, vice presient, and Lloyd Baken, secretary - treasurer James Madison was the smallest U. S, president. He was five feet four and weighted less than too pounds. The eleva'or now used in bullfl- inga all over the world was invented by Elisha Graves Otis in 1891. Max Freedman, Washington correspondent for the Machester Guardian, will give the commencement address on "American Leadership in the Free World." Degree candidates are: Joyce Ellis Buettner and Duane Jerome Hylland, bachelor of arts from the ichool of Science Literature and ;he Arts; William Howe Louk, bachelor t>f science from the Institute of Agriculture; Colleen Joy Painter Bartley and Margaret Elizabeth Hansen, bachelor of science frm the College of Education; Guy Eugene Elam and Caro] Joseph Johnson, bachelor of business administration from the school of Business Administration. •jf' Get Tickets to 'Music Man' A service friendship of an Ellis Junior High teacher resulted in tickets for Meredith Willson's "Music Man" for all participants in the YMCA sponsored Easter seminar, Cliff Maxwell, seminar direc tor, said today. Maxwell had been trying for some time to get tickets for the Broadway musical. Roland Dain the teacher, finally came to the rescue. Dain served under an officer named Igge Wolfington, an actor who now has a part in "Music Man." He wrote Wolfington and secured tickets for the seminar group. Maxwell announced that four more students had signed up fo the seminar. They are Sandr Glynn, Grand Meadow HI g 1 School, and Charles Tomhave Kathleen Streeter and Ann Bev erly Hunt, Austin High seniors. iMmnihan, Taopi, bruised right •''•nee. The boy was in the Bennett car. Police reported that Cynthia Bennett, driving south on Main street, was making a feft turn o Garfield at the time of the mpact. Schwerin was heading west on Garfield, and the cars collided at the intersection just east of the entrance to LaFayette Park. Sen- werin's car was damaged $500; he was tagged for driving too ast for conditions, damage of 1400 was done to the Bennett car. Another collision at 4 p.m. Wed nesday at Bridge and Hickory caused $20 damage to the car of Raymond Kyllo, Hayfield, and $120 damage to the car of Arlen Helfrich, 912 Johnson. Kiwanians See Slides, Hear of Brazil Trip R. C. Alderson is convinced that the United States has a lot of friends in Brazil. He was there in August, and he told the Kiwanis club Wednesday noon that he saw many indications of friendship and understanding. Alderson talked with American missionaries in Brazil, and they assured, him that the people "are friendly towards us." "If anyone should know," said Alderson, "the missionaries ought to." Alderson told of the pleasant flight from Florida to South America and reported that Brazil airline employes outdid themselves to please the U. S. delegates to the International Council of Chris tian Churches." Among the colored slides taken by Mr. and Mrs. Alderson on their trip, Alderson showed one of an attractive Brazilian girl, but hi moved this slide quickly in favor of one of three Dutch delegates tt the church convention. He allow ed considerable time for Kiwanian to view the latter slide, pointing out that the three men were no only distinguished looking bu highly intelligent and devout Chris tians. After Wednesday's luncheon, Ki wanis members took their assign ments to distribute gifts to homebound children. ed by Mrs. D. H. Weseman, High way 105. On display are a butter churn and butter press, a copy of Me- Guffey's Electlc Reader, examples of Spencerian penmanship, wedding china, a lemon squeezer, 193-year-old wooden bowl, old fruit jar, seteoscope, a communion cup used by the First Congregational Church, wedding slippers and other objects. Mrs. Weseman explained the history of each item, reported the onor and area, and presented the xhibit to the historical society, tate Sen. P. J. Holand, society resident, accepted the award on jehalf of the county. "This exhibit represents all areas f the county and is truly a fine ddition to the historical build- ng," Holand said. "The entire ounty is appreciative of the ef- SCHEID PLUMBING, HEATING & SHEET METAL CO. REMODELING SAMiE Entire Showroom Stock Being Sold at Drastically Reduced Prices! Woter Heaters Built-in Ranges Woter Soteners Kitchen Vent Fans Bathroom Fixtures Kitchen Sink Faucets Sinks Space Heaters Furnaces Kitchen Vent Hoods Boilers Hallmack Accessories SCHEID PLUMBING. HEATINI SHEET METAL CO Higiiw«y 218 North • Now Phone No. HE 7-459 . this treasures of 'our pioneers, contributed by them or their children. We can rightfully judge people by the things they hold dear and treasure. Some of these are of sentimental value and some were secured at a great sacrifice. It is our privilege and desire that they be preserved. To that end I dedicate this gift in the hope that no vandal hand will destroy these treasures. I dedicate it In trust that the young people will find Interest in it as we have. I dedicate It In love for those who have given these treasures and In appreciation to those who have contributed to, the gift." Mrs. Donald Heng, Minneapolis, state women's chairman, congratulated the Mower County Committee of 100 on its achievements in observance of Minnesota's 100 years as a state. Mrs. R. L. Bolton, Adams, read the centennial prayer. After the ceremonies, the group adjourned to Nelson's for a luncheon and program. Mrs. Weseman presented centennial medallons to committee members who worked hard on the project and Mrs. H. H. Corey pinned centennial ribbons on each member of the committee. Medalion recipients were Miss May Wiseman, Lansing; Mrs. E. C. Ecklund, LeRoy; Mrs. Vance Hotson, Lyle; Mrs. Lee Machacek, Sr., Lyle; Mrs. Millen Jensen, Wai- tham; Mrs. Anton Fruth, Grand Meadow; Mrs. N. S. Jncobson, Dexter; Mrs. Anton Granle, THURS., DEC. 18,1958 PAGE 12 Church Programs Piano Recital at Granid Meadow \ GRAND MEADOW, Minn. Piano students pf Mrs. Edith Rogers will present a recital in the Grand Meadow High School Auditorium at 8 p.m. Friday. Taking part will be Nancy Peterson, Karrn Myhrem, Lauris Berg, Susan Burrington, Gregory Sween, Paul Sween, Patricia Lindelien, Steven Clarke, Rebecca Ronne, Marie Flickinger, Moniba Torgrimson, and Mary Durham. The public is invited. FAITH EUB CHURCH SCHOOL 7:30 p.m., Dee. tl Ushers: Roger Kuether, David Sietsema, David Jensen, and Frankie Collette. Candlelight erg: Ronald Ellis and Jerry Wend. Chancel Choir Carol Choir Leader: Barbara Saholt Reader: Terrel Hoopman Reader of the Scripture: Richard Borg Minister & Superintendent Mrs. A. A. Ziemer, Supt. Director, Mrs. Eugene Gosha. 0 Come, Let Us Adore Him Prelude: 0 Holy Night Processional: Joy to the World Invocation: Minister Christmas Poem: Third Grade Christmas Carol: Away in a Manger Kindergarten Christmas Prayer: Second Grade, Leader, Barbara Saholt. O Come, All Ye Faithful — First Grade O Christmas Tree and Jesus Loves me — Nursery Lighting of the Candles: Reader: The Christmas Story— Terrel Hoopman Picture Study: Chancel Choir: There's a Song in the Air Scripture: Luke 2:4-7, Richard Borg Carol Choir: 0 Little Town of Bethlehem. Chancel Choir: 0 Come, Let Us Adore Him. Reader: When Christ Was Born —Terrel Hoopman Carol Choir: What Child is This? Picture Study: The S«ng of Christmas Chancel Choir: While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks Scripture: Luke 2:8-14 — Richard Borg Fourth, fifth & sixth grade boys: Angels We Have Heard on High Picture Study: The Arrival of the Shepherds Scripture: Luke 2:15,16. — Richard Borg Carol Choir: Stars Were Gleaming Chancel Choir: 0 Come, L«t Us Adore Him Reader: Terrel Hoopman Picture Study: The Wise Men Came Chancel Choir: We Three Kings of Orient Are. 1 Scrpiture: Matthew 2:1, 2, 9-11 —Richard Borg Chancel Choir: Response of No 84, "0 Come, Let Us Adore Him Dedication of Gifts Response: Chancel Choir Christmas Carol: It Came Upon the Midnight Clear — No. 82 (congregation and choirs standing) Benediction. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Blooming Prairie Opie S. Rindahl, Pastor Dec. 21 Morning Worship 9 and 10:30 ttelsen and James Imsdahl. Mr. Tames Imsdahl will be the music director. Kenneth Wagner, Church School Superintendent, will be in charge of the general arrangements and .he distribution of the Christmas treat. PO Volume U Under 1957 More than a million and a half pieces of mail have been handled at the Austin Post Office in the past 12 days, but total volume is still running about 200,000 pieces behind the comparative period last year, Postmaster Elmer Requa said today. A total of 1,614,397 pieces were handled from Dec. 6 through Wednesday with the heaviest volume Wednesday — 296,539 pieces. Last year during the same period 1,826,873 pieces were handled, with a high day of 299,787. "Either this year's mail volume will be down," Requa said, "or many patrons are waiting until the last minute to get their Chirst- mas cards and parcels in the mail.' To handle the Christmas rush this year, 55 extra men were hired. The total man-hours during the hree times the normal amount. Employes now are putting an average of 960 hours compared with 340 hours average the rest of the year. Students Visit Disposal Plant Members of the Pacelli High School Biological Science Club toured the city disposal plant Tuesday under the guidance of Dr. Robert Knutson, chemist. Observation included the pumping stations, high rate filters, floc- culators, clarifiers, sludge control buildings and equalizing tanks. Students were told that anaero- Quie to Meet With Council Rep. Al Quie will meet with his Farm Advisory Council tonight in the Kahler Hotel, Rochester. Harlow Sayles, rural Austin, council chairman, and Mrs. Sayles, will join Quie and the council at a 7 p.m. dinner. At 8 p.m., a general council session will be held and all persons interested in conferring with Quie are invited. This is one of a series of conferences Quie is holding with his advisory councils before returning to Washington and the reconvening of Congress. He has advisory groups set up on small business, labor, and other areas of First District interest. Last year, the council held a series of hearings throughout the district where farmers were able to express their opinions on legislation. Transcripts of these hearings were forwarded to Washington and the comments and actions of some of the sessions were reported to the House Agriculture Committee, of which Quie was a member. Quie was elected to Congress in February, to succeed the late August Andressen, and was reelected in the November general election. 2,700 Notified of CRS Drive Letters announcing the first Combined Rural Solicitations drive will be mailed to the 2,700 farm families in Mower County, William Bartlett, Dexter, drive chairman, said today. "These letters will explain the purposes and organizaton of the drive, set for Jan. 12-17," Bartlett said. "Again, we emphasize the drive is just among the residents living outside of incorporated areas and for the charitable organizations which joined." For the first effort, the Red Cross, Heart Fund and Sister Kenny officials have agreed to work in cooperative solicitation. The CRS is not a united drive, in I Brownsdale; Mrs. Martin ReinarU, Ros« Creek. Mrs. John Johnson, Taopi; Mrs. R. L. Bolton, Adams; Mrs. Ffan- els Bachtold, filkton; Mrs. Bert Anderson, Waltham; and Mr». Mar* vin Brill, Mrs. John Crist, Miss Via* Wells, Mrs. Roy Morgan, Mrs. Harold Kannady, Miss Pat Erdman, Mrs. Gladys Emerson, Mrs. R. E. Cook, Mrs. Hasel Wattins, Mrs. Glen Nelson, Mrs. Net* ;ie Engen, Mrs. John Scheplet, Miss Ella Marie Lausen, Mrs. Lea F. Duholm, Mrs. H. H. Corey, Miss Dora Tollefson, Mrs. Arden Buss* and Miss Mabel Olson, all of Austin. Sings Centennial Song Mrs. Vern Judd sang the new centennial song, "Mighty Minne- sola," accompanied by Miss Welll Donors of objects in the display case are Mrs. Marion Jenks, Mrs. Bachtold, Correy Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Date Rossau, Mrs. Weseman, Mrs. Ethel Trowbridge Clark, Mrs. Lafayette French, Mrs. Hazel Watkins, Mrs. Anderson, Fay Snyder, Miss Clara Peterson, the Espaseth family, Miss Clara Aultfather, Mrs. Tayne Burgess Hines, Glen Weber, Mrs. Edna Armstrong, Mrs. George 'Remore, the Warrington family, Mrs. Vance Hotson and Mrs. Irving Wilder. Tax Rates Set for 10 Villages Total tax rates for 10 of 12 Mower County villages computed at County Auditor Graham Uzlik's office this week showed increases ranging from 4.22 mills for Brownsdale to 31.83 mills for Lyle. Computation of rates for Sargeant and Waltham have not yet been completed. Despite the fact that Brownsdale registered the smallest mill rate increase, the tax rate in that village remains the highest, in the county outside of Austin. Austin's mill rate for 1959 is 276.89. Mill rates for 1957, 1958 and amount of increase follows: 1958 19S7 Inc. 210.77 251.40 16.92 231.40 247.18, 4.22 Brownsdale . . Dexter .......... 164.58 154.55 10.03 Elkton .......... 182.48 157 30 25.28 Grand Meadow LeRoy 225.70 212.29 13.41 J91.55 163.58 27.97 215.25 183.42 31.83 242.81 227.59 15.22 187.29 182.95 4.34 Mapleview .. Rose Creek . c _ __ Taopi ;;;; 165.71 jsoiia BRIDGE RESULTS Duplicate Bridge Club was en tertained at King's Wood by Geordie Hormel Wednesday night There were 12 tables in each of two sections. Mitchell movemen was played. Master point play results as follows: Section A, North South winners were: First, Mr and Mrs. Clifton McCamy of Wai tham; second, Mrs. Robert Hard wick and Mrs. Harold Hansen; and third, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Jor genson. East-West winners: First Dr. F. P. Meany and Joe Schneider; second, Mrs. Ray Tomascho and Mrs. E. W. Dankers; third Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Holtorf, Rochester. Section B, North-South winners: First, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stehly, Ft. Dodge, Iowa; second, Mrs. J. R. Eckman and Mrs. W. S. LaPlante, both of Rochester; third, C. F. Chambers and Dr. W. 0. Lundberg. East -West winners, First, Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Drury, second, Howard Welch and C. J. Wilbur, Rochester; third, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhn. The regular play will be resumed at the -Elks fiiiiifiB Club, Wednesday, Jan. 7. CONGRATULATIONS!*—Clerk, of Court-elect William Sucha presented retiring Clerk of Court William Plzak with a gift from Courthouse personnel at a Christmas party Wednesday afternoon. In turn, Plzak congratulated Sucha on his election to the post Plzak has held for 16 years. Sucha will take over his new duties the first of the year. «? Youth Charged With 3rd Degree Burglary James Betsinger, 18, 1415 Dunlap, has been charged with third- degree burglary in connection with a series of break-ins early Wednesday in the Austin area. The youth was picked up late Wednesday noon in Austin by police. Betsinger had eluded the DOOR SMASHED Glass door at Burr Oaks Market smashed by car being rammed against it. This techm? que was used for breaking State Highway Patrol in a more than 90-mlle-an-hour chase north of Clark's Grove and fled on foot as highway patrolman fired warning shots. Betsinger, on parole from the Youth Conservation Commission, admitted implication in the break- ins after investigation by police. The youth used a stolen car in the break-ins which included a theft at the Burr Oaks Market, 303 N. Kenwood with $27 stolen. $1.75 in nickels at Uzlik's DX Station, Highway 218-N and the Lansinf Corner's Cafe, where he got nothing. Break-ins were also reported at Clark's Grove and Hollandale., Austin Area i Servicemen Pvt. Charles G. Mullcnbncli has the address: U. S. 55614396 Co. "A" 2nd B. G. 5th Inf. Platoon "3", Ft. Carson, Colo. He is th« son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Mullenbach, Stacyville, Iowa. Marine Cpl. Harold W. Jullfs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claus Julifs, Adams, joined members of the 10th Marine Regiment in a joint Army-Marine Corps field firing exercise during the first week in December at Fort Bragg, N. C. The 10th, the artillery arm ol the Second Marine Division, took part in the maneuvers to become into two of the stores in jfamilar with the latest types of which Betsinger is allegedly {artillery employed by the present- involved. iday Army. I Upon completion of their train- ling, the Marines returned to the Camp Lejeurie, N. C. Runaway Teens Hunted by Police Police today are seeking a 17-! Christopher ' Columbus never year-old Austin youth and a 14-, lived to realize that he had dis- year-old girl who reportedly ran 'covered a new continent, away to get married in South Dakota. Also reported accompany- Fuel bills in the average home ing the two is a 17-year-old girl jean be cut 10 per cent by keep- to serve as a witness for the mar-|ing window shades drawn tight nage. 'dusk to dawn during winter. I. . . I *••**- ****»-* *•» " «V U U1J1HCX4 Ul I VC, ill gk m bic bacteria are used to break that all share in each gift; rather, PcrSOnOI Injury nnwn nrffnnio mnHj»i. a,iH *Kof *Ko :L .•_ - r_ _, . * , • . . " * down organic matter and that the methane gas given off by these organisms is used for heating the plant building. Case Goes to Jury a.m. Farm Bureau Couples' Churcb Sch001 9 > 10 ' and 10:30 r . 'a.m. Ot POStOn Convention Primary-Grade III ful when emptied into the Cedar River. wdr. Knutson also familiarized the students with the expansion project and told them that a new method of sterilization discovered by Geo. A. Hormel & Co. chemists will be used in the new setup. Skating to Open in Hayfield Saturday HAVFIELD, Minn. - The ice is GRAND MEADOW, Minn.— Mr. and Mrs. Anton Fruth, Grand Meadow, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald! Program 9 and 10:30 a.m. Church School Grades IV-XH Christmas Program 8 p.m. safe and the rink will open for Christmas | Hayfield youngsters and oldsters , n , .. , , .. . . i Christmas Eve Choral Service Lee Dexter, attended the Amen- December 24 U p.m. can Farm Bureau Federation con- 1 vention in Boston. I Saturday, supt. Dean Fritze said , today. Hours will be 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. 2 - 4 p.m. and 7 - 9 p.m. The warming house will be open and it is a federated drive where each donor gives a specific amount toj the agency he desires. | The personal injury case of Lou"Each township has been or-j is E. Olsen, Minneapolis vs. Thorn- solicitation cards prepared," Bart-, as S. Young, Austin, went to a lett said. "We are all set to go." District Court day. Mapleview - Elmhurst Yule Party Saturday Mapleview and Elmhurst young people will have a Christmas party Saturday afternoon in Mapleview. The festivities will be in front of the new fire station where a , gu f. ; fered in a car collision with Young at Johnson and Highway 105 last April. Income Has Declined From 1957 WASHINGTON (AP)-Although Christmas tree has been set up. jtlie dollar income of Americans Santa Claus will make an appear-[will set a record in 1958, real in- ance at 1 p.m. with treats and come in terms of buying power gifts for the young people. has declined from 1957 because of Elmhurst sponsors the program!inflation. Which is supervised by the Maple- ! The Commerce Department said view Village Council, .personal income for the lull year [will exceed 353 billion dollars, up FU CHRISTMAS PAKTY .more than live billions from 1957. HAYFIELD, Minn. — Farmers But it observed: "With consum- and Senior Choirs, Girls ;tne ,.j nk superv i s(H j during these i Union members will hold their w prices about 2\' 3 per cent high- Mrs. Lee, winner of the Minne-i Christmas Day Thursday Decem ' IT' 5 ' The , rink wi " be closed : Christmas party at 8 p.m. MOD- er and personal tax payments sub- sota talent contest, competed in per 25 Deteni - ; Clmstmas day. ;day with a visit from Santa, with stantially unchanged, rea, pur- High Festival Service 10 a.m. ^ announced. Rehearsal for the children in «,.h™i * ** . . „ COHVICted OT the national contest. She rings Swiss bells to the accompaniment of tape-recorded accordion and piano music. They were part ofiju classes 1pm a 28-member Minnesota delegation. | Helen Nelson ^ "^^'1^ ' Misrepresentation WILL ATTEND GRADUATION' Christmas festivities Sunday Dec. | BKMARCK ND (\P) - ^ Mr and Mrs Charles Painter •«' C ^ stmuasc E J e , and Christmas j B urleigh County district court jury iwi. CU4U iui a. ^UaJ lt?o Jr duller, r)av i nnrph Q^h/v\l r\i*f\a *•*****£• ...Milt . ttW Paee will attend eraduatior, ti , u P g 'ate Wednesday convicted Samuel w»j rage, will attend graduation ^ given at three services Sun- !c Parker Pandolfo Ir of f.-anrtn exercises at the University of day Dec 21 The Primarv HP !i T ^""aoito Jr., ol fiaudu- » ' *^vwt **. +nc fuiiiai j uc* (ipnr inisr&Drespntation Minnesota tonight. Their daugh- :pa rtmeut. Pre - School through. Sentencing was set bv'Judae ter, Mrs. Dale Bartley, the form- Grade III. will give their pro- H E Ritt ers for if a m jlS 9 er Colleen Painter, will receive' gran, at the nine and ten thir- "t whk me trial DrLmablv her bachelor of science degree ty o'clock worship hours Sunday ^,1 begin on I ^second and shnifar and will t^ach in Minneapolis the; morning. Miss Helen Nelson as- '. * J™ ^ brought aShist pS dofo remainder of the year. Her hut- sisted by Mmes. Ed Bock, Rich-' ^ £ f state band is an engineering student at ard White and George Tonolli will the University. direct the groups. APOSTOLIC DELEGATE »VI»THV» UIM--IH.MO,.-, ! At tt p ' in - Graces JV l !i l-l > u S i; VVASHINGTON -# - Arch-bishop BiUhHUKK. xil will give their portion of the Egidio Vagnozzi. 5J, iipostolic nun^ HOLLYWOOD. Fla. ..¥• — Re- Church School Christmas program, do to the Philippines, was named tired Army Gen. Omar Bradley Pupils from these department.- today as the Vatican's apostolic says he thinks the Berlin crisis is will be directed by Mmes. Lloyd delegate to the United States — "another Russian brushfin- " Swenson, Everette Carlson. Nestor the seventh since lffi)3. Post-vacation schedules will be i candy for the children, on the pro-'chasing power did not quite match gram. the l'J57 aggregate." SPECIAL Cal-Dac Tu Trays REG. $4.95 NOW $2" HOSTESS Reg. $9.95 Lop Trays Now $1.95 Cleveland's Ace HARDWARE Toy Bargains Red Metal Stationary Table and (2) Chair Set Telescoping Crane Heavy Duty Doll 16" Rooted Hair Dressed in coot, hat & dresi. Blackboard on Legs Diaper Bag Set Daffy Dots (2 sizes) Bingo Regular 10.95 8.95 5.98 7.95 1.98 2.00 1.08 Paint & Crayon Set Dial-o-Color Hubley Farm Set Lge. tractor, plow, wagon & animals. Winchester Saddle Gun and Bandolier Bride Doll .98 .98 5.98 7.95 2.98 Special 477 498 577 157 157 77« 77c 477 695 J59 AUSTIN TOYLAND MINN. 'Where Toys Are A Specialty - Not a Sideline'

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