The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 18, 1958 · Page 19
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 19

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AUtTIN (Mffin.5 HftAlO Thuftdeiy, D«. 1|, 193* Coya Says She Has No Sorrow or Bitterness MARTHA mr Cora Knutsoa kicked 6lf htr Mrfi- fueled puwpi, put 6n «6m§ old comfortable flat* and avowed she h«d no bltfcmtw or tatty* j n defeat, A HOUM commits had decided •g»l«wt iWNNttottei farthef h«r. complaint that the lost her bid for re-election to Congress from MhtoeioU because of a malicious conspiracy, The 45-year-old Dvmocrat «m- • tended political foes were behind her husband's widely publicized "Coya come home" appeal. No Further Action "Of eotttM yon feel hurt, you know," ibe told * reporter who came to her office Wednesday •fter the five-man ipeclal House committee decided unanimously "no further action is warranted" in the case. "But I'v* iud * lot of rough things In my llto - you can't sit down and feel sorry for yourself, •he said. "Sometimes the more you get kicked around the more you can do." Mrs. Knutson said she knew the demands of public office when she was elected to Congress in 1954, She was re-elected in 1956, but was defeated last month by Republican Odin Langen. "I know what a woman is up • against in a Job like this," she said. "I went into it with my eyes . open." Mrs. Knutson said she may take her case to the roters two years from now, In the 1960 election! Chances Slim She also said she might ask the new Congress in January to investigate. Her chances with such a formal contest seemed slim. In its report, the special committee, set up to consider election complaints and check on cam• paigo spending, agreed that "exploitation of the family life of the Knutsons was a contributing cause of her failure of election." But the committee said it found no direct evidence Involving Langen in any conspiracy to capitalize on the Knutsons' marital woes. Langen has said he did not mention those Knutsoa troubles in his campaign. But husband Andy Knutson told the committee two days ago that political opponents of his wife duped him into issuing the "Coya come home" plea. In the interview, Mrs. Knutson declined to say whether she and her husband are living together now. •'That's a personal ques* tion," she said. Party Thrower Feels Sorry for City Dwellers ST. JOHNS, Nfld. (AP)-"Come ' out to our place for Christmas," said skipper John Chafe to a friend. "Ye have no room to hang 'er down in the city." Chafe feels sorry for city dwellers, who build spacious living rooms and small kitchens. He says the prime ingredient for a good time is a sizable kitchen — the center of activity in many Newfoundland homes. Chafe, a veteran of 40 years on fishing boats and in the woods, is like hundreds on the Avalon Peninsula — known for "times" at Christmas. Celebrations often last two weeks. He explains: "We pull the table from the wall, pile the ^food and rum on her and them that can't find a place to sit down can go in the living room." The door opens continually as friends and relatives drop in to sample the skipper's rum and bis , wife's cooking. "She'll be a good one this year. I got |4S saved up in an old tin for liquor," says Chafe. The skipper will take his battered fiddle from the wall and play jigs and reels for hours while the floor groans under dozens of dancing feet. .Between dances, men will tell jokes and stories, often about their experiences on the Grand Banks • or in search of seals. Some visitors will stay for days. Others leave only to return with another bottle, another friend or more food. The merrymaking continues until ail have had enough to last till next Christmas. Proyer Answered as She Lived 3 Years CUSHING, Okla. (AP) — Mrs. Edna Harber gave birth to a daughter in 1955. She also learned that she suffered from a malig nant bone cancer. As prayer services were held for her throughout the city, the 17-year-old mother asked: "Do you think God might think I'm worth a miracle? A lot of people are praying and if he thinks I'm worth a miracle maybe I'll raise lay daughter through her baby years." The "miracle" occurred, and •little Deborah now is 3. s. Harber died Tuesday. HORMEL'S Pork Sausage HORMEL'S YOUNG, TENDER REEF Steaks &... u. 69' 79 89 SIRLOIN Lb. YAKIMA VALLEY FANCY DELICIOUS APPLES 20-Lb. Box 2 (Packed in • Christmas Carton) CRISP, CALIFORNIA PASCAL CELERY 17 CALIFORNIA SUNKIST. NAVAL ORANGES DOZ. 39 138 CT. BOX $349 WESTERN GROWN DOUGLAS FIB Christmas Trees REDUCED! OBDEB YOUB CHBISTHAS FBUIT BASKETS THIS WEEKEND. HADE TO YOUB SPECIFICATIONS MEET THREE NEW "MAGIC KARD WINNERS AT TROWBRH e e e MM. BERNARD MCALLISTER DELORAS JECK MRS. T. W. HOLMES BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR "MAGIC KARD" STAMPED EVERY WEEK . • . YOUR NUMBER MIGHT RE NEXT! SUPER MARKETS (No Obligation) FREE PARKING ITOM and ORILL Will || CIOSEO at 4.00 P.M. CHRISTMAS EVE. Register For A *ioo' United States Savings Bend to be given away every day at the Sterling Shopping Center — Register at any Sterling Store! -•— -—- • I •' ™ • ~^^f 1 "^^- "^^ TONIGHT is PARTY NIGHT AT THOWRRIDGE! THURSDAY ONLY, WE WILL DRAW MAGIC KARD NUMBERS EACH WORTH <TKot NumN " IN CASH! ThMr««.y Only — No N««.) Plus! Free Bushel Baskets of Groceries and Ico Cream, Suckers «nd talloens to the Kiddie*. MOVIE! EVERY SATURDAY A! 1:30 P.M. STERLING THIATM Full-langth Factor* Carto«M - Sarial . BEACH'S CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRIES HILLS BROS. COFFEE 2 Lb. C.n $149 1 SALTED RUSTER MIXED Nuts 14 Oz. Can 79 c VANITY FAIR WATONA HENS 10 to 14 Ibs. ~ Ib, DUCKS • GEESE • STUFFED TURKEYS •CAPONS •CHICKENS 3 pjg^pa 5 l^r Facial Tissue... 5 LMGE J BOXES 1 DEL MONTE Fruit Cocktail... 4 303 $ CANS 1 FESTAL BLENDED PEAS BETTY CROCKER DATE BAR or Brownie 2 "•• 59' ALL FLAVORS JELLO 3 »» 27 FESTAL WHOLE or CREAM STYLE CORN PILLSBURY GINGERBREAD MIX 2 49 BAKERS CHOCOLATE or CARAMEL CHIPS 2 GENUINE LEATHER 14-PffiCE Cowboy Outfit • 50-ihot repeater rifle • 2 pistols, 50-shot break action *2 leather holsters « • Marshall's Badge • 2 leather cuffs • 2 spurs • 2 spur straps • Bandana • Bandana slide JSSC98 ONLY HORMfVS Mixed Nuts... PIE CBUST MIX 2 MW. 49c RITZ CRACKERS 12-oz Box 31 DON'T FORGET.. .WE CIVI

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