The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 19, 1958 · Page 16
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 16

Austin, Minnesota
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Friday, December 19, 1958
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||* IW iTiMM 'Mo.'. fr.Hny, Dct. 19 1958 IOWA NEWS OUAtT JOB CREED DBS MOINES <*) ~ A special six-man Republican policy committee will meet here today to discuw the drafting of a positive "creed" regarding major problem! facing the 1959 session of the Legislature. ROAD WORK AMES M — Another nine mil-! Han dollars worth of work has! been added to the 1950 Iowa road! program Thursday with approval! of low bids by the State High-! jTf. in W< v d]!f*-!;U s i<H£insj Wfl* s *ev<"h mile .«trotch on Interstate 29 from the Monona County line northward with a low bid of $2. 064,874 by Cameron, .Toyce & Co of Keokuk. GRAIN STRIKE SETTLED KKOKUK ifi ~ A .strike by Lodal 29 of the American Federation of Grain Millers at the General Mills' Purity Oats Division at Keokiik has been settled. $8,363 FROM SAFE CEDAR RAPIDS i/n - Safe robbers who worked with a profes-i sional touch got $8.363 from three safes at the Newman's Department Store in downtown Cedar Rapids Thursday. CONDEMNS SOLICITATION DBS MOINES W - A report of the Polk County grand jury condemning solicitation of fund's CLEANERS PHONE HE 3-9036 Party elorbej win much praise if they get our STA-NU qualify practising. Bringt out richneti of color and fabric quality that lasts. We givt STA-NU at no extra charge. Herald Square roperies >lip covers^ \l mcrce Commission for election piir- poses was on file with District Court here Thursday. The grand jury, in a follow-up investigation of matters turned over by the Iowa Legislative Investigating Committee, said it found no basis for returning any indictments. DEMS CAUCUS DES MOINES <JH — Election of Iowa Senate and House ^leaders was expected M highlight sessions of Democratic caucuses here Thursday afternoon. The Republicans held caucuses here last Saturday. COMPULSORY BLOOD TEST DE§ MOINES (ft — Polk County Attorney Ray Hanrahan said Thursday he strongly favors a recommendation of the county grand jury here that a blood test be made compulsory in cases where drunk driving is suspected. ABDUCTION HOAX DECORAH W) _ Sheriff Bob Hitesman said Thursday his in- 'vestigation brought a confession! from a Decorah boy that the lad's ; story of being abducted by three ! young men was a hoax. $137,067 ESTATE DES MOINES Ml _ The late Isaac F. Neff, former head of the Drake University mathematics department, left an estate with an estimated value of $137,067, Network Television Sundoy, December 21 (O **m nqpmm M m c«t» ffc* tollowni TV schedule for Sundaj afternoon and evening ts nt published today tor those who mij not receive the regular Saturday Showcase » the day of its publication. The Showcase giv «t i full week o! TV programs, will be published Saturday as usual H.HO m Artr¥ at Drew ftkt l-Utl Y»t* Heh 12:30 p.m. S-Jteu* 7 to-—-0t« Kobtm The Accordion Shop Only Afcordion School In aria with teacher* certitlid by the Am. Accordionists' Association. Wilbur, Says We fake this occasion to announce that we have • complete line of Christmas Carols In Accordion Sheet Muiic suitable for church, school or home use as desired. See out large stock of sheet music end albums. The Accordion Shop Hwy. 218 S. - Austin HE 7-1692 YULETIDE SPECIALS RENT THEM and SAVE at your "Rent 'N Save" Rent-All Lefse Grills D:; $2.00 Coffee Server Sets Includes Pot, Creamer, Sugar and Per let per day V liOU Get Your Reservations in Early for Tables & Chairs lOc Per Doy Eoch Folding Chairs Rollaway Beds A$LowAl $1.00 E; Baby Cribs A , LowA $1,00 £ Card Tables PerDay 75c Punch Bowls PM Dov $1,50 Assorted Dinnerware, Glassware & Flatware Also many other items to make your Christmas entertaining more EAT.J ' t "?*i- V F '£ r Polishe , r «' Ru » Shampoo Machines and a fulllme of Polishes, Waxes and Cleaners. "RENT 'N SAVE" RENT-ALL 1000 E. Water Austin, Minn. HE 3-9172 "The Big Red House on East Water St." «— Chrlifrort ]2:45 f>M. i, 4— Championship Bowling *— Chrlitldo Science t.-OO p.m J, 4. I,— Cro Football $— Weteh Mr. Wltotd 4-Our Saviour Luth. edoir 1ft— Industry 1:1) 10-Chrlillen Scl«nci 1:30 p.m. S, to— NBA Boikitboll *-Tlli It Ulf 2:00 p.m. J— Matinee 4 — Command Performance 6— Gospel In Art 2:30 f.m. 6— Oral RobMh 3.W p.m 6— Catholic Church choir 3:30 p.m. 3— Star Shall Rise 5— Command Performance 6— Roller Derby 10— This Is Life 3:4) p.m. 4— film I— Thru Porthole 4.-OU p.m 4:30 p.m. 3, 4, I— -Amottor How S.DO p.ta. 1— Command r*«tformoflct 4— Smell WorM S~-M«tt rreii 6— Joe Matt fomlly Hour *— Bengal Unceri 10— Morie 5:30 p.m. 3, 4, »— J0«h Century 5— Newt *— Vwlety Time' 6.-00 p.m. 3, 4, t— tattle 5— Saber of London •—Wild BUI Hlckok 6:30 p.m. 3, 4, «— Bachelor Father S, 10— Northwest Passage 4— Material T.-OO t>m 1, 4, I—Ed Sallivan S, 10— Shirley Temple Storybook 7/30 p.m 6— Lawman 8.W p.m 3, 4, 8— 6. E. Theater i, tO— Dinah Shore (C) 6— Colt 45 S.'SO p.*. «—Silent rflgfit 3, 4, t—Alfred Hitchcock 9.-00 p.m. i, 4, I—Keep Talkina 5—Uretto Tounj »->>(it L«th. Choir 10—Silent Service 9.-30 p.m. 5—WWrlvblrdt lO—Behind CloteeJ Doort W.-OO p.m 3, 4, 5, », I, 10—Newi 10:1) p.m. 3— Viewer'! Digest S— Men Who-Wat There 6—News I—N. Y. Confidential 10—Morle 10:25 p.m. 6—Sports I O.JO p.m. 1—Viewer's (Hgest 4—All Star Bowline. $— Brains ft Brewn i—Ida Lupino ' 10:4) t>.m I—Submarine Service 17:00 p.m. S—Stage 7 (—Minnesota Football 77:30 p.m S—Theater Like Jury Duty, So They Bring o Coke LOWSVILLK, Kfr. <AP)-There was ft cake in th* courtroom after Mrs. .Josephine foiey and Mrs. Margaret Cull served els jurors. They liked the work So well each baked a cake for Criminal Court Judge Thomas .Knight and the court officers. They said they started their first- jury duty with "fear and trepidation" but soon changed their .minds. 4 Hours Cribbage No Cause lor Arrest WORCESTER, Mass. (AP)-Police headquarters got a call Thursday that two men were acting mysteriously in a parked auto for four hours. Police who went to the scene said everything was all right. The men 'were playing cribbage, a card game. Read The Classified Ads. FRIDAY, DEC. 19th Here by Request ELMER SCHEID SATURDAY, DEC. 20th BOB WHITE ORCHESTRA SUNDAY, DEC. 21st ANDY DOLL BAND MONDAY. DEC. 22nd CHRISTMAS BALL Post Nigh School Couples only Adm. $3,00 per couple Tickets con be purchased at the door. ~ THURSDAY, DEC. 25th Christinas Night Conwoy Twitty and CHUCK HALL FOR DANCING. VFW Family Party FRIDAY December 19th 8:00 P.M. Poultry Night VFW HALL Public Invited Please Use East Door QUEEN OF ANGELS Christmas Family PARTY SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21st 8:00 P. M. Queen's Dining Hall HANS and TURKEYS PUBLIC INVITED MOOSE LODGE CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARTY Saturday, December 20th STERLING THEATRE 1:30 P.M. Free Movie STERLING Free Treats FREE - FREE - FREE Saturday—1:30 p. m. A Great Sea Adventure in Technicolor "CROSSWINDS" With John Paine - Forest Tucker SPONSORED BY THE MOOSE CLUB FREE TREATS TO THE CHILDREN Tonight and Saturday • 7 and 9 p.m. EAGLES ANNUAL CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARTY SATURDAY, DEC. 20lh 2:00 P.M. EAGLES HALL . SANTA WILL BE THERE! GIFTS FOR ALL! r l^ Start* Sunday Starts Sun. Shows Sun by Uw author* -AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS" and-20,000 * * U4QUES UHOU THE SEA-1 EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA! Swede Carlson's Hamburger Heaven So. on Hwy\ 218 Announces Hoi Meal Take-Out Service IOOK AT THESE HOT SPECIALS GOLDEN DELICIOUS SIZZLING BUOWN JUMBO ...» CHICKEN DUP F " ED niNiiPiK so.™ SHRIMP ™W $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 Bar-B-Q Ribs On Take-Out Service $1.45 All the above includes French Fries — Salad - Hot Parkerhouse Roll and After Dinner Mint Dessert Just Phone HI 3-9824 & Your Take-Out Order Will Be Ready When You Arrive! SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT We've Added to Our Menu! !ZA WE ARE SERVING BREAKFASTS, LUNCHES and EVENING MEALS DAILY - 7 a. m. to 10 p. m. and SUNDAY 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Dogs Tougher Than Pet Names Suggest CHATSWORTH. Calif. (AP) -i Sentries at a nearby Army mis-! sile site are named Fritz, Pupsie,. Buddy and Junior. j They're German and Belgian 1 shepherds, picked for their aggressiveness. "And don't let the! names fool you," cautioned M.Sgt.' Ben Mullins, chief dog trainer "They're tough." The dog guards, trained at Ft. Benning, Ga., are the first of many to be stationed at other Los Angeles area Nike Hercules installations. Owotanna, Minn. NEW YEARS EVE RESERVATIONS NOW ON SALE No seating held unless paid in advance. Sat., Dec. 20 BROTHER BURR and His Burros Adm. 60c Before 9 O'clock Sun., Dec. 21 6 FAT DUTCHMEN Adm. 90c THURS., DEC.25 CHRISTMAS * CLOSED * "Serving the Finest Foods in Southern Minnesota" Open Saturdays ana Sundays Only 5 le 10 O'c/ock Exception: Open New Years tVe. By Reservation Only FAMILY NIGHT FAMILY PARTY TONIGHT AT 8:00 p. M. MOOSE LODGE Fidelity Lodge No. 39 AF & AM Special Communications SATURDAY, DEC. 20th M.M. Degree at 4:00 P.M. BUFFET DINNER Served Between 6 and 7 P.M. 2nd Section M.M. at 7:15>.M. No Reservations Necessary y. F. w. Kiddies Christmas Parly SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21st 2 to 4 p.m. ai V.F.W. Club Man - Wife POT LUCK SUPPER Monday, Dec. 22nd - 6:30 P. M. V.F.W. Members & Auxiliary New 45 Records Don't Pity Me . . Dion & Belt/touts Little Drummer Boy Simeon Chorale Manhattan Spiritual . . Reg Owen Lucky Lady Bug .... Billie '& Lillie My Happiness Connie Francis Let's Love Johnny Mathis Ain't I The Lucky One? M. Rabbins 1 Just Thot You'd Like To Know /. Cash Don't You Know. Yockamo? Huey Smith Chipmunk Song David Seville The Diary Neil Sedaka New Arrivals Daily on Stereo Priced From $2.98 to $5.98 A Complete Selection of ... Hi-Fi stands, record carrying cases, accessories, Down Beat Jazz Review Books - $1.00, Gift Certificates, Record Browser Racks, Record Racks, Diamond Needles Largest selection of Hi-Fi players in Capitol - V/M Motorola - RCA - Columbia - Stereo machines in Motorola - MATHES - Phonola - Capitol RADIO & TV Order* Filled - Open Monday Nitei Not Kidnaped; [oy Was Just lad at Santa 1 DENVER (Aft - Bennle Hut- Udo, 10, told the policeman he had beert kidnaped — but he hadn't really. It was just that he was angry with Santa Glaus. When Bennle spied 1 a pair of blue jeans which his parents had bought, he thought that was his Christmas present instead of a toy machine gun which he'd asked Santa to bring. Bennie headed a different direction when school let out. He walked for nearly four hours before stopping a service station attendant and asking him to call the police. "I was kidnaped by three men in a car," Bennie told Dep. Sheriff Bob Elliott. Then Bertnie admitted it was a fib. Elliott took the tired yottng- ster home, where' a toy machine gun is waiting for Christmas. Tonite and Sat. TheBiteBeloreChrislmos the night b«for« Christmas And all through the street Santa was looking for some place to eat. His time was real scarce cause he soon Had to fly But, he craved a hot lunch e're he'swept thru the sky- Then he thought of KLAGGE'S & Old "99" And, sez, "That's For Me; their food Is real fine. On Prancer, on Dancer, on Dundee, on Blitzen, "I sure like the way KLAGGE'S fixes HOT CHICKEN." CH1ISTMAS Special Hot Dinner — and All the Trlmmlni FULL Solid Hand Pack YOU GIT MORI AND YOU WANT MORI tatt Side Stare will b* Chriirmtt etMftf It wlH cloierf from I ».m. M 4 p.m. that d«?. We wouldn't dare pock our Ice cream as loosely as some of our competition. Good old Cadillac quality Ice cream » Is so good that people want every speck to which they ore entitled. Get a supply for the Holidays. 2'/2 Gallons Ics Cream $4.00. (No deposit on cans) 1/2 CHICKEN $1.49 KLAGGE'S "99 "TAKE-OUT" SERVICE GANG 7:00 & 9:30 u on Sal* 1 .' The Ideal f.'/insfmas YULETIOE FOLDERS OF THEATRE TICKETS . Free Movie at The Paramount Saturday at- 1:30 and 3:10 P.M. JOEL MCCRIA ..fl^ Hor$0 Q „ j^ PLUS - COLOR CARTOONS - THESE SHOWS ARE SPONSORED BY YOUR DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS OF AUSTIN WALK RIGHT IN COMING SUN.! John Wayne in "THE BARBARIAN AND THE GEISHA" MAT. 1 - 3 — EVE. 7 - 9 PARAMOUNT-TONIGHT - SATURDAY EVENINGS ONLY at 7:00-9:00 REGULAR PRICES • CHILDREN 25« MQuflp DISNEY STARTING SUNDAY at 1:00-3:45-6:20-9:05 V MOVIE at the TUESDAY, DEC. 23 Two Showings ot 1 and 3 P.M. "They Rode West" IN TECHNICOLOR ... AND STARRING Robert Francis • Donna Reed • May Wynn and Phil Carey PLUS . . . 3 STOOGE COMEDY and 2 CARTOONS All Children In The Austin Area Are InvUed to Attend The Show As Guests oi the Austin Daily Herald

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