The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 20, 1958 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Austin, Minnesota
Issue Date:
Saturday, December 20, 1958
Page:
Page 2
Start Free Trial
Cancel

2 -AUSTIN (Minn.) Soturdoy, Dee. 20, 1958 VITAL STATISTICS Blrtht Af »T. OLAr HOSPITAL Mr. tfid Mtt, Robert 0. fucker, lift Moscow, daughter, Dee. 19. tft. and Mm, K«rl Hoklfrtter, How Creek* daughter, Dec. 19. Mr. ftttd Mr*. Paul Swank, mi Crane, daughter, Dec, 19.' Mr. end Mrs. Daniel 8. Crabtree, 180S Oakridge, daughter, Dec. 19. OUTSIDE OF AUSTIN Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Nickell, Riceville, Iowa, ft daughter, Dec. 17, at RIceviUe Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Dvorak, Riceville, Iota, a daughter, Dee. 1? in Riceville. Marriogt License Frank J. Huelskamft, St. Paul, and Arlette M. Torkelson, 701 Driesner Lane. Deoths WILLIAM DECKLEVER William Decklever, 83, died Friday night at a rest home in Maaon City. A resident of Osage, he is surviv ed by three children, Mrs. Clyde Rohr, Lyle, Lawrence and Lloyd of Osage; eight grandchildren, three great-grandchildren; h i s fattier, Carl Decklever, Osage; two sisters, Mrs. P. J. Baldner, St. Ansgar, and Mrs. Cora Baldwin, Osage) two brothers, Charles of Osage and Henry of Albert Lea. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. ANDREW PETERSON Andrew Peterson, 77, died early this morning at Naeve Hospital, Albert Lea. He redded at Geneva and U survived by bis wife, Emma; two daughters, Mrs. Clifford (Sylvia) DeRaad, Dexter, and Mrs. Laurence (Ethel) McGffl, Albert Lea. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon. i ARTHUR DOCK8TADER Arthur Dockstader, 7J, died Thursday evening at his home in Otranto, Iowa. A retired farmer, he was a lifelong resident of Otranto. Surviving are his wife, Viola; two daughters, Mrs. Carl Abele, Garner, Iowa, .and Mrs. Peter Gomes, Otranto; 10 grandchildren; a sister, Miss Kate Dockstader, Otranto. Funeral services will be held Sunday at Otranto. MRS. OLAF BREVIK Mrs. Olaf Brevik, wife of & former Ostrander pastor, died Friday night while being taken by ambulance from her borne at Albert -Lea to University Hospitals, Minneapolis. Her husband, who died April 29, 1956, served at one time as pastor of the Bloomfield Lutheran Church (now part of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church) at Ostrander. 'Recently, Mrs. Brevik had been ill with spinal meningitis. It was believed she had recovered completely, and Friday night she attended • party where she became suddenly ill. AN INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNT HOME FEDERAL SAVINM I LOAN ASSOCIATION lit Nerth Main Street Funerali GRANSEE - Funeral services for Mrs. Edward Drawee, jo? Rochford, will be held at a p.m. Saturday at the Jordan Mortuary Chapel, the Rev. William J Camp bell officiating, Interment will be In Greenwood Cemetery, Brownsdale. The family prefers memorials. BALDWIN -Funeral services for Navy Lt. Fred Baldwin, Corpus Christl, Texas, will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Chester High School auditorium, Chester Iowa, the Rev. Merlin Ackerson officiating. Interment will be in Chester Hill Cemetery. Friends may cal) at the Marts Funeral Home, LeRoy, until noon Sunday SOLT — Funeral services for Mrs. Freda Solt, Sauk Centre, Minn., will be held at 1:30 p.m Sunday at St. John's < Lutheran Church, Elkton, the Rev. Petrick officiating. Interment will be in church cemetery. Friends may call at the church after 12 o'clock noon Sunday. DOCKSTADER — Funeral services for Arthur Dockstader, Otranto, Iowa, will be held at 1:45 p.m. Sunday at the family home and at 2 o'clock at Community Church, Otranto, the Rev. E. C. Labrenz officiating. Interment will be in Woodbury Cemetry. PETERSON — Funeral services for Andrew Peterson, Geneva, Minn., will be held at .3 p.m. Tuesday at Community Lutheran Church, Geneva, the Rev. Mumm officiating. Interment will be in Geneva Cemetery. Friends may call at the Bonnerup Funeral Home, Albert Lea, Monday and until noon Tuesday. Card of Thanks I wish to thank an my friends and relatives for their cards, gifts, flowers and visits while I was a surgical patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Many thanks to those who cared for ottr children. Thanks to Rev. Hauge for his visits and Dr. David Anderson, Dr. Jewell and Dr. Sargent, nurses, nurses aids and Gray Ladies for their wonderful care. God bless you all. Mrs. Derwin Hillson, Blooming Prairie. We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to Rev. Schreitmueller for his comforting words, to the organist and singer, and also to all of our friends and neighbors who were so kind and thoughtful in our time of sorrow. We thank each and" everyone. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Slindee and Family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller and Family. Mrs. Stella Klemm and Family. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams and Nancy. My thanks to everyone who in anyway made my stay at the hospital more comfortable. It was all deeply appreciated. Leo Rosenkilde. I wish to express iny sincere thanks to all iny relatives, friends and neighbors for the many prayers, flowers, gifts, cards and visits while I was a patient at Memorial Hospital, Osage. Special thanks to Rev. Gordon Rasmussen, doctors, nurses and all. it was greatly appreciated. Francis Nelson, Lyle, Minn. I wish to thank my many relatives, friends and neighbors for the many kindnesses shown me while I was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. A special thanks to Dr. Taufic, Dr. Roberta, Rev. Swenson, nurses, nurses aids and Gray Ladies. Your kindness will always be remembered. Mrs. Stella J. Smith. Court News Michael P. Ahem, 501 N. Kenwood, failure to yield right of way, inrxYMif. found st;r.',\\ nr,<\ fined $15 or 1» days. George Hendrickson, HO? S. River, no dog license, $5. GlMys Nyberg, 2W» E. Water, dog loose, |S or 5 days, suspended; ntt dot license, $10. Mrs. Ethel Kolb, 1400 Ellis, dog loose, $5 or 5 days suspended. Norman Vasey, 1208 Gleason, dog loose, $5 or 5 days suspended; no dog license, charge dismissed. SATELLITE (Continued from Page 1) to be then?" Eisenhower joked back. The 85-foot Atlas was not ex pected to slip back into eycview from the continental United States until this evening. Code Equipment Roy Johnson, head of the Pentagon's Advanced Research Projects Agency, figut-ed it would be 1 p.m. by the time Atlas soared within range of four Army tracking stations across the South. These stations have the code equipment to trigger Atlas' tape recorder. Johnson said it will be decided by then whether to touch off Eisenhower's pre-launching recording a few more times or go to the next step—erase and send up another message for playback. The plan was to send back the same message for further use un til after Christmas. Hagerty said Elsenhower personally wrote it but declined to state whose idea it was to send a presidential statement aloft. 72-Hour Data ARPA scientists indicated they wanted more precise information on Atlas' travels before they try a new recording. They hoped for solid 72-hour orbit data sometime today which will allow accurate predictions of the satellite's future path during its estimated 20-day life. As of latest word the east-bound Atlas was rounding the globe every 101 minutes, 14.4 times a day, at heights from 114 to 928 miles. Communications experts saw in Atlas a pioneering stride toward systems carrying large amounts of information to any point on earth. The present radio wavelengths are already overcrowded.' Land wires and oceanic cables are busy and expensive. New Communication Field The scientists hope to open up a new communication field by beaming signals line-of-slght up to satellites in the comparatively spacious high frequencies. The satellites would then relay the words and pictures to other satellites for rebroddi:ast downward Or travelling satellites would store their information, as does Atlas, and release it over the desired spot on earth. One quick effect of Atlas on the international scene was to strengthen the West's hand in the coming showdown with Russia over the future of Berlin. Top U.S. officials expressed belief that the spectacular show of U.S. power in missiles would well have a sobering effect on Soviet Premier Khrushchev. They looked for a diplomatic, rather than _ military, clash over the onetime German capital. West European scientists saw the launching as a great stride toward man's first voyage into space. Newspapers there said the United States had forged ahead of the Russians. Moscow Radio broadcast the news without comment. Snow King, Queen Named at Riceville RICEVILLE, Iowa - Sandra Bakkura was crowned snow queen and Jim Kephart, snow king, at Riceville High School's winter semi-formal dance Wednesday. The dance, in the school gym, was sponsored by the Journalism Club. Decorations included a "blazing fire" and evergreen and bau bles. King Winter Reigns Weather maps below show th« U. S. Weather Bureau's 30-day forecast for micl-Decemb*f to mid-January. It is not a specific for«casf In the usual sense, but an ESTIMATE of average temperatures and precipitation for the period. MUCH AlOVt NORMAL AtOVC NORMAL n NfAft NORMAL mow NORMAL MUCH 1ELOW NORMAL MUCH AtOVE EXPECTED TEMPERATURES Temperature outlook for the 30-day period of mid-December to mid-January calls for below seasonal normals over the eastern half of the nation except for HCM normal in Florida, Above normal temperatures are expectefeM&revall west of the Continental Divide, In the central plain*;-atout normal temperatures are in prospect, but with large variations-about the normal. EXPECTED PRECIPITATION W/\ HEAVY [ | MODERATE fwwl LIGHT The Weather Bureau's 30-day forecast for precipitation in the period of mid-December to mid-January shows normal or above normal in the East, along the Gulf Coast and over the eastern Great Lakes. In the North, much of this will be snow. This also holds for the Pacific Northwest and central and northern plains. Subnormal preclptation is expected in the rest of the Fire-Fighters Control Blaze in California SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif. (AP) — Fire-fighters today he.ld control over California's worst brush blaze of the year. They succeeded after six days of battling. The fire burned 66,300 acres of brush and timber in three southern California counties, destroyed 17 homes and cabins and killed a ranger, The fire is still burning in some areas, but is no longer advancing. Forest Service officials said the fire started from an incendiary bullet fired in target practice by Jerry Stewart, 21, on his father's ranch. He will be arraigned Monday on a misdemaenor charge. Christmas Festival at Elkton School ELKTON, Minn. — Christmas music was featured at the Christmas program of the Elkton School Wednesday night. The high school mixed chorus and girls trio, Ruth Hanson, Marilyn Hanson and Clara Vorhees, sang and the elementary grades rave the Christmas story in word and song. Donald R. Anderson is chorus director and Ruth Hanson accompanist. The PTA gave Christmas treats to ull the children and- Mrs. Edward Kiefer, Mrs. Walter Billings, Mrs. Emmett Twait, Mrs. Rodney Kenyon, Mrs. Edgar Christgau, Mrs. Herbery Mees, Mrs. Polly Madison, Mrs. Effie Apold and Thomas Stokes served lunch. Spring Valley C. of C. Officers Elected SPRING VALLEY, Minn. Chamber of Commerce officers elected this week were: Thor Jorgenson, president; William Larson, division chairman; LaVern Olson, vice president; Mrs. Les Paul, secretary; Mrs. Art Alink, treasurer, and Keith Hagen, membership chairman. Other directors: Leo Rendahl, past president; Ken Stickan, Dr. H. M. Esklund, Al Merchant, Kenneth Churchill, Mrs. Lee Gruegel C. C. Loomer, Vern Olson, and Luverne Hanson. Student Dance at Spring Valley Tonight SPRING VALLEY, Minn. — Holiday activities pick up tempo —dance tempo—in Spring Valley tonight. The National Honor Society is sponsoring the dance where a king and queen will be crowned. Candidates are Joan Anderson, Karon Hasten, Karen Beck, Jim Grabau Roger Hintze, Guenter Hedderich and Lyle Krugel. Attendants will be selected from the sophomore and junior classes. Living Nativity Presented by YF RICEVILLE, Iowa - A living Nativity scene will be presented in the First National Bank window at Riceville by Youth Fellowship members tonight. After presenting the scene, the YF will go caroling. Youths from Free Methodist and Baptist churches of Riceville and Mclntire are part of the fellowship. ALL JOYS REDUCED! Many Prices Col As Much As 50% T'mtott* SERVICE STORES 101 SouHi M«in Street Union Accord With Network Is Announced NEW YORK (AP) - Major radio-television networks and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists have agreed on a new contract, ending a dispute which produced threat of a strike. Donald F. Conawny, national executive of AFTRA, called the new pact "highly satisfactory." The union represents 12,000 announcers and performers, most of in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. The new contract includes an increase in guaranteed base annual pay of announcers from $10,000 to $11,000. They also will get extra pay for overtime or freelance work. Performers will be paid for the first eight times a taped show is repeated on the air instead of the first five times. ft The agreement also shortens the base pay rehearsal time and boosts the hourly rate for rehearsal overtime. Pay scales for all performers were not disclosed. Spring Valley Club Entertains Wives SPRING VALLEY, Minn. Spring Valley Kiwanis members entertained their wives at a Christmas dinner Tuesday. On the program were Roger Heitze, James Granum and Larry Larson, trumpet trio accompan ied by Kethryn Lundby; Kenneth and Clare Churchill, Loren Jorris and John Sheldon, male quartet; Mrs. Lawrence Rathbun, organist; and Miss Jesse Willcott, Rochester, who showed slides of Russia taken on a trip through the USSR last month. M and M Club Will Meet Sunday M ad M Club members, St. Olaf Lutheran Church, will meet at 7 p.m. Sunday for a Christmas fellowship in the Alma Murray Reception Room. The Rev. James Braaten is in charge of arrangements. The club includes young married couples of the congregation. Refreshments will be served following the social hour. Taopi Rustlers Hosts to Families TAOPI, Minn. - Taopi Rustlers entertained their families at a Christmas party in the Clayton Town Hall. The junior leaders staged a pantomime quiz, and a peanut hunt, contests, musical selections, Christmas carols and a gift exchange :ompleted the program. The adult and junior leaders served lunch. Church Christmas Program Sunday RICEVILLE, Iowa — Che Riceville Methodist Church will present its Christmas program Sunday. • The Mclntire Methodist Church program held was Thursday. The Rev. T. Janet Surdam and the Rev. Luella G. Koether are co- pastors. Ship ft Sifi at & & E. FOOD MARKEI NOW OPEN SUNDAY MJLllSJf.M. SEASON'S GREETINGS! ^^^••^••••••••••••^B^^^g^^^g^^ You Name Your Own Price Effective Now We have 1,000 choice trees from which to choose. Pick out a tree and you pay whatever you think the tree is worth - No price will be refused MINUTE-CAR-WASH Sterling Shopping Center and THE DINNER BELL Hwy. 16 East We Still Have Some Wonderful Trees for Your Selection V* PRICE ON All SETS INCLUDING TRANSFORMERS LIONEL ELECTRIC TRAINS DEAtTwHITE % Southwopd Read fi NE34MI *»» JS* r tStf M WmS!f ft 8£TifcT%ai*&Ja*i!&^ WEATHER FORECAST — Snow and snow showers are forecast for tonight for the Lakes region and the upper Plains, with rain and showers for both the central and northern Pacific coast states. Cold weather is scheduled for the Lakes, the Ohio valley and the Tennessee valley, with colder temperatures for the east coast and Gulf coast region. Milder weather will prevail elsewhere. (AP Wlrephoto Map) Cheer Boxes Packed by Franklin Grange SPRING VALLEY, Minn. Eighteen cheer boxes were packed by Frankford Grange at its Christmas party Tuesday. The Grange also brought 20 quarts of canned food for the Wil liam Hammersma family, fire victims and decided to purchase a Christmas president for Guenther Hedderich, German exchange student. On the program were readings by Harriett Nesbitt, Mrs. Charles Nesbitt and Karen Stockdale and singing of carols. Choirs to Sing on Spring Valley Streets SPRING VALLEY, Minn. — Church choirs will sing Christmas music in downtown Spring Valley, starting tonight. Our Saviours Lutheran Church choristers will sing from the Home Federal Building, where the loudspeaker system is installed, tonight. The Grace EUB choir is on Monday and the voices of First Congregational Church choir members will be heard Tuesday. Party Scheduled for College Students Former St. Olaf Lutheran Church Hi League members now attending college will be guests at a reunion and Christmas party Sunday. He League members will be hosts at 7 p.m. Activities will include tobogganing, caroling and a friendship hour in the third floor reception room at the church. Refreshments will be served with Joan Wandus and Victor Zeller, chairmen. Karen Baldner is decorations chairman. t $900 Damage in Brownsdale Crash Damage of $900 occurred in a collision at 9:40 a.m. today at an intersection in Brownsdale. The car of Raymond F. Fuerstenberg, Brownsdale, was damaged $500 with $400 to the car of James J. Heikes, Brownsdale. At the scene was Deputy Sheriff C. H. Halstenson, investigating, said the icy intersection caused the mishap. Corning 4-H Club Plans Skating Party CORNING, Minn. - Plans for an ice skating party were made by the Corning; Cooperators Wednesday at the' Magnuson School. Named to the committee were Dick Magnuson, Ronald Magnuson, Marge Ward and Mary Thompson. The resignation of Mrs. Palmer Ulland as an adult leader was read. A pot luck lunch was served. Johnsons Return From U. Graduation Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Johnson, 1403 Medary, have returned from Minneapolis, where they attended the University of'Minnesota December commencement. Their son, Carlon Joseph Johnson, received his degree in business administration. Free Methodist Conference Held SPRING VALLEY, Minn.—Free Methodist Churches of Emmetsburg, Armstrong, Ruthven, Plymouth, Riceville, Mason City, Minneapolis, Fillmore, Winnebago, and Spring Valley sent representatives to the district conference here. The program included Woman's Missionary Society business meeting, Sunday School promotion, pastor's reports, and Bible quiz. Santa Will Visit LeRoy Monday LE ROY, Minn. — A money scramble for the kiddies will be one of the Christmas season activities in LeRoy. The scramble will be at 2 p.m. Monday, when Santa Claus visits town, his stop arranged by the LeRoy Commercial Club. Christmas programs will be held at 8 p.m. Sunday In the Baptist, Lutheran, and Presbyterian churches. The LeRoy elementary grades presented their annual school program Thursday afternoon. Grange Families Hold Yule Supper ELKTON, Minn. — Elkton Grangers served their family Christmas supper in the Elkton School cafeteria Tuesday. Peter Marshall's Christmas sermon and two poems were read, carols were sung and a Christmas fund gift was made to the Austin Association for Mentally Retarded. The Willis Danielsons will host the January meeting. ON ADVISORY BOARD SPRING VALLEY, Minn.-Mrs. Carlyle Challgren was named to the Fillmore County Public Health advisory board last week. DUGAN'S DAILY Gift Suggestions Sim 12 to J JR. ICE SKATES $3.95 ***— Si«j 1 to 3 JR. FIGURE SKATES .... $5.95 JR. SHOE ROLLER SKATES $5.95 6 ft, with pod TOBOGGAN $19.95 I ft., with pod TOBOGGAN $28.45 Give a Gift Certificate Free Gift Wrapping DUGAN'S 130 E. Mill HE 3-6190 few M <JTf«*ltMn«J Mcrm CkrirttaM * ml IHM'« tfcwe give him a gift that is always right gift certificate Of »n the gifts thac a man cao'rwrre at Christmas, one that ii invariably correct it a Gift Certificate from Gildftew. It can't fail It own EXACTLY what you had in mind and the lucky fellow gets EXACTLY what h* wants. No problems with size*, colon, styles. And we'll make them out in any denomination you wish. No iaf la- ttoo either! A $5 Gift Certificate still costs jtst $5. A Gildners Gift Certificate is die perfect mhiripn ID Christmas gift problem! , •. for o special person - A St9t»on Hat Gift C«rt!flcat« with a miniature hat and hat box for un. d»r th* tret. Priwi from |.99. Attend The A.A.U.W. Christmas Belt Monday, Dec. 22

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free