The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 22, 1958 · Page 2
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 2

Austin, Minnesota
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Monday, December 22, 1958
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2-AUITIN (Minn.) HERALD Monday, Dec. «, t9S8 VITAL STATISTICS ftirthi AT ST. OLAF HOSPITAL Sift and Mrs. LeRoy WdllschU- ftr. 801 N. Greenwich, daughter, Drt. 20. Mr, and Mrs. Prank C. Landreville, 1301 N. Sixth, daughter, Dec. 30. Mr. Md Mrs. Robert A, fisher, Austin Rt. 2, son, Dec. 20. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, Adams, daughter, Dee. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thompson, 1206 W. College, daughter, Dec. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Luthe, Lansing, daughter, Dec. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Poley, Adams, son, Dec. 20. Mr. and Mrs. John Geraghty, 515 Padden, daughter, Dec. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Quill, Hayfield, son, Dec. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ball, son, 308 Herzog, Dec. 22. OUTSIDE OF AUSTIN '.Mr. and Mrs. Craig Kouba, 146 Bridge, Albert Lea, son, Dec. 21, at Naeve Hospital, Albert Lea. Mrs. Kouba is the former Diane Spless of Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Plath, 421 N. Fourth, Marvel Addition, Rochester, son, Dec. 19, at Community Hospital, Rochester. They are .former residents. Morrioge licenses Donald fi. Pedersen, 1312 W. Grove, and Anna M. Moretc, Northwood, Iowa. Deaths MRS. JESSIE T1ENKEN Mrs. Jessie Mae Tienken, 80. died Saturday at Allen Memorial Hospital, Waterloo. A former resident of Riceville, she is survived by two sons, Robert of Riceville and Harry of Waterloo; a daughter, Mrs. Charles (Lila) Bowers, Waterloo; three brothers, Levi Paul, Riceville, George Paul, Venice, Calif., Arthur Paul, Conrath, Wis.; two sisters, Mrs. Harry Randall, Marshalltown, Iowa, and Mrs. Clifford Belts, Couer'da Lene, Idaho. Funeral services will be held Wednesday. MISS ELIZABETH REINARTZ Miss Elizabeth Reinartz, 63, Kas. son, died late this morning at St. Marys Hospital, Rochester, after a long illness. Survivors are three brothers, Andrew, Oakland: Martin and Joseph, Rose Creek, and Raymond, St. Paul; and two sisters, Mrs. Herman Jech, Austin, and Thomas Collins, St. Paul. Funeral arrangements are pending. JOSEPH REINARTZ Joseph A. Reinar«, 93, died Sunday momiitg at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Earl Miller, 902 W. Maple. Surviving are four sons, Ben Reinart* and Sheriff Albert Rei- nartt, Austin, Lawrence Reinarte, Sheboygan, Wis., and Henry Reinartz, Rockwell City, Iowa; three daughters, Sister M. Gervase and Mrs. Hubert Vrooman, Rochester, and Mrs. Miller; a sister, Miss Anna Reinartz, Rose Creek. Funeral services will be held Tuesday. Funerols REINARTZ — Funeral services for Joseph A. Reinartz, 902 W. Maple, will be held at 9 a.m. Tuesday at St. Augustine Church. In torment will be in Calvary Ceme tery. .Rosary service will be held at 8 p.m. at the Mayer Funeral Home. 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. TIENKEN — Funeral services for Mrs, Jessie Tienken, Waterloo, will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Martz Funeral Home, LeRoy, and at 2 o'clock at the Baptist Church, Riceville, the Rev. Percy Bruns officiating. Interment will be in Riverside Cemetery, Riceville. Friends may call at the Martz Funeral Home until the time of service. How "Easy" Are Easy Auto Payments! They may add up to much more than you think. State Farm's "Bank Plan" for Auto Financing may save you important money. cason's ©ratines; ••*»»•;•-•••*•*-••*• MAYER (omt «Nceim 604 H.firewwich * Phone HE 3-2020 Beta* y*n buy any Mr, 1*1 mi about Iht Stela Farm "link • Plan". Clayton F. Miytr *«». Dial HE 1-2204 Clayton F. Meyer INSURANCE NEXT TO STERLING THEATRE Dial HE 3-3489 This Christmas give extension phones. . . the steps you save will be your own! • tag gift for everyone in the family, and to practical . . . jjon telephones in your choice of nine beautiful colors! I t*|fucb a convenience to reach for a handy phone in bedroom, kitchen. , too. Three extension phones cost only $3.00 a ui tax. There is a one-time charge for color and Call the telephone business office tomorrow ! NQRTHW«»TCMN •«(.(. TELEPHONE COMPANY tehphones. . .gift of a thoughtful Santa Obituaries 188ft M»jr Miner 1958 Maty Elizabeth Adams waj born at IfagpoTt, Pa., Dec. 7, 1988; the eldest child of John and Frances Adams. At an early tge, she and ter family moved to Watermtn, 111., where she grew to woman' hood. She taught school for four years in her home community. She was united in marriage with Clayton Miller on Oct. 19, 1914. In 1916, they moved to a farm, near Grand Meadow, Minn., and in 1917, moved to the farm home where they lived until the time of her husband's death, Aug. 8, 1946. She then moved to Grand Meadow, where she made her home for 1V4 years. Mrs. Miller leaves to mourn, her daughter, Mrs. Ted Sllndee (Ethel), Austin Rt. 5, with whom she was now living, and a son, Harold Miller, Dexter, with whom she had also made her home. She also leaves five grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Stella Klemm, Hatn- es City, Fla.; two brothers, Miles Adams, Houston, Minn., and Jack Adams, Austin; a nephew; two nieces. When a young woman, Mrs. Miller joined the Presbyterian Church at \ Waterman and upon moving to Grand Meadow, attended the Congregational Church. During the later years, she attended the Lutheran churches with her children. She will be laid to rest in the Grand Meadow Cemetery. In Memoriom In loving memory of our father and husband, Martin Redwing. Two years have passed-since you were here, Oh how we miss you father dear. God took you home, it was His will, But in our hearts you linger still. Sadly missed by his Family In memory of Frank J. Pell who passed away one year ago today, Dec. 22, 1957. Deep in our hearts he will always stay, Loved and remembered everyday. Mrs. Frank Pell and Family Municipal Court Mary Heise, 2105 E. Oakland, no dog license, $5. Don Yanzer, 107 Decker, allowing dog to run loose, $5 suspended. Mrs. B. Vermilyna, 2310 McKinley, allow dog to run loose, $5 suspended. All-Point Alarm for Check Writers A warrant has been issued fnr two men who allegedly cashed 13 no .• account checks in the Austin area. Sheriff Al Reinartz said the two, Ernest Gene Iverson, 22, 705 Elm, and Robert H. Krantz, 20, Graham, Tex., cashed approximately $200 worth of checks in the area since Dec. 1. An all-points alarm has been issued for the pair. Name Kennedy to Head Board at General Mills MINNEAPOLIS (A?) - Gerald S. Kennedy, executive vice president of General Mills, Inc., was named chairman of the board of the giant milling company at a directors meeting here today. Hie 64-year-old Kennedy sue - ceeds Harry A. Bultis, who is retiring after 10 years as chairman. The board accepted Bullis' request for retirement effective Jan. 1, 1959, at its meeting today. VP Since MS A member of the board of directors since 1348, Kennedy was named executive vice president of General Mills last September. He has been a company vice presi- dnt since 1943 and prior to that he was administrator of basic commodities activities. In other action today, the board named A. D. Hyde, A. Z. Kourl, and E. 0. Boyer as executive vice presidents. All three have been vice presidents and administrators. St. Thomas Graduate Born in St. Paul, Kennedy was graduated from St. Thomas College, St. Paul, and joined General Mills' parent Washburn Crosby Co. in 1914 as an office boy in the wheat department in Minneapolis. He was moved to Buffalo, N.Y., in 1920, serving there in grain and operations 'for 19 years and returning to Minneapolis to become director of operations control in 1939. He was named director of flour and feed operations in 1942 and became administrator of basic commodities activities in 1953. Hyde, a native of Pipestone, Minn., joined 1928. Kouri, General Mills a 1931 graduate the University of Texas, started with the company as a merchandiser in Houston shortly after • ward. Boyer joined what is now the Sperry Division of General Mills at Oakland, Calif., in 1911. &ANCER TO WED RACER — Television dancer Tonia Bern, shown earlier this month at London Airport, will marry Donald Campbell, the world's fastest man on water, Campbell announced in London. Campbell, holder of the world water speed record of 248.62 miles an hour, said he would marry Miss Bern on Christmas Eve. (AP Photofax) Gosden and Correll, Moore Pallbearers LOS ANGELES original Amos 'n' (AP) - The Andy — Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll —were among honorary pallbear ers for Harry R. Moore, 70, the "Kingfish" of the television series. Last rites for Moore were conducted Saturday at Mt. Sinai Bap list church. He died of tuberculosis a week earlier. Burglars Bungle Plot to Rob Food Store ST. CLOUD, Minn. (API-Burglars "broke into a west end Super Valu store here Sunday night by smashing a hole in a cement block wall, then left after apparently taking nothing. Police said the thieves had attempted to move an office safe, but must have been frightened and fled without damaging it. Park Desegregated in New Orleans NEW ORLEANS (AP) - New Orleans' City Park, one of the largest municipal parks in the nation, is desegregated. The board of directors of the 1,427-acre park Sunday bowed to a mandate of the U.S. Supreme Coui't after eight years of litigation. "We have reached the end of the rope," said Ellis Laborde, general manager of the park. "We don't plan to have segregation anywbere in the park." CREATIVE ENGINEER DIES PITTSBURGH (AP)-Benjamin F. Baker, 60, one of the most creative engineers of Westinghouse Electric Corp., died Saturday. He had been with the firm 34 years and was awarded 104 patents. He was born In Winchester, Va. Farmers purchase an estimated 20 per cent of all gasoline sold in the United States. TONIGHT... Christmas Ball TERP BALLROOM Tickets $3 Per Couple at the Door put on the Christmas lights of • . "aurora borealis' Earlier Deadline oil Church Notices Thii Wetk and Nt*t Because Christmas i« Thursday and there will be no wwfc that day at fflE HERALD of. flee, pastors are asked to have their regular weekly church notices in by Wednesday %won. The satne regulation will be in effect next week because of the New Yeafs Day holiday. The- Church Editor will appreciate the usual cooperation. One Killed, 5 Hurt as Car Smashes Tree By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A car carrying si* persona left a county road near the St. Paul suburb of Newport early today, rolled over several times and wrapped itself around a tree. One man was killed, five others were hurt. Dead was Louis Leyk, about 20, of South St. Paul. The death, plus those of four others over the weekend, raised Minnesota's 1958 traffic toll to 073, or (our more than a year ago. There were 685 deaths during all of 1957. Hospitalized in fair condition from the Newport accident were Leyk's wife, Lucille, 19; Andre Wordelich, 20, Newport; and Donna Girard, about 18, St. Paul Park. Treated for minor injuries were Vivian Thayer, 17, South St. Paul, and Joseph Zins, 20, South St. Paul, The Leyk residence is at 352 N. Concord, South St. Paul. Worde' lich lives at 1979 4th Ave^ Newport. Miss Girard lives at 1116 4th St., St. Paul Park. Miss Thayer lives at 352 N. Concord, South St. Paul. Zins lives at 304 10th Ave., South St. Paul. Paul H. Richter, 3rd gf ml6. Christmas lights that shine clear as crystal, flashing a play of color on your winter fashions. All in ice cool aurora and vitrol. *plus 10% federal excise tax fashioned by RAND *4* to $ 20* Rope. $15* Use Your Austin - Albert Lea Credit Card Bracelet. $6* — Jewelry: Pint floor. YOUNKERS "Satisfaction Always" In The Sterling Shoppnlg Center double her holiday cheer with Helena Rubenstein fragrance duo' 2.50* *plus 10% federal excise tax Clinging colognes and beautiful body powders In a gay, gifty package for present fun, in de = licious fragrances for futur^ pleasure. Choose "Apple Blossom," "White Magnolia" or "Heaven Sent." — Toiletries: tint floor YOUNKERS "Satisfaction Always" In the Sterling Shopping Center give every girl sheer, sheer Berkshire' n/lon stockings full-fashioned nylons . . . 30 denier, walking sheers 1.35 160 twin threads, evening sheers . .1.50 Nylace 15, sheer no-runs 1.65 Nylace 30, walking sheers, no-runs . .1.50 seamless nylons , . Seamless, heels ' and toes 1.35 Ploy it smart! Give her the only full-fashioned stockings with the new Nylace Kantrun top* and toe-rings thgt stop all runs storting at the garter-top or toes. Win her heart with seamless stockings thpt fit as if poured on. High fashion colors. 8 Vi to M. Short, medium or long — Hoiitry First Floor. YOUNKERS "Saiu/ocuon Always* In The Sterling Shopping Center Chriitmis Tree*Top STAR A dUflnetfvi and beautiful Tret-Top ornament for tfi* Remembrance ,*f Hit Birthday The children love f lit Silver-plated star 7W" across Full-Color Sallrnan Picture Transparency $1.89 tach Sallman's Famous Christian Paintings Full-color reproductions in a variety of newly designed popular priced frames. suitable for office, Classroom, or Home. Priced from $2.95 Christmas Napkins Pkg. of SO 5UC 6-Piece Nativity Set No. V5531 $1.59 ONE ONLY!! 2-Piece Molded Plastic Nativity Set No. V5530 $22.59 Christmas Manger Set Made of sturdy fiberboard, this full-color display can be used year after year. 17 lifelike figures are varnished and fit firmly into slotted tabs of the one-piece platform. 26'/zx7!4 in. Display 12 in. High Full-color gift box No. 43T743 $1.25 Relgious Inset Puzzles Made of smoothly finished wood, size 9"xl2" with attractive nontoxic, atmospheric coloring. Each Item is individually wrapped i n cellophane and individually boxed. No. IR-Our Church No. 2R-Noah's Ark No. 3R4-Choir Boys No . 5R-Now I lay Me Down To Sleep $1.75 Each Long Play Hi-Fi Religious Recording Large selection in stock also a limited quantity of Stereo Records There's still a good selection of Chrsitmas Cards for your Relatives and friends. Christmas Gift Wrap from lOc to $1.25 per pkg. • • • SCOTCH brand Cellophane Tape in 25c-39c-59c roll* Christmas Candy Boxe» '/2 Ib. size 2Vic ea. '/4 Ib. size 2c ea. OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. Mon. & Tow. &. Until 4 P.M. Wed. AUSTIN BOOK & GUT STORE "Your Christian Gift Center of So. Minn. & No. Iowa* 128 W. Mill $t. Phone HE 7-233) (Across from Penne/l)

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