The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 23, 1958 · Page 2
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Austin, Minnesota
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Tuesday, December 23, 1958
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(MffifY) HIRAID Tu*sday, Dec. 23, 1958 VITAL STATISTICS Funeroli Birthi At 8T. OLAF llOSPff AL md Mn. Jaime* Prins, Prairie, daughter, Dec. ft Mr. ind Mra. Leo Styles, Austin Acrw, d*u8bt*f, DM. 82. Mr. tnd Mn. Willis Baffin, Northwood* fffwi, daughter, Dec. 23. OUTSIDE OP AUSTIN Mr. and Mrs. Jess Boofenhoff, 4ft4 Prairie A»a,, Blootnlngdale, til., son, Dee. 28. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clelle Brown 710 Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Howie Hoop* DCS Moines, low*, son, Dec. 18. Marriage Lictnses ' La Vern W. Harden, LeRoy, and Peggy A. Smith, LeRoy. Harlan D. Turnvold, Oakland, and Tamara D. Olson, 171? Me- Kinley. Deaths BENJAMIN BARDOUCHE., Benjamin F. Bardouche, 87, died Monday while at work at General Motors, Ferndale, Mich. A former resident of Austin, he Is survived by his wife, Nona; sister, Mrs. Gladys Bardouche, Dwarf, Ky.; two brothers, Lloyd and Durwood Bardouche, Austin, Funeral services will be held Friday at Ferndale. REV. JOHN ARTHUR KUTPER Funeral services were held at Albert Lea today for the Rev. John Arthur Kuyper, 32, who died his home in Mandan, N. D. of a heart attack. Ht was i minister in the Presbyterian church. The Rev, Mr. Kuyper was bora in Hollandale Oct. », 19M to John and Rena Kuyper. His father and step-mother survive, also aix brothers and three sisters. The brothers art: The Rev. Oil bert Kuyper, St. Paul; Henry Blue Earth; the Rev. Neal Kuyper 3>ort Townsend, Wash.; Twin broth- •frs, Jake, Elleadale, cod Elmer Waseca; and DOB Kuyper, Albert tea. 7 The sisters are Mrs. Lert« (Dor :t>thy) Nelson, Lakewood, Colo ;Mrs. Don (Irene) Weber, Alber •Lea; and Mrs. Robert (Mary 'Trammell, Linden, Teon. £ The Rev. Lloyd Peterson eon rducted the services in First Pres byterian Church. MSINARTJ5 — Funeral services at Miss Elizabeth Retnarte, Kason, will be held at 9 a.m. Wednesday at St. Peter's Church, ose Creek. Interment will be in t. Peter's Cemetery. Rosary aer- ice will be held at 8 p.m. today t the Mayer Funeral Home. TIENKEN — Funeral services or Mrs. Jessie Tienken, Waterloo, will be held at 1 p.m. Wednes- ay at the Marts Funeral Home, and at 2 o'clock at the aptist Church, Riceville, the lev. Percy Bruns officiating. In- rment will be in Riverside Ceme- ery, Riceville. Friends may call t the Marts Funeral Home until le time of service. Obituaries 188? Genevleve Gransee 1958 Genevieve Grace Hunt, youngest f the daughters of the late Mr. nd Mrs. Judson Hunt, was born t Waltham, July 9, 1887. Moving to Brownsdale as a child, he attended school there and lat', Pillsbury Academy, Owaton- t. On Nov. 21,1916, she was united in marriage with Edward G Gransee at Brownsdale. To this union, two children were born, Edward E. Gransee, Phoenix, Ariz., and Ruth, deceased. Mrs. Gransee resided in the Aus tin area all her married life am was a member of the Methodist Church and Lady Woodmen. She was a loving wife and mother Co know her was to love her She will be greatly missed by her family and friends. Mrs. Oransee died at 8:45 t.m Dec. 17, at her home, 507 Roch ford. Surviving are her husband her son and daughter-in-law, grandson, four nephews, two nieces and cousins. She was precec ed in death by four sisters, Min nie Allen, Ella Gillam, Lulu Kno and Bessie. Funeral services were held 2 p.m. Dec. 20, at the Jorda Mortuary Chapel with the Rev William J. Campbell officiating Interment was in Greenwood Cem etery, Brownsdale. Bearers wer Archie Wilson, Alvin Wilson, Ad olph Christopherson, Kermit Ras mussen, Kenneth Gransee, Wayn Gransee. Ambulance Runs SATURDAY 11:05 a.m. - 703 N. Lansing to . Olaf Hospital. 2:20 p.m. - 1100, Taylor to St. laf Hospital. 5:10 p.m. — 606 Harmon to St. la! Hospital. 6:80 p.m. - North of Mil 1 e r Motel to St. Olaf Hospital. 9:06 p.m. - 200 N. Millfield to t. Olaf Hospital. SUNDAY 12:35 a.m. - 1401 E. Oakland St. Olaf Hospital. MONDAY 10:40 a.m. — 922 E. Bridge to t. Olaf Hospital. 10:12 p.m. Waltham to St. Olaf lospital. TUESDAY 9:10 a.m. — 610 W. Oakland to t. Olaf Hospital. Municipal Court Robert D. Allbright, Austin Rt. , double parking and leaving motor running, $5. Dean F. Alias, 112H E. Water, areless driving, plea innocent, rial 3 p.m., Jan. i. Curtis M. Eastman, 710 College, riving 37 m.p.h. in a 30-mile zone. 15. Kenneth M. Fretty, 513 Allegh- eney, careless driving, $25. Roger W. Graves, 1104 N. First, w driver's license, $25. Martin E. Jansen Jr., 605 S. ^ranklin, driving 37 m.p.h. in a 30-mile zone, $15. Robert J. Lechnir, Austin Rt. driving 37 m.p.h. in a 30-mile zone, $15. Mary Theressa Lewis, 1201 S. iCenwood, running a red light, plea innocent, trial 3 p.m. Friday. Mina L, Lewis, 1900 E. Hope, driving wrong way on one-way driving 39 m.p.h. in a 30-mile zone, street, $5. Lyle R. Mickkelson, 1415 Baldwin, no driver's license, $25, and $15. Jon Miller, Austin Rt. 1, driving 39 m.p.h. in 30-mile zone, $15. Elmer J. Schwerin, Adams, driving too fast for conditions, $15. Orville W. Snater, 207 Garfield, running red light, $10. Melvin E. Stundahl, 1008 Sullivan, driving too fast for conditions, $15. David E. Thomsen, 209 W. Al- legheney, running red light, $10. Camelia Wagner, 309 S. Fourth, driving 54 m.p.h. in a 30-mile zone, $24. Burton H. Yaste, 1301 Ohio, driving 50 m.p.h. in 30-mile zone, trial 3 p.m. Friday. James T. Iblings, Brownsdale, failure to stop for a stop sign, $10. Wyman E. Kilgore, Rose Creek, driving 70 m.p.h. in a 55-mile zone, $15. John M. Meany, Rose Creek, driving with unsafe equipment, $15. Donna Vugtereen, Minneapolis, driving 46 m.p.h. in a 30-mile zone, forfeit $16. Elmo L. Stillwell, Minneapolis, driving 40 m.p.h. in a 30-mile zone, $15. Henry O. Opsahl, Alden, making improper turn, forfeit $25. Harold G. Mustard, Estherville, Refusing to Pay Taxes, Pacifist Minister Is Taken to Federal Jail .02 E. R. Wesseman & HEATING 204 W. Mill HE 3-3791 To you, from u»... Menry Cbristttus and * ttppy Holiday Season. May yowr blessings waltiply and yoor day* of th+ wonder ••4 i*r ** ii*i»i> AUSTIN READY-MIX CONCRETE CO IN LONDAN — Petticoat Lane, London's famous Sunday morning market, is bulging at the seams with shoppers looking for pre-Christmas bargains Dec. 21. Petticoat Lane is the most widely known of all open air street markets in the British capital and operates only on Sunday mornings. (AP Photofax) Iowa, parking illegally, forfeited $15. Donald W. Berk, Charles City, no driver's license, forfetied $25. Herbran C. Read Jr., New Effington, S. D., driving 65 m.p.h. in 55-mile zone, forfeited $15. Ormanzo Peterson, Blooming Prairie, making improper turn, pleaded innocent. Trial date not set. Teenagers Make It Tough on Poor Santa LOCKPORT, N. Y. (AP)-Doubt ing teen-agers are making it tough for Santa this Yuletide. High school rowdies shovec around one Santa until he gave up A 19-year-old 6-foot college stu dent, David Seekings, replaced him and he too, is having his troubles. "I've been shoved, kicked and had snow and dirt thrown at me,' Seekings says. "I can take care o myself, and I feel like doing it But how can Santa Glaus hi anyone?" FREE Flashlights ONLY A FEW LEFT! TOMORROW ONLY WASH $150 JOBS VAlAi 1 HEET... 3 FOB $1.00 While It Lasts!! DICK'S NORTH * STAR SERVICE On th« Way to th* Plant" Ash I Water Sts. Austin, Minn. ii Axe" Johnson's Hdwe. Will Get You Set For Holiday Entertaining SOIVI THI PARKING PROILIM AT YOUR HOUH WITH.,. Samsonite FOLDING CHAIRS ONLY $5*5 Re fl . $7.50 Inough of th*M vpM»>»r«d, contour-curod dtoln to Mat a roonfvl of guiih- Her* In a clowt cerntr. Antf.* (htyVt modt with rtal •oiy-ehalr comfortl Strong, looking...And you'll lovo <h« «olwil Com», writ*, phont. COME IN TODAY WHILE THEY LAST "Axe" Johnson Hardware 111 E. Mill • HE 3-3250 IOWA NEWS $30,000 ROBBERY I DES MOINES (AP) — A safe 1 >urglary, which police said was jne of the biggest jobs pulled tiere in recent years, netted thie- ces about $30,000 in cash, checks and- merchandise at the World Wide Distributing Co. sometime Saturday night or early Sunday. WORK SENTENCE PROPOSAL KEOKUK Ml - Juvenile offenders in traffic and similar Municipal Court cases here are going to have a chance to file their way out of custody—with official backing. The Keokuk High School Stu dent Council recently passed a resolution urging that juveniles be given a work sentence rather than a fine when they violate local ordinances. BUS SERVICE RESUMED DES MOINES UP) - The strikebound American Buslines resumed service between Burlington an-d Des Moines Sunday. A bus, operated by supervisory personnel, lefl Burlington for Des Moines aboul 12:30 p.m. carrying one passenger. It arrived here at 5 p.m then left with 13 passengers on the return trip to Burlington aboul 5:30 p.m. POLICE CHIEF DIES IOWA PALLS (AP) — J. H. Stiner, 73, Iowa Falls police chie: from 1951 until his retirement in 1956, died at a hospital Sunday Stiner was an Iowa Falls police man for more than 35 years. 4 FAMILIES FLEE FLAMES DtlBUQUE 1*1 — Four families CHRISTM May tht joy ana* ptact of Crv/dmoi abundant// b/«M you now ana* for«w<nor«... Wright Wells & Co. 1st Nafl. Bonk Mda. Austin Hi 3-3050 ed into bitter, cold weather early unday when a fire raced through heir apartment house. The blaze /as discovered when a father got ut of bed to quiet his crying child nd found the hall filled with moke. 4 ROAD DEATHS CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) ~ Th* Rev. Maurice F, McCrackln, 52- year-old pacifist minister who won't pay his income taxes, was taken to a federal prison today to serve six months for refusal to respond to an Internal Revenue Service summons. As in the past when* confronted with law enforcement officers, the pastor of a merged Episcopal- Presbyterian church had to be lifted from his cell bunk and seated in a wheelchair. He was TEMPERATURES . .High Low Pr. Alexandria 33 23 Bemidji 32 22 T Intl Falls 30 11 Redwood'Falls 40 29 Rochester 37 81 St. Cloud 37 24 Duluth 35 22 La Crosse 38 M Madison ' 36 26 Mason City 38 29 Minot 36 24 Fargo 36 26 Rapid City 46 27 Calgary 40 17 Edmonton 36 10 Regina 33 13 Winnipeg 26 10 Albany, cloudy 22 18 Albuquerque, clear 51 32 Anchorage, cloudy 30 20 Atlanta, cloudy 58 36 Bismarck, clear 37 Boston, clear 27 Buffalo, cloudy 42 Chicago, cloudy 47 Cleveland, cloudy > 42 Denver, cloudy 53 Des Monies, cloudy 57 Detroit, cloudy 40 Fort Worth, cloudy 58 Helena, clear 40 Indianapolis, cloudy 50 Kansas City, cloudy 60 Los Angeles, clear 64 Louisville, cloudy 54 Memphis, rain 61 Miami, cloudy 75 Milwaukee, cloudy 38 aroused about S o'clock and was on his way to the undisclosed prison at 6:30. fhe Rev, Mr, McCtacltin, who clashed with the lat over failure to pay Income taxe** has had to be carried into jail, into courtroom and out ot them since his troubles reached a head several months ago. He refused to walk. In keeping with policy, the name of the prison to which he was Sent Maple Lake Man Dies; Road Toll 675 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS An elderly Maple Lake man was killed in a traffic accident late Monday. The death raised the state's 1958 highway toll to 675, or five more than a year ago. Timothy Daily, 81, Maple Lake, was killed Monday night when he stepped from his car on a Maple Lake street apd was struck by an* was not made public. In addition to the sentence, U.S. DM. Judge John H. Druffel fined him $250 for failure to respond to summons. A jury convicted him on tree. 12. The minister.has refused to pay income taxes for years on the grounds that * part of the money goes for war purposes. The IRS issued the summons for him to talk over his income tax situation. other machine. Driver of the other car, the Highway Department reported, was John Tryhl of Maple Lake. Abel Anderson, 79, 'Newfolden, and his daughter, Lillian, 42, a Nebraska teacher home on vacation, died when their pickup truck and a gasoline transport collided near Newfolden in northwestern Minnesota. The transport' driver was not seriously hurt. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Mpls.-St. Paul, cloudy 38 New Orleans, cloudy New York, clear DES MOINES d four persons — Iowa count- dead over the veekend as a result of traffic accidents. The latest victim was ames G. Ostrander,. 19, Water- oo, who died in a Waterloo hos- lital Sunday of injuries suffered n a two-car collision in that city Saturday night. BOY BADLY BURNED DES MOINES UP) — Mark Stephen, 2Va-year-old son of Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Stephen of Des Moines, suffered first and second degree burns on the face, hands and feet Monday from flaming paint thinner which spilled on the jilot light of a stove at their home. tiospital attendants said the boy's condition was "fairly good." Santa Avoids Jail, No Thanks to Pastor OKLAHOMA CITY CAP) — A minister failed to have Santa Claus tossed in jail. Santa, or Joe B. Hyden as he is known outside his costume, is circulating a petition calling for repeal of Oklahoma's whisky prohibition law. The Rev. W. E. Cook, a Baptist, said it didn't seem right to him for Santa to be looking for signa- j tures boosting booze. Police toldj the pastor he would have to findj a law that Santa was violating! before he could sign a complaint, j TV Actress Gets j Divorce for Cause LOS ANGELES (AP) — Television actress Elinor Donahue, 21, was divorced on testimony her husband drank too much. Miss Donahue, who plays the older daughter in the TV series "Father Knows Best," said her husband, Richard T. Smith, 27, studio sound technician, also _ignored her and their son, Brian, 21 months. Superior Court granted her custody of the child and $50 monthly for his support. 69 28 Oklahoma City, cloudy 66 Omaha, clear 50 Philadelphia, cloudy 29 Phoenix, clear 70 Pittsburgh, cloudy 41 Portland, Me., cloudy 27 Port.and, Ore., cloudy 47 Rapid City, clear Richmond, cloudy St. Louis, cloudy 46 45 61 Salt Lake City, rain 42 San Diego, cloudy 66 San Francisco, cloudy 59 50 77 37 Seattle, cloudy Tampa, clear Washington, cloudy (T — Trace) 17 24 30 37 36 29 31 36 54 10 38 40 52 43 46 52 31 30 57 28 52 32 24 44 35 5 41 27 35 46 35 57 49 43 54 30 Best 'Wishes FOR A * Christmas .03 .18 From tti» Cleaners that Give You More GLASGOW CLEANERS 113 E. Bridge St. HI 3-5950 We Give You More Than Santa Does Because of Illness the DENTAL OFFICES of Dr. A. G. Patterson Will Be Closed Until Further Announcement .03 BUDGET OIL CO, Prmnt* Hi* AUSTIN PACKERS JERRY GOODWIN The Packer five for this season employs the services of Jerry Goodwin, 900 W. College St., and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maynord Goodwin. Mr. Goodwin is employed at John Thorsell's. Inc. Jerry is o Senior, stands 6'-5", weighs 180 pounds and plays the Forward and Center positions. This is Jerry'i third season of basketball. Jerry participates in the Track team. He is a member of the Spanish Club, and outdoor sports ore his hobbies. A Public Service SUGGEST THE IDEAL GIFT KMIIMTON MOUICTIIIC* Only shaver with Roller Combs. Shaves Hidden ' Beard and heavy beard in absolute comfort Largest live shaving area of all I Three man-sized double shaving, heads. MMNMTON MIINCCSS Four times more shaving: area and exclusive Guard Comb protection. So safe, can't chafe. Deodorant may nedii REMINGTON AUTO-HOME ROLUCTMC® Goes where you go! Every feature of the Rollectric flux dual-volt advantages. Works in cars, boats, planes and at home. YOUR OLD SHAVER ACCEPTED IN TRADE SHAVER HEADQUARTERS "*%*$%, As the holiday season glides merrily in, we would like to take the opportunity to express our appreciation to all the good people who have helped make this year such a wonderful one for us. Thank you.,, and best wishes for loads of Yuletide happiness 1 . FREEBORN COUNTY CO-OP OIL CO. Bulk Petroleum Salesmen Cliff Harfcon, Au*Hn-HE3-9010; Elmer Felkettad, Oakland-HE 7-1391 A Usli* Ham, Austin-HE 3-6924 or HE 3-9010

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