The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 24, 1958 · Page 2
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 2

Austin, Minnesota
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Wednesday, December 24, 1958
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J-AUSTfM (Minn.) HfSAlD Dec 24, '58 VITAL STATISTICS Btrttn At ST. OWF BOSPItAL RtSNESS — funeral ftefvices for Die Rlsness, rural Lyle, win be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Wot. • •» M • • -w—•—^ •.__ — — — m,*v» n* • ft IKI • * ft «uf*j O* MIC T? VI * Mr. wd-'ttrt, LioMrd Schfoe- iein Funeral Home, the Rev. 0. dMfir, 1891 1. Hope, daughter, Dec, Mr. and MM Clifford Strong, 8302 E. Oakland, son, Dec. 28. -- iV Mr. and Mrs. Kenntth Hamilton, ' on « w '» » •»"« & t y, e C. Kmitson officiating. DAMMANN — Furierol services tyli, daughter, Dec. 83, ™* , a *» *™» , Hom * a " d at Mr. Wd Mrs. Arnold K. Devt- * •'«>«<* « Trinity Lutheran «n, IBM W. Mill, daughter, Dec. ^h.east »/ Austin, the Rev. ' H. P, Bauer officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Marty, Wai- tham, daughter, Dec. 24. OUTSIDE OF AUSTIN iui mi a. mum nuiuuM, nusun ttl. ••-«. ..„. -. 1, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Sat- ahead ~ son r, and Mrs. John Roberts, Mln- ur d ay at the First Methodist cou P lc '» Pare,, —jtolit, daughter, Dec. 81. Mrs. Church, the Rev. William J. Camp- Lfl " c< «ter, Pa. Roberts if the former Shirley Han- bell officiating. Interment will be in the National Bohemian Ceme- Fraternity PledaeS tery, near Myrtle. Friends may ••---•' '-call at the Freeborn Funeral tfome, Albert Lea, until 11 a.m. Satur- •on, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hanson, Taopi. Marriage Licenses Gene R. Cafourek, Highway 218- N. and Delores J. Wolfe, Nielsen, Addn. John F. Bloch, Wheat Ridge, Colo., and Dorothy M. Williams, 406 Mankato. Richard E. Duncomb, St. Ansgar, Iowa, and Patricia A. Schroeder, 2110 Deneen. Deaths MRS. ERNEST DAMMANN Mrs. Ernest Dammann, S3, died suddenly Tuesday evening at her home, near Elkton. Surviving are her husband and three children, Mrs. John Schepler (Marilyn), Austin, Myron and Marlys, at home. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon. JOHN WALERAK John Walerak, 52, died Saturday at Prescott, Ariz. A former Rose Creek resident, he Is survived by his mother, Mrs. Mary Walerak, Rose Creek; five brothers, Michael, Joseph and Stanley of Rose Creek, Frank of Austin and George of Hay field; a sister, Mrs. C. J. Lanser, Minneapolis; two step-sisters, Mrs. Marie Boukalik and Mrs. Eleanor Smith, Cleveland, Ohio. Funeral services will be held Friday morning. MRS. ANNA PRIHODA Mrs. Anna Prihoda, 69, died this morning at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Prantner, Austin Rt. 1, after being ill three months. Surviving are five children, John of Ellendale, Clarence of Myrtle, Mrs. Prantner (Loretta), Mrs. Milo Cafourek (Dorothy), London and Floyd of Albert Lea; four brothers, Anton Cerny, Brownsdale, John, Joe and Frank Cerny, Austin; two sisters, Mrs. Guy Lew- fa (Marie), Bibbing, and Mrs. France* White, Mason City; 17 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon. Funerals WALERAK — Funeral services for John Walerak, Prescott, Ariz. win be held at 9:30 a.m. Friday at St., Peter's Catholic Church ^ ww aui >«AiffctAMk* \<*J> /•"— J| ||C UtUIIV •—•-••»»*• M »uiu V*J« \*VI4491VU !r? an l at the . church one nour was peeling. The picket fence cu ""ed a short distance west „ sagged. You might say the little Monticello less than a mile from visited me at St. Olaf Hospital. VUHVCU me BV si. \jiai nospliai. — Thanks also for the many cards with warm * • - - and gifts I received. Special thanks Ten P led ges °* UCLA's Alpha Stanley Elgren, 43, died in UM to the nurses, nurses aids and Dr. Tau Ome « a fraternity swarned f anabec Hospital at Mora of in Harold Anderson for th* mwt «•« over the place with naint brushes J urifts suffered when his ca« morning and t «r Funeral Home. for Mrs. Ernest Dammann, Elk- at 1 p.m. Satur- Home Young Mother Get! Trip to See Soldier OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - AJ young mother was all smites to- 1 day waiting to fly home to Pennsylvania. Mrs. Shirley Weber, S3, wai returning home from a visit with, her soldier husband, Raymond, at pltal Lynn December was born. 14 and Sherry An airline official heard of Mrs. Weber and began trying several days ago to help her get home. Mrs. Weber boards the plane this PRIHODA - Funeral services i afternoon - She wl11 spend Christfor Mrs. Anna Prihoda, Austin Rt. mas with her husband—who went " before the service. Card of Thanks cottage was an eyesore. I wish to thank all those who is Jj ome - Ha « b«n ever since 1918, or e goo care. Your kindness will always be re- and tools'today. Their work was a ram *"»<* numbered. David Corner In Memoriom In loving memory of our beloved brother who passed away 4 years ago today. He was a loving brother Who never Judged another With words so pure He never spoke of fear But only of love for others. Greatly missed by his sister, Brother and Nephew, Annadine Houff, Donald Houff, Bruce Tindal In loving memory of George Lamb who died two years ago, December 24, 1958. They say time heals all sorrow, and helps us to forget. But time M far has only proved how much we miss you yet. God gave us strength to take it, and courage to bear the blow. But what it meant to lose you, no one will ever know. Sadly missed by Mother, Father, Sister, Brothers and Grandparents Ambulance Runs TUESDAY 9:10 a.m. - 610 W. Oakland to St. Olaf Hospital. 2:30 p.m. — Ramsey Addn. to St. Olaf. Park WEDNESDAY 9:51 a.m. — Park and Prospect skating rink to St. Olaf Hospital. 10:05 a.m. — Methodist Hospital, Rochester, to Andyville. Municipol Court David Gordon, 17, 407 W. Maple, driving driver's n 1 rr, r* * ...... . '_ r .. o .~u vu boiljr a UHlllCr 1 Carl E. Gray, 1 1007% Browns- war d the fringes of space, dale, running a red light, license - --- -- v "' suspended 30 days. AMBASSADOR CONFERS lema. Thompson from Moscow two or three weeks 2, and the at Hellam and *.. OS LOS ANGELES (AP)-The paint Kills 2; Toll Now 679 Two carl collided headon on a dry, nearly straight stretch ef Highway 152 near MonUeello, Minn., about midnight Tuesday, killing both drivers. The two deaths, along with two more recorded Tuesday, raised Minnesota's 1958 traffic toll to 679, or seven more than a year ago. The toll, with a week left in th year, yas only six' behind 1957' all time record count of 685. Dead in the cash near Monti cello were Lyle Kiley, 27, Route .Albany, Minn., and Lloyd C. Her bes, 18, Freeport, Minn. Minneapolis Address The Highway Patrol said Kiley' papers also listed a Minneapolis address, 3705 Bloomington. Officers said the collision oc AT WALLACE'S But to Miss Alice Wadsworth it sU 8ht curve. Now once more, the place glows cheer, of UCLA's Christmas gift. ATLAS (Continued from Page 1) The Air Force, which kept the satellite launching a super-secret last Thursday, announced Tuesday night that the shoot "was one of a continuing series of research and development flight tests of the Atlas weapons system." The military rarely reports the results of a weapon shoot such as this. Prior to the launch there were rumors that either another satellite attempt would be made or that something alive was aboard. Neither report could be confirmed. Under Stress The mission apparently was to see how the "Big A" would stand up under heavy stress now that the special modifications have been introduced. The mighty Atlas—which may become operational before the end of 1959—reaches speeds as high as 16,000 miles an hour on a long range flight. The flight time was only about 30 minutes when the missile was shot ovr the 6,325 mile intercontinental range just three weeks ago on Nov. 29. The Atlas' three engine propulsion system, developed by Rock- etdyne, builds up 360,000 pounds of thrust before the missile roars aloft. Two small vernier rockets on the side of the missile frame make fine adjustments on the velocity needed for the trip. After about two minutes break away, leaving the sustainer engine to carry a lighter load to- J y flamed out on its launching debut The Titan program is a follow-on American military West Germany. JUS ' ° VW a year ago ' May tht fro* intoning of Chriifmas b* with u» now as on th* night of th* Christ Child 1 ! birth. May th* Chrlttmaj ttory fiv* on*w in *v«ry heart. May all of vs k**p Christmas as He would a railroad overpass on a verj Reported Tuesday were tht deaths of an Isle, Minn., man ant a Minneapolis woman. Stanley Elgren, 43, died in the juries suffered when his car rammed into a stalled semitraile Monday. Highway patrolmen reported Robert Fiero, also of Isle, said the motor of his truck stalled and he couldn't get it started before Al gren's car smashed into the rear of the vehicle. Tt-Year-Old Killed In Minneapolis, 79-year-old Mrs Marie Sorenson died at General Hospital after having been struck by a car near her home Monday night. She was returning from a shopping trip when felled by a car driven by Ronald A. LaRocque 27, Minneapolis, who was taggw for driving too fast for conditions at the accident scene, police said The deaths were recorded even as Gov. Freeman issued a new plea for Minnesota motorists join in a holiday safety campaign ''As each of us travels in this season to be with family and friends; I hope that the courtesy which comes with the feeling o brotherhood will extend to all wte are also traveling the highways, the governor said. CHRISTMAS (Continued from Page 1) Roman Catholic churches from the United States were abroad t visit some of the thousands o American servicemen on foreign soil. Dr. Edwin T. Dahlberg, presi dent of the National Council o Churches and a Baptist ministe from St. Louis, was in Morocco preaching at U.S. Air Fore bases. He told airmen in Spair Tuesday that the East-West dead lock "can be ended only .through wholesom Francis Cardinal- Spellman archbishop of New York and mil tary vicar of Roman Catholics ir brating a series of Masses chapels servicemen in Hon Fleet were anchored. More thou sands decorated trees in Formosa Okinawa, Japan and South Korea Gum Silent The guns were silent around th 3uemoy Islands off the coast o Red China, one of ttie world's few sites of a shooting war. But th silence was in accordance wit the Communist policy of not shell ing the Quemoys on even days o ;he month. The Chinese National ist commander in chief ordere us troops not to fire back o Christmas Day, but there was n indication that the Reds als would observe a truce on an odd numbered day. On another hot war front—Al geria — the French army para chuted 700 live turkeys to isolated outposts and helicopter delivers champagne and cognac. Mor ;han a million packages arrive* from France for the half millio soldiers in the North African ter ritory. FUNERAL CHAPEL May yevr Christmas to at bright at th* lovely trimmings on your trM. MASTER MUSIC SHOP 130 W. Mill from i 4tr , ' The Big Annual Savings Event! ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES FAMOUS FIELDCREST QUALITY! BtMB^jt3lff[(lfffBgBj< FIELDCREST WEARWELL MUSLIN SHEETS AND CASES 132 THREAD Fined CRIB SHEETS White Only Regular $1.19 -Children's Shop - 63"x108" Twin Size $1.59 72"xT08" Twin Size ...... $1.59 Fitted Twin Bottoms $1.59 Cases 42"x36" 81"x99" Double Bed Six* . 81"x108" Double Bed Size . Fitted Full Bottoms ...... ..... 39c each $1.59 $1.69 $1.69 LOWEST PRICES IN YEARS! Striped Percale Foam Rubber Bed Pillows Regular $4.98 Zip-off Cover $397 Downstairs Store 180 PERCALE FIELDCREST DURACALE SHEETS AND CASES 72"xl08" Double Bed Size .... $1.99 81"xl08" Double Bed Size Full Fitted Bottom $2.49 Twin Fitted Bottom Cases 59e each COLORED PERCALE SHEETS AND CASES 72"xl08" Double Bed Size $2.29 Full Fitted Bottom .. 8l"xl08" Double Bed Size $2.49 Twin Fitted Bottom .. Cases 59 e Men Downstairs Store $2.19 $2.29 Printed {Hemmed Flour Sacks Fieldcrest Values to 79c Each Kitchen Towels ..< h 470 Solid Colors, Plaidi, Prints, Terrys Rubber Filled Zip-off Covered Sofa Pillows 97 $2.49 $2.29 Fieldcrest 100% Acrilan BLANKET All nylon bound. Guaranteed forever against moth damage. Regular $12.98. 72"x90". MO — Downstairs Store — Entire Stock of Women's Winter COATS 1 /2 PRICE! ONE LARGE GROUP WOOL SKIRTS Tweeds, Stripes, Plaids $900 $300 $700 $500 Values to $14.98 . Values to $12.98 . Largo Group Fall and Winter DRESSES Medswear, crepes, wool knits, sheers, wools, cottons, all "name brands" V2 PRICE Size* 7 to 15 and 10 to 20 ONE GROUP OF 48" DRAPERY Fabrics and One Group of 36" Waverly Glosheens Assorted Prints and Fabrics Regular to $1.98 Yard $100 YARD — Downstairs Store — Shop for Hundreds Values at Wallace's of Unadvertised Velues to $9.98 end $10.98 Values to $7.98 and $8.98 Values to $25.98 Koret Pair-Offs Warners $16.95 Girdles sizes 26-32 Warners $7.50 Girdles $P95 and Panty Girdles S.M.I. .. J SUITS Special Group of 25 Suits Selling at PRICE! 'You'// Like the Friendly Service at Wallace's" CONVfNIiNT CRfOIT

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