The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 26, 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:
Friday, December 26, 1958
Page:
Page 2
Start Free Trial
Cancel

f-AUSTlN (Mtnn.) HERALD , Friday, Det. 26, 19S8 VITAL STATISTICS Birthi Af «f. OLAP HOSPITAL Mr, MB Mrs. Own Lansing, ion, 0*6. 28. Mr. and Mrs. *ugwe Satebwy, Sim B, Bridge, daughter, Dec. S5. Mr. and Mrs, Stanley En|?l- mann, 1610 Park, daughter, Dec. 2«. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Juhnke, Austin Rt. 5, daughter, Dec. 26. OUTSIDE .OF AUSTIN Mr. and Mrs. Norman Durbffl, Riceville, towa, son, Dec, J5, at Memorial Hospital, Osage, low*. Morriogt Licenses CUffbrd G. Bailey, Austin Rt. 1. and Patricia J. Luthe, Lansing. D&thj FRANK L. BAGLEY Frank L. Bagley, 83, died Wednesday afternoon at St. Olaf Hospital. Be raided at 3M Vine and is surrfvrt by a am, Elmer Bagley, Austin; four daughters, Mrs. Charles Peterson (Cora), Blooming Prairie; Mrs. Archie Miller (At bertha), West Affis. Wis.; Mrs. Edna Wikoren, RocVford, I1L, and Mrs. Hazal Thompson, Oendale, Arix. Funeral services wiE b« held Saturday afternoon. MES. REGA GEHLOFF Mrs. Beta it. Gebbtf, 73» died Wednesday afternoon at St Oiaf Hospital. A resident of Waftaam. abe is survived by tw» sons* Christ and Max Gehloff, WafthuB, and a daughter, Mrs. Laurel CMarie) Day, Brownsdale.. Funeral servic-. es- wdfl noon. p.m. y Sunday at the Jonfan Mortuary Chapel, the Rev. Edwin Arnold officiating. Interment af OAwoed Cemetery will be private. BAOLSY — Funeral services for Frank L. Bagfey, 90S Vine, win be held at I p.m. Saturday at the Jordan Mortuary Chapel, the Rev. Arthur L. Swenson of iciatlng. Interment will be in Udolpho Cemetery. The family pre tars memorials. GKHLOFF — Funeral services For Mrs. Rega M. Gehloff, Wai- tham, will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Jordan Mortuary Chapel, Robert Hoist officiating. Interment win be in Grand View Memorial Gardens. UNDERWOOD — Funeral services for James A. Underwood, Minneapolis, will be held at 9 a.m. Monday at Queen of Angels Church, Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery. Rosary service wffl be held at 8 p.m. Sunday at the Mayer Funeral Home. Obituaries 1909 Mrs. Arthur Goetsch 1958 Dora Margaret S c h 1 o o, daughter of Henry Schtoo and his wife Anna 'nee Hoist, was born Feb, 8, 1909, in Dexter Township, Mower County. On March 28, 1909, she was re ceived into God's Kingdom of 3race through the Sacrament o: holy baptism, and on April 9, 1922 she renewed her baptismal vow at her confirmation at Trinity Lu theran Church, Dexter Township On Nor. 20, I9», the deceased was united in the holy estate o matrimony with Arthur Goetsch Ihe young couple established their home in Dexter Township, and in be held Saturday after- MBS, THOMAS MCFAHLANE Mrs. Thomas ttcFariane, SU W. Oakland, died Thursday evening at St Olaf Hospital A long - tine Austin resident, Mrs. MeFarlane was an active member of the First Congnga- tional Chorea, the YWCA sad Floral Club. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Gladys MeFarlane Emerson, executive director of the YWCA. Funeral services wfll be held Sunday afternoon. JAMES UNDERWOOD James A. Underwood, 62, died this morning at his home in Minneapolis following a l<xuf fllness. He was a former Austin resident and employe of Ceo. A. Hormel * Co. Sin-riving are his wife, June; two sons, James of Monte. video, Mimv, and Donald of Minneapolis; a daughter, Mrs. George McFarland, Oakland; five brothers, Edgar of Palmdale, Calif, Elmer of Terre Haute, Ind., Oscar, Rkhard and Gerald of Blooming Prairie. Funeral services win be held Monday morning. Funerals DAMMANN — Funeral services for Mrs. Ernest "••vrwm, Elk ton, will be bald at 1 p.m. Satur day at the Worlem Home and a 2 o'clock at Trinity Lutheran Church, east of Austin, the Rev. H. P. Bauer «rffoMin g 1949, moved Brownsdale. to the village o This union was blessed with the gift of four children, two of whom died in infancy. About 6tt years ago her health began to fail, which condition nee essitated quite a number of hospitalizations and operations; on Tuesday, Dec. 9. she was again taken to the hospital, where a 9:50 p.m. she very quietly and peacefully departed from this mor tal life at the age of 48 years, months, 30 days. Her parents pre ceded her in death. The deceased was a very faith ful member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Dexter Township, and since 1948, of Our Savior's Luth eran Church, Brownsdale. Left to survive her passing are her husband, Arthur Goetsch; two children, Muriel of Dundee, 111. and David, a student at Concor dia College, St. Paul; one brother Allen of Dexter Township; two sisters, Mrs. Fay Hansen (Elda Mrs. Henry Studer (Esther), Austin; many other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held Dec 13, at Our Savior's L u t h e r a Church, Brownsdale, with inter ment at Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Dexter Township, the Rev P. L. Friedrich officiating. Card of Thanks My most sincere thanks are ex tended to ail who rendered aid an Tom/ort during the illness and after the death of my beloved bus- PRIHODA — Funeral services for Mrs, Anna Prihoda, Austin Rt. 1, will be held at 1:30 pan. Sat. urday at the First Methodist Church, the Rev. William 4. Campbell officiating. Interment will be in the National Bohemian Cemetery, near Myrtle. Friends may call at the Freebora Funeral Home, Albert Lea, until 11 aon. Saturday and at the church one hour before the service. MCFARLANE - Funeral services for Mrs. Thomas MeFarlane, 3W W. Oakland, will be held at HOSPITAL SANTA .— For the 21 st year. Henry B. Han. son played Santa to, patients in St* Olaf Hospital on Christmas Day. Here he is cheering up Kathy Nelson in Room 182. FRI., DEC. 26, 1958 Page 2 Zavoral, Swine Specialist to Retire After 37 Years Henry G. Zavoral, University of Minnesota extension swine specialist and moderator of the National Barrow Show will retire in January after 37 years on the University staff. Zavoral, one of the first extension specialists on the state staff, often reminded Mower County audiences of his trips to Austin in the days when cars had side curtains and the trip took many hours. In his years on the U n i v e r sity staff, Zavoral has advo c a t e d systems of raising Zavoral swine which are now widely adopted and he was one of the prim* movers in efforts to establish the swine evaluation stations here and at New Ulm, 6 Are Killed on Iowa Highways By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Six persons had been killed on Iowa highways today as the long Christmas holiday period entered its third day. Three victims, Including two small children, met death Thursday and three others died in Christmas eve accidents. Those killed on Christmas day were Donna Jane Grissom, 4 months old, of Ryan; Teresa Lee Dixon, 3, of Marshalltown, and Lyle G. Decker, 34, of Emerson. Victims of Wednesday night accidents were Michael Paul Bruce, where breeding stock is tested. His long-standing reputation as a judge has brought Zavoral hundreds of requests to judge livestock shows. Often he has judged the Mower County Fair and Minnesota Spring Barrow Show in Albert Lea. Other achievements include promotion of frozen food lockers demonstrations of proper butcher ing and meat case and in the past few years, demonstrations on carcass evaluation and meat-type hogs. And he practiced what he preached, with a purebred Duroc herd on his farm near Hutchinson. Zavoral served as Nobles County agent for two years and in 1930 he spent a year in Russia as Am erican adviser on livestock for the Soviet's first five-year-plan. Zavoral has held a professorship at the University since 1952. OLD CABOOSE ON WAY HERE 41, of Red Oak; Clyde * Parisch, BUTTER cratmy, the way whoUtomt butter §HwW Mitt. "too* /< fathers of Queen of Angels, nurs- » of St. Olaf Hospital, Larry Hal- era's Buick-Pontiac, friends, neigh- tots, Dr. Twlggs and Dr. Seery. [ thank you all again. Mrs. Raymond L, Tix I wish to express my sincere banks to all relatives, friends and wighbors for the many flowers, lifts, cards and visits while I was i patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Special thanks to Rev. Schieren- wck, St. Paul's Ladies Aid, the laroters, doctors, nurses, nurses lids and toe Gray Ladies. Also to ie neighbors and friends who had my family for meals and who nought food. It was all greatly appreciated. Mrs. Thomas Zitnak W« wish to take this way to thank the Rachel and Naomi Cir- :tet, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Nelson af Our Saviors Lutheran Church and also a big thanks to Santa and las most generous helpers for making > this a Christmas that will always be close to u*. God Bless each and everyone of you. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Forrester and Boys (n Memoriom la loving memory of Stanley C. m» j 1 Tindal. There is a day of sunny rest, For every dark and troubled night. And grief may hid an evening guest, But joy shall come with morning light. For God hath marked each sorrowing day, And numbered every secret tear And Heaven's long age of bliss shall pay, For all His children suffer here. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tindal and Family Municipol Court Noble H. Roberts, 404 N. River, tunning $ red light, $10. "Drawing room" is t contraction e| "withdrawing room," the original drawing room being a room to withdraw k». Edward Fandell, 35, of Rodman. — Austin Area Servicemen John M. Farrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett W. Farrell, Brownsdale Rt. 1, and Carl T. Harwood, son of Mrs. Olive I. Smith, 907 Collins, graduated from recruit training Dec. 13 at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. The graduation exercises, marking the .end of nine weeks of "boot camp," included a full dress parade and review before military officials and civilian dignitaries. In nine weeks of instruction, the "raw recruit" is developed into a Navy Bluejacket, ready for duty with the fleet. Kiwonions Heor ond Sing Carols Kiwanians listened and then sang at their Wednesday noon luncheon. A group of less familiar Christmas carols were sung by an Austin High School choral group conducted by Wilbur Funk. After this, Funk led the choral group and Kiwanians in carols everyone knows. Abondoned Boby: Mary Christmas CHICAGO (AP) — Mary Christmas is the name given the new bora baby girl found abandoned on a door step of a South Side home Christmas Eve. The infant was named by nurses at Roseland Community Hospital where the baby was reported doing well in an incubator. When found by Mrs. Mary MartLi, it was wrapped in a blanket in a cardboard box. Its temperature was too low to be recorded. The Arctic, or blue, fox is remarkably clean and wholly free from the offensive odors of other foxet. « Hormel Radio Station Gets FCC Go- Ahead A caboose with a cupola and all the old-time trappings is en route to Austin for display a the Mower County Fairgrounds with the locomotive Milwauke 1004. William Quinn, presiden of the Milwaukee Road, told THE HERALD today that ca boose 0774 has been recondi tioned for display. It was buil in Milwaukee in 1910. The sup erstructure is all wood, with steel center sills. It's equipe< with an old pot-bellied stov and kerosene lamps, and has completed an estimated 900.00C miles in freight service. Milwaukee Road officials hen said the old timer probably would arrive Saturday or th> early part of next week. l *^**t^^^^i^'WV^h^hi*t^wS''N'>-'*f^'^>^'V^' > i»»^S*WV^ Dad Out of Work, but Santa Arrives * Christmas spirit wasn't wanting in the northwest section of Austh where Santa Claus paid an un expected call on three youngsters An Austin man had been out o work about six months because of a heart condition and he hud warned his three children t h a Santa wasn't going to stop by this year. Neighbors felt differently abou it, however, and they chipped la to get presents for the kiddies. A perennial Austin Santa was called in and he delivered the packages on Christmas Eve. "You never saw such three surprised youngsters in all your life," Santa told THE HERALD today. King Frederik Suffers Rupture of a Lung COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) —King Frederik of Denmark suffered a rupture of a lung in a violent coughing spell during his Christmas vacation, and was returned here in an ambulance plane today and put to bed. The 59-year-old monarch suf: fered the injury while at his lodge at Trend in northern Jutland. Court announcement said there was no indication of a serious illness. Thief Steals Auto, but Leaves Presents ELY, Minn. (AP) - The Lyle Brennan family's Yuletide spirit suffered a setback but the ending was a happy one. Christmas Eve the family stopped at the home of relatives second radio station wffl be 6fT the air next summer, signaling the end of k thr«fr> •v quest for pertnlatioo. The Federal Communications Commission granted the request George A. (Oeordie) Hormel to perate KQAQ as « 5,000-watt daytime station. "Construction will get under way n the Spring," Hormel said, "and we hope to be on the air in thti summer. Studios, transmitter and ower will be on an 80-acra site near Ramsey." Cost of the project was estimated at $100,000. A daytime directional station [cense has been approved for Hormel. This means the station can operate on -a sunrise-to-sun* et basis with the transmission pattern designed not to interfere with other stations serving south- rn Minnesota. Hormel hopes the FCC will approve a fulltime lie- nse. When first projected, Hormel planned to establish the studios on the Hormel estate, but since hen he has opened the King's Wood Hotel and Restaurants on the property. Prior to the opening if King's Wood, Hormel operated Sephyr Records in Los Angeles Faulty Wiring Is Held Cause of Hotel Fire The Grand Hotel six-hour fire Tuesday was definitely the result of faulty wiring in the 80-year-olc structure, Fire Chief John Tobar said today , % Tobar noted that in the early stages there was dense smoke at the third story level and that periodic "flashes" from the ceiling area indicated faulty wiring. Damage to the building has been estimated at $170,000. Tobar ha: recommended that the main portion of the old building be torn down. The west wing may be allowed to stand. The owner of the building, Forrest Miller, formerly of Austin from Florida, should arrive here the early part of next week, Tc- bar said. 6 Pigs Saved From Flames SPRING VALLEY, Minn. sow and five pigs were sav« from a flaming brooder house on the Clifford Merkel farm, five miles northwest of Spring Valley this morning. Firemen were called about 6 a m. when Merkel awakened by a barking dog, saw the hog house in flames. It was 20 feet from the barn. The 12 x 20-foot building is par tially covered by insurance. Another fire, Wednesday after noon, was put out by jeweler Thor Jorgenson before the trick arrived The fire was upstairs, where the children | had been playing. Jorgenson, home for lunch, call ed the firemen and then put ou the fire single-handed. Sheba Gives Birth to Litter of 4 Kittens ST. PAUL (AP) - Sheba, Como Park Zoo's Siberian tigress, gave birth today to a litter of four fe male kittens. Zoo Director John Fletcher said two of the cubs weighed abou three pounds each, about normal The other two weighed about one pound less and were poorly devel oped. The latter two may not survive, Fletcher said. The kittens were placed in incubators and were fed a formula of evaporated goats' milk, antibiotic and vitamins. The litter was Sheba's third this year. Four cubs were born last February, and three survived. A single cub born last July was sold recently to a Winnipeg, Man., too for $2,000. Fletcher said the latest arrival brought the number of Sheba's offspring to about 20. Nibbing Youth Killed While on Rabbit Hunt HIBBING, Minn. (AP) - An 18- year-old Cooley, Minn, youth was accidentally shot and tiled Christmas day while hunting rabbits and target shooting near Cooley. The victim was Carl H. Carlson Jr. Carlson had leaned his .22 caliber rifle against a tree. As he attempted to pick up the gun it discharged. The bullet struck him in the head. He was dead on arrival at a Hibbing hospital. Carlson was hunting with William Wirtinen, 14, also of Cooley. POLICE PARTY —Austin pqliwman for the second year gave a party for school patrol boys and girls for safety work throughout the year. The youngsters had free movies at the Sterling Theater along with treats. Shown with Patrolman Victor Bauer, president of th« Austin Police Benefit Assn., are (left) Paul Mor- elm, 703 N. Seventh. Sumner; and Dennis Dahlback, 1915 E. Oakland, Neveln. Face DEPUTY PICKS Felony Counts up ANOTHER Four men were brought back to Austin from Iowa Wednesday by sheriff's deputies with three of them today charged with swindling and the fourth charged with abandonment. Waiving preliminary hearing in Municipal Court were: Ernest Gene Iverson, 22, 705 Elm; Robert H. Krantz, 20, Graham, Tex., and Paul Peters, no permanent address. Judge Kenneth K. McMillan ordered $1,000 bond and all were bound over to District Court on the felony counts. Hugh Littlefield, Des Moines, formerly of Grand Meadow, requested a preliminary hearing on abandonment, which was set for 9 a.m. Wednesday. Iverson and Krantz were returned from Osceola, Iowa, in connection with no-account check writing in the amount of $200 in the Austin area while Peters was returned from Rock Rapids, Iowa, for writing $150 • 200 of no-account checks in the Austin area. Krantz who had a $5 balanace due on a speeding count in Austin last July could not furnish the money and must serve five days in jail. Littlefield Wednesday was picked up at Osage, Iowa, and he waived extradition on the felony count of abandonment. 6 Youths Hurt as Car Upsets on Mono Curve LYLE, Minn. — A car carrying six Osage youths skided out of control and overturned on the Mona curve on Highway 218, one- half mile south of Lyle about 12:30 a.m. today. Three of the six occupants were taken to Memorial Hospital, Osage. Injured were Russell Hartwig, owner of the car, foot injury and toe amputation; Keith Simpson, back; Sandra Canny, mouth. Also in the car were Norman Edward Troge, 21, the driver, Mary Webber and Dean Simpson. All are in their early 20s. Sheriff Harry Horn said Troge lost control on the icy highway. The car clipped a telephone pole and guard post before coming to rest. Spring Valley Club Hears Rev. Schneider SPRING VALLEY, Minn. The sinking of the ocean liner Titanic and the birth of Christ were compared by the Rev. David Schneider, Grace EUB Church pastor, at the Spring Valley Kiwanis meeting. He said the sinking of the Titanic should be called the "night of horror" and the Christ's birth "the night to remember." "A Night to Remember" is the story of the sinking. Kiwanis and Shrine members distributed food baskets to 19 families at Christmas. Grace Baptist Choir to Present Cantata "Night of Miracles," a Christmas cantata written and arranged by John W. Peterson, will be presented by the Grace Baptist Church Choir. Jerry Learned will direct the cantata at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. The presentation is open to the public, the Rev. Earl Brown, pastor, said. Deputy Sheriff C. H. Halstenson delivering two prisoners from Iowa Wednesday got an unexpected third prisoner, but not until after a real scare op the highway. Halstenson was heading back to Austin when a car swerved right for him. Quick swerving himself, Halstenson managed to elude the offending car which landed in the ditch with the driver falling out and unable to get up — not from injuries but from imbibing I Halstenson dropped him off ito deliver gifts. While they were Firemen Get Coll to Bridge Structure in the home someone stole their car loaded with other Christmas presents. Christmas night the Brennan car was found in a ditch along the Echo Trail, about two miles free!north of Ely. j The I car. presents were still in the Firemen had one call at 3:20 p.m. Christmas Day when a worker at the bridge building at the Belt Line, Highway 218-N, mis took a can of gasoline for fuel oil. He was not injured and only minor damage was reported. at the next town, where he was charged with drunken driving. He told Halstenson that he felt sure they were going to clash and thanked the deputy for his skillful driving. 5 Charged in Terp Drinking Five Osage, Iowa, youths, three boys and two g ir 1 s, have been charged in connection with Christmas Day drinking at the Terp Ballroom. A total of 12 youths have been apprehended in the past two weeks under a crackdown on juvenile drinking in Austin by police in cooperation with Phil Golberg, Terp operator. Charged by police with consuming intoxicating liquor in a dance hall during a dance were Robert J. Power, 20, Gloria M. Ingebritson, 18; Karen K. Kindschuh, 18, and Gary I. Bourchardt, 19. Harold A. Thompson, 19, was charged with being drunk. The four on the consuming charge posted $25 bail while Thompson posted $10 on the drunk charge. Driver Tagged in $500 Crash One Christmas day collision was reported to police with the driver tagged for running a stop sign. Damage of $200 was done to the car of John J. Kelly, Austin Rt. 3, and $300 to the car of Howard J. Stevens, Blooming Prarie, in the 5:40 p.m. accident at Bridge and Franklin. Stevens was tagged. John J. Dieser, 613 Monroe, told police his car was damaged $20 in a hit-run collision at 12:20 p.m. Wednesday at the North Main street parking lot. Clarence H. Madison, 108 S. River, suffered bruises and a torn jacket when he was hit while crossing the street at Water and Main about 2:45 p.m. Wednesday. He told police the driver did not stop. A collision at 8:40 p.m. Wednesday at Maple and St. Paul caused $75 damage to the car of Kenneth K. Kelly, 1411 Ellis, and $50 damage to the car of Larry Wade Vaughn, Maple view. TB Patients Get Christmas Cash Gifts SPRING VALLEY, Minn. Friends of two Spring Valley tuberculosis patients gave them money gilts this Christmas. j They made a money tree for! Mrs. Ralph Bender, home from { the Cannon Falls sanatorium and gave a purse of money to Roy Nelson, a patient at the Minneapolis Veterans Hospital. Nelson's daughter, Julie, has been ill for two months, but no diagnosis of TB: has been made in her case. Adams Couple Hurt in Crash RICEVILLE, Iowa - A Christmas Day trip ended in the hospital ,for an elderly Adams couple, involved in a mishap between Riceville and Osage. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Goergen who were going to Elma, Iowa, were injured in a collision between their car and one driven by James Greeley, 18, Riceville, four miles west of RlceviUe.-al the intersection of a rural road and Highway 9. Goergen, 81, suffered a slight head concussion and was taken to Memorial Hospital, Osage, where he remained over night. Mrs. Goergen suffered shock and Greeley suffered a knee injury, but neither required hospitalization. The Mitchell County sheriff's office said Goergen was southbound, crossing Highway 9 and Greeley was westbound on the highways. The cars collided in the south lane of the highway. Both vehicles are a total loss, the sheriff said. The investigation has not been completed, but indications are charges may be filed. Home-Lighting Judges Go to Work Tonight Entrants in the Austin Jayce* Christmas Lighting Contest are asked to keep their decorations illuminated during judging tonight from 6:45 to 10:90. Bob Thomas, contest chairman said 35 home owners have entera the contest co-sponsored with the Austin Chamber of Commerce. Robert Morrison, winner of last year's contest, isn't entered this year Judges who will rate the decor ations on a point card are Mayor Baldy Hansen, Edmund E. Smith Don Jones, Miss Mabel Olson and Mrs. Jack Strong. Black and white photographs and colored slides of the winning houses will be entered hi state competition and the outstanding state Winners are entered in na tional competition, Thomas said Faith EUB Youths to Attend Conference The Rev. Gordon Wendland pastor, Faith EUB Church, and 10 youths of the church, will at tend the llth annual winter fellow ship of Youth of Minnesota EUB Conference, at Faith Church, St Paul, Monday. Conference theme is "God's Pla. for You." Leaders will be the Rev Kenneth Krueger, Sheboygan Wis., and Robert Koth, denorai national youth associate, LeMars Iowa. Auditor Lists '58 Mill Rates in Townships Mill rates tot Mover County townships wire announced thil morning by Mower County Audi* tor Graham Utlik to complet* the computation of rates for 1958 tax* M payable in 1959. lft earlier this month released the, mill rates tor the City of Austin and the 11 villages. All rates except those for Austin Township are with agricultural exemption*. Taypayers not .entitled to the 25-mill agricultural ex* emption on school maintenance should add 2^-milU to this figure to arrive at their mill rate. Rates for the township according to the school district residents are part of follow: ADAMS Dist. 491, Adams, 164.87. Dist. 498, Rose Creek, 150.24. Dist. 1236, 110.41. Dist. 1240, 110.84. AUSTIN Dist. 492, Austin, 183.04. Dist. 887, Tjyle 187.62. Dist. 498, 138.59. Dist. 1237, 141.83. Dist. 1239, 138.82. BENNINOTON Dist. 498, Gr. Meadow, 177.75. Dist. 499, LeRoy, 158.51. CLAYTON Dist. 491, 166.90. Dist. 494, Elkton, 172. Dist. 496, 168.83. Dist. 499, 149.59. DEXTER Dist. 493, Brownsdale, 168,57. Dist. 494, Elkton, 171.54. Dist. 1238, 180.44. Dist. 1241, 143.85. FRANKFORD Dist. 498, 169.07. Dist. 499, 149.83. Dist. 237, Spring Valley, 175.61. GRAND MEADOW Dist. 494, 168.31. Dist. 495, 168.14. Dist. 1241, 140.32. Dist. 1245, 145.85. LANSING Dist. 756, Bl. Prairie, 151.46. Dist. 492, 173.71. Dist. 1244, 98.77. Dist. 1246, 136.04. Dist. 543, Stewartville, 119.52. LE ROY Dist. 499, 150.03. LODI Dist. 491, 165.65. Dist. 499, 148.34. Dist. 1242, 122.20. Dist. 1243, 157.06. LYLE Dist. 492, 184.90. Dist. 497, 181.84. Dist. 1237, 158.75. MARSHALL Dist. 491, 168.83. Dist. 494, 173.93. Dist. 498, 154.20. NEVADA Dist. 491, 164.60. Dist. 497, 179. Dist. 498, 149.97. PLEASANT VALLEY Dist. 203, Hayfield, 149.38. Dist. 495, 168.68. Dist. 534, Stewartville, 162,68. RACINE Dist. 495, 168.62. Dist. 237, 142.52. Dist. 534, 162.62. RED ROCK Dist. 492, 176.20. Dist. 493, 160.87. Dist. 498, 144,11. Dist. 1238, 142.74. Dist. 1244, 104.28. SARGEANT Dist. 493, 167.63. Dist. 494, 170.60. Dist. 203, 148.13. UDOLPHO Dist. 492, 175,86. Dist. 756, 156.63. WALTIIAM Dist. 493, 165.34. Dist. 203, 145.84. Dist. 756, 161.44. WINDOM Dist. 492, 181.70. Dist. 493, 166.37. Dist. 498, 149.61. SPECIAL SERVICE Knights Templar held their traditional Christmas morning ceremony at Masonic Hall. Ruben Thompson, eminent commander, was in charge. AdvertUemenl AdvertUwnent BOfl MOM THAN JUST "SHBINK" Mil TISSUMI No Surgery Needed To Stop Pain Of Swollen Pile Tissues While They Heal I To atop nagging discomfort of swollen piles in minutes, thousands use Stainltsi Pazo®. Not only reduces .Uisue (welling but etops pain at once, promotes healing of inflamed tissues too—all without surgeryl Preparations that just act to "shrink" piles can't offer complete symptomatic relief. For real comfort, ffttt, you used this more complete meditation. In doctor»k,w»U, patients had immodlatt rtUcf. That'* because Stainlett Paso combines the moat effective Ingredients known for piles. Thus works 3 ways at once: (1) stops pain, itching In minutes; (3) shrinks tissue swelling, congestion; (3) promotes healiag of raw tissue*. You get Immediate new comfort while Nature's own healing magic goes to work! Don't suffer needlessly. O«t Stainleis Puzo Suppositories or Ointment at druggists. Get relief without surgery or money back! ANNOUNCEMENT for the t Hard of Hearing Mr. E. M, McDermaid ^Special Qualtone Field Consultant and a man reef/Cognized nationally for outstanding work with the Hard of Hearing will hold a special ONE DAY CLINIC SATURDAY - DECEMBER 11 Mr. McDermaid ts a Hearing Specialist who will give your hearing problem careful, sympathetic attention. PHONE Hf 3-7195 FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT! Austin Hearing Center 404'i A. North Main Above Tht Beetery

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