The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 30, 1958 · Page 11
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Austin, 'City of Champions,' Points to 6 State Titles as 1958 Closes , If TOM tOfiCK Austin, whkh mot* often than not hat been centered in the sports spotlight, can lay claim to the lion's shire of state titles during 1988. Thtt bustling community, steeped In trsdltioflkl athletic pride, dominated_ headlines with no leu than sit state titles during Minnesota's Centennial year. Probably the one achievement that outshone all others was the two high school basketball championships, public and parochial. Never before has one city other than metropolitan Minneapolis made such a claim. First Austin, Pacelli, closing the regular season with a 19-2 record, whipped through the Region Five tourney with victories over Fart- bault Bethlehem Academy and Rochester Lourdes to gain the state Catholic playoffs for the first time since 1950. Right Through Opposition Marty Crowe's Shamrocks eliminated Marshall Catholic, 38-25, in the first round; spilled favored St. Paul Cretin, 60-49, and then edged Winona Cotter 44-43 In the thrill-jammed championship game. Four members of the Pacelli team were selected for the All- Tournament team headed by Orris Jirele, who was also tomed the tournament's "most valuable player." , The others were Leon Zender, Larry Seheid and Steve Idckteig. Then came the colorful public school cage spectacle, played at Williams Arena. Enthusiasm again hit fever pitch after Coach Ove Berven'a Austin Packers won the right to represent Region One in the state classic. Celebrating its 20th visit to the state meet since 1913, Berven's quint, which, posted a 13-3 record during the regular campaign, edged Cloquet, 53-51, in the first round, had another close call to beat Willmar, 61-60, and won the title, the third for an Austin team, by defeating Brainerd, 6843. 3 Make All-State Three Austin players were nam ed to the. All-State Tournament team, Roger Voss, Tom Kezar and Manly Osborn. For Berven, his 19th year of coaching the Packers, it gave a record of 298 victories against only 95 setbacks. It was also the llth time he guided Austin to the state me^ and in that span picked off his first title in 1946. His 1955 team finished in second place and in 1954 was third. In baseball, the Austin Packers, managed by Emil Seheid, ignored overwhelming odds to pick off the Class A title in the state tourna ment at New Ulm. Fpllowing a successful bid for the Southern Minnesota League playoff title to reach the state, the Packers lost their first game of the double elimination affair to tee Minneapolis Cozys, 5-4, but ishing second. rallied to win five straight games for the championship. They climaxed the uphill climb undefeated football season foi by eliminating a strong Little Coach Art Has' Austin eleven. This team won eight straigh —rf wuM*M4«*v***£ B avtvrug .U J. b b 1 C Falls team by identical 7-6 margins in two extra-inning games Sept. 15. Wins Mythical Crown crown. Pipestone had beaten North wood 5-) for the class B laurels CAGE TITLISTS — The Austin High School basketball team won the state title in March at Williams Arena to give Austin two prep champions. Earlier, the Pacelli Shamrocks won the state Catholic crown. Pictured above, t?ack row, left to right: Tom Kezar, Tom Ber- AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Tuesday, Dec. 30, 1958 the Gov. Orvill* Freeman trophy as outstanding player of the state meet. Austin was represented in the Class B division of the baseball tournament by tbe Austin Blues and along with Little Falls was the only city in the state to have two teams in action. The' Blues were eliminated in the second round. Another state title was won by the Austin Moose Lodge Softball team, which copped the Class AA championship at Cloquet, after win ning the Austin City League title. They lost the playoff with the Cloquet Wood Coversion Co. team Class A winner, to compete in the World's Softball Tournament at the Minneapolis Parade Grounds The Austin Girls swim team, coached by Dick and Bob Thatcher, won the state AAU title at the Austin outdoor pool. Crack 9 State Records Mary McEnaney, Patty Thatch er and Nancy Beottcher were big winners as nine state .records were cracked by the mermaids The Austin girls finished with 212% points to cop the title, follower by Minneapolis Ascension anc Hopkins. The boys' and men's crown was won by Hopkins, with Austin fin ven, John Dean, Jerry Goodwin, Roger Voss, Jim Miller, Byran Baudler and Jerry Petersen. Front row: manager Bob Carlson, Clayton Reed, Mike Marineau, Rog- Booher, Manly Osborn and manager Doug Wright. This ride in the spotlight by Austin teams was capped by an games to cop the coveted Big Nine Conference champions hi] and earned the distinction of be- Then the Austin team downed ing named the No. 1 team in the Class B titlist PipesWne, 5-2, for St. Paul Pioneer Press prep rat the over-all or "mythical" state ings. In a lesser degree, but no less significant, Austin placed teams in Austin won the first annual the state high school and Junior game between Class A champions American Legion baseball tourna of Minnesota and Wisconsin when ments. Both teams were coachec the Packers exploded power hit- by Dick Seltz. ting for a 17-2 victory over Pres- If the title, "Minnesota Sports *>&• Capital for 1958" was awarded Hero of the brilliant drive was this city of champions would bi righthander Jim Lawler, who won first In line. Only an Informed People Can Be a Free People K'T'HE PRINCIPLE of th« Legal Notice J. is based in the right of every citizen to be given notice when his life, his property, or his civil rights are involved in legislative, judicial, or other official action; and that he has the right to know in what manner tbe funds he has contributed in taxes have been expended by those he elects to office."-Arthur D. Jenkins, Illinois. The Newspapers of Minnesota are ever mindful of our role and responsibility as "the middlemen" between Government and Governed. We salute the Framers ot the Constitution and the Makers of the Laws of our State for saf e- guarding the right of our people to know. We sure grateful to Public Servants at all levels of Government for continuing compliance with statutory provisions for public accounting of their stewardship, of our Readers for which has helped to ly well-managed and scandal- this „ keep ours a __. fa* government CHAMPIONS—-The Austin Girls-swimming team, pictured above, won the state AAU title this past summer at tha Austin Municipal pool. BOWLING AUSTIN BOWL CITY LEAGUE FantlM 697 831 7S6—2314 Au»Un Cab ,...803 784 746—2333 Radio Eleotrlo ......ftU 659 754—2055 Moose No. 4 714 886 674—2074 MOOM No. 5 123751774—2247 Carr Plumbing 750 814 793—2357 Kates — AlUtln ....762 752 809—2323 Red Owl 688 823 694—2205 Brownsdale Boosters 649 735 688—2072 Moose No. 3 552 611722—1885 Stevensona 637 649 673—1959 Railway Cafe 646 632 635—1913 Konz Bar 661675723—2059 AUBtln BOWl 690721711—2122 Marvin's 659 <fea 729—2046 Wheeler Coal 695 806 871—317" PROGRESSIVE LEAGUE Donna Lynn 731719726—2176 Women of Moose 1 668 623 744—2045 Leftys Bar 790 803 795—2388 Ankeny 687 681 657—2030 Millers High Utt ....730 803 859—2392 Nate's ...788854806—2448 Terp Ballroom 659 626 644—1929 Hagen's 682680759—2121 Moose No. 3 ...,.,...642 737 726—2105 QUdners 596633704—1937 Comb* Rusco 649735701—2085 Turf Bar 601 651 669—1921 First 'National Bank 489 549 631—1669 Harry's Cafe ........560 614 63L T 1805 Coca Cola 662747788—2107 Ashley Dlst. Co 717 711 755—2183 NIGHT HAWK LEAGUE Oak Drill 886 901 830—2617 M and 8 Shell ...,7ft! 891 758—2443 Log Cabin 703745743—3191 CookyVITavern ....742733823—2288 Austtri Uquor 755756777—2288 Paramount Liquors 678 660 636—1974 Lars Standard ....762 744 890—JM8 Zeo Ban 848831837—2516 O Se H Sporting ... .741 767 744—2252 Nates 800740816—2365 Tbomsen Cleaners ..673 820738-4231 Klnsmans 777691730—3198 Derby Bar 754 7« 7.13—3123 Trimbles Shell Serv 648 923 701—2272 Austin BOWl 773 838 832—2443 Hamm's 805783818—2406 Bowling's Top Five WOMEN'S CITY LEAGUE J. Jorgenson , 587 !. Schleusner 544 J. Johnson 5:0 H, Hoffman 523 B. Bame 519 PROGRESSIVE LEAGUE L. Ldllegaard 595 L. Walburn 548 R. K06 .546 _. Cheslu '.....'.'.V.'.'.'.&l S. Jarvis 511 NIGHT HAWK LEAGUE Kellogg «...635 Dormady 581 .. Johnson 581 O. Jacobson KO L. SmlUi ., 543 HURRICANE Miami (Fla.) 94. Tulane 72 Miami (Ohio 75. New York Univ. 55 NAIA CONSOLATION HauUine 7-). Illinois Wesleyan 63 MIAC TOUKNEY St. Cloud state 74. Macalester 55 St. Tho.TEus 66. Eau Claire State 55 HURON S. O. INVITATIONAL Duluth Branch 76, Huron 74 Lincoln (Mo) 71. Augu&tana (SO) 58 PAUL BUNYON TOURNEY Luther (Iowa) 83. Concordla 73 Bemidjl state 65. St. Ola I 60 TALL CORN TOURNEY . Iowa Teachers 85, Oustavus Adol- ?hus 78 Wsrtburg 71. Northern Illinois 63 BIG BIGHT Semifinals Kansas State 73. Oklahoma » Colordao 54. Nebraska 50 Consolation Semifinal Iowa State 72. Missouri 70 (ot) Oklahoma State 54, Sansa* 48 ALL WARM WELCOME — Mayor Baldy Hansen of Austin welcomes home Pacelli basketball coach Marty Crowe, right, following the Shamrocks' successful bid for the state Catholic basketball title. lower Float in Good Spot for Viewers DES MOINES (ffi — Millions of television viewers from coast to coast are promised a good look at Iowa's spectacular state float in tbe annual Tournament of Roses Parade at Pasadena, Calif., Thursday. Tbe Iowa Development Commission, which is in charge of the float, said Tuesday the state's entry will be No. 45 in the parade, *v*« t WMW *T*« Cfff WMTtfcl CM USUJ f Maple Island, observed theft Mth wedding annlverssty. t .Charles M, Deasy, Clarence 8. Knutson and Melvin C. Shradef exhibited etter carriers' service stats representing no years of delivering the mail in Austin. . .Roger Svejko- vskl was re-elected president of the Austin Pilots Club. . .Robert Flynn was elected senior warden of Christ Episcopal Church. . . Marie Marcheglane, student from Italy, told Rotarians the husbands made the important decisions in her country. . . Jayne Gannon was chosen Miss Austin 1958. . . Parewell dinner honored veter'an Game Warden Emil Schaffer at ledar Valley Conservation Club . .Robert Overson took over as superintendent of Lyle Public Schools. . .The Lester B. Hills were off to Port au Prince, Hal. on a Caribbean cruise. . . Cliff Berthuaume received a plaque for meritorious service as president of the YWCA. . .William Howley.was elected a vice president of the Minnesota Development Corp. . . .Ken Soderberg was honored as Junior Chamber of Commerce Young Man of the Year and James Nelson was named outstanding Young Farmer. Montreal Ace Stays on Top MONTREAL (AP) - If Bernle (Boom Boom) Geoffrion, Montrea Canadiens' burly rightwinger, can keep up his present scoring pace he will be bidding for a couple 01 National Hockey League records at tbe end of the season. The league's official statistics released today, show the Boomer comfortably on top of the scoring parade with 48 .points. He has scored 19 goals and collected 29 assists with the season one-game which will be televised by NBC short of the midway mark. Ohio Ualv. 77. Middle Tennessee State 00 PWJtt 8t«tc 90, Kentucky and ABC networks. Two years ago, when the State University of Iowa first played in the Rose Bowl football game, the official state float was No. 75 in ;he line of march. There were complaints that the picture and description of the float were cut off by a commercial as tbe Iowa float passed the TV cameras. The commission said it has been assured there will be no chance of the Iowa float being neglected this time. Television coverage of the parade is scheduled to start with a preview at 10:30 a.m., with the parade starting at 11 ajn. It was estimated that the Iowa float will be before the cameras about 11:35 or 11:45 a.m. Other units from Iowa in the parade will be the State University of Iowa Scottish Highlanders, in 10th place; the SUI-Big 10 float, llth; and the university band which will follow tbe float. The great Notre Dame football coach, Knute Rockne. was killed in § plane crach near Bazaar, Kans., Max. 31, 1931. Geoffrion needs 96 points to set one record and 57 assists to sel another. The record for points is 95, made by Gordie Howe of the Detroit Red Wings in the 1952-53 season. The assists record for People Make News Here in 1958 Mr. JANUARY and Mri, Calvin Arthur-, call to • new Disciples of Christ parish to be organised in Country :lub Rills in the Chicago area.. , William fi. Engdall, torpedoman a-c made a trip around the world Gemmel ended 24 years on Austin Town Board. . ,49th birthday party given for the Rev. William J. Campbell at Methodist Church, SUZBANNE WILLIAMS FEBRUARY C a p t. Ray Locher started his 23rd year on the Austin police force. . .Bonnie Miller, Austin High School junior, was namec to McCall's Magazine teen fash ion board. . .Miss Austin, 1958 (Jayne Gannon) won the talenl award in the Miss Centennial Mur nesota Pageant. , . Sheldon Vance formerly of Austin, now first sec retary to the U. S. embassy in Brussels, wrote about his four weeks' tour in the Belgian Con go. . .Mrs. F. L. Young and Mrs Harold Butler received pins for 15 and 18 years, respectively, of service in the Girl Scouts. . .Miss Dorothy Cummings, who has taught approximately 2,500 kinder gartenders and second graders at Sumner School, was made a life member of the Sumner and State PTAs. . .Beverly Walterman wai named sno-queen at Austin Jun ior College. . .Ray J. Emmerich was elected president of the Min nesota State Chamber of Com merce Executives Assn. . .On Hi 74th birthday, Ben Kautz bowled a 638. . .Mrs. Ada Collar observ ed her 101st birthday at the Bres nahan Nursing Home. . . .The new Austin Concert Series member ship drive was headed by the Rev. Robert Duel. MARCH Darlene Holland named Grand Meadow American Legion dele gate to Girls State. . .Thomas Young took over as manager of Kaus-Kmmt . . . Mrs. James In- Iocs elected president of Y's Men- JULY Larry .JUfrMH, 18, Wilted tours at the police station to ob- aln th« first bicycle license. , , A Swedish boy, Kjell Eriksson, was selected as exchange student to Austin High School. . .Jamel W. Hayden Jr. was the first Mdw* er County man in two years to qualify for U. S. Air Force tmviga- ion cadet training. , .Darryl Kirkwood, U. S. Navy, participated in the amphibious landing of served their Golden Wedding. , . comtnande/ of American Legion 1,«X> Marines at Beirut beach. . . The Ret. -Wendell Pew accepted a Post 91. . .Westminster Presby- William Smith, 1509 Clark, com. -.u »A . „.-. ni».i«i.j. >.» /H.-J.4 , rian church, appointed the Rev. " Uf<u1 * R **" M " *"* «""*•* John Mark Irik In submarine Gudgeon. . Albert Fair at Flint, Mich., . . .An Aus- n native, C. E. Crippen, was amed assistant to the president f the Milwaukee Road. . .Golden r ._, . . weddings were celebrated by, Mr. Donald Holden appointed assistant and Mrs. J, G. Meyer, 1401 E. principal of Central Junior High Oakland, and Mr. and Mrs. C. S. .No one had matched the re- Holdgrafer, 614 Lincoln. . .Fred- cord of Mrs. Robert Kammerer, Rev. Duel Fenton JAMES MALLOY ettes . . .MM-3 James Van Doren . _ ~ *,•**.» « , «4.1**I*-W W<*«1IV>? ¥ Oil J^\S4 C*» season u 56. It was made by Bert was aboard nuclear-powered sub- Olmstead, now with the Toronto Maple Leafs, when with the Cana- diens in the 1955-56 season. The Boomer last week scored 1 marine Skate, which docked in England. . .Eldon Larson elected commander Chapter 27 Disabled, American Veterans. . .Mrs. Edna goal and helped on 5 others to 'Brandt appointed clerk of the widen his margin over Andy Bath- i Municipal Court. . .The Rev. C. gate of the New York Rangers. Gordon Beale accepted a call to Bathgate scored 1 goal and lj Second Congregational Church, assist, giving him a 20-21 count Greenwich, Conn., . . .Mr. and for 41 points, 7 behind Geoffrion. | Mrs. Pavid Rand,' 407 Slavin, ob New Year's Eve *LOO Applied lo Fool Only Minimum Charge Per Person Bauer and Mitzi Meyer. . .A seven pound, eight ounce walleye caught at Leach Lake the previous summer brought a prize to Dana Lillie, 14. . .Using her mother's recipe, Mrs. Sam Blockhus, Blooming Prairie, won the state butter cookie contest. . .George C. Condo, oldest charter member of Grace Lutheran Church, turned a shovelful of dirt for the new church on Lincoln Parkway. . James Wegner's oils were ac cepted for showing at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. . .An Austin High School teacher, Norbert Nelson, received a National Science Foundation grant for advanced study at Oregon State College. . .The new county home agent was Carol Pinney. . .Honored by the Eagles Lodge for civic service were Ken Soderberg and Robert Leighton. . Fred Fenton, "Centennial King" of 1956, turned 90. . .The contest to name the new music organization was won by Mrs. Wilbur Funk with her entry, "Austin Artist Series,". . VFW auxiliary elected Mrs. Norbert Narveson president. . .Mr and Mrs. Carroll Hovland were commissioned to the mission fielt in Korea. MAY City officials gave a party for George Dugan, who retired after 10 years on the Council. . .Joseph H. Malloy was the first customer at the Sterling State Bank. . Dr. Robert Bloomberg acceptec the psychological post at the new Mower County Mental Health Clinic. .-.With a score of 100, Adolph C. Sanderson, LeRoy, won the state Spring buttermaking contest. . .Mrs. William Sayles was elected president of the Cotillion Club. . .Ray Waters became DON'T TAKE A HOLIDAY FROM SAFE DRIVING! The holiday* ar« here, 10 live to enjoy them. Heavier traffic and holiday hilarity ueani more death*! Driv« fafely yourtelf. Insiet on itrict law enforcement tot your protection. BACK JHI ATTACK ONTRAfHCACCIDINTS Published u I public iervic» In coopintlon with Th* Advtrtlilni Council •avid Kachel as director of Christan education. . .Jane Earl, Ausa High School student, won four- place at the National Science rick Knudsen, 15, was present- 1503 Johnson, In baking an av- ed with the Pro Deo Et Patri, high erage of 200 pizza pies a week. .. It was Golden Wedding month for Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Edwards, 1407 West Allegheney. . .Spam Post, American Legion, honored Mrs. Alfred Norton for her sky watch.. Irwin Scullln, former Aus- Unite, was named to the national staff, Boy Scouts of America, with headquarters at Philadelphia. . .Leslie Lieske, St. John's Day School, and Joane Staples, Brownsdale School, won in the county spelling contest. . .Jaycees picked Roger Larson of THE HERALD advertising staff as their Man of the Year. . .Mis Mabel Olson was elected president of Zonta. . .Elected VFW Commander was Cliff Salisbury. . .Jim Brown, 710 Jackson, shot a black bear and captured two of her cubs while hunting near Canada. APRIL After serving St. Olaf Church for 10 years as director of Christian education, Miss Edith Thompson accepted a position in Seattle . . .Lawrence Dewey was elected president of City Employes Credit Union and vice president of the Southern Chapter of Credit Unions. . .Eldon Larson was installed commander of DAV. . .Mrs. William B. Henderson resigned af ter 31 years' service as Taopi post mistress. . .A 50-year pastorate BEN KAUTZ was closed in Hayfield by the Lu- . „ theran pastor, the Rev. E W est Boy Soolrt ^*w«d conferred Weeks. . Jerry Nangle was a- by "" Luther «« church. . .Zonta mong 50 persons snowbound at nftmed M its woman of the year Donner Summit Lodge. . Off to Mrs * Mae Duff y> P° Uce matron Hawaii for three weeks were Pat wh ° later m the ycar rctir «l- • Keith McFarland, former Austin boy, now with the Institute of Ag riculture, University of Minneso- a, wast the high school gradua ion speaker at Elkton and Hay ield. . .the Rev. Carl Brown irought back a 13^-pound north era from Upper Red Lake. JUNE Mrs. Cecille Neville, Lafayette Ind., was engaged as the firs woman ever to judge a Nationa Jarrow Show, and showed up here or the job in September. . .Mis. Alyina Busch, Red Wing, was ap winted chief operator for th Northwestern Bell Tlephone Co received tuition scholarships to th Yale University Law School. . deceiving promotions at Geo. A Hormel & Co. were H. C. Busch ' the state Elks conven ion. . .The Rev. Samuel R. Jud his first „ 45 year? as dock or the Milwaukee Road In Austin .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cordon, E. Bridge, noted their Gold- . en Wedding anniversary. . .After ' three years as school superintendent at Elkton, V. L. Ellingson resigned to take a similar post at Sacred Heart. . .Participating In the Miss Iowa Pageant at Clear Lake as "Miss Decorah" was Miss Marilyn Ulven of Austin. . .Dr. L. H. Pint and M. J. Schleuder were elected directors of the First National Bank. . .H. B. Sathre, Adams, was named to the Mower County Farmers Home Administration Committee. AUGUST Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Alderson went to Brazil by auto and airplane as First Baptist Church delegates to the International Council of Christian Churches. . . Completing 10 years as pastor o! Westminster Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Lyndon Schendel announced he had accepted a call to First Presbyterian Church, White Bear Lake. . .Dr. L. W. Stevens retired from Geo. A. Hormel & Co. . .Tense hours in Beirut, where he was vacationing, were described by Donald Read, Austin High School social studies instructor. . .Mrs. Geraldine Rasmussen was named Woman of Achievement by the Minnesota Press Women. . .Ed Zlemer, Waltham, was named cow supershowman at the 4-H dairy show at the Mower County Fair. . .Golden weddings: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lechman, 807 Hope; Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Grinde, 2010 Bryan. . .Dr. 0. H. Hegge resigned from the board of. Austin State Bank. . .Dave Lyle, Oakland, was named champion beef showman at the Freeborn County Fair. . .With 100,000 pedestrian miles and 33 years of service to his credit, Pat Shrader made his last trip as Austin city letter carrier. SEPTEMBER Edward Folen and Ira Smith, Geo. A. Hormel & Co. employes, were presented with gold service emblems for 50 years in the meat industry. . .Austin Automobile Assn. re-elected W. P. Bennett president. . .Miss Marion Knutson and Miss Marian Johnson were named education directors at St. Olaf Church. . .John Schottler, Enterprise 4-H Club won a trip to the 4-H Dairy Conference in Chicago . . .Dr. Clinton A. Clauson, onetime Lyle resident, was nominated for governor of Maine, . .Dr. C. G. Gillam was among the practitioners honored by the Southeastern District Dental Society for long-time service. . .Webb Thomp- j. . • » lUJJg-kllllC aci VJtC. . .YTCUU XlJUlup- succeeding Miss Bertha Rockne son accepted the position of dis- . .Chosen among 1,000 Ameri can young people to attend for eign camps under auspices of thi World Council of Churches wa Miss Margaret Evans. . .Befor returning to Italy, Maria Marchegi ani, foreign exchange student in Austin, said, "More than any .hing else here, I miss the old.' „ sa . nii . auu „„„. _„ 0< .Lenny and Larry Addington Knutson, Adams; Mr. and Mrs. trict commissioner for the Spam- land Boy Scout district. . .Mrs. M. H. Michie was elected president of the Congregational Women's Fellowship. . .William J. Nierengarten addressed the national convention of the Exchange Clubs in Los Angeles. . .Golden weddings: Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. W. H. Pike Sr., Brownsdale. OCTOBER Ole Olson retired as engineer at AmnM Q™. » j j o \: , , ----- ' uie uison retired as engineer at Arnold Brustad and Scott Johnson the clty utilities plant . . >Bett Augustine Church. . .Changes i. Austin clergy included the Rev John Kerr, who accepted call t Sterling Christian. . .The Rev. I James Braaten, installed assis-! ant pastor at the St. Olaf Lutheran. •. .the Rev. Clare Karsten, ap- jointed pastor of the new Fel- owship Methodist. . .The Rev Emmanuel Nielsen, appointed "assistant pastor at First Methodist, the Rev. Jerome Verdick, named assistant at St. Augustine and the Rev. Edwin Arnold, who accepted call to First Congregational. . . Golden weddings: Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Anderson, 701 S. Main; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson, Lyle Center; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bjorgo, 1301 W. Allegheney;. . .James Smrkovsky, Grand Meadow, named St. Thomas College represent-, tative to SPAN. . .Dr. A. G. Pat- ;erson elected faithful navigator Knights of Columbus. Ann Tollefson, Udolpho Boosters, was THE HERALD's 4-H Member of the Week. . .Parker Goodsell was elected chairman of the County Agricultural Stab- PEOPLE IN THE NEWS (Continued on Page 15) Correction Store Hours 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily Sunday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wed. Dec. 31 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Hours were incorrect in our Ad on Monday NATIONAL Food Stores V. F. W. NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE V.F.W. Hall Leo Thiel Orchestra FUN & FAVORS FOR ALL! (All Cord Holders)

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