The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 31, 1958 · Page 16
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 16

Austin, Minnesota
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Wednesday, December 31, 1958
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OSTRANDER SCHOOL — Under con struction is the new Ostrander Elementary School, a unit of the Le Roy-Ostrander district. The new school, which in eludes lunch and multi-purpose room facilities, will be open for Fall occupancy. It will replace an older school which the district has outgrown. Deadline on 1959 Vehicle Tabs Jan. 10 Auto owners, now only eight days nway from the deadline, were warned today to hurry in payment of their license fee. Robert Gaudier, deputy registrar, noted that Jan. 10 is the last day to apply without penalty. The penalty will be SI on Jan. 11, $2 on Jan. 21 and $2.50 on Feb. 1. Baudler noted that many applicants are neglecting ,the requirements under the new registration system adopted this year. Each car owned was mailed a prepared application card from St. Paul. When applying for the new license tabs, he is to bring with him this application card, together with his 1958 registration card. Racine Firm Files Articles { Articles of incorporation for the ; Racine Implement Co., Racine, ! were filed this morning with Register of Deeds Purl M, Enger. Purposes of the corporation are , "to buy, sell, license, lease, merchandise, repair and to deal in and with farm machinery, trucks and household appliances of all kinds." The articles authorized the issue of 1,200 shares of common stock at |?100 a share value. Incorporators and directors of the corporation are Leslie and Donald Thompson and Glenn W. Jahns, all of Racine. Comedian Eddie Cantor was orphaned as a baby. He was brought up by his grandmother, Esther. CELEBRATE NEW YEAR'S EVE •t the American Legion CLUB ROOMS Snacks and Favors V. F. W. Post No. 1216 MEMBERS If you ore not paid up for 1959 as yet ... .DROP IN AT THE CLUBROOMS NOW AND HELP US MAINTAIN THE TOP IN MINNESOTA. A gala party at the Club on New Year's Eve, every Saturday night, and evenings before a holiday with one of Austin's best small bands for your dancing pleasure. Don'* Get Caught Short ... Pay Your Dues Today! REFRESHMENTS NEW YEAR'S DAY 10:00 to 12:00 Church Cage League Play Is Scheduled Play in the YMCA Church League for high school age boys not playing basketball on any other team will get under way next Wednesday at the Ellis Junior High Gym. About 80 boys are in the round- robin schedule. Teams include: First Methodist, St. Olaf Lutheran (2) Crane Addition Community Chapel, Church of Christ, First Baptist and Sterling Christian - Westminster Presbyterian. Gordon Albers on AMI Committee Gordon Albers, safety director of Geo. A. Hormel & Co., has been appointed a member of the safety committee of the American Meat Institute, it was announced today by Homer R. Davison, AMI President. The institute Is the national trade, educational and research organization of the Albers meat industry. The safety Committee, consisting of safety directors and other meat company executives, is primarily concerned with the reduction of work injuries in the industry. The committee's work on the preparation and revision of a safety code has been reflected in increasingly lower accident rates for workers in the meat industry. New Yeor'i Eva SKATING Come To Our SKATE and SOCK HOP New Year's Eve 7:30 p.m. Afternoon Skating Saturday & Sunday 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. Night Skating Wed. - Fri. - Sat. 7:30 p.m. Pat's Roller Rink Hiway 218 N. AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Wednesday, Dec. 31, '58 Prizes Await Area's River Street First Baby in 195$ Project Is on Council Agenda \ STARTS WEDNESDAY AT 7.9:15-11.-45 SHOWING FOR 7 DAYS All Seats New Year's Eve Are 90c CONTINUOUS SHOWS ON NEW YEAR'S DAY STARTING AT 1:00 P.M. M-G-MPKEStNJS A SOt C. SIEGEL PRODUCT/ON ay the Author of "Prom H»r» To et«rnity"l MARTHA HYER ARTHUR KENNEDY. NANCY GATES 4PMlS$10Ni—THU8S., FBI., SAT., UJN., MOW. fr TUES—90e-75«-25c Possible widening and paving of iref street, from Oakland Avenue south is one of the items on the agenda o! the Austin City Council meeting Friday night. River street is a county aid street, and thus involves the county and'state, as well as the city. The Council will consider authorization for preparation of a cooperative agreement with the Board of County Commissioners, for the street's improvement. Several petitions are on the agenda. They include petition for vacation of an alley from Second to Fourth street between Bauman and Harmon; a request by Edward A. Uhlis for a. change from residential to multiple dwelling of property on the west side of Button Place, from Oakland to Winona; and requests for a number of licenses. Appointment by the mayor of a Council committee to work with the planning director to secure additional space for the engineering department, is scheduled. Unfinished business Includes report by the street committee on limiting parking at drug stores, and a report on parking on the west side of South Main at 408 S. Main. 7,000 Homes in City Count A count made by City Assessor William Ellickson's office shows 7,000 dwellings in Austin, including tax-exempt property, such as parsonages, but not including apartments. Ellickson's report, prepared for the state, shows 719 commercial buildings, including the apartments. Number of real estate assessments is 8,088, a 250 increase over the 7,840 recorded in 1956 and 600 more than the 7,470 in 1954. As of May 1, 1958, there were 7,781 personal property assessments, 161 more than two years ago and 275 more than in 1954; number of homestead assessments as of May 1 was 6,157 compared with 5,670 two years ago and 5,336 four years ago. . There are 660 vacant lots in the city, 1,212 attached garages, 5,671 other garages and 294 miscellaneous buildings. New Airport Building to Be Council Topic A new building for the Austin Airport to house administration offices and to provide facilities for Ozark Airlines was discussed Tuesday by the airport committee of the City Council. Chairman George Weis said sev eral types of structures were reviewed but that no definite recommendation would be made to the Council Friday. Also discuss ed was the possibility of a prefab ricated building. This has been referred to City Engineer Roger Nelson, Weis said. Mayor Baldy Hansen said' the committee would recommend to the Council Friday that an architect be consulted for the proposed building. The city has already requested state aid for the building and will also request federal aid of the next Congress makes the necessary funds available, the mayor pointed out. There's a speieal welcome planned for some youngster, boy or girl, who is the first baby of 1959. This first arrival will be showered with gifts from 26 Austin merchants, sponsors of the First Baby Contest. Some of these awards are stricily for Trial Set tor Boys Out With Runaway Girls Two 19-year-old Austin youths, charged with keeping two 14-year- old runaway Austin girls out Monday and Tuesday, pleaded innocent in Municipal Court today to contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Jaynard Johnson, Austin Rt. 1, and Nobel Joel, 710 Lyndale, are scheduled for trial Saturday. They told police they were with the runaway girls until 3 a.m., Monday, but that the girls did not want to go home. Instead the four drove to Northwood, Iowa, where one of the youths is employed on a farm and the girls slept in the car. The youth, worked on the farm that Tuesday while the girls stayed in the car, according to their statement to police. They drovj back to Austin Tuesday and the girls at 11 p.m. turned themselves over to police. Stacyville Party Will Aid building STACYVILLE, Iowa - A public New Year's Eve party, with the proceeds going to the building fund, will be held tonight at the Stacyville American Legion post. The Legionnaires plan to remodel the basement of the building into an entertainment center for the community. On the party program is Howie Salisbury, Austin organist. baby, but mom and dad aren't forgotten. Thefe are a few rule* in the first baby contest. Parents must reside within the Austin trade Area. The entry, listing the name, address and attending physician's report of the time of arrival, must be postmarked not. later than midnight, jth. 3, and addressed to Baby Contest Editor, THE HERALD, Austin, Minn. And what will the first baby and the proud parents receive? Over $100 in merchandise awards ranging from dinner for two (with tickets for the dance afterwards) to 30 quarts of milk. Other gifts are baby food, gift certificates, furniture, savings account, and shoes for the baby, and car service, dry cleaning, clothing and even wall paper for the parents. YMCA Day Campers Reunion Set Friday Austin YMCA day campers will hold their second annual reunion at 2 p.m. Friday at the YMCA office over the Bach Music Co. Movies of last summer's day camp activities, skits and treats will be included in the program Bonus Claims Still Lagging About 38 Mower County Korean W«r veterans iftontacted Service Officer Prank Ounsmor* Tuesday night for Information on how to file informal claims for the Minnesota Korean bonus, but accord ing to Dunsmore's estimate there are still nearly 2,000 eligible veterans "hiding in the weeds." At Dunsmore's suggestion, one veteran entitled to the $400 limit was urged by telephone in Japan to file an informal claim this morning and a veteran entitled to $364 residing in Chicago was urged by his mother in a long-distance call to mail an informal claim before midnight tonight. Those who have waited to the last minute, are urged to file the informal application consisting oi a letter stating the claim and signed by the veteran and also including his address and mail il to Veterans Affairs, Korean Bonui Division, Veterans Service Bldg. St. Paul 1, Minn. Regardless of where the veteran mails informal claims, it will be accepted by the Department oi Veterans Affairs, if postmarked before midnight and it includes the veterans signature. SERVICES AT TOETERVILLE TOETERVILLE, Iowa - St. Pe ter's Lutheran Church will hold New Year's Eve services tonight starting at 7:30. V.F.W. NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE V.F.W. Holl Leo Thiel Orchestra FUN & FAVORS FOR ALL! (AH Cord Holders) WED., DEC, 31, 1958 Here's Baldy Talking To All of You i From All of Us • * a Happy Prosperous New Year Crushed Ice Headquarters IS SURE TO SHINE If You go down The Line And Always Dine on that good old Klagge "99" CRUSHED IAE For New Year's IvC Don't Run out of Cubes. Plenty Here. Open Till mid- nite New Year's Eve. All day New Year's Day. Why bother cooking when we can have your favorite Hot dinner — CHICKEN — SHRIMP — PIKE ready for yoti in a flash. Our customers are our greatest boosters. KLAGGE'S Home of that Good Solid Cadillac Quality ICE CREAM Tonite Only 7:00 & 9:00 The RIVIERA South 8th Street Will Be Open NEW YEAR'S EVE From 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. CLOSED NEW YEAR'S DAY Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR , From All of Us At The Riviera FRANKENSTEIN MONSTERPIECE! "THE HEVEN6E OF^FRANKENSTEIN' SUMItMATUItAk TVCMNICOLOItSl COMING NEW YEAR'S DAY SPARKLING COMEDY! Laughing - Loving - In Luscious Color! ., NOW ^«,i 4 c £ fol CONTINUOUS SHOWS THURS. 3-5-7-9 G M piesents m CINEMASCOPE and METROCOIOR... HIGH SOCIETY FUN! Rex Kay HARRISON-KENDALL 'The RELUCTANT DEBUTANTE 1 co-sUrrmg i John SAXON -Sandra DEE \ Angela LANSBURY Treat The Family To Ibuulfeorib Favorite of the College Set Coming SUN., JAN. 4 Adra. $1.80 per person tax iacl. (Checking 10c> Boked ham Swiss steak i/ 4 french fried chicken ... NELSON Special School's Out Kiddie Show Friday at 2:00 P.M. Roy Rogers in "North Of Great Divide" PLUS — 4 — BIG COLOR CARTOONS Send The Kiddies Down — Prices - 25c We Present Wishing You a Happy New V ear Tonight at 7^15-9:15 and 11:15 P.M. The Very Special Witch Comedy All Adults Tonight 90c REGULAR SHOWING OF THIS PICTURE STARTS NEW YEAR'S DAY FOR 6 DAYS. SHOWS NEW YEAR'S DAY AT 1 -3-5-7-9 P. M. AT OUR REGULAR PRICES. Start the New Year with a Laugh! aUWIA PORES»« JAMES as The Vanishing American -a bachelor can wrap any man around her little figure BELL, BOOK, AND CANDLE JA(t LEMMON He's a bongo buff with a Congo beat as a character's character, a lush's lush, a riot's riot )NE EISA WOO LANI —popular —another popular —ex-deb who keep* Cover Girl Cover Girl coming out in w Weird Tales, etc) Warper's Bizarre, etc.) the right place* TECHNICOLOR*

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