The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 2, 1959 · Page 5
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NEWS for WOMEN Charlotte Vonnahme Mprlene Steward, Kenneth Duncomb Will Wed Jan, 17 and Donald Loevv- Plan June Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vonnahme, Dodge Center, announce the engagement of their daughter, Charlotte, to Donald Loew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Loew, Hayfield. Miss Vonnahme, a graduate ol Viterbo College, LaCrosse, WIs., is a vooal and instrumental music teacher in the school system at West Union, Iowa. A June wedding is planned. PERSONAL NOTES Alfred E. Thompson, 605 N. Greenwich, was taken to Veterans Hospital, Minneapolis, Tuesday. New Year's dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Sehmeichel, 601 Gleason, included Mr. and Mrs, Lowell Larimor and family, Mrs. Gladys Kramer and Mary Ann, Preston: Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Hammes and family, Spring Val ley; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sen. meichel, James and Jean, Austin. CARPET NOTE A new kind of filament yarn textured Caprolan, a plastic sub stance formed in a continuous strand, is being used in new nylon carpets that collect little dust and do not shed or pull. . Jf you must diet, do it wisely and follow professional advice. Most doctors point out that the secret of H diet is to keep your strength up while toning your fat down. This means eating many protein foods which build muscle and cutting down on potatoes, corn, candy, ice cream and cake. Shabby, canvas awnings can be refurbished with special awning paints in new colors. These paints protect the canvas too. Sail Off to School PRINTED PATTERN 4794 sizes 6-14 Announcement has been made of the engagement and forthcoming marriage of Miss Marlene Steward, Austin, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs, Everett E, steward, Mitchell, Iowa, and Kenneth Duncomb. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Duncomb, St Ansgar. The wedding will take place Jan 17, at the First Lutheran Church m St. Ansgar. Miss Eileen Matzen, Ray Hogman Plan Summer Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Mathias Matzen, Riceville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Eileen, to Ray Hogman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hogman, Denver, Colo. A summer wedding is planned. Miss Matzen is a graduate of Iowa State College and is t»-<".hlng school at Englewood, Colo. Her fiance is a graduate of Denver University and employed by Remington Rand Inc. GEORGIA GREINER Georgia Greiner Jeanne Martin Savs Sense of Humor Helps You Take Everything in Stride By DOROTHY ROE AP tVoinen'd editor HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP)-lf you have a sense of humor you can take anything in stride, says little blonde Jeanne Martin, a former Orange Bowl queen from Miami who looks like a teen-ager but is top sergeant to a houseful of seven children and her dashing husband Dean. "I'm so busy sorting socks, picking up toys and settling teen- nge love affairs that 1 wouldn't have time to be jealous of Dean even if I wanted to," says Jeanne, holding little Gina, 2, on her knee while expertly taping a baseball bat for tow-hended Pino, 7. and Hilmore Williams Tbe Mar tin home In Beverly D , , A lills usually resembles a chll- betrothal Announced Iren's day camp, with Mama Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greiner, Lyle, announce the engagement of their daughter, Georgia, to Hilmore Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams, Osage. Miss Greiner is a graduate of Lyle .High School and her fiance was graduated from Osage High School. They are now students at St. Paul Bible College. No date has been set for the wedding. Jeanne a sort of junior counselor, leading the gang in n game of "run-sheep-run" or water polo in the swimming pool. When Jeanne and Dean were married in 1949, the light-hearted bride inherited a ready-made family of four children — Craig, Claudia, Gail and Deana, then ranging in age from 7 to 1. Since then the tribe has been increased by three more — Dino, Ricci and'reer too." Oina, aged 7, S and 3. The older children now have attained teenage status nnd the accompanying problems, but Jeanne rules the roosfc with accomplished ease and frequent attacks of giggles. "1 can hardly keep up with birthdays," says she. "We have them all the time — always with parties, of course. 1 have to hold roll-call at dinner time to be sure everybody's here, and it's practically impossible to find a free phone In the house." Despite all her family responsibilities, Jeanne is a gay nnd decorative member of Holly, wood's younger set — me "swing- in" crowd" including Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh, Frank Sinatra, Eddie Fisher nnd Debbie Reynolds (before their recent, cleavage) and others. Jeanne has no ambition to get into the movies herself. She laughs heartily as she says: ^ "Oh, Selznick brought me out here once with the idea of making me a starlet, but 1 was so hopeless they didn't even give me a screen test; It's just ns well. I'd never be able to run this dormitory if 1 had to worry about my own ca- AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Friday, January 2, 1959 5 By ANNE ADAMS iv'a the Bally-flaring "trapeze" sailor — designed for smart girls who want to sail off to school 'In »ty;c. J-retty coming or going, se« back liieatd. Oiioose thrifty, drip-dry cotton. Tomorrow'* pattern: Misses' lima. Printed Pattern 47W; Olrl*' Size* (i. 8, 16, J2, 14. Stz« 10 takes 3>'s yards ao-lnch fabric, Printed direction* on «a«h pattern part. Easier, accurate, Send Thirty • fire centi In colug for this pattern — add 10 cents tor each pattern for 1st - class mailing. Bend to Anne Adams, care of the Austin Dally Herald, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. V, Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, KIZ|j and STYLE NUMBER. Cottage Cheese... THEY'RE NEW AND PRETTY—A brand-new weight- ess wool weighing a mere, two ounces makes its debut in this group of resort clothes by Nat Kaplan The fabric is worsted, is porous and crisp. At the left is an all- New Chiffon Wool Provides Elegance for Resort Wear By GAILE DUGAS NEW YORK— (NEA) - The idea of wool fashions lor resort weir is not a new one. But the idea of a two-ounce, very nearly weightless wool for dresses is new, In the past, wool for sunny climates has been confined large- Jy to wraps. It's been used for sweaters, both plain and fur-trimmed, for lightweight coats, for slacks and jackets. Now we have the crisp resort dress in a chiffon wool worsted, light and crips, It has all of the properties that have endeared wool to women for years. It resists wrinkles, holds it shape and is porous. It ii being used currently for dresses of casual elegance. Many of them are done- in all-white with touches of gold r.s trim. But some are done in the pastels and there are even pastel prints in. this sheer wool. Traveler* who know the West Indies equip themselves for many changes in climate. Weather that's hot and sunny during the day is equally crisp and cool in late afternoon and evening. As soon as the heat of the sun goes, around 4 p.m., a girl is ready for • dress that will ward off the breezes. At night, a lightweight wrap it an absolute must. And if you're touring about an island, sight-seeing, the dress under that wrap might v«ry well be a chiffon wool. white bolero dress with a free-swinging top. The sheer wool is used in pale blue for the elegant dress with draped collar at center, And at right, pale blue print on white chiffon wool is incomparably fresh-looking. AROUND THE WORLD— Typical of new American swimwear is this cotton suit with ' matching cap. INTERNATIONAL LOOK — Accessories loom large in the beach picture this season. These two new suits, designed by Jantzne, have matching swim hats, coordinated sandals and big, splashy towels guaranteed to start conversation. U. S. Swimwear Circ es Globe RUTH GANFIELD Miss Ruth Ganfield and Joel Phelps Engaged to Marry Mr. nnd Mrs. Lawrence Gnn- fie'ld, 411 N. Seventh, announce the engagement of their daughter, Huth, to Joel Phelps, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Keitli Phelps, Rochester. Miss Gnnfield nnd her fiance nre students nt Hnmlinc University, St. Paul. No definite date lins been sot for the wedding. Why Advertise the Details? EYE A 1'KKL 'Tis snid thnt two pieces of cucumber peel can give your eyos n grent lift, especially if they ure tired from overwork or hick of sleep, Models peel off two slices of the cucumber skin large enough to cover the eyes fully. They HP. down with the peel on their eyes for five minutes, and claim tiiatj tho peel can change n dim view! into a clenr-eyed one. j NEW 1IOBUY Button-painting is the latest in hobby art. After the paint is dry, apply n fresh', thin coat of pure, white shellac. By ANN LANDERS Denr Ann: 1 wos officially engaged to a successful business mnn. I can just see your eyebrows go tip when I tell you I got my diamond ring In 194(1.1 never looked nt another man In nil that lime — although several men looked nt me. My fiance cleverly avoided being pinned down to a specific wedding dole. Six months ngo n woninn who used to work with him wrote thnt she was getting a divorce nnd did he know of anyone who needed n good secretary. Me lined up an excellent position for her nnd she , moved to this Ann Lnndrm city. You con guess the rest. At first I refused to believe whnt wns so obvious to everyone else. But now it's officinl. They nre getting married in a month. He condescendingly ndded thnt 1 could keep the ring. I threw It in his fncc. Should 1 sue him for breach of promise? He has plenty of money nnd some of my friends feel I should give him the works. -CASTASIDE Stny out of court, You were a prize snp to let this man string you for 10 yenrs. Why make it a matter of public record and nd- vertise the details? Suppose you did manage to wring some cnsh out of the big stiff. Would it be worth the public stench? Give yourself n men- DOUBLE DOUBLE . WINCHESTER, Va. (AP)-Mr.j and Mrs. John R. Kremer became! grand parents twice on the same tal kick in the pants, then „.„„ the whole ugly mess. A law suit may make him look bad but it won't enhance your position much —like none At all. Dear Ann: Lust year rny four younger brothers and Bisters got me down to the point where I became 111 with a nervous disorder and my hair began to fall out in patches. When I realized I was getting bald I went to a doctor. He snld it was nerves and asked what was troubling me. I knew It was my younger brothers and sisters and toldjilm BO. They get away with murder in our family. Their swearing nnd bad conduct in more than I cnn lake. Mother never punish- os them although she always says she will. They don't mind me because they know nothing will Imp- pen. For six months I took shots, ornl medication nnd rubbed salve into my scnlp. I had to see the doctor every week. This cost my father severnl hundred dollars. Fin- nlly my Imir cnme back nnd I looked human. Now, the same thing is happen- iiiR nil over ngnin. I told Mother I want to go live with Grandma. It's so peaceful over there 1 feel like n different person when I'm in her house. My Grnndmn wants rue, but Mother sayg she needs me nt home to help with the kids. I'm 15, and I'll go crazy if I have-to live In this house until I'm legnlly able to move out. Plense ndvise me.—MARION Dear Mnrion: Your doctor would be your best ally in this cause. Legal Notice OUDKK FOR HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT AND 1'ETtTION FOR DISTRIBUTION. STAT8 OF MINNESOTA. County Of Mower—«». In Probate Court In Re Estate, ot Helmuth Baumgart- uer, Decedent, the' >rh * representative of the above me named estaite having filed his final ac- day. Their daughters • in laws, Mrs, John R, Kremer, Jr., and Mrs. Donald B. Kremer ~ former in Van Nuys, CnL, and tliei 00 " 11 '- ft""i"peWUon~!o"r"setuirm"ent'»~nd allowance thereof and for dlBtrlbu- on By DOROTHY ROE France may call the turn high fashion, and England may hold the title for woolen fabrics. Italy may challenge Paris on originality of design in the haute couture, and Ireland may claim VIGRAN Squibb multlpl* Vlt«mln c*p»ul»» Small, •••y to. tak« for o to sty, energy-packed mial. "Look i<* ti« Otk luT 2.98 WOLD'S DRUG STORE Prescription D»p». Main at Bridge credit for some firsts in international sties. But when it comes to beachwear, nobody challenges the U.S.A. - - particularly the west coast part of it. From California and Oregon gids b '° &wimmii18 Notice of Preliminary Hearing WATKRWORKS IMPROVEMENT NO. 1959-1 & SANITARY SKWKll IMPROVEMENT NO. 1U51I-J YILLACK OF IWOWNSDALE, MINNESOTA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That the Village Council of the Vlluge ol BrownBdale. Minnesota, will meet nt the Village Hall In said Village on Wednesday, January' 7, 1950, at 7:30 o'clock P.M. for the purpose of conducting n preliminary hearing on Waterworks Improvement No. IftSO-l and Sanitary Sewer Improvement No. 1059-1 proposed to be constructed. Said improvement* consist ol the following work; (1) Waterworks Improvement No 1959-1. The construction ol water mains, valves, hydrants, service lit and appurtenances thereto In Drove Street from u point approximately 330 feet cast of Johnson Street east U> the County Road running north and eouth on the N and 8 ','« line of Sec. 10, T 103 N. R 17. W, In the County Road running north and south along the N and S ',J line or Sec. 10 from a point 330 feet north of the north property line of drove Street south to a point 22 feet south of the north property line of Main Street, In Mnlu Street irom a point 22 feet eaJit of the wesi property line of the N and 3 County Road running along the N and s U Una of Sec. 10 west to the now-existing water line approximately 800 feet west of the west property line of said County Road on Johnson Street from Main Street to Pleasant Street, on Pleasant street east from Johnson Street a distance of 231 feet, In Mill Street from a point approximately 20 ten south of the N property line of the first street north of Grove Street and thence continuing north In Mill Street approximately ) feet to the north corporate limits In a line commencing at a point on the S line of Grove Street 114 feet mist of West Street thence south « distance of 133 feet, In Grove Street from West Street to California Street, in Main Street Jrom West Street weat along Uuln Street 900 feet; the placing of a ,\ Inch copper service lines from the above water mains to the property llns; tho repair, cleaning and painting of the entire Interior and exterior of the water storage tank of the Village; the Installation of water mutun, lu each premise* now connected with the system or to be connected thereto. The fstlnnvted cost of Waterworks Improvement No. 1959-1 Is $42,136. The area proposed to be assessed for special benefit derived from construction of the Wttlermalu portion of said Improvement Is c»ch lot, piece :»nd parcel of property abutting upon tht above described streets. The urea proposed to be assessed tor special benefit derived from the Installation of wut«r meters Is each loi, piece and parcel of property now conneuted or to be connected with said new water- mains, (2) Sanitary Sewer Improvement No. 1059-1. Thu Construction ol sanitary s«wer mains, manhole* and appurtenances thereto In Grove Street from a point approximately 300 test oust of Johnson Street east to the E Village corporate limits, along the N and S 'i line of Sec. 10, T 103 N. R 17 W, from a point 330 feet north of Grove Street south to Main Street, latter in Winchester — gave birth to baby boys the same day. COCOA ANYONE? TEA, S. D. m — The lulest social orgr.nization formed in this town is The Coffee Club. Notice of Lien Foreclosure TO: Rubin H. Frits 2712 Harriet Avenue So. Minneapolis, Minnesota NOTICE 18 HEREBY CHVEN that on Friday, the 10th day o£ January. 1959, at the hour of B:00 o'oloclt A. M,, at the promises known as 312 North Chatham Street, Austin, Minnesota, they property hereinafter described will be sold at public auction Co Ute highest bidder, for cash, to-wlt: Ono 1053 Chevrolet four-door Sedan, 1958 Minnesota. License No, 3H- fHBO, S«rt(il No, B53J108258, Said auction sale will be made under and by virtue of Sections OH,18 to 5H.32, both Inclusive. Minnesota Statutes Annotated, and all acts amendatory thereof, and for the purpose of satisfying the Hen ot the undersigned on said automobile In the stun of $200.50, said sum being for towing said automobile and storage on same from July 30, 1958, to the date of said sale, together with expenses of this notice, advertising this notice and of said sale, all of the foregoing having been furnished and performed »t the request of Uw above named Rubin H, Tries. Dated December 17, 19M. AUSTIN CAB COMPANY By «/ L. E. PARRISH President Llenor s/ HUGH V. PLUNKETT, JR, Hugh V. Plunkett, Jr., for PLUNKETT & PLUNKE1T Baboock Building Austin, Minnesota Attorneys for Llenor i pen, 19, 2fl, Jan. 2 Notice of Lien Foreclosure TO; Elizabeth Poup*rt 205 Fresno Albert Lea, Minnesota NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that oil Friday, the 18th day of January, 1959, at the hour of 9:00 o'clock A.M., ut the premises known as 3U North Chatham street, Austin, Minnesota, the property hereinafter described will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, to-wlt: One 1910 Hudson Sedan, l(«g Minnesota License No. 18-2363, Serial No. 50023956. Said auction sale will be made under and by virtue of Sections 514,18 10 514.22, both Inclusive, Minnesota Statutes Annotated, and all acts tlou to the persons thereunto cntltl- od; IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing thereof be had on th» 12th day of January. 1959, at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court in the probate court room In th* court house in Austin, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be glvon by publication of thU order In the Austin Dally Herald and by mail- ad notice as provided by law, Dat*d December Kith, 1858. PAUL KIMBALL. JB. Probate Judge (PROBATE COURT SEAL) WALLACE O, BIHH Attorney for Petitioner. Austin, Minnesota. File No, 11726 Dec. 1», 2«, Jan. 2 Aek him to intervene. No young girl should be subject ed to ari entirdnrnWst to disturbing that It malcM her 111. Bearing and disciplining the children in the family fa your ro0 tHer'8 responsibility. If you c fltl »t Cope with the klda you are not helping her *-. w them. A temporary «e> nratlon would be good fer all concerned. Dear Ann Landers: 1 have a peculair problem but I need help I've been married only four months. My wife is unable to sleep the entire night through. She gets up sometime between 3 and 5 a.m. no matter what time we turn In. She takes her pillow and the blanket and sleeps the rest of the night on the floor. She says she rests much better this way and offers no other explanation. I tried it once and for two days I felt like I had « busted back. Please help me. Her moving routine breaks* up my sleep. -ANDY Dear Andy: Your wife needs a harder mattress, or an orthopedic board under her side of the bed. Take care of this at once and get some rest. To learn the booby-traps of teen- nge drinking, write for Ann Landers' new booklet, "Teenage Drinking," enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin -and a large, self- nddressed, stamped envelope. (Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of THE HERALD enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope.) Notice to Bidders 8»Med bids will be received by Independent School District No, 487 Lvln Minnesota until 8:00 P. M. January «! IOS9 for the following: A n«w 1059 model 48 capacity school bun. Submit bid* for dual sales; 30 inch seats, thre« heaters, 8:35 rear 10 ply, 7:30 front 0 ply snow and mud tires, defrosting system, not leu than -15 amp. generator, with \$ volt buttery, "" filter, 6 or 8 cylinder motor with -—•270 cubic inches displacement. Subjected • to Minnesota, specifications. Other *peolflcatlons can be se«n at the offloo of Superintendent of Schools. ^Blda are to b« »ent to Olat Ronvold. :. Right la re*emd to reject any 11 bids. Board of Education District No. 407 OLAP R08VOI,D, Clerk Deo, 18, U«. Jan. J Notice of Incorporation OP THE RACINE IMPLEMENT CO. Notice Is hereby given pursuant to Section 301.08 Minnesota Statues (1955), that on the Mth day ot De- uomber 1868 a corporation was Incorporated under the Minnesota Business Corporation Act named Racine Implement Co. The general nature of th« buslne** about to bo conducted la to buy, »oll, licence, lease, merchandise, repair, deal In and deal with farm machinery, trucks, and household appliances of every Kind and description. Th« addrta* of Its registered office Is Racine, Minnesota. The names and address of Its first corporator* ar»: Nam« Address Ixssll* Thompson Racine, Minnesota Donald Thompson Racine, Minnesota Olenn W. Jahns Racine, Minnesota Th« names aud addresses ot Ite first Board or Director* *ret Leslie Thompson Racine, Minnesota Donald Thompson Racine, Minnesota Qlenn W. Jahn* Racine, Minnesota December n, i!958 TOEIFF and BTREOfT. Attorneys at l*w By: JOHN E. aTRHTJT JOHN IS. 8THEIFP Stewartvu*,, Mlnnesott Jan. J amendatory thereof, and for the purpose of satisfying the ll*n of the undersigned on Bald automobile In the O f sum of »2«3,50, said sum being •—' • Legal Notice ORDER FOR REARING OK PETITION FOR fROBATB OF Witt, UMrriNQ TIME TO riLE CLAIMS AND FOR MARINO TilKRtON STATE OF MINNESOTA. Oounty of Mw»ep»-*«, In Probate CJourt In Re Edtate of Joseph A. Reln&rU, Decedent. Irene Miller having filed a petition for th« probate of the Will ot (aid decedent and for th« appointment of Irene Miller as Executrix, which Will Is on flic In tliU Court and open to Inspection; IT IB ORDERED, That the hewlnz thereof be had on th« TUh day ot January, 16M, at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate court room in the court hou»e In Austin, Notice of Lien Foreclosure TO: Forrest Day Brownsdale, Minnesota NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Friday, th* 16th da? of January, 1B59, at the hour ot 9:00 o'clock A.M.. at th« premises known a* 312 North Chatham Street. Austin,, Minnesota, the property hereinafter described will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, for cosh, to-wlt: One 1047 StudobaXw Four-door Sedan, 1958 Minnesota License Ho.' 1D-5384, Serial No. 6OW52149. 8»ld auction sale will b« muds under and by virtue of Section* to 914,22, both inclusive, Minnesota Statutes Annotated, and all acts amendatory thereof, and for tfts purpose of satisfying the lien Of the undersigned on *a!d autoznooll* j w the *um of »276.00, said «um being for towing said automobile and storage on «am« from July 18, 1958, to the date of *sld eale, together with expanse* of tola notice, advertising ml* notice and of aald sale, all of the foregoing having t>e«n furnished ! nd performed it the r*que*t of the abov« named Forrest Day. Dated December IT, 1058. AUSTIN CAB COMPANY By «/ L. E. FARRI8H President LUnar s/ KUQH V, PLUWKBTT, JR. Hugh V. Plunkett, Jr., for "LUNKBriT jt PLUNKETT Babcock Building Austin, Minnesota Attorney* for Llenor __. , Dee, 11 36, J*n. J Minnesota, snd that obj«cttan* to allowanc* of *ald will. If b« fil«d before aald tune that the the any. come the bathing suits worn 1 8re L P r ° d u c e d 'round the world ~ from Palm ^ Springs and Palm Beach to the Some companies go further with the international theme by employing designers from other _ p ^ ^. in countries — France, Italy and|* ewer s i'»'*a>) "upon ^ud'TcroVj the Hawaii in particular. But the suits '""""" "'•"'""•• ~' " - D '-- of Johnson ewt to the east Village uorj>ont« limits; the construction ot eaiuurv sewer service litie« from tha sewer main to property atauttlrij.; upon suld sewer mains; a relief »torm sewur (to remove clear wuter from the from August 8. 1848, ._ .... of Bald sale, together with ex. » of this notice, advertising this notice and of said sale, all of the foregoing having been fvnil*h«<t and performed at th* request of the above n»m*d Elizabeth Poupart. Dated December 17, 1958. AUSTIN CAB COMPANY By a/ I,. E. PABRJ5H President Ulenor •v mjciH v. pLUNKrrr, JR. Hiieh V, Plunkett, Jr., for PMJNKETT & PLUNKETT Babcock Building Austin, Minnesota Attorneys for Llenot Dee. 19, 26, Jan. 1 months from the date hereof, that the claims an filed be bft*rd on the 4th d*y of M*y, 1959 it 10 o'clock A. 11., before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In Austin, Minnesota., and that notice hsreot be given by publication of thU order In the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice a* provided by i»w, Dated December 30th, 1904. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Probate Judge, (PROBATE COUHT SEAL) Attorney* for Petitioner, Austin, Minnesota e NO. user JiQ. I. », Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATION, LIMITING TIME TO PILE CLAIMS AND FOR HEARING THEUEON 8TATK OP WINNBSOTA. County ol Mower—s*. in Probate Court lu R* EatoU of John WaUrak, Decedent, O*oru« Waltrak havlnf Wed herein a petition for general administration stating that said decedent died intestate and preying that Mike W«l- erak be appointed administrator; IT 13 ORDERED, Th«t (n« hearing thereof t* had on th* ai«t day of January. 1958, at 10 o'clock A. M., before ifal* Court tn th« probate court room in tU« court house In Austin, Ulnn«eot»: that the tlm« within which creditor* of laid decedent m&y file their claim* be limited to four months from the dat* hereof, and that the claims w filed b« heard on the 27th day of April. 1059, »t 10 o'clock A, M., before tbU Court In the probato court room in th* court house in Austin, Minnesota, and Ui»t notlct hereof b* given by publication of this order in tn« AusMn Dsllr Herald and by mailed potto* W provided by law. Dated December 13rd, 1951 PAUL 51MBAU* Jr. Probate Judg« (PROBATE COWT 8BAW BAUDUSR te BAUDLER Attorney! for Petitioner Austin, Mlnutsots, m« No. MS58 Deo. 24, jafl, |, | methods and the French Riviera Beach in Rio. The and Copacobana the ery Cornpanj iron with American' l ' ie ' ) '^ e at l ' ie * esl sl( ^ e °i * a '2 ! , .,, . .. ; (.'reatnery, ix>uth along and tea f»K'. | DUIlt-m figure | west of the Creamery Bullalng to »i controls that have made!! «? liwlnt ten feet south of said Creamery ••! *• V4 V w, kl. UMtMlntf QM '* **'"-""« -'....U ~-.J --..*!. (bathing beauties the world's ideal.!easterly This year the west coast beach styles are vivid and varied, as attention Une acr °** U> b T l>e estimated 'cost ot Banlury s< V- line, Hose Marie Reid and others — manufacture bathing suits and beach accessories in practically every country of the world. Some foreign factories are owned by the American companies, others are .„ . ,. to produce American de ' e seekmg the sun in iotel * n w proauce American fl«-; cUroale , this wintef wil , fw , right . . i at home on any bead), for the *. . LIU ! fashion dfccor will be strictly Am- customs m dress, but all of er i can them prefer their bathing luitsi styled or made in America. From' the days of the first bathing beauties of the old silent films, th» American swim suit has enjoyed • uaique prestige. Per- ,, , . . haps this is because US. firniv^^^^Ti.^.!, 8 ^ 986 ; were the first to develop mass! production of beachwear, and be- ! * ar cause American girls were the first to take to water sports as a natural feminine activity. RUMMAGE SALE Whatever the reason, the Am-; At Salvation Army, 419 £,, erican bathing suit is now a corn-Bridge, Saturday 9' to 12 noon.' pletely international institution, Adv. IT caps, beach j eel of and skirts, j hn . size beach towels and za/iy' ass«,sed for i Iron; tula Improvement? nmv, at'tfin above-stated tune ami niaci-, present abutting uociij property may Ot ; benefit ' ' 17 . By Order of The Vlllag OLJSNN D. TUCKER village Clfcrk Dec. aa, Jan. 2 MARK H | ; An easy way to keep track ofj iyour garbage can is to paint your-ij home address on the sides and' el gi i cans should be cleaned with a vine- and water solution to help adhere to the zinc-coated I BRING YOUR WOLD'S DRUG STORE MAIN AT BRIDGE STREET ~~ ~"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HIBHMB^^!PBMW(||!IMM( KELLY FURNITURE ^^^^F ^^^^OT ^^^^^ ^HH^ ^^^^w M^ UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BECAUSE OF GRAND HOTEL FIRE! OFFICE OPEN FOB PAYMENTS.

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