The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 3, 1959 · Page 11
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VACATION FUN — Ice fishing is catching on as a winter sport in Austin. Already the six-inch ice on East Side Lake is dotted with fish houses and other anglers, like Tommy Barthlomew, right, 1958 BUILDING REVIEW just chop a hole in the ice and drop their lines. Watching are Jimme Schutte, Mark Weise.and Eddie Schutte. The picture was taken before the heavy snow. Construction Holds Line Numerically; Value Down Construction in 1958 was on a par numerically with the previous year but building valuation was clown more-than $2 million. Records kept by the city engineer's office show 118 homes built, four more than in 1957 but 75 fewer than the 193 new homes in 1956. A total of 426 building permits were issued. This includes new homes, repairs, renovations and additions, and was just one more than the previous year. Cost of the new construction was $3,074,680 — down more than $2 million from the high $5,285,658 for HI57. The 1957 building figure includes the $2Vi million Ellis Junior High School, the Sterling State Bank, a new retail store in Sterling occupied in November by Younkers, the Great Western station, a new Piggly Wiggly store and a new convent for St. Augustine Parish, all started in 1957 and completed in 1958. Construction started .in the past 12 months includes the new Austin Clinic in Sterling, Grace Lutheran Church in southeast Austin, the $2% million sewage disposal plant and the Professional Building at Mill and High streets. Not counted in these figures are the extensive Belt Line work and the completed $1 million boiler fo the Utilities Dept. Dec. Home building hit a high in October with 20 permits issued for j TOTAL 118 new dwellings; over-all construction was highest in April, with 62 permits issued. Here's a month by month breakdown:. New Homes Total Est. Vnl. Jan. 7 14 $106,300 Feb. 3 10 $447,450 Mar. 4 18 $ 77,075 April 14 62 $636,423 May ll 60 $258,890 June 6 48 $168,580 July 8 44 $236,400 Aug. 12 43 $215.600 Sept. 17 52 $313.960 Oct. 20 45 $331,877 Nov. 12 23 $218.500 4 7 $ 61,625 426 $3,074,608 Film Makes You Cry, but You Will Love It "The Inn of the Sixth Happiness," Paramount Theater offering opening Jan. 15 will make you call for China, the mandarin with the concern for his people, and the army colonel with his call for cry, but you will love every min-jduty are expertly done by Ingrid Lite you live with the people and j Bergman, Robert Donat and Curt problems of China. You will grasp! Jurgen. at their similarities with the western world as persons and feel a kinship even with the differences because your emotions leave you no choice. You will be outraged at the suffering imposed on The Chinese, we are told, believe in the following five happinesses: virtue, tranquillity, wealth, position and peaceful death in old age, and the sixth happiness is that one which each of us must them, great and small, because of {find in his own heart. war. Superbly filmed in wonderful Based on the premise that all men are born into the world with color, the vast green rolling hills the tools with which to do their and mountains are China, bor- work, "The Inn of the Sixth Hap- rowed from England. | piness" is a religous vehicle of life at the most knowable level — people just trying to survive and maintain a sense of the meaning of life. Overshadowing the entire production are the troup of raggedy- taggegdy Chinese war orphans in all shapes and sizes — all loveable — all needing love. They portray the wonder of the ages — the.ability of little children to abide in The missionary woman with a Address Cards for Aliens Are Available Address report cards for aliens residing in Mower County are now available at the Austin Post Office, Postmaster Elmer Requa reminded today. States on Jan. 1 must file the address card for the U. S. Department of Immigration and Naiur-| alization before the end of the 1 month. ! of its greatest resource, — its people. "The Inn of the Sixth Happi:" will make you cry — but it 'in de- Office. Rev. Opie S. Rindahl to Attend Sessions BLOOMING PRAIRIE, Minn.— The Rev. Opie S. Rinda' J , ii-irst Lutheran Church, will attend the ELC pastors' convocation, Tuesday through Thursday, at Luther Seminary, St. Paul. He will also attend the Bible camp workshop nnd Green La!:e Bib'e Camp Corp. board meeting Monday. Mrs, Rindahl will be a panel member, National Pastors' Wives sympathy and un- I derstanding for our Chinese neigh- I bors at a time when our friends (there mrv he the key to futm-5 i Western history. Your whole family will want to see "The Inn of the Sixth Happiness." — E.B.H. Home Spring Valley Contest SPRING VALLEY, Minn. Christinas home lighting contest winners in the Spring Valley Jay- cee-sponsored'event were announced today by Roger Duerst, president. neapolis. Mi, 3 City Accidents Reported to Police Three city accidents were reported to police. 1:50 p.m. Friday, Water near St. Paul, Anita T. Bang, 300 S. Burr Oaks, $65; David Renter, 712 Nicholsen, $85. 3:15 p.m. Kenwood and Oakland, Don-ell Morgan, 707 Hope, $5; Stella Schmeichel, 900 Bauman. $20. Stella Schmeichel complained of a lame neck and shoulders. 3:30 p.m. Friday, Austin Bowl Parking lot, hit-run, Richard Harrison, 100 .McFarland Drive, $45. Riceville Club Sets Oyster Stew Thursday RICEVILLE, Iowa —An'oyster stew will be served next Thursday by Riceville Conservation Club members in the hopes of increasing their membershhp. The club has included the dues in the price of the meal. Serving in the Legion Hall starts at 6:30 p.m. ! Peters. Judges were the Rev. i Walter Ross, First Congregational, and Mayor Chel Kvale. ' Decorations were judged on j Christmas theme, general over-all ' size and quality and originality. ! The Jaycees, new in Spring Vali ley, were pleased with the num- j ber of entrants in the first con! test. !Money Holder With 2 Large Bills Found A plastic money holder containing two bills of large denomination has been found and can be claimed by tli£_jjwner, police said today. The money was found by Herbert B. Kilgore, Rose Creek. i It is being held at the police sta- | tion. | In other activity, police are I checking on two railroad car break: ins. A half b a r r e 1 of beer and two six pacs were taken from a car at the Coca Cola Bottling Co:, 1000 McKinley, and another barrel and two six pacs we r e taken from a car at thu Great ; Western Depot. School Menus BROWNSDALE SCHOOL MONDAY — Chili and crackers, carrot and celery sticks, apple sauce, peanut butter sandwich, milk. TUESDAY — Mashed potatoes, chicken and gravy, orange perfection salad, cookies, bread and butter, milk. WEDNESDAY — Spaghetti, wieners and tomato hot dish, pickles, apple upside • down cake, peanut butter sandwich, milk. THURSDAY — Escalloped potatoes with ham, buttered corn, cherry jello with fruit, bread, butter, milk. FRIDAY — Macaroni and cheese, buttered peas, cherry sauce, peanut butter sandwich, milk. ST. AUGUSTINE GRADES MONDAY — Goulash, buttered peas, bread and butter, pear sauce and milk. TUESDAY — Barbecued wieners on buns, tossed salad, apple crisp and milk. WEDNESDAY - Meat,loaf with pickles, buttered corn, pear salad, bread and butter, orange juice and milk. THURSDAY — Bacon with baked beans, ground ham sandwiches, cabbage and pineapple salad, peach sauce and milk. FRIDAY — Egg salad sandwiches, cheese slices, baked potatoes with butter, fruit jello and milk. Business Notes NATIONAL AWARD Donald Feuerhak, 104 N. 13th St., won an electric shaver in a nation-wide contest sponsored by a national retail jewelry organization. Feuerhak entered the contest through Roger's Credit Jewelers. The contest offered $30,000 in prizes including three 1959 cars. BLUE CROSS CHANGE The Minnesota Hospital Service Assn. (Blue Cross) board of trus- itees recently approved a revised | method of payment to hospitals I which will effect approximately 70 I of the 175 Blue Cross participating hospitals in the state. Ill announcing the move, Richard T. Crist, president said: "This new payment formula will go a ilong way to stablize the reserve i structure of Minnesota Blue | Cross. Such a move is necessary | in view of increasing costs and I frequency of use of care by Blue Cross members and their families." Crist pointed out that increasing costs and frequency of hospital admissions are problems common to every area of the country. Crist explained that the unprecedented rise in the use and cost of care in the past 11 months has made it necessary to draw froin 'reserves to pay hospital bills for I subscribers. ^ j "Adequate reserves," Crist con- itinued, "are as necessary for Blue i Cross as they are for a bank or for an insurance company. It jwill take at least a year or so before we are able to build our i reserve position up to a point satisfactory to the board of trus- ' tees." READ CLASSIFIED AQS IOWA NEWS EXCEED RECORD DBS MOINES tf) - The number of business, incorporating In Iowa for the first time exceeded all previous records in 1958 Secretary of State Melvin D. Synhorst said Friday. By the end of November 791 new corporations had filed articles of incorporation with the secretary of state's office, compared with 780 in all of 1957. DRIVER TAKES OWN LIFE DOWS .W! — The driver of a car involved in the second fatal traffic death in Iowa this year committed suicide at his farm home near Dows.- The body of Melvin Rout, 40, was discovered Friday morning in his farm home eight miles southwest of Dows. Authorities said he had taken his own life with a .410 shotgun. EXPRESS .PERMIT. REVOKED DES MOINES Ml — The Iowa Commerce Commission, contending Circle Express, Inc. of Waterloo failed to operate within regulations prescribed for a contract carrier, Friday, revoked the company's permit, effective Jan. 31. PRESBYTERIAN MERGER AMES UB — Three Presbyterian synods in Iowa formally merged Thursday into a denomination called the Synod of Iowa, United Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. LARGER CHAPLAIN ROLE DES MOINES UP) — The State Board of Control is developing a program providing for chaplains to play a greater role in the rehabilitation of mental patients and prisoners in Iowa's state institutions. BOMB ORDINANCE DES MOINES W) — The Des Moines City Council has voted final passage of an ordinance directed at persons who make false reports of the planting of bombs or other explosives. The maximum penalty would be a $100-fine or a 30-day jail term. Burglars Make $310 Haul at- Racine Burglars" made off with about $300 in merchandise and $10 in cash at the Jahn's and Thompson Implement Co., Racine early this morning. Deputy Sheriff C. H. Halstenson said the front door was pried open and applicances including a power saw, mixers, and toasters were stolen. The store had been broken into Dec, 4 when $35 was stolen. The sheriff's office reported the thieves have since been apprehended in Rochester and are facing a burglary count.. Clothing Burns Up in Basement Dryer Mrs. Joe Schmidt, 403 N. Fifth, lost all the clothes in a dryer about 10:15 a.m. today when they caught fire. Firemen were called and quickly doused the blaze. The basement was filled with smoke and a power fan was needed to draw it out, firemen said. Considerable damage was done to the dryer. At 10:55 a.m. Friday, a smell of smoke brought firemen to the home of Roland Finley, 403 Lyman Lane. There was no fire. Hellickson Heads Spring Valley Club SPRING VALLEY, Minn. Merito Hellickson was installed president of the Spring Valley Kiwanis Club Monday by Ben Sanford, past lieutenant governor. Other officers are Joel Jacobs, vice president; Sanford, secretary; and Tom Duffert, Harry Chipman, Ernest Winter Leo Rendahl, Harry Brand and Lew Gaugert, directors. Harold Beil received a 14-year- perfect attendance award and attendance tabs ranging down to one year were awarded. TEMPERATURES Hi Lo Pep 0 -It 3 -20 •12 -29 13 -14 24 -6 tfi -18 22 -24 •4 .8 -5 •14 •11 44 •18 •10 -16 -10 -22 •10 -26 40 33 .07 41 25 T 14 9 T 4(1 38 0 -14 29 29 21 17 0 6 -7 .11 .03 .46 .02 .14 .06 Alexander Bemidji Intl Falls Redwood Falls Rochester St. Cloud Duluth La Crossc Madison Mason City Minot Fargo Rapid City Calgary Edmonton Regina Winnipeg Albany, cloudy- Albuquerque, snow Anchorage, snow Atlanta, clear Bismarck, clear Boston, clear 42 34 Buffalo, cloudy 40 28 Chicago, snow 30 12 Cleveland, cloudy 39 31 Denver, snow 24 -4 Des Moines, clear 25 •! Detroit, cloudy 38 31 Fort Worth, cloudy 61 20 Helena, cloudy -4 -24 Indianapolis, clear 40 2f> Kansas City, snow 35 4 .11 Los Angeles, clear 65 Louisville, clear 48 Memphis, clear 52 Miami, cloudy 82 Milwaukee, snow 35 Mpls.-Sl.Paul, clear 24 New Orleans, cloudy 51 New York, clear 49 Oklahoma City, snow 35 Omaha, cloudy 18 Philadelphia, clear 52 Phoenix, clear G2 43 Pittsburgh, clear 39 22 Portland, Me., clear 37 27 Portland, Ore., clear 35 18 Rapid City, clear 6 -14 Richmond, cloudy 47 '33 St. Louis, snow 45 11 T Salt Lake City, cloudy 32 10 .05 San Diego, clear 65 55 San Francisco, clear 56 44 Seattle, clear 34 10 Tampa, cloudy 73 61 1.35 Washington, cloudy M M M (M —Missing; T — Trace) College Basketball California 54, Washington 43 UCLA 62, Idaho 53 Stanford 59, Washington State 40 Southern California 05, Oregon 50 West Virginia 80, Yale 52 Utah State 69, Washington St. Louln 0 Rhode Island 84, Vermont 77 Seattle 98. Miami (Ohio) 73 Providence 76, Gonr-aga 65 South Dakota 68, Crelghton 53 San Jose State 64, Arizona 62 (ot) Arizona Stato Univ 80, Santa Clara SPRINGFIELD INVITATIONAL Semifinals Williams 78, Massachusetts 05 Springfield 53, Amhcrst 42 Consolation Harvard 68, Aremlcan Intl 81 New Hampshire 76, Mlddlebury 63 DOWNEAST CLASSIC Semifinals Colby 60, Bowdoln 54 St. Mlcnacla (Vt) 63, Bo Us 44 Consolation Rutgers 78, Tufta 51 Maine 78. Wesleyan 57 South Dakota State 86, Mucalester 70 South Dakota 03, Crelghton University 53 Mornlngsldc 76, Mankato State 67 HOCKEY Michigan Tech 3, North Dakota 2 Minnesota 3, Colorado College 2 (ot) Layne, Matson Ducking Bowl LOS Jan. 17. (A p) _ p iUs . Sout J Ex-College Stars on Air Force Tour WASHINGTON (AP) - Thirteen former college stars coached by Charles (Buzz) Bennett, ex-Minnesota player, make up the Air Force ; team which will represent the United States in the world basketball tournament at Santiago, Chile 49 23 33 74 5 -7 45 35 6 •3 28 .11 .02 .44 60 58 BOWLING AUSTIN BOWL INTER CITY LEAGUE Wlnkols Const. Co, 858 806 790—2454 Brownsdale Bum* 784 803 763—2350 Farmall 6 798 785 858—2441 Nates 962 875 823—2fiCO Anderson Builders . .786 773 795—2354 Pox Candy ttie 736 801—2445 Boric Imp. Co 88667-1554—1814 Unknown 064 680 800—2154 Harveys Mobil 720812660—2192 King WOOW Hotel ,.662 895 821—2388 Additional May Recall Ball Players From Cuba NEW YORK (AP)-Mnjor and minor league clubs today considered the advisability of recalling their players from atrife-rid- den Cuba. Baseball Commissioner Ford „ , _ , , - , , „ ,. ,,,,,. Frick has given the green light i Hula Bowl ' So ?OBCh Jim Lee i worlds figure skating titles. He lo such action without fear of vio-1 Howe11 of the New York CManta.jwas a bronze medalist in the 1958 lating any agreement.'A similar, who nssemble d "Is Eastern all-j Olympics. Irp 6y> burgh's Bobby Layne and Olllei Bennett la now athletic director Matson of the Chicago Cnrdinflls at Andrews Air Force Base. have started a controversy by| ducking the Pro Bowl to be played } in Los Angeles Jan. 11. «« In Hawaii for Sunday's Springs won the 1937 and 1958 AUSTIN (Mirvn.} HERAtft f f Saturday, Jan. 3, 10*9 II SKATE .WINNER | David Jenkins of Colorado directive was Issued In Colum- stnr sqund for its first workotlt bus, Ohio, by Georbo M. Traut-i day< cnlled upon Etldie LcBar °" man, president of the minors. ! of Washl "f? to n and Tommy Mc, e mnors. •The Cuban Winter League hasj°°™ ld of Philadelphia to replace ' been shut down during the revolu- '< tion. Frlck told the club owners to! use their own judgment in any recall action. None of the players them. Legal Notice ORDER FOR HhAIUNU ON FINAL ACCOUNT AND PIITJTION FOR DISTRIBUTION. STATE OP MINNESOTA, County 01 National Football League Com- ! have been reported Involved any incidents. in in Phila- lcll ° wn AK Oscar B. Zcrkel, Decedent. delpllia thnt tlie contract of every j named estate''having filed ifer "firm* NFL player requires participation ""count nnti petition for wsttiwnent . ., _/ _ .... . ' "' and nllownnce thereof nnd for dtotrl- ,u r, r, , ,, i in the Pro Bowl, if he is selected, bution to the persons thereunto en- Bell said he would recommend tlticrt: IT IS ORDERED. That the thereof be hrul on the 27th <lny of ' Almenclnres and Marianao, each; sever . e P cnallie ? ^ both play of which have seven players un-i crs when thc club owners mec t!*Xe tunuourfin the"pronoun der contract to major league j Jnn ' 2l ln Philadelphia. '"" "- " teams, are Involved in a hot fight for the pennant. -... tho court house In Austin, I Minnesota, and that notice hereof be outer In by mall- Art Fowler, a pitcher for the Spokane Indians of the Pacific Coast League, said by phone Friday from Havana that he was advised the league would resume operations next Monday. International League President Frank Shaughnessy said in Montreal he plans no action concerning players performing in Cuba from the Triple AA leagues. Some of the major leaguers down there include Minnie Minoso of Cleveland; Tony Taylor, Chicago Cubs; Cnmilo Pascual, Albie Pearson and Pedro Ramos of Washington; Chico Fernandez of Philadelphia; and Bob Shaw, Chicago White Sox. 0 Hockey Interpreter Wants New Moon Job MINNEAPOLIS (AP)-If Russia ever lands its expeditionary force on the moon it has a volunteer in Roman Kiselev "to be official interpreter." Kiselev is travling with the Russian hockey team that plays the U.S. Nationals here today. He is (he only member of the Russian group who speaks fluent English. He and members of the team heard about the Russian moon- shot here Friday night and also about reported Soviet plans to land an expeditionary spaca force on the moon. "I think I would make an excellent interpreter," said the joke- cracking Kiselev. He didn't explain what he would 'interpret or to whom. Winter Conceit at Riceville Jan. 18 RICEVILLE, Iowa — The winter concert of Riceville High School music groups will be held Jan. 18. The Girls Glee Club, Mixed Chorus and Concert Band will be featured in the program directed by William B. Diederich. MARKET Saturday, Jan. 3, 1958 The following prices were paid at While the Eastern squad was| Uie Ml(fU]1 ^ working today at Bovard Field,led notice as provided by in« Datod Dccombnr 30th, 1!>M PAUL KIMBALL, JH. Probnte Judge home of the University of Southern California Trojans, Coach Weeb TTu/linnl- /.allar) l,l« \lu n «i «~, J i (PROBATE COURT SEAL) Ewbank called Ins West squad to- PHILIP RICHARDSON gether at Wrigley Field, Ewbank I Attorney tor .Petitioner AllHt'" vt l« *» *i>-*» t A who directed the Baltimore Colls | FIK. NO. to their first NFL title last week, is expected to start off with his ace quarterback, Johnny Unitas, Austin, Minnesota, •'an._3_,_JO.j7 Legal Notice onntsrt FOR HKARINC: ON FINAL NOY 5«6 ' r An Ordinance (Unending Ordlnsncft < No. Ml enUUM "<Att 0«lflan<S« «*-, tabiuwng Rates ana R«ulttUffl« M'"Sewer Services and WwWlAg tot th» t Collection thtreai." THE vrt,uu>E cotmctt* ov VILLAGE OF MAPLEVIKW DO DAIN AS TOtitiOWS.' """. section 1. action i of Ordinance Ho. «3 of the village of M»pl«tl«r, Mower County, Minnesota, in hereby . amended to read M follows: "Section l. sewer service charge* • from »nd »£for tn« flrtt day of January, i»S9, ww«r rental »h»U b< payable quarterly on or before tha istn day of April, July, October and ' January at the following rental ' rate: , • (a) A minimum rental clWge ot $1.01 per month shall be levied against each service connection through which sewage li being dl** charged, or 100% of the water bill of each service connection coinput* ed on the ba»U ot water ullage during the winter quarter, whichever is higher, provided, however, that where a sewer service connection emta at a place where a municipal water la not used then-fcnd la that event the sewer rental charge will b« a, flat rate of $1.87 per month. (h) In the case of multiple dwelling and commercial and Indiwtrlal buildings a charge as provided by In Section 1 (a) herein shall b* levied against each unit of a multiple dwelling, commercial or Industrial building having a service connection through which sewage It beini? directly or Indirectly discharged. Statements will b« prepared for * period ot three months with 50a added to the sewer rental for that quarter. The additional SOo shall be deducted if the rental la paid on or before the dl»count date appearing on the statement." . Ap . a «f d *>y tl >e Village Council this, 30th day of December, 1958. El-AtER YOUNO Mayor Atlwt: MRS. W. T. CBIWSTIAJJSON Clerk (SEAL) J9.Q. 1 directing the West. Bill Wade of ACCOUN ^, 8A T N ;[inuTTo T N.° N F ° R the Los Angeles Rams will spell ^ him. Minnesota, nnd bo Riven by Devaney Interested in Maryland Job COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP)Wyoming football coach Bob Devaney, invited to the University of Mnrvland tn tnllr nhnnl Mm nnnM, muryiana 10 taut aooui me coacn- ing vacancy here, says the discussions were merely exploratory and the job "was not offered to me." Devaney says he's interested in the coaching job, vacated when Tommy Mont's contract was noli 1 "" 0 No - h<!59 renewed, but he added: "J got the impression they (college officials) were going to wait until after the NCAA convention in Cincinnati Jan. 7" before deciding on Mont's successor. Devaney is a 43-year-old graduate of Alma College in Michigan. Mont was forced to resign after 3 loshg season, in which his teams won 11 games, lost 18 and tied 1. Gunfher Ranks 21st in College Scoring NEW YORK Wi— Dave Gunther of Iowa, goes into the Big Ten basketball race with a national rankins of 21st among major college individual scorers. Gunther has scored 132 points in six non-conference games for a 22- point • a - game average. Jim Jackson of Iowa Teachers is second in rebounds for small colleges in the NCAA statistics. He had 123 rebounds in six games. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County Of Mower—as. in Probate Court In Re EsliUe of A«ge Austby, Decedent. Thp representative of the above named estate having filed his final account and petition for settlement tind allowance thereof and for distribution to the persons thereunto entitled; IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing thereof be had on the 2nd clay of February, 1M9, tit 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In Austin, Ordinance time notice hereof of this order In tho Austin Dully Herald nntl by mnllcd notice as provided by law, Dated December 31st, 1958, PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Probate Judge. (PROBATE rrtTTOT SEAL) PAUL B. CROSS > Attorney for Petitioner. Spring Vixlloy, Minnesota Jan. 3, 10, 17 Thill Imp 800 800 832—2432 \ 180-1W Austin Bowl 781 709 845—2345 j 190-220 Midland 700780804—2290 McCormlck Farm . .703 720 826—2255 Austin. Barrows and Gilts Oriidlns No. 1 160-170 170-180 Waltham Plumbing 778 843 937—2558 220-230 230-240 240-250 Farmers Grain "co* 698800725—22231260-270 270-280 n i. , ,_ ... 280-290 Bowling $ Top Five 38Q - 300 NO. 2 13.75 H.75 15.75 ..18.75.. ..16.45.. ..18.J5.. ..15.85.. No. 3 INTER CITY LEAGUE L. Thomas 586 H. Shankland 570 B. Sathre L. Williams Ulven ..522 ..521 CAPTAIN AT CENTER EAST LANSING, Mich. UP> — Don Wright of Dearborn, Mich., will captain Michigan State's 1959 football team. He is a 218-pound center. SIDE GLANCES .15.25.. .14.95., .14.65.. .16.33 .16.05 .15.75 .15.45 .15.15 .14.85 .14.55 .14.25 17.15.. 16.85.. ........16.55.. 16.25.. ........15.95.. 15.65.. 15.35.. 15.05.. 14.75....14.35....13.95 All butchers weighing nvrr 300 Ibs are priced the same as sows ol the same wgt classification, PACKING SOWS No. 1 No. 2 14.40. 14.15. 13.90. 13.65. .......13.15. .......12.65. 12.15. Oracling 270-300 , COO-330 330-3*0 400-450 450-500 500-550 550-up No. 3 ..13.GO .13.35 ,.13.10 .12.85 .12.35 .11.85 .11.35 "While he'» reading those reports, would you mind jotting dawn thai; recipe of your* for barbecue tauce?" .14.00. .13,75. .13.50. .13.25. .12.05. .12.25. .11.75. . 11.85. ...11.25.,. .10.85 STAGS Stags under 400 8.25 Stags 400-600 7,50 Stags over 600 8-50 Underflntshed cull or filled hogs .u»t be discounted »ccordlng!y. All nogs are subject to government inspection 1958 SPRING IAMB MARKET Choice & Prime 19.50 Choice ....,...,,,.19.00 Oood 17.50-18.50 Medium 16.50-17.00 Common 12.00 down All buck ambs discounted $1 per hundred weight by grade. Lambs over 100 Ibs. discounted 20c per cwt per pound over 100. VEAL MARKET Veal e*lvM of sJl weight* tod clt«- »» purchased Choice 180-230 31.50-33.00 Cfood 180-230 28.00-29.SO Standard 26 00-27 00 Utility 180-230 Ibs 23.00-2-5.50 Choice heavy 2 J 0-300 Ibs. ..28.00-29.50 Good heavy 240-300 Ifo.s. ..26.00-27.50 Culls all weight 10.00-19.00 All calves over 300 Iba. discounted S3 TWT Veal calres will be accepted at Austin until 9:30 a.m. Friday No marfcef n Saturday CATTLE MARKET 0. 8. Prim* tteers ti year"BS 27.25-29.00 0 S Choice steers * vetr- lings 25.25-27.50 0 s Good steers * yearling* 23.50-2fi.00 0 8 Standard »'«r« & yearlings 21.25-23.75 All heifers 25 cents to 50 cents CWT under steer prices All steers over 1.050 Ibs and heifers over 9iO It*,, are 1'sctmmed acrnrdln? to weight U. S. Commercial Cows ..17.50-20.00 U. S. Utility Cows 16,75-18.25 Cutler 16.00-17.75 Cancers 14 50-1675 Fat Bulls 18.50-22.00 Sausage Bu'.M , 18.7&-24.00 Lt. Wt Thin Bulls 1400-1600 AUSTIN GRAIN MARKET Soybeans ...$202 Oats '.^ Corn i)3 STOCKS George A. Homel t Co. Common Stock (Wrlcht WtU» t C«.) Legal Notice OIIDKR FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL, MM. IT1NO TIME TO FILE CLAIMS AND FOR HEARING THEREON STATE OP MINNESOTA, County Of Mower—M In Probate Court In Be Eitata of Hfinry Schartz, also known as Harry Schortz, Dccedont, F. M. Heftton having filed a petition for the probate of the will of said decadent and for the appointment of P. M. Heftton as Executor, which Will Is on fllo lu thla Court and open to Inspection; IT IS ORDERED. That tn« hcarlns thereof be had on the 21st day ot January, a»59, at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate court room in the court house in Austin, Minnesota, nnd that objections to the allowance of said will, If any, bo filed before aald time of hearing; that the time within which creditors of said decedent may flic their claims be limited to four months from the date hereof, and that the claims so filed be heard on the 27th day of April, 1959, at 10 o'clock A. M,, before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In Austin, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this ardor In th« Austin Dally Her. aid and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated December 24th. 1W8. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Probate Judge, (PROBATE COURT SEAL) CATHBRWOOD. HUGHES & ALDER. 8ON. Attorneys for Petitioner Austin, Minnesota Pile No. 11859 Dec. 27, Jnn. 3, 10 NO. 565 An Ordinance amending Ordlnunc* No. 508 which relates to the establishment of rates and regulations 'or water services and providing for th« collection, thereof. THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OP THE VILLAGE OP MAPLKVIEW ORDAINS' Section 1. Section 1 of Ordinance No, 538 Is hereby amended to read M follows; "Section I. From, and after th« first day of January, 1050, water••rate* shall be payable quarterly on or before thc 15th day of April July, October and January at the following rate for wat« used for such quarters M Indicated by the meter supply'of such service. A minimum charge of Ji.oo ner quarter Is hereby established to cover water pumpoge, bookkeeping expenses and motor rental. All water sold shall bo measured by meters, water consumed in excess of 23,000 gallons per quarter will b« charged at-the rate of lOc per thousand gal- ••• Statements will be mad* up for a period of three months with soc added to the water charge. The additional 50c shall be deducted If paid on or before the discount date * appearing on the statement." ™f>! u> !? tl b ^ £?* vmaffe Council lhl«* 30th day of December, 1958. ELMER YOUNG Mayor Attest; MRS. W. F. CmWSTTANSON Clerk (SEAL) Jan. l $15,000 A YEAR IS NOT TOO MUCH FOR US TO PAY THE RIGHT MAN TMi man will be promotion minded with thc ability and llamino to call on people, train talesmen, and build sales. He will bt Qiven en exclusive franchise (of sale of our product in this area ot no Investment to him. This is a new and unique investment backed by a $2,000,000 advcnislnj' program In Llf«, Look, Saturday Evening Post, Time, TV and Radio. There it no other opportunity, service, or investment like this. The man selected will be provided a drawing account and given top training. The right man will be able to build this to a $30,000 to $40,000 yearly income! We will have a representative in this area to interview applicants in the near future. Send your name and address and brief description now. X'll replies are strictly confidential. Box F7, 327, Austin, Minn. Bid 55 Asked 57 SPECIAL DAIRY COW SALE 92 Head High Grade & Registered Holstelns SALE TO BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7 Starting promptly at 1:00 P. M., at East end of Main Street, West Concord, Minn. We*t Concord it located 22 mile* West of Rochester, Minn, on Hwy. 14 then 7 miles North on Hwy. 56. It will poy you to drive many mllet to view thii choice offering. Sal* condMCttd under sover regardless of weather. Free delivery up ro 100 milei with purchase of 8 01 more head. Alt truck* have enclosed vans to insure safe delivery of cattle. All animals T.B. & Bongs tested—most are calfhood vaccinated. 24—Holstein cows fresh from 1 to 3 weeks with 2nd calve*. 13—Holstein cows close up or fresh by sale date with 2nd coif, 15—Holstein cows fresh from 1 to 3 weeks with 3rd calf. 16—Holstein cows close up or fresh by sole date with 3rd calf. 7—Holstein cows 1st calf heifers—just fresh or close up. 10—Holttein heifer calves—1 day to 2 weeks. 2—Outstanding registered bulls—14 and 16 months; out c-l artificial breeding. Dams records up to 698 IPS. B.F.; with 924 Ibs. B.F. on Sires side. This ij one of the finest offerings of high clots cow» it hot be«a my privilege to sell — featuring good si*e, type, excellent udders, and lots of quojity. Fresh cow* producing 50-85 Ibs doily. All cowi guaranteed, FRANK MATHIAS, Owner Auctioneers — Dwoyne "Shorty" Huotington fir Mike Maibiot Clerk — Thoro Solos Company, Rochester, Mnin. AUCTION SALE DATES Pleatf PrcMrvc This Calendar for Future Reference Published By ART SPARKS AUCTIONEER Sergeant, Minn. SAT., JAN. 3 — 12:30 p.m. 4 miles cost Brownsdole, Vz north, cattle, hogs, sheep, ponies, corn, machinery, etc. Clifford Green, owner. TUES., JAN. 6 — 12:30 p.m. 3 miles east Wykoff, 24 Hoi- steins, 26 hogs, feed, good line power machinery. Loren Garnatz, owner. THURS., JAN. 8 — 12:30 p.m. 2'/2 miles north Hayfield on 56, 8 bred sows, 500 pullets, very good line machinery and furniture. F. W. Kalahar & Son. SAT., JAN. 10—12:30 p.m. 2'/2 miles east Sargeont, 3 north, 27 choice Holstelns, 115 chickens, excellent line machinery, feed. Joe Hegna. MON., JAN. 12—1 p.m. West edge Hayfield, livestock, machinery, feed, etc. Mrs, Emma Stoekel, owner. THURS., JAN. 15—12:30 p.m. 1 mile north Lansing, 50 choice Holsteins. 12 — purebred bred sows Cr gilts, 215 pullets, feed, outstanding line power machinery, etc. Everett Correy & Estelle Thompson. MON., JAN. 19—12:30 p.m. 4 miles south Elkton, 3 east end '/2 south, Holstein cattle, feed, good line machinery, Robert Wigham, owner. TUES., JAN. 20 — 12:30 p.m. 4 miles north Byron, livestock, machinery, etc. Harvey Buck, owner * TUIS,, JAN. 2T — 12:30 p.m. 7 miles N.E. Claremont. Livestock and machinery. Hemme Trof, owner. THURS., JAN. 29—12:30 p.m. 9 miles east Hayfield on 30, 2 north, Holstein cattle, hogs, feed and machinery, etc. Harris McClelland, owner. TUES., FEB. 3—12 NOAH IVz miles east Sargeant. % south, outstanding herd of Guernsey cattle, high Dhlq records, machinery and feed. Obert and Virgil Norveson, owners. THURS., FEB. 5 — 12:30 p.m. 3 miles north Waltham on 56 then 2 west, livestock, feed and nearly new power machinery. Mell DeVriendt, own- SA1V, FEB. 7 — 12:30 p.m. 2 Vz miles east Racine, Improved 100 acre farm, livestock, feed and machinery. H. T. Plink, owner TUES., FEB. 10 — 11;OQ a.m. 3'/2 miles S.E. Kosson, large reg. herd of Holsjtelni, machinery, feed, etc. Morris Hiffj, owner. ' May we put you an our larg* frge mailing list. If you are planning an auction, call pester 33J30, let us explain our complete «#• tion service; *$$ why « employ us to conduct thei MT

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