The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 7, 1959 · Page 2
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Austin, Minnesota
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Wednesday, January 7, 1959
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3-AUSftN (Minn.) HERALD VITAL STATISTICS Births At St. OtAP HOSPItAL Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Houff, 811 W. Oakland, ton,- Jan. 5. Mr. awS Mrs. Donald Petschow, Austin Rt. 4, sen, Jan. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kroger, Hayfield, son, Jan. 6. Mr, and Mrs. Richard Lembrick, Austin, daughter, Jan. 6. Marriage Licenses Dale F. Drum, Waterloo, Iowa, and Patricia L. Cornelius, LeRoy. Deaths JOHN P. ANDERSON John P. Anderson, Yakima, Wash., died Monday afternoon. A former Austin resident, he is survived by his wife, Etta Cooper Anderson, and a son Robert. MISS NELLTE G. BACON Miss Nellie G. Bacon, 85, Brownsdale, died Tuesday afternoon at Shakopee, Minn. She had made her home in Brownsdale with her sister, the late Mrs. H. B. Hillier, and brother • in • law, H. B. Hillier. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon. MRS. CHRIS JOHNSON Mrs. Chris (Anna) Johnson, 89. Wednesday, Jan. 7, 1959 jat 2 'p.m. Tlvur*1rw at the Mnrt7.|*n y.irs of hiph school at Brown*- rd. Also thanks to the Ladies Aid, 'Funeral Home, LeRoy, the Rev. dale and then came in to AustyrRev. Friedrich for his comforting George Barnitt officiating. Inter- going by horseback to school in the prayers and visits Dr Sargeant ment will be in LeRoy Cemetery i days of livery stables. Dr. Fischer, nurses and nurses with the LeRoy Masonic Lodge in His first venture in business was aids for the wonderful care givan charge of graveside services. | salesman for an oil company, driv-im«. Your kindness will always h* Erickson Rest Home, Fountain. She is survived by e son, Albert of Phoenix; three daughters, Mrs. Sig Anderson, Chatfield, Mrs. Hotda Carlson. Spring Val ley, and Mrs. Arthur Thorson, Fountain; a brother. John S. Hoff, Peterson; 16 grand children and) 26 great-grandchildren. Services will be Thursday afternoon at Spring Valley. CASEY INFANT The infant daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Casey, Minneapolis, died at birth Dec. 22 at Midway Hospital, St. Paul. Mrs. Casey is the former Claire Me- Kallor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McKallor, 206 W. Bridge. She will continue to be a patient at Midway Hospital for several weeks. Her room number is 106. MISS HAZEL WALKER Miss Hazel Walker, 62, died this morning at the Halvorson Rest Home, where she had been a patient several years. A teacher by profession, Miss Walker taught school in Mower County for many years. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by the Mayer Funeral Home. Funerals MORSE — Funeral services for BLOCK — Funeral services for Louis A. Block, Brownsdale, will j ing to neighboring towns by horse and buggy. Then he bought a farm in Windom Township, board remembered. God bless you all. Mrs, Herman Dumke We wish to express our thanks and appreciation to the relatives, ... ." . •—•»: ; o»u HIUVCU 10 /Miami, purcnasmg friends and neighbors for the many ment will be in Onkwood Ceme-| a p]ace of business which he still acts of kindness shown us during erv ' ! J :he recent illness and death of our beloved husband, father and grandfather. We arc especially grateful to Rev. Foster, the organist, solo- be held at 2 p.m. Thursday ati ing wit h Mr. and Mrs. Thomas the Mayer Funeral Home, the Rev. Christiansen until he sold his farm Melvin Hauge officiating. Inter- |and moved to — ~ "» purchasln » r t^rmmmfj I owned. _ . " . He also bought the house at 303 Bridge, where he Spring Valley, died Monday at the]Milton Morse, LeRoy, will be held Regardless of the price, we are equally willing /o serve at all hours and with equal consideration to all. FUNERAL CHAPEL 510 W. Oakland HE 3-7619 p v OM m ,r " ' oe w Ernest Norris, Oakland Rt. 1, will his bride Hc wag married ,„ Jfln _ lu tvcv . r[)3ier) ine or(?amst) ^ «f. n w j T ft™' 1 !l lur9d f y ^ "ary, 1025, to Emma Brown. They M«* ™* the pallbearers. Special the Oakland Lutheran Church the; had „ h , Jf g h j thanks for the many memorials in\? ,°J u 1' ^ceeded him in death. His sister,!^ flowers. Your kindness will ln "-« " ------ — tery. Friends may call at t h efc^^',^ ^ ^ "^ Bonnerup and Son Funeral Chap, i heTr de8th ln 19a6 ' , ., AIV,.^ t .. i Lyman was a very devoted and ei, Aioert uea. j, . . . .. . •helpful son to his parents, always HERZOG - Funeral services If help to hi * brothe " antl sis ; ters, a very happy and congenial for John Herzog, Long Beach, Calif., will be held at 9:30 a.m. Friday at St. Augustine Church. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery. Rosary service will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Mayer Funera Home. The body will arrive in Austin late Thursday afternoon. BACON — Funeral services for Miss Nellie G. Bacon, Brownsdole, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Brownsdale Methodist Church, the Rev. William Foster officiating. Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery some time later. Friends may call at the church from 12 noon Friday until the time of service. Arrangements are by the Jordan Mortuary. Obituaries LYMAN A. MOTT Lyman A. Mott, 87, a resident of Mower County for 80 years, was born at Eyota, in Olmstead County, Minn. He was the second son of Lorenzo and Sarah Mott. Lyman many times gave thanks for having lived in the best years of this century. His parents went to the west coast when Lyman was six years old. After spending the winter there and not finding what they had expected, they returned to Minnesota and settled on the farm now occupied by Frank and Minnie Mott Bushman, six miles northeast of town. Lyman attended country school, always be remembered. Mrs. William Van Riper and Family In Memoriam •• In loving memory of Fred W. (Bill) Kurrash who passed away ./an. 7, 1956. Your chair has long been empty, Your voice has long been still, But the hearts that learn to love you Miss you and always will. Sadly missed by his Children and Grandchildren Ambulance Runs TUESDAY 4:15 p.m. - Austin Clinic to St. Olaf Hospital. 6:24 p.m. — Lansing to St. Olaf Hospital. WEDNESDAY 9:05 a.m. — 908 Padden to St Olaf Hospital. A cloudburst or gully-buster is the description given to a torren tsSfwytivUK^Aif 100 TABLETS - U.S.P. 5 GRAIN ASPIRIN TABLETS ONLY 13 IPANA Tooth Paste 2 Giant Tubes ONLY 89c GLEEM Economy Sixe Tooth Paste 12c OFF ONLY 57c RUBBING ALCOHOL Purepac Alcorub Regular 59c ONLY 29c NEW Lustre Creme Lotion 2 i ONLY 99c LUSTRE CREME SPRAY NET $2.00 Economy Size SPECIAL 99c REVLON Medicated Silicare With Built-in Pump A ONLY $2.00 PALMOLIVE DANDRUFF REMOVER SHAMPOO r ONLY 69c REDEEM YOUR COUPON FOR Econo-Mycin, Economy Warfarin and "Get Thai Mouse" al PEOPLES DRUG-NOWl We Handle ARMIDEXIN and FE-50 Injection Iron "for Small Pigs WE GIVE GOLD BOND STAMPS PEOPLES 203 N. Main DRUG HE 3-3161 person to all who knew him. His parents, brothers, Grant and Edwin, and sister, Bertha, pre- ceeded him in death. He has a brother, Orren of Detroit Lakes, and two sisters, Clara Rugg and Minnie Bushman. He was a faithful member of the Methodist Church and of the Masonic Lodge. Funeral services were held Monday, Jan. 5, 1959, at 2 p.m. at the Jordan Mortuary Chapel with Rev, William J. Campbell officiating. Interment was at Oakwood Cemetery. Fidelity Lodge 39 AF & AM was in charge of Masonic rites. Out-of-town people attending the service included Mrs. Orren Mott, Bennie Mott, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Moltzan, Detroit Lakes, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jorgenson, St. Ansgar, Iowa. 1869 William Van Riper 1958 ,,,•,,. ,. „ _. |...- «-"«•»tK»«»"i given iu a lorren- William Henry Van Riper, son tial rain best known as a flash of Garrett and Elizabeth Van Rip- flood. The Weather Bureau's of- er, was born Oct. 6, 1869, in ficial definition of a flash flood Franklin County, Iowa, where he is "a local flood which rises and resided the early part of his life, subsides rapidly.' He was married to Estella Emily Reeves, Athens, Ohio, on Aug. 18, 1901, at Aredale, Iowa. To this union nine children were born, two of whom preceded him in death. He moved with his family to Sargeant, Minn., in September, 1919, where he resided until 1936, when they moved to a farm, near Grand Meadow. He and his wife retired and moved to Brownsdale in 1939, where he resided until his death. He passed away at St. Olaf Hospital, Austin, Dec. 31, 1958, after an illness of two weeks, at the age of 89 years 2, months, 25 days. He is survived by his wife, Estella; five daughters, Ruth (Mrs. Willis Buirge), Mason City, Ileta (Mrs. Louis Meier), Brownsdale, Naomi (Mrs. Ralph Meier), Grand Rapids, Elizabeth (Mrs. Gail Cart), Lansing, Lavon (Mrs, Carl Holm), Grand Rapids; two sons, Dale of Riverside, Calif,, and Darwin of Kenyon; two brothers, James of Lake Mills, Iowa, and Robert of New Hartford, Iowa. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon, Jan. 2, the Rev. Foster officiating. Pallbearers were Charles Steward, Ralph Priebe, William Pike Sr., Lloyd Drake, Oilman Heard, Jerry Doocy. Card of Thanks I wish to thank all my friends and relatives for their cards, visits and kind deeds while I was H patient at Memorial Hospital, :Osage. Special thanks to Dr. Owen, nurses and 'nurses aids for their (good care and Mr. Vigen for his 1 visits and prayers. It was very much appreciated. Mrs. Adeline Geffert I wish to thank my family, rel- i atives and friends for the beauti- I ful plants and cards I received (while a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Also thanks to Dr. Hagen, the priests of Queen of Angels and St. Augustine, the nurses and nurses aids on first floor. I appreciated it i very much. Ed Schumacher I sincerely wish to thank all of my friends and neighbors for the lovely cards and flowers I receiv- BUDGET OIL CO. Presents the AUSTIN PACKERS Swimming Team PAUL MICKELSON A member of Coach Verne Ojanpo's Swimming team is Pout Mickelson. Paul is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mickelson 6)1 Walnut. Mr. .Mickelson is a Welfare Officer of the Mower County Welfare Office. Paul is a second veof Bock stroke swimmer on the Austin High team. He is a Sophomore who is a member of the Sr. High Bond and Latin Club. His sporting interests include Football and Track in addition to Swimming. A Public Service $1,750 Verdict for Thompson Another Belt Line condemnation case got under way in Mower County District Court this morn ing after a sealed verdict of a condemnation case involving Harry L. and Ida M. Thompson and the State of Minnesota was read by Clerk of Court William Sucha. The Thompsons were not brought into the proceedings until they forced it on a writ of mandamus. No land was taken, but damage was claimed because' of the pedestrian underpass near LaFollette street. The jury found the Thompsons were entitled to $1,750. Appraisers in 1957 had set the figure at Sl.OOO and the Thompsons had claimed the award is inadequate while the state petitioned that it was excessive. The case under way this morning involves the State and William L. and Violet Crilly. Alfred Is Seated as House Member WASHINGTON (AP)-Dr. Dale Alford of Little Rock was seated today as a member of the new House. Alford, segregationist who un seated the veteran Brooks Hays (D-Ark) last November, took the oath of office alone in the well of the House after members, on a voice vote, had adopted a resolution to give him a seat. An objection to Alford taking the oath had been made by Rep. John Dingell (D-Mich). Speaker Sam Rayburn (D-Tex) directed the Ar kansasn to stand aside temporarl READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Utilities Dept. Hit in Claim by Contractor A claim for $1,958.34 because ! ' i of regrrding in a s sing Township was made Tuesday in a letter from Osmundson Bros., Adams, to the Utilities Board. The board referred the letter to City Attorney Rodney Dunnette. Delays on the part of the Utilities Dept. in removing poles resulted in a slowup of work and inability to complete the regrad- ing for the county in the usual time, Osmundson Bros, charged. The road begins at the Lansing Town Hall and runs 2V4 miles north to the village of Lansing. Osmundson Bros, had contracted for regrading of two miles of the stretch. Supt. Harold Lamon noted that a good share of the poles and lines were owned by the telephone company and not by utilities. Secretary William Dunlap said that the claim was received Dec. 29. The work at the Lansing pr -j:rt was completed Oct. 22 and all claims must be filed within 30 days — or by Nov. 22 in this case, Dunlap said. David Thompson on Superior Honor Roll David L. Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Thompson, 1108 N. Oak, has been placed on the superior honor roll at Marion College, Marion, Ind., with a 2,941 average. MEMORIAL FUNDS Acknowledgement of memorial funds given in remembrance of Mrs. Leonard Hopfe, was announc ed today by the Minnesota Heart Assn. Slate Named for Barracks The Mowing members of the Austin World War I Barracks were nominated for office by the nominating committee Monday: Guy Enochson, commander; Robert A. Paton, vice commander; Earl Warner, junior Vic* command er; Harold Hompe, chaplain; Paul Lattin, treasurer; Jess Dixon, judge advocate and Emery Deyo, trustee. At the meeting Mrs. Stanley Ward, Mrs. Ernest Diederich and Mrs. Lloyd Graves, auxiliary nominating committee, also gave their report. A pot-luck dinner will be held at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 3 for members. Enochson, Deyo, Elmer Meister, Lattin, Paton and Watson Storry will go to Lake City Wednesday to institute a new post. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Harold Hompe, Mrs. Elmer Meister and Mrs. Paul Lattin. Farm Records Class at Grand Meadow GRAND MEADOW, Minn. A session on filling out income tax returns Friday will open a course on farm management and record keeping offered by Grand Meadow High School for farmers in the area. f William R. Turgeon, vocational agriculture instructor, will conduct the weekly meetings from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. each week. Basis of the course will b* the Minnesota farm account book. Because of the nature of the course, enrollment will be limited. The course is being started at this time because most record year* start Jan. 1. Internal Revenue Office to Be Open Revenue Agent* Howard P, Tief. ney and George E. Aanstad of the Internal Revenue Service Office announced that the office in the Postoffice Bldg. will be open each Friday of the income tax filing period between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. except during the noon hour. The office stressed the fact that the self-help program is in effect whereby taxpayers are seated in the hall outside the office and advised on the making out of their own tax returns. This program is successfully being followed over the state and serves in giving each taxpayer a greater knowledge of his tax matters together with eliminating long waiting periods to secure help, the agents said. Questions may also be asked over the telephone HE7- 1057, on Fridays. NEW YEAR SUPPLIES FOR THE OFFICE • Doted Diarlti — D*«k «nJ Pocket Site • Doted Calendar* Far Daik UM — All itiei • Calendar Pad Kefllli • Tax Recerdi — Car Ixpente Boo lei PAYROLL CALCULATORS Read the New 21/2% F.I.C.A. Tax 0 Withholding Tax — Quickly at *4 Eft a Glance . , . ± .. VWiWU • Inventory Pads • Transfer Coiet e File Folder & Guide* • Steel Filei & Ledger* e Journal* Austin Office Supply 104 N. Main HE 3-8682 Watch Your Sayings SAVE REGULARLY AT HOME FEDERAL Your Savings really grow... when you save systematically... and save where your money earns for you! Saving each week or month is easy here, too - it's just a short hop from most any place to our offices... or you can save regularly by mail* Earnings Begin as of January 1st on all amounts Invested on or Before January 10th Each Account Is Insured Up to $10,000.00 OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 129 North Main Street • Austin, Minnesota • Horn* OfflMfj fefiDf Velltr, H5 3-3431

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