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5-AUSTlN (Minn.) HERALD Friday, January f, VITAL STATISTICS Births At ST. 0LAJP HOSPITAL Mr. find Mrs. Eugene Holder Mss* 120« tf. Eighth, daughter, Jan. 8. Mf. and Mr?, Kenneth Tale, 1501 17th Av. SW, daughter, Jan. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Davorak, Waltham, daughter, Jan. 9. Mr, and Mrs. fceenard S. Roe, leRoy, son, Jfen. 9. OUTSIDE OF AUSTIN Mr. and Mrs. Bud A t w o o d, Spring Valley,, daughter, Dec. 28, Johnson Maternity Home, Spring Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Henderson, son, Dec. 27, Johnson Maternity Home, Spring Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Finke, son, Dec. 29, Community Hospital, Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Smith, Spring Valley, son, Dec. 31, St. Marys Hospital, Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tesch, Spring Valley, son, Jan. 4, St. Marys Hospital, Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Carson, Spring Valley, Jan. 6, Community Hospital, Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Schillin, Charles City, Iowa, daughter, Jan. 4. They are former Stacyville residents. Mr, and Mrs. Quentin Blake, Omaha, Neb., son, Dec. 30. Mrs. Blake is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. T. E. Blong, Stacyville, Iowa. Deaths MRS. CARL GERHART Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Carl Gerhart, Madison, Wis., Thursday. Survivors include her husband, » former Rose Creek resident, and two daughters in Madison. Funeral services in Madison will be held Monday. MRS. MINA KILGORE Mrs. Mina Kilgore, 74, Mona, Iowa, died Thursday night at Memorial Hospital, Osage, Iowa. She lived at Mona with her daughter, Mrs. Adeline Geffert. Other survivors are Mrs. Leo (Erma) Baumgartel and Edwin Kilgore, both of Lyle; Mrs. Mel (Mildred) Rucker and Mrs. Roy (Alberta) Indahl, Minneapolis; seven grandchildren and one great- grandchild. Funeral services are tentatively set for Monday afternoon at Mona. Funerols WALKER — Funeral services for Miss Hazel Walker, 613 Padden, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Mayer Funeral Home, the Rev. David Rachel officiating. Interment will be in the Osage Cemetery, Osage, Iowa. Obituaries 1880 Milton Aaron Morse 1958 Milton A. Morse, son of Samuel E. and Julia A. Morse was born Jan. 4, 1880, on the home place homesteaded by his grandfather in the year 1956. This farm is located in the northwest section of LeRoy township. Here Milton grew to manhood and worked hard with his parents, brothers and sisters. He received his education in the home public school. At the age of 28 he, with his brother Melvin, purchased a grocery store in LeRoy village which they operated together until Melvin's death in 1938. Milton then continued to operate the store un til the year of 1954 when, after 46 years in the business, he retired. He was a member of over 40 years standing in the Masonic Lodge. • He passed away suddenly on his birthday January 4, 1959, at the age of 79 years. He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers who passed in infancy, and Melvin in 1938 and Marion in 1956. Milton leaves to mourn his passing three children (Margaret) Mr« Sam Rigby, of Salt Lake City, Utah; Jennings of Pay son, Utah and Sammy of Cardiniu, Calif.; two eistera, Mrs. Mabel Taylor of Minneapolis and Mrs. Minnie Casey of Grinnell, Iowa; two brothers, Dr. M. P. Morse of LeRoy and Milo of Grand Meadow, Minn.; many grandchildren, a host of nieces and nephews and other relatives and many, many friends who will mourn his passing. God bless bis memory. 1894 Elizabeth RfttoaH* 1958 Elizabeth Reinartz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Henry Reinartz, passed away at St. Marys Hospital, Rochester, Monday, Dec. 22, nt 10 a.m. at the age of M. She had been a polio patient there over two years. She was born in Nevada Township Aug. 13, 1094, and grew to young womanhood at her home south of Rose Creek. She attended the country school and later attended business school in Austin, She then moved to St. Paul where she was employed in the Viavi County office for 20 years. She was then transferred to of- Ices in Florida and Youngslown, Ohio, until she returned to Minnesota in 1948, where she was employed in Rochester as book- ceeper. She later moved to Kasson, Minn., and was employed with the Gas and Electric Co. until she became,ill with polio. Funeral services were held at <) a.m. Dec. 24 at St. Peter's Church, Rose Creek, the Rev. Vernon Schafer, Dodge Center, officiating. Interment was in St. Peter's Cemetery with the M a y e r funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Steven and Arthur Jech, Richard and Nick Reinartz, Delos Frank and Merrill Jensen. Miss Reinartz is survived by :our brothers, Joe and Martin of Rose Creek; Andrew of Oakland and Raymond of South St. Paul; two sisters, Mrs. Tom (Celia) Kolias, Si. Paul; Mrs. Herman (Agnes) Jech, Austin and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, Peter and Harry. Out - of-town people attending the funeral came from Minneapolis, South St. Paul, Rochester, Byron, Austin, Adams and Oakland, Minn. , 1863 Barbara Placek 1958 Funeral services for Barbara Placek were held Monday, Jan. 5, 1959, from Queen of Angels Church with the Rev. Msgr. D. A, Cunningham officiating. Barbara Placek was a patient at the Bresnahan. Nursing Home for the past eight months. She passed away at St. Olaf Hospital, Jan. 2 at the age of 95. She was born in Spillville, Iowa, Oct. 12, 1863, the daughter of John L. Miskesh and Anna Mikesh, In 1880 she was united in marriage with Joseph H. Placek at Minneapolis, where they resided three years. They moved to St. Paul, where they lived 13 years and in 1896 they moved to Austin, Minn., where she lived the past 62 years. She was a practical nurse for more than 40 years. Mr, Placek was a tailor, and passed away Aug. 11, 1934. Twelve children were born to the couple, three of whom died in infancy. Children surviving are John of Brazil, Ind.; Mrs. Josephine Mongeau of Huron, S. Dak.; Mrs. Walter Dunning (Anna), of Faribault; Sylvan G. of Baltimore, Md.; Stanley L. of St. Paul; William, George, Frank and Edwin, Austin, also surviving are 17 grandchildren; 29 greatgrandchildren an two great - great - grandchildren. Four brothers and four sisters preceded her in death. Card of Thanks We wish to thank everyone for their acts of kindness shown to us during our recent bereavement. Our sincere thanks to Rev. Kluber for his comforting words, to those assisting with the lunch; to the people for their spiritual bouquets, memorials and flowers; to Mr. Cole, Mr. Thompson and Mr. Candy; to the Rothie Post of Hayfield. Your thoughtfulness will ever be remembered. The Family of Maurice E. Root We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to relatives, friends and neighbors for the many acts of kindness shown us during the recent death of our beloved mother and grandmother, Barbara Placek. Special thanks to the Fathers of Queen of Angels and St. Augustine, the Bresnaban Nursing H-me, J, C. D. and C. Z. B. J. Lodges and St. Rita Unit for the lovely luncheon. Also thank you for flowers and spiritual bouquets. Your kindness will always be remembered. The Barbara Placek Family We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks for the kindness and sympathy Shown us by neighbors, relatives and friends during the illness and death of mir loved one, Otvel A. Peterson. A special thanks to Pflstor Knutson for his words of , singer Arlen Holmen, dr somion, singer Anen «ojmen, or- *•"• •»•«»• <> "i»iv.«= wuay IB ui- Tentative agreements on a w- ganist Mrs. Harold Anderson, the vestigating a break-in and theft hour work week and a union shop casket bearers and Our Savior of a caf at Hansen'a DX Service for tne 29 employes of Kaus-Kmmt Lutheran Church Guild for serving Station and Highway Car Sales, have been reached but the union MIA I,,«A», Hiahwav 218-S.. resoeclivclv. _... .,.. * ., the lunch. Mrs. Orvel Peterson and Family Highway 218-S., respectively. I wish to express my sincere undetermined amount of money, thanks to all relatives, friends and In the office at the Highway Car neighbors for the many cards, gifts Sales' next door they took a car and visits while 1 was a patient at key and stole a 1952 Ford, two- rvt *» — »* .. 11 _ i n > • i* • .!.« A_ I! _.*_. _L_ * /*i **nnr Sheriff Al Reinartz said the bur- are stilt far apart on wages, Ly- glars broke glass out of an over- man covert, international repre- head garage door and stole an se ntatlve for Local 578, said late St. Marys Hospital. Special thanks door, license 1C 7375 to Rev. Vorhes, doctors, nurses, sisters and nurses aids. It was all greatly appreciated. Edward Plevka In Memoriam In memory of Frank Hajek who passed away 8 years ago, Jan. 8, 1951. Jurors Called 10 a.m. Jan. 13 The following have been subpoenaed for the January term of District Court and are scheduled to appear at 10 a.m. Jan. 13 in the ceived at the hands of the Albert Lea Police Dept. Paul and Theodore Suss contend in information filed that policemen Ralph Reeder, Verne Bergeson, Noble Zimmerman and Theodore Gorman committed "willfull . . . malicious. . .and brutal assault and battery" upon them here last Jan. 26. The brothers charge that the policemen committed the assault and . LeRoy; Nelson battery by "holding their (Susses 1 ) Quantz 605 Airport Drive; Bruce bands behind their backs and bru Philomathian Library Church Goods & Book Store Headquarters for Catholic Books & Articles Rtctntly Byrntd Out in tht Grand Hotel Firt Hit Steured A NEW LOCATION or 209 ioit Bridge St. Afross from Hotel Austin NOTICI storeroom is now being prepared for Gceypaney and the Philomathian Library ex- to reopen in their new location soon. courtroom. Ann Price, 2008 Bryan; H. H. Nemitz, 304 Mankato; Herman Skov, Lyle. erty, 104 S. St. Paul; Earl Martell Lyle; Mrs. Paul Sommers, 403 S Car Is Stolen Tentative Agreements From Garage on Radio-TV Reached The sheriff's office today is in- and the Kaus-Kmmt management More Classes for Mothers Another session of afternoon jlasses for Mower County expect- Sadly missed by his Wife and n»t mothers will get under way Children at 2 p.m. Jan. 21 in the room adjoining the county nurses' office Ambulance Runs WEDNESDAY Finbraaten announced today. 9:05 a.m. — 908 Padden to St. The course, co-sponsored by the Olaf Hospital. " ~ 10:35 a.m. — Hormel Medical Dept. to St. Olaf Hospital. 2:20 p.m. - 605 N. Main to St. Olaf Hospital. THURSDAY 12:55 p.m. — St. Olaf Hospital to St. Marys Hospital, Rochester. FRIDAY 7:52 a.m. — Franklin nnd Winona to St. Olaf Hospital. , Pay Increases in 4 Bakeries A two-year contract with four of the five Austin bakeries calling for a total 16-cent hourly wage increase was announced today by Mrs. Stasia Haverberg, Local 578 business agent. An eight-cent increase is effective Jan.-1, 1959 and another eight cent increase will go into effect Jan. 1, 1960, Mrs. Haverberg said. Hospital room benefits were increased from $14 to $15 a day. The agreement effects about 25 employes of the four bakeries Austin Bakery, Nelson's Bake Shop, Sterling Pasteries and Kolb's Bakery. Negotiations are still being car- Rose Creek brotners have placed ried on with the Federal Bakery, on tlie March term of district court Mrs. Haverberg announced. ' here clvil suits asking a total of •* i'ic uuijjjwj'ca HJC oiaieuuieu Covert said the company had of- Monday to discuss the manage- fered an average $5 - a • week increase and that an average $20 was asked for by the union em- ployes' committee.. The $20 • a • week demand was based on the wages paid by Mason City, Covert explained, and would bring the local station up to the standards of the radio and television industry. Thomas Young, manager of Kaus-Kmmt, Thursday presented Mower County Public Health Nursing Service and the Mower County Medical Society? consists of seven Wednesday afternoon sessions for'the mothers and an eighth :lass for expectant fathers. The-, subject at the first session will be the physiology of pregnancy followed by the physiology of labor, including a visit to the maternity and pediatrics sections of St. Olaf Hospital, hygiene of pregnancy, good nutrition for mother and baby, clothing and equipment for the baby, care of the new baby including the bath, child management and the expectant father. All but the session on nutrition will be given by the county nurses while the nutrition class will be conducted Carol Pinney, county home demonstration agent. Expectant mothers can register by calling the county nurse's office (HE 3-4644). 2 Brothers Sue i Police Dept. at Albert lea $7,500 for damages allegedly re Tentative agreements on a 40- this morning. the managements counter-proposals to Mrs. Stasia Haverberg, Local 578 business agent. Young said this morning that the wage proposals made by the Kau.3- Kmmt management was a fair offer for this size operation and market area. | The employes are scheduled ment proposals and to make recommendations on terms of any final agreement. Covert said a meeting with Young and R. J. McElroy, general manager of the Minnesota- Iowa Broadcasting Co., has been tentatively set for Jan. 19 and that further talks would be held \ in an attempt to reach a wage solution. SCHOOL MENUS AUSTIN HIGH MONDAY - Chip beef gravy milk. and biscuit, buttered peas, bread, butter, milk, peach sauce. TUESDAY —Vegetable beef and butter, buttered peas, cake stew, corn bread, jam, bread, but- milk, ter, milk, pear sauce. WEDNESDAY — Creamed turkey gravy, steamed potatoes, cranberries, bread, butter, milk, jello. THURSDAY - Baked beans, cabbage slaw, peanut butter, bread, butter, milk, blackberry shortcake. FRIDAY — Tomato soup and crackers, cheese, peanut butter, bread, butter, milk, pudding. ST. AUGUSTINE GRADES MONDAY — Chili with crackers, cheese and peanut butter, celery and carrot sticks, cherry crisp and milk. TUESDAY — Beef stew with vegetables, tomato juice, cheese wedges, bread and butter, chocolate cake and milk. WEDNESDAY — Barbecued hamburgers on buns with catsup, vegetable jello salad, apple sauce and milk. THURSDAY — Turkey in gravy with mashed potatoes, cranberries, bread and butter, blackberry cobbler and milk. FRIDAY — Tuna fish and noodle hot dish, peanut butter sandwiches, buttered green beans, ALBERT LEA, Minn. -Two orange juice and milk BROWNSDALE SCHOOL, MONDAY — Barbecued ham- TUESDAY — Chicken noodle soup with rice, crackers, cheese, vegetable sticks, chocolate cake peanut butter sandwich, milk. WEDNESDAY — Roast pork, mashed potatoes and gravy, sauerkraut, peach sauce, bread, butter, milk. THURSDAY - Rice, hamburger and tomato hot dish, buttered mixed vegetables, cocoanut graham cracker dessert, peanut but ter sandwich, milk. • FRIDAY — Escalloped potatoes, fish sticks, buttered green «tuuuw uuu ninmn unve; aruce "onus uuiuiict ineir QSCKS ana bru- """"> """ »wi-iva, uuucrca green Donovan, 208 S, Kenwood; J. H. tally striking and beating them bean ?. P g ar sauce, peanut butter foirli-iw A imt-^H Til A . * * »»_ . '. ••*! lU. r: „! _ i . . .. canrlitri/tti ni 111> , Austin Rt. 4; Mrs. Norman with fists and . .. a 'sap.' " Campbell, 406 Elm; Ernest Kuhl- The Susses were convicted in man, Pleasant Valley; Mrs. C. criminal actions growing Out of the Vittorio Sperati, 1810 River Park- same incident in two courts here way; Walter Denesen, Lyle; Mrs. early last year. June Schammel, 110 Oak; C. M. Theodore was found guilty in Lunde, 104 Lafayette, Mrs. P a t municipal court of breach of peace Durhman, Grand Meadow; Les- and driving while intoxicated and ter Jorstad, Elkton; Mrs. Wilton fined a total of $115 or 2 days on Zeller, 1111 W. Grove; Raymond the charges Feb. 5; Paul was found Bartel, Sargeant; Tracy Smith, guilty of intoxication and breach sandwich, milk. ADAMS MONDAY - Chili, Crackers toasted cheese sandwiches, butter sandwiches, apple crisp, milk. TUESDAY - Mashed potatoes pork and gravy, butter and jelly sandwiches, perfection salad milk. WEDNESDAY — Sauerkraut I Vienna sausages, buttered corn 709 E. Bridge; Mathew B. Schoef- of peace and given the same to iVienna saiisa ges, buttered corn er, Rose Creek; Walter Tollefson, tal sentence on that date fruit> peanut butter sandwiches nnnn -n »» »• -_ .. . _ ' i-nillp. On appeal to district court, both were found guilty of the charges. " ----- . uu .* u £1.1*111,7 wi vuc tJlargcS. Albert Ulwelling, Rose Creek; Theodore received sentences total- Mrs. Dennis Mahoney, Grand lin K $110 or 20 days on both char- Meadow; Mrs. Gustav Speten, 207 Ses, Paul's sentences totalling $35 W. Winona; Mrs. Winifred Dough- April 7. In their recently-filed civil suits Paul asks $5,000 in damages^ Third; Mrs. Mervyn Sauer, 1718 which he alleges included a frac' Mower Drive; Mrs. Olaf Johnson, lured skull and numerous injur- Rose Creek; Frank Bedford, Lyle; ies; Theodore, $2,500 for alleged Earl Tiegen, Adams; Mrs. Dale damages including a broken nose Ellis, Lansing; Gay Warn, Grand' other bruises and contusions Meadow; Mrs. John Weitzenkamp, Waltham; Eugene Landherr, Rose Creek; Kenneth M. Wold, Blooming Prairie; Mrs. Harold Olson, 2304 Sheldon and Kermit L. Meyer, 709 Nicholsen. Grand Meadow FU Elects Delegates GRAND MEADOW, Minn. — Grand Meadow Farmers Union planned its budget and elected delegates to the Tri-County Action Officers meeting at Blooming Prairie Tuesday. After the business meeting, prizes at cards were awarded Hermes Sievertsen, Elmer Johnson, Mrs. Alfred Baarsch, Mrs. Volney Davis and Maurice Thorsoo. The action officers meeting will be Jan. 20 at the Louis Loebig home and Mrs. Leobig served lunch after the social hour. First Easter Seminar Session to Be Sunday honey sandwich, bread and butter, FRIDAY Macaroni and cheese, tuna fish sandwich, bread Austin High School Student Activities MONDAY 4 — Operetta rehearsal, Christgau Hall. 4 — Speech Festival rehearsal, Auditorium. 7 — Academy of Science, Room 147. 7 *~ Speech Festival rehearsal auditorium. 7 ~ Operetta rehearsal, auditorium. 7:15 - Sr. F. H. A. TUESDAY 3:15 — Speech Festival, audi torium. 3:30-5i30 - Jr. Hi Twilight mix er, Christgau Hall. 6:30 - Jr. Hi Y. 7 — Speech Festival, auditorium. 7 — Operetta rehearsal, auditorium. 7:15 — Dirk and Bauble, Study Hall 230. WEDNESDAY 3:15 — Speech Festival, Christ gau Hall. 3:15 — Jr. .Hi Drama Club, Stu dy Hall 340. 6 — Girls Syncronized swim team, pool, 7 - Hi Y. 7 — Speech Festival, Christgau LYLE SCHOOL MONDAY — Ground beef-bean casserole, buttered corn, sandwiches, apple salad, milk. TUESDAY — Mashed potatoes sauerkraut or buttered corn, Wiener, sandwiches, peach sauce, milk. WEDNESDAY - Creamed chicken on biscuit, peas and carrots, celery sticks, sandwiches, cookie, milk. THURSDAY — Hamburgers, potato chips, pickles, apricot sauce, milk. FRIDAY — Tomato soup and or meat sandwiches, green beans, deviled egg, orange cake, milk. Hall. THURSDAY No student activities scheduled FRIDAY 2:48 — Sr. Hi Pep Assembly 3:30 — Swimming, St. Thomas there. 6:30 — Wrestling, Owatonna. 6:30 — B Basketball, Owatonna here. 8 — A Basketball, Owatonna here. Concession: Dirk and Bau ble. WILL ATTEND STATE MEET Valley scholl board members wil Assn. meeting in St. Paul Mon day through Wednesday. Villages Get Street Money The Mower County Board Thursday awarded the 12 incorporated villages one dollar per capita for village street maintenance in lieu of state aids abolished with the passing of Amendment 2. The following awards will be made on basis of 1950 census: Adams, $663; Srownsdale, $493; Dexter, $316; Elkton, $141; Grand Meadow, $766; Lyle, $609; LeRoy, $959; Mapleview, $435; Rose Creek, $314; Sargeant, $121; Taopi, $118 and Waltham, $212. 2 Injured in Accident Near Clark's Grove Two men were injured, one seriously, in a three-car crash early today on Highway 65 .near Clark's Grove. In surgery in Naeve Hospital, Albert Lea, was Neil Steven, Albert Lea, and also confined but reportedly not seriously injured was Joseph A. Erwin, Geneva. The collision involved two trucks and a car and was investigated by the highway patrol. No further details were available at T H E HERALD press time. Austin Officials to Attend Meeting Four members of the Dist. 492, Austin School Board, Supt. L. S. Harbo and Business Manager S. L. Coumbe will attend the 1959 State School Board Assn. 6 Area Students oil Winona Honor Roll Six Austin sea students at Winona State College were named to the Fall quarter honor roll, Dr. M. R. Raymond, dean, said today. A "B" average or better is required for a student to be included in the honor roll. Those who qualified were Betty Bos, senior, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Anton Bos, 1414 Park; Roger H. Qerloff, freshman, son of Mr.v and Mrs. Melvin F. Gerloff, LeRoy; Patricia Hallman, senior, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hallman, Austin Acres; Donald Meyers, senior, son of Mrs. Lucille Meyers, 900% W. Grove; Darlene Oxley, senior, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Oxley, 702 Center, ant! Mrs. Peggy Smith Harden, fall quarter graduate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Smith, LeRoy. SPRING VALLEY, Minn. — convention in St. Paul Monday Supt. E. W. Winter and Spring through Wednesday School Board members attend| attend the Minnesota School Board in S W M be Dr. P. A. Lommen Sr., Dr. R. R. Wright, Dr. C. D. Sitz and Harlow Sayles. TH/S&HO Austin Insurance Agency Dial HE 3-3452 Austtn Savings & Loan Bldg. Repretenting tht Hartford Fire Insurance Company Start the New Year SAVING MORE and get this GIFT for starting College Study to Be Planned A registration and planning meeting for extension courses co-sponsored by the Austin Junior College and Winona State College will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Room 308, Junior College. ° .. — »•*— vavruiaau, i CHUCK Credits earned may be used for j sa] ad, peanut butter sandwich, des- teaching certificate renewal or to! sert, milk. milk. THURSDAY _ Turkey and gra vy on biscuits, buttered carrots and peas, salad, jelly sandwiches, milk. FRIDAY - Salmon salad sandwiches, tomato soup, crackers, 1 toasted cheese sandwiches, dough- 1 nuts, apple sauce, milk. I HAYFIELD MONDAY — Chili and crackers, cheese sticks, bread, butter, peanut butter, cookies, milk. TUESDAY - Mashed potatoes, roast beef and gravy, celery sticks, bread, butter, honey, milk, fruit. WEDNESDAY - Chicken chow mein, noodles, bread, butter, jam, dessert, milk. THURSDAY _ Goulash,'c h o w mein, noodles, bread, butter, jam, dessert, milk. FRIDAY—Mashed potatoes with butter, fish sticks, buttered peas, bread, butter, honey, dessert, milk. LE ROY MONDAY - Goulash, lettuce apply on college curriculum. Classes are scheduled to begin the week of Jan. 19 with the following courses offered subject to minimum enrollments of 20 students in each class: Education 200, child growth and development, Dr. Don Driggs, instructor; political science 320, state and local government, William Ruppert, instructor; Art 210 elementary school art, Wylene Fredenckson, instructor; physical education 210, introduction to phy- ^, .„ _ „„ _, ^ Q ,-_-_„ «* V f AAiVAxiuutuua 10 pfiy" Committees will be set up and;?l ca l educ . a " an for *** elementary plans for activities will be made t ? acft * r - Mlss Cr *ce Gaarde, in- Structor ' A dainty purse-size pen f and a handsome pocket cl. for him. Both pens are presented you in an attractive plastic EVERSHARP "His and at the first orientation session of the 1959 YMCA Easter Seminar at 1:45 p.m. Sunday at the "Y" of- TUESDAY - Mashed potatoes, creamed chicken, vegetable salad, cheese sandwich, bread and butter, frosted graham crackers, milk. WEDNESDAY - Wiener on bun. potato chips, or potato salad, catsup, mustard, peanut butter sandwich, apple crisp, milk. THURSDAY - Bake beans, cole slaw, creamed bread and jam, Narth Star 4-H'er$ Plan 2 Gatherings Star 4-H Club Wednesday plans for two social Jus! open a Savings Account of $10 or more with us or open a Regular Special Checking Account . or rent a Safe Deposit Box for one year or more. fice over the Bach Music Co. ; . A total of 76 students from mg ' Austin, Winona and Worthington Further information can be ob-lZ, tamed from County Supt Dorai ™' , u Tollefson or by attending the meet , The dub WiU attend a roller ing. * j skating party at Brownsdale and will hold a Valentine party at the and 10 advisers will go on the; VANDALS BREAK WINDOWS trip. The second orientation aes-j Police are checking window sion of the group has been set for j breakage at. the Gopher Bottling Feb. 8 when the structure of the ' federal government and Washington D. C. in general will be. div cussed in preparation for the tour. through five panes of glass sometime last night at an estimated loss of about (20. Lyle Legion Hall for the February meeting. Ronald Seath, 4-H club agent, led group singing and showed the movie "The 4-H Story" and Mary Ann Gaul gave » demonstration. Mrs. Harold Gaul and Mrs. Joe 'Kemmerick served lunch. Nationa OF AUSTIN Home of Fret Forking ond Drive-In Banking

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