The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 9, 1959 · Page 7
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FOR HELP IN MD DRIVE — Austin Moose governor, Loyl Heimsness, posts plaque from Minnesota Muscular Dystrophy Assn. for help by Moose in conducting MD fund drive in Austin. Gene O'Neill, executive secretary of the state group, which awarded the plaque, looks on. The Austin drive yielded $3,608.70 for the best per capita results in Minnesota, North and South Dakota. Heimsness and Roger Larson, drive chairman, received personal plaques. Austin Man Wins Verdict on Reversal The State Supreme Court today granted the appeal of Haakon Askerud, Rochester, and his son, Harold. Austin, in action to recover insurance from the Allied Mutual Casualty Co. of Des Moincs. The father was injured while working on a home being built by the son. He started suit for $26.500 against his son who had taken out a comprehensive 'general pub-, lie liability insurance policy from 1 Arthur Larson, 46, S09 Elm tlie Des Moines firm. j slreet ' a Passenger >" a car driven by his wife, Mary, suffered neck HERALD FRIDAY, JAN.,,?, 1959 Page 7 2 Injured in Street Crash GETS $900 ON $150 APPRAISAL A settlement six • times the appraisal commission's figure) lin and Winona. The company denied liability under the policy. The lower court, Judge L. J. Irvine of Fairmont, said the company was not obli- sated to defend the action against '"'', "'" " ™* wry »» was, n, i . , u ,, „ . inot hospitalized. She was taggoui the son, but the Supreme Court i f , ,„-, , . ,, ., reversed 1' It 1 th ' ; failure to yield the covered by the policy, which van i i'or a one-year period during con- Two persons were injured and; one of them was tagged in a collision at 7:42 a.m. today at Frank-! property in an out • of - court settlement with the State of Minnesota Thursday, Glenn Kelley, attorney for Mrs. Edwards, announced. Mrs. Edwards had appealed a $150 appraisal by the court- appointed commissioners. The settlement for $900 was made, after a jury had been drawn | to try the case. County Board Will Explore Building Needs A five-man committee to study future county building needs was appointed by the Mower County Board Thursday in connection With ;he city's request to eventually lease tho southeast corner of Court- jouse Square. A majority of commissioners Wednesday told city representativ-, es Park Dougherty and Mayor 3aldy Hanscn that they agreed n principle with the idea of a city hall nncl municipal building connected with the Courthouse an- lex. The committee wns formed to determine whether the county would have ample space to expand its own facilities along with easing the corner. Makeup of Committed The committee is composed of Commissioners Luther Larson and Leonard Decker, county building committee, Chairman Robert Finbraaten, County Engineer G. Everett Carlson and County Attorney Wallace Sieh. In other action the board by a 4-1 vote denied a petition by Mrs. Estelle Thompson, Austin Township, requesting that her property in Common Dist. 1239 be set off into School Dist. 492, Austin. The board considered amending the petition and splitting the Thompson land, so that renters now on the property could keep their children in Austin schools, Lloyd Cotter, president of the Dist. 1239 School Board, told the Jackie Grelclicn •Ttid.v Sharon Nnney !,, Nnney 0. JeanMlr Connie Ten candidates for 1959 Queen| The student body will vole to.iors throiiRhout the area and al-, Nancv Du Mond is a freshman' the Sno Week festival of the elect the queen and two alien- .mini invited. A miwr will fo i. <,„,, ,£« N..,«. £«J *.,„!.. ^ Q Mary Norms Austin Junior College were an nounced today. Candidates selected by the student body are Judy Aandahl, Shar- MI Baumgartel, Nancy DuMond. Nfortna Enright, Gretchen Gess, Jacqueline Kruger, Connie Lickteig, Nancy Lickteig, Jeanette Reinarlz and Mary Shoop. dants Tuesday and Wednesday, but tlie results will not be announced until the annual Winter Ilevue, Jan, 21. Sno Week activities will begin Jan. 19 with an outdoor or ath- iimni invited. A mixer will follow the revue, Jan. 23, the Sno Fiesta formal will be held at the Austin Labor Center with Junior College alumni invited. and IflSB Austin High graduate. She is an elementary education major and member of IRC and ACW. Nornm Enright is a freshman and n I'liiS Austin High graduate, i She is a liberal arts major and ^ ' — --— ••* *• 111*^.1 (t> IK Ukl ttl«Jl/l WIIV «» "..,.. .,ii wumwui ui HHI- "' le festivities are sponsored by ! active in the College Players, Ci- letic event yet to be announced. | lne Association of College Women vie Orchestra, ACW and Student On .Intl. 21 (lip Wintor F!»mis< (ACW) With Kathleen K/vnnn nn/1 CV,,m,.il On Jan. 21 the Winter Revue will be held, with high school sen- IN MOWER COUNTY (ACW) with Kathleen Keenan and'council. Jackie Kruger, chairmen, and! Gretchen Gess is a freshman ( •' • > ....».• ... • ^ m. <>^ii »_<i- .T..I at n iit.oijiiiciu Miss Winifred Leonard and Eu-jund 1951) Austin High graduate. Red Cross Drive Starts Next Week gene La Vine, advisers. I She is a business major and is .... J...HU *u 11 i/ MJIIiiftjft tt i**,n- Rundown on queen candidates: j active in IRC and ACVV. Judy Aanduhl is a sophomore! Jacqueline Kruger Is a sopho- ",„ ,i 9a _' _ A . U l m .. H ! Bh P"«>uale.j more and H.57 Elkton High School graduate. S h e was elected ID5B Mower C ounty Dairy Princess and was a business education major. She is president of ACW, secretary of the College Players and of ACW, and Student Council and editor of the .1C Journal. She is a I member of the International Rela- I lions Club (IRC), Civic Orchestra, active in SNEA. Connie Lickteig is a sophomore, .swingle!., Student National Educa- appeal 12. Last year, Mower County;tion Assn. (SNEA) and Students! . .next! residents who contributed to tho 1 Christian Assn. ' ,,imr7n m ,r i 0 r i week with the Combined Rural Red Cross helped provide assis-i Sharon Bnumgartel is a sopho ; uate Sh d I' Solicitations Inc. drive serving injtance in 295 disasters giving em-! more and lflr,r, graduate of Austin a class officer and acfve ln"phi was awarded to Beata A. Ed-! --- • — — wards on Belt Line-condemned i board that the district would chal- and back injuries but was reported in good condition today at St.j Olaf Hospital. His wife suffered neck and a khee injury but was! struction of the home. The Larson car collided with one ,»««,„„ u , «,«= ,, u ,,,r. i drlven b y Robert E - Darling, 910 The father was luirf before the: Baldwin. Damage of .$200 was policy expired. ' done '° ' ne Larson car and $300 to Darling's. A collision at 4 p.m. Thursday al Maple and Chatham caused $40 damage to the car of William J. O'Brien, 1413 Olson, and $50 damage to the car c Races to Aid Dimes Drive Moose Lodge will sponsor mot- nrcyle races on East Side Lake again this year to raise funds for the March of Dimes. No admission will be charged for the races to be held beginning at 2 p.m. Jan. 18, but collections for the March of Dimes will be received, John Ferguson, drive chairman for the Austin Moose, said. At least eight events are being .scheduled with the cooperation of the Austin Motorcycle Club. Austin Moose will sponsor trophies Utr winners. Last year the event yielded $80 for the March of Dimes fund. Gro-Y to Resume Swim-Gym Activities Members of tlie YMCA Gra-V St. Augustine Credit Union Re-elects King i mussen, - Union at the organization - s anmml nzaons Bren was agged for failure to meeting Thursd eyeni ield the nsh • . yield the right of way. figure is a 45 per cent increase -A collision at 12:43 p.m. Thurs-sover last year, directors announc- day at Water and Oak caused $275 ', ed. damage to the car of Earl M. Emiulsen, 1205 Elmer, ana $130 damage to the car of Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes, 402 S. Kenwood. Mrs. Holmes was tagged for failure to yield the right of way. Thursday, Announcement was also made of a four per cent dividend on shares for 195B. Ben King was elected president for the fiftli year. Prior to his election to the presidency he serv- lenge such an amended petition in the courts. Would Save Smnll Dislrlets • Reasons given by the majority members including Commissioners Finbraaten, Larson, Turner and Robert Shaw were that the children involved in the next two years will have facilities to attend school in Dist. 123!) which provides eight grades and that they are trying to stem a trend of setoffs which is weakening small districts. Commissioner Leonard Decker voted to grant the petition. The board also completed adjusting salaries of county engineering employes. Salary of the engineer was increased $300 to $9,- fllKI; assistant engineer, $300 to $7,300; bookkeeper and stock clerk- timekeeper, $224 to $5,300 and hourly employes of the engineering department not covered in the road and bridge settlement were awarded iO-cent hourly increases. . -dunteof rural areas. The Red Cross aims ergency care to 311,000 persons j High, she is a liberal arts major to raise $3,650 while the He art; and assisting the rehabilitation of and member of the swinirtet Stu- IT*™...„ _I_ it -- '11 ._t_ i f *. * ,. _ . i nn rtrtii r •!• . •r»" v>u > WHM 80 213 GE Intosh, 2 Lincoln, $35. Baptist Youths in Conference Sunday . -ti-«« i Approximately 100 young P eo-j Set Leaders' Meet SPRING VALLEY. Minn. Seven courses will be offered at the Fillmore County Christian Leadership School, sponsored by the Fillmore County Council of Religious Education at the Greenleafton Reformed Church. lariz, JaKe nauner ana Clarence Re e islratio " will be held at 7:30 i Grabarkiewicz, directors; Henry p ' m ' Tuesda y a » d cla sses held in,,„!„.. r» m —t /-.„..:_ __j T ... each Tuesday. Four classes are f , , ; e srv- T ed 12 Consecutive years as trea- Mrs. John W. Jones, surer $40: Ch'.ude A. Mac-! ' . L , Others elected were George Sch- imid, vice president; Mildred King, j treasurer; Henry Bauer, secre- |tary, Gerald Gorman, Ben Rein- lartz, Jake Haffner and Clarence Emmet Gavin and L _ i _ from the General Association J Lacy> credit commiltee> and Leo of Baptist Churches of southern McGovern, Almon Haney and Lam- Minnesota are expected to attend | bert Altstadt supervisory commit . a conference at Grace Baptist, ! tee. Main and Cedar, at 3 p.m. Sun- group will resume normal swim j day. and gym activities Saturday, Cliff Robert Kurth is president ol the Maxwell, executive secretary said local group, today- ! The Rev. Cecil Siefkes, Oakland, Boys gym and swim session is will be the speaker. Groups will scheduled from 7:45 to 10 a.m. icome from Rochester, Browns- while the girls will have a swim;dale, Kasson, Morristown and Club to Note 25th Birthday session from 9 to 10 a.m. other points. each Tuesday. Four classes are offered the first period and three the second hour. Classes and teachers are the life of Jesus, the Rev. David Schneider, Spring Valley EUB: the pastor as a counselor, the Rev. Alton Larson, Ostrander Trinity Evangelical Lutheran; using the Bible with children, Mrs. Harvey Ronken, Spring Falley First Congregational; at work for a Christian world, Mrs. Roy Schall, Harmony Methodist; helping youth prepare Foundation will shoot for $l,0fln!88,000 families. «nd Sister Kenny for $2,400. The Red Cross Is the only ngency j having delegated responsibility i from Congress to serve in voluntary welfare and relief for mem-1 bers of the armed forces and their! families. The Red Cross is also) active in disaster relief, blood banks, Gray Ladies service at hos-. pitals, water safety, home nurs-i ing and first aid training a n d j many other related fields. j Red Cross Chairman Gene Me-' Laughlin points out these facts in' an appeal to contribute to the Red Cross: 1. Each month 90,000 service men are served by the Red Cross. 400 County Assists 2. Last year the Mower Counfv chapter assisted 4GO servicemen and their families. 3. The Mower County chapter employs only one staff member i — all instructors and service: groups donate their services. ; 4. 94 per cent of the chapter] j budget is used for direct service j ! to Mower County residents. j I 5. Last year 958 pints ol Red! .Cross blood were administered to ! Mower County residents all over' the United States at no cosl to recipients other than charges for hospital administration. ! 6. Last year $40,000 were saved} residents of Mower County who| [received blood through the blood- i mobile program. j 7. For every paid Red Cross i worker there are 113 volunteer workers. _ 6,000 Hours to Hospital 8. Last year Red Cross Gray Ladies donated 6,000 hours at St. Olaf Hospital and the bloodmobiles. 9. Last year 416 persons were trained by Red Cross instructors in some form of water safety. 10. Last year 314 persons were trained in Red Cross first aid in the county. 11. A total of 112 persons were trained in Home Care of the Sick and Injured, dent Council nntl ACW. Theta Kappa, is a cheerleader. SNEA secretary - treasurer and ACW. Her sister Nancy Llcktelg it a freshman and a 1958 graduate of Pacelli High. She Is an education major and active in SNEA ami ACW. Jeanette Reinarte is a fresti'man and 1958 Pacelli graduate. She It a physical education major, Student Council treasurer, cheerleader and member of SNEA and ACW. Mary Shoop is a sophomore, and 1957 Austin High graduate. She is a business administration major, treasurer of ACW, IRC secretary- treasurer, Phi Thela Kappa, secretary-treasurer and member ol the Business Club. Y's Men and Metfes Plan Dinner Session Tlie Austin Y's Men and Y'» Menettes will hold a joint dinner meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at Nelson's Hospitality Room, Wallace Harrison, V's Men president, said today. IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU! When a car stands In Winter cold, moisture from tlie air can collect in tlie low point* of the gas line-freeze it shut-stop the flow of fuel. You're stopped until a tow-truck comes! New wonder drug cosmetic restores young look to aging skin You can look younger. Tho evidence is a matter of medical record - documented by doctors and research scientists, universities, hospitals, clinics, Helena Rubinstein's Ultra Feminine-the first and only wonder drug cosmetic containing both vital female hormones, estrogen and progesterone — actually restores productivity of oil glands and enables cells deep in the skin layers to hold maximum moisture once again! Take advantage of the introductory offer — one jar will convince you! INTRODUCTORY OFFER Because Helena Rubinstein believes that Ultra Feminine is her greatest cosmetic achievement, she makes this introductory offer so that you may discover for yourself that you can look younger. One jar will convince you! SAVE 2<>o Large size 60-Day Supply Reg. 5.50 size, NOW 3^0 pint tax Limited Timt Only AUSTIN DRUG 501 No. St. Paul St.-Ph. HE 3-2105 Open to 10 p.m. Seven Day* A Week i-imis jur ouserving uie zaiii an- — •—-—-, ..-.[....„ .,«..... r . ..,,»... niversary of the Enterprise 4-H! for mar "age, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schrock, Church of Brethren; and meet your ch " sl ian neighbors, the for observing the 25th an y of the Enterprise 4-t Club at the community night program, Jan. 31, were made by the; club Tuesday. Judy Sayles and Juck Loucks demonstrated making sugar cookies, County Agent Don Hasbargeni explained and distributed records! SkotinQ Rink flt and announced the radio speak ' Rev. M. P. Northern, Cherry Grove EUB. Registration fee is \/ 1 1 Valley inn. — ing contest, and Robert A. Moncar- di exchange student at Pacelli SPR1NG V ALLEY, M High School, spoke. j Two weeks of hard wm . k __ Miss Moncardi told of diiferenc-; pieted on the skating rink at the es between Italian and American ( Spring Valley elementary school, foods, schools and customs and Burgess and Sons and Hanna she described her trip from Italy to Austin with stops in New York City and Washington, D. C. The Raymond Sayles and Loren Loucks families served lunch. Mines furnished materials, timbers and lights for the project, which was supervised by Vernon Mortrud and Paul Schagerberg, principal. Hew to get mere office work done better in leii time fxecufi'vej* tteel deiki Sounds like a tall order, (tight! But it is amazing how tht right kind of equipment can step up thi efficiency of an office staff. See us for practical ideas! AUSTIN OFFICE SUPPLY 108 N. MAIN HE 3-£ District GOP Backs Viehman Ed Viehman will have the support of First District Republicans in the intense contest for the party's state chairmanship at the GOP State Central Committss meeting at Minneapolis Saturday Support for Viehman was given by First District Republicans Wednesday night at Rochester after hearing, in closed session, talks by the two candidates, Viehman and Walter Fricke, St. Paul In an unexpected move, the First District Republicans nominated for state chairwoman Mrs. John Grindlay, who served as Omlsted County chairwoman last year. She will be in competition (or the state post with Mrs. Eve-j lyn Heberling, Winona. About 35 members of the First I District GOP committee, comprising top leaders from the 12 counties, attended the Rochester meeting, called for the purpose of hearing Viehman and Fricke. Viehman, now employed by Josten's of Owatojuna, and former Twin Cities radio-TV personality, was campaign manager for Rep. ! Al Quie in his two successful bids for the First District congressional seat last year. The motion to indorse Viehman and Mrs. Grindlay, came after the committee heard the speeches of Viehman and Fricke. Immunization Clinics to Start Monday | SPRING VALLEY, Minn. - The third and last of a series of immunization clinics will start Monday at the Spring Valley elementary school. : Innoculations for diphtheria, , smallpox, tetanus and whooping I cough will be given. This complet- jes the series for most students, but booster shots will be given. THIS WON'T HAPPEN TO YOU wltli Standard Gasolines witti DE-ICER. Standard's De-icer prevents gas-line freeze! Get it at NO EXTRA COST, in Gold Crown Super-Premium and Red Crown King-Size Regular-plus fast starting and protection against cold-engine start-up wear. Drive worry-free! STANDARD "My advice, sir-get Pe-Icer!" You expect more from Standard...and you get it! 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