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Additional Carls, Oles in; Cobbers Play Johnnies By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS League leading Concordia defends its title hopes against third place St. John's In one of four Minnesota intercollegiate Conference basketball games tonight. Undefeated Duluth Branch, technically in second place with a 3-0 record, has a chance at the conference lead in its game with Macalester. In other games, Hamline will be at Gustavus Adolphus and St. Mary's at Augsburg. St. Olaf and Carleton moved into a 44 Midwest Conference record Friday nigh't with victories over Coe and Cornell. St. Olaf bent Coe 76-R7 and Carleton downed Cornell 72-66. The Minnesota opponents switch opponents tonight. In the only other game played Friday night, Bemidji State defeated Jamestown College 71-60 in a non-conference tilt. Led by Ardine Berkvam's 23 points, the Oles pulled out of a see-saw first half, to take a 16 point lead after intermission. Coe's honors with 25. Carleton held a slight edge most .of the way until Cornell tied the score at 58-58. Ivan Grimm hit on a layup, and Joe Falk got two free throws and a goal to put the Carls out of danger. Bemidji clinched its victory over Jamestown with a 12-point splurge .early in the second half. Jamestown led 34-33 at the half. St. Cloud meets Moorhead and NorthSrk States Conference. St. Thomas will be at Loras in a non- conference game. Shorten Fence at Coliseum LOS ANGELES (AP) — Here's a belated but welcome Christmas gift for left-handed hitters of the National League: the Dodgers plan to shorten the Coliseum's right field fence. No longer will the power hitters blast one about 440 feet into right center and then, as they round first base, hear the small voice of the fielder from those immense pastures: "I got it." The Dodger plan, Friday, is this: Reduce the distance from home announced McMullin and Barber Share •. Tijuana Lead TIJUANA, Mex. (AP) — The $20,000 Tijuana Open swung Into the second round today with a couple of Yankees leading a field liberally sprinkled with international golf professionals. Veteran Jerry Barber of Los Angeles and 23-year-old John McMullin of Alameda, Calif., with six-under-par 66s, stroke lead over held their a one- nearest challengers as the field of about 150 took off on the par 36-36—72 Tijuana Country Club course. Immediately back were United States Open Champion Tommy Bolt, Doug Ford and George Bayer as no less than 50 pros went into the second 18 holes boasting scores under par. Adding international flavor to this event were contestants from England, Scotland, Canada as well as the bulk of the field from the United States. Mexico's pro, Oswaldo Dl Vicenzo, a transplanted Argentine, had a first round 70: Amado Martinez of Pueblo 73 and Juan Neri of Mexico City 78. England's Neil Coles was even par. Harry Fox of Scotland had a 76. Canadians included Al Balding with a 72, and Jerry Magee and Moe Norman, each with 7L Advise Dixon to Stay Cop After Setback By JACK HAND NEW YORK (AP)-Eddie Dixon, the fighting cop, is due back on the beat tonight in Newark, N.J. If he takes the advice of Gene (Ace) Armstrong, he'll stay there. Armstrong, a unanimous decision winner over Dixon last night, wasn't talking about his opponent's ability as a fighter. His advice was strictly financial. "If this guy doesn't get any more fights than I do," he said. "Please, tell him to stay a cop. At least you get a regular pay day." Although Armstrong has won 16 straight and still is unbeaten, he had only two fights all last year. He gets by because he has a side job stacking bottles for a gin company. "In a couple of days, I'll know plate to dead center from 425 feet! better," said Dixon after the fight to j when asked if he made up hL Pull in right-center's "power al-' mind between fighting or a police ley" from an almost impossible 440 feet to 385. The foul line remains unchanged at 300 feet. Buchholz Adds Title at Perth PERTH (AP) — American teenager Earl Buchholz added another junior title to his lengthening | Dixoil) 160% ; had „ weight edge string today and prepared to go! on Armstrong, ISS'-i. He got about career. "A man needs a couple of days to think." "It has to be one or the other," said his manager, Bobby Nelson. The police director of Newark, Joseph F. Welclon, couldn't agree more. Weldon advised Dixon last week that department regulations forbid a man from holding two jobs. Weldon has refused to say what disciplinary action, if any, might be taken. after the men's singles championship Sunday in the Western Australian Tennis Tournament. Playing in the first of three finals without an Australian in the $5,000 for the fight compared to his police annual salary of $4,600. All three officials had Armstrong an easy winner. Referee Ruby Goldstein scored it 7-2-1, Judge entire list, the 18-year-old son of! To «y Castellano 8-1-1 and Judge a St. Louis professional easily Joe Agnello 7-3. The AP card also trounced Louis Arrila of Spain in j \ vas 7-3 for Armstrong, the junior final 6-4, fi-2. Sunday he faces another Spaniard and a tougher one, Andres Gimeno, for the men's championship, Based on his slashing play against Arrila and Gimeno's lack- lustre performance in the doubles, Buchholz was conceded a good chance to take the first Australian state title an American has won in years. In the doubles the Swedish pair of Ulf Schmidt and Jun Erik Lundquist played powerful attacking tennis to crush Gimeno and Arrila 6-3, 6-4, 6-4. Buchholz previously had won the Wimbledon, French and U.S junior titles and hopes to add the Australian one when the Aussie nationals open at Adelaide next Thursday. Evy Praises i, Staff Players, CHICAGO (AP)-Iowa Football Coach Forest Evashevski was a busy man Friday singing the praises of his players and coaching staff. Evy first narrated a color film of Iowa's 38-12 Rose Bowl victory over California for the Executives Club of Chicago and then was honored at a dinner party sponsored by the University of Iowa Alumni Club of Chicago. He paid special tribute to All America quarterback Randy Duncan and said he was "one of the few who could accept headlines and glory and still retain the respect of bis teammates." At the dinner, Evashevski gave the squad and the coaching staff lull credit for Iowa's successful 1958 season. "Actually, you might say, 1 had six head coaches and I was the assistant to all of them," Evashevski said. 4 All-Star and Match Bowling Meet Opens BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP)-Some of the best in bowling started spinning today as formal competition opened in the 18th annual All-Star and Match Game Championships. Don Carter of St. Louis and Merle Mathews of Long Beach, Calif., the defending champions, stood at the top of the field of 192 men and 96 women competing for a total prize list of $32,625. For the men today was the opening of a four-day, 24-game qualifier. The 94 top scorers will move up to the semifinals on the fifth day. From there the top 14 will enter the round-robin match game finals lasting four days. The schedule is the same for the women except that their qualifying round is made up of 12 games. Gopher Six Spills Michigan State 7-3 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota's limping start and gashouse finish in its hockey opener against Michigan State Friday night awed the fans but didn't fool the Gopher sage, John Mariucci. "It all goes to prove that when we try to get by on our ability we're sunk," said Mariucci. "We didn't start winning until we threw away the book." The Gophers won 7-3 with a four- goal burst in the second period and another three in the third. Gary Melnychuk, the Fort Frances, Ont, junior, banged in three goals himself, including two within a half minute to tie the score at 2-2 in the second period. FIGHT RESULTS NEW YORK COdUiiun Square Garden) — Gene (Ace) Armstrong, 155',;,, Elizabeth. N. J. outpointed Eddie Dlx- ou, 160^4. S'ewark. N. J.. 10. SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - Gene Fullmer, l€0'a. Wfc3i Jordan. Utah out- pointed Jillo Suva-afc. 1C3'.-, SeaUle, 10. BOWLING AUSTIN BOWL CEDAR VALLEY LEAOt'E Lefty's Bur 731 852 835—2418 WoodliHHlera Club ..921 877 917—2718 Nates BOS 892 884—2882 Harry's Cute ..,...,.M2 823 824—2508 Ankeny Dlst, Co. ,.745 7S8 791—2294 Prlttzlngs 872 764 837—2413 Wl«se D-X 878778 810—JSfiS Golden Dairy ,.,.....735 805 784—2424 Llndstrom 801 818792—2501 UCT No. 2 832 748 715—2203 Berts Liquor .,..,,..B5« 775 918—2549 Austin Bu« Line ....849 839 835—2523 Service 814 782 781—2357 LeBarron 887 849 877—2513 Holland Furnace .,..818772 879—23C9 Dubinsky 772 785 785—2342 INTER CITV LEAGUE Harvey's Mobil 776 895 678—2347 Fox Candy 781663750—2174 Nates 827 880 980—2«87 Wftltham Plumbing 883 821 850—2554 FarmiUl Six 720 635 662—2023 Kings Wood Hotel 651 683 774—210S Brownsdalo Bums .,833 878 M6—2515 Unknown 747 7D1 8B7—2425 Thill Implement ...,710668760—2158 Bed Oak drove ... ,751 755 794—2300 Anderson Builders ..750 80S 905—2460 Farmers Grain Co. ..777 790 900—2467 Bork Imp, Co 679 722 664—2065 Midland ,.,. .748 707 772—2227 McCormlck Farm ..814 687 851—2352 Wllikels Const. Co. . .728 673 825—2226 ECHO LANES SPORTSMAN LEAQUK Smith'* Royal Bar ..856 915 884—2C65 Ertckson Oil ..785 843 948—2576 Barton Boats ,,.885 899 804—2J38 Golden Dairy 878 911 777—2566 K Of O ,...929 7D7 736—2262 Gopher Bottling ....684 777 846—2307 Morris Furniture ....819 848 798—2405 Mitchell's 815 887 821—2523 Ind. Janitors ......834 903 879—2616 Knobby's Liquors ..802 844 894—2446 Ankenys Cleaners ..855 877 821—2553 Post Office 794 B16 823—2533 AUXILIARY MIXERS Easterllng Products 576 «J3 616—1855 Ostcrud Agency Inc. 622 658 641—1921 Trimble Shell 583 554 591—1728 Austin Beauty Shop 535 534 567—1636 Martz Furniture ....584 663 075—1822 AmvetS AUX 634 636 70-4—1D74 Kens Bar 546576579—1721 Crandall & Cambern 668 616 667—1951 Oak Grill 573 709 709—1991 Marge's Beauty Shop 575 586 579—1740 Riviera 519.573 573—1665 Cooky's Tnvern 565610574—1749 COSMOPOLITAN LEAGUE Big Five 773 743 810—2326 Unknown 727 E20 70S—2255 Elect.olux 674 752 725—2151 Mlssflts 652 120 734—2115 Slaphnpples 860 814 896—2570 Deep Rock 717704757—2178 Odd Fellows 2 Odd Fellows 1 . l "' a 170-180 iso-ino 190-220 220-230 Barrymore's Fate Is Left Up to Court SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP)- Hnrr . )( The court will rule next Friday' oraiiing on how much temporary alimony ' M " 17u and child support John Drew Barrymore must pny his wife pending „„.„„ trial of her sepnrnte maintenance! "n-zio o,.)! -MO-250 SUltl ! J50-280 Actress Cam Williams told Stt-j $]::$<) perior Court Judge Eclwnrd R. iiao-abo Brand Friday that Barrymore i^f ° m gave her $3 when ho left her !.i,< Lira prii_. Sept. 17. She said she and hcr| mmc WKl 4-year-old son, John Bnrrymore jatiuiin Jr., have been living on $40'week-i So-aan ly unemployment Insurance mon-i ^"•j 80 ey. She has asked for $S)R2 J>(KMSO month support for herself ftnfl:^'^ child. iiso-'im FOUR GENERATIONS,TWO WAYS — Allan D. Brunner, born last June, is the fourth generation in two families, Here Allan is admired by his grandmother, Mrs. Theis Fox, Riceville; his great grandmother, Mrs. Jeanie Smith, Water- loo, and his mother, Mrs. Adolph Brunner, Waterloo, the former Carol Lou Fox. The other four-generation span is on his grandfather's side and includes Mrs. H. W. Harrison, Rochester; great grandmother and Theis L Fox, grandfather. 705 719 632—2106 773 746 671—21SO CENTENNIAL LEAGUE Mitchell's 814 759 745—23181 Eddy Paper ,, 726727710—2163 Mac's 728 750 872—2350 Sterling 768 772 726—2268 Lansing Corners ....732 721 740—2193 Cooky's Tavern 714 803 801—2324 Bowling's Top Five INTER CITY LEAGUE R. Bellrlchard 650 B. Neve , 572 D. Farnsworth ,..,., .......545 V. Jacobson .....541 B. Bellrlelwd 539 CEDAR VALLEY LEAGUE F. Koclk 614 Q. Jorgenson ...6C7 0. Johnson ft 574 H. HoUmnn, "... 5co J. Bailey 558 SPORTSMAN'S LEAGUE L. Smlsek 601 D. Ihrke 505; R. Rlndfiesch .....553! K. O'Shaughnessy 5-15 C. Mnclochdow ,,533 AUXILIARY MIXERS 1. Smlnk 502 M. Enrlght 481 H, Brondt ,. 440 L. Yocum. 435 B, Hightsiioe 425 COSMOPOLITAN LEAGUE 530 J. Huyclen K. Myhre ,., .... ..... ... S. Lcwlston .......... .... ....... \ist D. Kolh ............ . ............. -MS A. Nelson .......................... 4B2 CENTENNIAL LEAGUE E. Thorthuil ...................... 550 B. Nelson ....................... 546 M. Helland ...................... 520 C. Krebstmch .......... . .......... 512 D. Kelly .480 Hawks, Celtics NBA Winners By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The St. Louis Hawks and the! Boston Celtics were one game nearer today to staging a repeat of their last season's playoff for the National Basketball Assn. championship. They each strengthened their hold on the top spots in the Eastern and Western divisions Friday night when the Celtics downed Detroit 103-90 and the Hawks turned back Cincinnati 112-101 in a doubleheader at Detroit. Boston's victory gave the Celts a five-game lead over idle New York in the Eastern Division. St. Louis, defending _ league champion, moved nine games out in front of second-place Detroit in the Western Division. Bill Russell and Bob Cousy were the big guns in Boston's triumph. Russell scored 14 points while Cousy led the attack with 2!5 points. George Yardley paced the Pistons with 21. St. Louis received a 36-point contribution from Bob Pettit, the circuit's leading scorer, Fullmer Staggered but Rallies to Win SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) Gene Fullmer, former world middleweight champion, staggered by a furious attack in the third round. Cats and Illini in Tough Tests By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Northwestern and Illinois, current leaders In the Big Ten basketball race, meet formidable opponents today but have the all- important advantage of the home floor. Northwestern (2-0) takes on Indiana's defending champions who have split even in two games and Illinois (2-0) is host to Michigan State in an afternoon game. The Spartans also are (1-1). Ohio State seeks its first conference victory as against one loss in meeting Michigan (1-1) in an afternoon game. The only other game finds Wisconsin (0-2) at Purdue. If the Wildcats can hand the Hoosiers their second loss title hopes will take another step up in Evanston. Illinois will be faced with its most severe test of the young conference race. Victories over Ohio State and Wisconsin have given the lllini a fast start but the victims have not been considered whirlwinds. Three more conference games are scheduled Monday night. Iowa will be at Illinois, Minnesota at Indiana and Michigan nt Wisconsin. Youth, 17, Captures Senior Skate Crown DENVER (AP) — Tommy DeBaca may be only 17, but he's Mr. Kingpin of figure skating in the midwest. The Albuquerque, N.M, youngster swept to the senior men's title of the 28th Midsvestern Figure Skating championships Friday night. In the past he has won the juvenile, novice and junior titles. Doug Ramsey, 14, of Detroit, finished second, followed by Richard Vraa, 19, of Fargo, N.D; Robert James and Pieter Kollen, both of Ann Arbor, Mich., in that order. Duluth Branch Out for Revenge Tonight DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — Duluth Branch will be out for revenge tonight after losing a 4-2 hockey decision to North Dakota in the opener of a two-game series Friday night. Out-powered Duluth had only 10 shots for the entire contest while i concentrating on defensive play. The home club came out of the first period with a 2-1 edge but North Dakota evened things up in the middle stanza, went on to victory with a pair in the finale. Basket, Backboard Ripped Off Moorings NEW BRUNSKICK, N.J. (AP) —Joe Schenck stopped a basketball game, literally, all by his lonesome Triday night. The 19-year-old player lunged his 6-foot-6 frame toward the bas-| ket for a shove shot. He ripped! the basket from its moorings,' shattered the glass backboard which fell in a shower on several j teammates, and ended the game.! It was a city recreation contest.! PERSONAL NOTES F. P. Erclman has returncU. to Fond du Lac, Wis., after visiting his mother, Mrs. Frank P. Erd- nian, 204 W. Mill, who is a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Sixteen members of the Austin- Windom Farmers Union attended the district convention in Blooming Prairie Thursday. Sessions were held in Community Hall. Howard Carberry, Otranto, lown, has re-enlisted in the Army, and reported to Camp Carson, Colo., the past week. Eugene Hulshizer, Otranto, has re-enlisted in the Marines and has reported to Camp Pendeleton, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. George Grundell, Otranto, Iowa, have accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Giner, Mason City, Iowa, to Florida for t w o week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Milan Copennn, Spring Valley, a recent b r i d a ! couple,'were honord at a party at the Ralph Copcman home, Spring Valley, Sunday. . Wendy Ellen Greenlee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Greenlee, Adams, was baptized Sunday at the Little Cedar Lutheran Church, Adams, The Rey. Truman P. Mohn performed the service at 10:30 a.m. Sponsors with the parents were Warren Hanson and Miss Muriel Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Osmundson, Diane and Gerald, Adams, have returned from Dayton, Ohio, where they spent the Christmas holidays with their son - in -Jaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard John Kukee and family.. Mrs. Veron Boe returned to her home in Story, Wyo., Jan. 3, after spending the holidays with relatives and friends in Dexter and vicinity. Miss Elaine Richardson and Dan-ell Richardson, returned to Dexter the past week after spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Richardson, Albert Lea, Elaine and Darrel, students at Elkton Higli School, make their home with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph De Young, during the school year. nesday evening at the Riceville Telephone Co. Rumpus Room. Joanne was born Dec. 17. John Olson nnd daughter Col leen, Albert Lea, spent Jan. 3 visiting Mrs. Elizabeth Horstmnn, Dexter. Le Roy Guild Holds Officer Installation Mrs. A. C. McCaslin was installed as president of the LeRoy Presbyterian Church Guild in ser vices Wednesday afternoon. Also installed were Mrs. Robert Hob' son, vice president; Mrs. T. Rose recording secretary; Mrs. W. G. Wells, financial secretary; Miss Hansine Lomholt, treasurer and Mrs. A. J, Madsen, box work chair man. Division leaders were Mrs Herman Dick, Mrs. Frederic Bhend and Mrs. Donald Mossyge Mrs. George Barnitt was in charge of the installation and Mrs Wayne Wells conducted devotions Hostess for the first division meetings will be as follows: Divi sion One, Mrs. LaVerne Martz; Division Two, Mrs. Madsen; Di vision Three, Mrs. E. J. Mnlcom son. Devotional topic for the yeai is "Meet Doctor Luke." Mrs. Wayne Wells, retiring president, was presented a gift and refreshments were served by Mrs A, M. Wells and Mrs. A. C. Bue sing. 'Introduction to Jazz' for Music Listening The Music Listening Club will meet with Mrs. Stuart Lane, 111 Eastwood, Wednesday evening. "An Introduction to Jazz," will be presented by Mrs. Paul Kim- I ball and Mrs. A. H. Jewell. jGet Acquainted Club Meets in Dexter Projects for the coming year . were discussed when the Dexter I Get Acquainted Club met Tuesday with Mrs. Elmer Walterman. Mrs. Howard Curley will be hostess for the February meeting when an oven cookery lesson will be given. CYCLONES Sl.VK ; ANN ARBOR, Mich. UP) — Michigan's defending NCAA swimming champions, defeated an Iowa State • team, 74-22 Friday night. The :champs scored firsts in every i event. MARKET Saturday, .fan. 10, 193n j AUSTIN (Minn.) HEftAlfc : Saturday, Jan. ID,, No. 2 U.Z.i lo 2.1 _ It Weight .,,,,..,,. All calve* ni« 800 lets, IS CWT T..HI i^ctlv,;.. will MO, H' tin until (1:30 t.ta, tt\ m Saturday f'AOfe'' ... ......17,3:1. 17 Al. , lfl.75. ... 16.4ft. ...18,15. ...18.85. .16,35. 15.75. 15 45. ..15.55.liiljilS. ..18.33..,. J 4.86. woinhlnpt «i\mc '• .15.,15 .15.05 ,15.05 the u 8 standard steer* ft ns= imdrr 400 Stags -tOO-fiftO .. Slaps ovor 000 Nn. 1 ...•.15.15., ....ii.no.. t... 14.05.. ....1-1.40.. ....13.90,, ....13.40.. ....u.ro.. 12/fl.. STARS No. 2 .14.7,'>. ,.14.50. .14.25, ..14.00, ,.13.50, ,.13.00. ','.it"ao'. NO. 3 . .14.5$ ..14.10 1.1.85 ,13.00 ,13.10 ,12.00 All holfcrs 25 cfcnts'to BO e*nt» OWT under steer nfic«*. All steers tntt JUoounted acdorrtlrie t« wilgttt,.'. tT. 3. Commercial COWs ..17/?s46,4S; t;. a. Utility cow» ,., Cutter ,,,.,,"i, Cftnnors .usnpn Bulls ;. Wt Thin BUltt AUSTIN OKA IN accordingly. All to KDvcrnmcrit in- RETIRED GENERAL DIES SAN ANTONIO, Tex (AP) oH..,wl n* i r. ni , i ur "' ° 6 enrefl Mnj. Gen. Clements Me-1 HOP* «r« Mullen,60, commanding general | ""*"""• ,. AMn MAImKT ot the Far Eastern Air Service j Choice & Prime 10.00 Command during World War II, "-'- K "- re lsno died Friday of a heart attack. He retired in 1954 after 37 years of military service. McMullen was a native of Largo, Fla. ,.8.75 ..8.00 ....17,00*18^8 .... 10.25-18 J3 ....I4.7S-17.Od ....19.50-22.00 ....19.75-M.OO ..... I4.00il8.0tf MARKET .M 12. [0 Soybeans I Corn George A. Hoi-met 4 Co. Common Stork (Wright Wells * Co.) Bid A.9ked r.r, 57 Croort 17.no-is.OO i Medium ,.,,.]0.00-17.00' Common ^..........^. 13.00 down| nun DOWN IN THE DUMPS HAMMOND, Ind. m — It was All buck imta dlMoinfcil itpV I "'»"«»"". "»• «" - « WB« undred weight by grncle. Lnmbs over S 00 " business — not the lack of " P "i lt ~ thnt drove "hop 6Wn6f Legal Notice Report of n Holding Company Affiliate of iv Hank which Is n member of tho Federal Reserve System, published In ticcordimee with tho provisions of the Federal Reserve Act Report as of December 31, 1038, of Northwest Bnncorporntlon, Mlnnen- polls, Minn., which Is affiliated with I Austin Stale Mnnlc, Austin. Minnesota. Kind of business of this lUflllnte: Owna or control*, directly, or Indirectly, cnpltal stock of banks nnd ot.lior corporations. Manner In which .ibove-nnmed organ t?.n lion If, nfflll- [Ued with member bank, and degree of control: Affiliated by reason ot common ownership or control, directly or Indirectly vested In Northwest nancorporntlon. Degree of control' 88.04%.Pinanolnl relation)! with bnrUk: Stock of affiliated bank owned by the affiliate (par value) $170,080.00. Other Information necessary to disclose fully relations with bank: None. , i, Ray A. Scott, Comptroller ofi Northwest Baneorporatlon. do solemnly swear that tho above statement is true, to tho beet of mv knowledge und belief RAY A. 8COTT Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of January, lost) L A KLEMP, Notary Public, Hcnncpin County. Minn. My Commission Bx- plres October 14, 1003, (SEAL) __ Jan, 10 pound" ov"r SC 10o" tCd 2 °° VKAL MARKET j Donald Faulkner to rooting around esV purchai'ed ° f "" welehU " n " C11M ' jln the city dump. He was looking c , ho !f p , i""; 2 - 10 ............ 32.50-34.flo— without any luck for $2,900 in - : ».i!iil -tore receipts dumped from the whcre Iie had 1 yo.,,o Good heavy 210-300 Ibs. . .27.00-20.50' "• Albert Hopfe a Son AUCTIONEERS For an Efficient, Effective, and Forceful Selling Service, have us sell your Real Estate at Public Auction! Get what its wortht Call us for a Free Appraisal and Counsel, and a full explanation of our manner of operation! REFEREE ' nyone For Whom We Have Sold! Office 229Vi ... ,,.ain - Phone HE3-2748 - Austin, Minn. Legal Notice onnEn FOB IIKAIUNO ON FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOB DISTRIBUTION STATE OF MINNESOTA, County 01 Mower—<B. in Probate Court In Bo Esl&to of O. B. Zorkel, nlso known RK Oscnr B. Zcrkcl, Decedent. The representative of tho above named estate having filed her flnnl acnount and petition for settlement and allowance thereof and for distribution to the persons thereunto entitled; IT IS OEDERED. That the henrln K thereof be had on tho 27th day of January, 1950, nt 10 o'clock A. M., before thin Court In the probate court room in tho court house In Austin/ Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order In the Austin Dally Herald and by mnll- ed notice as provided by law. Dated December 30th, l!>5fi PAUL KIMBALL. JR. Prob«.to Judge (PROBATK COURT SEAL) PHILIP RICHARDSON Attorney for Petitioner Austin, Minnesota Pile No, mm Jan. Ii, 10, 17 Mrs. Woodrow Dvorak and baby," ' daughter Joanne, Riceville, Iowa,(WANT ADS were honored at a shower Wed-j Pay for 4 Runs Get 6 STATE RANK NO. 1061 REPORT OF CONDITION OF FARMERS STATE BANK OF ELKTON ul I/; IK ton in the State ol Minnesota at the close ui on December 31, 1958 Assets CaBh. balaiu'i'!, with other bunks, including reserve buUiu-en, oi:o c.tsh Hems In process of collection .......................... $ United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed .. Ob!lya:l0!ijs ol Stale,? and politiaci' tubtlivl»lon.s .................. Loans and dUccmnvs ilncUidinc $725.10 uvflrdruflst .............. Bank premises owned sWiU.OO, lurnlture and lixuires $80UO.GO .. Hi 1 ;,178.H 553.170.00 7,078.2:; 9C:i,30-1.8J 15.000. JO TOTAL ASSETS , il.«3.73U Liabilities „ , Deposits ol Shuts und pollilca'. Kubdlvlsoi..-, .(' — BOD Pur- Othy deposits (certified and ultlccr.s' chvckt.. decision here Friday over Milo Savage night. Fullmer, of West Jordan, Utah, weighed in at 100'^ and Savage, of Seattle. 1W 1 -:. Savage had his big moment in the third when he bounced Fullmer off the ropes with a left hook to the chin and then staggered his foe with a right cross. Fullmer came back strong in the fourth and carried the battle during the rest of the tough but! lopsided 10-round battle. I UEOS INK PL'HKEV CINCINNATI key, the Cincinnati Redlegs' best! pitcher last season, and Jerry! Lynch, their leading batter, sign-' ed their Hi5!) contracts Friday. I College Basketball piv.;on Suite d. southern Call: u3 (.iilitorulu 55, Wiiiiilngiou 44 Sianiord 50. Idaho 3<i UCLA 68, Washington SUitc 41 Princeton 71, Yale 55 Dartmouth 69. Columbia -JO Harvard 67, Cornell tki Brown 72, Pcnn Cti Buvior ,v5, Texxa A&M -19 Denver 88. Colo State Unix G'; Muryland 59. South Curolhiu 41 Ciemsou 70, Virginia £3 St. Josephs (Pal 82. Vlllauovu VO "--«* Washington 76. Boston neir.and UtpoMis ol imlUUlua!.-, jjartnerehlpii, ,.iiu iurjjor.,';i.::s ..j Tim* tltpnolis o! IncU^dual.-, ii.irinorslilp . and corporation* .... '< Deposits of United Si:uc.s Ci'jvrrmneiu ilni'ludliv; postal t4\vln,.si Legal Notice OltDER FOR HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION KOH DISTRIBUTION. STATE OP MINNESOTA, County of Mower—ss. in Probate court In Re Estate of Aiigo Austby, Dcce- Tlie representative of thp above nnmrcl estate having filed his llniil account uncl petition for settlement, and allowance thereof and for distribution to the persons thereunto on- IT is ORDERED, Thnt the hearing thereof be had on the 2nd day of February, !?59, at 10 o'clock A. M., j before this Court In tho probate court, room In the court house In Austin,I Minnesota, and that notice hercol; be given by publication of this order 1 In the Austin Dally Herald and by 1 mulled notice as provided by law, ! Dated December 31st, 10,18 ' PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Probate JudRe (PROBATK COURT SEAL) PAUL B. CROSS Attorney for Petitioner. SprliiK Valley, Minnesota File. No. 1165!) i Jan, 3, 10, 17 Legal Notice I ORDER FOR HFAIUNr, ON PKT1 TION FOIt PKOIMTR OF WILL. MM- IT1NR TIMi: TO F1LK CLAIMS AND FOR HEARING THICREON STATE OF MINNESOTA. County 01 Mnwpr— s« fn Probat* Court In Re Estate of Henry Schartz, also known as Harry Schartz, Decedent. F. M. Heaton having filed a petition lor the prohaUi of the Will of said decedent and for the appointment of F. M. Heaton as Executor, which Will Is on file In this Court and open to Inspection; IT IS ORDERED. That the hearing thereof be had on the 21st day of January. 1959. at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In Austin, Minnesota, and thnt objections to the allowance of suld will If any, be filed before said time of hearing; that the time within which creditors of said decedent may file their claims be limited to four months from the date hereof and that tho claims so tiled be heard on the 27th day of April, 1958, at 10 o'clock A. M.. bclore this Court In tho probate court room In tho court house lu Austin. Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication af this order In the Austin Dally Herald, and by mailed notice as provided bv law. .Dated December 24th 1858 PAUL KIMBALL. JH Probate Judge .PROBATE COURT SEALi CATHERWOOD, HUGHES At ALDKR- SON A'.tornejs for Petitioner Au.stIn, Minnesota Flic No. ue. r .9 Dcr. 27. Jun. 3, HI SH4.71C.31 2.537.85 LIVESTOCK AUCTION ST. ANSGAR SALES PAVILION AND EVIRY TUB.' THEREAFTER TUCS JAN H- lUbd., JAN. IJ- 500 HEAD of LIVESTOCK Some good ewes, fooder pigj and breeding heart. 20 — Colfhood vaccinated Holsteln Heifers, 600 to 900 Ibi. fwm one farm, 150— Steer and Heifer Calves, 350 to 500 lb« 150 — Year old Stcori and Heifers, 600 to 850 Ibs. ABOVE CATTLE GOOD AND CHOICE Consign your stock to us. We have o good market for oil claim including butcher slock and fat cattle, hogs and sheep. CALL US ON ANY STOCK YOU HAVE TO SELL ST. ANSGAR SALES PAVILION PILL MOUW, Manager MOSE BRIMM, Auet. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the Mower County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company will be held at the KG Hall of Austin, Minnesota, on Tuesday, January 13ih, 1959 at 1:30 P. M. The purpose of this meeting will be to hear the Secretary's and Treasurer's Reports for the year 1958, to elect three directors for a term of three years and to take care of any other business that may come before the organization. THE MOWER COUNTY FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY By: E. C. Schroeder, Secretary AUCTION JOHN WALKER ESTATE I m !! M ^, of West Concord, Vr mile N. & 4 miles W., or 8 miles S.W. of Kenyon on Hwy. 8, or 7'/i miles N. of the Corner Stotion at Claremont and 4 miles W. Tues, Jan. 13 - 11:30 A.M. 43 Choice High-Grade Holsrein Cattle 100% Bqngs free, all calfhood vac- ' •-- l " "- cinatcd except 7 cows, 20 Cows froth with lit, 2nd, and 3rd calves 3 cows spiinglnj with 3rd calf 6 cows fresh with 4th & 5th calves 3 bred heifers 2 yrs, old 10 heifer calves 2 weeks to 6 mos. old 1 Keg. bull, Mardalc Leader .Verne. 2!'i yrs. old 2 Surge milker poils, {lee. (-can cooler HOGS— 6 brood sows, bred Dec, 34 Feeder pigs 90 Ibs. FEED—30 ton Alf. & Alsikc Chopped hay, 50 ton Corn Silage, 150 8u. oats, 3000 bu. ear corn Good Power Machinery 1953 AC Held chopper, hay, corn i grass hcadi, 1957 M-D blower 1958 Plato unloadcr 1913 Owotonna steel 36-ft. elevator 1956 New Holafld rake, Oliver radex plows }-)« & 2-16 2 1956 6-ton wagons & full line ef other machinery LIBERAL TERMS - 14 DOWN 1958 Allis-Chalmcr D-17 tractor 500 hours 1958 4-row AC cult. 1957 AC 3-16 mounted plow, 1955 Allis-Chalmcr VYD - 45 tractor, wide from 1956 AC 4-row cult. 1957 AC UV'j »t. wheel disc 1953 AC 66 combine SCHWERT ,& FELLOWS - Auctioneer* FARMERS CREDIT CO., Clarement, Clerk TOTAL, UEi'OSlTS TOTAL LIABILITIES Capital Accounts 25.000 00 Undivided profits TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOL'NTb $ Kl'rrt TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACOOUN'IS ^li'iiTSl 'This b,uik't capital cw,&i.,is o!; Common .block with par value cif Memoranda pledged or u:.M^uea to ucurc Uubiiit.is and for oth'.T i.OOO.Ov ans to tanner* directly suamuWed umi r«lcf:r.;:b'lr 'on"dtl ni.md by the Commodity Credit Corporation, and cerUUcatcu o: interest representing ownerbhlp then-of $ J.GOu.Cj 3ti,4Vi!.35 , Oklahoma City 63, New Orkaus Loy ola 62 (2 otst Marquetle 87. Air Force 4« Monmouth dili as, Lawrence 53 Knox 90. Rlpoa 83 North Dakota 4S, South Dakota 4 Carletou 72. Cornell Uowu) 66 St. Oinf 7<3, Co« (in Bemidji 71. Jamestown' iNDi W> Nurtlu-ru Mich 73, St. Norben 50 Oshkosh State 73, Mich Tech 67 UUCKEV Minnesota 7, Michigan state 3 North Dakota i. Duluth Braneli 2 t Wi> J. F. SchnclcU-r, President, uud ii. P. Schutlcitr. c:abh:rr, of tho ; abovi-iuimed bunk do solemn!-, swtur Unit Uii- ubort Btalouiunt Is triu> and tlut It Jully and correctly reprtstms the true state of the several mat- tt-rs iHTt-iu contained and set lorth. to the beat of our knowledge and belie!. STATE OF MINNESOTA County oi Mower. M: Sworn to und subscribed beiorr me this 7th day ol Juuuary. 1959, und l hereby ccrlilv that J ,im not uu nulc- 'er or din-rtur o! this bank i: SEAL i WM B SPEAH j Notary Public. Mower County. MUin. .My CoauiilisKm Expires S*Pt. If '1905. 1 J. 1- .SCHNEIDER, President. H. P. SCHNEIDER, Cashier. Correct— Atlefcf G. S HANSON SiAMUtJ.. SWEKbON S. T. BOHN Director*. Jan. 10 Especially for You Ladies That Sew! PENNY AN INCH GALA FABRIC PARADE That's right, Ladies! For only One Cent Per Inch you can choose from woven Chambrays, Combed Cottons, Embossed Cottons, Crease Resistant Cottons, Percales, Regylated Cottons, Broadcloths and many more! All are machine washable and 100% color fast. "" ^ Mondoy, Jqn 12th ot 9 ;00 Shgrp PENNY AN DOWNSTAIRS STORE

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