The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 13, 1959 · Page 2
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Austin, Minnesota
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Tuesday, January 13, 1959
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2-AOStlN (Mirtn.) HIRAlD VITAL STATISTICS Births At S?, OLAF HOSPltAt, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Hanson, 1202 N. Kenwood, daughter, Jan. OtifStDE OF AUSTIN Mr. and Mrs. Vemle Dahl Jr., 1009 Dunham, Albert Lea, daughter, Jan. 8. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Stern, Adams. ~-~ Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roper, Rose Creek, daughter, Jan. 11, nt Men* orial Hospital, Osage, Iowa. Marriage Licenses Kenneth C. Kruger, 715 Lincoln, and Alma R. Wlthan, 906 E. Bridge. George E. Sweeney, Sioux City, Iowa, and C. Bernadyne Kerling, 401 N. Second. Deaths MRS. HARRY MATTHEWS SR. Mrs. Harry Matthews Sr. (Mabel), 83, died at St. Olaf Hospital this morning. She resided at 801 Park. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Homer Hawkins (Blanche), Mrs. Everett Lunde (Dorothy); three sons, Harry Matthews, Greer Matthews, all of Austin, and Robert W. Matthews, Los Angeles, a sister, Mrs. Walter Reichow, St. Paul. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon. Funerals BLOM — Funeral services for August Blom, Rose Creek, will be Tuesday, San, t3, 1959 jvatescent Home, Wednesday morn-jlege, Testing car keys In Ignl- ing, Jan. 7, following an illness ofjtlon, forfeit $15. nearly six years. j Richard L WrfmWi 705 Moscow> Ha«el Walker was born at Osage, ! careless driving, pleaded innocent, Iowa, in Mitchell County, the, trial 3 p.m. Jan. 13. LEGISLATURE (Continued Irom Page I) held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at St. Olaf Lutheran Church, the Rev. Arthur L. Swenson officiating. Interment will be In Hoflanda Cemetery. Rose Creek. Friends may j high school at What Cheer, Iowa! ,and Airways, B. M> Wichtertaan, daughter of the late Oscar and! Richard D. Bjelland Albert Lea ! plummer : Banking, John McGill, Mary Lang Walker, Feb. 1, 189S.! rtinning gtop si $]5 ' 'jWinona; Cities of First Class, Leo She was educated in various pub-j .,. , .„'.'.". ., « t i D - Mosier, Minneapolis; Civil Adlie schools and graduated from' ,™ d B , r " dy J r " Austln Rt ' \ ministration, Sally Luther, Minne- hieh si-hnnl nt what rh»oi- t,.«,o ' mc K ai muffler, 55. lapolis; Claims, John P. Skeate, 'Minneapolis; call at the Worlein Funeral Homr; with the class of 1912 and from L - vle F - Gravlin, 309 Bauman, until 12 o'clock noon Wednesday jCornell College, Ml. Vernon, IoWa,^ rnprnper tur ". *'<>• and at the church from 1 to 21 with thu class of 1917. She attend-i poarl M - Jester, Austin Rt. 5, P' m - ed summer sessions at the Uni-' runnin B a stop sign, $10. , I versify of Chicago in 192(1, 1021 and Vernon W. Kcmple, 401 N. Mill- SMITH — Funeral services for 1926. Held, driving 65 m.p.h. in 55 mile Willis Henry Smith will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Deer Creek Lutheran Church one mile north of Carpenter, Iowa, the Rev. H. L. Erickson officiating. Interment will be in the Carpenter Cemetery one mile east of Carpenter. SMITH — Funeral services for Russell A. Smith, 907 Collins, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the First Methodist Church, the Rev, William J. Campbell officiating Interment will be in Grand View Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at the Worlein Funeral Home from Tuesday noon until 12 o'clock noon Thursday and at the church from I to 2 p.m. MATTHEWS — Funeral services for Mrs. Harry Matthews Sr., 801 Park, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Jordan Mortu- Miss Walker followed her pro-; 7 ' 0 " 6 ' 15 -, , fession of teaching for which she! ? lchard p - Kin K- Ostrnnder, uneducated, at various towns includin * Garwin - Dumo ">. Mont- , $25. Lvle drunk - Lyle, drunk- ton and Clutier, Iowa, Devils \ en drivin g. Pleaded innocent, trial Lnke, N. D, Hill City, Mapleton' 3 p ' m Jan> 16> and Welcome, Minn., serving as Nm-man A. Peterson, Lyle, driv- high school principal at each ' m % over center line < * 2r >school, accept for the year shei J °hn W. Schammel, Rose Creek, took care of her aged mother. She drivin & 65 m 'P- h - in 55-mile zone, made her home at Austin not teaching. Leslie R. Shawbeck, Hayfield, She attended the Presbyterian j drivin 8 65 m.p.h. in 55-mile zone, Church and was a choir member when health permitted. Miss Walker was an ardent member and supporter of the Order of Eastern Star and a number of clubs and $15. James J. Vesely Jr., Austin Rt. 5, Illegal turn, $10, Dale E. Zrucky f 1714 McKinley, running a stop sign, $10. teaching organizations which were Larrv D - Tlieel . Pipestone, drlv- her greatest interest. Preceded In death by her parents, she Is survived by many cou- | sins and a host of friends to mourn her passing. ing vehicle over length, forfeit $25. William S. Hamilton, Sioux Falls, S. D., driving 65 m.p.h. in 55-mile zone, forfeit 15. Kenneth Kirchner, St. Paul, ary Chapel, the Rev. T. J. Wil- eral Home< the Rev _ David Kac . Funeral services were held at; drivin S 65 m.p.h. In 55-mile zone, 2 p.m. Jan, 10, at the Mayer Fun- j forfeited $30. liams officiating. Interment in Oakwood Cemetery will be held at a later date. Obituaries 1895 Hazel Walker 1959 Hazel Ellura Walker, 63, passed away at the Halverson Con- I'M PROUD OF MY MOMMY & DADDY They thought enough of me to buy the finest — LENNOX PERIMA-FLO HEATING with CONSTANT AIR CIRCULATION ••* Miter Mr Conditioning M no extra cost Lennox cooling witts use tame Mower and dod« as (he feennox heating bwy us a call or come h*f FREE ESTIMATES !^^ ia ".^ u ^iNor(-hern Natural Co, officiating, Interment was at' Osage. Card of Thanks I wish to thank all relatives and friends for Christmas cards, letters and gifts. 114 E. Mill Ph. HE 3-8801 Edna Hall Dexter, Minn. I wish to thank my friends and relatives for remembering me while I was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. I also wish to thank Dr. Jewell, nurses and nurses aids for their good care. Everett Torrens Municipal Court Ernest J, Klechner, St, Ansgar, Iowa, failing to yield the right of way, forfeited $15. Clifford M. Wilcox, 1610 Grove, jrunken driving, $100 or 00 days and driver's license revoked. Elizabeth L. Holmes, 402 S. Kenwood, failing to yield the right of way, $15. LeRoy Koch, 309 N. Third, failing to yield the right of way, $15. Mrs. Mary W. Larson, 50!) Elm, p failing to yield the right of way, | pleaded innocent. Trial 9 a.m. Jan. 22. " Kenneth L. Madson, 311 N, Fourth, driving 40 m.p.h. in a 30-mile zone, $30. Gary S. Schaub, 703 N. Third, Iriving 40 m.p.h. in a 30-mile zcn?. pleaded innocent, trial 3:15 p.m. Jan. 20, and no driver's license in possession. Delay sentencing on driver's license count until after trial. Jan Del Secord, Glenville, driving 75 m.p.h. in a 45-mile zone, $60. Theodore Opsahl, 1015 Gleason, failing to dim lights, $10. Larry A, Turner, 1301 W. Col- Files Applications OMAHA W — Northern Natural Gas Co. announced filing two applications with the Federal Power Commission today for authority to construct facilities to add 326 communities to its system. Commerce, Manufacturing and Retail Trade, Richard O'Dea, Mahtomedl; Commercial Transportation, Anthony Potgorsky, St. Paul; Cooperatives and Marketing, Burnett Bergeson, Twin Valley; Dairy Products and Livestock, Alvin Hofstad, Madison; Education, Dewey Reed, St. Cloud; Elections, Alfred J. Otto, St. Paul; Employes Compensation, Joseph Prifrel, St. Paul; Engrossment and Enrollment, Dan Conroy, Dumont; Forestry, Francis LaBrosse, Duluth; Game and Fish, Harry Basford, Wolf Lake; General Legislation, Carl G. Hagland, Minneapolis; Health, Ever- jett Battles, Warroad; Highways, | Charles Halsted, Brainerd; Insur- jance, Walter Day, Bagley; Judiciary, Lawrence Yetka, Cloquet; Labor, George Murk, Minneapolis; Law Enforcement and Crime Prevention, Ruben Wee, Balaton; Motor Vehicles, Peter Popovich, St. Paul; Municipal Affairs, Loren Rutter, Hibbing; Penal Institutions, Willard Munger, Proctor; Veterans and Military Affairs, Elmer Berglund, Bemidji, and Welfare, Eugene Knudsen, Kandiyohi. Gov. Freeman Monday requested the Legislature to convene in joint session at 11 a.m. Wednes- jday to hear his budget message. At that time the governor will present a budget of about 470 million dollars, which will require an estimated 82 million dollars in new revenue, DULLES (Continued from Page 1) basic approach to a solution of the German problem. West German Chancellor Kon- jrad Adenauer has called the So- jviet approach brutal, Dulles said, adding that he himself and his i associates think it is worse than {that because it is stupid and it will not work. Germany cannot be smothered under the kind of blanket the Soviet Union has in mind, Dulles added, and since a so-called neutralized and largely demilitarized Germany won't work, the powers must try instead to tie Germany into the rest of Europe. He said that is Adenauer's idea and is the basis of Adenauer's greatness as a German leader. BUDGET OIL GO. Presents the AUSTIN PACKERS TOM BERVIN A 6'-3" Forward and Center on the '58-'59 Packer squad Is Tom Berven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ove Boryen, 705 Nichelson. Mr. Berven is a teacher and basketball coach at A.H.S. Tom is a Senior, weighs 185 pounds, and is now playing his third season of basketball. He is a member of Student Council, the Chorus and the Spanish Club. He is treasurer of Hi-League at St. Olaf Church. Tom's hobbies include bowling, fishing, tennis, and sports In general. A Public Service "This is the terrific FREE fact book I told you about on TV" .,. ED SULLIVAN CUBA (Continued horn Page 1) gave this description of the executions: The prisoners were brought in trucks about 3 a. m. and the first group lined up along a freshly dug trench 10 feet deep and 10 feet Wide. fbnng Men One of the four Catholic priests who heard their confessions, the Rev. Jorge de Ghabede, head of the Catholic Youth Movement in Oriente, said they were mostly young men—police guards accused of violence and cruelty, alleged informer's, and members of the private army of former Sen. Rolando Masferrer, which despoiled those accused of supporting the rebellion. Masferrer has fled to Florida. Some of the men protested they were members of the rebel movement. One shouted "Fidel Castro is an assassin." Most stood at attention without blindfolds or arm bindings. I CAN HELP YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ... to a more secure future with ' MODERN WOODMEN LIFE INSURANCE •k Saving* Plans 4r Life Insurance •k Retirement Plans if Mortgage Cancellation Plans •k Education Funds DARWIN (Duke) GRAY 1200 West College Austin, Minn. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Home Offic* Rock Wand, III. Blue Crutch Sale Friday Fights Polio The little Blue Crutch lapel tag, symbol in the past of the needs of polio patients, will betoken hope for many handicapped by other ailments during the 1959 March of Dimes, Mrs. True Van House, campaign director for Mower County, declared today. The tags this year will identify donors to the expanded National j Foundation progrim of continued polio aid plus a new medical assault on arthritis and birth defects and basic research aimed at improvement of man's health. They will be sold by members of Esther Rebekah Lodge at street corners, shopping areas and elsewhere. "While March of Dimes contributions made the Salk polio vaccine a shining reality, our chapters still have 50,000 of the polio- crippled on their rolls," the cam- paign director said. "And now we are faced with at least II million people who suffer from arthritis and rheumatism, and 250,000 Infants born each year malformed. 1 ' In vilw of the added research and patient aid responsibilities to be assumed by the National Foundation, the campaign director sflirl she hoped that the "generous, and thoughtful citizens of our county will make sizeable contributions on Blue Crutch bay so that the March of Dimes can move 'Toward Greater Victories' in the year ahead." 8 Monkeys Escape; One Still at targe PITTSBURGH, Pa. (AP)-Eight monkeys escaped from their crate at Greater Pittsburgh Airport UK day, and one particularly elusive little fellow remained at large. The monkeys made a dash for freedom when the door of their crate was jarred open. 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