(Miftrv.) H1RAID Wedn«sdey, Jon. 14, '59 VITAL STATISTICS Birthi Af ST. 6tA? Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hamilton, §» Hayet, son, Jits. 13. Mr. ftfid Mrs, Roger Cochltn, 608 S. Chatham, daughter, Jan. U. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hudson, 702 .Johnson, MB,, Jan. 13. Mf. and Itr*. Robert Kraushaar, Qtearilk, **>ij Mf. and M& "Brace Sandier, 305 Lafayette, son, Jan. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sherman, GO? S. Main, son, Jan. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Everson, Myrtle, daughter, Jan. 14. OUTSIDE OP .AUSTIN Mr. and lira, Linus Knobbe, Rose Creek, daughter, Memorial Hospital, Osage, Jan. 11 Morrioge Licenses Jack H. Horstman, Adams, and Charlotte A. Irvin, Austin Rt. 4. Funerals SMITH — Funeral services for Russell A. Smith, 907 Collins, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the First Methodist Church, th« Her. 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 1 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 Mortuary Chapel, the Rev. T. J. WH- liama officiating. Interment in Oakwood Cemetery will be held at a later date. GRONSETH — Funeral services for Miss Sarah Gronsetb, Chicago, will be held at 2 p.m Fri day at Evanger Lutheran Church, near Hayfield, the Rev. Gilbert Jacobson officiating. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call at the Hayfield Funeral Chapel until noon Friday and at the church one hour before the service. Obituaries 1897 Dr. A. G. Patterson 1958 Alfred Gerard Patterson was born Aug. 20, 1897, at Melrose, Minn., the son of William Howard and Theresa Richter Fatterson. He was a graduate of Fargo, N. D., High School and the University of Minnesota College of Dentistry. He was married July 11, 1922, to Ann Metz, who died when their daughter, Shirley, was born. Sept. 21, 1926, Dr. Patterson married Maurine Crowley to whom were born, a daughter who died in infancy, and two sons, A. Gerard and Robert W. Patterson. Dr. Patterson enlisted in the Infantry Dec. 2, 1917, and served until Dec. 18, 1918. He was a member of the Chamber of Commerce, American Legion, Forty and Eight, Knights of Columbus, Aulneau Assembly of Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus; BPOE, Austin Dental Society, state and national dental organizations. At time of death, he was faithful navigator in Aulneau Assembly. He was a member of the St. Augustine Credit Union board and American Legion Club Corp. director, past president Austin Dental Society, and past American Legion post commander. He wa* Interested in the Americanism program of the Legion as it pertained to teaching good citi zenship and good sportsmanship to junior groups. He organized the Sons of the American Legion, Austin, and was chairman until it was dissolved nationally. He waa First District chairman of that committee. He was athletic officer of Aus tin Post and district chairman of American -Legion Junior Ease ball five years. He helped bring the state junior baseball touraa BUDGET OIL GO. fttttntt the AUSTIN PACKERS Swimming Team TERRY WEBER A Jurfor on the 1958,'59 Swimming team at Austin High if Tarry Weber. Terry is the ion of Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Weber, 203 $9M«*> Kenwood. Mr. Weber I* Meot D*pr. Manager for the Bflgly Widely Supermarkets. Tgriy is 9 ft«f Style *wimm«r. Th(« j* Me fim season of swim- fig at Austin High. Aside tarn Ws school ectiv- T«r*y l« a member of the POMifc *nd enjoys h M nt!ng, «*W«V end tennis. Terry is also tel*r**l*d to Trock. ervice ment here shortly before Ms death. He was serving his second year as first district chairman of school patrol. Dr. Patterson died Dec. 27 at St. Olat Hospital. Funeral services were at St. Augustine Church Dec. 30, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Robert Jttffiiagt wring Requiem High Mass and the Rev. Lawrence Gavin conducting ceremonies at the cemetery. Pallbearers were Harry Strong, Sig Qvale, Rupert Shankland, H. C. Littlefield, E. M. Diederich, Pierce Tubbs. Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus member* were a guard of honor Monday evening at the Mayer Funeral Home and during the funeral and burial, with Hugh V. Plunkett, moderator. The legion funeral escort conducted military burial services with Roy T. Anderson chaplain and Harry Hall, sergeant-at-arms. Dr. Patterson Is furvived by his wife, Maurine; a daughter, Mrs. Clinton L. Anderson, Austin; two sons, A, Gerard Patterson, Appleton, Wis., Robert W. Patterson, St. Paul; a sister, Mrs. John Becker, Wilmette, 111. 18W Louig Block 195S Louis Albert Block was born Oct. 17, 1899, in Austin, the son of Herman and Emelia Block. He attended Lincoln School and resided in Austin until 1953, when he moved to Brownsdale. He was a member of the Eagles and the Cedar Valley Conservation Club and had been employed at George A.fHormel & Co. for 44 years. He served nine months with the Army in 1941. Mr. Block died at 1:15 p.m. Mon day, Jan. S, at St. Olaf Hospital after being ill since Sept. 12. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 8, the Rev. M. E. Hauge officiating. Interment was in Oakwood Cemetery with the Mayer Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mr. Block is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Matle Storry, Bag ley, Minn., Mrs. George Hangge, and George Block, Austin, and Henry Block, Brownsdale. Out-of-town persons attending the funeral were Andrew Jacobson and Nell, Wakonda, S. D.; Robert Ingersoll and family, Mr. and Mrs. lames Grace, Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Relmer, Mrs. Florence Vollbrecjit, Fred Rauen, St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Crace, Adams; Mr. and Mrs. Axel Hanson, Northfield. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our many friends and relatives for their acts of kindness at the time of our sorrow, the death of our brother, Louis Block. A special thanks to Rev. C. E. Hauge, pallbearers, singer, organist, those who sent food, flowers and memorials. Thank you also to the Eagles, Cedar Valley Conservation Club, Dr. Seery, Dr. Hagen, nurses and nurses aids of 'St. Olaf Hospital. It was all greatly appreciated. The Family of Louis Block We wish to express our sincere ihanks to friends and relatives for th« kindness shown us during the recent death of our father and grandfather, Frank Bagley. Thanks to the nurses, nurses aids at St. Olaf Hospital and Dr. Hesla. A special thanks to all at the Valth nursing home, Pastor Swenson organist, soloist, pallbearers, Mr and Mrs. N. C. Rasmusson for in viting us to their home and all who furnished and served lunch. It was all greatly appreciated. Many thanks for the memorials, flower; and cards of sympathy. The Children and Grand children We wish to express our sincere thanks to all our friends and rela lives who helped to make our 45th anniversary such a happy one. Mr. and Mrs. Ole A. Olson Ambulance Runs TUESDAY 10:40 a.m. - 505 Garfield to St. Olaf Hospital. 4:04 p.m. — 1H miles north of Lyle to St. Olaf Hospital. 7:10 p.m — Scully Rest Home to St. Olaf Hospital. Municipal Court James W. Wentzel, 1001 Sullivan, pleaded innocent of failing to stop for an accident. He was acquitted. Ernest Espe, Mapleview, no- fund check, 90 days. Robert Kneeskern, J208 N. First, drunken driving, $100 or 90 days and big driver's license revoked. He paid the fine. Lyle Woman Injures Back in Fall at Home Mrs. Walter Winter, Lyle, is in satisfactory condition today at St. Olaf Hospital after suffering injuries when she fell from a step ladder at her home about 4 p.m. Tuesday. Mri. Winter was hanging a mir ror wbeo she slipped, injuring her back and aide. NASTY, NASTY BQONE Ifl - Police here have learned that thieves can be nasty when they have to go away empty banded. When the thugs /ailed to crack the cafe at the Spurgeon Store and the same thing occurred ft the Otis Lumber Co. they dumped all the lumber company filei WQ4 aoaked th* >aperi with ink. County Notes 1,248 Births, 865 Deaths Mower County population increased 8G5 in the vital statistics department during 105B according to figures released today by Clerk of Court William Sucha. A total of 1,248 infanta had their first breath spanked into them in the county during 1958 while 383 deaths were recorded. Births were down 90 last year, With females responsible for the lag. Baby girl births were down 107 from 1957 while 17 more boys were born In the county in 1958 than in 1957. Births during 1958 by sex: January, 49 boys and 43 girls; February, 55 boya and 40 girls; March; 51 boya and 44 girls; April, 43 boya and 44 girls; May, 67 boys and 52 girls; June, 63 boys and 52 glrla; July, 56 boys and 55 girls; August, 53 boys and 45 glrla; September, 60 boys and 48 girls; October, 61 boys and 62 girls; November, 60 boys and 44 girls, and December, 51 boys and 50 girls. Deaths 1958: January, 35; February, 43; March, 32; April, 30; May, 33; June, 31; July, 29; Aug. ust, 33; September, 33; October, 31; November, 23, and December, 29. Toopi Youth Admits Siphoning Gasoline Robert Weibrand, 18, Taopi, involved in a series of thefts in the Austin area in the last month, has admitted siphoning gas from four trucks, Deputy Sheriff C. H. Halstenson, said today. Wiebrand today appeared in Municipal Court on a petty larceny charge in connection with the theft of a battery Dec. 28 from the rear of Prinzing's Market, Highway 218-N. The youth will appear again Thursday with a parent, Bra den President of Realtors Board Clark E. (Nick) Brnden of the Kellogg agency was installed as president of the Austin Board of Realtors Monday night. Dave Averbook of the Averbook Agency is vice president, and Bud Leif, Leif Agency is secretary. Plans were discussed for a local observance of National Realtors Week. The Austin group will be host to the Tri-County Realtors seminar in April, with Robert Babcock, in charge of arrangements. LOOKING FOR FATHERS — Two youngsters peek through bars at La Cabana military prison in Havana Cuba, as they attempt to talk with their fathers inside. Some 560 accused agents and supporters of the Batista regime are being detained in the prison by the forces of Fidel Castro. Rebel sources said that several thousand Batista suppoters face "revolutionary justice" throughout the island. (NEA Telephoto) Cottony Fog Slows Travel Cottony fog slowed auto travel and disrupted air service in parts of the Midwest today, while colder air streamed down the Atlantic Coast and Great Plains areas. Airplane traffic was shut off completely at Chicago's two major airports, Midway and O'Hare Field. Many 'truck drivers in Chicago suburban areas pulled off to the side of the highways when visibility dropped to less than a half block. Some suburban trains ran five to 10 minutes late. Temperatures dipped into the teens as far south as Gordonsville, Va., following Wednesday's readings in the 60s. Houlton, Maine had a low of -1 degrees and northern Florida cooled to the mid 30s. Northwesterly winds spread cooler air from the Northern Plains into the Oklahoma Panhandle. Mild weather prevailed throughout most of the Midwest. Booters Schedule 18 Summer Cruises The Austin Boating Club is planning 18 cruises for its 1959 schedule with the first one a shakedown cruise, April 26, launched from Red Wing. On May 10 a Mother's Day dinner cruise is planned with launching at St. Paul. Two June cruises are planned, five in July and seven in August. Last cruise of the season is planned for Aug 23 with a launching at Winona. YMCA Meeting Is 6:30 P.M. Feb. 4 The YMCA annual meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 4 not Feb. 6 as reported in THE HER ALD Tuesday. Speaker will be Wilbur Elston, editor of the editorial pages for the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Ex-Secretary Has New Job Minus Pay LANCASTER, N. H. (AP)-Sinclair Weeks, "unemployed" since retiring as secretary of com merce, has a new job today, but without pay. An official resident of this northern New Hampshire town of 3,113 residents for only 12 days, Weeks was appointed to the board of trustees of the William D. Weeks Memorial Library here. The library was donated to the town by his father, William D. Weeks, a former secretary of war. EXPECTS SPLIT NEW YORK W) — Truman K. Gibson, president of the International Boxing Club, thinks Monday's Supreme Court ruling will lead to a separation rather than destruction of the IBC's in New York and Chicago. HAWKS SELL GOALIE WINNIPEG, Canada W) — The Winnipeg Warriors of the Western Hockey league Tuesday bought goalie Al Rollins from the Chicago Black Hawks of the National league for an undisclosed sum. Mass Treason Trial to Start Soon in Africa PRETORIA, south Africa <AP> >— South Africa's mass treason trial of opponents of the government's white supremacy policy gets under way again Jan. 19. After more than two years of preparation, 30 of the original 156 defendants will be In the dock next Monday. Another 61 will go on trial April 20. Charges against the remaining 65 have been dropped. All were arrested In December 1956. They still have had no chance to enter pleas to. an Indictment charging them with conspiring to overthrow the government by violence. An important element of the government's case Is the "Freedom Charter" adopted at a "Congress of the People" organized in June 1955 by the African National Congress and other nonwhite political organizations. The "Freedom Charter" demands equal rights for all races, nationalization of South Africa's mineral wealth, banks and "monopoly industry," repeal of discriminatory laws, maintenance of world peace, and independence for all peoples of Africa. Home Study Groups Continue Sessions St. Olaf Lutheran Church Home Bible Study Groups will continue sessions at 7:30 p.m. today. The Gospel of St. Mark is the topic Members will meet with the following leaders and hosts: N. Kenwood Group, L. H. Williams, leader, with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson, Austin Rt. 1; Central Group, Dr. Duane Wallaker, leader, with Mrs. Irene Ellingson, 407V 2 S. Chatham; Northeast Group, Dale Conklin, leader, with Mrs. Agnes Wennes, 1408 N. Oak; Northwest Group (Sec. A), Mrs. George Gunderson, leader, at' her home, 401 Neveln. Northwest (Group Sec. B), Marion Knutson, leader, in the church third floor reception room; Southeast Group, Leroy Johnson, leader, with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nelson, 703 Madison; Southwest Group, William Ruppert, leader, at his home, 1514 Park. Classes are open to all interested in study. Those attending are requested to bring Bibles. BACK FOR RETRIAL DBS MOINKS Ufl — The Iowa State Supreme Court Tuesday ordered back for retrial the equity case involving a former Amama Society purchasing agent. VIRGINIA SCHOOLS Closure Measure Is Protested NORFOLK, Va. (AP) - A City Council resolution that could close all secondary schools here if Virginia's anti-integration laws are ruled unconstitutional appears headed 'for a court challenge. The resolution, passed Tuesday by a 6-1 vote, said the council People's Pulpit APPEAL TO COUNTY PEOPLE Editor, THE HERALD: We of the Mower County Chapter of the Red Cross are glad to be a participating agency in the first Mower County Combined Ru« ral Solicitations. We feel it is only right to do what we can to keep you informed, as to the stewardship of your money. 1. 94 per cent of our budget is for the residents of Mower County. 2. Our payroll consists of one paid employe — all other work Is strictly voluntary and without compensation. 3. We own no building locally, or expensive equipment, with maintenance costs — our headquarters are rent free. 4. A capable board (with members from all sections of the county) is fully Informed of all monies received and spent each month. For over 40 years the Red Cross has been a vital part of this county's life. Most of its activities cannot be measured in dollars. However, there is one phase of its work that can be. Each year, from 1,000 to 1,500 pints of blood which have been collected by voluntary donations through the Red Cross Bloodmoblle are administered to residents of Mower County at no cost to the recipients except the hospital charge for administration. This represents a direct saving of from $35,000 to $40,000 annually to the recipients. The savings from this one project (not to mention the various other activities of this organization) amounts to about three times our annual budget. The Red Cross grew out of human needs. Since its inception it has been striving to serve those needs. Its banner knows no barrier geographically, or as concerns race, color, or creed. Thanks to your dollars the Red Cross is kept on the job not only in Mower County but throughout the world. We hope we can count on your continued support. Gene McLaughlin Chapter Chairman "does hot propose, at this time, to authorise" funds for public schooling above the sixth grade after Jan, 31. immediate protest came from Edmund D. Campbell, an Arlington lawyer, "Norfolk cannot be permitted to stop education at the sixth grade," Campbell said. "Some legal remedy will be found." Mayor W. Fred Duckworth said the resolution means the secondary schools "will not open unless there is some radical change in the present situation." He declined to aay what a radical change might be. State and federal court rulings Bachelor Suicides; Leaves Big Estate to Aid Youngsters NEVADA, Iowa WB' - A 79- year-old bachelor, who killed himself Saturday, has left his estate to the public School fund to promote instruction in vocal music and in the proper development of the lungs of kindergarten children. Disclosure of the unusual bequest was made Monday by Attorney Frank Lounsberry,, Nevada. He said that William E. Hawks, of Cambridge, who shot himself to death Saturday, had left an estate of between $300,000 and $400,000. DIES FROM BEATING ST. LOUIS (AP) — Charles Simon, 61, a St. Louis freight agent, died in a hospital here Monday of head injuries he got when beaten "by two youths on Dec. 30. Authorities said Simon was an apparent victim of an attempted robbery. are expected next Monday on the constitutionality of the state'i massive resistance program. The council's action was regarded as a move to prevent school integration in the event the massive resistance laws fail to survive the court tests. Horses, Utes Get Benefits From Bills WASHINGTON (AP) — There's something for almost everybody in the thousands of bills that have flowed at a record rate into the House since Congress convened last week. For those who took part in tin capture of the Ute Indians in 1906, for example, there's a bill to recognize them as veterans of the Indian wars. For former presidents, thcre'i one to make them guest members of the House and Senate. Other measures_,would provide: For wild hoifies, protection against being captured or killed for horsemeat; for the next cruiser built, the name "Brooklyn"; for the village of Whitehall, Washington County, N. Y., recognition as the birthplace of the U. S. Navy. CAR .VICTIM CHARLES CITY Vh — Funeral services were being planned Tuesday for Herman Tommlngo, 82, Charles City, who was struck by a car on a downtown street here last Dec. 27. He died of injuries Monday. Our friendly understanding service comes from years oj conscientious service to those in need, FUNERAL CHAPEL 510 W. Oakland HE 3-7619 Enjoy a Luncheon This Week in Minnesota's Most Beautiful Setting .. . THE FABULOUS King's Wood Tbe Famoiu Hormel Estate East on Highway 16 ' " Luncheon Menu For that SPECIAL occasion . The King's Wood Hotel dining rooms are open every day of the week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Apple juice .30 Soup du jour .30 Tomato juice .35 Hot or jellied consomme" .35 Fresh California orange juice .60 Grape juice .30 Cream of tomato .35 Fruit cocktail 30 Sliced Tomatoes , 35 King's Wood Chef's Salad 60 Shrimp Cocktail 1.00 TOSSED GREEN SALAD (choice of dressing).. .30 King's Wood Royal Hawaiian 50 Marinated Beef a la Germaine 60 Chicken Salad 50 Potato Salad 30 ChefsDaUy Special. 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