The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 15, 1959 · Page 2
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Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, January 15, 1959
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5-AUSTIN (Minn,) HERAID Thursday, Jan. 15, '59' VITAL STATISTICS Births jMont.; a sister, Mrs. Fred Funerals i 3:5rt P- m - — pi &siy W'sgiy store, iSt. Paul and Courtland, to St. GRONSETH — Funeral services Olftf Hospital, for Miss Sarah Gronseth, Chi-; cago, Will be held at 2 p.m Fri-; day at Evanger Lutheran Church, jShemmp, Detroit Lakes; R brother" near ** a yfold, the Rev. Gilbert} Frank A. Hunter, 17, 603 S. St. AT St. OLAF HOSPITAL i fn-law, Carl Seal, Spring Valley, i J acobson officiating, interment Paul, careless driving, license sus- Mr. and Mrs. Richard McGrath, | Services will be Saturday after-j wi11 be in tne church cemetery. jpended 30 days, stayed six months, 40454 S, Main, son, Jan. 14. jnoon in Spring Valley. (Friends may call at the Hayfield: and 1 leaving the scene of an acci- Funeral Chapel until noon Friday dent, warned and released. Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Culbert, Austin Rt. 1, son, Jan. 14. OUTSIDE OF AUSTIN . Mr. and Mrs. Norman LeVas- —- --Sew, Lyle, daughter, Jan. 10, at! Monda y ni 8 ht and died of injur ...i.' ,..*** .11 M * iflC WosinAeslat and at the church one hour before! MRS. JEAN CANLIN , Mrs. Jean Canlin, .12, Chicago. : the service, was struck by an automobile there ( | LEE — Funeral services for El-! mer G. Lee, North Branch, Minn., Memorial Hospital, Osage, Iowa. 1CS Wednesday morning. ..... _ , „,„,„,, „„,,„ Mr. and Mrs. NorbelffLandherr, She was B Slster of Chester Cot- w jli be held 2 p.m. Friday at the: Rose Creek, daughter, Jan. 15, at tin gham and Mrs. Edna Baker, I Lutheran Church, Spring Lake, j at -»r «—:i-i r,—».—... Austin: Clarence Cottingham, Del i Minn., and at 2 pm Saturday 1 Paso Heights, Calif.; Robert Cot ------- tingham, San Diego, Calif.; Mrs. Madsen, Crystal Lake, St. Marys Hospital, Rochester. Deaths CORRECTION r- j In the obituary of Louis Block, L ^ un ? ral services wiil bc lield i the name of a brother, William i Saturday morning at Ch.cago. Block, was omitted from the list Chester and Robert Cott.ngham Vernice 111. Block, was omitted from the list of survivors. MRS. GUS RABINE Mrs, Gus Rabine, Rochester, died Wednesday at St. Marys Hospital there after suffering a heart attack. She was the mother of Mrs, Max Teff, 412 Slavin. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at Rochester. ARTHUR MILLER and Mrs. Madsen will attend, also Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schaefer and Lillian, Austin. ELMER G. LEE Elmer G. Lee, 66, a former resi- den of he Dexer area, died Tuesday at his home in North Branch, Minn. Survivors are three sons, Norman and Everett, Austin, and Elmer Jr., Minot, S. D.; three daughters, Mrs. Arthur Hanson, Austin; Mrs. Henning Eidsvoog, Minnea- Arthur (Dick) Miller, 82, Spring polis, and Mrs. Wendell Clark, Valley, died at his home Wednes- Spirit Lake, Iowa. day morning. He had farmed for 40 years in the Frankford community and moved to Spring Valley in 1942. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Lee Sample, Spring Valley, and Mrs. O. W. Boepple, Libby, Mr. Lee resided in the Dexter are for more than 25 years, moved to North Dakota and then to North Branch seven years ago. Funeral services will be Friday at Spring Lake and in Austin Saturday, WHEN DOES COME IN THE VWWI Stand for Pensions Is Unchanged Veterans of World War I will not ask Congress to grand pensions to veterans of World War I at the age of 70, according to word received here from John E. Erickson, national junior vice commander. In a letter to Emery Deyo, Aus- jtln Barracks 547 commander, ty, Iowa, the daughter of Theodore I Erickson re P° rls that F ™d Hollen- and Bertha Thorrmson. beck - nali °n al commander, was misquoted as having advocated at St. Olaf Lutheran Church, Austin, the Rev. Melvin Hauge officiating. Interment will be at Grand View Memorial'Gardens. Obituaries 1883 Tomlne Hobkirk 1339 Tomine Olava Hobkirk was born' March 27, 1883, In Mitchell County, Iowa, the daughter o and Bertha Thompson. VETERANS TALK — Austin Amver Post 1 Cmdr. Milford Anderson and Mower County Veterans Service Officer Frank Dunsmore discuss veterans problems with National Amvet Cmdr. Dr. Winston Burdine and Ben Kroma, national inspector general for the Amvets. Left,to right are Kroma, Anderson, Dunsmore and Dr. Burdine. She attended school in Otrnnto Township and Mona, Iowa, and on Oct. 14, 1908, was united in marriage with Joseph LeRqy the 70-year point rather than 60. "There is no change in our pension program," Erickson points at Osage, Iowa. They resided atj Kenewick, Wash., in 1908, and Bat- tereau, N. D, in 1909. In 1912, they moved to Osage and later toj Mona. Since 1916, she resided at! Lyle. | Mrs. Hobkirk was a member of| the Lutheran Church, the Ladies J Aid, Sunday school, Jewish Mis sion and WCTU. She died at 4:30 p.m. Jan. 9, "A pension for all veterans of World War I at the age of 60." Jury Drawn in Assault Case one uieu ai -»:.iu p.m. jan. s, Testimony in the trial of Jerome at the Barnett Ramsey home in i Daniels, 25, Rochester man charg- Austin after being ill about five e d with indecent assault against months. Funeral services were i a 6-year old girl at Waltham Nov. held at 2 p.m. Jan. 13, at the Wor- lein Funeral Home, the Rev. W Junker officiating. Interment was in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Mona. Surviving are her husband; a son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Hobkirk, Dallas, Texas; three grandchildren, Joanne, Judith and Robert Jr., Dallas; three brothers, Oscar B. 10, got under way in Mower County District Court this morning. The jury was selected Wednesday afternoon. Jurors hearing the criminal case are: Mrs. Dale Ellis, Lan sing Township; Kermit L. Meyer, Austin; Mrs. Harold Olson, Austin; Nelson Quanta, Austin; Herman Skov, Lyle Township; Mrs. Gustav Speten, Austin; Earl Tieg Thompson, Velva, N. D., Thomas I ., • • ,. • •> M. Thompson, Voltaire, N. D.j en ' Adams Townsh) P; M ^rl Ul, . ., Lewis 0. Thompson, Austin; four sisters, Mrs. Theodore Bolinder, Inglewood, Calif., Mrs. Olga Sundt, St. James, Minn., Mrs. L. M. Halverson, Mona, Mrs. Ellen Cordes, Osage. Out-of-town persons attending the funeral came from Minneapolis, Lyle, Osage, St. Ansgar, Charles City and Dallas. Card of Thanks I want to thank all the nice people who sent gifts, cards or remembered me in any way while I was at St. Olaf Hospital. Especially the members of Rosary Society, Father Hazinski and Father Olsen, Dr. Leek, Dr. Anderson and the nurses. Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered. Mrs. John White Ambulance Runs WEDNESDAY 1:22 p.m., St. Olaf Hospital to 802 Harmon. 1:55 p.m. — St. Olaf Hospital to St. Marys Hospital, Rochester. -SHOP NATE'S - SHOP NATE'S - SHOP NATE'S - SHOP NATE'S - SHOP MATPC RECORD SMASHING $60,000 WINTER OVERSTOCK Amvet Head Notes Training Bill Benefits Sale $5.00 TANKER JACKETS Men's fixes, fully insulated. A regular $9.95 value. All wanted features. Sale $10.00 BOYS' CAR COATS Voluei ro $17.95 Sizes 6 thru 18 Outstanding quality Sale $4.00 GABARDINE JACKETS Boys' sixes, fur collared Values to $9.95 Fully insulated Sale $6.66 BOYS 1 PARKAS Zip-off hoods Navy & charcoal Sices 8 thru 16 A reg. $10.95 value Sale $8.88 per Suit INSULATED UNDERWEAR 2 piece nylon b mirocron, worm 9* toast 2 piece underwear. A regular $M.95 value. Two Cent Sale Boys' Ivy League SLAX Buy the first pair for $2.98 ... get the second pair tor just It. • Patch pockets • Tan & black colors • Sizes 4 thru 16 Sale $1.00 Children's Flannel Lined BOXER JEANS A regular $1.79 Value Sanforized, full cut Sizes 2 thru 6x Sale 2 for $3.00 BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS Voiwes to $2.98 eoch. Long ite«W, fomoui brand quality. Sue* 4 thru 18. Work Glove Sale JERSEY Me °'' Si "U GLOVES I vC pr Reg. 29e - Limit 4 Pr.' CHORE t)7_ GLOVES *IC pr Reg. 39e - limit 4 Pr.' Sale $3.44 pr. CHILDREN'S ICE SKATES A reg. $5.95 value Sizes 10 thru 2 White or black colors ALL OTHER SIZE SKATES REDUCED Sale $2.00 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS VoJue* to $4.98 Token from our regular stock Campus" ood other famous wakes. Latest styles ond fob"C* ... all siies. Sale $3. $4, $5, $6 JACKETS Fpr men and boys. Values to $19,95. Token from our regular stock. REDICULOUS LOW PRICES Attention Girls New Shipment Received Eskimo Parkas $7.99 No more offer this shipment is gone. Get yours at once. III ATE S welling, Nevada Township; Mrs. Wilton Zeller, Austin; Leo Anderson, Austin Township; Harry Jondahl, Austin, and Dave Kahl, Grand Meadow. Higher Stop Signs Indorsed Stop signs at Harrison, and River, a nominating committee for new officers and a nomination for a national award were discussed Wednesday at a meeting of the Austin and Mower County Safety Council. School stop signs at River and Harrison are too low to be seen readily, Les Stalek told the council. Members voted to send a letter to the city engineer's office advising that warning signs should be installed ahead of the stop signs and recommending higher signs. On recommendation of Mayor Baldy Hansen, the council indorsed Mrs. Luella Galstad for the Lane Bryant award for safety activity. The national award is sponsored by Columbia University and the Lane Bryant stores and carries a $1,000 gift to the winner. Mrs. Galstad has been active in many facets of safety in the community. President Roger Saman selected Clayton Meyer, past president, as chairman of a nominating committee for new officers. Other members of the committee are Dick White and Mrs, Galstad. Car Runs Into City Stop Sign Five collisions reported to police today included one hit-run case and one accident with a stop sign. A car driven by Ann G. Sherman, 1500 Park, hit a stop sign at Highway 16 and James street at 8:54 a.m. Tuesday. Damage of $40 was done to her car. Mrs. Inez Egerston, 1011 W. Oakland, told police her car was damaged about $25 Wednesday when parked in the Nelson Supermarket lot. A collision at 4:53 p.m Wednesday at Highway 218-S and Railway caused 20 damage to the car of Niles Van Hooser, Austin Rt. 3. and $80 damage to the car of Mrs. Goldie Hoopman, Austin Rt. 3. An accident last Friday just reported to police caused $35 damage to the car of Stephen Blum, 810 Marshall, and $50 to the car of Caroline Wolbscball, 1806 Mower Drive. The collision occurred at 6:15 p.m. at Lansing and Kenwood. Damage of $45 was done to the car of Mrs. 0. D. Bowlby, 311 W. Winona, and no damage to the car of Mdvina Mitchell, 60i» Harmon, in a collision at 9:52 p.m Wednesday at Kenwood and Nicholsen. A 12:25 p.m. collision Tuesday at Wiuoua and Greenwich caused $15 damage to the car ot Dale Byer, Mitchell, Iowa, and $25 damage to the car of Eugene Uu- derdahl, 1403 E. Oakland. Dr. Winston Burdine, national Amvet commander, Bpoke to Am- vet Post 1 members at the Armory Wednesday night about great benefits to the American economy of the GI Bill for Educational Training. He pointed out that a study showed that ex-GIs who took advantage of schooling, paid on the aver> age of $4,000 more in taxes since World War II than the veterans who did not take advantage of the educational provisions of the GI bill. 4-H Club is Host at Parents' Night LE ROY, Minn. — Northwest Junior Farmers 4-H Club e'nter- tained their parents Monday at an oyster stew and chili supper served in the LeRoy Community Building. John Hale and Robert Bennent demonstrated using carpenter tools; Jerry Hale reported on the Chicago trip he was awarded; Robert played accordion and John Hale saxophone selections, and Raymond Hanson showed slides of Korean, western states and various vacation spots. In the business session, Phyllis Dr. Burdine stopped in Austin on his way to St. Paul to present a charter to the first St. Paul Amvet post. He said he is currently trying to get five posts in Minnesota in order to start a state department. "Now," he said, "Minnesota and Mississippi are the only two states in the union who do not have a state department." Minnesota now has three chapter The trail - blazing Austin post, a post at Dexter and the new St. Paul post. Two more posts are thus needed to qualify Minnesota for a State Amvet Department. "I'm sure we will have five posts by the end of this year," Dr. Burdine said. BRIDGE RESULTS Austin Duplicate Bridge Club members played 17>/ 2 tables of two-section Howell Movement at the Elks Club Wednesday night. Winners are as follows: SECTION A Mrs. Carl Young, Mrs. Joe Boulet, first; William Fox, R. Norman Miller, second; Mrs. Jack Kentta, Miss Jane Ann Harrigan, third. SECTION B Fred Dugan, David S. Owen, Smi-th was chosen reporter and'first; Mrs. George Fisch, Mrs. programs for the year were dis- John Cambern, second; Joe Dauer, tributed. Dr. James McGuiness, third. Get Together 4-H Hears Mrs. Hildahl LE ROY, Minn, — Instructions in completing record books was given the Get Together 4-H Club by Mrs. Erma Hildahl, Howard County Home agent, Tuesday. Velma Blum talked on church courtesy; JoAnn Jones, picture study talk and Phyllis Smith, personality sheet demonstration, and then each member filled out a personality sheet. Nancy and Judy Keeton were hostesses and Mary Feather will be hostess to the Feb. 12 meeting. Mrs Norman Smith and Mrs. Eugene Feather, adult leaders, were guests. 6 Donors Called for Type-0 Positive Six Austin area persons with type-0 positive blood were called by Red Cross Wednesday to supply needs for surgery on Rex Howe, Spring Valley. Howe received a total of 10 pins. Donors calld by Mrs. Edna Riskedahl, executive secretary of the Mower County Red Cros* were: Peter Legried, Oakland; Sylvester Espe, 1803 Sheldon; Mrs. Genevieve Nodboralski, 1700 McKinley; Mrs. C. F. Gorman, 607 Highway 218 S.; George Hemenway, 603 N. Fifth, and Mrs. Harold Hinkle, 701 N. First. Change-of-Use Hearings Set Four hearings on petitions for change of use of residential property, will be held by the City Council at its adjourned meeting Monday night. Otherwise, the agenda is light. The four hearings concern requests for: Change of use from residential to commercial and light Industrial of the Ryther property 6n southwest corner of intersection of Victoria and Kenwood. Change of use of Burr Oaks Market's lot, northwest comer of Kenwood and Myrtle, from residential to commercial and light industrial. Change of use from residential to commerical and light industiral of lots at northeast corner of Ellis and Oakwood. Change of use from residential to multiple dwelling of Uhlis prop- I efty on west side of Sutton ?Uci from Oakland to Winona. One item of new business is on the agenda, a request for approval of a permit for repair of the Grand Hotel building, damaged by fire. Scheduled as items of unfinished business are reports of the ordinance committee on John Loring's application for a liquor" license, and on liquor license fees. Spring Volley Artist Cited for Paintings A Spring Valley woman, Mrs. Hollister Pease, was one of 25 rural artists cited for paintings they are exhibiting at t.he Rural Art Show of Farm and Home Week at the University of Minnesota this week. KIWANIANS SEE FILM A Caribbean cruise picture was shown to the Kiwanis Club Wednei- day. The Cunard Line movie followed a tour from New York to the islands and return, including side trips on shore. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Ai wt begin »noth«r ytar of imict 10 funiliM of tb« Auidn crw, M»y»r Funtrtl Home pitdgw to continue the policiw of Jwrioml attention which hart helped to lighten the burden ol bereavement for » many. Moreover, we repeat our aiurance that no family ever hat ot titi will be denied Mayer lervice became of financial circumstance. MAYER WNCf WJ 6W N. GrMftficli * Pbow HE 3-2081 Welcome New Neighbors We take this occasion to Welcome our New business Neighbors — The Donna-Lynn Maternity Shop and The Philomathian Library and Church Goods Store. Nicol's Toy & Hobbycraft 208 E. Bridge St. Ph. HE 7-3923 FARMER'S and WORKWOMAN'S STORE iw e. MO) OPEN MON. & FRI. NJTES Phone HE 3-5166 PtBLJSUEK DIES < FOND DU LAC, Wis. j David K. Steenbergb, 67, promi- jnent Milwaukee magazine publisher and former newspaperman, died Wednesday. Greetings To Donna-Lynn Maternity Shop And Philomathian Library & Gift Store We are glad to have them with us in our part of town and wish them every success in their new locations CASEDY'S VALUE STORE 224 N. Chatham HE 3-8201 WELCOME Philomathian Library And Donna Lynn Shop From BAKKO Barber Shop 205 E. Bridge St. WE SALUTE YOU Donna Lynn Shop and Philomathian Library Good Luck in Your New Home WENZL JEWELRY Austin Hotel Bldg. Chatham at Bridge St. GREETINGS To 2 New Business Firms ~ Philomathian library ,and Church Goods Store and Donna-Lynn's Maternity Shop. Best of luck in your new locations. , Home of Good Food and Good Coffee MINNESOTA CAFE 215 E. Bridge St. Hi 3-9944 MOVED SIS •fcj New Location For The PHILOMATHIAN LIBRARY & CHURCH GOODS STORE 209 East Bridge St. We Are Installing Our Fixtures In Our New Location And Getting Ready For Our FIRE SALE Merchandise Reduced 50% OFF ON MANY ITEMS • Religious Jewelry • Water Fonts • Sacred Art • Pictures • Religious Articles • Prayer Books • Rosaries • Crucifixes IMPORTED and DOMESTIC ARTICLES • Bibles • Religious Text • Approved Novels Many Books - Pamphlets Here Is Your Chance To Get Ideal Gift hems For Just A Fraction Of Their Value. We Expect To Have The Sale Going Next Week. WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT DONNA LYNN MATERNITY SHOP NEW LOCATION 210 East Bridge Street Starts This Week End (Fri.) on Mdse. Salvage from fire - Undamaged Very latest style. • Two PC. Dresses • Blouses • Tops • Skirts • Slacks • Sweaters • Miscellaneous Mostly New Merchandise we just got in before the fire. Come and see! NOTICE We invite the public to come and see our new business location. We can better serve you in our new store with new facilities and equipment. NEW SPRING STYLES GLAD YOU TO HAVE ABOARD PHIIOMATHIANS & DONNA LYNN SHOP THE ALCOVE Austin Hotel Building You'll Enjoy Our Nopn Smorgasboard luncheon 95c New Business In Our Part of Town Means Greater Traffic In our area and more business all around. We certainly welcome 2 firms of established service & reputation — they will add to the attractiveness of this area from a shopper's viewpoint. Just 1 Block E. of 1st National Bank and next Block East of Courthouse. » Hotel Austin And Averbook Really Co. Ph. HE 7-1059 Welcome Donna-Lynn Maternity Shop And Philomathian Library We are happy to have you with us — Every new store helps us all — We wish you every success in your new location with all sincerity. USEM Chevrolet Co. 219 E. Bridge St. Ph. HE 3-8877 WELCOME t Philomathian Library • Donna-Lynn Shop WAGNER CONSTRUCTION CO. General Contractors • Commercial t Residential HE 3-5869 - 226 E. Bridge GREETINGS-NEW STORES We Welcome You To Our Block and Wish You Every Success In Your New location. "When You Think of Good Food Remember" MOM'S KIT< Cafe, Bakery & Mfr. of Food Products 222 East 8rid0e St. $>h. HE 3-4426

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