The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 15, 1959 · Page 10
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tfid Jackie Knreger ttekteli Wednesday «f&tar < W*tt Darned (hiftlisls in t»« AtnWn Junior College Sno QU**B competition. live diree, who wilt make up the j roy»l court when winners are «n- nattKiSd it the Winter Revue next wedn«d»y, were high In ballot irif by tht student body Wedrtes day morning, Otherl in the run rung w*r« Sharon Baumgartel, tfancy DuMond, Norma Enright, Gretcnffi O«M, Nancy LSektelg, Jeanette Rdnirtt-ind Mary Shoop. • Mnslc Major Judy, daughter of Mr. and rs diffota J. Aandahl, 606 Page, is »; sophomore and music major at the college. She lg secretary of the Student Council and the college chapter of American College Wo- rrten, (ACW), editor of the JC Journal, on the staff of Topflight and active in the International Relations Club, Student National Ed- u&ttaft . Aun. (SNEA). and Stu- dfcnt Christians Assn, She plays irr the Austin Symphony Orchestra and In the Junior College Swing- tel. She is a 1957 graduate of Avis- tifi High School. JjCMe^t 1957 Elkton High School irraduate, is going after her second queen title within a year. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter j W. Krueger, rural Dexter, last! April was named Mower County Dairy Princess. 'She is a sophomore majoring in business education and president ol ACW. She is also secretary of the College Player* on the Topflight staff and active in SNEA. She is working part time while attending school, Claw Officer Connie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgt Lickteig, 5. Kenwood, i» a 1957 Paoelli High School grad- uat«. She Is a aophomore, majoring in education, Queen Finalists Named Youth Safety O'Brien, Recovering From —---— Meeting Plans :i n i urie s/ Resigns CD Post * ft • • I .' ^ om O'Brien, 1308 Medflrv. Ans- «ft»*roi /io». «v«.i._ Are Reviewed leader, secretary - treasurer of SNEA and social chairman for ACW. She i* also active in Phi Thea Kappa and works part time. The revue will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Austin High School Auditorium with alumni and seniors of the following area high schools invited: Aclnms, Alden, Blooming Prairie, Elkton, Ellendale, fimmons, Grand Meadow, LeRoy, Lyle, Hayfield, Freeborn, Rose Creek, Spring Valley, Wykoff. Wells, Stacyville. Iowa, St. Ansgar. Iowa, Riceville, Iowa, Osage, Iowa Stewartville, Olenville, Austin, A bert Lea, Owatonna and Pacelli. FINALISTS — Jackie Krueger, Judy Aandahl and Connie Lickteig. Weather Aids in Rural Drive Clear weather has spurred soli- Rural Soliciation this iiig ui vuucnium, ,. .. • —'•• She it a olau officer, a cheer i ^ tat ! on8 m Mower County's first < "r\mr\t « ort "Dii««l C^l!,.! _ il * t.» .. Aimed Rifle at Sister, Is Charge Combined week. I CRS is a three-way drive for the I Red Cross, Sister" Kenny and Heart 'Fund apeals, organized by the Finns' for the Mower Count Youth Safety Conference Jan. 2 j — t--—-» v* n M*JM.WU WJ W1C An Austin youth, Elmer L. Rath-1 three major farm groups, Farm- Jen, 1$, Austin Rt. 3, was referr . ed to Juvenile Court on a charge ' . ..«.., e ••""• *"cj uigmuicu me rural aret o^willfuUy aiming > .401 caliber and set up neighborhood solid ers Union, Grange and Farm Bureau. They organized the rural area rifle at his sister Joyce. Court, because of itation lists in each township. I invited to join CRS, but only the for all high schools in the count were reviewed Wednesday by th Austin and Mower County Safet Council. Dick White, d ivcr training in structor nt Austin Hi|?h School said letters were sent to the sup erintendents of the eight Mowe County high schools and tentative schedules for the conference out lined. 96 Representative* The schools will send 96 repre sentatives, 12 from each school representing the upper classes White explained. The students wil be welcomed by Mayor Baldy Han sen and all facets of safety wil. be discussed. Speakers will include captain from the State High v/ay Patrol, a representative of nn nsurance agency from the Twin Cities and a telephone company representative, Juvenile Judge 'aul Kimball, Police Chief George Roope and Police Juvenile Of- icer Robert Baumgart. In the afternoon the youths wili break into groups of 12 and re- •ief safety and is importance and make recommendations for afety provisions,. State Meeting Follows These recommendations will be aken to a state meeting, where ill counties will be represented, White said. At the state level the uggestion* will be reviewed and set of safety plans drafted for se by the State Legislature in assing future legislation. White has been working on the onference project with Mrs. Luela Galstad and Clayton Meyer. Thirty-eight conference! have een held »o far throughout the tate, White said. The Youth Safey Conference is a recurring event under plans of Governor Freeman with a state meeting scheduled periodically to keep youth in Would they no other fund drives In the! day, we will lueceed." CLEARANCE pur selection is getting smaller but there is still enough left for the smart bargem hunters to save $'$. All from our regular stock of famous brands Listed are but a few of the sale items. rural area this year, and with the backing of the farm groups, they probably will be able to hold off any Independent solicitation. Lauren Grant, president of the Mower County farmers Union, said Bother counties are watching f .„„., „ _ BB|J m . us with interest and their actions j terested in the importance of safe- m combining fund drives and coop- ty. Ar*ati«?A n-tniMnin l.«4..._._ it it. _ _ ' March 16 Set for Trial of 3 Teamsters Trial of three teamsters in connection with a tear gas attack on a Mflaca truck driver, has been postponed from Feb. 23 to March 16, William Nierengarten, Austin attorney, said today. Nierenga r t e n is representing Lloyd Alexander, 33, victim of a erative projects between the three farm organizations will be deter everyone as ' enthusm, d v 'as semi-annual Tom O'Brien, 1308 Medary, Austin Civil Defense director since early 1955, has resigned and a successor is being sought, Mayor Baldy Hansen announced Wednesday at a meeting of the Austin and Mower County Safety Council. His resignation follows a long period of hospital confinment caused from injuries suffered Oct. 29 in a two car crash at Moscow and Sixth. Listed in crili cal condition for O'Brien several days, O'Brien suffered fractured right hip and arm, tw fractured ribs and severe jaw injuries. Relatives said he Is sched uled to be released 'from St. Ola Hospital Monday, just on«* daj short of six weeks' confinment. He was thrown from his car fn the collision and five emergeno; blood donors were recruited. O'Brien was appointed Civil De fense Director March 11, 1955 sue ceeding William Prible, who was transferred to Duluth after serving several years in the civil defense post. Hansen told the safety counci. Wednesday that he would welcome suggestions for a new appointment Wow* HERAU) THURS,JAN 15,1959 PAGE 10 S/crfs Awarded $7$0 for Delay in Eggs Del Siats, Austin Rt. 5, Wed lesday afternoon won a three year Western Union a case involv court battle with Telegraph Co. in ng a delayed truck load of eggs nd a telegram sent to Boston nstead of Austin. The case once went to a Mower bounty jury in 1956 with the jury inding against Siats. His counsel, William Nierengarten, appealed to .he Minneseota Supreme Court, laiming faulty instruction by the udge and was upheld. In the new trial ordered by the ligh court, the jury found Siats ntiled to $897 damages. Her* are a chain of events lead- ng to the suit; as outlined by the laintiff: Ralph Slattum, St. Paul, a truck- river hauling a load of eggs from Villmar, Minn., to Jersey City, J., for Siats, broke down in onegal, Pa., on Nov. 20, 1955. e spent most of his money on ;pair» and so wired Siats in Atis- n to send him $100. But the clerk ent the telegram to Boston in-1 ead of Austin, so the money Lyle; Mrs, June Schammel, 110 ever arrived. Oak, and Raymond Bartel, Sar- Flnally Slattum decided to headlgeant. Delegates Are Named To Episcopal Sessions i Parishoners of Christ Episcopal I and said that it gave to the Bis- tear gas attack, Nov. 10 in Louis-) Church at their annual meeting' hop's Challenge and also h P 1n P rf wile. The trial is set in District (Wednesday were asked services I ^'f Pd Court at Louisville. | by the Rev. T. J. Williams rec- * " eedy family at Christmas - for the Jersey City market, avoiding turnpike toll roads so that his money would hold out. He arrived at market too late. It was closed for the day and the dealers would not accept the eggs the next day and neither would other egg buyers in the area. Slattum then went to Philadelphia and Baltimore 'in vain attempts to peddle the eggs before finally selling them in Norfolk, Va., — but at a price $750 less than he expected on the Jer- j sey City market. Siats sued for the $750 and for $147 expenses driving from Jersey City to Norfolk. Jury members were: J. H. Taylor, Austin Rt. 4; Tracy Smith, 709 E. Bridge; Mrs. Dennis Ma- fioney, Grand Meadow; Gay Warn, 3rand Meadow; Eugene Land- lerr, Rose Creek; Kenneth M. Wold, rural Blooming Prairie; Mrs. Norman Campbell, 406 Elm; Ernest Kuehlman, Pleasant Valley; M r i. C. Vittorio Sperati, 18101 men HE CAN LIFT — Bryan McAnnany has been receiving polio help for most of his 11 years, but today he can help his brother Tim lift a settee in their home at 305 Airport Drive. Bryan was stricken when he was 15 months old. He no longer wears braces and is showing steady improvement, his mother, MrsT Robert- W. McAnnany, says. He attends sixth grade at Queen of Angels School. Bryarx is one of many who are helpe'd by tKC Blue Crutch drive, which is schedulecP in Austin Friday. •••• "-•'.". 7 Stewarlville Farmer Is Top Hog Raiser, College Rolls Continue Up College enrollments in the United States Increased for the seven- h consecutive year according to igures released by U. S. Commissioner of Education Lawrence G. Dethrick to the National Education Assn. Journal. Fall quarter 1958 found 3,258,- \ swine producers with an average :0>tl..*]•._!.___ II _ .1 • • .t .. A Stewartville farmer, Merwin Miller, was named Minnesota's champion hog raiser at the University of Minnesota Farm and Home Week Wednesday night. • Miller leads the honor roll of 556 students enrolled in American colleges — a 6.2 per cent increase of over 1957 enrollment, when the last record total was registered. Of this total nearly 800,000 students enrolled for the first time — about a half million of them, River Parkway; Walter Denesen, The U. S. Department of Edu- found that 60 per cent of students who took entrance exams, passed, but failed to register were deterred by the high cost of attending college. weight of 198 pounds when marketed at 149 days, the fasted rate of gain in the 12 years of the honor roll. Sharing the top honor is Earl Prigge, Goodhue, who raised 10.8 pigs per litter, the highest In the honor roll group this year. The honor roll averages were 9.2 pigs per litter marketed compared with a state average of seven and market weight of 214 pounds at 174 days. R, J. Meade, University swine scientist, 10 of the 24 practiced Multiple /ar- rowing and seven used farrowing stalls. Other area men on the honor roll this year were Leo Moehnke, Stewartville, and Lavera Wilker, Owatonna, Car Is Stolen From Lot on Mill Street A 1952-model Ford, stolen from the Austin Auto lot, 213 E. Mill, is being sought by police. The car has a light green bottom and light top with licens* ID 3688. Police said two youths had earlier been chased out of the car. The theft probably took place Tuesday night. . . . , Alexander lost almost complete J tor to turn out in greater number sight in one eye and partial in] at midweek services and special j the other and is under a special- ! Saint's Days. The Deanery Council, it was re- P° r ted, had two meetings at Owa"DRESS or SPORT SHIRTS . tonna and WaterviUe with Robert ist care at the St. Cloud Hospital. He urged parishoners to make' Flynn &nd Gus Mari « e sh as dele— • i _• . .. gates. New Member. Introduced The business meeting b e g an Longsleeve sport shirts fancy dress shirts and white shirts -all from our regular stock. Sizes for most everybody in these two large groups. Stock up and save Postponement was granted to'God the center of their lives, the defense attorney with the un- Harold Frederick, Peter Bye, derstanding that the trial would Gus Marmesh, Ed Flitton, Joe be held that date with or without jshugartt, Everett Lunde, Homer witn a prayer, followed by the his presence. The defense attorney Hawkins, Carl Anderson, Nathan readings of the minutes of last had asked for a postponement be- Nemitz, Carl Nelson and James \ year's meeting. New members cause he was physically unable to be present on the original date, Jan. 12. A tentative date of Feb. • —» —•»••. ** b*>jut4 «AtiL4 UCHUCQl ~ — -"«o« *i *-. v* *M<-IIlUCli Zrucky were named delegates and i ant * a moment of prayer was de alternates to the diocesan conven- Hifia(Q ' 4 '" tu '-- -"-' ' tion in May and Robert Foss and 23 was set but after consultation! and Carl Anderson were named the March 18 date was set. Formerly 3.95 to 5.95 2 88 3 88 Taopi Youth Gets 90 Days dicated to those who died since the 1958 meeting. Robert FJynn gave the appreciation talk on the contributions the Rev. Mr. Williams and his family to the church. Mrs. Milton Smith furnished the SPECIAL GROUP ONE GROUP-MEN'S WINTER COATS; JACKETS K .*. ______ F . I ;.pver one-half on some of these lJ sizes in this group but if we your size it is a "best buy." Surcoat and regular lengths in this group. Most sizes but not in all styles. delegates to the Mower County Council of Churches. Vestrymen Elected *'*»^. .uiiivuii aiuim luniisneo IMP vestrymen were Kenneth Dahlgren, Epiphany cake containing the r g Robert Foss and Nathan Nemitz. } found by Mrs. Robert Flynn. Mra The proposed 1959 budget was| Flvnn wil l furnish the cake next presented and accepted by the A Taopi youth involved in a ser- j membership and annual reports ie» of break-ins and burglaries were given by the church trea- over the last month with 11 other i surer - building fund treasurer, nTRAwrn T^ >T area youths today was sentenced \ Daughters of the King, Church'".. "1 L iT' 3 ~ Norr 'l John - to90daysin jail. Further charg-i Sc hool treasurer and ParishifS rinh i H Tled(ma "' °^° ""•••• 4 '" cl <Jb leaders, attended a trac- ATTEND TRACTOR SCHOOL :., :„,.:: .. *fr r formerly j) 49,95 to 69.95 33 Formerly to 19.95 $ 2 es are pending. Robert Wiebrand, 18, was sentenced by Municipal Judge Kenneth K. McMillan on a charge of petty larceny, stealing a battery Dec. 20 from the rear of Prinzing's Market, Highway 218-N. The sheriff's office said further charges against the youth are pending. Four of the youths in- Guild treasurer. ' l/V/i OHICIV Ed Flitton also reported for YPT: les City, edical Mirror WHAT DOCTORS SAY ABOUT-. Glaucoma glaucoma , volved were returned to the Red \Q. Wing training school for violation * cJ of probation and the other seven ! A - No. Glaua • Sour Pickles form of ?••(/ i or due BOYS' DEPARTMENT SHIRTS i — r-— ~ — ••—• M..U »..w ubiii-i OCVCH, *ivj. vj iuuiuiii.1 \II1O-KGI jwill appear in Juvenile Court on' lurrfen ' n «" ol ''" eyeball, i the counts. |U) in "e«ed pressure within The eye is filled \vith PARKAS and CARCOATS Clear Rubble From Site of Grand Hotel to eve. me eye is filled with tluu! Normally, icvr enough fluid jccp.s MI and Hows out to keep inner-eye pressure _t just the rii-lit level, h, glaucoma the outward flow of rhr I is partially blocked. Doctors uje certain druzs to slow down tfie in- i low and improve the outflow. In some cases they i.uy operate on the eye to bypass the blocked outlet. Glaucoma causes more blind- SALE STARTS NOW! S-Fftct WALL CABINET S»oml»u, Hardwood CLOSET SEATS WHITt OH COLORED ALL ONE LOW PRICE DEER TV LAMP Cot. 10 luck HACK SAW Ktg. I for !S« Normal Sixes 8-18 - Knitj, Broaddothi, Flannels aye. If Formerly 12.95 to 19.95 $9.$14 : • §•••••,,, V* PRICE LOTS c trppt ,. . .. . ... > • **Y oiher eye condition. Street - level stores and oltices it occurs most often in perple r--t will front the former Grand Hotel' '' site, with wrecking crews leveling the building gutted by fire Dec °3 ?39 Formerly 2.98 and 3.98 • SUITS • TERRY ROBiS • SUCKS • SPORTCOATS • TOPCOATS • PAJAMAS • SWEATERS • SHIRTS •ETC. there is any 5 u.<pj. today a °" of ^•"^orna the eye d<x«,r use 5 P*' :w! tes[ ^ B« au se S^u- t0ma ca " C ' UH; blindness, it's al„ , , v ' a > s k^ '•:'!• people v.ho "JUM Jorrest Miller, owner of the pro- n «d ala^eV' to be checked bv an perly, completed plans for the site : • Kullst 'ophtiulmdosist;. <\ u liM> "t icitaiu tliin»s. M.i»t cuv- wcre tot inexpensive, harm- nem.v The only hard to-get out of season. are me<li;al -'oct " '"' DRESS RIGHT- When you look your best you do your best! and today is returning to Florida. A. 0. Greene, representing Mill- M tlllt er, said the stores and offices will di.-e-.i4t-> be retained but that the hotel in- preset ibe eluding the second level that ex- -• °' J " ;j tends to the west of the three store section will be torn dowu. The west wing extends over the : que>l Imperial Cleaners, Greene's In- Vork surance Agency and Bob's Bar- 1 ber shop and was not seriously damaged in the six-hour tire. ' Greene said tne wing, however,' is of no use without the hotel and' that it too would be wrecked. Another store will probably be located where the Grand Hotel lobby had been, Greene said. vho " h.,v di " ri!tfr$ in.«.s ess Jo,Hf «as watermelo Hiir tlm w.i>,,-r 4 ladies knew o( spet wjternii.-;,,ri could he \ear round. Item * Doybl* Door Cjnltr CabliW * * 2 Slnglt Deer fnd Cabln*t( * Condiment Jhtlf, Towtl Rack Easily initall*.. 53 i wioV 24 in. high. Nolurol color, poltory. Soft Illumina tion 12x10x9 ln«ti*i. l stores where purcfiased the - '" ! '" F " J: "''•' '''' ( ?V' (V'r.nn b °° a ^, 3»l •; ML.niC.4L MIRROR admitted a ctav- 'li-'i till! if anstt l>: per)t.i,j!ly //>..,<, ,- tht u - SCI f NC£ EDITORS, *0. BOX 396 Moduon Square Siotion. New York )0, N. Published as a Public Service by GRIFFIN PHARMACY Your Doctor Knows Us Phone HE 3-8831 Top QiiolltY, J4 ft. Truckload TOOL ASSORTMENT Nyfen Wowod Offlclof Sfi* Op»» WRENCH SET BASKETBALL n ft. toft FRICTION TAPE Your choit* of loci till oil gvarantttd ogointi dtficti in workmanthip and maitrial. P I i • r t, «ew«, t<r«wdriv»ri, chit•I*, tic. Four pitcti, B difftttni tittl, T V to }f". Jcl»n. lifically htol Irtaltd for Kr«ng(h ond durabilify. With l«oth*r lacquer fin. f|ti and wid* black channil itcrnn. H i 9 h voltagi 'apt with « • • d ad G-f Vacuum Cleaner With 7 Attachment* "Craft Uatttr" PAINT-BY- NUMBER SET STAIR TREAD inch SINK AUGER fmly rototing >wiv*l- lop ond kink-proof hon Aulomutic doublt action cleaning unit. Adjust la any lurfaci. Y«ar'» »up- ply of filler boai. A 11 tubbtf lorrugat*d matting. Rtducti noi)«, incr*as«l loftry. Eoiy to cleon. 10 tort p(«-mix*d paint, t 10x14 poinling pon»ii, artin b r u I h. Attontd tubjtcti. «" adlvtlabl* dl*. COAST-TO-COAST STORES Tiipl. • • o I • d .num.I hnuk an IV, > a c h • i moldtd hardwood. Solid celotf. ManUit cloud lionl. Hmy can brau chiom* p)o*.d kiagt. In whilt. Pink. Gf«.n, Tan. Blut. Y.llow an d Gray, Twtnty-foiM l»«tV Attu. raltly flltd and UI. High 9rad« for long lolling Mrvlc*.

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