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S-AUStlN (Minn.) H6RAID Friday, January 16, 1959_b Municipal Court VITAL STATISTICS Births AT ST. OLAP HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gunderson, Sargeant, daughter, Jan. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Milks, 1414 Medfcfy, son, Jan. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mlenar, Austin Rt. 2, son, Jan. IS. Deaths MRS. MARStfXLL GRAY Funeral services will be held Saturday at Rochester for Mrs. Marshall Gray, 54, formerly of Austin, who died Tuesday of a heart ailment at her home there. She was the former Hazel Hanson, A brother and three sisters, Jn this area include C. Bert Hanson, Mrs. Marion Murphy and Mrs. Former Cadet Richard L. Wehner, 705 Moscow, j careless driving, dismissed, and!«f || f I •/ fined $15 on a new charge ofj 1611$ Of Lite War 11 he was a «nvy lieuten- driving et night without lights, ant and served in Europe. j LeRoy Lerum, 1602 Johnson, no He had worked for the hard- j dog licens . *3. ware firm 13 years. He was a: member of Visitation of the Bless 1 ed Virgin Mary Church and its; Holy Name society. Surviving are his wife, Agnes; twin daughters, Mary Ann and Martha Jean, at home; his mother, Mrs. Michael J. Duffy, Austin; three sisters, Mrs. Clarence Moster, Summit. N. J., Mrs. Paul Duf- Harold I T.. Austin, and Robert L., Lan-1 caster, 'Wis. . j i Card of Thanks We wish to extend our sincere thanks to the Austin Merchants for A former cadet gave Austin; j Lions Thursday an Inside view of I West Point Military Academy! i which produces a vast majority of i j the nation's generals. j ! Arlie Sherman, Usem Chevrc-l 'let, gave sidelights of his exper-j LYLE, Minn. — More than iences at the academy, and the I 500 persons attended the first pub- institution's way of life and cur-! lie joint formal installation ser- riculum. : Pythians Hold Joint Ritual Gus Speten, Austin, and Mrs. Her- aU the New year baby gifts. bert Hanson, Elkton. Her father. Sam B. Hanson, lives at Rochester. of the Knights of Pythiaav Once devoted almost exclusive-! : and the Pythian Sisters in !y to the development of engineers,' the high school auditorium. West Point now offers a broad,: Installing officers were Matthew'general college curriculum. Math'' Scheffell, assisted by Alton Wild- ematics is still the cornerstone ofj er, grand master at arms, and: its educational program, but in- i Jay Mortenson, grand prelate, for! creasing stress is being placed on the Knights and Mrs. Alton Wild-! social studies and international re- OLIVER LA.VGMO er, assisted by Mrs. Clifford Bar-lotions, he said. MT. C and J Mrs.TwrrVromanl2! ay ', grand manz ser, and Mrs.j Seventy per cent of the nation's! Donald Weseman, grand senior,! major generals are West Point! for the Sisters. j graduates, and the percentage The Rev. Edwin J. Arnold, First! grows higher above that level of' In Memoriom In memory of my wife, Mrs. Word has been received of the Minnie Whitis, who passed away death of Oliver Langmo, Thursday I five years ago Jan. 16th, 1954. •t his home in Estherville, Iowa, A former resident of Austin, he was a brother - in • law of Mrs. Frank Beckel and Herman Beckel, Austin. FREDERICK GETZIN* Frederick Getzin, 102, Humboklt, S. D., died Wednesday at h i s home. . He was the grandfather of Ward GeUin, 1110 S. Sixth. FRANK N. MEYERS Frank N. Meyers, 89, died early today at his home in LeRoy, following a lingering illness. He was station agent and operator for the Milwaukee Road for 32 years, retiring in 1937. Surviving are three children, Clarence of Austin, Melvin of LeRoy and Katherine of Redwood Falls, Minn. t Funeral arrangements will be announced later by the M a r t z Funeral Home, LeRoy. Funerals DUNNING — Funeral sen-ices for Franklin D. Dunning, Lyle, will be held at I p.m. Monday 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 Saturday evening until 12 o'clock noon Monday and at the church from 1 to 2 p.m. Obituaries Francis J. Duffy Funeral services for Francis J Duffy, 45, a floor covering salesman for the Frankfurth Hardware Co., 521 N. Plankinton ave., were held at 10 a.m. 'Tuesday, Dec. 30, at Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, Elm Grove, Wis,. Burial was in the church cemetery. Mr. Duffy, who lived at 12850 Walnut Rd., Elm Grove, died Friday, Dec. 26, at Columbia Hospital. His spleen was removed In November and he died of complications that developed after the operation. He was graduated from Marquette University. During World There's an open gate at the end of the road. Through which each must go alone, And there is a light we cannot see, Our Father claims his own. Beyond the gate your loved one Finds happiness and rest, And there is comfort in the thought, That a loving God knows best. Sadly missed by her husband, Harry Whitis, Sons and Families In loving memory of our dear husband, father and grandfather, C. Samuel Seavey, who went to his glory, Jan. 18, 1944. Sometimes it's difficult to understand, Why somethings have to be.. But in his wisdom, God has planned, Beyond our powers to se«. Time doesn't seem to ease our loss, We miss you more each day. But God has said, "We'll meet again," Where there is everlasting life, And sorrow is no more. Wife, Ella, Children and Grandchildren In loving memory of Irene Law- Congregational Church, Austin,'rank. spoke on "One Big Happy Fam-j A strong part of cadet life is ily." Preludu music was played [the honor system, and lying, cheat- by Curt Stilwell, pianist, and Wai- \ ing or stealing brings immediate ter Moe, St. Ansgar, gave the in-!dismissal. Cadets participate every troduction. day in every class, and are grad- The double degree staff of Char- ed every day. A feature of the les City drilled and the Charles | system is small classes, with no City Sunshine girls were in charge I more than 15 students in any class, of the candle lighting ceremony.'Students are assigned to classes! Assisting were Mrs. Ray Reuteri b y their academic standing, so; and Mrs. Case Koopal, candle light-' that the most talented can move ers from the Lyle temple; Miss! alon 8 fa ster in their studies. An- 1 DREAMWORLD SCHOOL MENUS AUSTIN PUBLIC SCHOOLS MONDAY - Chili and Crackers, ! sliced cheese, peanut butter, bread, butter, milk, sauce. TUESDAY - Creamed chicken t dumplings, glazed carrots, bread, j butter, milfc, blue plum sauce. WHDNESDAY - Vegetable hot dish, sliced cheese, bread, butter, milk, pudding. MONDAY — Meat, potato burgers, buttered green beans, bread butter, honey, sauce, milk. TUESDAY — Mashed potatoes , baked ham loaf, stew- U. S. Achieves Breakthrough on Atom Work , bread, butter, sliced cheese, fruit, milk. WEDNESDAY -. Chicken noodle THURSDAY Beef noodle • milk. j not dish, buttered corn, bread, butter, peanut butter, cheese, dessert, soup, sliced meat and cheese, bread, butter, milk, cake. ST. AUGUSTINE GRADES MONDAY — Spanish rice, buttered corn, bread and butter, peach sauce, and milk. TUESDAY — Steamed wieners and sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, bread and butter, coconut pudding and milk. WEDNESDAY - Dried beef and macaroni hot dish, cheese slices, cabbage salad, bread and butter, apple sauce and milk. THURSDAY - Baked ham and glazed pineapple, mashed potatoes, celery stuffed with peanut butter, bread and butter, cookie and milk. FRIDAY — Hard boiled eggs, buttered peas, cheese slices, peach salad, carrot sticks, bread and butter, dixie cups and milk. BROVVNSDALE SCHOOL Diver is MONDAY —Escalloped potato- Sharon Baumgartel, soloist; and!° tner West Point rule is partici- i caught up in fisherman's ! es witn hamburgers, stewed torn- Nancy and Rosanne Wilder, flower-! P ation ever y day by every stu-'dream in the Miami (Fla ) i * . * i _l _. _ i t .... L « _. i i w i / girls. i dent in a competitive sport. son who away Knights installed were Loreni " <Dut y. Honor, Country', is the j Dennisen, chancellor commander; j motto of the academy, and its way Emory Price, vice chancellor; | of life ~ a wonderful experience," Case Koopal, prelate; Herman ! said Sherman. Austinsorv, master of work; Har-j Politics today plays practically old Fossey, secretary; Charles Hoi-! no . part in appointments to West lerud, treasurer; Kermit Leidall,j Point> lie saicl - Each senator and master at arms; Arden Busse,'! represenlative has one appoint- inner guard; Dale Rugg, outer guard. Pythian Sisters installed were Mrs. Harold Fossey, past chief; Mrs. Loren Dennisen, most excellent chief; Mrs. Raymond Garrell, excellent senior; Mrs. Rufus _, Rawn, excellent junior; Mrs. Wal-l Thiemich t'O ter Hall, manager; Mrs. Melvin? Rohne, secretary; Mrs. Arden Busse, treasurer; Mrs. Otto Nelson, ment, and the general practice is to fill it by giving competitive examinations, checked by Civil Service. The speaker was introduced by George Greer program chairman. Teachers of County Public and parochial school protector; and Mrs. Dale Rugg, teachers of Mower County guard, Mrs. Alva Gregg nnd Mrs. Irv- Wilder served at the recep- are invited to an open meeting sponsor- Sequarium's reef tank, St. Oiaf to Note 92nd Anniversary The 92nd anniversary of St. Olaf Lutheran Church will be noted at the annual congregational meeting Monday night in the parish house auditorium. Reports of staff members and organizational heads will be heard and the year's program will be discussed and adopted. Budget recommendations and any new policies suggested by members will be considered. * Kenneth Jarvis, church council atoesVith macaroni, apple sauce, bread, butter, milk. TUESDAY —Vegetable beef stew, pickles, apple upside down cake peanut butter sandwiches, milk. . • WEDNESDAY - Buttered corn, potato chips, cheese, plum sauce, peanut butter sandwiches, milk. THURSDAY - Roast turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, dressing, cranberries, cookies, bread, butter, milk. FRIDAY — Noodle - tuna and vegetable hot dish, cabbage and carrot salad, cherry sauce, peanut butter and milk. LYLE SCHOOL THURSDAY - Goulash, cabbage saladT bread, butter, honey, dessert, milk. FRIDAY — Creamed potatoes, sliced cold meat, cheese, buttered peas, bread, butter, peanut butter, dessert, milk. Nibbing Again Has Low; Ice Slows Travel Freezing rain and snow slowed this case -and has travel today in icy areas In the eastern third of the nation. Snow ranging from two to six inches in depth fell in the northern central and western sections of New York State. Three persons were killed in traffic accidents on slippery roads. i Planes were grounded during SERVICEMEN A-2c Daryl Nielsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jens Nielsen, Austin Rt. 1, Is in a base hospital at Rapid, City, S. D., after severly injuring | four fingers of his left hand while (using a saw. His address: AF- WASHINGTON (AP) - The j 187431387 28th FMS Box 446, Ells- United States has achieved a Rig nificant breakthrough in development of a small atomic device for production of electricity. worth AFB, Rapid City, S. D. . A2-c Donald L. Arnold has re- i turned to his station in New Mexi- The White House announced the <»• His address: AF17491890 Box spectacular development, termed. a major achievement by Atomic Energy Commission officials. Newsmen were told of it after President Eisenhower had conferred with John A. Me Cone, the AEC chairman. AEC officials, displaying a model at a news conference, said the device is capable of powering the instruments in a satellite, for example, for at least a year. They said it would take 1,450 pounds of batteries to produce the electrical energy the new device can power without batteries. The devcie generates heat, us ing a radio isotope—polonium in no moving parts. The device generates heat, us- 216 6th FMS, Walker AFB, Roswell, N. M. Pvt. Gary N. Eagcn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eagen, 910 Johnson, has the address: RA17522932 Delta Co., U.S.A. Signal School Regt., Fort Monmouth, N. J. Candidates Named for Overseas Trip Two Austin High School juniors were nominated for the American Field Service summer program of sending American high school students overseas as a counterpart to the exchange student program. Selected this year as candidates for the trip were Edward Flit- the night by fog in Buffalo, Roch- ent means of electrical power de- ester, Syracuse and Albany, but i velopment, AEC officials said the the mist, began lifting in 'the 4^ ton Atlas which this country morning. j recently put into orbit around the Burlington, Vt., had three inches'earth carried 20 pounds of batteries which lasted only 18 days. ed ° nl , y , on the ground ' But AEC !ton, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. officials made it clear that it could be put into satellites shortly. They said it also has other potential uses, such as in the field of navigation aids. Comparing the device with pres- of snow. Snow also fell from the Great Lakes southward into parts of Alabama. It ranged up to five inches in the upper Ohio Valley. Gusty winds and stinging cold slapped the MidcontinenL Temperatures dropped to -1 in Milwaukee, -2 in Moline, 111., -8 in Bismarck, N.D, and -11 in Minneapolis-St. Paul. The lowest on the Weather Bureau's list was -24, recorded in Hibbing, Minn., and Fairbanks, Alaska. Snow also fell from the mountains of Washington State east- MONDAY —Chili and Crack-! ward to the northern Rockies. lay chairman, will be in charge of ; ers, cabbage salad, sandwiches,! the session. ! cheese, plum sauce, milk. ago, Jan. 16, 1958. The one for whom we cared so much With deep abiding love, Has found the wondrous shining path To an unknown land above. Friends may think we have forgotten When at times they see us smile. Little they know tne heartache That our smiles hide all the while. We mourn for her in silence No one can see us weep. But silent tears are shed When others are asleep. Sadly missed by her parents, brothers and sister* Ambulance Runs THURSDAY UOH. ...»« „„ ,»,, ul 7 Cl i jncciiiig sponsor- i«,.,!.,« .u i i ed by the Theta chapter of Delta 10W " lg the busmess hour ' Kappa Gamma at 7:30 p.m Mon- Refreshments will be served fol-1 TUESDAY — Mashed potatoes, Bible College Trio to Sing at Church A Minnesota Bible College, Minneapolis, trio will present a program at the Church of Christ Sunday night. Announcement was made today by Pastor Herman Kooy. Sunday talent night programs were voted recently by the church board. Trio members are Marilyn Erickson, Hammond, Ind.; Diane Me- Roberts, Crookston, and Virginia Richardson, Mishawaka, Ind., Margaret Schnelle, Clinton, Iowa, is accompanist. The group will sing at youth meetings at 0:45 p.m. and at the 7:45 p.m, service. Talent nights will continue feat- Seen on Pork Waiver day at Christgau Hall, Austin High Early Senate Action School. Allen Thiemich, assistant secretary of the M.E.A. and former j Senate action by the middle of Faculty member of Austin High; next week on the Holand bill to School, will speak on "Ethics in I complete transfer Horace Austin fried spam, tossed salad, sandwiches, spice cake, milk. WEDNESDAY - Pork and nood- Sales Tax Opposed • •• Farmers Union „,. „„ BLOOMING Minn. - - n les, spinach or peas, sandwiches, u PP° sltlon to . a sales tax develop- apple crisp, milk. . ed Irom a discussion of taxes at •*f-f*^- vtiojj, 411JlI\t ( ,| _ WEDNESDAY - Pork a n d i. Lansin e-Udolpho Farmers Un- noodles, spinach or peas, sand- . '» the Teaching Profession." State Park to the City of Austin! milk. —Mashed potatoes, Village Chairmen ~ ~'"*~ > '""*"o •**W*^*JJBILMI» . j oiciic rtifK 10 itlE ^-f\ IV OI Austin' ~~ • f-—..»-••— --wj, - - • L • This meeting is sponsored by'was virtually assured today j meat loaf, green beans, sandwich- * P""™* 6 * up P er in February Named for Drive « •__»._ . . I ._ rf ««*j • K1««1,U«—.. „ - :ii_ WClC maCle. Marion PpTPrcAn «jno . at the Udolpho Town Hall. In the business session, plans for The officials said the new device, in contrast, could generate power for at least a year. The test model displayed at the White House weighs five pounds. Film Shown for Trinity Leaguers LYLE, Minn. — A film, "What the Bible Says About Growing as a Christian," was shown at the meeting of Trinity Lutheran Church, Senior League. About 25 attended. The Rev. Gordon Rasmussen, pastor, narrated the film and led Flitton, and Sally Stephenson, alternate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Stephenson. The New York- office of AFS will 'inake the final decision. A committee of six interviewed the 19 applicants and deliberated for three days before reaching their decision, which one termed "difficult." Local arrangements for the program are handled by the Austin AFS committee, Dodge County Club Plans Horse Show HAYFIELD, Minn. — Plans for a summer horse show were considered by the Dodge County Saddle Club at their meeting at the Has- " — son Home Cafe. The date for the show was not set. In other business, the club donated $25 to the March of Dimes and announced the Waseca Sleigh and Cutter Festival, Saturday. The Feb. 3 meeting will be at the the discussion period following. ! Nordeen Gilbertson home, Hay- Travis Haakensson conducted de-j field. votions and Carolyn Murphy gave j The Miles Brannan and Kenneth the Bible study. . | Nash families served lunch. Dartball was played during the! recreation period and refreshments ; were served by Mary Ann Chilson, ' r»_|j l3Oia r«l L ClUD Elaine Klusmeier and Haakens- Sets Winter Party the organization as part of a na-j The Senate Public Domains tionwide attempt to raise stand- Committee gave unanimous appro- es, blackberry sauce, milk. ards of the teaching profession. ' val to the measure shortly before 11:50 a.m — South River Street! uring various entertainment. They to Worlein Funeral Home. j are open to the public, Pastor Kooy said. Stacyville Boy, 14 Hurt Playing Hockey were made, Marion Peterson was FRIDAY - Macaroni and selected the locals delegate cheese, celery and carrot sticks, * Farmers on noon today, and this action as-, sures an early vote in the Senate. * ruit Jell °' milk> This and a companion bill in the House are necessary prediminari- e ' -"•"••' "••" ».u«»ui, om-i^, • j«j .. - ?*•«<*• orBdogna, sandwiches,^ Washington STACYVILLE, Iowa—A 14-year-1 old hockey player suffered a severe gash on the forehead while playing on the town rink. He is Joe Retterath. Nine stitches were required to close the wound. This is the second time he has suffered a head injury. Two years ago he was struck by a brick from the old mill chimney. " l ° ction ELKTON SCHOOLS citv °f Austin MONDAY —Creamed chipped to make possible construction of;beef on biscuits, buttered peas, the hotel - motel project on the;bread and butter sandwiches, cook- Pita itrfotnU Vm« U^ n _ _l ' * site which has been agreed on a the most desirable. ies and milk. TUESDAY — Bean soup, carrot _ j- i • i ,. »wij^^4»i — jjcaii auup, CeUTUl n f Ie8 '* tot '°", l ""> UU Sticks, crackers, pe.nut totter . . —— -» . . .»... „,* Ser/es 100 tandem-powered lor big loads and sleep grades/ No job's too tough, for a Chevrolet truck:! 1 ' " •"MI.,.. 11, BiinMiiiHUHDifljmmmL 1 Serin 91 f/«efci'd«-round-fh«-cfock c/e//very About everywhere you look »ouTI fad ChnUt like that big tandem dump, or that ttake and pickup, knuckling down and knocking aU toe memueu out of rough job* Ho matter how tough tht job, there"t - m — truck cut out to cut it 3 Plead Guilty in Swindling Case Three men pleaded guilty to swindling charges before Judge A. C. Richardson in Mower County District Court this morning after! the judge denied .an earlier de- cream and fense motion to demur to t h e charge. Kermit Hoversten and Richard WEDNESDAY — Mashed potatoes and turkey gravy, bread and butter sandwiches, cranberries, chocolate pudding. THURSDAY — Sloppy joes, celery sticks, potato chips, rice pudding, milk. FRIDAY — Tuna and noodle hot dish, lettuce salad, cheese sticks, peanut butter sandwiches, ice was changed to the fourth Tuesday. The Washington delegation will meet with Farm Belt congressmen to give them grass-roots opinion from farm operators on the needs for farm programs. The state will send two busloads to Washington. The officers meeting will be held at the James Dalager home and lunch was served after the business meeting. Panel Is Conducted on 4-H Projects OAKLAND, ,Minn. — A panel on the variety of projects offer ed in 4-H work was conducted at the Oakland 4-H Club meeting Tuesday in the Oakland Hall. Panelists were Francis Lightly, Phil Golberg, chairman for the! Mower County March of Dimes drive in the villages, has announced the following village chair- | The Gold Band Club, St. Ola! ', Lutheran Church, will meet for a i winter party at the church Saturday night. Activities will Includ- skating, volleyball and other game. men: Mr. and Mrs. Anton Granle, Brownsdale; Lavonne Edlund, Wai-, u tham; Mrs. N. S. Jacobson, Dex-! Hawley tO are planned for those preferinj; indoor activities. Refreshments will be served a I 9:30 p.m. in the third floor reception room by a committee. ter; Mrs. Ralph Petter, Elkton;| Mrs. H. E. Simonson, Grand Meadow; Elizabeth Ann Price, Adams; Mrs. Melvin Schnorenberg, Rose Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Art LE UOY PUBLIC SCHOOL MONDAY - Chili, cheese slic- Janies U S^V, David Ly!e,"shir' Baudjer, defense attorneys, h ad j es, crackers, peanut' butter sand-1 ley Torrens """"" '""' Lightly and Torrens. Sally Lightly play. Youth, Lansing. Livestock Judging Contest March 8 Blooming Prairie BLOOMING PRAIRIE, Minn.- Robert Hawley, manager of t h <• Farmers Cooperative Elevator al Blooming Prairie, resigned to take a job at the White Lake, S. D., elevator. Hawley had been in Blooming Prairie about one year. Named manager was Frank Plunkett. Thf- changes were, announced by Rich- SARGEANT, Minn. — A live-' arcj Underwood, elevator secrf stock judging contest will be held; March 8 by the Sargeant Busy' Bees 4-H Club. i At their meeting Monday, the club also decided to hold a food '• t O Install Officers projects judging contest at thei UAVC .rprr> *„• same time. The contest will be at \ „ *™?™°>, M ' nn ' ~ Trusle - Hayfield Church claimed that the swindling charge wich, dessert, milk was not substantiated in the in-j TUESDAY - Mashed potatoes' ed a piano sol ° , formation of the county attorney, i and butter, buttered corn ham 1 played an accordion solo. Terry The three men, Robert Krante, j salad sandwich, bread and'butter i Bue was introdu «d as a new raham. Texas; Ernest E. Iver- fruit ieiln milt '.member. Graham. son, 705 Elm, and Paul J. Pet- fruit jello, milk. WEDNESDAY Chicken v-«**iufvwii IT'pSSf' I0 ™' we ™« ferred ! noodles, vegetable salad, cheese to Probation Officer T h o m a s: sandwich '--Richards for pre-sentence investigation. You don't have to haul 30-ton loads out of a slone quarry before your job's considered tough. The rough ones come in every weight class. And right there is where a whole fleet of Task-Force Chevies comes rolling in. As far back as they go, Chevrolet trucks have always been long on stamina and short on down- vrr on THB •••T ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^™^ffPpHBMIHP3BiHBBfcJ^j'?^v^^^BBKB8 Series 60 state jhowi to sfuff on off-Jhe-road /obd time. And now, with big tandems in the line along with every kind of model you can name . . . with •the lateat '59 ideas built Into more might and muscle than ever before ... you can bet a Chevy truck will whistle through any size job you've got Your Chevrolet dealer can zero in on the exact model you need. Chevrolet Task'Force 59 _See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer USEM CHEVROLET COMPANY HI U*t Bridge Austin Dial Hf 3-8877 rice, milk. Mrs. Harmon Thompson and Mr Donald Davis served lunch. Ray Miner home. The club met at the son home. HEADS HEART FUND HAYFIELD, Minn. I and elders of the Presbyterian Church will be installed Sunday. Elected a week ago were Robert Kruger, Raymond Johnson, Walter Schniring Jr. and Fred Kruger Jr., trustees, and Mrs. Mrs. Em- W. R. Zacherson, H. A. Spring- BUDGET OIL CO. Present! the AUSTIN PACKERS Swimming Team BRYAN RATHKE Bryan Rathke, son of Mr and Mrs. Harry Rafhke, is o Free style swimmer on Coach Verne Ojanpo's AHS Swimming team. The Rathke's live-atH-204 Pork Ave. Mr. Rathke is employed at the Hormel Co, Bryan-has been on the Swimming team two seasons. He is now a Freshman. Aside from school activities, Bryan enjoys swimming on the Summer Swimming Team. Hunting and Fishing are his hobbies. His sporting interests include Track and Football. A Public Service THURSDAY - Creamed pota- Hinku/«w toes and wieners, carrot sticks,! ° Wa / . , . . j ma Kramer, Hayfield, has been re-i sted and Frank Baudoin elders named Heart Fund chairman again I In other business at the annual this year. The drive will be held j meeting, Mrs. Pearl Baudoin was and butJ ter, peach sauce, milk. FRIDAY - Fish sticks, potatoes, buttered peas, egg salad sand- broke a lock at the Minnesota Highway Dept. garage Highway 218 - S, and stole nine gallons of gas, police said today. wich, bread and butter, dessert, The handle of the nozzle was also milk. broken. TODAY! 1:00 P.M, to 9:00 P.M. SILVERTONE HEARING AID SPECIALIST If You Are Hard Of Hearing . . . Don t Fail To Attend Free Consultation. •' SEARS 209 North Main Austin, Minnesota i FREE Gift for You Mr. Lowell Rife Silvertone Hearing Aid Specialist to Give Free Tests and Advise You on Your Hearing Problem. 209 North Main, Austin in February with Feb. 22 designated Heart Sunday, elected to the memorial committee. WHEN DOES COME IN THE

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