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   Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1957, Austin, Minnesota                                HtftAlB Aueuit 1957 VITAL STATISTICS Births foltowittg bitfrs have been it 0af Hospltftl and George a and Jama ft 38 Mid Eldon it Marriage Licenses Thomas 604 and Shirley 802 Dana 603 and Patricia McDon 610 Myron Woitiaas Society of the MettxxHi she held various and attended the meetings regu In Illinois she was Inslni mental in obtnining a vote tha outlawed liquor in Rock Island She was an avid wader and alert to the needs and pro gress of her With an Inherent love for she caught a glimpse of God in ev ery flower and leafy tree each laughing brook and golden sun was a beautiful Christian mother and leaves to mourn her five children Mild red Glenn Gump Grace all of Aus J u 14 an w and Shirley 1002 tin Camp of Wf Gilbert MB MrsDl of Aus and Shirley tin twenty Austin Deaths LOWELL LOO BARRY Lowell Loo 307 We can truly sny we are mud died at Olaf Hospita early this He had been club house manager at the Ram sey Golf Surviving are his Mr and Adelbert and a all ot Austin and two Olin Martin and Mrs John Bay Funeral services will be held Funerals Funeral services tor Net tie will be held at Saturday at the Little Cedar Lutheran Ad with the Luther Ber Interment will be in the church Friends may call at the Adams Funeral Home from Thursday until noon and at the church from Saturday until the time of Funeral services for Mary Virginia Austin Highway will be held at Saturday at the Jor dan Chapel with the Wil liam Campbell In terment will be in Oakwood Ce Funeral services for Lowell Loo 307 will be held at 10 Monday at Augustine Interment will be in Calvary Rosary service will be held at 8 Sunday at the Mayer Funeral Funeral services for Fred May Cherry former ly of will be held at 2 Saturday at the Jorrls Fu neral Spring Obituaries 1870 Sarah Elizabeth Camp 1957 Sarah Elizabeth daugh ter of William and Elizabeth Dunmire Genung was born January 1870 In Rock Island One of twelve she was the last sur viving member of her She was married to William Dayton Camp on April To this union five children were all of whom are still liv They made their home on a farm near Illinois until 1913 when they moved to a farm south east of Here Camp passed away In She continued to make her home there with her son Glenn until three years ago when they came tc live with a Grace She received her education in the public schools and also at home where her father provided for a Including three or phan cousins in this home teach ing She was brought up in a Christian home where Sun day School was held at home when the weather did not permit the long drive to Her family and friends were her first She rejoiced in their joys and sympathized in their Ever a faithful member of the Bell California and Helen two great On Dean was killed at Leyle in World War II She exerted an influence on ev eryone whose life she touched the better for having had the privilege of calling her Funeral services were held nt 2 nt the Methodist with the William Cnmpbell officia Interment was in Enterprise Rose Creek Those attending the funera from out of town include Mra Edgnr Fred Peter son and and Beecher all of Rock Spencer Holland Wisconsin and Dale Olson and Grove City Debra Mlnnea John Winter and Hazel Hills and Kenneth Clear 1906 Ola Skoffitfld 1957 01 e Skoggtnd was born July in Rnclne the son of Emll and Emilia Skog He was baptized and confirm ed at Bear Creek Lutheran On March he was u n 11 e d in marriage with Helen He passed awny at his home in Grand Mendow July He is survived by his two John Spring and Gloria Paul one of Grand Mead ow one Douglas Hel en five sisters Clarence Walter Clif ford Reno Grand and Ruby Minnea Funeral services were held at July at the Burrington Funeral Chap el and at 2 at the Bear Creek Lutheran with the Eugene Holland official Interment was in Bear Creek Six nephews Richard and Don ald Gordon and Norman Everett Simonson and Eu gene Jacobson were Card of Thanks We wish to extend our sincere thanks to all our friends and neighbors for their kindness and thoughtfulness shown us dur ing the loss of our father and Ole Skogstad o Grand A special thanks to Your kindnesses will long Ole and John Heffern and Miss Gloria Dennis j u iwjjuuiiuwiB generally were MuLto wr el lBnt ie final to friends and neighbors for the kind THE RAIN IS FINI Rain the past three days has been just fine for 3yearold son of and Donn 703 The boy built a splashed around with a shovel and generally was full of glee over the wet will always be God bless you The Family of Snrah K I wish to express my slncer1 thanks to nurses ant nurses nlds for their wondorfu care while I was a polient nt Olaf Also thanks to Hamp and to rela and neighbors for their gifts and flow Your kindness has been deep ly God bless Elmer Ambulance Runs THURSDAY BOB Johnson to Marys 305 Sterling to Olaf Municipal Court Sonnle was fined for failure to own a drivers license and for driving with illegal Gerald Austin was Ined for failure to yield the of way to a Freeman pleaded innocent of care ess was found guilty and ined RIGHTS Continued from Page 1 specific attention to complaints of denial of voting The com mission would have subpoena Repeal an old Reconstruction era law that authorized the pres ident to employ troops to enforce court orders in civil rights Eliminate from the federal Jury aw the requirement that federal court Jurors be qualified under the aws of the states in which they This is designed to make It certain Negroes can serve on ederal although there al is a law barring racial dls rimination in selection of such The in its final also provides a fine of or a jail erm of up to a year for unouthor zed disclosure of any secret pro ceedings of the Civil Rights Com But there is a stipula tion that these penalties apply to commission not to Eisenhower is considered cer ain to sign the even though t does not give him all he Republicans generally were jub tiu Tney noted tnat their We pro ness shown at the sudden passing vided the bulk of the votes for a of our dear Thanks to trong bill on all roll calls in both those who sent memorials Senate and They argued onA a Hm thut this could not fail to help the and cards also the food and hose who served dinner torela ives at the We especially GOP in the future in areas where Negroes and other minorities are MISSILES Continued from Pngo 1 phis tlioso in friendly hands around the A missile launched from Communist terrl lory would have to travel thou sands of miles to reach the United A darker view of Americas place In the missiles race was presented yesterday by Jack son DWash after four hours of closeddoor testimony by Acting Secretary of Defense Quarles und other officials before a Senate House Atomic Energy Weapons Jackson said all Intermed iate and long range ballistic mis except the nre be hind schedule because of techni cal He nlso said the number of both types of mis siles proposed for production has been cut back by Pentagonim posed money Delay In Tests Jackson said there had been a delay in planned dates for re search and testing and a reduction in the quantities of mis siles slated for future production below figures given to the Senate Armed Services Committee last The senator declined on sectir ty grounds to name dates and but said the Army has protested Defense Department restriction on overtime pay in nissiles work and that the Navys Tunds for production of the Polar s mediumrange missile have been Jackson called for Defense De partment use of money he said Congress has already made avail able for missiles He said t would be a devastating psycho logical blow to the free world if America for the first time should fail to win a race involving an important weapons Quarles appeared to have few er misgivings about missile Asked about Jacksons previous allegation of a budget mposed Quarles told newsmen The ballistic missile pro grams have come under scrutiny ilong with all other out m handling them we have ob served their top priority we uwe not allowed funds reslnc ions to injure the programs to the best of our Despite official reliable lources said the Jupiter fired Wednesday traveled its full wiles without a hitch and landed within a quarter of a mile of the target point in the The missile was described as a prototype of an operational ver except that it was not equipped with a nose cone con taining a nuclear Nose cones are Go to Church Sunday CITY CHURCHES AUSTIN A8REMBL1 Of OOD m til Chtttuni jtdf for Arto Actmtiti Sunday g30 JEHOVAHTVlTNESSES 10JH south My Watohtower OTiWjM Sunt snj f CNUftCH Wisconsin Synod location Mi Aoitlo Sunday Mill and Greenwich Rector Holy Church Schoo 2 CRANE ADDITION COMMUNITY CHAPEL necket and Tollefson Joe Paitor 10 Kvenlng Prnyor Bible 6 CHURCH OF CHRIRT Corner Oakland Greenwich it Herman Minister Regular aervloet Bible i Morning 10 Christ an Youth 6M tic Midweek Praye THE cntmcn or JESUS CHRIST or LATTERDAY SAINTS 1700 West Edwin president Priesthood and Relief Sunday Sunday Sacrament ii20 FAITH CHURCH West Maple at Fifth Street Gordon Pastor Worship Services B and II Sim Church 10 Sermon The Lnboror and His Tues Palbh Mens exccu Nursery Education Board meets I Sunday Church School Councl Olrls Fellowship 7 Youth Fellow I Mens Oon 1 Paynes FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST 129 West Maple Street Sunday services at 11 Subject Ohrtst Sunday School at 11 Wednesday testimony meeting at The Reading Room U open each Wednesday and Friday from to 3 excepting legal holidays Jie public Is cordially Invited to visit he Reading room and to attend the hurch FIRST BAPTIST West Oakland Avenue Carl Pastor Bible School Morning wr Youth Evening Prayer meeting Thursday FIRST CONGREGATIONAL The Church With The Spire 1800 Mill Gordon minister Summer Worship lumber Church School hrough fourth Chll ren firth grade and over Invited to ervloe with GRACE BAPTIST Corner of Main and Cedar Streets John Pastor Sunday g45 Morning rorshlp Youth vcnlng Bible GRACE AMERICAN LUTHERAN CHURCH pastor Two worship services each Sunday t 8 and Sunday Leonard org HOLY CROSS EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN Missouri Synod Corner Collins and Beaver Pastor r H1IU VtllCI llllUUIUif hank the organ an important voting ci tU f st and soloist and the unit of who served lunch at the on the other contended that their generalship You Can Rely On Us for Understanding Help Without consult us about your choice of o family Fine beautiful Selection to Choose From Heritors Momwmls vinw WiCli ttloIUU These many kindnesses i in the Senate enabled tlie bill to pass without an allout Southern They that it was a small band of Northern Demo which kept the battle for civil rights going for many years during which they contended Re I publicans looked the other sMtaMrtM ta AUSTIN MEMORIALS SL Owner 5 Day Forecast Minnesota Temperatures will average near or slightly above normal rising temperatures Sat urday and Sunday with only minor day to day changes normal maximums 74 north to HI normal mlnimums SO north to 56 south rainfall will average to inches occurring as scat tered showers or thunderstorms mostly tonight or To Servo Nothing is too much trouble for our staff if it meant better service for Our men feel arc for purposti To 4H Livestock Judging Team s 5th at Fair Mower Countys 4H general vestock judging team placed fth in the State Fair contest The team of Darrell Ken Larson and Sam compet ed in a field of 37 Free born County was 10th this The dairy team of Paul Schot John Schottler and Paul Winkels was 19th in the In project Mower County ex hibitors received white ribbons on their electrification and mechan ics exhibits and Dolores Schot tler received a red in the state style AID Continued from Page 1 million dollars for the first years operation of a fund which will be used for making economic devel opment loans This is a new Although the compromise bill does not provide as much as Ei senhower it is considerably above the amount first passed by the The Senate bad originally voted in new money and compared with the House figure of Walthstn OMne tnip ParoohteJ Mhool optiu 9 Reception fot 8 OUR SAVIORS Brownmiftle Sun Divine IB MKTHODI8T own SP1 MJfOTRAW 1500 West UelAIr Addltior QUEEN OF ANGELS 812 McKlnley street Pastor Sunday Masses and 11 Manses on Holy Days 8 and f Weekday Masses 7 and f Novena to our Sorrowful rldayn at Confessions 4 to and to Thursdays before First Fridays and eves of Holy days Baptisms Sundays at 1 AUGUSTINE CATHOLIC Corner Kenwood Grove St Robert pastor Sunday Masses and Weekday Masses and TTnlV TlAV VTasmasit n II n f nlJU Holy Day Masses and 9 and and Confeaalonj on Saturdays and eves of first Friday and Holy Days 3 to 5 and 7 to f Novena to Our Lady of Per petual at Sunday n iTi OLA IT Across from Postofflce Arthur Pastor Sunday Holy 8 Sermon 10 EchoeN From the Milhtrnn World Rev Fall nchedulo starts Sept 8 BASQMWAS Al Sundny Sdhool classes snmt new Sunday School teachers Auditorium 3 mothers tea wltn children 3 bofore church parlors teachers meet all Saturday confirmation classes Rooii Section 11 Junior Scout room Fellowship Hall 10 Scout Room 10 Fellowship 8 Dale S3dl JOHNS LUTHERAN Missouri Synod Corner Kenwood and College St Robert pastor Sunday S Sunday School 01S Holy Com munion celebrated 2nd to 4th Sun and at 7 Ves per Service every 3rd PAULS EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN Wisconsin Synod Across from Bandshell Pastor Services at and Holy Jommunlon the third Sunday of each Registration the preceding Sunday sermon Justlflea Not by Works but By 8 Church Council meets 7 Sunday School tcocchors SALVATION ARMT 4IS East Bridge Street Captain Cecil local Sunday 10 Mornln Evening 7 SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Cedar and Franklin Sabbath school 10 Saturday Church services 11 Prayer meet ng Elder Ad Ian STERLING CHRISTIAN CHURCH Disciples of Christ 1802 College Wendell Pastor Church 9 Classes for all Worship 10 Sermon The Sacredneea of 8 official board youth leave for Tlpl Vftkan through Installation Morgan Mlnnehaha eve Mens WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN 801 South Second Street Lyndon Minister Sunday morning Jhurch School classes for econd grade and every Sun day Come as a AREA CHURCHES ADAMS LUTHERAN PARISH Divine Little 9 Richard Lar BEAR CREEK LUTHERAN Eugene Pastor Confirmation fl 0 Sunday Morning u BETHANY LUTHERAN CHURCH 4 miles of LeRoy George Pastor Sunday Sunday vm Worship BLOOMING PRATKIR COMMUNITY METHODIST Elsie Paitor Divine Worship 11 8 Official Board BLOOMING PRAIRIE TRINITY LUTHERAN Morning Worship Sunday unday EVANGER LUTHERAN Near Sargeant Earl Factor Sunday 10 Worship U FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Blooming Prairie Ople Paitor Worship Service 9 Confirmation 13 Church Primary through high school 10 BAPTIST Frank Paitor Sunday 10 Morning wor Youth Evening prayer meeting WALTHAMBROWNSDALB LUTHERAN PARISH Missouri Synod Paitor fbt Jordan Mortunry ut 61 OJhttrth IVANCIUCAl UNITIO IRfTHRfN 1000 Maple REGULAR SCHEDULE BEGINNING THIS SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICe AT 9 and 11 SUNDAY CHURCH SCHOOL 10 WELCOME Gonfea 0 Peter on Sunday at Masses on 2nd and 4th CHURCH OF CHRfSf Charles minister Unified DEER CREEK LUTHERA CHURCH Iowa llenry pasUr Divine DEXTERBUOWNSDALE METHODIST PARISH William Pastor 8 Brownsdale planning Sundny worship Drowns II No Sunday either MEADOW CONGREGATIONAL Stanley Psntor Sunday Church Morning GRAND MEADOW LUTHERAN Engene Pastor Saturday Confirmation Sunday Morning 30 Sunday GRAND MEADOW METHODIS1 Harold Pastor Worship Sermon ic Church Youth B Mens Wednes and 8 Womans Society groups 8 mem bership commission FINBARRS CATHOLIC Grand Raymond Pastor HAYFIELD PRESBYTERIAN George Pastor Sunday Services 1030 HAYFIELD SACRED Peter Pastor 7 and 10 Sunday Weekday Duuaay HAYFIELD TRINITY LUTHERAN Pastor Sunday Worstolp 11 Ladles classes LUTHERAN PARISH M LUTHERAN Divine every Clrolo CHURCHES Continued on Page 12 3 From Cbunty Boar Sale Set Plan to Attend 4 Heart Meeting Suzanne Radermacher and Mrs Beatrice and Elmer will re present Mower County at the 3rd Annual Heart Council Workshop sponsored by the Minnesota Heart 67 in Delegates from 26 county Heart Councils will exchange activity re ports and receive orientation on school health programs to be car ried out this fall by the Heart in cooperation with school Milton MHA will Inmate Takes Life on Eve of Release PAUL UP Rudolph Pull jumped to death from he water tower at Moose Lake Hospital on the eve of his ex acted the Department of Welfare reported Thursday Pullman had been committed rom Duluth a year ago last He made the 130foot leap before employes on the aware of his could fashion a safety The 20th annual production tested meattype purebred boar sale will be held 4 in Crane sales man said This is the meattype boar sale on the Corn where purebred and commercial hog raisers have purchased their breeding stock for he The boars will be on the at 10 and the sale will start at 1 There will be a buyers lunch eon served by Hormel and the Austin Chamber of Breeds offered in the sale will be Spotted Poland Chester Poland Duroc Jer York shire and The sale is sponsored by the agriculture de partment of the Austin Vocation al WEATHERMAN RETIRES Wl Arnold chief engineer and weather man at the Willmar State Hospital retired today after 44 years of Read Herald Classifieds Olaf Lutheran Church Bridge and Paul PASTORS Arthur David September 1 The Holy ECHOES FROM THE LUTHERAN WORLD ASSEMBLY Postor The Service Is broodcost station KAUS from to We begin our Foil schedule on September with services ot and All Sunday School classes will at that Little girls seem to be naturalborn little right from the Laura washes for her dollies just as seri ously as if she were tending a reallife She likes to bake tiny cakes and cookies and she has her own way of enforcing discipline when her dollies are Sometimes Tm amazed by even if I am her And I am awed at the way God fashioned little so that from the beginning they seem to sense that one day they will be mothers When I take Laura to Church with shes such a little demure and yet amazingly intent for one her I look at I see one of Gods and I marvel Watching a child grow is a perpetual lesson in Sometimes after Church Laura lines her dolls up on a She tells me that the dollies are in I dont feel in the least like chuckling at her childish I am fr SUPPLIES Harry Schwlnn VicycU Shop Since 1910 309 BOTTLED GAS Amoco Quality Service BUILDING CONTRACTOR Homo HE Southlown to Auitm CEMENT CONTRACTORS Brandt HE 34166 or HE 34111 for Estimates CHRISTIAN BOOKS SUNPAY SCHOOL SUPPLIES Austin Bible Gift and Virgil COMMUNITY SERVICE Bustod ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Auftin Electric Service 218 HE 33269 Bai 361 GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS Miller Dean Molda HE 39198 HE 39543 HEATING fir ROOFING Hill Heating Roofiaa 114 HE 38801 HEATINGAIR fr SHEET METAL Auttin Heating fir Sheet Metal 507 Oakland HE 38873 HEATINGSHEET METAL fr AIR Brays Heating sheet Metal 218 HE 32873 Service IMPLEMENT DEALERS Equisment 218 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