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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1957, Austin, Minnesota 2—AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Friday, August 30, 1957 VITAL STATISTICS Births    Woman    *    Society    of the Methodist 'Church, she held various offices The following birth* have been gncj ^tended the meetings regu I quilted y 81. OlafHoepUal:    jarjy jn Illinois she mss inrtru Mr. and Mw. George Kluber. mental jn obtaining a vote that Bayfield, a eau, Aug. 29.    outlawed liquor in Hock Island Mr. and Mrs. Jamea Clayton,    Sh<>    ^    an |ri4 md9r Brownsdale. • fMftfer. Aug. 28 #nd a)ert ^ g* n€^, anrf Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Marty, ^ of h„ C(mimunlty Wjth an Waltham, a ion, Aug J©.    inherent love for nature, she caught a glimpse of God in ev Marriage Licenses ery flower and leafy tree, each Thomas E Holgate, r*W S. St ,*uKhin* hr<¥* and    sun' Paul, and Shirley J. Ketar, ©02 ^ H;i,i    Sue    was    s    beautiful    Christian Dana C Patterson 503 F mc***r ,nd J®"®** 10 mourn her Bndgr. and Patricia A McDon P°“in« 'm <*•>*»: Mr» M,M ald SIO S. Seventh,    rrd UOlrtjf. alenu »'• C«mp. Myron S, Gtelcben. Chicago, Mr*•    Mor**n'    *"    nl    Au*' IU. and Shirley A White. UK 'in; Vrrnon„    D c»"» of    .»*"• W. AUegheney.    "ow*r„ C*“    '    ""I Gilbert M. Helmet man finn *’ I ^.r)',,7 Garfield, and Shirley K Day,a. "•! *"rt" Pandrhlldren twenty., Austin Hi. 2.    ,wo *[**'    grandrhlifiren,    thie _grandson.    Dean Camp,    was [killed at Leyte in World War II I She exerted an influence on ev erytme whose life she touched. Lowell (Loo) Barry, 28. 307 N We can truly say we are much Third, died at St. Olaf Hospital the better for having had t h e early this morning He hsd been privilege of calling her mother club house manager at the Ham Funeral services mere held at mf Golf Course.    2pm Tuesday, Aug 27, 1957, at Surviving are his parents, Mr the Methodist Church, with the and Mrs. Adelbert Barry-, and a Kev. William J. Campbell officia-, brother, Vernon, ail of Austin, Ung. Interment was in Enterprise always be remembered. God Deaths LOWELL (LOO) BARRI Go to Church Sunday Schedule for Aiea Activities CITY CHURCHES 3 From Cbunty Boar Sale Set Plan to Attend ] pfo Od. 4 Heart Meeting AUSTIN ASSEMBLY Of GOD 211 S. Chatham Be*. Bell Parmer. Pastor service, lpm, CAI? IRY LUTHERAN Clit RTH (Wisconsin Synod) The 20th annual “production Sunday service*. 8 30 - 10 30 a rn TRINITY. Waltham- fMrln# War-     i___j •hip # JO a m. Parochial achoo! opens Suzanne Radermacher and Mrs ***** meat-type purebred boat 9 a.m., Tueednv Reception for loach- Beatrice W.tt, Auatin, and Mr. *'u * held 001 4 in c™”* Pavilion, P. J. Roland, sales man- JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES IIJI* South Jay St.    era, 8 pm Friday, sunday. 3 Al p m. Watchtower OUR SAVIOR’S Brow noddle: Sum ,    ... _____  ,    atud    y.    Subject:    "why    Jehovah    Imp    day. Sunday School, SJO am Divine Elmer Heydt, Waltham, swill re Sunday School, 9 AS a rn. Worahlp Mea the Forth" Tuesday, I pm, Bl- Wonmip. IO.Ai a rn.    .    .    .    «aid    tooav. Hour ll am chrut AmhaaaadoFs ,tudy. Ktn«dom Hall and 1203 n    -o-    present    Mower    County at the 3rd ager. sam vuuay TOU..    «W»ue    *».    ou> l4D„ o^to«rro c.r.oi.c Am«l He.rt Crone!) Workshop    Belt.    „h£ pm MWHirortT    v !«.»■:a?    -d “clai th"" stir i hi i ii i a i    i    on    sunday    at    9    Maw*    on    raisers    have purchased their Temporary location:    Maplevlesr    st Paul and Maple It*.    hJTTJ’'    conVsxton* ->nd and 4th Delmar** from 7K rountv Heart    .    T    J    , Min*, Ealure location: Junction of r#» William J. Campbell, minuter s.turhar evarmJ* 7    Delegates    from -b county Heart brpedjng slock for years, he said Bi tar V Bit SHA MI Im hfovi k AnaEin    ••      MfcyjURJ    eTCUJUftS    I    f*Ait«oiU    tiul    I    i.wrku    vt    era* flnflUlfu    ....    .. Hwy, til and rn in North Austin I service* Sunday. 8:30 and It    a m Pattor David E. Rock    Sunday    School. PJS    am.    Sermon    i Dlvin# Service, bas am. Sunday.    "Living    With Ood"    Rev,    Dampbeil    ! ..._-~o—___ Wedneaday,    7    30    p rn., education csom- THRIST EPISCOPAL    minion    mr eta Mill and Greenwich    ‘    q Rev. T. J. William*. Rector    OUR SAVIOR S LUTHERAN Holy Communion, Church School, dos Writ Oakland. Bel-Air Addition 9 10 a rn I Nursery I Tuesday, 7 30    Rey.    (.(’ Knutson Pantnr pm, Vestry Meeting, Church office    Worship Service. 8 and 913    am Sept. 8, aortic** will be bald. t-10 JO; sunday ■ .rn. CHURCH or (RUISI London. Minn Charta* Boatman, minuter Unified aervlcaa. IC JO a .rn. DEER CREEK EV. LIT HF. RA CHURCH Carpenter, Iowa Rev. Henry E rirkton. past*. QUEEN or ANGELS *12 MrKlnley Street Rey, !>. A. Cunningham, Paitor Sunday Masers; S IS. 7:15. 8 JO. 9:45 Sunday, Divine worship, 9 30 *m president, will speak Councils will exchange activity re- ^    wil,    ^    on    thf ground., I P°rts and receive orientation on    ^    ]0 B m flnd    ^    M,e wi„ school health programs to be car-    #t>rt at j p m Tied out Uhs fail by the Heart    ^ ^ a    buyera. ]mch. Assn. in cooperation with school    pon    served by ^ A    Horm<l| & authorities.    Cq anfj tbe Austin Chamber of Dr. Milton M. Hurwitz, MHA Commerce. DF.VTER-BROWN BD ALE    -  ................ METHODIST PARISH    ■    .    TI    I '£ wiiium r roftrr, Pallor inmate lakes Lire Friday. 8 pm. Browt^dal* planning CRANE ADDITION COMMUNITY CHAPEL Barker and Tollefton Rev Joe H. Matt, Pallor Sunday School, 9 a rn W’ftrviilp IO am Evening eervtce, _____ -m-nrm    , -„u . p rn. Pruver Meeting. Bible Study, 7:30! Nov.nrto^TS^owfu! Mather J**:'i ct earn IAI p.m. Thuradsy. Hi-C, Friday, 9 pm Frldav* at 7 30 pm.    School.    August,    •Khar    church.    j    si*    PAUL    LB nt    and    ll a rn Maaae* on    Hole Day* -VT;J"JI’    "    rv.ut    'wnnhiti    e*    A    Pi I Morning vin. ais a and 9 em.    ^'7    an    im wouS' nr^S»?    On Eve    of    Release dee. TIC; Week-dav Maeaea: 7 and I a rn    I?    wT«’    SIS; Rudolph Pull- CHURCH OE CHRIST v in rtt si nr s. finis I    j    pui Corner^Oakland Ave . a Greenwich St First Friday* <ud eves of It > y day* THI RAIN IS FINE — Ram the past three days has l>een just fine for 3 year old Douglas, son of Mr. and Mrs, Donn St Germain, 703 N. Sixth. The boy built a dam, splashed around with a shovel and generally was full of glee over the wet weather. Herman H. Kooy, Minister Regular aervice*: Bibl* School, ti ronfemtona « to a and^7^30    ^    (iH    weaoow    congregational    man,    42,    jumped    to    death    from n,«4.p Mn *„    r.„.„    th. w.t«r tower * Moo« Uk. Sunday: Chtjrcb School. 9.JO a. rn ....    ... Morning womhip, 10 30 arn    Hospital    on    the    eve    of    hts    ex Breeds offered in the sale will be Spotted Poland China, Chester White, Poland China, Duroc Jersey, Hampshire, Berkshire, Yorkshire and Landrace. Tile sale is sponsored by the agriculture de pertinent of the Austin Vocation a1 School. Ba pl Urn* Sunday* at I p.m —o— ST. augustine cathomc and two sisters, Mrs. Olm Martin (Rose Creek) Cemetery. (Bonita), Rochester, and Mr* Those attending the funeral John Reiter, (Bemadine), Bay from out . of • town include Mr*, town, Tex,    Edgar Johnson, Mrs. Fred Peter- Funeral services will be held and Mr, and Mrs Beecher bless you all.    ( The Family of Sarah E Camp, MISSILES (Continued from Page ll pitta those in friendly hands am Morning Wor»hlp. IO am Christ tan Youth Hour, SAS pm. Evangels- corner Kenwood Ave and Grove St j tic Hour, 7 45 pm Mid-week Prayer M»gr Robert E. Jennings, pallor | Service. 7 43 p m. Thuraday.    I    Sunday    Maaae*    «.    7,    8,    9.    IO    and    ll a THE: t MURCH OE JESUS CHRIST Of LATTER DAV SAINTS 17*0 Wen Maple St. Edwin B Pet#r*on. pre»ldent Priesthood and Relief Society. 9 13 a rn. Sunday: Sunday School. 10 15 a rn. Sarramant *ervic*. ll JO a rn. around the world. A GRAND meadow Lutheran    rele8sc-    th*    Department    of Fugene v. Holland. Pa*tor Welfare reported Thursday night Saturday; ConftrmaMon clause*, 9 !    _ „    ,    ,    ,    .    , .r. ».    ‘UU    :i    l0 t rn 8UndBf: Morning worship. Pullman had been committed Holy Day Mm'ei 5 30. 7. a. »nd 9 rn 9 30 *m- fluod»yJ*chooi. 10 30 am from Duluth a year ago last March. He made the 130Toot leap before employes on the ground, aware of his intent, could fashion a safety net. on    Of    ! ORAND MEADOW METHODISl rirr *    T    to    a    K*“T    Har"l<1 *•    Fa«t«f o>?(vk Nrtv^rrn to n.ir ii or It P*. Worahlp aervice. 9 30 a.m. Sermon: lf , «    ^    “Work & Re**" Rev Clark Church nlrltil*.    2    Bm    «f»r^.oion«    VtlOOl. 10 4ft Youth Fellowahlp. 7:43 Baptisms.    I.    ©uo<**7    Mtxsmoons.    rue*ri»y, S pm . Men * Club. Wedne*- WEATHERMAN RETIRES WILLMAR, Minn. i/P* — Arnold L. Bakken, chief engineer and weather man at the Willmar State Hospital retired today after 44 years of aervice. Read Herald Classifieds ST. OI.AE LUTHERAN Arrow from Povtofflee Rev. Arthur L, Swen*on, Fatter Sunday: Holy Communion, Bam M.aday. Funerals Leif, all (rf Rock I a1 and, IU.; ■ Spencer Camp, Providence, R. I.; Net Emu CHURCH We«t Maple at Fifth Street Rev Gordon Wendland. Bailor -    w°rW)1p    Service* 9 and ll am    Sun- _---------  -       ■    -    ---- T    with    to    eanreaa    mv    suvrer.    -™*    ""    ------- *•    nitswle    day CJmmh    school.    IO a rn. Sermon    10    **Bchoea^    EnmJ    Uie .    , n V    .^    launched fn»m Communist te:ri-    florae    and    Hit    Hire"    Tuea-    tiiu grot' thanks to Dr, Leek, nurses and    ,    d*y, 7jo pm., raith Mena eaecu- J**0*0"-    a*®*®**• run sea nidi for ttwir wonderful U>r>' WoU,d t,8Ve l° travH    j    My* committee; 7:30 pm,. Numery    I5 *m A,2 hi,    ,    T,«; MHH, 0» mile* to ruth Uh-Umuil,    w«in«i.,r    im    mC°S™    su?*, aa n ti a,    .... : care while I was a patient at St I    Chrtattan Bducatlon Briard meeta. 8    TVJ'WJay,    7    .JO poi. new Sunday Mrs. Holland Mullenix. Wisconsin ~    ,    « States.    jpjn., Sunday Chwrh School Council1    mewl    Auditorium Rapid., W..,; Mr. and Mrs. Dale H^t,d Also thanks (» Rev.    |    mtmwj^imday, 7 3° pm Hora. atria SSiS?** bePf^ KT"? *rt,2rh ....    ^    r,,, Ramp    and    Rev.    Wagner,    to    rel<*    A oaraer view «    nimn aa    fwiowehip    7 pm    Youth ratio*- ‘    L    ,n!    '_ [nutson. IdnneapoliB, will bt «*“ *3* ■    CMy>    L». friend,. >nd nrifhbnr, for l-hc* I" «* nuwilr. roc. WM    »«**»?-    P».« •I 1:30 pm. S* turd iv H tho I    “    T    I Heirvl.it., cord., .Iff and flow Prr»-nt«l yr»terd.y l.y Son. Jock. SgT U** K°r"“‘*' P"°~ ....... .... ors Your kindnoss h.s boon drop-    «" «D W„h, .Hor four boon of    • cl(*ed-door testimony    bv    Acting:    first CHI RUH    OF christ Secretary of Defense Quarle* wndi    m    w>*t Maple street other officials before    a    Senate-    am Subfact I“rthrtat Jean* Munday School at ll House Atomic Energy Weapons a III Wedneaday testimony meeting at . ,    .    Th* Reading Room ta open each Jackson aaid all U S int-rmed- Monday, Wedneaday and Friday from Funeral aervice* for Mrs lie Knutson UM. CMW S^Tcm; Ad- f0,1'*' M’nnJ M" ■',’Kn, W“l'r .■ ww , t* o fvldt, and Mr*. Harel Cain. Hilla-ams, with the Rev Luther H Ber- ’    K*nn*ih sen. officiating. Interment will be da'*'    /*_ Kenneth in tho church oomolory. Fr.ood» Co*lM- cl,,r ukr- ,ow*-may call at the Adams Funeral Home from Thursday until noon Saturday, and at the church from    G*f    Skogstad    was born 12 30 p m. Saturday unUl the time Jul* 7* ln n*cin* Township, !»•« Ole NkogaUHl 1*57 ly aptireciated Clod hies* you. Mrs. Elmer Wuertr. Ambulance Runs THI KNIIAY dav, I ;30 and 8 pjna Women** Society <miip* meet Thurwday, 8 pm, membership communion meet#. ST riNBARR S CATHOI IC Grand Meadow, Minn Mvgr. Raymond Galli|an, Bailor HAYFIEI.D phesryterian Rev. George Kluber, Pastor Sunday School, 9 30 a rn. Services IO 30 i n, HAYflKLD SACRED HEART Rey. Peter Coleman. Pastor Maaeea. 7 and IO a m. Sunday all GtioheiW, Sduw-fuarv Saturday cfUiDrmaflon ctaaae*: Sr    rlasa, Room! 107, MortKm A, 8 30 a rn ;    TV ?» 45 a rn J    i»Mk!uT * J,,,*"? v»lv«    m 1 c. ii a rn Junior Hamuw.    A. 8 30 a rn !    l^a    m' 2S^rMmn; m    .    «*VEIELD    TRINITY    LUTHERAN rn    i    I    IS-    *    Week*.    Pastor rn Fellowahlp Hall. Saturday, I pm J Pundwy Bohool, 9:4.*- a ru Worship services, Ham Udlea Ald, Thur«lay Dais Conklin, 2311 EHI*. 5 50 p.m. the son of Emil and EmilJ* Skog Mary's Hospital, Rochester ST JOHNS EV LUTHERAN (Missouri Synod! Comer Renw«M<d Ave and College St it m .a. — —. w  j **•*• —Bert B. Mamp, pastor ROH Johnson to St iat<f #nd i00*    ballistic    mi*    L,.    fl,,^^i*^E2Slunf    til*?'    Munday    Service*,    a    A    IO 30 a rn lam jonnann ui nu    *    »    |T>e    public    is    cordially^invited toi visit j 9unrt*y Hr bool »:t» a.m. Holy Com sties, except the Jupiter, are bt- the Reading room and to attend th* bunion ceiebratsd and 'ai 4th Bun cal problems He also said the:    first baptist number of both types of mis- J— Wast jvakiang Assay . I Rev. Carl W Brown. Pastor Biles proposed for production has Bima Behorn 9 45 Morning w< ship been cut back by Pentagon-im- 11 'rm»t.h J*ii«wshtp* s is Evening j _    ,    _    _ »rvte*, 7 Pray* meeting Thursday 7 JO, III HgB ..........  ^......^    r    m    I    w    ,|,,    I., ^    ^    ,w •tad.    11:17    p.m.    —    'm    N. Sterling toiWw* schedule because of techni-1fthufcb ">rTlr# Funeral services for Mrs Mary) He was baptired and confirm-[st. Olaf Hospital.    I#'*1    **•    ---- Virginia Mooney, Auatin Rt. 3, st Bear Creek luitheran Highway 1©-W. wiU be held at Church. On March 20, 1933, he 2 30 pm. Saturday at the Jor- wss u n 11 e d in marriage w 11 h dan Chapel with the Rev. Wil- Helen Rasmussen.    j    Boswell. Shelby, Mont . posed money limitations ham J. Campbell officiating In Hp passed awnv at his home in wa"    50    ^or    Allure to own )    Delay    la Tests?    first    congregational torment will bo in Oakwood Cc C.r«nd Mo.dow Jul* St 1937.    1 dnv" * "o'"" *"d    ,or    J»c    k'“n »*>d    h»d    l»" » Tk. li.nl, wt.h Ti,. Kkli. .pl,, motory.    ll,    „ .urvivod by bl* wife, drtvlnit with lllok.l equipment, dol.y in pl.imod d.lo, for re    e.    SA    MkVl.k.«    _________ .    _______ ____ .............M-Un    t ar A H«iiuh*f>r« Mr* likfin Gerald Miller, Austin Rt 4, was search anti testing stages, and a    Bummsr Worship B*rttcs, • 30 am meets Thur*d*y, 7 p.n»^ Sunday _    ,    m    m    neirn,    two    aiggstrn,    mrs    *»us    fjn(^4 eus fop failure to Yield tile revtiu-tum In tit* nnanitlie* of mi*. Blumher room. Churel* Behoot School te*rohen meet. Funeral services for Lowell Ref fem, (Elaine). Spring Valley, rn™ V for *“,upt “ y'rm u,e    “J—    quantitiea    ct mis- lhroujth fourth grgdc> 9 30 sm Chil-1    -o- flvio) Barn? *17 N ITurd will    eVM.uj    sn    r,*ht    °*    w*y *° • pedestrian. sties slatetf for future production dren fifth grade sud over Invited lo    SALVATION    ARMY V- LJ    SJI JJU \ I, flMl Gl0ri* SkogsUd* 81 .P#U1:    Freeman    G Hanaen Whitewood below figures Riven to the Senate    P«en**    I    «»*    «**♦    "'idee ^ be beld at IO a rn. Monday at St l)Cf goo, Dennis, of Grand Mead freeman un anam. wmirw.xsi, miow ngures given to me senate    r.puir. Cssfl Dye, local corp* rom n -i—4.............. * J *'------- ^----    Sunday    School.    IO    o’clock    Morning worship, ll. Evening Bervie* 7 pm Polaon, Pastor Municipal Court Freeman Ct Hansen. Whitewood, below figures given to the Senate •*r*— wtth Augustine Church Interment will    r,    n*f    8    D    P!**ded    innocent    of    care-    Armed    Services    Committee    last    grace    baptist Augustine nurcxi. interment win OW; one grandson, Dtaiglss lief    ....    I    Corner    of    Main    and    Cedar    Street* day, 10 30 a rn., and st 7 pm. Vesper Bervie* every 3rd Sunday. ST PAUL’S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN fWltrnntfn s»nod) (Aerose from Randvhelll L. W Aehlerenherk, Paetnr Bervlee* st 8 IS and 10:30 am Holy Communion the third Sunday of each month. Registration the nreeeding Friday Sunday sermon: "Justifies Hot) Not by Works but By Faith.’ Wednractav. 8 pm,, Chutrh Connell Confirmation eUtasea Saturday. HAYWARD, TRONDHJEM LUTHERAN PARISH * Arthur M. Vorhee. Paetor HAT WARD LUTHERAN Divine Woe*hip, ii a rn. every Sunday. Ctrclt CHURCHES (Continued on Page 12) St. Olaf Lutheran Church Bridgt and St. Paul Sts. PASTORS: Arthur L. Swenton, M. I. Hougs, David He I gen, Sunday, September I 8:00 A. M. — Th# Holy Communion. 10:00 A. M, — "ECHOES FROM THE LUTHERAN WORLD ASSEMBLY" — Postor Swanton. Th# 10:00 A. M. S#rvic# it broodcott ov#r station KAUS from 10:30 to 11:00 A. M. W# bog in our Foil tch«dul# on Sunday, S#pt#mb#r 8, with *ervie#* at 8:45, 9:45, ond 10:45 A. M. All Sunday School clos*#* will conv*n# at that tim#. b* in r.lk.r, Cemrtkrjr, Rowry „rn;    f™**.    «**    *'»'    April. Rey. John M. Til# senator declined on aecur Sunday School 9 45 am Morning RIGHTS (Continued from Page ll — r...„it.    a.*..    Worahlp It. Youth Hour. 8 30 p.m. ity groiuitii tfi nam# dates and Avenin# .errice. 7 Jo prayer, Bibl* number*, but said the Army baa study. 7.aa pm . Thursday. protested a Defense Department restriction on overtime pay tn missile* work ami that th# Navy's, GRACE AMERICAN LUTHERAN CHURCH S. M. SchreltniufHer, pallor Two worahlp service* each Sunday HOLT CRG** EVANGELICAL Ll I HEN AN (MUsourl Synod) Corner Collin* end He*Yet St*. Rev. H. C. Bentrup, Pastor ■entire will be held at    « p rn    Simonton, (Bertha), Mn. Waller    f,ned 125 Sunday at the Mayer    Funeral    R.smuM#n, (Maria), Mr* Clit- ^omt*    Word Sween, (Evelyn), Mr* Reno -{Jacobson, (Ada), Grand Meadow, Funeral service* for Fred May-|and Mrt Ruby    My<,rft    Mlnl*a. Ty Ti£T, POl“' Mlnn    'r"!C t"T',n 10.™mP^nU “‘ fund, tor’pnkhicttoa    I    .».«,< ic * • ■ hMW * lh ink h rmw.1 ^rrire. w.r. held .t    of vrtmj r.«hU, Th-com- ,, m„lmra.r„„ ,mu>„ tav,    •    *»    •»,. Uon.« a,. p rn. Btturaay at the jorris Fu 1)0 Saturday, July 27, 1957, miaaum would hav# subpoena .    . neral Home. Spring Valley, Minn '    * „    ___I    . JLww* '    I ■* the Burrington Funeral Chap-    powers.    , JackaoQ ca,lwj for    Df. .    el and at 2 pre. at th# Bear Repeal an    old Reconstruction    p.rtment use of money he said UDltUOrieS    Creek Lutheran Church, with the    era law tiiat    authorized the pre*    Congress has already made ava'l- 197# Sarah E lizabeth Camp 1957    R*v lugtoa V. Holland official-    uient to employ troopa t*> enforce    „b|e for misw|M work. He said Sarah Elizabeth Canto    Haugh    tnf' In*®rm®nt WM *n B®ar Crwk    omai ord<,ra    civU r‘«ht* casrB I it would »>e a devastating psycho-1    _ t-r of WUliam .nd EIi„b-.b    I. Eh,n’m,t* *? ft >»«■«> Wow lo it* fr« world if A U I jvPStOck (Dunmire) Ce nun* was born1 »* n®phew«: Richard and Don ^ requirement that federal America tor the first time should ^ 1 1 January It 1970 in Rock Ulami    Myera. Gordon and    Norman1 aMjrt Juri,rB    b*    qualified    under    Ult    ‘-fail    to    win    a    race involving    an ■    ■    •    >*- County, Illinois, One of twelve Sween. Everett Simonson and F.u ! law»    state* In which they important we^xHui system." JudqinQ iGQm children she was th# last aur *rne J*cottson were pallbearer*, sfrve. IWi is dtaigned to make it, Quartes appeared to have few- vivtng member of her family.      tun«    TZ    ?    »    ,b°ut    U S    Ic 5»h Of FdW r.,j _ g TU a nL* lcderal juries, Rithough Ihirt ll- progress. Asked about Jackson a k/Ill OF ■ 1Oil Sh# was married to William    VO rd Of    I nOflKS    ready is    a    law    barring    racial    dis-    previous    allegation of    a    budget j Dayton Camp on April 15, IWM Wa wjab ^    our    aiocerr    crimination in selection of such imposed lowdown Quarles told M°w**r County’s 4H general; adams lutheran drish To this union five children w« r • thanks to all our relative*, friend* jurors.    newsmen:    ’    livestock Judging team ptoodLffffi, 9—fflp.    SJR born, all of whom are still liv-    aftd    ne^hbora for their kindness    The bill.    in iU final form, also "The (ballistic)    missile pro-    flfth in th*    stalf Fair    contest    «“»■    ■pecker. inf. ITiey made their home on a    md    tlioughtfulnes* shown us dur    provides a    fine of $1,000 or • jail    j grama have coma    under ac.mttny    I Thursday.    hear creeii'lutiie.ram farm near Hillsdale, Illinois until    ing the loss of our husband, fathn    term of up    to a year for unautlior    along with all other    program.**., out    *^ir t®*m    Darrell Pries. Ken    Rev Eagenr v Holland. F*«4ar 1013 when they moved to a farm    and    grandfather. Ole Skogstad of.ized dltcloaur# of any secret pro    in haiulling them    we have ob-    I**0*00 an^ Sani Koopal,    co rn pet-    10    aunOay, Bundey'sctioo'r %:48 south east of Austin. Here Mr. Grand Meadow. A special thank.*- ceedtngs of the Civil Rights Com- served their top priority ... we *'d *n a ^dd    ^®am9-    Free-.»m.    Morning    h    a-m Camp passed away in 1934. She ^ Rey. Holland. Your kindnesses mission. But there is a stipula have not allowed funds (restric- ^,rn County was loth this year, ■ cootinued tom « k e her home W1u i^g tie remembered.    tion that these penalties apply to lions* to injure the programs to    dair>    lpam    ^a’d ^chtrf- SrVPNTH DAY ADVENTIST Cedar and Franklin Sabbath achoo! IO sen. (Saturday) Church aervicea ll a rn. Prayer meet in# Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Elder Ad rlan C. Woods, pastor STEHLING CHRISTIAN CHURCH (Dlartplea of Chri(t) 1802 VV Cnllege Wendell G Pew. Pavtnr Church School. I am Claasea for all ages, Worth Ip service*. IO i n Sermon "Th* Sacredness of Work ' Thuraday, 8 pm., official board meet# Friday, youth leave foe Tip Waken th rou rh Sunday. Ina ta nation Morgan Sly, Minnehaha Church, evening, Sept, 8 Men’s retreat, Sept 14-15. WESTMINSTER PRESBVT) RIAN ROI Sooth Second Street Rev I vndon Srhendel. M*nl*tee Bundav morning woralilp, 9 JO a m Church School classes for children second grade and younger, every Bun day morning. 9 30-10:30 a rn. Com* aa a family. AREA CHURCHES there with her son Glenn until three years ago when they came! to live with a daughter. Mrs Grace Morgan. She received her education in the public arhool* and also at home where ber father provided BETHANY LUTHERAN CIU RUH 4 mile* N E. of LeKny Sunday George C. Rrrgland. Pastor Sunday School. 9.4J va Mrs. Ok) Skogstad    |    commission employes,, not to the best of our knowledge." I—Mm Schottler and Paul    ______  | Mr. and Mra. Joitn Heffern newsmen.    Despite    official    secrecy, reliable w‘nkel* wa* Pith in the state. In Worahlp 8mic#._io 30 am. end son    j    Kisenhower    la considered cer- ^rcea said the Jupiter flied IP™*** wort{* M<wm Cotmty ”1 BLOOMING prairie community Miss Gloria Skogstad Dennis Skogstad.    ________________________________ Republicans .ener.lly were ,ub within . quarter of . mile of the «“““ "*J?0!0^    j'*"*’■ *    no^n    * We wish to extend our sincere aant over the final victory in the target point in the Atlantic.    received    a red in the state    bi homing prairie „ .uu uv,in,.«rtnv trub.i«j ii* A,n » urn hibitora received white ribbon* on    methodist tam to til”) the bill, even though wtonesday traveled it# full 1.500    ,    Rev,    ENI*    Hartman.    Paator it does not give him all he asked miles without a hitch and landed    ,<!C1.0rL*.    JLaf?    ■■    wv Iii rn W wa   ■ prow w    j    -----    ------- —          .     I    MM>(* VTWl WARN    A Aa SSRI vt tv WW# A J    AAS ** BW {    ~    f1 ■ ■ 11 ■ ■    . WIW *llllllin#| for a teacher, including three or- thaivk* to our relatives, man; i(m|( struggle over th# measure. The missile wa* described a* • revua. phan cousins in tliu home teach- friends and neighbors tor the kind They noted that their side pro- « prototype of an operational ver-ing situation. Sh# was brought up ness shown at the sudden passing vided the bulk of the votes for s    except    that    it    was    not in a Christian home where Sun- of our dear mother. Thank* to strong bill on all roll calls in both equipped with a nos# cone con day School was held at home those who sent flower*, memorials Senate and House. They argued taming a nuclear payload. Nose when tho weather did not permit ami cards alto the food and tv that this could not fail to help the cones are expensive. the long drive to church. Her those who served dinner to rela GOP in th# future in areas where      —--------------- family and friends were her first live* at the home. We especially Negroes and other minorities are ^ Day FoTCCO St AID (Continued from Page I) million dollars for the first year’s operation of a fund which will be used for making economic development loans abroad. This is a interest.    She    rejoiced    in    their    thank Rev Campbell, the    organ    an important    voting    factor. Joya and    sympathized    in    their    vat and    soloist and    the unit ot    Democrat*,    on the    other hand,    Minnesota:    Temperatures    will    new    feature. sorrows.    W S C S.    who served    lunch    at the    contended that their    generalship    average    near    or    slightly    above    Aitbough    the compromise bill 7.    9-to.»    •    rn    Printery    utmu«h • " * "    jfctiarfh.t.H    u’FaAB#    Iii OH    aohrwii    Iii    *    rn TRINITY I UT II EH AN Momtnf Worship 9.30 am. Sunday Sunday School. IO 43 a rn. EVANGER LUTHERAN (Near Sergeant) Earl R Week*. Pastor Sunday School, IO am. Worahlp Bervie.* it a rn. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Blooming Prairie Opt* S KindahL, Pattor Sunday. Worahlp Service 9 and 10 30 am Confirmation claaaea. 13 a rn Saturday. Church School, Sept Ever a faithful member of the church. These many kindnesses jn th# Senate enabled the bill to normal; rising temperatures Sat- not provide as much as Ei    gnkda*'    hlgh    •choot    10    *    m pass without an all-out    Southern    urday and Sunday with only minor    glower    asked    it    is considerably filibuster.    day to day changes thereafter;    above    the    amoJnt    fir8t    by They argued, too, that    it    was a    normal maximums 74 north to 91;^ small band of Northern    Demo-    south, normal minimums 50 north You Can Rely On Us for Understanding Help Without obligation, consult us about your choice of a family monument. Fine craftsmanship, beautiful designs. Complete Selection to Choose From Markers $25 - Monuments $150 Brie#* include Lett#fin# & InetclleOon — Up r« J6 Month* I# P#yf AUSTIN MEMORIALS d®\ V®1 MRS R. H. LILLQUIST, Owner Highway 218 North—Opposite Oakwood Cemetery • Op#n Sunday Afternoon* By AppoinEmant BROWNSDALE FIRST BAPTIST Frank M. Peterson, Pastor Sunday School. IO Momtng worahlp. ll. Youth meetings. 7. Evening _ _    _ .    aervl##.    S. Thuraday, prayer meeting ^ ^    ^t. ,  ..... .    The Senate had originally voted • pm. cr.U which kept th, b.ttj. for to v, teuthl r.Intel) w01 .verag. w m 710m nfw mon ,nd w„ T„,M ^,H V,n,,, cml right, going for rn .ny ye.rs IO lo .30 Inch,, occurring u w.t- r,.a„pri„ri.tton. comp.red with    Ll™,"    e,. V"h during which they contended Re tered ahowers or thunderstorm* {he Hoilse ftgure of $3191810000 i    Missouri    sn    nod publican* looked the other way. mostly tonight or Saturday.    '    I P. L. Friedrich, Pastor To Serve Nothing is too much trouble for our staff if it means better service for you. Our men feel they are here for one purposei To Serve. I I I I 1 I I I 1 0 I I I f bt (Jordon Mortuary . Bridge ai Greenwich *^u$tin Him lock >5727 J 4‘ailh (Church IVANGIIICAI UNITED IRE THREN 1000 W. Maple lr. REGULAR SCHEDULE BEGINNING THIS SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE AT 9 a.m. and ll I.rn. SUNDAY CHURCH SCHOOL at IO 1.rn. WELCOME Rev. Gordon Wendland Fait#* Little girls seem to be “natural-born* little women, right from the start. Laura washes for her dollies just as seriously as if she were tending a “real-life” family. She likes to bake tiny cakes and cookies too, and she has her own way of enforcing discipline when her dollies are “naughty.** Sometimes I’m amazed by her, even if I am her mother. And I am awed at the way God fashioned little girls, so that from the beginning they seem to sense that one day they will be mothers themselves. When I take Laura to Church with me, she’s such a little lady, demure and yet amazingly intent for one her age. I look at her. I see one of God’s miracles, and I marvel anew. Watching a child grow is a perpetual lesson in Faith. Sometimes after Church Laura lines her dolls up on a bench. She tells me that “the dollies are in church,”—and I don’t feel in the least like chuckling at her childish antics. Rather, I am grateful. THE CHWICH COR AU *U ro» THE CHURCH ,twocr« o.. good t-'hnn, at •• o eiorehou** 0) .'    ll W',h«ut o democracy no, h“*«*»■ neither TW Tea Aon 1    0¥0r    _    uf    *ound attend *#rvic#i r*au£T?°* ,hould *h# Church tv* aBd •u*>’ r~ nm c.7i,Th;;    (I) children * take (3) r .    •»*« r°' th. Mk#*) rari*^a (4; •hxh nr# 1, hll _.Ch.u,ch t«**U **f,al •upport"*" pT-,°n,<,L<*r’d ma ••bt# daily ewe-* ' {md read rour •“"der .. JEU* Ch*p’*r V,r**» fifevSSSSf t rn'* Wedn.Vd - m! L1 Prhtd7y*/ "I * S«turdir Hebrew* ,J :y* Ctrpfri|bt !t57, Kpister Ad«. §mk«,    ▼$,. I    ii 'In    1    'Jll'*>» vail# —rrL. i -    * The*# Message*, contributed to the cause et our Churches fir Community by the follownig Individual* & Business**. , THEY DESERVE YOUR SUPPORT! BICYCLES—MATERIALS & SUPPLIES Harry W. Myers Schwinn Bicycle Shop “Sine# 1910" - 309 I. Bridge St. BOTTLED GAS Amoco Co. Quality b Service BUILDING CONTRACTOR Goo. K. Lorton, Horn# Builder, Homesite*, HE 3-9591, Southlown Add. to Austin CEMENT CONTRACTORS Brandt Brot. — Tel. HE 3-4866 or HE 3-41 11 tor Free Estimates CHRISTIAN BOOKS & SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPPLIES Austin Book, Bibl* O’ Gift Shop Mr, end Mr*. Virgil L Penn COMMUNITY SERVICE Martin Busted ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Austin Electric Service Hwy. 218 S., HE 3-3269 . Bo* 361 GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS R. N. Miller - Dean Mold# HE 3-9198 - HE 3-9543 HEATING & ROOFING Hill Hooting fir Rooting IME. Mill St., Phon# HI 3-8801 HEATING-AIR COND. & SHEET METAL Austin Heating Ct Sheet Metal 507 E. Oakland - HE 3-8873 HEATING-SHEET METAL b AIR COND. Bray'* Heating fir Sheet Metal 603 - Hwy. 218 So. - HE 3-2873 24-Hr. S#rvic« IMPLEMENT DEALERS Austin Equipment Co. Hwy. 218 So. . Tai HE 3-8926 LAUNDERING Automatic Self Service Laundry 105 N. Franklin - HE 7-4480 MASON CONTRACTOR R. L. Holder, Mason Contractor Phono HE 7-2680 NEW RECREATION CENTER Eels# Bowling Lone* Year 'Round Bowling . Automatic Pin Setter* - Air Cond. - Ampla Parking OIL COMPANIES Mower County Oil Ca. "S&H" Groan Stamps PLASTERING CONTRACTORS Crandall fir Cambcrn Commercial & Residential - HE 3-2664 PLUMBING & HEATING Scheid Plumbing. Heating Cr Sheet Metal North Hwy. 218 - HE 3-3340 I. R. Weseman, Plumbing & Heating 204 W. Mill - HE 3-3791 READY MIX CONCRETE Austin Ready Mix Concrete Phone HI 3-8806 REALTOR Austin Realty Co. G. L. Hartson - HE 3-5035 SAVING & LOAN Homa Federal Savings & Loan Asi'n. 129 N. Mom - HE 3-3431 SERVICE STATIONS List Mobile Servica 1328 W. Oakland - HE 7-7471 TRANSFER (Local) Harold's Transfer - Murphy Freight Llnaa 911 Brownsdale - HI 7-4461 ;