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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Austin, Minnesota Austin daily Herald area news saturday May i 1965 Austin Minn herald�?3 City to Host librarians at District meet tuesday mrs. Chester Reistad. Ames Iowa adjudicator and teacher mrs. Verona Schiller Paul Worlein. Winner of i ii e High school diploma in music 130 compete in piano auditions sponsored by piano Guild group about too librarians and Library trustees Are expected to attend the annual sprint District meeting of the Minnesota Library Assn. In Austin tuesday. At the Holiday inn. Now Ell Leitzke librarian announced today. Lames Ubell. Assistant librarian of the let Akola Scott regional Library and president elect of the la will preside at the All Day meeting which will conclude with an open House and tour of the new Austin Public Library. James Taylor Dunn librarian of Tho Minnesota historical society Library will speak on a local history and the local Library a at the morning session. A read and discuss for an age of change is Tho theme of the afternoon meeting which will be devoted to a workshop on procedures for launching and continuing Library sponsored discussion groups. Highlighting this session will be a panel discussion of the a declaration of Independence Quot by Roger Catherwood. Mrs. Russell Robinson or. In p. Van Cleve mrs Delmar Gal stad. Mrs. It. Norman Miller. Mrs. Willard Hardy and Roger Plunkett. Members of the Austin ladies Floral club will be in charge of the Tea table at the Library open House starting at a i pm. The Austin Public Library will be closed to the Public from 12-1 30 and 4 6 pm. Jaycees to sell Sand for boxes Austin Jaycees will be Selling Sand for Sand boxes May 15 and 22. Orders can be placed with Richard Huston and others to be announced later. The j a a cacs also have tractor tires that can be used As Sand boxes. Proceeds will go toward Jaycee service projects. Kansas graduate Duane e. Anderson of Austin has earned an m. A. In mathematics from the University of Kansas. He will receive it at june commencement. Austin High school band in Benefit concert the 114-piece has Rand Enn dusted by Fred byline will appear with the has orchestra conducted by Paul licit be. And the High school choir directed by Donald Gunderson in a Spring festival of music at 8 . Tuesday in the school auditorium. The concert will be a Benefit for the foreign Exchange student program. Area Roundup a Busy year auditions were completed Oclay for 130 piano students of the Austin. Albert Lea a n d Northern Iowa area. Mrs. Verona Schiller. A in e s. Iowa appointed adjudicator for the Austin Center by the National Guild of piano teachers examined the students on programs of memorized pieces numbering from 2 to 15 selections. The pupils were also tested pm various phases of musicianship and technique such As chords Scales sight Reading and transposition. Pupils participating from the Austin and Osage areas were High school diploma Paul Worlein International 15-piece program Dianna Raker. Monica Riedermann Marsha Murphy. National Ltd Gail Roeland Colleen Murphy Dianne Pesch Patricia Sayles Hurt Neis Vang or. Stephen Neiswanger Mary Silver Mary Schneider. K i in Strifert. Janet Lund Deborah Lommen. Janet Lane Ann running Lisa running. Gayle Capretz. Susa n Thompson. Paula Elliott James Schut Jer. Paul Tate. Brenda Rhodes Robert Baumann Deneige Boudreau Jerry Brown Amy Conway Debora Lawrence Katy Mangnuson. Mary Mangnuson Jacqueline Meyer. Timothy Purcell. Gareth Roberts loan Ruble. Susan Theissen Anne Wagner. State a Susanne Birdsall Shari Clar k. Janet Krapek m a r y Mark Jeanne Sayles Barbara s i e a Ricky Orpen John Madura Elaine e i a in. Tom Crist soon e Birdsall a n n e Bodensteiner Barbara App Delira Holdgrafer James Juenger Julie Larkoski Doris Johnson Gretchen Mlinar Linda Plunkett Patricia Provo Mary Purcell Victoria Allen county fan quota in . Far behind Lone buys sales of savings Bonds Iii Mower county in March totalled $100. 534 lid increased the total this year to $425,209, according to a. L. Sponburg chairman. Sponberg said the year to Date total is 32.3 per cent of the $1,315 million goal. The county s March sales total was third in dist. 9. Olmsted topped the list with $112,812 and Dakota ranked second with $109,170. But. None of the la counties Iii the District according to a. La. Haakenson. Chairman Are near the $425,209 year to Date sales total established Iii Mower county. And Only Dakota county has a higher quota a $1,413 million. Quotas and quotas attained for the la counties in District 9. Follow quota per cent i Mil at county lion trained Dakota. .$1,413 23.5 Dodge. .126 41.7 Fillmore. .419 24.6 Goodhue. .582 24.7 Houston. .173 26.8 Mower. .1.315 32.3 Olmstead. .1.229 26.8 Rice. .576 19.4 Steele. .412 33.8 Wabasha. .253 22.7 Winona. .844 23.2 District 9 26.4 thank god we re americans is vow loyalty Day thought loyalty Day activity entered on Albert Lea a Parade was held this big. Austin vow today where morn units and oth i Deal groups took part. Bernard a Schmidt Post 1210 commander called attention today to pressing world problems which he said make it imperative that americans give expression to their loyalty. Not Only today but every Day. A we Are americans we live Iii the world s Foremost nation of free people. We have Freedom and that is Well Wor t h shouting about Freedom of speech Freedom of religion and Freedom to our american Way of Schmidt declared. Schmidt pleaded for Observance of loyalty Day As a Means of expressing loyalty faithfulness. Allegiance and Devotion to the we should All thank god that we Are americans he concluded. Rep. Paul Overgaard Albert Lea. Spoke briefly in the House of representatives in St. Paul Friday afternoon and urged legislators to declare today As loyalty Day. Rep. Overgaard moved for the Resolution at the urging of Cliff Salisbury Austin state veterans of foreign wars commander. Airman Home from Turkey airman i c Franklin a Collette son of or. And mrs. W. J. Collette 1510 3rd ave so with his wife Barbara and 20-month-old daughter. Dawn have recently returned alter completing a tour of duty with the air Force in Ankara Turkey. A i c Collette is an air policeman and after a 30-Day vacation will return to duty at Nellis fab Reno Nevada May 25, when asked about his plans for the future airman Collette stated that he will re enlist in August. Gail Best Debra Bustad Joyce Connelly. Loan Duke Candace Evans Patrick Gahagan Lisa Ingram. Sherry Jones Nancy Judd Elaine Lavallie Cynthia Martin Frederick push Mary Louise Pusch Steven Schultes. Deborah sch id Christy Schmidt Barbara Smith Diane Alt irk. Jill helming Marcia Bjerke. William Hanson Mark la o w e 11 a. Barbara Krumholz both Nickels Susan Woelfel Jeffrey Watkins John Schneider Debbie Orpen. Melanie Nelson Barbara Matt Ann Highum Audrey Elmer. Sandra i a ii i Linda Dahl Judith Burzinski Teresa Coons Mary to Hansen Mary Ray Kurth Mary Lynn Schroeder Steven sem Mann Joseph Smith. Patrick Smith. William Taufic. Linda ulwelling Ginevra Roberts Gloria Roberts Patricia Brandt Diette Dugan Jane Hill Mary to Mckee court nay. Shults Mari Job Sims Inez Winter Janet Brooks Nancy bulbs. Robert Byrnes Dorothy Drew Melanie Duenow Stephanie Schulz. Local 2-3 Mary Vilt Steven Lonning. Scott Birdsall Michelle Rhodes Thomas Roberts. Bette to Borchardt Susan f o s s e a Frances Haines Sylvia Lark Carol median Steven Swanson Barbara Tyr Holm. Connie Weaverling Susan Young. Piano hobbyist certificate Gorda Romseth. National Guild piano teachers of the area Are mrs. Charles Painter m r s. William l a Vav mrs. Chester Reistad sister m. Aquinata St. Edward and sister m. Jacinta St. Augustine music departments All of Austin and sister m. Vivian Albert Lea. And Frances Peshak. Osage. Iowa. Sister Rosita awarded Grant sister Rosita Pacelli h i g ii school has been awarded a Grant to attend the National science foundation mathematics Institute thus summer Al Montclair state College upper Montclair n. Y. The Institute w ill offer an Opportunity for 75 teachers from Junior and senior High schools throughout the United slates to spend six weeks in a concentrated study of various phases of modern mathematics. The major objectives of the Institute Are As follows to provide an Opportunity for teachers in the Field to keep abreast of new developments and modern concepts in mathematics to help the participants understand the implications and implementation of modern curriculum in mathematics to stimulate interest in mathematics and help teachers to motivate their students to further study in this Field and to spread to the mathematics teachers of the country via the participants the notions and implications of a modern curriculum in mathematics. Mitchell county jurors get Call Osage Iowa a the Petit jury has been called for May to and the grand jury May 4. In Mitchell county. I3oth will Convene at to . With judge John f. Stone presiding. The following Petit j u r o is have been named John Beye m the Carter Martha Duckwitz Harlan Hart i a George Kirchgatter Lucille Klemesrud. Albin Krueger. Allene Markham Minnie Moran Fern Palmer Donald Popp jul i e s Rieman George stung Thomas Tresemer Stuart Walker and Alvin Warrington Osage Gerald Adams Leona Jacobs Ray Mayer. Art Rauen Alma Retterath Anton Wagner Stacyville Harold Andrews and Bernard Kleckner Orchard Jean Austinson and Charles Heman Mcintire Mary Barenz j i in Gaffey Claribel Hansen Inez Holmes and Bernice Wilkes Riceville Richard Duncomb Lucille Hor Gen. And Ben Mouw St. Ansgar Bonnie Grimm Rueben Krone Man. And Maryln Reis. Mitchell Dorothy Kittleson Little Cedar Aud Robert Libersky Lyle Wartburg College a Cappella choir will appear in Osage Osage Iowa a the Wartburg College a Cappella choir under direction of or. Edwin Liemohn. Will present a concert of sacred music at 8 . May 2 at our Savior lutheran Church in Osage. This will be the first appearance of the 60-voice choir rom Waverly. Iowa in Osage. The concert will Span five centuries of musical style ranging from palestrina a loth Century italian composer to t h e contemporary composers poulenc Earl George Martin Shaw and Ralph Vaughan Williams. The appearance of the choir is part of its Spring t o to r which began april 24 at Cedar rapids Iowa. And will close May 30 with a concert in Chicago prior to the choir s departure for a european tour. Edwin Liemohn Reding mrs. Jensen head delegation at state Parley Leo r e d i n g. Del county chairman a n d mrs. Herman Jensen Del county chairwoman from Elkton will Lead a delegation of 20 to the state convention in Minneapolis this weekend. Gov. And mrs. Earl Rolvaag hosted a reception for delegates and alternates Friday night. Sen. Walter Mondale will keynote the meeting today. County delegates and alternates Are mrs. Jensen Reding a Deb Nemitz. Vernon j. Schaefer of Adams or. And mrs. I a v i d Neiswanger Charles Painter. Mrs. Russell Robinson Otto Bandier. Robert Bandier Herman Jensen Charles Hansen. Roland Pratt. Mrs. Carl p. Nelson. Francis Walsh Maynard Enright Gordon Kilmer. Marie Casey Ralph Sveska of grand Meadow and Fred god Fredson. State officers will be elected at noon sunday. 2 Bills affecting county passed in House on Friday by Dick cords Herald City editor i St. Paul a two lion controversial bibs affecting Mower county passed the House of representatives Friday afternoon. The Bills authorize a six township Rural fire Protection association to Levy taxes under certain conditions. One bib covering a t i a Lansing red Rock and w i a Dom townships was introduced by reps. Harvey Sathre a n d mrs. Helen Mcmillan. The second Bill covered Moscow and Oakland t o w a ships in Freeborn county was introduced by Paul Overgaard. Albert Lea. Both measures being on the House consent Calendar whipped through final passage in about two minutes. The Bills were introduced at the request of township officials who complained that several Rural residents had refused to pay fire service charges because the lire had been extinguished by tile time firemen arrived. However firemen and township supervisors Point out that whether firemen actually extinguish a fire has no bearing on charges of fire rigs leave pc placement test set May 8 Austin Junior College will give an English placement test to prospective freshmen saturday May 8, at 9 a in. In the High school cafeteria. Tile test is open to All graduating seniors of the area who intend to enrol in the College. No Advance registration is required and there is no fee. Purpose of the test is to place freshmen in the one of the Lour different Levels of freshman English courses suitable to their abilities. Students taking the placement test now will not be required to take it during t h e orientation period next fall. Their stations to answer alarms the service is rendered a n d the affected resident must pay. Lyle students enter society Lyle Minn. A eight High school senior students were inducted into the Quill and scroll honorary society monday at an Assembly. They were Nan Nous. Robert in it t a Sherry Enerson. Joanne Hutson Diane Campbell Donna Drenth Theresa Freese and Rosemary Ellis. Mrs. Irene Steen journalism advisor performed t ii e ceremony. To become a member of the society a student must be a Junior or senior scholastically in the upper third of his class. Do distinctive work in s urn c phase of High school journalism. Be recommended by journalism students and approved by the society a executive officer. Scholarship Diana Evenson 2000 Lith St. Say has been awarded the Concrete units Ine. Contractors scholarship to Austin Junior College. The has senior w ill receive $300 a year n d $10 More per Quarter if she maintains a b average. The scholarship was awarded on the basis of need and academic rating. In parents fund drive or. And mrs. Robert f. Mul Vehill Minneapolis National v i c e chairmen for the parents fund of the College of St. Catherine have appointed or. And mrs. Harold Butler 215 4th ave. Neas captains Iii the Austin area for the annual solicitation of parents of present and former students in an Effort to secure their participation for 1965 in the parents fund of the College. Cabs Are being made during april As an important part of the College capital program. The gift of $1 million from the Ford foundation upon the condition that the College Wil secure $2 million from its alumnae parents and friends has served As a Strong incentive to the parents group. Trains 13. 14 continue Chicago great Western railway passenger trains will continue although operation was to have ceased Friday night. Passenger trains 13-14 no from the twin cities to Omaha neb., and Are the last to serve Austin. Operation of both Are expected to continue for several months yet for no hearing Date h a s been set by the interstate Commerce commission. 6 cars damaged slightly in 3 backup mishaps three hacking up incidents were reported to Austin police Friday. In each Case d a in age was slight. A car driven by Henry Leonard Hanson 401 15th St. Be was backing up when it hit one driven by Mary m a r i e Meier 1707 3rd ave. Be on 1st ave. So about 150 feet West of 12th St. Syn near the Sterling parking lot. At 4 ., Friday in the too Block of 2nd ave. Nov about 120 feet East of 1st St new a car driven by Evelyn Rae Miller. 2303 Iii St. Nov hit one driven by George Drever Austin by. O at 3 05 ., Friday cars driven by Robert la. F r i i a 1201 21st ave. Syn and Lyall p. I arson Sargeant collided in a backing incident in the county jail parking lot. Hayfield dist. School election precincts listed Hayfield Minn. A the annual Hayfield school Board election will be from 3-9 ., May 13, at three precincts. Precinct i Hayfield High school a All the District in Dodge and Olmsted counties and tile portion of Mower which is West of the North South Road two Miles East of Highway 56 and North of the East West Road three Miles South of Waltham. Precinct 2 Sargeant school a All Hie District South of Dodge and Olmsted county lines which is East of the North South Road two Miles East of Highway 56 and North of the East West Road three Miles South of a Waltham. Precinct 3 Brownsdale school a All the District South of the East West Road three Miles South of Waltham. Spring Valley Fra elects Root head Spring Valley Minn. Mike Root was named president of the Spring Valley future Farmers of America Fra Here thursday night. Other officers Are Darol Heidlebaugh vice president Steve Larson Secretary Lavoie House treasurer Tom Walker reporter and Larry Crews Sentinel. Two teams from the Spring Valley chapter will he going to the state convention at the University of Minnesota. St. Paul Campus this weekend. They Are Dairy a Kenneth and Darol Heidlebaugh Steve Eisnman and Dave Lucas and crops a Allen Blyd. Lavern House Dau yield Rodenz and Vernon Wirth. Retirement guide guides for qualification t f retirement plans for self employed individuals a professional or business individuals or partners a have been issued by the internal Revenue service in a n e w pamphlet. George o. Lethert District director of internal Revenue states that interested self employed individuals can secure a copy by writing or calling his office and requesting document no. 5592. Mrs. Jaycees involved in 44 service projects joint services Spring Valley Minn. A the pub and United Church of Christ churches will hold joint services As follows May a Grace eur june a United Church effective May 2. Sunday school will be held at 9 45 . In each Church. The Junior choir will meet at 3 45 p. Rn., a wednesday at g r a c e Church and the senior choir of both churches will meet at 7 30 ., wednesday at Grace Church. School election Blooming Prairie. Mum. A incumbent Herbert Kittleson and former school Hoard member. Burton Ingvalson. Ii a v e filed for three year terms on the Blooming Prairie school Board. Harrison Oswald has not announced if he will be a candidate. The Austin mrs. Jaycees participated in 44 projects or events last year earned $565, and contributed most of it plus $431 to various organizations and programs. Of their 44 projects 21 were in assistance to the Jaycees whom they helped elect Alan Skogeboe slate president. The 32-member group had representatives on sheltered workshop Board. Coordinating Council clean water Assn. And mental health Board in addition to sending delegates to the state safety meetings and mental health legislative Day program. Major projects on w h i c h they assisted the Jaycees were a project with a heart Quot a picnic for shut ins and senior citizens the teen age halloween dance Christmas shopping tour Snowflake festival dance miss Austin and District miss Minnesota Queen reprieve for Sam Riceville Iowa a Sam ii who was slated to be served at the immaculate Conception Church Buffalo supper sunday got a reprieve from being tile main course. He is still roaming the pastures at t ii e of l. Sherman Buffalo farm near Nora Springs while two younger Buffalo ii a v e been slaughtered and prepared for the oven. Choir to sing Spring Valley Minn. A tin elementary school choir will give concerts at a Wykoff and Chatfield school. May 6. Mrs. Kenneth Balder is director of the 100-voice group planners to meet a the Minnesota planning association with representatives from Community planning commissions throughout the state will hold its annual conference May 7 and 8 in Minneapolis. Richard Goodwin of president Johnson a staff will be one of the keynote speakers along with Robert Boblett of the a. I. Strong co. And Robert Van Hoef executive Secretary of St. P a u i metropolitan improvements committee. Laymen plan rally the Austin zone lutheran laymen s league will hold i t s Spring rally and banquet sunday May 2 at West Concord High school. Zion lutheran Church. West Concord is Host. Registration begins Al 6 30 . Zone president Elmer l. Kuseske says the highlight will be a lecture and slides by mrs. Roger Osborne Field worker for Indian missions. Election of officers and reports by project supervisors Are slated. The l u t b e r a n laymen a league is an auxiliary organization of the lutheran Church Missouri Synod Hormel co. Aids Booster program the goo. A. Hormel amp co is among several state food processing firms participate i n g in Minnesota food seminars in several Eastern cities. The program sponsored by the state agriculture department includes demonstrations hours do oeuvres and a b u of e t dinner using Minnesota foods entirely. Pageants and Jaycees conventions. They donated to the Library. American Field service Exchange student program. Unite d fund Foster Parent plan sheltered workshop Community ambassador program Eye screening clinic police dept. A stranger danger slide series and to other groups and projects. Gifts letters and visits were made to two adopted patients at the Rochester state Hospital where they also staged a Ward party for 44 patients. Post office at Lyle scheduled for remodelling a contract to remodel the Lyle Post office was awarded to Violet l. Howard. Sens. Eugene Mccarthy and Walter Mondale announced today. The existing Lyle Post office building will be remodeler. It has Interior floor space of 1,562 Square feet a platform of 120 Square feel and a parking and mane vering area of 1.920 Square feet. The Basic five year lease with a two year renewal option. Calls for annual rent of $720 and remodelling costs of $1,100. Completion is set for july i. Eugene Nietz Glen Malecha Eugene Nietz leaves Sterling state loan officer added two changes in Sterling state Bank personnel were announced Friday by Hugh v. Plunkett or. Bank president. Eugene Nietz has resigned As assistant vice president to become executive vice president and managing officer of t ii e Owatonna state Bank. Clen Malecha manager of an Owatonna finance company will join Sterling Bank As instalment loan officer Nietz has served As treasurer of the Jaycees and chair Man of the 1964 miss Austin pageant and we ill co chairman the 1965 miss Minnesota chairman. He and his wife Mary Ann have two children Cynthia 6, and Timothy 2. Malecha a Northfield native served in the Navy for four years before joining the finance company in 1961. He also served As Secretary of the Owatonna Jaycees. He will move his wife Anne and children Jod Ine 4, and Jilline 6 months to Austin shortly. Dodge out of Senate dist. County s House setup unchanged under reapportionment measures by Dick cords St. Paul a Mower county a representative districts Are unchanged in both House and Senate versions of the legislate reapportionment Bills but not the Senate District. In both measures Mower would continue to hold its two seats in the House a one for the City of Austin and one for Rural Mower county. But sen. P. J. Bolands constituency presently composed of Mower and Dodge counties w Ould be Cut up. Both Bills lop Dodge county off the present Senate District. The desired Senate District under Hie working formula used by both houses in drafting t h e reapportionment Bills Calls for one senator to represent 50.000. Mowers population is about 50,000. Dodge county had a population of 13,259 in the 1960 census. By taking doge county away from the present District represented by sen. Holand Mower county would have its own senator and the District would be As close As possible to the desired apportionment formula. The Senate version affecting Dodge and Mower counties representation in the Senate was changed Back and Forth about three times but As it stands Dodge and Mower have Ben politically Cut apart. Both houses have Given final passage to their respective reapportionment Bills. However the real hassle is yet to come when a joint House Senate conference committee attempts to w irk out a Compromise measure acceptable to both houses. Most legislators Friday afternoon preferred to remain silent on the prospects for final passage but would admit privately in soft voices that the big fight is ahead and a special session is not impossible

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