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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1968, Austin, Minnesota 2�?Austin Minn Herald saturday May la 1968 Many features of 67 National vital statistics Barrow show Here to be repeated Sam Shulsky s births St. Olaf Hospital or. And mrs. Duane Schaefer Rose Creek daughter May to. Deaths Richard Wollweber Richard Wollweber 36. Died this morning at methodist Hospital Rochester. An Austin policeman he resided at 1107 4th ave. Swy. Surviving Are his widow. Elizabeth a son James four daughters Denise Karen Annette Kathy his Mother mrs. Marion Wollweber Austin his father Alfred Wollweber in Alaska two Sisters. Mrs. Harvey Patricia Scheisser Austin mrs Daniel Jacqueline Tibbetts. Hampton a. Wollweber Rar a Day patrolman and started with the Austin police Force june 3, 1956. Funeral services will be held tuesday. Earl 0. Tiehen Bael 0. Tiegen 71, died Friday it methodist Hospital Roch Ester. A retired Farmer he resided at adam.,. Surviving ate his of Jow. Helen a son. Donald Tiegen Rodondo Beach Calif. A daughter. Mrs. James Jean Cwa Nee Santa Rosa. Calif. Is grandchildren three great grandchildren a brother Inin Tisaj gun. Austin. Funeral services will Fie held Munday at Adams. Funerals Derby a funeral services for Wesley Derby Bloom i n g Prairie will be held at 1 30 . Monday at the method i s t Church Blooming Prairie Rev. John Gabriel officiating. Inter ment will be i Evergreen cemetery m a n t o Nille i n n. Friends May Call at by o o in ing Prairie funeral Home Sund a y afternoon and evening and monday morning. The family prefers memorials. Wollweber a funeral services for Richard Wollweber 1107 4th ave. So. Will be held at to a m. Tuesday at St. Augustine Church. Interment will by in Calvary cemetery. Rosary service Wilt be at 8 . Monday at Berg funeral Chapel where friends May Call after noon on monday. Tietjen a funeral services for Earl 0. Tiegen Adams will lie held at 1 30 . Monday at Little Cedar lutheran Hunch Adams. Interment will be in Little Cedar cemetery. Friends May Call at Adams funeral Home from i . Sunday until noon monday and at tic Church until time of service. Obituaries 1948 up. 4 Norman Hinkle 1968 Norman Lee Hinkle was born june 28, 1948, in Austin Minn and lied of wounds while serving in Vietnam at the age of 19. Survivors include his parents or. And mrs. Harold Hinkle 701 5th St. New four Brothers Pennsauken. N. J., Robert of Austin Eugene of St. Paul Thomas at Home four Sisters mrs. Stanley Geraldine Zerek Albert Lea. Mrs. Kenneth Sharon seized. Austin. Mrs. Edward Betty Woll Schlager Faribault. Cynthia Hinkle at Home his grandparents or. And mrs. Herman Mcdaniel Stewartville and Clayton Cox. Austin several nieces and nephews. He was baptized and confirmed in the first methodist Church. He attended Sumner Grade school and was a Memler of the safety patrol there. He graduated in june 1966 from Austin High school and while in school he was an Austin daily Herald Carrier. He enlisted in the army june 6, 1966, and took his Basic training at it. Leonard Wood to. He was then sent to it. Ord Calif for advanced training. At it. Benning a. He became a paratrooper and served Eig h t months at it. Kabbe in the Panama canal zone. He volunteered for duty in Vietnam and after a leave at Home he left Austin oct. 15, 1967 for overseas duty. He was serving with the 101st Arr Hume division and attained the rank of specialist 4th class. After being stationed at several base he was sent to Phu Bai near Hue from which he was sent into the a Shau Valley near the Khe Sanh where he was hit with fragments which led to his death aboard the ass a actuary Hospital ship on april 22, 1968. Funeral services were held May 6. 1968 at the first methodist Church Rev. Stanley Hanks and Rev. A. C. Let Ong officiating. Interment was in grand View memorial gardens. Funeral arrangements were made by Worlein funeral Home and military rite by the Olaf b. Damm Post 1216, veterans of foreign wars of which he had just become a member. Honorary casket bearers were Steven Hansen Gerald Bell Dennis Boik James Kittleson Thomas Sollie and Edgar Cafourek. Card of thanks Sim Norman Lee Hinkle a our deepest appreciation and sincere thanks to All relatives friends neighbors for their Many kind acts of sympathy memorials cards food and Flowers following the loss of our son sp-4 Norman l Hinkle who was killed in Vietnam. Special thanks to Rev. Hanks. Rev. Long soloist mrs. Ben King jr., organist Delbert Sunman and the veterans of foreign wars. Also the honorary casket bearers and the committee who served lunch in the Church. The family of sp-4 Norman Hinkle Johnson a we sincerely wish to express our thanks to our Many relatives friends and neighbors for the Many acts of kindness Flowers food cards and memorials extended to us at the time of the death of our father Grandfather and great Grandfather. A special thanks to or. Affeldt and pastor Val in for his visits prayers and words of Comfort. Also to the Cole funeral Home the ladies chorus the organist and the Naomi Circle who served lunch. May god bless you All. The family of Ole s. Johnson in memorial Ferguson a in Loving memory of mrs. Bert Ferguson who passed away june 24, 1967. Mothers Day on this Day we Honor mothers by some Token word or sign i can Only say sincerely that i loved you Mother mine. I perhaps forgot to Tell you but i know you understood that i would have told you often of my feeling if i could. May it seems was meant for mothers with its warmth of rain and Sun for in Way i cannot fathom Spring and motherhood Are one. Bonds uniting child and Mother Are the strongest ties on Earth he or she who has no Mother is most conscious of her Worth. Gus Carlson Sil Lily missed by the children of mrs. Ferguson hospitalized St. Olaf Hospital miss i a Donna Espo. 1203 loth ave. So surgical. Outside of Austin Harold Felton Rose Creek methodist Hospital. Roe Hest e a room 623 medical. Local temperature today year ago Low 43 High 56 9 , 49 Jow 38 saturday year ago High 63 High 62 Low 43 Low 47 it is til ought fish have Little pain when caught or speared because their nervous system is not Well developed. Many of the features of the 1967 National Barrow show cited As the most successful in history will be repeated Here in september with Only minor revisions in show rules and regulations. These decisions were agreed us a by the secretaries of he National Assn. Of Swine records in a joint meeting with the National Barrow show management committee. Carroll pinger show superintendent presided Over the meetings. Quot the most significant Rule that win remain unchanged a exclaimed pinger a is the condensing of the show from a four to a three Day event this Experiment was first made in 1967 and has certainly proved to be very pinger also revealed that the requirements for Cunteri n g the carcass contest would be the same As last year with the exception of two modifications in the appraisal procedure. The allotment for Quot fill or viscera in each carcass has been changed from 12 per cent to 9 per cent he said. In addition All hogs must now meet the maximum average Farmer St. Paul Man killed in car accidents by the associated press a Nicollet county Farmer and a St. Paul securities firm official Are latest Minnesota traffic Accident victims. The deaths raised the states Highway toll to 278 compared with 237 through this Date a year ago. Walter Berbrich 60, court land. Minn., was killed near Nicollet today when his pickup truck rolled Over. Berbrich was thrown from the vehicle. Guybert m. Phillips 71, St. Paul died in a St. Paul Hospital Friday of injuries suffered thursday in a collision on interstate 35 in Little Canada near St. Paul. He was chairman of the Board of Caldwell Phillips co., St. Paul investment firm. Blooming Prairie in school project Blooming Prairie Minn. A the Blooming Prairie schools have been asked by the University of Minnesota to participate in a five state evaluation system for local programs of vocational and technical education reports supt. Maurice Mcfarlin. The project is being partially supported by funds from t h e United states office of education. The evaluation will be conducted during the school year 1968-69. Civil service Pilot jobs Are available applications Are being accepted for air plane Pilot positions in the Federal Chil service. Most of the positions Are with the . Forest service. Starting pay is $8,054. Those interested Are urged to file applications at once As the deadline is May 17. Proper forms and copies of the civil service announcement can be obtained from Al Kreung e a j Austin Post office or at the in ter Agency Board of . Civil i service examiners feeler a i Job Cente building 57, fort Snelling. St. Paul 55111. Moorhead band to perform at la. For the second Conse Cuti v e year the Moorhead state College stage band has been invited to play Coffman memorial Union at the University of Minnesota. According to or. Al n o i c e. Band director his musicians will perform at 3 15 . Friday May 17, at the University of Minnesota following a noon concert that Day in the first National Bank Plaza in Minneapolis. Bac fat thickness requirement of 1,5 inches As contrasted to 1.6 inches in previous years. Perhaps the most imports n t Rule change for 1968 War made in the truckload show. Instead of a committee of eight judges each representatives of the meat packing Industry Mak ing the official placings a single judge will be entrusted with this responsibility. Harlan Ritchie chairman of the judges of champions at the National Barrow show in 1967, has accepted this assignment As truckload judge. The remaining eight meal it erg of his committee will Grade All truckload entries while providing suggestions on the placings. With these few exceptions the National Barrow show will operate under the same rules and regulations As one year ago. Quot we Are very Happy with the results and the comments received about last years noted pinger Quot and we Are eager to make this one just As the National Barrow show will be held on monday through wednesday sept. 9-10-11. Investors guide business notes joins Rusco firm William it Bill Combs 23, has joined his brother Kenneth Combs in the operation of Combs Rosco and has opened a Branch office in Rochester to Servi c e Dodge and Olmsted counties. Kenneth Combs took Over the business in Austin in 1955 from his father who started Here in 1947. William Combs has been in the . Army and started with the firm april i. Rusco is the oldest and largest window company in the world and since it began in 1937 has installed 31 in windows. Combs franchise covers Mower. Dodge and Olmsted counties. Lockers sold or. And mrs. John Kraut have purchased the lockers at Spring Valley from or. And mrs. Rudy Rozendal who have owned the business since 1952. In 1961 they built the present Plant on pleasant ave. Rudy and May have no definite plans but will stay in Spring Valley. The krauts Are adding on to the present building for a retail meat business. They have been in Rochester the past 2�?~i years running the Kraut meat Mark e i there. Sickness store sold Fred sickness who has been in business in Spring Vail e y since 1939 has sold his store to Buster Johnson who has been manager of the meat dept two years. Or. And mrs. Bickness will remain in Spring Valley. Lebens attends seminar James r. Lebens of Jim be Bens Ford Hwy 116 a Austin Minn., has just completed an operations planning seminar conducted by Fords Chicago marketing Institute. Hie course is one of a number offered by Ford marketing institutes to Benefit Ford and Lincoln. Mer 2 dogs Are held for identification Austin Pound master har i a n Meier reported that two dogs Are held for identification and three will be up for adoption monday. Awaiting identification Are two male mongrels one Silver and Black and one Black Brown and White. A Black part Labrador Young female a Black and White male Puppy Mongrel and a Brown female terrier will be up for adoption. Read the classified ads Cury customers by emphasizing after. Purchase service a .1 d customer relations. At Osage Bank Mickey e. Lewis 24, of Fontanelle Iowa has been named assistant cashier of the Home Trust and savings Bank of Osage according to Albert Morse executive vice president. Lewis worked at the state savings Bank of Fontenelle for the past 5la years. He was assistant cashier there. Markets saturday. May la Ibbs Austin prices paid today by Hor my for hogs grading no. 3 Butcher hogs grading no. 3 150-160 .13.25 160-170 .15.25 170-180 .16.25 180-190 .17.25 190-200 .18.25 200-230 .18.75 230-240 .13.45 240-250 .18.15 250-260 .17.85 260-270 .17.55 270-280 .17.25 280-290 .16.95 290-300 .16.65 All butchers weighing Over 300 lbs. Are priced the same As sows of the same wet. Classification. Packing sows 270-300 17.00 300-330 .16.75 330-360 .16.25 360-400 .15.75 400-450 .15.25 450-500 .14.75 500-550 .14.25 550-600 .13.75 600-up .13.00 Stags 200-400 .11.00 Stags 400-up .10.50 boars Over 2009.75 cattle Market . Prime and Choice steers and yearlings .24.75 26.25 Good steers m yearlings .20.75 24.50 standards .19.25 21.75 . Commercial cows 18.25 19.75 utilities .14.75 17.50 Cutter is canners .14.25 17.25 fat bulls .18.75 21.25 it. It. Thin bulls .14.75 17.75 sausage bulls .14.75 22.75 mils. Cash Grain Minne Apo Lis a no. I hard Amber durum Choice 2.01-2.05 discounts Amber 2-3 durum 5. Corn no. 2 yellow l.lfvi-i.i6v4. Oats no. 2 extra heavy White 715/47334. Barley cars 92, year ago 93 Good to Choice 97-1.30 Low to intermediate 97-1.26 feed 92-96. Rye no. 2 1.12y�-1.15%. Flax no. I 3.20 nominal. Soybeans no. I yellow 2.69. Q. A my wife thinks we should switch 62 shares a i National distillers common into the a per cent preferred. I feel the company can show much better earnings however and that therefore we should retain the common although the preferred would also do better then. What about the Selling and buying commissions a. A you should understand the meaning of such a switch before you make it. The common today yields about 4.8 per cent. Your 62 shares bring in $111.60 a year in dividends. If you sell out and put the Money into the 44 per cent preferred income would go up to about $144. The ay4 per cent preferred is currently Selling at a Price to yield close to 6.3 per cent so far so Good $144 is More than $111.60. If you Are investing for maximum income with safety the switch makes sense. But if you Are investing in Hope of capital gain a based on the Hope of better earnings a you should realize that there is Little help for the preferred Stock in that area. The 4vi per cent preferred dividend is Alrea d y covered by earnings of about $125 a share in the latest year. So the reason it is Selling at a Price to yield a generous 6.3 per cent is not the Lack of coverage but the fact that in today a Money Market such a yield is expected from a Good fixed return Security. The Price of the common of course is much More closely tied to earnings and dividends. The latter were boosted about seven times in the last Doz e n years. So your answer boils Down to this i the preferred yields More income than the common. 2 As to capital gain you must ask yourself will i do better with the common if earnings continue to increase or with the preferred if Money rates drop commission for Selling the common would be about $28 the same for buying the preferred. Q. A i bought $30,000 of a growth fund last year at $17.39 a share and it has done nothing but go Down. So i bought 200 More shares at $16. We Ould k be Best to buy More shares while it is Low a. A of course a if you can define exactly the word is it $16, $15.25, $13.25 or what you jumped in with $30,000 around the Market High la s t year. If you want to avoid getting caught at the peaks better set up a regular monthly or quarterly plan so As to take advantage of Dollar Cost averaging. �?0�? q. A i am 59, single and Able to retire in about two years. I now hold $60,000 in savings e Bonds and Treasury Bills a the latter due july l what would you suggest a. A if you re going to retire at age 61 you wont be Able to ignore inflation. At least half if not More of your funds should be invested in equities to give you that inflation Protection. The Treasury Bdl due soon should be the first source of inv stable funds. The e Bonds which have a taxable , should not be touched until allays. Ter you retire and your tax bracket drops. In a sending you a list of retirement income stocks. Peace corps test set at Rochester Austin area residents interested in putting their skills to use in developing nations around the world Are invited to take the peace corps placement test at 1 30 . Saturday May 18. At Rochester Post office. The peace corps uses the placement test to deter i ii e How an applicant can Best be utilized overseas. Persons interested in serving with the peace corps must fill out an application and present it to the tester before the test. Application forms Are available from the Austin Post office. Austin couple attend Carleton development Day a total of too alumni and friends of Carleton College Northfield will attend a Quot Carleton College development Day today. They will be guests for a lec Ture Survey of curricular innovations finances building plans and Many other items covering the Normal business of running a College. Among those attending will he or. And mrs. Richard Gar Bisch 300 loth / be. So. Or. And mrs. Garbisch Are members of the newly formed second Century development com Mittie and mrs. Garbisch is vice president of the Carleton alumni Board. They Are the parents of Thomas it. Garbisch who is a Sophomore at Carleton. It pays to read the classified ads save Money on a new Home i--1 build your own Home. The easy Miles Way. Of you can drive a Natl and follow easy step by step instructions a Miles Home tit can be built within a few months a in it Are your spare hours. Pre Cut for Quick try Assembly. Well show you How to do the nailing. Have the fun. Save the Money. 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Short sets sift 6-16 our regular 96e-j.j7 4 Days Only 86 out of town buyer one Day Only highest prices paid in Cash for Silver certificates a Silver dollars Silver wartime Nickels Gold coins and old coins sunday May 12th inquire at the desk at the Holiday inn 437-4571 notes from Raymond s Raymond s nursing Home dear Reader Are you planning to be with your Mother tomorrow Good for both of you if you can perhaps you can to be with your own Mother Why not adopt one a visit to a nursing Home on mothers Day could bring Joy to a lonely person who has possibly outlived her family and friends. Gestures of kindness and help to others almost without exception find satisfaction far in excess of the time and Effort contributed. Mathilda Lien was out to red Oak Grove on wednesday to attend the funeral of her granddaughter mrs. Shirley Rivera of Kansas City. Mrs. De Devriendt of Royalton Minn., has spent the week Here with her Mother mrs. Ella Nelson. Clayton Cox has had visitors from Wisconsin and Iowa they were in town to attend the Norman Hinkle funeral. Clayton is a Grandfather of the Man who lost his life in Vietnam. We extend our sympathy to the family. Fred Lowe celebrated his birthday with a family party recently. His daughters mrs. Ray Studer and mrs. Harold Bohn with mrs. Glenn Lowe and mrs. Fitzgerald and their families were Here with a decorated cake. Thanks to mrs. Geri Klee and mrs. Blanche Hayek for rehab materials. We also enjoyed a recent visit from mrs. Cathy Heimer and her aunt they too brought us useful materials. Our weeks anti ivies have included the usual movie and we made use of a Chilly Rainy Day for a Popcorn party. Tile red Cross High school girls helping with a Bingo party on wednesday were Paulette Hoff Jennifer Friedrich and Roxie Asarum. Gray ladies this week were mrs. Ruth help Florence Violl Shirley Bergstrom Hazel Dunning and Maurine Rosenthal. Highlight of the week was a party at the sacred heart hospice which a number of our residents attended. They report a Fine afternoon and we appreciate the invitation and hospitality. We also appreciated the services of pastor and mrs. Daniel again this week for our wednesday worship mrs. Florence Syck served As accompanist. Mrs. Mary Lunachek has returned from the Hospital in Rochester. It is Good to have her Back with us again. National nursing Home week has been designated for the coming week of May 12. 18. There is a definite need to involve individuals and Community groups for Volunteer programs As part of our desire to provide for rehabilitation social and spiritual needs of our residents. Let us know of your interest a and do visit your nursing Home friends this week. Adv. Ideal for shopping lounging or Patio Wear sleeveless Cotton Wash in Wear shifts with slightly shirred Yoke scoop neckline Patch pocket and Button trim. 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