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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Austin, Minnesota 2-Austin Minn Herald saturday oct to 197ft vital statistics births St. Olaf Hospital or. And mrs. Kenneth Bell 1903 3rd ave. Be son. Oct. 9. Or. And mrs. Glen Hall 705 21st St. Be son oct. 9. Outside of Austin or. And mrs. Quednow 880 Milwaukee ave., Liberty i 11 a 111., daughter. Oct. 8. Grandpas erns Are or. And mrs. Edward Quednow 1705 4th ave. Be and or. And mrs. Harold Huffman. 1809 3rd ave. Be. Deaths Arlow lag ing Arlow Laging. 77, Spring Valley died thursday evening at Community memorial Hospital. Spring Valley. He is survived by one brother Dou re of Lincoln neb. Nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be monday afternoon in Spring Valley. Arnold j. Hoffman Arnold j. Hoffman 72. Austin it. 5, died unexpectedly Friday morning. He is survived by his widow Marmet one daughter Gwen Hoffman Austin five Brothers. Delbert of Austin Joseph of Meyer Iowa Anthony of Chicago. Alfred of Milwaukee Wisi Claude of Minneapolis. Funeral services will be monday. Funerals Hoffman a funeral services for Arnold j. Hoffman. Austin it. 5, will be at la . Monday at Queen of Angels Catholic Church. Interment will be in Calvary cemetery. A Wake service will be held at 8 . Sunday at the Mayer funeral Home where friends May Call after 7 . Saturday. Obituaries Imi mrs. Eva Sauers 1971 mrs. Eva Sauers was born sept. 6, 1891 at Amboy Minn., the daughter of Frank and Mary Lattin. She attended amb o y Public school and on May 19, 1922 she married George a. Sauers at Chicago. She moved to Davenport Iowa to Austin in 1933. Mrs. Sauers was a business agent for Oil and chemical workers local 578 and a member of the first United method i s t Church. Red Cross Volunteer Del women a club. Mrs. Sauers died oct. I 1970 at St. Olaf Hospital at the age of 79. Funeral services were held at i . Oct. 3 at the Jordan mortuary Chapel Rev. Stanley Hanks officiating. Interment was in pleasant Prairie cemetery Winnebago Minn. She is survived by one brother Paul l. Lattin 800 2nd ave. New Austin nieces and nephews or. And mrs. Kenneth Sahara Austin or. And mrs. Clyde Stouffer and family Shell Lake wis., miss Bette Lattin or. And mrs. Dean Lattin or. And mrs. Marlyn Lattin and family Minneapolis or. And mrs. Myles Lattin Concord calif., or. And mrs. Walter Bauman Tucson Ariz. Relatives and friends attended from Austin Amboy Winnebago Madelia Minneapolis Minn. 1900 Ben m. Kruger 1970 Ben m. Kruger. Hayfield it. 2, was bom March to 1900, the son of Charles a. And Mary Kruger. His marriage to Rena Wiley took place March 2,1921 at Hayfield. He Farmed in the Hayfield Community All his life. Or. Kruger was a member of the presbyterian Church of Hayfield and served As an elder several years. Or. Kruger passed away at his farm Home on wednesday morning sept. 23, 1970. He is survived by his wife Rena three sons Russell of Austin Kenneth of Silver Bay and Charles of Galesburg iu., and two daughters Amy of Albert Lea and Gladys of Austin and to grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 . Friday sept. 25, 1970 at the presbyterian Church in Hayfield pastor Robert Morgan officiating with mrs. Rosie Peterson soloist and mrs. Lucille Kruger organist. Interment was at the Fairview cemetery in Hayfield. Casket bearers were Reuben Tverberg Lloyd Kruger Fred Kruger. Irvin boy sen Calmer Severson and Curtis Jacobson. Card of thanks Sauers the family of Eva m. Sauers wishes to express their sincere appreciation for the memorials cards and Flowers sent at the time of her death. Our special thanks to Rev. Stanley Hanks for his comforting words soloist mrs. Rev King organist Kavin Sampson and the pallbearers. A most sincere thanks to circles i amp l for serving dinner at noon for the family. All these Many Kino Nesses will Long be remembered. Or. And mrs. Paul Lattin nieces and nephews in memorial Jerdet a in Loving memory of our son. Brother and grandson Dennis Jerdet who was killed in Vietnam oct. La two years ago. Today recalls the memory of a loved one gone to rest and those who think of him today a those who loved him Best. The Flowers we Lay upon his grave May Wither and decay. But the love for him who lies beneath will never fade away. Sadly missed by his Mother brother sister and grandparents or. And mrs. Clarence Arens Lestrud a in Loving memory of Lloyd Lestrud who passed away october to 1969. A Loving one from us has gone a voice we loved is still. A place is vacant in our hearts that can never be filled. Always remembered by his family hospitalized St. Olaf Hospital mrs. Mary Brady 411 8th St. New medical. Mrs. Nolan Lang 709 5th St. So medical no visitors. Mrs. Anna Goetz 1203 Lith ave. New surgical. Nomer Larson Adams medical. No visitors. Outside of Austin mrs. Myrle Larson 508 10th ave. So St. Marys Hospital Rochester room 1-180, surgical. Pics will tour plants in Austin Southern Minnesota Chap t e r no. 66 of the american production and inventory control society will meet at 3 30 . Monday oct. 12, at Austin. The meeting will begin with a tour of Geo. A. Hormel amp co. Followed by a visit to american can co. A dinner meeting follows at the Alcove supper club. President of the group is Robert w. Selvala truth inc., Owatonna. For further information about the group Contact Charles Grubish Wenger corp., Owatonna. Arc meeting slated monday at Oak Grove a meeting of the Assn. For retarded children will be held 8 . Monday at the Oak Grove Center. Speaker will be William dittes Field representative from Faribault who will explain the Rural Friendship Campaign to raise funds for the association. The Public is invited. Sharon Paulson tries trampoline at Myca gym United fund Agency activities at Myca cover wide Range of people and programs United fund Money is at work in the Myca. The Myca Pool is an important part of the total Myca program. Last year approximately 303 individuals Learned to swim at the y and about 776 received additional instruction beyond the initial learning. There Are five ability Levels taught at the Myca before the individual moves to the advanced aquatic programs such As Junior life saving senior life saving diving swim team skin diving scuba diving and synchronized swimming. One of the popular programs at the y this fall is Flag football open to either member or non member. Over 350 boys in grades 4, 5 and 6 plus 38 Volunteer coaches take part in the program. The Yea sponsors the Indian guide and Indian Maiden programs available to both member and non members. The Myca has four camping programs for boys and girls starting in the first Grade and continuing through College. The Myca has Many special programs available such As know your government seminar. My Owca embassy program adventure club Christmas crafts easter crafts Bridge guitar lessons ski crud Junior leaders club youth and government Church athlete i c Assn., Charm class for girls human growth and development fishing trips and Archery. Elkton principal has tires slashed Friday night was a bad one for Elkton High school. Principal Clarence Olson Elk ton it. 5, parked his car in front of the school and went to watch the football game. When he came Back about 9 30 . He found All four tires on the car slashed. Damage was Estima cd at $130. On top of that Elkton lost the game to Waseca 10-8. The Myca makes certain that memberships Are available to any youth regardless of ability to pay. They a men Andy a Menette club make Camp scholarship Money available to youth through the Sale of apples and Christmas Trees. Families Ore referred to the y from churches. Welfare dept., mental health clinic schools and concerned individuals. The Myca also works with the activity Center Cedar Val Ley workshop and Gerard school in providing Pool and gym 3pice and instruction. These and Many other activities Are available because of the United fund. 7 car mishaps reported today one minor injury City police reported seven accidents today but there were no serious injuries. At 8 14 . Friday two cars collided at the intersection of 4th St. And 2nd ave. New. The Drivers were Vera Darlene Carl Strom 506 Oakland ave. W., and Tebbe Eugene Deboer 704 4th St. Be. Damage to the Vera Carl Strom car was $55 Deboer s car $35. At 8 28 . Friday two cars collided at the intersection of 1st ave. And 3rd St. Be. The Drivers were Frank Andrew Karnes. 703 10th ave. Be and Alvin Oscar Paulson 808 14th ave. Be. Damage to Kames car was $100 Paulsons $30. A car driven by Martha Agnes Morehouse 1905 7th ave. Be hit a parked car owned by Tonetta Olive , 1401 8th ave. New at 10 45 . Friday. The Accident occurred in the 300 Block of 4th ave. Be. Damage to the Tonetta Coddington car was $75 Martha Morehouse a car none. A two car collision occurred at 12 05 . Friday at the intersection of 1st St. And 1st ave. So. Drivers of the cars were Artancy Edna Hyland 808 8th ave. New and Galen j. Hickerson Dodge City Kan. Damage to the Artancy Hyland car was $100 Hickerson a car $175. A car driven by Donna Mae Goetz 1203 4th ave. Be hit a Mower county sheriffs offi guard Post in the first nation cers Are investigating the t i r e a1 drive up Bank lot 1st St. I slashing. And 2nd ave. New at 1 38 .4 Austin woman caught after jail escape Judith Sigstad 21. Of Austin was apprehended at 1 30 . Friday in downtown Shakopee. She was Back in the institution by 2 . And placed in a maximum Security cell according to Phyllis Brinkman a Coe sections agent at the reformatory. The inmate serving a three year term for felonious assault of a night clerk at the Austin hotel did not resist arrest when apprehended authorities a i d. She began serving her term two weeks ago. She was assigned to work in a sewing room in one of the institutions cottages. Her absence was noticed when she failed to report for work at 9 a in. Only certain areas of the institution Are fenced and t h e woman apparently walked off the g r o u n d s. Authorities said they did not know How Long she would remain in the maximum Security cell. County stops for Bookmobile the Austin Mower county Bookmobile will make the following stops the week of monday oct. 12. Monday a Stanek 10 15-11 a in. Maple View 11 15-12 noon red Oak Grove Lut h e r a n Church 1-1 30 . St. Michael a lutheran Church. 2-2 30 . Lansing 2 45-3 45 . Austin acres. 4-4 45 . Tuesday wheel estate trailer Park 9 30 to . Sacred heart hospice and St. Marks lutheran Home 10 15-12 noon Austin acres it 15th ave. And 21st St. Sgt 1-1 30 . Don Weseman farm. 1 45-2 15 . Bellemans addition,2 30-3 . Southgate 3 15 4 45 pm. Wednesday a Taopi 10-10 30 am. Adams la .-4 45 . Thursday a Clayton town Hail 10 15 11 15 Leroy Library 11 30 12 noon main farm 1-1 30 . Frankfort town Hall 1 45-2 15 . Grand Meadow Library 2 30-2 45 . Meadow Manor rest Home. 2 45-3 . Dobbins Crest 2nd addition 3 45-4 14 . Hangge addition 4 15-4 45 . Friday a Austin activity Center 10 30 ill . Brownsdale. Library. 11 30-11 45 . Dexter. I a 2 . Niceville 2 30 4 15 . Terrace trailer court 4 15 4 45 . Welfare meeting Caledonia Minn. The Region Chi conference of the Minnesota welfare Assn. Will be held at 9 . Friday Oil. 23, at Caledonia High school. Keynote speaker will be or. Roland s. Larson Minneapolis whose topic will be a Parent effectiveness training. Highway dept May ask 1971 legislature to ban tire studs St. Paul map a the Minnesota Highway department proo ably will recommend to the 1971 legislature that studded tires be banned in the state Highway commissioner n. T. Waldor said Friday. The 1969 legislature approved use of studded tires for two More years but directed a study of their effect on Road surfaces. Waldor said pavement surfaces have been worn away to a depth of one third Inch in some Urban areas. Quot because damage to pavement surfaces from studded tires will undoubtedly require substantial additional maintenance expenditures. And since the degree of safety benefits that the studded tire provides to the user on the Highway is questionable it is unlikely the Minnesota Highway department will endorse their continued use a Waldor said. Waldor noted that tests thus far have shown that none of the pavement types in common use have the capability of effectively resisting the Wear caused by the hard Tungsten Carbide studs. Motorists May legally install studded tires next thursday for the coming Winter season. The current Law authorizing them expires next May i. Business notes local temperature today year ago Low 29 High 70 9 . 32 Low 41 Friday year ago High 43 High 73 Low 29 Low 14 we Welcome your charge account and offer free delivery on prescriptions convalescent supplies rental and sales. Clinic pharmacy 433-7443 Austin clinic bldg. St. Olaf lutheran Church 301 1st ave. New. The Church with a heart in the heart of Austin services 8 00 a 9 25 a 10 45 . 10 45 service is broadcast Over Kaus sunday school 9 15 and 10 30 . Visitors Welcome a members expected Sermon for sunday oct. La 1970 a a disturbing questions pastors h. T. Grimsby w. L. Jorenby h. E. Luecke auction to Settle the estate of Bort Moo monday october 12th starting at 1 00 . Located fait on Highway 56 in la Roy Minn. Real estate 4 bedroom Homo with full Bath upstairs ii Bath downstairs living room dining room and Kitchen with built in cupboards. This Homo has full basement with Gas hot water heat. Located on i i lot with a 21x20 doubt garage. Real Good. Iii lot with a Apple Trees Strawberry and Raspberry Beds. Terms on Home a $500 Down Day of Sale balance to be paid when you rec five the deed and abstract. Possession immediately. Sold subject to the approval of probate court. 4 a. Approx far Mable land will also by sold. Terms on 4 acres i Down Day of Sale balance when you recent deed and abstract. Automobile a Imi Mercury Comet 4 door Many other articles Universal gos stove help out . Philco refrigerator one drop Leaf Oak dining table with 4 chairs dishes pots and pans Kitchen utensil platform Rocker Book shelves child Wicker Rocker 2 Small reekers Plant stands 2 wooden rockers naugahyde covered Recliner chair Davenport and chair 2 end tables Victor piano and Bench household goods 3 piece bedroom set sewing machine bedding in Good condition Iron bed and mattress Dresser two piece bedroom set Small Dresser 2 Cedar chests trunk real Good steel bed and mattress radio picture frames Deer heed electric Coffee pot food grinder Speed Queen washing machine 2 big crocks personal property 24 Inch Lawn boy Lawn Mower 30 Extension ladder 22 in. La in Mower 2 tool chests Roll Barb wire of Quot Ifland a Quot &/"�?o�?�kl&Quot"1 Quot a a a a or Bench grinder terms Cash. Not responsible for accidents. Debt Noe estate Grant Hawkins executor Jim amp bus Eastman auctioneers 50-12 i 50-13 first state Bank of Leroy a clerk Friday. Damage to the car was $75 to the Post unknown. At 11 50 . Friday a car driven by Jeffrey Lee Vollman Duluth hit the cover of an underground Gas tank at Brandenburg a East Side Standard station. Damage to t h e car was $200. At 5 45 . Saturday a car driven by Steven Lynn Stem 1700 1st ave. Be hit a parked car owned by Audray c. Van Epps 308 12th St. Be. Stern sustained moderate injuries but did not seek Hospital treatment. Damage to his car was $600 Audray Van Epps car $150. Markets saturday oct. To 1970 Austin prices paid today by Hor Moi for Hoffs grading no 3 Butcher hogs 200-230 .18.00-18.25 packing sows All butchers weighing Over 300 lbs Arr priced the Lama As sows of the same wet classification 270-300 .16.00-16.25 cattle Market . Prime and Choice Yea rungs .26.00 29 to v 8. Good steers a yearlings .23.50 26.00 . Commercial cows 18.25 21.00 standards .22.00-24 50 utilities .18.50-20.75 canners .16.75-20.50 bulls .23.00 27.75 heifers Are 50c to by less. Notes from Raymond s Raymond s nursing Home we wish to Welcome six residents who have moved in during the past few Days. Henry Braaten is from Corning and has three sons living in this area. They Are Kenneth Nordahl and Harmon and a son in Elkton namely Orlean. His daughter is mrs. Martin Fahje. Donald o. Lokken came Here from Albert Lea where his son and wife live. Mrs. Stella Slowinski moved from Brownsdale where her husband resides. Four sons live in this Community and they Are Anthony Frank Henry and Joe. Mrs. Alma Bork of Austin came from St. Olaf Hospital. Mrs. Curtis Krebsbach and mrs. Gerald Fossey Are daughters who live in Austin and mrs. Robert Nietz another daughter lives in Rochester. Another Austin resident moving in is mrs. Edna Nelson. Her daughter is mrs. Diedrich and her son is Don Nelson. Otto r. Berg has also joined our a a family and he has two daughters Starlene and Penny who live in Austin. Or. And mrs. Ray Grant of Kansas visited Johanna Grant. Or. And mrs. Michelson of Watertown s. Dak. Visited Clara Winette. Hollis Thompson had a Call from his former pastor William Clevenger and other friends of Buffalo Center Iowa. Rev. William Ostroot of Frost Minn called on or. And mrs. Peder Tovdal. The Rev. Evenson of red Oak Grove lutheran Church made visits Here on tuesday. Father Kukowski conducted the mass for our Catholic residents last Friday. He was assisted by members of the legion of Mary. Gilbert mourn of Fargo came to see Mathida Lien. Mae Fielding and Bertha Cafourek visited addle Bauge on tuesday. Or. And mrs. George Braastad of Bethel called on friends Here on wednesday. During the past week the red Cross nursing Home volunteers were Georgia Koenig Lois Hesla and Dorothy Akervold. The red Cross High school youth met Here with their leaders on tuesday afternoon to hear orientation talks on Volunteer services in a nursing Home situation and also a talk by Walter Baldus of the Cedar Valley rehab. Work shop. appreciate the efforts of mrs. Robert Dudley and her assistants in bringing the girls Here for this meeting. Residents of the Home enjoyed the viewing of a film entitled a a circus which was narrated by the famous Clown Emmet Kelly. Pastor Jacobson of Walters Minn. Was our worship service speaker this week. Mrs. Jacobson was Here also and a Coffee party was held for them and Parish members living Here which included Elizabeth Koettker and Gilbert Brakke. Report sales gain or. Pepper co. Reports its National Pallo nage sales for september More than 24 per cent above the same month last year boosting cumulative gains for the nine month period ending sept. 30, 21 per cent ahead of the same period in 1969. It was the 113th consecutive monthly sales gain for or. Pepper and continues a consistent growth record that has moved or. Pepper into fourth position among the National soft drink leaders. Attends seminar mrs. Margret Simons 407 a i St. New attended the Midwest hospitality shows at the Minneapolis auditorium this past week. Seminar were held on tuesday wednesday and thursday. Mrs. Simons is a hostess at Kings food Host in Austin. Top agent Clifford Defor Prudential insurance agent in Austin has been named the life underwriter of the month for september for the Rochester Dis local girl gets Bethel scholarship Annice m. Larkin daughter of or. And mrs. Edward Larkin 1000 4th ave. Be has been awarded an academic scholarship at Bethel College and Seminary St. Paul. The award is based on accumulated academic achievement to Date and enrolment in the current school year. Annice is a graduate of Austin High school. Strict sales Force. The announcement was made by Miles Baske Rochester District manager. Promotions Don c. Lein was elected vice president controller and Robert Cavanaugh was named general manager for Canadian operations of Jos tens inc., it was announced by Richard l. Schall president and chief executive officers of the company. Activity schedule for Park and rec adult Tennis Ellis Junior High school 7 to 10 30 . Friday. Mixed volleyball adults Neveln school 7 to 9 30 . Monday and thursday. Lincoln school 7 to 9 30 . Thursday. Menus volleyball and basketball Whittier school 7 to 9 30 . Monday. Women a volleyball league Southgate school 7 to 9 30 . Wednesday. Austin swim club High school Pool 7 to 9 . Thursday. Golden age club Moose club rooms 206 3rd ave. Be i to 4 . Monday and wednesday. Fresh Squash Butternut Acorn Buttercup Orang Turbin 4c available Spiro Agnew watches limited Supply Roger a jewelry 129 n. Main la. Buy them by tha Pound or Bushel fresh Crisp lettuce extra Larga Heads 19c head printings fruit Market open 10-1 daily inc. Sunday eat better by shopping at Piggy wiggly this huge display with John t. Overton of auf tin standing nearby is in our Oakland Avenue store and was built by Bruce Preyer of the stare. It helps Point out that at Piggy wiggly you can eat Well save Money and be sure of the freshest and finest in fruits vegetables meat and Dairy products along with our every Day Low prices on canned goods and bakery products. Stop at either Piggy wiggly store in Austin today and see How much you can buy for so Little. And while you re Here Why not play Zodiac Ash. Our newest and most fun game in Many years. Oakland ave. Store open daily 8 . To 9 . Pig Cly wiggly i 203 5th place . Store open thur. A Fri. Nites till 9

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