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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Austin, Minnesota A a Foxe amp a Agency drug stores 2-Austin Minn Herald saturday oct 17 1970 a vital statistics births outside of Austin Rev. And mrs. K. James Dav is. Duluth son. Oct. 15. The grandparents Are or. And mrs. Elvin Davis Austin. Or. And mrs. Robert Schott Ler St. Paul son oct. 15. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. Norman Seleen Edina Minn., or. And mrs. George Schottler Austin. Deaths mrs. Anna Larkin mrs. Anna Larkin 71. Died Friday at St. Olaf Hospit Al she resided at 1206 9th St. Be. Surviving Are three sons Robert and Edward of Austin. Harry of Albert Lea two daughters mrs. Eugene it Delores Coons Onamia. Minn., mrs. Virgil Shirley Ryan Albert i a a sister. Mrs. Marie Hewitt. Austin 17 grandchildren four great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held monday. Mrs. Wilmer Rosel mrs. Wilmer Elenora Rosel 64, died thursday at her Home in St. Ansgar. She is survived of her husband four sons Robert of Austin Raymond of Chicago Richard of St. Ansgar. David of Dows Iowa a daughter mrs. Wayne Dorothy Flygstad Jewell Iowa 14 grandchildren a sister. Miss Florence Biz St. Ansgar two Brothers Walter Belz Davenport Iowa Howard Belz St. Ansgar. Funeral services will be held monday at St. Ansgar. Mrs. Addie Bauge mrs. Addie m. Bauge 86, died this morning at Raymond s nursing Home. She is survived by a brother Charles we Ynn. Austin a sister in Law mrs. Maude Wynn. Mitchell Iowa nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held tuesday. Funerals Thomas a funeral services for f. Emmett Thomas 1308 4th ave. New. Will be at la . Monday at St. August i n e 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. Larkin a funeral services for mrs. Anna Larkin 1206 9th St. Be will be held at 9 . Monday at Queen of Angels Church. Interment will be in Calvary cemetery. A Wake service will be at 8 . Sunday at Mayer funeral Home where friends May Call after 7 . Saturday. Bauge a funeral services for mrs. Addie m. Bauge 400 loth ave. New will be held at 1 30 . Tuesday at the Jordan mortuary Chapel Rev. Stanley Hanks officiating. Interment will be in Woodbury cemetery. Friends May Call after 3 . Sunday. Card of thanks Murphy we wish to sincerely thank our relatives and friends for their gifts and cards we received on our Golden wedding anniversary. Or. And mrs. Alphonso Murphy Lyle Minnesota Bergstrom a special thank you to my relatives friends and neighbors for All their cards gifts and visits while i was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. A special thanks to or. Taufic or. Mlinar and or. Roberts and the personnel on 1st floor. Also thanks to my teacher and classmates for their cards. Lori Bergstrom Schaldack a thank you to the Many friends neighbors and relatives for the Many kindnesses food memorials cards and Flowers at the death of our beloved husband and father. Also thanks to pastor Luecke the organist and soloist for their Beautiful messages Given us at the service. God bless you All. The family of Henry a. Schaldack Hoffman we wish to express our deep gratitude to our friends neighbors and relatives whose sympathy and Many acts of kindness will never be forgotten. We want to thank All for the Flowers memorials and masses the vow Post 1216 for their military rites and the casket bearers also the priests of Queen of Angels Church for their services. Special thanks to the ambulance Drivers and the Hospital personnel or. Morris Lommen and father Cook. Mrs. Arnold Hoffman and Gwen Brownell on retiring from the Rooming House business. I would like to take this Opportunity to thank each and everyone who in the past 20 years have helped to make Elsie a Rooming House a successful and enjoyable business. Thank you. Elsie Brownell in memorial Koontz a in Loving memory of Roy e. Koontz who passed away Augustio 1969. Gone is the face we loved so dear silent is the voice we loved to hear too far away for sight or speech but not too far for thought to reach. Sweet to remember him who once was Here. And who though absent is just As dear. Sadly missed on his birthday by his wife and children hospitalized St. Olaf Hospital mrs. Richard j. Johns o Blooming Prairie medical. Mrs. Harry Graves. Brownsdale. Surgical. Louis Bowers 802 8th St. So medical. Business notes Assn. Of Minnesota counties officers the newly elected 1970-71 Lotfi county past president William Cera of the Assn. Of Minnesota Koniarski. Scott county pre s i counties shown before the Annu Dent Harold a. Larson c h i pal meeting of the association in Pew a county first vice presi St. Paul recently. Left to right Dent Robert Finbraaten. Mow Floyd r. Anderson St. Lou i a former Austin Man has role in new fort Snelling stamp a stamp commemorating fort snelling150 birthday will be released today at the restored historic fort. And attending the Celebration will be William Dunlap jr., son of or. And mrs. W. D. Dunlap 704 9th ave. New who is now employed with the . Post office in Washington d. C. Dunlap is postmaster general Winton blounts special assistant for philatelic affairs. The former Austin Man has been instrumental in gaining approval for the stamp. The event has been term e d Minnesota a biggest philatelic event in a decade. In 1958 a special Centennial stamp was issued commemorating the states 100th birthday. However in 1968 a Spehl stamp commemorating the 50th anniversary of Finland a Independence was issued at Fenland Minn near Duluth. Among those attending will be rep. Joseph Earth of the 4th dist. And rep. Clark Macgregor 3rd dist. Gov. Harold be Donald j. Ingram Donald j. Ingram is a new Salesman at Gordon a House of service in Austin. A 1963 graduate of Pacelli High school Ingram worked for 2 years in the Federal system division of International business machines of Owego . In various aspects of computer programming. He attended Devry Institute. Chicago graduating in Malch 1970, with a bachelors degree in electronic technology. After graduation he worked for computer marketing corp. Syracuse ., and Mohawk data sciences Des Plaines 111., As a data processing Salesman. Donald is the son of or. And mrs. Donald c. Ingram 605 17th St. So. He is single. Regular dividend the Board of directors of red owl stores inc., today declared a regular quarterly dividend of 25 cents per share on common Stock to holders of record oct. 23 payable nov. 13. There Are currently 1.535,758 Shar e s outstanding. Red owl stores inc., owns and operates 151 retail supermarkets 36 drug outlets and services approximately 268 independently owned food stores in a six state area including Minnesota wisc on s i a Iowa Michigan North and South Dakota As Well As the 30. Store food town supermarket cd a i n in Kansas Missouri and Oklahoma. Red owl stores inc., is a subsidiary of Gamble Skogmo. Inc., which held 811 per cent of red owls common Stock at close of fiscal year ended Jan. 31, 1970. First Bank report first Bank system reports income before Security transaction of $29,965,000 for the nine months ended sept. 30. The i s amounts to $4.11 per share 16.8 per cent greater than $3.52 per share earned during the same period in 1969. Net income for the period also amounted to $4.11 per share As compared to $3.45 per share in 1979. For the third Quarter income before securities transact o n s was $10,345,000 or $1.42 per share up 16.4 per cent for $1.22 per share for the third Quarter of 1969. Net income was $1.41 per share is. $1.22 for the third Quarter of 1969, announces earnings the Trane co. Of Lacrosse wis., today announced third Quarter naming of $4,312,000 which amounted to 78 cents per share up from 69 cents for the same period in 1969. Sales for the Quarter also increased. Earnings Tor the first three quarters of 1970 increased to $14,-057,000 from $11,264,000 last year. Sales in the third Quarter of 1970 were $62,378,000, compared to $59,754,000 during the same period in 1969. Profit for the Quarter was $4,312,000, compared to $3,746,000 in the third Quarter last year. Blount tells postmasters to stay Clear of politics postmaster Gen. Winton m. Blount has told the nation s postmasters neither he nor any other residentially appoint e d postal officials would participate in this years election campaigns. He indicated he expects All other postal employees to follow the example to remove the last vestige of partisan politics from the postal service. In remarks to the National Assn. Of postmasters of the United states meeting in Phi a Delphia Blount said a in this election year it is important that each employee of the postal service Bear in mind the Federal Law which restricts attend convention John Worlein of Hayward was among 600 delegates attending the seventh annual Kamp grounds of America own e r i Assn. Convention held in Chicago. The american Holiday Are owners of the Koa Kamp ground at is-90 and county 46, one of nearly 400 in the Koa system of family campgrounds throughout the . And Canada. Area agents cited seven members of the Albert Lea Austin Assn. Of life underwriters received the nation a i Quality award according to James r. Dempsey president. Dempsey explained that t h e awards Are presented by the association to recognize life insurance agents that Render outstanding service to their policyholders and attain High standards of professional achieve ment in the past year. Recipients from Austin include Kenneth d. Hanson Thomas w. Nims Leland a. Kit Telson Richard e. Land erg Richard Neil Notermann Clu Delbert n. Charbon and John f. Plantikow Clu. The Albert Lea Austin Assn. Of life underwriters was organized on May i 1969. 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 laymen sunday oct. 18, 1970 �?o70 for the 70�?Ts�?� Sermon by Richard Johnson pastors h. T. Grimsby w. L. Jorenby h. E. Luecke or county second vice president Don l. Cafferty Washington county Secretary treasurer and Ralph t. Keyes executive Secretary. William Dunlap or. Vander will not attend but will be represented by la gov. James Goetz. A special Branch of the St. Paul Post office will be set up at the Sutler a Stere. This office will be open All Day and i 11 provide first Day of Issue cancellations. Federal employees from engaging in partisan political activity. The Law exempts the postmaster general and the presidential appointees who determine National policy from these restrictions and Ith As been the custom i the past for individuals in these positions to participate fully in campaigns on behalf of their party a candidates. A because of this administrations efforts to remove the last vestiges of partisan politics from the postal service this matter has been discussed with the president. This year with the presidents full approval we intend to break with past tradition. A neither i nor any presidential appointee will become involved in such partisan political activity. Such activity would be inconsistent with the continuous Effort we have made since entering office in january 1969, to dispel All politics and poli Titan considerations from t h e postal service. To do otherwise would be particularly inconsistent with the spirit of the postal reorganization act recently signed into Law by the he urged postal employees to become thoroughly acquainted with political activity restrictions and to a observe the spirit As Well As the letter of the Law it was reported by Oliver Herrick Austin postmas ter. Football tickets on Sale monday # adult tickets for the Austin Albert Lea Homecoming football game will go on Sale monday it was announced today by Art Hass athletic director. The tickets will be on Sale from 1130 . To 4 30 pm. At room in at Austin High school. The game which will determine the big nine conference Leader will be played 7 30 . Wednesday at the Atli Letic Field. Activity schedule for Park and rec adult Tennis Ellis Junior High school 6 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 amp basketball Whittier school 7 to 9 30 . Monday women s 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. Nwa strike talks continue today Minneapolis a negotiations in the Northwest airlines strike were to continue today an airline spokesman said Friday night. There was no report on fridays session Between re Piesen to tics of the airline and the striking brotherhood of railway and airline clerks brag. Is woman injured in one of 2 Auto accidents an Austin woman was treated and released following a two car mishap at 12 30 . Friday on main St. A about 300 Fet South of 7th pm. New near Holiday inn. Taken to St. Olaf Hospital was Clara june Brown 1311 8th St. New. Florence Marie Browning 2013 5th ave. Be Driver of the other car complained of injury but was not hospitalized. Damage to the Clara Brown car was $400 while $1 200 was reported to the Florence Browning car. Another two car collision was reported at 4 45 . Friday when cars driven by theron Arthur Schmidt 1007 13th ave. New and Orville Eugene Jones 1404 22nd ave. So collided. No injures were reported with $25 damage to the Schmidt car $100 to Jones car. County stops for Bookmobile tile Austin Mower county Bookmobile will make the following stops the week of monday oct. 19. Monday a Elkton 9 30 .-12 45 pm. Johnsburg 2-2 45 . Lyle 3 15-4 45 . Tuesday a Racine 10 30-11 30 am. Rose Creek. 1-4 45 . Church. 10 30-11 . Evanger lutheran Church 11 30-12 noon Sargeant 1-2 30 . Waltham 2 45-4 45 . Thursday a Faith Lut h e r a n Church 10 30-11 am. Ellis 11 15 .-12 30 . Old Colony Raymond a and comfor care rest Homes 1 30-2 30 . Child care Center. 2 45-3 15 . Nelson addition 3 30-4 . Cedardale addition m5-4 45 . Halloween party Chaparral 4-h club will hold its halloween costume Paity at 7 30 . Tuesday at Lieben Stein Hall. It will be enrolment night and parents Are invited. Markets saturday oct. 17, 197� Austin prices paid today by Hor Tel for hogs grading no. 3 Butcher hogs 200-230 .17.75-18 00 packing sows All butchers Well Henf Over 300 lbs Are priced the same a sows of the tame wet classification 270-300 .15.75-18.00 cattle Market . Prime and Choice yearlings .26.00 29.00 u 8. Good steers St yearlings .24.00 26.00 standards .22.25 24.75 u.8. Commercial cows 18.75 21.25 utilities .18.75 21.00 canners .17.00 20.75 bulls .23.00 27.75 heifers Are 50c to $1 Leas. Available now Spiro Agnew watches limited Supply Roger a jewelry 129 n. Mein notes from Raymond s Raymond s nursing Home last week closed Here with a double birthday party for Mayme Cotter and Laura Cleveland on Friday. Two cakes were baked at the . Rehab session and they were enjoyed at the party by More than thirty friends in Tho Home. On saturday afternoon Laura a relatives and friends from the Community came with _ goodies and partied with her. The family of Peter Phillips also came on saturday and had a Coffee party with Peter in the recreation area. Or. And mrs. Adry Teigen presented us with a Beautiful big rubber Plant and we appreciate it very much. Mrs. Hazel Anderson brought her sewing machine for us to use in the crafts room so now we have a Trio of singers on monday afternoon our game room was occupied with card players and also a table of bunco and on tuesday afternoon the weekly Bingo party was held. Mrs. Blanche Bell assisted some of our handicapped residents to play and also brought us a Large selection of Bingo prizes. Out sincere appreciations to her. Mrs. Anna Rossow celebrated her birthday wednesday afternoon with a gala party. Her daughter brought a cake and also her Friend Cora Benson. Many of her friends came in to celebrate with her and also a number of the residents of the Home were included in the party. Circle members from the red Oak Grove alow honoured Gilbert Brakke on Friday which was his birthday. Birthday cupcakes were served and they brought prizes for playing Bingo. Charley Wynn a birthday was also observed on this occasion. Thank you ladies. Twelve members of the Home Extension Council made a tour of the Home on tues. Sisters of Vivian Farr mum Ionia and Fredericksburg Iowa had dinner Here with her on wednesday. Family members from Albert Lea visited with Don Lokken. Anna Jeffers has returned to her Home to live. Frank Collette of Austin moved in on monday. His wife and son Wesley and daughter mrs. Millie King Are All of Austin. Gerald Koettker of Walters joined our a a family last weekend. Mrs. Mary Brady returned from St. Olaf Hospital on thursday. The of Keefer a and Rhubee a of Buffalo Center Iowa called on Hollis Thompson this week and also or. And mrs. Floyd Johnson of Thompson Iowa. We look Forward to having grandchildren and friends of our residents participate in a Talent show on oct. 25th, at 3 30. Let us know if you can perform. Wold drug 231 Mam Stuit Sterling drug v Sturno shopping Centi open Mon. Thru sat. 8 00 . To to . Sunday 8 30 . To 6 00 open Mon. Thru sat. 8 30 . To to . Sunday 10 30 . To 8 . Drugs Cost you less at Walgreen coupons Good thru oct. 20th w he i bring us your next in prescription us you la be glad you did. O % a we Welcome charge accounts a we fill welfare prescriptions a free prescription delivery a prompt courteous service Coupon 55 in. Bag. Reg. $10.95 Ortho Lawn food Al Price with Coupon Coupon Good thru oct. 20th Sterling. Or wolds Sterling or wolds Coupon Reg. $1.98 12 of. Liquid or too tablets Wylanta t9 with Coupon Coupon Good thru oct. 20th Coupon Reg. $1.09 4 of. Size Aneurin new extra strength cough Csc syrup j7 with Coupon Coupon Good thru oct. 20th Coupon 200 count Reg. 31c a. Scotties facial tissue of 4 for with Coupon Coupon Good thru oct. 20th Coupon Reg. $2.59 3 la. Tin Sterling or Wold s Hills Bros. Coffee $2.19 Only with Coupon Coupon Good thru oct. 20th Sterling or Wold s Coupon Polaroid color cameras color Pak la color Pak Iii Reg. $29.95 Reg. $39.95 our Price $22.95 our Price $29.95 with Coupon Coupon Good thru oct. 20th

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