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Buffalo Center Tribune (Newspaper) - September 10, 1953, Buffalo Center, Iowa Cottar BUFFALO IOWA 1953 NUMBER 18 1775 Lunches Served First Week of School Robert Aukes Released From Marine Corp Buffalo Centers School Lunch one of the states most Ia seems to be off to other great as we are 5 that a total of one en hundred and seventy five unches were served during the ur days of the first school Five good headed by La Olson comprise the culinary Others assisting her are Mat Burma and Ben With a lineup of chefs like the students are of delicious and nutri Samples of what is served daily may be gained from check I ing over the menu and we found that for this week the following delectable lunches were sched uled Monday Creamed chipped beef over whipped but tered green buttered tea biscuits and Tuesday Spanish rice with cabbage but tered cracked wheat bread and cheese fruit Wednesday Barbecued ham baked buttered and apple Thursday Beef and sunshine bread with fresh tomatoes and mashed po with egg sal ad sandwiches and fresh Of plenty of good Buf falo Center milk is served pure and cold with each The menu is subject to change due to emergencies but when we read of good and healthful lunches like these served at a cost of each to the lower grade pupils and to the higher we realize what a wonderful thing this hot lunch program can Membership In Legion Passes The 100 Mark County Corn Yield An Acre In 52 Robert Aukes Robert Aukes returned September after being dis charged at Washing ton on August Robert has completed two years of service with the United States Marines of which 13 months was overseas and a full year in He returned to the States in Feb and since then has been serving at the Naval Yard in Following his Aukes and he came here by way of San Los San Boulder Dam and other points of At they visited with hisr brother and at got acquainted with the new arrival via the stork route which had so recently arrived at the home of and Erwin Nearly 30 veterans of World War I and and of met at The American Legion Post room Thursday evening for the regular Commander James Murray op ened the meeting with the read ing of the minutes of the last meeting by Adjutant Membership was announced at the 100 member Intro were Robert Korean Clarence Garst a new and Fosness and Harry Beulke of the school both of whom are Post Finance officer Winter an cash on hand as with all current bills District conference announced to be held at Fort 10th and arrangements made for a carload from here to It was planned to take the Post Colors for the parade at 5 Alex a member from Harold Knabel New Supervisor 1555 Breaks Thumbs Driving Post while driving steel posts on the crib site last week had the misfortune to catch his hands between the heavy post hammer and the top M a As a result both thumbs were broken and were Placed in Wed say its unhandy for to do much with his hands in that Killed When Cor Off Rood John Slaba received Wednesday evening ig th killed sister Lake ner was 1 a car Her Plew and City to Attend the a state of Washington accident was thrown clear of the is killed flew to Salt Lake her sister and to that was held r Society Guest Saturday are ladies of the community invited to attend planned by it ii Society and to be on Satur September Weaver of Forest review Father James discussed the World and a reading 500 See Plowing Demonstration Probably 500 farmers and er interested observers turned out during the daylong plowing exhibition held on the Russell Fisher farm just west of town on September Sponsored by the Jordal Farm the Allis Chalmers and Massey Harris plows and tractors but sev eral other standard makes also good plowing deep and clean into the hard dry ground of the red clover Trap Shoot Attracts Many Nimrods A nice crowd of local sharp shooters attended the trap shoot sponsored by Becker at the ball park Sunday Cig and hams were given as prizes and several nice sets were Some of the winners in cluded such nimrods as Pete Don Merlyn Arnold John Ernie Harris Fei dick and a fellow named Peter son from We understand that there will be another shoot at the same same same condi next Beth Sartor to Appear On TV Miss Mary Beth daugh ter of and Sartor of Mason City will appear on TV at 11 next Sat September She will do a novelty western tap with song and She will be on what is known as the Toby Alden was welcomed back and he spoke briefly about his ex at the Vets Plans for holding trap shoots during the fall were George Carman and Roy Morgan named to handle same with Ray Murray to secure at least ten helpers to assist at the Stanley Johnson volunteered as chef for the October Commander announced that Legionnaires will police this years high school home football and same group as served last year were Mayor Carman spoke of the coming city election which will be held in and urged all Legionnaires to take an active interest in civic affairs and to attend the caucus meeting on Thursday 24 at The average corn yield in 1952 in Winnebago county was bushel per acre according to a report of the Assessors Annual Farm acres were harvested for a total production of The oat yield on acres averaged totaling acres of soybeans averaged 23 bushel tot aling A report showed that people were living on acres were own ed by the operator and acres were rented by the opera Farmers used tons of commercial fertilizer and tons of In livestock the census indicated dairy beef grain fed cattle sows were farrowed in the spring and in the hens and pullets were kept for 751 lambs were Farm machinery inventory in cluded 602 com 857 corn pickers and 89 which time it is hoped that two tickets will be made for the com ing The name of Melvin Leibrand was drawn for the door but as he was not present the money is carried over and the October drawing will be for The current drive for 1954 membership is closely approach ing the quota set for this Post as we are now past the 100 Recent include Homer Clarence Richard Stanley Al Kesseler of Leonard John Allen John Gene Ted Resigns Position At Post Office Russell Peterson who has serv ed as assistant postmaster to Anton Rank since has effective August Due to ill Russell has been on leave for some While serving with the Di vision in World War II he was severly wounded near Faid A long seige in Army hospitals followed before he was well enough to resume his office duties with Prior to his war service he had worked in the local office for five years under the late Eiel and was well liked for his unfailing courtesy and prompt attention to Elwyn son of and Everet a grad of Buffalo Center high and also a World War II who has been employed for the past months at the Swea has been transferred here to assist duties officially on and will move to Buffalo Center as soon as he living Hospital Notes Harold Knable was hired as supervisor of the Winnebago Dairy Herd Improvement Asso at a meeting of the dir ectors on He start ed work September Clarence who had been resigned to attend Knabel has had a number of years experience as a tester including four years here in Winnebago testing will be expanded by the it was decided by the Under the meth od the production testing will be done as under the official testing except that the farmers will take their own milk samples and weigh the milk for the day test each With the official testing the supervisor is limited to one herd per By adding the owner sampler program the supervisor can handle one of two herds each day in addition to the regular He will leave the sample bot tles with the farmer one day and pick up the samples the next The samples are tested for butterfat and the supervisor then completes a record sheet for each The owner sample will cost the farmer about onehalf of the regular test It will give him the same production records but it is not an official Records of production for every cow in a farmers herd are essential to a herd improvement states Norbert County Extension Cull feeding and breeding are the three fundamental practices in herd Production records take the guess work out of herd The average production of the cows in the Winnebago Dairy Herd Improvement Association for 1952 was pounds of milk and pounds of The average production of all dairy cows in Iowa is just over 200 pounds of A letter Is being sent out to all farmers in Winnebago County from the Extension office ex plaining the pro Freak Fire at David Grimes A but not a fake fire called the rural fire en gine and crew to the David Grimes farm two miles west and Va mile south of town shortly af ter noon In some strange manner the pneumatic tire on a trailer which had been setting in the yard all was ignited and Out side of this no damage was and the services of the firemen and their equipment was not Lange Guest Speaker at Baptist Sylvan a former resident of this will be the at the First Baptist church during both the Morning Service at and the Evening Gospel hour at 8 Accompanying him will be a Lange at present is re siding with his wife and family at where he is the of the First Baptist church 537 Enrolled In Buffalo Center School Irving Larson informs us enrollment in the Buffalo Center school this term is 340 pupils are enrolled in the first eight grades and 197 are at tending high These are divided as follows 56 1st 48 2nd 40 3rd 4th 5th Grade 33 6th 7th 8th 9th 46 10th 44 12th Rank as a substitute Elwyn will assume his Clocks Kramers Prin Library Hours The library hours at the city library will be observed on Wed from 3 to 5 in the after and will not be open 01 Wednesday On Saturday the hours wUl be from to and in the even ings from 7 to 2 Art 3 Lester Drake Fred Harms admitted for dismissed 4 Torkelson and Lawrence Owen Arthur Larson David Grimes dismissed 5 Marvin Lehman and Audrey Miss Lena Asmus dismissed Edward of Thomp son dismissed 6 Miss Carol Winter of Lakota dismissed Elmer Haagensen of Thomp son otto Pingel of Ledyard Brown admitted and dis and John Rike of Titonka are parents of a Steven 6 9 Himka Krull Kathy Elwood of Thompson and Hertzke are parents of a 8 pounds and 6 Fred Ploeger admitted for Business Mens Club to Meet 14 The Business Mens Club will meet at the City Hall for supper and regular meeting Monday 14th at Frank and Ray Murray and Earl Ostrander are on the program A return card will enclosed to indicate interest the be in Improving Fractures Hip Himka while working in her kitchen early Monday tripped over a piece of linoleum and fract uring a A Fred had phoned her and receiving no reply to her asked Mike Hip pen a close neighbor to investi Hippen found Krull lying on the kitchen floor where she had perhaps some 15 minutes She was taken to the hospital at once in the George Winter and at this writing is resting comfortably Judging Team 12th at State Fair The livestock judging team from Winnebago county placed 12th at the State Fair contest September Teams from about 85 counties were On the team were Richard and Stanley Hanna and Michael Thome of Forest City and Mayn ard Moe of Lake Paul Moe made the The contest included eight three classes of beef beef dairy dairy heifers and market Written reasons were given two classes and oral reasons two on on Get you fall paint needs now at John Jerry Relatives here received a mes sage Wednesday from Cecil Kuchenreuther stating that his wife who is a patient in a Bost Massachusetts hospital is While on a trip east with her Kuchen reuther was stricken with She is now out of isolation and thought she would be released from the hospital this Amos Becker and Henry of were Sun day afternoon visitors in the home of Beckers and Jake Lions to Scotch Tope Cars on DeVries Sales Held Several Sales The DeVries Sales Company had the selling recently of sev eral advertised properties which attracted considerable On August the Kayser Independent school house was sold to John Wubben for the sum of and on August Paul Klipping paid for the Lincoln School 5 near In each case other small school items were August the advertised property of the Iver at Neils was sold to a bidder for a total of This consisted of a story and a half modern one grain elevator and five er buildings suitable for grain A Plymouth a Ford some drain tile and other articles were sold separate On the Im manuel Lutheran church build a frame structure located 1 mile west and 9 miles south of Buffalo will also be sold at public Returns From Artillery Training Boyd prominent hi both The American Legion and a district officer of the re turned Sunday from a two weeks training course for the or reserve held at Camp Boyd is still rated as a Sergeant with the Reserve Division and his course consisted of active work with the Field Artillery using 155 On August he took the day off to run down to where he visited and Knut Herem and He reports them well and Knut busy in the prim ing office Boyd says he greatly enjoyed the training period and the course of instruction in new ar tillery VFW Auxiliary to Have Coffee Party The members of the Auxiliary met at the Post rooms Monday 7 with 15 members Evelyn An kenys name was drawn for the MOVES INTO NEW HOME Mr and Albert Doden and family moved into their beauti home which Doden recently It is located along Highway 9 on the eart edge of and certainly adds to the of our Polaroid Tribune Photo Tom Wilson and Larry members of the Buffalo Cen ter Lions Club are shown applying Scotch Lite Reflector Tape to a Light shinning on this reflector tape makes the tape loom up like a Members of the Lions Club will start a program Saturday September to Scotch Tape all cars possible with his reflector Cost of this taping will be one dollar per rear bumper Later they will tape all bicycles free with Scotch Lite Reflector Youth For Christ At Ramsey Church The meeting of the Quin City Youth for organization will be held at the Ramsey Re formed church next Monday eve September 14 at 8 grower of Algona will be the Music will be provided by local Roskamp is the pastor of the door were Committee reports District reports were read and voted on as nec A membership commit tee was appointed to contact all members for 1954 any person eligible to join the VFW Auxiliary as our quota should oe reached by The Auxiliary will hold a morning coffee at the Post Cars will be sent out for people desiring a Jessie Matson and Mae Peter son served 88 Years Old Clarence Bond entertain ed several ladies on Monday af to help Ben Hook observe her Those enjoying the courtesy were John Huber and Dick Organization Tea The Grant Township Farm Bureau women will have their annual Organization Tea at the Siebo Hillenga home on beginning at two All women of the town ship are invited to Miss Marilyn Miller attended the Stephens College dinner for Iowa alumni and students of the college on Friday in Des in Younkers Tea Marilyn is the retiring president of the
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