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   West Bend Journal (Newspaper) - July 4, 1935, West Bend, Iowa                                Report your We are glad to get Dont leave it to someone They may forget For good advertising ser fli please get advertising copy in if 4 WEST JULY JV UMBER 22 Thatcher Reelected Director The State Brand Cream eries of Mason City held their eighth annual meeting in Ma son City June 2500 people atlended the Those who attended from West Bend were and Henry Ray Ernest Frank Emil Lester Philip Mon Chambers and and At tho close of their eighth fiscal sixty creameries in Iowa and southern Minnesota are marketing their butter through the organization who sold for their member creamer ies more than pounds of butter during the past twelve A patronage dividend of i cents per hundred pounds of butter sold by member creameries was paid back and a rebate of Si on pur chased was also paid to the member During the year the balance of the mortgage was paid and the plant now is clear of any They have one of the finest equipped plants to be found The sales have grown from pounds in 1927 to more than pounds the past Evidence that highest prices obtainable Anywhere are being paid to local creameries is that nine new creameries were added to the membership the past and not a loss of a single member cfeameiy throughout the past year re flects satisfied The Mason City plant is under the very able management of Thatcher of West Bend was elected to serve on the board of directors for a threeyear He was also elected by the board to act as vicepresident of the organiza There are five members of the board of Al the meeting two directors were elected and Thatcher was one of the A good program was arrang ed by the committee in The cream scoring open to individual contestants and teams from patron cream occupied Ihe Good prizes were given to the The West Bend team did not figure in the The Cerro Gordo County Farm Bureau Orchestra played during the lunch hour at The program for the after noon consisted of various mus ical numbers and interesting talks by editor of Hoards Atkin George as sistant to the president of Iowa State Ames M head of the Dairy Industry Iowa State Col lege and Rudnick of the Dairy Extension Service of Iowa State WBJ Bus Drivers for the Coming School Year At a meeting of the school board Monday the following were the successful bidders for school bus routes for the coming year Louie Henry Herman George F Omer H Art We wish to call our readers attention to the annual state ment of the school district pub lished in this issue and also to the budget estimate for the coming WBJ Mr and Anderson and home Martin Csukker of West Bend and Miss Madaline Greelis of Waterloo were imu ed in marriage at Marys Catholic last Thursday morning at 9 Theodosius Plassmey er read the single ring Howard Girsch of WHO rad io Des a friend of the sang I Love You Truly and Ave Maria with violin and organ accompani Miss Virginia sister of the was maid of honor and Misses Ruth Wat and Aloysia Cale Phii ip was best The bride wove a long white taffeta gown and her full length veil was held in place with orange She carried an arm bouquet of pale pink roses tied with Miss Greelis was dressed in pink or gandie and carried an arm bouquet of roses and carna The bridesmaids wor frocks of pale blue and pale green taffeta and their flowers were arm bouquets of pink and white roses and also lied with A breakfast was served to thirtysix relatives and friends at Blacks tea The hap py couple a wedding trip to Minnesota Out of town guests were and John Cunningham and Miss Coletta and and Paul Robinson of West Bend and Carl of Des Moines and John Miss Catherine Hayes and Edward all of Buck These guests spent the balance of the day at the Greelis home in The bride is a daughter of and John 320 Cutler Before coming to West Bend several years ago to teach home econ omics in our public she taught at She taught here about four years and then accepting a like po sition in the school at Liver During the past she taught at She is a young lady of many accom plishments and with her train ing and experience she will make a splendid helpmate for the man of her The people of this community are pleased to know that she is to make her home The groom is a son of Elizabeth formerly of near West but who is now living at He has been farming in this vicinity for a number of years and is well Their many friends join with the Journal in wishing them a long and happy married WBJ Cubs Gilmore City Next Sunday The West Bend Cubs have scheduled a game with the fast Gilmore City team to be played on the diamond four miles east of West Bend next game to start at oclock The Gilmore City team has made a fine record so far this season and have played teams of better than average The Cubs have a new They will have Shriner and Banwart as their battery next Come out and watch a good WBJ Made Splendid Showing at Count Day The local 411 Club attended County Rally Day at Emmets burg on June We were 100 in uniform and were graded excellent in music mem ory Betty West was elected county historian for the coming The Bohem ian Girl opera was presented in the Bernadiue as was one of the leading Wesc Bend was represented in the chorus by Ruth Betty Geraldine Henely and Audrey Other members of the club took part in the Turn Around Me Do You Remember The past winter the late T Williams came into the Journal office and handed us an article to We asked him if we could keep the article and publish it just before July 4th and he let us have We pub lish it It will recall many interesting things to those who lived here in those and in reading it over we could not help but note what a span of twentyeight years makes in the changes of the personnel of a Proposed Official Program July 1907 Grand sunrise salute by Con Seamens Jack and assisted by Al Falbs Parade at 10 oclock by Woodmen and other wooden Reading of Declaration of Independence by Alex Oration of the day by Song and I Wish I Was Single Tim R Short How 1 Put Down the by S assisted by Dan Kelly and Uncle Billy Who Whipped the Spaniards Shellmyer and Boxing 3 be tween Mayor Martin and Cloy Exhibition of sponge juggl ing by Edgar Living skeleton parade led by Sim High dive from band stand by Dan Public bride want address John I Am Not As Old As I by Slack wire Billy Wilson on his own Vocal Give Me Back My Heart with phono graph by John Address to young on Postoffice Inspection by 3rd assistant postmaster Jordan How to Raise by Harry Vote for Oh Vote for Me by Kulp and Welt At this point in the program the town council will meet and change its remit taxes and discuss the cement ques tion with George An Open Confes or the Inside Story of How I Got My Appointment and How I Expect to Hold My by Municipal or Why I Ran for by Buck and wing dance by Mikes Wont You Come to Me by Jim Wil How the Wood men Initiated by Jim Mc Bullhead skinning contest between U Joseph Schreiber and Doc Grand display of fire works in Gus White will fire the whole WBJ Donald Kucker Injured Haying is occupying many farmers time these Sev eral days of late were very wet and poor haying but Tuesday and Wednesday were plenty At the Kuck er the boys were putting hay in the barn and the track came Freddie climbed up to fix using a 3pound Donald was assisting him and the hammer slipped out of Freddies hands and hit Donald on the cutting quite a The doctor put some clamps on the wound at this he is recovering in fine WBf Six cars of hogs was West Bends consignment to the mar ket the past REPORT OF COUNTY LEGION AUXILIARY MEETING The Auxiliary of Harry An deregg Post of the American Legion was hostess to the County Auxiliary Friday after neon at the Legion Mesdames Fred local and Ray local conducted the registration county pres Clarissa Swanson of county Stafford of coun ty and Peter Schumacher of and acting occupied tho which was beautifully decorated with jars of pink shasta core opsis and baskets of blue bach elor Dor weiler and Montag were in charge of decorations assisted by Helnike and Montag had charge of the The convention planning committee consisted of Mes dames Montag and The hostess committee num bered Mesdames Mike Clem Jake Schmidt and Community singing preced ed the formal sergeant of advanced the Hu aids were Betty and Doris interesting reports were given by the Post Harry Helmkes report was well given and rated the local Post high in comparison with others throughout the Welfare work ranked high in all Posts during the past three All poppy proceeds kept by each Post is spent for welfare work in the local com munities and for hospitals of The program was as follows Piano Jolly Morning Prayer by Ruin Lockwood and Betty Lou Walk A report of the Carroll con vention by Ray This 25minute talk was thb high light of the convention and Haugen received a very big The GoGetters 4H Club two Stars of Summers 4H Field Both groups of musi cal numbers were enjoyed by Seventysix covers were laid n the Legion Eacu juest drew a The tables were named in Guggen Thus the delc ales were mixed up and had a ihance to become better ac quainted with their fellow county The tabled were decorated in tiny pink ose West declined the nom ination for county president for next After a half hour of the delegates left for their Following the a special meeting of the local Auxiliary was held and Harry in behalf of the gave a short speech of appreciation of Wests untiring efforts for the ounty and local Auxiliary jroups and presented West with a lovely leather case in which to carry her many and sundry papers connected with her West is the first president of the county Auxiliary from West Bend in eleven years so the Post is duly of her The two courses of refresh ments were served by the Go jGetters 4H girls dressed in heir clever blue Underkoffler of Britt was to have been honor guest but became ill just the day be fore the Council Proceedings July Council in regular ses sion in town Members present Mayor Mantz Cpuncilmen Mikes Jeu Minutes of last meeting and treasurers report were read and Cigarette permits were grant ed to Vohs k Louie Roy Elmer IIan sehnan Class B beer were grunted to Roy Elmer Hanselman Louie Moved and seconded that we make the estimate on budgie the same as it was in the year 1034 and set the date for hear ing on same July 24 from 8 to 9 and same to be published in the West Bend Journal July Motion Moved and seconded that light superintendent of the Municipal Light Plant of West and be the legai representatives of the city of West in all matters pertaining to securing a fran chise for building a rural trans mission Motion The following bills were read and approved postmaster MidWest Continental Oil lubrication oil County old age pension Roman Ross salary Line Material sup plies County old age pension Frank Irene typing or dinance supplies Russel Terry Durin supplies ooktite Ring sup plies Duncan Electric meters Neptune Meter meter garage rent for lire insur ance for Howard General Electric Supply Judge Faville Will Speak Judge Fredrick Faville of Sioux former chief justice of the Iowa supreme has accepted the invitation of the Palo Alto County Temperance Council to be the guest speaker at a countywide rally to be held in Soper Park in Emmets burg on July Those who care to do are invited to assemble for picnic dinner at The speaking program will follow the Each family will bring its own picnic Judge Faville is a forceful speaker and has made a flue reputation for his clear cut pre sentation of the need of contin ued effort on the part of tem perance Those who have heard him speak are unanimous in urging others to be present for this Officers for the coming year will be elected at this At a recent meeting of the exe cutive committee of the the following persons were se lected as temporary officers chairman vicechair man Miss Florence WBJ Two Arc Accused of Stealing Cattle Orville Webb of a truck and George Cart er were taken into custody by Sheriff Montgomery charged with the theft of Cartel was arrested Wednesday and Webb The sheriff se cured a statement from each of them to the effect that they had stolen 21 head pf cattle since the first of May and had truck ed them to Mason Sioux City and Some were sold ujder assumed The cattle were pastured on the Frieden farm near John Meyers lost 10 Ross 6 Frank 4 Justin 2 Ray Carter is well known in this vicinity and has always had a very good repu Notes met at the home of Bell on July Rich ards of Ottosen gave a very in teresting talk on Home Train ing and Entertainment for Chii Welcome guests were Kongs Tinsley of Miss Miss Schutter and Richards of A dainty lunch was served by the iostess assisted by Lockwood and Miss SchuU WBJ Motion to WBJ Miss Hilda Baas of near West Bend became the bride of Clair son of and Blossom of at a ceremony performed on June 8 in the Lutheran church at El The Otto Kitznianu performed the cere Following the ceremony a dinner was served by who is a cousin of the The couple spent the weekend at Clear They will be at home in Algona where the bridegroom is em ployed by the state highway WBJ Book Club Notes Book Club will meet witu McFarland on July McFarland will give the major work and Olson the minor Next Band Concert July 17 We have been requested to announce that the next band concert will be held Wednes day July Raymond Broin Chosen Super intendent at Graettinger Raymond Brom of was selected as superin endenl of the Graettinger chools at the meeting of the board held Monday Brom is at the present time superintendent of the schools at His home is at He is a single This is the second selec tion made by the Leon Smaage of who was hired a few weeks was not released by the members of the Palmer board of Brom is an experienced school WBJ Peace Lutheran Church Divine services will be held in the German language next Sunday at The English evening ser vices on the first Sunday of the month will be dropped during the months of July and Sunday school will begin promptly after the German ser vice on Sunday The church board will meet next Thursday evening at the A meeting of the voting mem bers of the church will take place in the church immediat ely after the July The Young Peoples society will meet next Thursday even ing at 8 oclock in the church Substitute   

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