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   Hustisford News, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1941, Hustisford, Wisconsin                               THE THE LEADING WEEKLY N Volume XXXIII. HUSTISFORD, DODGE COUNT if, FRIDAY, JAN. 24, 1941, Hay Change The Present Method Listed among the provisions ofj the report of the special commit- tee appointed by the County Board of Supervisors to study the mi't- tsr of adjustment of salaries aid uniformity in mileage allowances and travel expenses by other elected officials, is also the study of the posibihty of abolishing tUe present method of election of Trus- tees for the County Asylum and' Kome. At the present time P. II. McGarty of Brownsville, Michaal hartzheim of Juneau and Charlas Block of Watertown comprise the Board of Trustees being elected o their positions by the Coun y Board and are mot members of the Board. The committee will the advisability of placing tl e management of such institutions under a committee from, the counly board appointed by the chairman. Farm And Home Lines The purchasing power of the Wisconsin farm dollar is now the since December, 1937. Practically all kinds of poultry are selling higher this winter than last; due to smaller marketings and increased consumer buying power. The number o? horses and mules on farms continues to decline with mo reversal of the long-time down- ward trend in s'ght for the next few years. A new type of electric brooder which operates efficiently and at low cost will be demonstrated at the 1941 Wisconsin Farm and Heine Week February 3-7. Now that imports from foreign countrieh are nearly shut off, Wis- consin makers of Swiss cheese have a better opportunity than ever to supply the market in this country. DODGE COUNTY COURT 110USU NKWS At Juneau. The annual meeting of tba Dodge County Bar Associatoin wi1! be held at the Hotel Rogers ia Beaver Dam Feb. 1st with a bai quet. The Dodge County Board met here and with two sessions com- pleted its work to adjourn until th3 next session which tOr.Jkl held in May. Estimates for 1940 show that the of the vegetables harvested for canning in Wisconsin was over 6-miJlion compared with less than 4-million dollars in 1939. Extension poultrymen explain that the proper way to. pack an egg for shipping is to place it small end down. The egg air cell is on the large end of the egg and should be in the upper end when the egg is packed. The civil action of Laura Bane) vs Mabel Banes and the Farmers' Mutual Insurance Company, ai, automobile collision case, was on for trial in county court Wednes- day but due to an abjection on the i part of one of the attorneys, action was continued with the same jury until Jan. 29. total supipliea of eood are adequate for and military needs during the conrng year. Hogs are practically the only major commodity which will be in smal- ler supply in 1941 than in 1940. Elephant on Diet Waddy, 76-year-old elephant at Franklin park zoo, Boston, is on a dltt. Her present limited menu of beets and carrots was selected be- CHUM Waddy has only two teeth left. Spiders Aid Motorists are co-operating with mo- toxists to beat the city treasury out of about a day at Omaha, Neb. Spider webs have clogged the tim- ing apparatus of downtown parking meters, allowing as much as double the customary time for a five-cent charge. Brazil First 'America' The name America was first ap- plied to central honor of Araerigo Vespucci, who claimed its discovery. It was first applied to whole known Western world by Mercator, the geographer, in 1538. Paper from Castor Plant At the Sam Houston State Teach- er i' college, HuntsviUe, Texas, news- print from castor plant pulp has been made in sufficient quantity to be used in printing the school news- paper. The paper is made from the of the castor bean plant and Is said to be ideal as a filler for book Dacer. [SIS THERE YOUR CELLAR? Yes, and in Your Attic Too! Turn Those Things You Don't Want Into Money with a Want Ad Co-operativo Marketing Co-operative farm marketing and purchasing associations are doing a gross business of an- nually. Oeptn Bomb Invention The depth bomb, terror of subma rines, was invented in 1903 by W. T Unge, of Sweden. Steel for SUUn Joseph .Stalin's real name it Jo- seph DjugashvJli. He changed it to Stalin, which means steel. Largest Amateur Museum The largest amateur museum in Jie world is the Washington, N. C., Bughouse, operated by school chil- dren. Cost of 1900 Auto When the 1900 auto chugged down the road, without top, without head- lights, without windshield or fenders or bumpers, it cost the driver 30 cents a mile to owi and operate it. An Ear tor a Guest The most charming gesture of friendship known to certain tribes of Tibet is the pi offering of one's left ear to one's guest. The visitor la then at liberty to cut it off, If he wishes. Largest Quicksand Area Diamond shoals, off Cape fiat teras, N. C., are .said to comprise the largest area of quicksand in the world. Keeps Fingers Nimble The pianist, Sergei Rachmaninoff, uses a specially designed electric muff made of wool with inner wiring that heats when the cord is attached to a baseplug to keep his hands warm while he is waiting to go on the stage. Bullet's Ineffectiveness The ineffectiveness of bullets shot into water is the result of the ab- sorption of energy by the water. The amount that lead bullet will flatten on impact with water varies with the striking velocity, the hard- ness of the lead end the angle of impact. NasI Nine Commandments The new commandments which have been substituted by the Nazi government in plaos of the Ten Com- mandments are as follows: 1. Honor the world foundation. 2. Honor thy ancestors and grandchil- dren. 8. Honor tie great of thy people. 4. Honor thy parents. 8. Keep yourself clean. 0. Be loyal to your people. 7. Do not steal. 8. Be truthful ft. Help tbi I. RepresentatiY i Will Confer Here On Student Ho For the information >f I young people who are inte rested additional educational o ipoi ties, Principal H. L, Ho igen .nounced that W. H. H. Jbesch the Extenson Division of Jnive ty of Wisconsin will be he -e in next two or three weeks to them in seleecting corresp anden study courses adapted 1 o special needs. Students interested sho ild fer with Principal Hougen or wrr to the University Extansi in Di sion, 314 Extension luilding; Madison, for information. Willing To tio Double The following applied lor mar liuge licenses at Count- Clerl Walter Oberdiek's office at this week: NEWS RAPER OF DODGE COUNTY Number 11. ubbard And Juneau Get Your Auto License By Apr. 1st Ownera of passenger cars are urged tc make early .applicaton for Eugene Mueller of Juneau, and their 19il "America's Dairyland" license plates, Hugh M. Jones, Residents In Crash Near Wanpnn Sunday Dreger north of here are .t the St. Agnes hospital at Fond dePuty u Lac where they are receiving Venicle for injuries sustained a collision between their re- pective cars which occurred at a oint on highway 26 about a mile ftouth of Waupun Sunday evening. Mueller was reported to have tained two fractured ribs while reger was being treated for skull racture. Both men were alone in he cars they were driving. Wages Of Farm Labor Are Highest JO Years Wisconsin' form wages are the highest they have been for any of the Motor Jailuary past 10 The department, advises. current labol report showfi The fi-st day of April was fixed tbflt farm emiloyment is about the by the legislature as the dead- it a year affo feut the Elden Beitz, Lomira Ellen Stage, Cumberland Clarence Wienke, Beavei Dam Bernadean Lemke, Waui un Benjamin Huebner, For >st Elna Albrecht, Lomira The Koll of The following paid th' ir scriptioii to The News week for one year or Cows or Eighteen? Twenty eight thousand farmers in Dodge county were members of line dale for obtaining licenses. After that date law enforcemen officers will be required to arrest motorists found operating oajrs without the 1941 plates. must submit their certificate of title accompanied by the fee to the Motor Vehicle department at The fee may foe sent by check, money o'der or bank draft. Cow Testing Associations last They tested dairy cows. They made as much pro- fit on ten cows as was made on eighteen average cows in the Unit- ed States. The average produc- tion in testing associations was 300 poumds of butter fat. There wasn't any guess work about it. Every month a tester came around and weighed the milk from the cow, made a butter- fat test and kept a record of the feed consumed. What was left Market Report .mil Lenma Walter Maas Sept 1940 Franklin Dehne Oct 1940 Harold Jaeke June 1941 Wm. Kinkel Feb 1942 Thanks to our patrons. Mexican Fireproof Hone The typical Mexican home vir- tually fireproof, for practic illy no wood or other inflammable n aterial goes into its construction. Agricultural Note Vetches producing from wo to three tons of dry plants per acre would add from 150 to 200 poi nds of nitrogen to the soil if turned i nder. Large College Librarj More than books ant maps are housed in the Gen >ral li- brary at the University of Mil higan. Tricky Language To be able to read an 01 iinary newspaper, a Japanese muai know approximately language char- acters Miniature Tennessee Ma n Lex Watson of Columbia, Term., raises miniature mules by ci ossing Shetland ponies and donkeys, says the American Magazine IT. 8. Soldier Training The average American oldier who fought in France in the World war had 16 months of train ng in the United States and two months overseas before entering the ine. Hunting for Hero Boy Scout E. L Montgom ;ry of Parsons, Kan., saved a mar from drowning in the Elk rive last July 4, but he forgot to get t ie fel- low's name. It took Scoutiiaster Dan Devin weeks to track hirr down so he could get him to sign .1 peti- tion recommending a med '1 for Montgomery. He said he wa i glad to know who it was that saved him because the day it happened t e was too excited to inquire. the return I farmer. Two hundred and county for labor of the liustislord Market Calf 145 Ibs. and up Ibs.............10.50 Ibs. Ibs. Ibs. 10.00 9.00 8.50 Below.................7.50 Othei Market- Eggs .16 twenty five are in the Aaaociatioca. becoming in- everV day. A new associa- I tion will need to be started soon. Live Heavy heas .15 Light hens.................17 Heavy Leghorn hens 14 i Light Leghorn hens Springs...................17 White Reck springs.........18 Barred Kick LETTER Itekoskee Mr. and Mrs. J. Lechner visited at the home of Henry Frey at Mil- waukee Sunday. Mrs. Lawrence Noll spent sever- al weeks here with the Gilbert Wild family, will stay with her father. Mr. and Mrs. Armand Zimmer- man and little daughter spent Sunday afternoon with the Milton Justman family at West Bend. Mrs. Frank Burkhardt Sr. ac- companied Mrs. Robert Voight of Cocks .09 Leghorn i.prings.............13 Anconas, black, brown Leg'ns.10 Stags.....................13 Milwaukee Livestock Market Good lights Good butchers Pigs Stags Government throwouts Cattle Steers choice to prime supply of fif.rm labor is much smaller than during- the winter of 1940. At per month and board, the January average wage rate for Wisconsin fann labor is per month above the average of a year ago. Other wage rates reported by farmers iidicate that hired laborers received an average of per month board, per day'with board and per day without without hoard. These wage rates are all above the aver- ages of a year ago and are about equal to the 1910-14 averages. A year ago the index of Wisconsin farm wages was 13 percent below the pre-war level. HUST1SFORD RANDAI.L SCHOOL NOTES LaVernj Haul, Teacher. elda Luedtke. Semester were jriven Tues- day and Wilmer Bauriann was a visitor at our school 1 uesday. The 3rd grace reading class be- gan the work, ii the 3rd. Fact and Story Reader. The first and Language classes second grade have begun a Good to choice Common to good Fed heifers Good to choice cow.s Fair to Mayville to Iron Ridge and Mon-i Cutters.............5.00__5.50 terey where they spent several days with relatives. Daylight Saving Time Daylight saving time means ad trancing the clock by one hour dur- ing the summer. First Death Sentence The first sentence of death im- posed by a federal court in the United States was passed in New Bern, N. C., in 1793, when four sailors were hanged for mutiny at Ocracoke island, N. C. Temple of Isis The Temple of Isis, on the sub- merged island of Philae near As- dam, Egypt, has been de- scribed as the most beautiful struc- ture amidst the most perfect sur- roundings. C. S. Foreign Trade America's exports of finished goods have increased fourfold since 1853, while exports of crude mate- rials have been at 71 per cent, a compilation by the New York Jour- nal of Commerce shows. At the same time imports of finished goods dropped 64 per cent, and imports of crude materials increased 4tt times. Men Surpass Women? The male of the human species Is in intelligence to the fe- male, according to Professor Wil- liam Reuter, Westminster college Psychologist. Reuter asserts, on the basis of tests, that it has been proved that woman rarely becomes successful through her own ability. Men have always beaten women in field, even in their own do- main of cooking and dressmaking, according to Reuter. He said the difference in innate intelligence be- tween the sexes may be due to the fact that the masculine brain larger. Butcher Bologna Fsncy selected vealers unit on "Conmunity Life." Il- lustrated booklets- are being made. The middle and upper grades are devoting their Language periods on Friday to oral composi- tions and telephone conversations. Art. Peters ajcompamied his son Oswald to Milwaukee Thursday where he callec on a skin spec- ialist for medicil attention. The annual Firemen's meeting was held Monday night. All of the old officers were re-elected with the exception o nozzleman. Ray Peters was give i that job. Mrs. E. Vick and daughtei in- law Mrs. Bob Vick and son Bobby the Carl in obser- were recent visitors at Falk home at Mayville Good to croice vace of the birthday anniversaiy of Miss Maxine Falk. b Mr. Smith of Milwaukee is act- Comet's Brilliancy j A comet increases in brilliancy as m the of operator and i approaches the sun and fades as agent at the depot since Mon- t departs "E'biicco Chewin'' Jim "T'baccc chewin' Jim Walton, age 87, of 13uropa, Miss., has passed another milestone with a quid in his jaw, and ie expects to reach 100. Walton took his first chew at the j age of six New Age 'Calculator' According to Collier's, anyone whose calendar age is between 10 and 45 years may now have his physiological age determined quite accurately through a mathematical formula bised on the rate of the healing of n superficial wound. day as Lawrence Campbell spent Monday and Tuesday at Waupun and went to Chit ago Wednesday to take the national guard officers' examination, he holding the com- mission of lieutenant in the medi- cal corps. American Sugir Consumption Americans corsume more than 200 million pounds of sugar each year in ice crean, ices and sher- OUR READERS ARE NOT- TRAINED SEALS IJT THEY RESPOND TO AD SUGGESTIONS BHnd Journalism Student Robert A. Rosi, 21-year-old blind youth of Altoona, Pa., is enrolled in Pennsylvania State college's jour- nalism school am! depends on Rita, his Seeing-eye dig, to guide him about the campus "Rita" still gets mixed up on so tie of the build- Ross said. China's Educational Status Destruction of scores of institu- tions of learning t as failed to weak- en the traditional Chinese belief in education. Ten thousand persons have taken entrance examinations to qualify for admission to 19 Chi- nese colleges and higher technical schools, most of which are carrying on in temporary quarters hundreds of miles from thrir pre-war cam- to   

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