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Hustisford News, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1941, Hustisford, Wisconsin JKf THE HUSTISFORD NEWS. THE LEADING WEEKLY NEWSPAPER OF DODGE Volume XXXIV. HCJSTISFORD, DODGE COUNTY, WISCONSIN, FRIDAY, NOV. 21, 1941. Number 1. Find Driver Oi Auto Which Hit Map Hear LeRoy Sheriff Hammer announced that the driver of the car which ap- parently had struck Henry Sterr of LeRoy Wednesday afternoon had been located but that he had told them he thought it was a sack of grain on the highway. Vilas Adelmejyer, farmer living near LeRoy, admitted that he had run over something while on his way home Wednesday evening but said he thought it was a sack of and did not realize it was a human being. Watch For Traffic When Leaving Garb The driver pulling into a traffic lane from a curb parking space is Irregularities Charged In Audit Report J Dodge County Board of Supervisors today was lis- ten ng to a report of the audit of county finances covering a period of several years back. Some ir- regularities were disclosed in. this moining period. A continuation of the report of the findings of the auditors was scheduled for this afternoon. The total of all irregu- larities noted by the report of the auditor was During the morning, J. J. Kel her, chief auditor for the in Tax Commission, .submitted evidence of excesses in county fund expenditures totalling- approxi- mataly Farm And Home Lines serve better than as a reliable yard- responsible for his own safety, the state motor vehicle department warns. Oncoming traffic has the right of way. When leaving a parking with blue stamps under Ciop yields anything else stick to measure farm land values, ecoromists are finding. MOVIE STAR JOINS U.i NAVY Calamus Fanner Loses Right Arm In Corn Picker Nelson Mason, Town Calamus farmer, is at ;he Lutheran Dea- coness hospital at Beaver Dam he is being treated for a sevetred right arm, sustained in an accident Friday. The accident occurred while Mr. Mason was operating a corn pick- ing machine in a field more than a half-mile from his home. He was alone in the field at the time and when he was unable to remove the arm from the machine he managed to iever the remaining tissue, tied and the stump with pieces of the slashed jacket and then ran and walked to his home. He was then placed in an automobile iimd rushed to the hospital. Ensign Wayne Hbrris Seekt Wlnpt PC rk and butter have been added to t'ie list of foods which may be space, look to the rear to see if any car is approaching, look ahead to see that the way is clear and as .a fuither precautionary measure hold out the hand as a signal. the food stamp plan during- No- vem ner. Fatm families which produce all the jork they use have found the least expensive way to provide an DODGE COUNTY rOUKT HOUSE NEWS At Juneau. adequate supply of this theii tables. food for Wayne Morris, recent star 01 U Wanted became a member >f Uncle Sam's Navy in May, 19U, when he was appointed to the rai 3t of Ensign. When asked what he thought rf the United States Navy, Morris eta i, "I think every man who is Sng joining a military service shou d look into the 'chance of a lifetime j' which theNavyandNavalRwervee f er to getinto the big-pay field of tl e In the Navy yc a can attend the finest flight g echools in the world, and receive i f L cnfromNavypilotswhointro- duced dive bombing, aircraft camera and catapult take-ofis to the rest of the world. Also, there are opportuni- ties in Naval Aviation for men who don't want to fly. They can be trained as aviation machinists, metalsmiths, photographers, observers, or they can receive instruction in many other trades. It'a a great life in the Navy." Ensign Wayne Morris is pictured nere in his line of duty as a member of the Naval Aviation Cadet Selec- tion Board at the Long Beach Naval Reserve Air Judge Gehl ia presiding in the tiial of State va. Charles Adams, former Vilas county treasurer, >at Eagle River. Wisconsin continues to be by far the largest producer of cheese yowdftawta even though other states are also increasing their out-put of these products. i y far and Window In Cow's Test On Feed Members were advised that the annual diraaer to be held for the board members, at the Apple maggots ago whica a decade It cow with a window in he- Market Report were the most serious pro- stomach is aiding scientists at th of western Wisconsin of or- University of Wisconsin College of charuists have been broajfLt under Agriculture study the- psylum was scheduled day at the noon hour. for Thurs- contiol by methods deV1Sed by en- under which certain low-cogt sut- tomologifltt" at the University Wisconsin. Auditors making the check of all offices and departments of the county who have been engaged in half Of stitutes may be used in ration for cattle. After feeding time, Re< 01 ds show that the cash from digesting matehial are marketing a hog is only enpugh to for protei i Ilustisford Market Calf 5 Ibs. and up 145 Ibs.............10.50 Ibs.............10.00 Ibs............. 9.00 Ibs.............8.50 Below..................7. Otliri ai.uket 135 125-135 115 123 Willing To The Go Double following applied for mar- UHIJO licenses sit County Clerk Walter Obordiol 's office at Juneau tin's wou'k: Thomas Godsil, Water town Margaret Grcgan, Burlington, Iowa Sylvester Westfcrd Ella Calamus Raymond Haacht, Portland Dorothy Weis.ioff, Portland Hugo Hess, Eeaver Dam Arlene Ullrich, Beaver Dam Orville Backhius, Burnett Dorothy Kranz, Portland Christnas Seals Christmas seals heralding the opening of the 34th annual cam- _g7 paign against tuberculosis in Wis- Pouttry__ consin will go into the mail in samples o bens .................j.8 every community in. the state Mon- jjgjjg .....13 day, it was announced by Loraine Wisconsin's Drop Kept For NOT. Published Now An unusual Late full crop situa- tion in Wisconsin hai been the re- sult of an extremel) wet October which was warmer than usual. Late pastures have been better than reported at the beginning of November of most j ears but field work has been delayed on most farms. The wet weai.her has made harvesting of late fficers when he siphoned gas from, a tank in the garage at the Harold Stegner farm on highway 33 west of Triangle Tnn Corners. In nis confassion to the sheriff, he admitted a number of other thefts in the vicinity of Juneau and Beaver D: m. and Friday for Thanksgiving. chicks and the devekpment Oi the intramuramural toucl ,of football all-star team selected re ____ ed in the lights of the keeper's Young .15 h.OU8e and with the beacon Dressed i lighting the waj for the unceasing1 I Fancy torn turkeys 10-1 Ite. on tubercl losia- j Young hem. turkeys 8 Ibs. up .29, .Ducks.....................17 HUSTISFORD HOSPITAL NOTES The High School won its first crooled breast bones aad inferior cently at the River Falls State basketball game of the season ege production in laying hens. Teachers College, Donald Qua] L. Obituary i: when the team defeated Oakfleld ________ sophomore from Iron Ridge By hatching only from eggs pro- was selected as guard. Qualmam iduced by hens that have come played guard for the Skippers, th> full laying champions of the six team league With his brilliant blocking an bn tig a few cents as a dona- endu -ance to lay at a high rate ability to get through the line tirn for this fund. The serious death losses, say "Cap" Qualmanji was a major fac gave generously. The total for poultrymen at the ih- grades was and for high school including grades 7 and 8 was Iron Ridge University of tor in the five consecutive wins o the Skipper team. The scored 20 touchdowns to their op If you like the characteristic'ponants 2 and showed the fin< flavoi of brick the'spirit and co-operation that i eredL to little microorganisms on good team needs, the surface. They're responsible I Mr. and Mrjs. Emil Luebke were for t le taste although not for the' surprised Thursday even- other changes which take place, honor of their 40th wed- whan brick cheese ripens, report scien iste at the University of Wis- greatly ing in ding anniversary. The Hull of Honor Mrs. Harry Justman and daugh- ter Violet spent Thursday at Fond du Lac with August Hildebrandt who is a patient at .the St. Agne's Rev. and Mrs. F. Jarling attend- rd the funeral services for the Rich Siegler at St. Mark's church at- WatertMm on Sunday afternoon. oonsii dairy plant. OMgnuknal Becoi- Thi coct of printing tint Congres- Record estimated at proxmately a Wlae From Grapes About M per of the world prod ictiem of grapes f oen into wina prediction. In this country only about M per cent of the grape har- vest ia used for Hill purpose. I !i T i woek limiiifr paid their lo Tlio News the for one yeitr or more- Ijiermann Jan 1941 Dehnar Schlegel Nov 1942 to our patrons.. sub pasl Prevents Rattling Inexpensive hard rubber pegs or folded cardboard shoved batween window casings often prevents rat- tltag. Geese.......................16 .Capon.....................26 Slips......................18 Milwaukee Livestock Market Ed. Dehne of Fond du Lac, I 'formerly of hers, died Thuisday I Good lights at the age of 76 years. In 1888 he Good to choice ___ was united in marriage to Miss Good butchers......10.25__10.45 Louise Becker. They resided here Good light lights ___ for 12 years anc at Fond du Lac 11'ms, .............6.00__7.00 20 While here Mr. Boars Dehne was -engaged as real estate 8.00__9.50 dealer and in the insurara.ee busi-j Cattle__ 'ness. He is survived by his wife, 7 Steers choice to prime Daisy Marks of Good to choice......7.75__8.00 Chicago, Mrs.. Leola MacDonaldof t Common to good 8.50__11.25 California, Mrs. Myrtle Eaton of Good to choice cows 7.25__7.75 Fond du Lac, N'rs. Estella Bock Fair to good New Jersey, Mrs. Cora Last, Guttew 5.75__6.25 Howard and Lesler Dehne of Fond Gartners 9 grardchildren and 4 Butcher great-grandchildi en; two brothera Choice bologna bulls Dehne of Neosho and Gustav Dehne of Washington state; Fancy-selected vealers 11.50__12.00 three Emma Anton Bulk of Randolph, Mrs. Minnie Post of Good to choice......9.00__10.00 Milwaukee and Mrs. Josephine _______ Pommereng of Ctihkosh. Funeral services were he d Monday after- noon at the Methodist church at Fond du Lac, Law officiat- ing. Burial was made in the Hus- November 18, 1941. Major Miss Joyce Blattler of Hartfo-d, Mrs. Fred Kottke of Waupun. Minor Robert Neipert of Heenville. Births- Mrs. Harold Darey, daughter, Nov. 13, of Yuba. Mrs. A- Mallow, taughter, Nov. 14, of Ashippui. Mrs. Clarence Millett, son, Nov. 16, of Oconomowoc. Books Banned by Hitler In Yorkshire, a section of New York, there is a bookstore that ia books banned by tigfrod cemetery. Hunting Licet ses More than hunting bV censes were taken out in IWt. Lincoln Papers Papers relating to the dtath of Abraham Lincoln are ii the Library of congress, Washington, D. C. They were bequeathed to the na- tion about IB jrtars eg) by Robert Todd Lincoln with the request that they be kept secret untl IMt. Calyx Bprar Ona of the most irojwrtant eoa- trol measures for coddling moth Ifl the calyx spray, which la appUetf to ths trees when 85 to M per cent of the petals have dropped. Tals timing is to prevent imliscrirainate poisoning of honeybees, which are of much benefit to the orchardists in tha pollination of the fruit bloom. In carrying on pollination work, there should be placet for every acre, a strong colony of bees, or space each colony at JOt-yard inter- L. Parker, Kusaa Mate oollegt tttomotofM, KS'
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