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   Hustisford News, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1942, Hustisford, Wisconsin                               THE EWS THE LEADING WEEKLY NEWSPAPER OF DODGE COUNTY Volume XXXIV. HUSTISFORD, DODGE COUNTY, TV ISPONSIN. FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1942. Number 36. Permit Is Required For Moving Bees (fr Used Supplies No person shall sell, barter, offer for sale or barter, move, Ask Trailer Owners To Drive With Care ____________ The occurrence of several serious auto trailer accidents during the ea -ly summer months has caused thj safety division of the state offer UK department to issue a -general warning to all personc deliver, ship, or for sh pment any apiary, bees, used beekeeping ap.j hauling trailers on W-sconsm high- a permit fromiwtys- County Treasurer Collapses While Fishing On Lab Allen Henke, Dodge court treasurer, suffered what is bel i ed to have been a heart att i at Fox Lake Mon I lt. out that idents M_ Henke had While fishing with a neigh jor comb, or pliancts without the inspector of apiaries; or in lieu __ _ thereof, if shaped or transported lir trajlers of a, usual luck when all of a sudden from without the state, a certifi-1severue nature because of clutched his side, made a remir 'cate duly issued by an official state I and momentum of the about his heart inspector showing that said apiary, bees, comb, or appliances have been inspected and found not in- fected with any communicable disease of bees. Such permit, or a copy of such certificate, shall be affixed to the outaide of every package, box, crate, or bundle containing beets, comb, or used beekeeping appliances; The in- speetoi may refuse such permit whenever such refusal is neces- sary, in his judgment, to prevent the dissemination of any communi- cable disease of bees, or until after he finds by inspection that the said apiary, bees, comb or appliances are not infected with any such disease. Applications for such per- mits shall be made before the first of June of each year. it be shown to the satisfaction of the entomologist of the department that it was impracticable to- make application for such a permit prior to such date, the entomologist of the department may charge the ap- plicant the traveling expenses of the inspector and may refuse such tti iler. Farm And Home Lines Wisconsin dairy plants 1941 total output was the largest on record. r1histles in some Wisconsin bar- ley and oats fields this year are be- in; turned into silage. Cheese and crackers, with fresh fruit instead of cake rJid cookies is a i ood wartime dessert for Wis- coiisin. toppled ovei the boat. The neighbor rowed to shore quickly as possible, and obtai u help in rushing- Mr. Henke to Joseph's hospital at Beaver Dan. Obituary [Ghristensen Urges Farmers To Have Own Organizations "Farmers can only be served by organizations made up of farm people, led foy farm leaders, financ- ed entirely by farmers and run in the interests of men and on the farm who realize :Jhat they are served only when' iety as a whole is served.'" That was the message of Chris Christensen, dean of the Uni- ity of Wisconsin College of iculture, to farm leadens from ,2 midwestern states assembled re- .tly. Organization is vital for rural American to make its point of view Jffective, the national education ier said. Keep 'Old Glory' Flying! ill Williii; Tln  Canned fruits will keep when up with .no sugar at all but aids flabor, texture and color of the canned fiuit. Weeds have a priority on sodium chlorate and normal amounts are avt liable for weed control work on Wisconsin farms this summer. Horses nu-nber. continue to decline in Wisconsin farms have ihprses and mules a total of heed, compared with a year ago. The largest cattle breeding ring in the state with hetidquarters at Shawano serves 950 djairymen, em- ploys 11 veterinarian, uses 30 bu Is and includes dairy in eight The Building Committee of the While production of cheeSe and ooi densed and powdered milk pro- showed marked increase, l i las year's creamery butter pro- 'durttion was the sraa lest in Dodge County Board meeting 1935' a recent report recently voted the sum of 365 to finance the work of trimming all the shade trees in the courthouse square. Goinjf into the third yeiar of or- ganization the Buneau Lions club at its annual meeting Thursday eveninK elected J. E. Stallard, Dodge county agricultural agent, as president for the ensuing year. Woman Suffrage New Zealand, to 1888, waa the first to the world to grant wom- en complete auflrage. Growing Season The growing season to North Caro- IfcM ranges between the 174 dura to the mountotna to at Cne Hattena, uead Aaw One of the many food they in M aaaachuaetta to that all automobilee muat submit to inspection. It the cax is tend not to be to goad mechanical ahapa It mart kept off tha toed until toad up. qrlvanto kaa eomcwhat law. Pituitary The pituitary gland fa the body is at the baae of the akalL Save-a-Jbiio jueagua n New York there Ja an organi- zation which to keep peo- pli from committing raicide. It to eauad tha Save-a-LUe league. Antelopes Vary to Stse Antelopes vary to size from the 2gmy dulkerbok aazeuaa, only a it talL to huge ox-like apectoa, auoh aalhe eland, whlflh aomatimea attain a weight of Bettnal Membranes >tnthropald apes and oranga have ftntdi, the retinal membranes cover- ton the back of the eye, whtoh are abaost identical in appearance to of Negroes, according to tha Better Vision institute. A Legend Ruined Ihe Telemaoue, a French brig sunk to tha Seme of Qullleboouf 180 yiara ago, which wan believed to hi ve bean carrying part of tha per- aeoal fortune of Louto XVI and other triaaurea, baa been raised after salvage eperationa lasting nearly a ytar; but the only object of in- terest recovered waa a banal at OUR READERS Etlenn Wiser July 1943 Thanka to our patrons. BUY UNITED STATES AR August Hilgendorf, ag-ed passed away at Juneau SaturJ Funeral services were held day afternoon from St. j Lutheran church with interm ait Week in the Juneau city cemetery, M. J. Nommensen officiatii Walters July 1942 The deceased was born in many, Dec. 14, 1855, and he to town Herman in 1867, 1871 moved to towin Oak Grove i ncl to Juneau in 1880. He was uni in marriave with Henrietta Melc in 1880 who survives with sons. Clarence Brsit, LeRoy Dorothy Sclrwenn, Theresa Elroy Dornfeldt, Mayville Grace Guse, Mayville x John Massholder, Horicon Marie Evan.s, Horicon Market Report 1 I I Hustisi ord Market Other Eggs .......................30 Live Heavy hens.................19 Light hens................21 Heavy Leghorn hens up. 16 Light Leghorn hens underSWlhs. 16 .14 Wisconsin's July Crop Report Is Published Now Seldom have crop prospects been reported with such great variation in nearly all Wiscorsin counties as at the present time. With the ex- cessive rains and uelow normal temperatures during- June the pro- gress of the cora crop has bsen slow but tame hay developed ex- cellently and pastures continued to furnish abundant foed. Good to excellent crops are re- ported on the higher land of the state ibut on many lowland fields conditions are mew e spotted be- cause of the excesdve moisture. In some parts of tie state heavy rains have caused i.he replanting of crops. Estimates of Wisconsin's crop acreages show an increase of seven percent in the coru acreage com- pared with the acreage harvested in 1941. The oat icreage is two percent larger this year. Tame hay acreage is slightly smaller than last year. At the p -esent time the state has acres of corn, acres of tats and 000 acres of tame hay. The total of the spring and winter wheat acreages is also slightly below that of 1941. Substantial reductions are shown for the barley and rye acreages. HDSTISFORD HOSPITAJi TRAINED SEALS KIT RUfOND TO AD laformatton The celebrated "Informat m Please" program recahrea an av of more than letten Ftarat Offeetol Mall flight Karl Lawia Ovtogton mada IM flnt offiotal air mall flight on ft p- tambar U, 1911, from Oardan Ct T, L. I., to Minaola, L. I. Ottoman Emplra Tha Ottoman empire waa a nax ia tar tha former Turktoh empire. a- man (Othman) I waa tha tradltioi al founder of tha dynaatr to whtoh 1 to name waa given. Organixed to t Thirtoanth century, tha empire 10 pandad until at tta height in t ta Sixteenth century It reached Vtom a, Attar the Sixteenth oentury parto of tha empire wara diamemberad ail Mr every war until at the time of t w World war the nation Itoatt eeiie to be known aa tha IS THERE Waiting For a Sail The Modern Merchant Doesn't wait for SALES HE ADVERTISES twtea Tribonal The federal tribunal Switoar- land, tha Bundaa Oarioht, oonatots at tram M to M membera, with nine Loto ol Complatoto Department atoraa, dry gooda and general merchandise al the United Stataa handle a ctf auatamar Yes, and in Your Attic Too! Turn Those Things You Don't Want Into Money with a Want Ad Adotph, Benito and Biroft to three blind mice. to them ran with tan percaat il your taooma to War Baa to pay Settle lOt-Tear Dtopote Raeantly, two South American Venezuela and Colombia, a border dtoputa that had iaatod for over 180 yaara. Oevenor of Two Stotea flam Houston aerved aa governor ot, two atatea. He was elected gov- ernor of Tennessee in 1837. Ha be- came tha governor of Texaa to 1850, after aervmg aa tha nrat president of the Republic of Taxaa and aa tha flrat aanator of the new atate for a White Rock springs 4 Ibs. up .22 Colored spring) under 4 Ibs. .18 White Rock springs under 4 Ibs. 20 Leghorn springs.............18 Milwaukee Livestock Market Light Good to choice hogs Choice cows Good butchers lights........ Cattle- Steers choice to prime Common to good 9. Choice cows Fair to good Bologna bulls Common to bulls Fancy selected vealers Bulk of vealeis July 21, 1942- Patients Mrs. Lena Kienast of Hustisford. Robert Fohey, R. 1, Hustisford. Hugo Wegener of Jineau. Arnold Liermann of Hustisford. Patients MaryRuth Moore, R. 2, Oconomo- woe. Frank Kraut of Woodland. Gordon Astin of Su livan. Mrs. E. M. Keller and son of Beaver Dam. Mrs. Raymond Fuitan and son of Rubicon. Births- Baby boy to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kohli of Knowles, Wis. Mtoto Buy to 1048 Uncle Sam's three mints at Phila- delphia, Denver and San Francisco set new record to the number of 4otoa minted laat yeer, Tnay represented a face value of Previous high rec- ord of coinage waa made to 1818 when pieces were turned out Laat year's coins minted were pennies, nick- eel, dimes, vurtera and half dollars. Net a stogie dollar waa coined to 1MO, ID fact no "hard dollars" have Pretzel and Honey Cakes At one of Now York's nrat base- ball in June, 1848, hawkers sold pretzels uid honey cakes to the crowd. Ttey remained popular with the fans Bar many years untfl the "hot dog" superseded them. Silver Steel Silver steel it a new atalnlesa loy made by iiddtog about 0.28 to 0.80 par cent ot silver to the 18 per cent chromium and 8 per cant nickel used to the pnvioua standard atato- laaa steels. Pnttlnr It Plane-ly Universal ac option by American cities of Just tw o money-saving tech- purchasing and sound civil service aave enough tix money to pay for pursuit planes plua nearly tanks, the National Con- sumers Tax commission, a nation- wide women's organization seeking economy In Icoal government, re- veals. Tha would total organization saya. Wkltea, Jfogioea Separated There are 18 atatea which require the complete segregation of schools for the white aid Negro races. They an Alabama, Arkanna, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Geor- gia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, North Care- Una, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee. Tiixaa, Virginia and West Virginia. ED Arizona and Kan- aaa the mandatory provision onhr to the grtiik Manufacture at i manufacture of men than yean aaa to Largaat Camlvorooa Animal Tha Kodlak bear, which a weight of pojnda, a of 10 feat and a. atwddec aaigbt atf teat, to tha larftat tha lama Japanaaa and Ctitoeae characters ara the uuna, but scoken art different. Patat Baontndaal According to tha president of a large writing paper eompany, it to tha poorest of aeononqr to let equip- ment and run down for tha purpoaa of aavini on paint bflla. Paint not only adda aaany years to the life of the properly, he but newly applied ratat natural illumination. t'LL BUY THAT 
                            

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