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Bruce News-Letter (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Bruce, WisconsinMain Street Bruce Pun facts pol de Rol a but volume 50, number 35 Bruce Rusk county wls., Friday june 23, 1950 establish i in october dear mom we really have been having weather Here in Bruce. Friday night it got so cold that it even frosted in the Northern Yuri of . having to have a fire on june 20 to keep it s As bad As it was that Winter Day id Nebraska some years ago when we had to have a fire. They sprayed for the Mosquito Here last saturday but it has been to Chilly Traat we Don t know whether the Little imps Are dead or Are huddled around the fireflies to keep them selves warm. Some of the people Here Are really looking three of the cattle buyers. It seems that these Guys went to Clear Lake last week to a cow Sale. An old Indian with Long braids was introduced to crowd and he gave a Little speech about his cure All remedies. The of chief was from Oklahoma and mus have been charming because or charmed the local beef and Bull buy ers into buying about Worth of remedies. One of the men a big boy called Tony even bought some re Ducine Dills. Gambles store her is on a new Stone front ably assisted by their neighbors who Are furnishing the signs. These signs red keeping up with the making too much Money got to spend going sheriff s Sale and closed by order of Bruce amok Mattison and John Fugl Sang Are also pret tying up their Sta Tion. They have moved All of their office equipment into the creasing room and Are doing a wee bit of in Tenor decorating. Bob Dvergsdal who Rune the stand Ard station next door was cleaning up his place last week and doing some painting. He found some cob pipes and gave me one. Grandpa did n t use for pipes Back in Iowa. Did he mom of course grandma used some to Burn in the Cook stove. The Ball team Here has a clean re Cord so far this year. They play Cumberland Here this thursday eve Ning the eau Claire Marchamby Here next sunday and Are supposed to play Canton Here feh wednesday. Andy bowl. Candidate Fot Congress on the Reou Olcan Fly feet firm Superior just dropped in. Seems Fiat the two people we know in Superior Are Trood friends of his. He was on his Way to a veterans 01 i Oman convention at Oshkosh. Quite a number of tourists Are go ing through Here now. And Nert week end there will probably be an army of them. Must be Nice to take a vacation when you re Young and can enjoy it. Guess i la take mine in heaven love Waldo. P. A t thought sure that the sheriff would let pop out so he could enjoy father s Day with his family. J eau Claire merchants to play Here sunday j the Bruce baseball club will the Strong eau Claire merchants team Here sunday Nair it at it was announced this week. The Mer chants were soundly trounced Here last year one of the few games they lost and will probably come up loaded for Bear. The Only basis for comparative crw is Conoron which Bruce beat 8 to 1, beat the merchants earlier this Spring in a game in which they came from behind in the latter stapes of the game. Correction the officiating Clergyman at the funeral of mrs. Kate doom was or. M. R. Siemens of Racine and not Rev Sinninger As stated in last week s news letter. Wisconsin movies to be shown Here conservation department to stage three outdoor programs in Bruce the Wisconsin conservation department will present three pro Grams of motion pictures on outdoor life at the Bruce High school this summer. The programs designed to promote Wisconsin to tourists will be Iree to the Public and will be Given june 27, july 23 and August 14. The program will consist principal Ujj of motion pictures. These pictures have been assembled into three Dif Ferent groups. One group covers forestry and another game management and Hunting and the other fish management and these program presentations Are planned at approximately three week intervals. In addition to the motion picture showing an Effort will be made to get local conservation department personnel in attendance so that tourists and residents can meet with them to cuss persona1. In. To ratio in this informal individual per Sonal discussion period will be held after the motion picture showing so that Only those people who were de Sirous of meeting and talking with conservation officers will be detained. The following Are the programs forestry and 1. Canoe country a. Poison Fry 3. Green frontiers 4. Then it happened 5. Yours the land game management and 1. Native grouse 2. Realm of the wild 3. Wildfowl in slow motion 4. Safe swimming 5. Retrievers at work 6. Yours is the land fish management and 1. Tight lines 2. Huskies for the future Hack and White 3. Wisco Tsin fish 4. Sunburn 5? of outdoors your is the land right a Ftp pictures will tast approximately l % hours. Swim ninja to Start Here monday county d. H. I. A. Sets annual meeting Date the anneal meeting of the Rask Leoty Cianfa rattle d. H. I. A. Win i at the n. Y. A. Eail Ding at the fair Jyh Mac Jne 2ft. At p. M. All arc to attend and Are invited the bring along a neighbor who not in the testing program. Claude o. A Banc. Former couty agent will entertain with the feats of magic and Feight of hand with which to his talks. Clausen cow takes honors at Snow big Guernsey judged grand Champion at Rusk breeders picnic following Are the results in the judging held at the Rusk county breeders Paris show last week. Harold Clausen of Bruce is the owner of the three year old which was adjudged senior and grand Cham Pion in the female class Jake Evjen owner of the Champion Bull calf an-1 William Van doom was the owner of the senior Champion Bull. The Complete list of winners male class Junior Bull 1. Bonnie beam 2. Everett Van doom 3. Bob Flohr 4. Heath senior Bull 1. Jake and or. Cd. 2. Charles Gudis 3. Walter Martindale 4. Robert Martindale 5. Becky beam 6. Albert Bunce to. Charles Nielsen 2. Bryce Coggins 3. Max Klotz 4. Frank Ginier 5. Ralph Dearhamer two year 1. Miam Van cd. 2. De Meyers aged 1. Walter Martindale and son 2. Harold Clausen 3. Clarence Leonard 4. Robert Flo for swimming class schedules announced this week by Judy Schanck will be As follows beginners will meet at and intermediate swim mers i l be taught at 4. She asks that no children under 7 years of age be allowed to attend classes Al though they Are Welcome at other times. Children 16 years of age or older trav take the Junior saving an1 Sre to see miss monday. The Pool will be from to 5 each Day monday through and Chil Dren Are asked to confine their swim Ming to those hours. License is expanded by pc v Ord has been received from the Public service commission that an amendment has been made to the run treat motor Farrier License of f. M. Stevens it. 2, Bruce As follows 1. Sand gravel dirt Stone Cind ers Asphalt ashes or Cement in dump trucks within Rusk county for build no construction and maintenance 2. Coal Over irregular routes with in a 15 mile radius of Bruce except the transportation of Coal Between and incorporated cities or villages. Animal feeds within a 15 mile radius of Bruce to or from farms. J Junior Heifer 1. Van doom 2. Jake Evjen j 3. Carol Barber 4. Gerald i Hadden i senior j 1. Harold Clausen 2. George Evjen 3. Max klot7 4. Tom Heath 5. Fred Strahm 1. Louis Champ. 2. Frank Ginzer 3. Reck beam 4. Haro d Clausen 6. De Meyer two year 1. Charles Nielson 2. Tom Heath 3. De Meyer 4. Clarence Leonard s. Roland Corgins three tear 1. Harold and or. 2. Tom Heath 3. Jake Evjen 4. Frank Ginzer 5. Clarence Leonard the Bruce bar the original building burned in and the present building we built aft by or a or. Purchased or. And in Tea Fey Bay a drag Summ Repp who in torn Tom it to c. R. Howard or. Howard moved and or. Started in Cerf and out to or. I Ewe. C 9pmhm we v and cwt la Jerri Luto my to Ustav Ortega awl to and vie save for u. S. Cumberland game is changed to thursday the game scheduled to be played at Cumberland wednesday night of this week has been changed and win be played on the Bruce Dia this thursday night at this change was made be cause the Cumberland lights Are not ready for in the second round of the North West Wisconsin night baseball league the game will be played at Cumberland instead of at Bruce. Please make this change on your plans for fourth Are talc Inq shape Bloomer City team to play Here May have old timer Ball game Goff gives 91.1 ibs. In test Bernard Fairman Lead in Herd averages Serley Burcalow High thirty three herds were on test in the Rusk county Dhia no. 1, in which 686 cows averaged 706 ibs. Of milk and 32jl butterfat. Thirty eight cows were dry and 147 cows were on the list which produced 40 chg. Or Over of butterfat As follows Howard e. Blomberg son Jens Sieck and Sydney Graves each 1 Tow. Selinske Henry Rwy a. Daniels and Otto Foss each Walter Weinert. Arthur Ryall i Este Hilten Audie Christianson son Rice Lake to stage big water carnival Rice Lake s this week end will be decked out in carnival attire for the third annual american legion water carnival this year s attractions will commence Friday evening unlike the first two the affair this year will be marked by a free Gate according to John Hanson general chairman. The three big Days of entertain ment will be featured by a venetian Parade composed of a score of Gail i or tucked and lighted float on both i Friday and saturday night a fill j afternoon of keenly competitive Ama j eur races sunday a carnival j contest at the Lake front sat i Day i h in free Art by Henry of minor. The and Runn no of eau Fin of tiny win Ner of annual chum in addition a r i j Garif at Nir v -.a. Sunday at 8-30 p m the Rice High band a hand Al most Aid for a ape a treat the Rice male chorus wil11 perform at the lakes Ore saturday plans for the Era n 4th of july Cele bration Are assuming final form Thi. Veek it was announced by the Bruce businessmen s association sponsor of the event. The Bloomer team a Lioen Enapp de to play Ajr inst the Oal club in the Ever info. Bloomer loner been Stroniro in athletic Etc c and in expected to Field a Topnotch team assuring one of the game of the season. More baseball May be the order of the Day if present plans go through of will a t the sight of a team composed o Bruce old timers battling a weve Hauser oldster club. The a has scoured the Village and finally come up with nine old Tif a who fee that they can still hobble around Diamond and Weyerhaeuser is forming a apr relation. The refreshment at the Park will be open All Day for the convenience of of sons who bring their Owr lunch and want to Nad them out a i or for those who Forstot lunch. An impressive has been Arra rred by the to take place after the in Trot game to close a Day of fun for eve Ryone. Alumni meeting to be held Here Friday will k a meeting Friday june 23. At the Bruce Hiiro school to make fun Fly plans for their run on a High will he held monday. Jelv the Henquet i for the irradiate their and All Cornu a did a l h vhf i i Lic ir.vite-1 he Daric. A alumn Airn card promo by Ember h Niani plan for. James Anderson awarded Bachelor of arts degree three accidents at Island Lake no one badly injured in crash epidemic saturday afternoon the Island Lake Vicinity was the of a number of accidents Sun Day As three separate Drivers came to in As Many accidents within a few hours. Gerald w. Zamber Weyerhaeuser started the list when the Plymouth he driving missed the Bridge approach at the fish hatchery and som or salted into the Creek Landing on its top. The car was a total wreck but Zamber was not injured. In the afternoon a car driven by Rusby of Chippewa Falls left the Road on county trunk d and went into a deep Hole at the Side of the Road. Two women passengers were injured and taken to St. Mary s Hospital for treatment. By far the most serious mishap however and one which landed the Driver in the Rusk county Bastile occurred during the afternoon and in i for i unit Ciaire. Picher overtook a Cadillac just at Island Lake and apparently in a be mused condition Cut in too soon smashing into the car and driving it into a Mailbox causing further dam age. He then seeded up and headed North. The Driver of the Cadillac Over hauled Pichler at the Macoy Lake resort whereupon he departed once More backing1 into a car owned by Roy in the proc eos. Wells rave Chase but lost Pichler As he roared into Bruce at some 90 Miles per hour. A Call to the eau Claire county sheriff soon produced the 37 year old unemployed roofer and wednesday he pleaded guilty before Justice l1. J. Sterlinske to of Drunken driving and failing to Stop at the scene of an Accident. The first count brought a sentence of 69 Days in the county jail and the second a Fine of or 90 pcs b in eau Claire District son each 3 Wayne Truman Kar Pomponi. Paulson bros., Archie trip Lett and Ike Kyall and Robert Kuli Bert each 4 St rely set Moore. W. J. Nachtwey and Lya. Macarthur each 5 we. Fairman and Karl s. Goff son each 6 we Calt Anowski 9 Harry e. And Floyd Graves each 10 Donah Quade 11 Walter Martindale son 12 and Gordon Bernard 14. For the Large Herd class the her of Gordon Bernard of Bruce was with a Herd average of 49.5 is. 20 Grade Guernsey Harry e. Bur Calow. Bruce. 44.0 for 16 registered holsteins and Floyd Graves of Bruce 37.9 ibs. For 10 Grade Guern Seys. For the Small Herd c ass the of Fairman of Exeland was first with a Herd average of 42.2 ibs. For 11 Grade Guernsey John Serley of Exeland 37.4 ibs. For 13 Grade holsteins and w. J. Nachtwey of Bruce. 35.5 ibs. For 11 Grade Guern Seys. For the month is owned by Earl s. Goff son of Bruce. Production of this registered cow was 1752 ibs. Milk test an ibs. Butterfat Gordon Bernard Bernard of Bruce Grade Guernsey. 147fi ibs. Milk test. 76.8 ibs butterfat also another Trade Guern sey. 1182 ibs. Milk test ibs. Butterfat we. Fairman eve land Grade Guernsey 1332 ibs. Milk test and 67.9 is. Butterfat Uttof it. V rur Ntow of registered Holstein. 1602 ibs. Milk test and 65.8 ibs. Butterfat a so i peered Holstein. 1515 is. Milk. 65.1 is. Butterfat. Walter Martindale sos of Bruce Trade Guernsey. 1041 . Mild 6.21 test of butterfat Gordon Ber Nard of a Rivee. Another Grade Guern v. 12" milk. Test. B Ltd fat for it avs lval1 mar Armour. Route. Tread milk. 4.7 j Ruilt Erfft kai1 Zamponi of Frank Fleishauer. And office personnel to remain in Ladysmith effective july 1, soil conservation personnel assigned to tic Rusk county soil conservation District will be under the supervision of District conservationist m. M. Kerher of eau Claire instead of District conservationist f. L. Bobbins of Barton. Announcement of this readjust ment was made this week by m. F. Schweers of Madison state conservationist for the sos in Wisconsin. According to Schweers this change was made to equalize the work of the two District conservationists involved. This Transfer in administration will in no Way affect the staff in the Rusk county District with Francis h. Nelson continuing on As farm plan t or. He will be assisted by a part time Aid. In addition to Tosk county. Keliher supervises activities in the eau Claire. Chippewa Dunn and St. Croix county soil conservation districts. Robbins will continue to be responsible for administration of the soil conservation work in tote Barron Polk Burnett Washburn Sawyer Douglas Bayfield and Ashland county soil conservation districts. Bruce girl is struck by car in Village court i f a awarded l a at. In Jerree at the t -. F Annia f n for div june i ther. Of opt Atiniz during Cam Ivai Iii be of and hot dog stand Motif of operated by America pc Bythal Hee Tinwai Christ Lait this week have Well the of student he i n gradual inc in the Rafhel a decree were awarded to student while 700 men and received Cher Are War t j99 Art Wilfrid pet ska of h a Are j before of i be charge of truck Over Adinig. H firm no Darren Dorman appear re arg of failing to yield the i Erht of Way and driving were dismiss we on ref just of Nis attorney. Bernard Rydlund and Gerrod Burgh of lad Emrith both paid 110 nne on on War of found Guilky a Kjack in Cheryl Lynn Ioe Pter of or. And mrs. Toepfer of Bruce had a narrow escape from serious injury monday evening when she was struck and knocked Down by a car driven by mrs. Walter Atwood. The Little girl started across main Street with her sister and Rai out from Between two parked ears directly into the path of the i a which was travelling slowly up the Street. She was bruised and Cut but it ii far away enough from the wheels to in. Trca de at or. Whal office. He ret upe Daling at her Home. Weyerhaeuser drubs Ingram in Soo i twp Weyer Hauer Ingram to 4 sunday in a Smik Gigue game. Wever Hauer got 11 Krisik. While Imgram co in Teri off Whiting. Whiting struck out and Krisik seven. It was a Clow Ball game unti Smith inning when plod cd. This into a tie for place and payoff will with laity Faith at Bruce of Tommy Jum to will 0 the till Hwy m

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