Newspaper Archive of
Sanborn Weekly Journal
Woonsocket, South Dakota
August 1, 1946     Sanborn Weekly Journal
PAGE 8     (8 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 8     (8 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 1, 1946

Newspaper Archive of Sanborn Weekly Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

EIGHT THE WOONSOCKET NEWS---WOONSOCKET, S. D, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1 I l this week. They plan to start COUNTRY Tuesday. NTIDA/o. .ovono Shawd was a week I NL..,  end guest at the Albert Zoss home. , Mr. and Mrs. Art Patterson call- ........ )ed one day last week at their nena, spent lnursctay at tne JaS. lson, s home in Woonsocket. ]:)avis home. ELLIOTT By Mrs. Ole Eitswald The Trinity Sunday School held their annual Sunday School picnic at t-Iitchcock Park, Sunday., Although the day was warm, a good number was present and all enjoyed the afternoon. Miss Elsie Jensen is visiting at the Casper Brewer home. Mrs. T. M. Selland was a pa- tient at the M. E. hospital for two days last week, after having two teeth extracted. Miss Aldeene Ettswold return- ed home after a month's visit in Leavenworth, Kan., with Mrs. Avis Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Flagel, Mata and Marcia, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Benson, Calvin and Bobbie spent Wednesday evening at the A. C. Ettswald home. Mrs. Andrew Berg spent Mon- day afternoon at the Glenn Scott home. Mrs. Ray Bennett spent Tues- day afternoon at the Harry Chris- topher home. Mrs. Susie Pugney, Mrs. War- ten Kelsey and children of A1- - I1 Lila Faye Davis is spending the week at the Leon Smith home near Mt. Vernon. LOGAN By Mrs. Chu. Doran Nadeen Oehlerking returned home from Scotland, Saturday, af- ter visiting for a week with her sister. Anson Mark and son, of Chi- cago, has been here the past week looking over his ranch. He plans to leave Monday. Harry Heald, of Custer, called at the Albert Zoss home one day last week. He visited at most of the homes of his old neighbors i while here attending to his farm. Patty and Joyce Campbell i were over night guests of Bob and Richard Zoss, Thursday. The Worth-While Junior 4-H Club members spent Thursday visiting each member's place and i looking over their projects for this year. Threshing machines will be humming in this neighborhood Coming' to Woonsocket, Mr. and Mrs. Art Patterson and Glen and Mr. and Mrs. Emery Patterson and son were supper guests at the Kreiss home in Mit- chell one day last week. 'Mr. and Mrs. Tom Campbell were supper guests at the Gordon Kiner home in Mitchell last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. James Keen were Mitchell callers last Thursday. --,-," GREATEST ENTERTAINMEHT VALUE ;,.. PRODIGIOUS PROGRAM STARTLiNG CIRCUS SENSATIONS! BEAUTIFUL00 GIRLS PRANCING HORSES,- FUNNY CLOWNS TIEAINED WILD AND DOMESTIC ANIMAL5 COWBOYS COWGIRLS ADGANDA- T,E.ORNED ,ORSt AMERICA'S GREATEST CIRCUS FOR THE MONEY: .4_[_[__ NEW--FINER AND LARGER THA N EVER! One Performance Only At 2 P. M. Sunday, August 4 N. E. SANBORN By )s. C. L. Thomas Excellent harvest weather the past week and this year's crop of small grain will soon be reap- ed. Mrs. J. Shepherd spent the past week in Huron taking treatments. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Rankin and family, of Napa, Calif., have been here visiting the Bauer relatives. Miss Ila Hamm spent the week end at the C. L. Thomas home. Mrs. Joe Grassel who has been at a Mitchell hospital, re- covering from a major operation, came home Wednesday of last week. Circus Coming To Woonsocket Sunday Afternoon The 1946 performance of the A1 G. Kelly-Miller Bros. tnree- ring circus is one of the most colorful and spectacular programs SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT NEWS From Office of Idwal Jones The Board of Supervisors of the Silver Creek Soil Conserva- tion District at their last meet- ing, favored the participation in the Soil and Moisture Conserva- tion Achievement Program for 1946. This project offers $1,000 in prizes and is sponsored jointly by The Greater South Dakota As- sociation, South Dakota. Bankers Association, South Dakota Press Association, South Dakota State College, The State Soil Conserva- tion Committee and the State De- partment of Agriculture. The purpose of the program is to give farmers recognition for their efforts in soil and moisture conservation. It will be operated as follows: 1. Any farmer in the state may enter the farm he operates in the contest or anyone else may enter his farm for him. 2. Soil Conservation Districts of which there are thirty-eight in the state will be represented by the three farmers selected by the Board of Supervisors in the corn- petition between districts The Mr and Mrs Enos Alley and of their entire 25 years of con- , ................ .... , ,, .......... mzry-ezgnt azstrzcts wm oe com- cmlaren, or laano are vxszung at tmuous operauon, aceoraing to tin " "h "1^0 in rize Letand Skows and with rela-advanced nublicitv pe g zor t e  oo p "ive- -' "'-r--   -" money put up oy me sponsors s m nu o,. The program is opened with a ..... ' The township board is havinal ......... I Thls $1000 will be diwded mto ............ Icomr[ul ann magnmcent rana  five 20" -rizes Four will be of the roact soum ot ex. . rtanan-t I fered u p . - Entry Pageant and followed by ders graded up. I to the winning four dis- Messner Brothers, of Huron, t a 2-hour program of real feature ltricts, organized before January did plumbing for A. A. Drake and acts. Here are a few of the fea-]l laa .,, ..... i ..... m h, Raymond Smith last Friday. ture acts guaranteed you will t,]ven-to th'e  se"l'ectet"distri"ct" or  The Misses Hamm, Drake and witness" I e ........ " " Whoma  ,,t,,M^n.,. : ....... gmalzecl smce January 1, lv,, , J.t, u ucLy z ULZtZly i ' ; " " I . . Mzss EvAma Rossz, 19-year-old ......... a aca o[ me mree i rm with frmnds from Mitchell to at- beautiful queen of the air in " tend the Mid-West Youth Camp at Medicine Lake, Minn. About fourteen ladies attended the free sewing machine clinic at Forestburg by Miss Idella Alf- son, of Woonsocket. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dillon and Lorraine and members of the Rhoads family attended church in Huron, Sunday evening. The above items were for last week but failed o get in to the mail in time for printing. breath-taking, death-defying heel and toe catches on the slendel web and flying trapese high in the dome of the circus tent. Miss Johnny Mac Snyder and her chor- us of eight beautiful girls in an aerial ballet. Miss Karen K. Mil- ler, seven years of age, and the youngest aemalist in the circus world in daring stunts of the swinging ladder. The Miller sis- operators representing the five winning districts wiU receive Achievement certificates. 4. Farms outside of the Soil Conser'ation Districts will be competing with each other for Achievement certificates. N o t more than three will be award- ed in any one county. 5. Plaques will also be award- ed each of the five winning S'oil Conservation Districts. I IGocs SPORTS By Ted Kesting After witnessing the careless-] ness lof some picnikers, Harold Rogers, known for his outdoor ob- servations and writings, directed his message to all who enter the woods. Of the several millions of Americans who take to the woods and streams annually, only a comparatively small number real- ly are aware of the lethal and destrcutive possibilities lurking in the background every time a match is lighted there. We haven't had a ligh loss of human life in a forest fire in this coun- itry since Minnesota's Cloquet- Moose Lake holocaust in 1918, when 438 persons were burned to death. But this is no definite as- surance we won't have such a disaster tomorrow With private, state and federal fire wardens patrolling our great forests today, " equipped with Remember this, a more treacherous than ferocious will animal lie dormant for many fore it springs to life. up hill faster than it With the wind behind it, burning pitch and leap hundreds of yards the main blaze to ignite fires wherever the3( strong wind is not make a fire dangeroUS. blaze, once started own draft, itself oxygen it needs. Once a fire to the tree tops---it express train speed man or beast can hope it for long, so swift s and so deadly its breatl few minutes it can sylvan retreat into a ferno, where your ready to burst and you (This week's items) ters in sensational feats of en- The weather this week has:durance on the Roman rings. Mr. been excellent for corn and har-tGus Kanera, direct from Finland, vest which is in most cases com- in head and hand balancing and pleted now. We could use a rain. Keith Baker, of Carthage, shocked for A. R. Hallander and Ray Kludt last week. Mrs. Clem Grassel spent last week in Huron with her mother, Mrs. W. G. Bateman, who is in a Huron hospital. Mrs. Herb Sizer cared for the three Gras- sel children during the time. Wanda Kludt spent Saturday in Carthage with her grandmother Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Shepard return- ed to Ree Heights Friday with their son, John and family, here. Patricia Eining is in a Mitchell hospital with a throat infection. Mr. and Mrs. S. Rankin and family from California, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Severson, of Il- linois, were guests at Germain Bauers, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hook, of Minneapolis, were guests at Le- land Skows, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cope and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mitchell and daughter, of Farwell, visited at Robert Olsons, Sunday. WARREN By Mrs. Leslie I. Grace Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Taylor were supper guests at the How- ard Taylor home in Woonsocket. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones were Sunday dinner guests at the Don- ald Jones home. Mr. and Mrs. August Titans and family were Sunday supper guests at the Warren Waller home. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Waller, Clayton and Joyce enjoyed a pic- nic dinner at Ruskin Park, Sun- day, where they joined Mr. and Mrs. Myron Taschner and fam- ily, of Howard, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jacobson and family from juggling while standing on his head in the swinging trapeze. The five famous Fraziers, direct from Europe, in tight wire walking, !carrying perch act, web and trap- i eze. "Buzzy" Ports, producing clown and his gang of funny clowns will keep you laughing all through the show. Prof. Geo. R. Bell and his con- cert circus band of ten talented musicians and calliope, will en- tertain you with circus music be- fore and during the performance. Chief Keys, full blood Choctaw Indian chief and his congress of cowboys, cowgirls and Indians in fancy rifle shooting, knife throw- ing, horse roping, rope spinning and whip cracking. A herd of seven performing elephants head- ed by "Lena" the only circus elephant that walks a 4x4 plank and actually turns around in the middle of it without losing her ballance. Thirty-six head of per- forming horses and ponies in Liberty horse acts, military drills. and posing. Enlarged menagerie of camels, zebras, elks, llamas, ostrich, lions, ugers, pumas, leo- pards, bears, apes, monkeys, ba- boons, etc. the Emil Nelson home. Mrs. Larry Jacobson and chil-) dren spent from Sunday until I Promi. Tuesday at the home of her sis I --- ter, Mrs. Warren Waller and family. Mrs. John Sims and Mrs. Wayne Goss visited Friday after- noon at the Henry Bradwisch and Leslie Grace homes. Carolyn Grace spent from Thursday until Monday visiting friends in Onida. Mrs. Leslie Grace visited at Farms that are entered in the iradio and airplanes, bull-dozers Soil and Moisture Conservation and motorized pumpers, and our Achievement program will be judged on a simple three-point basis. 1. Completeness of the conser- vation practices applied and maintained on the land. 2. Quality of the conservation practices applied and maintained on the land. 3. Community leadership in soil and moisture conservation shown by the farmer. The District Supervisors would like to see a large number of timbered areas dotted with look- out towers, it is mighty easy to say it can't happen again. And it is improbable that in populat- ed areas an alarm couldn't be spread in time to prevent a great loss of life. But it doesn't take many people burning to death to make a tragedy. If you or mem- bers of your family happen to be caught in the timber when a blowup comes, it will be tragedy enough as far as you are concern- ed. farmers entered in this contest ............... .  _ .  . ,nana-maae novetues, tatting anu zrom banDorn county .ntry r-  r Wil"" " blank b _ ". __ lyarn wo K. the e zoe a [or- s can e securea from tne l ' ' ' I eign exhibit in which anyone may oDrlCtn iCoes:rkcounty agents enter articles of foreign work. et ...... ' .... ]There will also be a poultry and /xll entrms must De sent mto  -... . egg exnmzt. one of the followmg offmes, not] a e than Semembr 1 [ A lunch, picnic style, will be ltr -- ......... : '-1 ........ ne a at noon tree coree vcz De Silver Creek Conservation Of- " served by the home agent. Sand- and rice, Woonsocket, S. D. County Agent's Office, Woon- socket, S. D. The Greater South Dakota As- sociation Office, Huron, S. D. Ry F] OEYxdi ensi oB e aAC:e n/C oun/Y lungs out. In a can become lost in the cry smoke and not be the fire has burned out are a charred corpse. This isn't a scare happened innumerable fore and will happen if you are lucky , with your life, you may cottage, your your automobile. favorite recreational lost, not only to you, children. Be careful fire. of Big Crops Helps the Food Situation Prospects for another great crop, bested only by the banner year of 1942, are bright now, re- ports the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Good news for a hungry world is the prospect of bumper crops of most-needed foods and feeds lunch. Each club restonsible for one afternoon's program. A ing picture will be the day's entertainment with community singLng- Maintaining a Good Care given jars ing is very I taining a good seal, wiches, hot dish, dessert Anna M. Wilson, dishes should be "*furnished by the State College each club. Mr. Boyd, from Brookings, will! wce" give a talk on the judging of) Jars should never be eggs and poultry after the picnic l (Continued on u, $ _ a00l00,o 10 Cos00 i":.i'iiii!:.'!i!! Winfred. the Henry Bradwisch home Sun- such as the calorie crops, grains Mr ' day evening Positively No Performance Sunday Night . and Mrs. Enul. Nelson and l Mrs. Cliff'ora .... Jensen ,,-as ms- and potatoes. A record corn crop Mr. and Mrs. Merrztt Webster and l mis ed from ....... 3.3 billion bushels--is in pros- s a uron nosptat on AMERICA'S BIGGEST AND BEST 3-RING! sn were Sunday dinner guests at-hmsda pert. the Steve Webster home in Woon-I l " y. Wheat. oats, rice and p t [-o'a'o socket. MOTORIZED CIRCUS 30 Trucks -- 150 People -- 6 (count 'em) Big Performing Elephants 36 head of thorobred performing horses and ponies  Enlarged menagerie of elephants, camels, zebras, llamas, ,elks, pumas, leopards, ostrich, lions, tigers, apes, monkeys, baboons! WORLD'S BEST AERIALISTS Acrobats, wire walkers, jugglers, trapeze ar- tists, head and hand balancing, iron saw and web acts, Liberty horse acts, pony military drills and posing flog acts and-- CLIMNS 00LORE Be Sure to Bring the Kiddies Down Town at 12:45 P. M. Circus Day and Let Them See the 6 Big Elephants Watered at Some Gas Filling -- IS ALL FREE! Mrs. Opal Waldron and Mrs. Jones and daughter, of Huron. were Sunday supper guests at STORMY TIMES AY BE lEAD Protect your future! Chart a SAFE course to Debt-Free Farm Ownership with a long- term, low-iateeat Federal Land Sank Ioaa through the NATIoNAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION S. G. CALLIHAN Secretary-Treasurer Woonsockei, S. D. _ o--. Low FARM Interesf LOANS  East Silver Creek By Mrs. Eihel Larson Mrs. Ethel Larson and Mildred, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schabot and Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grunewaldt and daughters and Grandma Trudeau were Sunday dinner guests at the Nick Schabot home. Mrs. Raymond Schmiedt enter- tained the Modasi Extension Club Thursday. Mrs. Anna Vallen is visiting at the Harbld Vallen home. Mr. Denman who was operated on for ruptured appendix last week, is recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Barstead and family and Mrs. Denman and children visited at the Paul Oestreich home, Sunday and called on Mr. Denman in a Huron hospital. Mrs. Anna Vallen and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vallen attended the funeral of Harold's uncle at Ha- warden, Ia., Wednesday. Threshing and combining are keeping farmers busy nowadays. Verne B a r u t h accompanied Merritt Larson and Donald Swen- son to the Black Hills last Friday night. Mrs. Emil Larson spent Friday P. M. and Saturday, with Mrs. Ethel Larson. news to 39. crops promise to be the second i largest on record. Wheat is ex- i pected to hit the billion-bushel i mark for the third consecutive year. Oats prospects are one and a half billion bushels, nearly up to last year's high. Rye and bar- ley production will be smaller this year. Total milk production is lower than last year, but still above pre-war levels. Egg production is 29 per cent above average. Oilseed crops, however, are dropping from war-time levels. Soybean and flaxseed crops are down considerably, and the pea- nut acreage is somewhat smaller. Home Economic News (By Idella I. Alfson, Home Agent) m On August 2nd, beginning at 9:30 A. M., the Extension Wom- en of Sanborn county will hold an Achievement Day at the Auditorium in Woonsocket. The public is cordially invited to at, tend this first Woman's Achieve- ment Day of Extension Clubs to be held in Woonsocket. The exhibits will consist of handwork, made by the Exten- sion women. Handwork will con- sist of rugs, quilts, and MADE TO LAST A LIFETIME! FIGHT PIG PROFIT LOSSES MASTER LIQUID HOG Fly Tox in Gallons, Quarts, Pints, FLY SPRAYERS 89c And UP BROMANIDE ----- The paint on insecticide---makes any fly sp more effective when mixed. Has lasting effect, Decorated Tumblers, 6 for Limited Amount of Good Quality Complete Line of Merchandise to Fulfill all Needs. HARVESTING SPECIALS ---Complete line of Chisels, Punches and Fit Your Needs. ALSO HAVE HAY FORKS, HEADER FoR_I AGE FORKS and SCOOP SHOVEL Have Limited Supply of Fly Nets and Nose GOOD SUPPLY BEHREN'S MILK Woonsocket's Gift Headq Cdl,gnon's