News Items from This Vicinity By Special Correspondents to The Vindicator and Republican PETERSBURG i~~— Loren Skelgren of Minneapolis spent the week end at toe parental Herbert Shelgren home. Miss Eva Opheim -who operates a beauty parlor in Minneapolis spent the week end at the parental Otto Opheim home. Miss Maxine McDonough and Richard Petersen were dinner guests Sunday at the Don Poynter borne. Geo. Lanning and John Wieskus made a business trip to Minneap olis Saturday.' Mr. and Mrs. August Jensen and Ardyce were over night guests at "the J. B. Jensen home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lanning and sons, John Wieskus were supper -guests at Frank Wieskus home on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ryberg of Jackson visited at the Don Poyn ter home Sunday evesiss. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peterson, Ruth and Arthur, jr., visited at the Henry Ebeling home Sunday. Mrs. Albert Knutson and Mrs. P. E. Gruhlke assisted Mrs. Rudi Stade with house cleaning Mon day. Aivin Jensen of Estherville call ed on his many Petersburg friends Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Amil Jensen, Bon- j nie June and Shirley of near Dnn- nell were guests at the Conrad Anderson home near Superior Sunday. They'also called on several of their former neighbors in Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Tollefsrud and son Rudolph of Zumbrota, Minn., visited at the Ed Stanwick "home last Sunday. Mr* and Mrs. Albert Knutson Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nasby and C. A. Nasby spent the week end at Decorah where they attended the festivities honoring the Crown Prince Olav and Crown Princess Martha of Norway. Raymond Allen and Miss Esther Hass of Lakefield were supper guests at the Alvin Knutson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Nasby and Caryl, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Peterson and family, Mrs. Gladys Gilbert and family spent last Son day at the Bert Gilbert home at Dundee, Minn. The occasion celebrated the first birthday anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gilbert's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Maddux, months with their SOB Ralph at Rachel and Glen were dinner Ramona and enjoyed the trip and guests at Henry Herbrandson climate very much, home Sunday. Helen Bootcn was hostess to the Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Jensen and Culture Club Wednesday. Sixteen family, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Pet. members responded to roll call, erson and Dale of Heron Lake, "My Grandmother's Kitchen." Everett Peterson, Heron Lake, Lura Perkins read a paper on Mrs. Mathilda Kingerey, Merle, "Uncle Sam's Plant-Scouts." Mavis and Kenneth of Jeffers, There is osly one meeting left in Minn., E. E. Peterson, Mrs. Min- this calendar year, da Benson, Silas Benson, Ver- The strip of pavement over the non Peterson of Alexandria were underpass has been completed dinner guests at W. V. Peterson and will be opened for use by the home Sunday. j Mt of tl»* week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jensen of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Taylor Estherville, Mr* and Mrs. Her- and son spent Sunday with Mrs. man Bargfrede and sons visited Taylors parents, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday evening at the Dick Theo. Erickson. Bargfrede home. Mr and Mrs. C. L. McMullen Mr. and Mrs. Nels Madsen of and two sons of West Bend were Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Pet- Sunday guests of A. C Bringle erson visited at the Walter Neil sen home Sunday afternoon. and family Richard Mosley and family of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Jensen and Lakefield, Minn., were Sunday „ : i„ ..:...„ J ... .t. IT ^uen at Ben Reeds. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rilsey family visited at the Henry Her brandson home Sunday evening 7 ™' ,—Mr. and Mrs. nennew luisey Mr. and Mrs AW. Nasby and and children . ^ Estherville and Mrs. Enc Nasby of Jackson drove M _ Brin _, e ^ children to Minneapolis Saturday to visit at Charles Nasby's home. Mrs. Eric Nasby will stay for some time at the home of her son Charles Mrs. Anna Bringle and children spent Sunday at the parental Jake Bringle home. Miss Hazel Math wig of Dunnell, Minn., spent Thursday and Frt Mr. and Mrs. Walter Neilsen da y visiting her friend Mrs. Chas. and family were dinner guests of Stewart. their son Laurence and wife at Mr. and Mrs. John Lambert and Sherburn Sunday. daughters, Frances and Mildred, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peterson, spent Sunday evening visiting in Rath and Junior visited at the the Tom Lambert home. Glen Kettleson has returned home from the Estherville hospital where he has been the past Dick Bargfrede home Sunday. P. T. A. Meeting IJJIMI wucic ^ .— • Two hundred people attended | twelve days. He is feeling fine the PTA meeting Wednesday eve- * ning when the school exhibited their work of the past ya .T. Each pupil had their years work on ex. hibit C. E. PERSON Real Estate and Insurance We represent some of the beslj American Old Line Companie^ 87 PROFESSIONAL CARDS W. T. SCHILDKNECHT Plumbing and Heating Plumbing Supplies and Eavespouting Phone 731 DR. L~F. HOFFMAN VETERINARIAN Located first door West of D-X Station on East . Central Avenue Phone 151 . , to | The neighbors are intending plant the corn crop for him. * Miss Adene Kerstetter, Alice utt _ Sunde, Pearl Thorson and Chas. Dunnell PTA presented a pro- ¥°» old drove to . Ch ? rle " Citv gram consisting of musical num- S " B *g r M « fttMt " ,n Kerstet- bers and readings. Supt K. B. tert home. Knutson also showed slide pic Mr - and Mrs. Tom Ruckman of tares of local interest he had tak- Estherville called on Nellie Rucken. Lunch was served at the close man Friday, of the. evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Miller of Woden were, callers at the E. B. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Butson and Baker home Saturday. Mr. MiUei Lois of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. lost the sight of an eye and has Louis Stade and daughters, Mr. at last found relief from doctor- and Mrs. L. C. Bargfrede and Ren- ing with a specialist at Madison, ben visited at Dick Bargfrede's Wis. home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Withers of Misses Amalia and Dorothy Jackson, Minn., and Mrs. Mary Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jen- Harris were Sunday dinner guests sen, Mrs. J. J. Rasmussen, Mrs. in the E. B. Baker home. Ruth Smith and family, Jhnmie Mrs. Howard Reed attended • and Alice Smith, Mr. and Mrs. party at the Ottis Woods home in Ralph Skow and family, Ben Estherville Thursday evening. Damnum, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mey- Mr. and Mrs. Forest Tow were RESEARCH GIVES AJtSWn ON QUESTION OF PROTEIN FOE STARTING CHICKS Getting young chicks ecT to a good start U half the battle, says W. R. Whitfield, extension poultry specialist at Iowa Slat* College. If they «at right, a good start generally is assured. One of the biggest question marks in the baby-chick ration is how mnch and what kind of protein to »»e- At the National Agricultural Research Center. BeltsvilW, Md.. H. W. Titos, m charge of poultry j nutrition for the Bureau of Animal rod u« try. fed different amount* of protein, ranging from 13 to 25 per cent, to growing chicks. The chicks trained more weight per pound cf feed as the protein was increased up to Si per cent Beyond that point weight gains dropped off again. Though 21 per cent may be the ideal amount of protein for growth Whitfield says it may not be the ideal amount when cost is considered. It was shown in Dr. Ttits' study that a diet of 1? per cent protein, for example, is about S>5 per cent as efficient a* that containing 21 per cent protein. If the cost of the 17 per cent diet it low enough, it may be more economical for the poultryman. Whitfield says, however, that it is a good plan to feed a diet con. taining 20 to 2l per cent protein until the chicks are at least 12 weeks old. Then the amount of protein can be decreased gradually until pullets are receiving- 16 to 17 per cent by the time they are ready to lay. As to what kind of protein to \ use, further studies at the research center have shown that at least 20 per cent of the total protein should be of animal origin and should be derived from feedstuSTs such as dried skim-milk, dried I buttermilk, fish meal, and meat scrap. JJUKUUU1U, Alii, a.iu w- J I • — ; ers and family were dinner guests Sunday guests at a birthday din 'ner in the C. W. Jones home Sun day, the occasion being Mr. June's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Reed and daughter were callers among re- . -V.R. I MINISTER HAS MANY POULTRY PRIZES ON DISPLAY Rev. E. S. Harton of St. James, Minn., a poultry fancier and booster of Purity products has a very interesting display of premium ribbons won at shows in the United States and Canada by his birds. This will be shown in Estherville at the Ben Franklin store Saturday. It is a beautiful display and worth seeing. In addition to the interesting display itself, H. D. Hinsch of the Purity Laboratories, Estherville, will give a group of prizes to those visiting the booth- Rev. Horton was a former missionary in China and India until his health failed and for the past several years has a bobby of rais tat* wrise wiastW irhrt i Islaaw! weasj| a> • " esssswew^aswi eMSWsssssBssr eXVesssJSWNt Red ekiekeaa. Ht W worn wrreeal hundred firet prise ribbons and has them mad* up Urto a uwtlt. The prise* have been woo m several state* ether than that ef his own home state where He a), ways carries away the Brf prise for his Rhode bland Red ratctena. Rev. Morton's chief aim u la encourage better breeding of poultry throughout the .imatry. For the last few year* Rr» Horton has been feeding *>'» r»-'- try Purity Yeast in Ms ma.s**. and highly recommend* yeast f*.- poultry. The public i« invited to call *i the Ben Franklin stare Satunisr of this week and view the <rusi: As many as wish ««•> ma? entor the contest as to how man;- slates are represented and the number of ribbons on the <r3i !t. Also questions will he answered in regard to the different classes of poultry, and the various breed* of poultry Prises will be awarded for the nearest correct answers of questions, and decision of the judge* will be Anal. Winners will be notified by mail. In connection with the content the Purity Company Poultry Specialist Dr. O. H. Rice, will be pre* ent and wit! answer any question* that may be troubling in regard to poultry problems. This service is absolutely free ami there is no obligation in anyway either in entering the contest, or asking «f questions. VR PROF. MOTT TO BE HONOR OUEST When Prof Frank L Mot: was awarded the $1,000 Pulitzer pi.se for history for his work "The History of American Megaiin«-»" he became the first University of Iowa faculty member ever to have won a Pulitser award. Prof M»tt is head of the school of journalism. He has published three v.>fumes already covering period* from 174C to 1850, 1840 to IMS. and IMS to IMS- Journalistic societies the Sigma Delta Chi and The Ta Sirma Phi are sponsoring a dinner to honor Professor Molt to be given on Sunday, May 14. In attendance wilt be members of the University facil- ty, students and alumni of the I school of journalism, Iowa Cty lousiness men, prominent Journals- ts and educators and friends of the honoree. VR. Times Have Changed In days of yore. If anyone miss, ed a stagecoach, he was contented to wait two or three day* for the next one. Now he lets out. a squack if he misses one section of a revolving door. at the Andrew Jensen home Sun. day. Mrs. Bertha Gilbert spent Sunday afternoon with her sister Mrs. A. A. Johnson and family. u« U6 ..~. The school teachers of Peters- Jatives in town Friday, burg visited at the home of Mrs. Frank Westbrook came over (Gladys Gilbert and family Sun. from Estherville the latter part ^•ft* of the week for a visit with his errovBT/VD I oaughter and family, Mr. and SUrCKlUK, I Mrs. M . E. Carnahan and children. -I " Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sangi and DR. R. D. THOMPSON CHTROPEACTOE Located in Gaarde BuSdnm , Phone 260 DR. T.C.MANN Qstlseopathir PhysJeisn "Oyer-Sanborn'n' S|ore ' Phone 92 'Remdeiee 92 A^I REED,M.D. • By*, ite.'lfm»la-M - - Glaa*wF.tt*-f -\ OftTce;32 0«sCcw^I.«i^-T»»^ Mr and Mrs. Randal Wicks farail were Sunda djnner te and daughter Clara Clyde Chnst of Mr . and ^ KERMIT KOPPEI I and Mrs. Melvm Peterson and norch of s irjt Uke I son Richard were Sunday guests wil , L,, AND F . MIL ARE M , attheparentel Chas. Chnst home. . • a yisit from hu brotho Margie Kennedy of Esthernlle charle8 Logan of Rochester, Min- spent the week end at the Merle Begota Carnahan home. Eugene Kriebes of Estherville I 4-H Boys Club met Thursday af- 0 „ frjends fa SnDerior I ternon with Earl Bentel. Monday Mr and Mrs. M. O. Rosendahl ^ a ; d Mrg Howard ^ and . and children were guests.of Mr. dau?hter Mrs . Reed's par- tod Mrs. J. W. Zerfoss Saturday. ^ Mr . and M „. ^ Katnp at Mr. Rosendahl has been retained j^jg- jj j£ onday anotteryear as superintendent Mr and ^ ' Hasbrook at Ayrsmre. were called to Cedar Falls by the Mrs. Frances Johnson and. death ^ ^ Hasbroolfs father. |daughter Ruth of Mflford and ^ Mussy and the children are Andrew Hansen of Terrfl were ^ ^ ^ d Sunday dinner guests of the Clar- ^ Hasbrook. ence Stuard family. __VJL— ^.^.IT!^, BRANAGAN HOME , and daughters Barbara and Gwen ,eth and Mrs. L. J; Doty drove to Rock Rapids Sunday and spent . the day *t the Clarence WheaUey Ifcomk Mrs^Wheatley » • »«ter of Mrs. Doty and an aunt to Kenneth Butler. AT EMMETSBURO DAMAGED BY FIRE ten: Fire WedMsday sumagml tsW room residenee of W.T. Braii- edHor of the Emms^sterg e £ took Monday as I Democrat, for'* loan ' of ^ ? E&^ tt * M SSL"-""*" time in SioiQt PaUs., time in Sioux *aus. .. tii b^rnetion d mm**£r • Mr., and Mrs. R. Ewing T^ntn.\m^^^^^^^^^gBi Why Take a Chance On Protein Shortage in your Chick feed rations when yon can have the best? GOLDEN SUN CHICK STARTER GOLDEN SUN GROWING MASH GOLDEN 8U1? EGGMASH are all made from the finest kinds of proteins and have plenty of the high protein ingredients as follows: FishmeaL Meat Scraps, Dried Battcrmilk, Dried Milk Whey, Dried Skim Milk and all other 8ne proteins and minerals needed to produce the finest grade of poaKry at the low est possible cost to the farmer. Golden Su^Milliiig Co.
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