Robert Dailey wins award in Minnesota
Bu previous on might who Farmers Are Given Awards South Dakotan Included Among Ones Honored As Outstanding Men ST. PAUL, Jan. 23.--/P)--Eight Minnesota farmers, whose occupational success and civic activities have made them outstanding men in their communities, awarded medals designating them at University Farm "master farmers' Â·Yiday night One South Dakota farmer also was honored and medals were mailed to three "lorth Dakota and one other South Da- tota man, selected for the honor this year. Dan A. Wallace, managing edi- :or of the Farmer Farm, Stock and feme, St. Paul farm publication, which, vith the university extension division, sponsor the master farmer selection, presented the medals. Minn2sota farmers honored at the dinner are Martin Bode, Nicollet; C. F. Horhan, Lanesboro; J. R, Johnson, Dovray; T. H. Knodt, Rich Valley; W. S. -ake Elmo; E. F. McCarthy, Madelia; Emil Nelson, Battle Lake, and H. W. Voehl, Lakefield. Robert Dailey of Flandreau was the South Dakota man who received a I. Master farmer medals were mailed to 'rank Marknow ol Pretty Rock, N. D. bhn Christiansen, New Salem, N. D. ver Jordre, Oberon, N. D., and Henrjui Krueger, Madison, S. D.