The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1946 · Page 16
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Tuesday, June 11, 1946
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Bosworth Guernsey Herd Is Oldest In State of Iowa . The W. H. Bosworth herd of Guernseys is in itself the oldest Guernsey herd in Iowa—if not west of the Mississippi river. In the herd at present are 40 head of Guernseys. The herd itself was founded in 1904 by Judge W. B. Quarton, with two cows first brought here from Minnesota. The next stock came from Pennsylvania and New York. Bosworth, himself, is from New York State, where he fanned until 1924, when he bought a half interest of and farmed with Mr. Quarton. The herd boasts one of the top bulls in the United States, "Chedco Hurricane," a levity bred bull. The animal's grandmother sold for $15,0.00, and his. great grandfather, sold for $22,500 and again later .for $25,000' at auction. This latter animal held the world's record and was twice grand champion of the National Dairy Show, a record no other cow has ever achieved. Widely known among dairy men, the. Bosworth herd, is rated as one of the outstanding among ipany good herds in this section of the country, if not the.Jiatio.n. STATE FAIR 4-H PRIZES & AWARDS <••- Des'Moines, Iowa, Special: Iowa farm bo^s and-girls will be .offered more than $20,000 in prizes and championship awards in the State 4-H Congress at the Iowa Centennial State Fair, Aug. 21-30, exposition officials announced here today. Of the over-all total, $17,440 worth of awards will be presented 4-H winners in livestock, agricultural and judging competition and $3,235 in girls' home economics and other events. In the farm and livestock classes "-rize offerings will include: Baby beeves, 55,022; beef heifers, $1,389; dairy heifers. $2,322; pigs, $3,153; lambs, SI.430: colts, $2,547; poultry, $677; •agricultural demonstrations, $615; judging contest, $235. 'Separate from the 4-H show will be a vocational agriculture and Future Fanners of America competition offering $2,276 in awards for pigs exhibited by Iowa farm boys and girls. Topping the list of changes >in Shown above, at the left, W. H. Bosworth, anfl Mrs^W. B.; Quarton jjfyhbse hj^b"§ijdrwas a,; partner ofj MrMJosworttfs, ^prior to his deathi" The picture was taken -at the an- : nual picnic of the Guernsey Breed-, ers Ass'n, held at the Bosworthr place, June 4. ; the 4-H department of the State Fair is announcement of the suspension of the boys' and girls', health contest.-This follows a precedent set 'by the National 4-H Club Congress. New features of the show at this* Centennial Fair will include a demonstration class of livestock conservation; competition by eith r er individuals-or teams in farm' project demonstrations; cash awards to counties keeping tha neatest quarters in barns; and showmanship contests for principal classes of livestock. Livestock judging competition will be retained, with county deams judging eight classes of ani-, mals. but there will be no grain judging. The dairy exhibit has been droiype'ci for l.B4_6 because o£ .the" scarc.ity^of bufiterfat and the world foo'd situation'] »• WANT.- ADS BRINGS RESULTS TO BUY OH SELL: You'll go a long way before you can better the reader coverage of Algona Upper Des Moines want ads! Priceless Ingredient "In the city of Bagdad lived Hakeem the Wise One, and many people went to f )\\r^-'-lor counsel, which he gave freely to all. " . ;• "There came to him a young man, who had spent much but got little, and said: 'Tell me, Wise One, what shall I do to receive the most for that which I spend? 1 "Hakeem answered, 'A thing that is bought or sold has no value unless it contains that which cannot be bought or sold. Look for the Priceless Ingredient.' " 'But, what is the Priceless Ingredient?' asked the young man. "Spake then the Wise One: 'My son, the Priceless Ingredient of every 'product in the marketplace is the Honor and Integrity of him who makes it. Consider his name befprc you buy'." This Priceless Ingredient is the Name CAR GILL For Those 4-H Club Calves CALF MEAL CALF PELLETS PIG BUILDER (A Whole Feed) Ask for Our 27% Poultry Grain Balancer Formula. Fitch Feed Store On the Corner by Milwaukee Depot Phone 460 Algpna Boys Take House To College Oh, for college life in a trailer house! . And Douglas Brown arid .Dick Skilling arc two local boys who will soon be able to give you full details on this type of living. They left Friday morning for Cedar Falls to enroll in Iowa State Teachers College. Douglas is taking a course in science and Dick .will take a course in .physical education. They took their house with them, an 8x20 building which has been equipped for light housekeeping. Due to being single GI's, there was some difficulty in obtaining a site for it, and they finally made arrangements with a farmer living nearby and auite close to the campus to park in his orchard. County Agent Speaks The dairy business is of sufficient importance in Kossuth county that we can all well (jive support to the observance of June as Dairy Month. Even though Kossuth is located in the cash grain area, it is quite a, dairy county. Nearly every farm produces a surplus of riiiry products for market. There are only a few counties, and these arc in northeast Iowa, that exceed our dairy output. Our most stable income is that from the dairy • cow. she works summer and winter and so docs the man ivVio milks her. Cream and milk checks are usually Issued • every two weeks and these add up to around 75 or 80 thousand dollars. This stimulates business for everyone. D11 ring- the war. our dairy. men increased their output in the face of labor shot-faces awl leis favorable feed ration. For this tliov ought In receive some kind of n medal or recognition as did manv Industries. Even now, with feed ,. scarce and higher prices faring them. the-Y nrR sroiiin- riplii ahead and milklner the nl«l row, that the rest of us might have our milk, .butter and cheese, Pnbnrt Rigwin. a transient, went slpeo nn fl railroad hrirl"o ne ir n'ns ]p«t wefk. rolled off piul ll n'-ito 1he rock": bp'nw. Aftrr ins? in thr> ra'n nil nisrht. ho w.-i? ) bv Bet^ MPT nf Onrn- ,H taken to the, Crp=-*nn 'TV- fnv frnnfrn <1 * | t of a'fracture:! hip. .bruises and shock. Bradley Bros. NO HERD TOO SMALL NO HERD TOO BIG for Bradley Bros. Holstein Herd Owner Converts to De Laval "Fast Milking Program" (Left to Right)—HERMAN SODERBERG, herd owner; Lorraine Soderberg, Gerald Soderberg; and Walt Bradley of Bradley Bros. "••'' : • ff r n Wendell Jensen, the DeLaval man at Bradley Bros., and '{he representative converted the Soderberg milking methods to DeLaval's "Fast Milking Program". By making changes in milking methods, much time was cut from Mr. Soderberg's old milking schedule, and greater efficiency was added. We are glad to extendI this service to any dairy farmer whoKvants it. Dairy Farmers It's E asier DeLaval Better Milking is just as important to the man who milks only a few cows as it is to the larger herd owner.- Fastest. ' cleanest milking . . . quicker cow response . , . highest, uniform production . . . healthier udders . . . cleaner milk . . . safe and dependable milking regardless of operators—these DeLaval Milker results are essential to every dairyman regardless of size of herd. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY on DeLAVAL MILKERS AND SEPARATORS Bradley Bros, Farm Implements Phone 714 AJgoiia,'Jow» Here to v SerVe Your MEL B, GRIFFIN, Mgr," """" Jrj * PHONE 234 irm end Home^Nleedi! MILWAUKEE DEPOT

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