The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 30, 1968 · Page 4
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4-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, Jan. 30, 1968 0MNQllMMIV<: aft-«)i8ffKMreX>K9MrV?OTrcaaiK'>aBX?99BKK QARM PAGE DEVELOPMENTS [ FROMDEVALOIS • • HOG SHOW A market hog show sponsored by the Kossuth County Pork Producers will be held Thursday, February 1 at the Algona Livestock Auction. Entries will be accepted from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. A judging contest will be held at 6:30 p.m. This will have two divisions, one for adults and one for high school age and under. The show will begin at 7:30p.m. Hog producers are encouraged to enter whether adults or youth. The show is open to Kossuth and other counties also. I would encourage farmers, 4-H and FFA members and others to enter this show. It will be interesting and educational. * * * Youth Leaders Meeting — Seventy-one 4-H youth leaders attended a meeting at the Kossuth County Extension office Monday, Jan. 22. These young people came from 4-H clubs from all over the county. Suggestions made for future meetings included discussions, speakers and group activities of various types. Each meeting will include a recreational period. Youth leaders will continue to meet bi-monthly as in the past. Training sessions will be held for 4-H'ers carrying projects in alternate months when possible. Ruth Patterson, Extension Assistant, is the advisor for the youth leaders group and will train the Junior Leaders. Each youth leaders meeting is planned and conducted by a different committee. The committee in charge of this meeting was composed of ; • Leonard' Becker, Wesley; Karen Eden, Titonka; Becky Tielebein, Algona; Marilyn Roethler, Algona; Dick Lynch, Fenton; Charles Frideres, Algona; Sandy Hoover, Titonka; and Diane Muller, Algona. Irvington 4-H Holds Program Irvington Ideals 4-H Club met Sat., Jan. 20 at St. Benedict hall with hostess Sharon Hix. President Kathy Bernhard presided and 16 members answered roll call. Rally night was discussed, and Sharon Hix reported on the youth officers' meeting. The members decided to buy a new camera for the club. Illustrated talks were given by Jerrie Ferstl, Sandra Hilbert and Virginia Casey; Sharon Hix gave a demonstration. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER 11 •IIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIB I RAMBLINGS | 1 FROM RUTH I flfciiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii Are you a junior or senior high school student? Are you interested in public speaking? In the preservation of our natural resources? If so, you should be interested in the Soil Conservation Speech Contest to be held in July. I know July seems a long ways off - but time does go fast and you will need to do some research and preparation. The topic for 1968 is "Soil, Our Important- Legacy." Get in touch with me for more information. * * * Feb. 3 the 4-H county officers will be attending a workshop at Spencer for all 4-H county officers in the ten-county northwest area. Officers planning on attending are - Mark Mawdsley, Burt; Shirley & Leonard Becker, Wesley; Jane Walker, Burt; Linda Higgins, Titonka; Robert Bernhard, Algona and Delores Heldorfer, Bancroft. Two state 4-H officers, Susan Carroll, State 4-H Girl's vice- president and John Gerken, State 4-H boy's secretary, will be helping with the day's activities. They will focus their attention upon the topic "Youand Your Responsibilities." C. Dean Johnson, Extension Leader, 4-H & Youth from Spirit Lake will be discussing characteristics and qualities of a leader and LesJuhl, Agency Manager for Farm Bureau Insurance at Storm Lake will explore areas for improving the 4-H and youth program. * * * »i» Do you kn6w c-f •& young* person . wlio' is ten years old of 6Ider who ' would like to be in 4-H, but isn't? Why not have them join now? They can get information from rne at the county extension office. MEMOS FROM MARGARET 1 4-H members always "carry a project" and the majority of 4-H girls in Kossuth have Food & Nutrition as a project for the 1968 club year. Here are some of the suggestions 4-H nutrition leaders have t been receiving in a series of three ' training schools. Emphasis on good nutrition - knowing and eating an approved diet for optimum health is what each leader hopes to accomplish with the girls in her club. Of course, learning what to eat comes first, followed by finding ways to persuade each girl to want to eat a well-balanced diet. Talks and demonstrations showing not only the food value, but the preparation of food are given by 4-H girls in their local club meetings. For example, the study of breakfasts eaten in different parts of the world and the preparation of foods to "pep up" our .own breakfasts by learning to make muffins or other breakfast breads. Learning to prepare new foods will lead to exhibits the girls will be practicing on and later showing at local achievement shows and fairs. These will include baked foods and posters and exhibits showing nutrition and its place in the diet. The third and last training school for leaders was held on Wednesday, Jan. 24. A demonstration on making yeast bread, a planned meal at noon, plus a discussion of possible exhibits and their evaluation was a part of the program. - o - Home Economics extension programs are always planned around the family and individual family members, especially the homemakers. Families are consumers of goods and services and emphasis on selection and buymanship has been the basis for many program offerings. All of us are aware that the consumer has become very important and is receiving help not only through educational programs and business, but also through laws passed by Congress. The best example of this is the Truth in Packaging Law that went into effect last July first. There is a set of slides "Truth in Packaging" available through the Kossuth Extension on this subject. The last session of Congress passed more consumer bills. Here is a tally of key consumer legislation- these bills have become law— Meat inspection — to extend meat inspection within state lines, as well as across state lines. Flammable Fabrics-to permit stiffer standards on flam inability of textile fabrics. Air Pollution Control - to give government power to halt industrial production and traffic in case of health emergencies. Hazardous Products- to study hazardous household products not under regulation now. These bills have passed one house and are waiting action now. It is expected they will be acted on during the present session- Truth in Lending - to require leaders to disclose annual rates for finance charges. The voice of the consumer is important. REMEMBER - vnu ARE A CONSUMER. — COME IN TODAY Don't get behind the "8-ball" on your «w n^^v INCOME STOP «nd think. It it worth II,,. BOTH work und wotfy lo tlruygli* willi FEDERAL your tax return when we hmullc it quickly at bw coil? The TAX SAVINGS we discover often pay the (ee. Be SMART! This year try the BIOCK wciy! AND STATE LIFE GUARANTEED W« guarantee accurate preparation of we moke any errori that co»t you any w« will pay the penalty Of inlneit. America's Largest Tax Service with _HOURS WEEKDAYS: 9-5 - PHONE 295-7031 INO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY! »ery lo« return. If penalty or interest. * 5 ' PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION 716 SOUTH PHILLIPS - ALGONA, IOWA 50511 Dick Warded, Field Office Manager STATEMENT OF CONDITIONS December 31, 1967 Emmetsburg Production Credit Association ASSETS Loans to members ---------------------Bonds (Par $659,500.00) ___________ " Interest earned, not yet due _______ Cash (Bank) _____ ______ ___________ IIHHI"" Investment in Federal Intermediate Credit Bank ____ 111*706 60 Land and buildings - at depreciated value ____________ "II I 4 582 74 .^urnifure andiequipment — at depreciqted value _____ IIIII~II_ 1 699 00 Other assets '— i_i__________ ---- ___ L__i____.____I_HIII3 • ' S^'.OS Total Assets ------------------------- $6,758,570.03 LIABILITIES Loans and Rediscounts with Federal Intermediate Credit Bank _ $5 551 09937 Interest Payable, not yet due _______________ ' Dividends payab.e ----------------------- —IIIIIIII Provisions for income taxes ______ Other liabilities __, _________ srwio . . ^ 5,036.18 Reserve for losses --------------------------------------- 136,432.86 NETWORTH Class A Stock owned by members ________________ $ 72,930.00 Class B Stock owned by members ___________ _ ____ 364,415 00 Equity Reserve -------------------------- """ 220725.00 Surplus -------------------------- ---- _ ------- 260,212.69 918,282.69 Total Liabilities & Net Worth ____________ $6,758,570.17 Counties Served and Directors of the Association Clay County --------------- Rexford L. Hanson, Ruthven, Iowa - President Emmet County ------------ Robert W. Place, Armstrong, Iowa - Vice President Kossuth County ------------ Kenneth Patterson, Swea City, Iowa — Director Dickinson County ---------------- Donald Dodge, Milford, Iowa - Director Palo Alto County -------------- Stanley Quam, Emmetsburg, Iowa - Director Arthur Weiland, Manager Emmetsburg Production Credit Association Emmetsburg, Iowa

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