The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on January 28, 1967 · Page 3
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 3

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Section The HumlMldf Ine'eeene'enf, Jentrary 21, 1W7 Pee* 3 County youth building ow* radio; will apply for (kerne Electronics project ^ ,.,, Ole * Mor ""' W» "" •' **'• anrf Mr*. Den Martin of Go/cWeM, '• ifcown oiove w/rt fcfe *H electronic »ro/ecf. Leff fa r/vnf art on omofeur recfta receiver eno* a fO-20 merer converter wh/ch he bu'/f from icrafeh w/fh fne uie or* fhe Heathklt vacuum rule voffmefer of fne for right, who irorfW ( n electronics during 1963 with a table lamp, plant to opp/y for a novice amateur radio //cense 01 toon ot nt feels fnof ne knows f/ie morse coc/e sufficient, ly. Ho iu//f o coo 1 * oscillator fo o/rf / n ft/s sWv of the code -Independent Photo. Bread baking demonstrcf stressed new short cuts Organization of boys city 4-H club underway Don Wlshart, Humboldt County Extension Service associate, Is shown above as he prepared 4-H club membership invitations that were mailed recently to approximately 150 fifth and sixth grade boys In Humboldt and Dakota City to determine the Interest In city 4-H clubs for boys. He noted, "In tbe,p«5t, has been oriented toward rur youth, but in recent years there have been new projects Introduced which are suited for members without livestock facilities, Including photography, tree Identification, plant collection, woodworking, entomology, clima- tology, electricity and electronics, garden, and small engine. "Information on the various projects Is given throughout the year, and each member that completes a project Is eligible to exhibit at the county fair. "Each club formed Is under the direction of adult leaders. Members elect their own officers, meet monthly and follow a planned yearly program. Each month, besides the topic taught by,UM,le£de{s, one or two men*, • be'rVfre responsible tor a demonstration or Illustrated talk." Wishart stressed that anyone meeting age requirements Is welcome to Join 4-H. Members must have been at least 10 and not more than 19 as of January 1, 1967. Clubs may enroll new members until May 1, 1967, Humboldt County has 5Z5 4-H members In 24 rural township clubs and three girls' clubs In Some SO Humboldt County women gathered at the county extension meeting room Monday evening to observe the last In a series of bread demonstrations put on by Miss Myrtle Hewitt, extension home economist, who demonstrated the latest methods and short cuts for Food topic for Beaver 4-H club The Beaver Wide Awake 4-H Club members met at the Beaver Township Club House for their January meeting with 10 members answering the roll call with "My Favorite Food." Lois Wergeland presented an Illustrated talk, "Milk, Mealtime or Anytime." Other talks were given by Starla Burger, "Ways With Cheese," and by Cheryl Kirchhof, "Guide to Good Eating." A bowling party was planned for 4 p.m., Saturday, January 28, at the Star Lanes In Humboldt. Recreation was planned by Lu- Ann Wergeland and songs were sung. Lunch was served by Nilene Meslcek and her mother. Humboldt and Dakota City. There are a total of 55,000 4-H club members In 3,300 clubs In Iowa. Anyone that has a question about 4-H may contact Don Wishart at the Humboldt County Extension office In Humboldt. Be Sure to Attend... ——— ——— Monday, February 6 9:30 A.M. and 1:15 P.M. HUMOTA THEATRE LUNCH at NOON COFFEE ut DONUTS ALL DAY CARLSON producing home made bread. "To save time," Miss Hewitt suggested, "Use dry milk and body temperature water in place of cooled, scalded milk, whole or skim milk can be warmed to body temperature In as much as milk In this area Is pasteurised. "A large quantity of yeast can also be used to speed the process. The bread will not taste yeasty If It is controlled to no more than double In bulk. The various kinds of yeast available are compressed, granular, and bakers. The bakers yeast works the fastest as It Is more moist and fresher than the others. Yeast wrapped In foil and fro ten will last for six months. Froeen bread keeps well too." Other points stressed by Miss Hewitt were that the temperature of all the Ingredients should be maintained at 85 degrees as that is the temperature at which yeast grows best; any type of shortening may be used, but If melted, should be cooled to body temperature; and allow the bread to double in bulk, but no more. "Knead until the dough springs back, but no more," cautioned Miss Hewitt, and added, "The amount of the bread dough In the pan Is important in order to have well shaped loaves. "Bake when the bread has risen three fourths of the way up the sides of the pan at 375 degrees if in pyrex and at 400 degrees in other types of pans to kill the yeast so the bread will not become too light. Lower the temperature to complete the baking. "Bread should be removed from the pans, allowed to cool uncovered, and be stored in plastic bags in a bread boy. Do not grease the crust as it will cause the crust to wrinkle," concluded Miss Hewitt. Recipes and key points on bread making can be secured at the extension service office by call- Ing 332-2201. Information will be mailed out if necessary and is available anytime to anyone that can stop at the office. Alice Newbrough and Lou Alphin, former Humboldt residents, are moving over the week end to the Dlxon Apartments. Live Wires 4-H bowling party LU VERNE-Ten members of the Lu Verne Live Wires girls 4-H club of Lu Verne held a bowling party Friday evening at the Lu Verne Lanes. Members present were Diane Dick Martin, 16. son of Mr. anrl Mrs. Don Martin of Goldfield, Is presently building an amateur receiver from scratch with the aid of Harold Lestcberg, an organ repairman and a ham operator at Goldfleld. The rece I veranda 10-30 meter converter aro part of a 4-H electronics project. Both were constructed from spare parts and Curry, Holly DoNlo, Cindy Smith, Cynthia Klley, Dofaun Klnne, Linda Loftus, Barbara Marty, Peggy SJiaw, Becky Smith, and Sharon Shorey. Debbie Wolf and Rhonda Hanson were guests. Leaders are Mrs. John Voss Jr. and Mrs. Owen Curry. The girls held their regular January meeting at the home of Sharon Shorey and Zelda Wltzel with 11 members present as were both leaders. Becky Smith became a new member of the club and Zelda Wltzel gave a demonstration on "Color Schemes and Combinations, Monochromtatic." Sharon Shorey gave a talk on "The Three Stages of Awareness." Mrs. Alfred Smith, mother of Becky, was a guest. Lunch was served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be held In the home of Holly DeNio at 4:30 p.m., Saturday, February 18, when a workshop is planned for that evening at the Town Hall at 7:30 p.m. schematics from a mat Mine, .which Martin adapted to fit his own design, with the aid of a voltmeter that he constructed from a kit. Dick started wofklnt with electronics during 1963 when he constructed a table lamp, ancethat time he has also built an all purpose brooder out of a milk part aror s~heat lamp which won a blue ribbon at the 1966 Iowa State Fair. Dick also won a blue ribbon at the 1965 state fair with his electronic projects. At the present time, Dick Is studying morse code In preparation of applying for a novice amateur radio license. To help him study the code, he also constructed a code oscillator. Future plans to expand the project are to construct a 160 foot transmitting and receiving antenna to supplement th« an- tennaes already In use, and to salvage parts from two old TV sets. Martin, who lives one and a quarter miles north of Iowa Highway 3 on 302, known as the Hardy Blacktop, recently bought a D>'100 B transmitter which he plans to adjust to lower wattage to comply with the restrictions of a novice license. Farm outlook and test plot results for next farm class The Humboldt Future Farmers of America Corn variety test plot results and the "1967 Farm Outlook" will be the topics of the • adult farmer class at 8 p.m., Wednesday, February 1, at the Humboldt Community Hieh School. The yield, standability, dropped ears, and lodging for 56 corn varieties will be discussed at the meeting as well as shelling percentages on all varieties. Norman Moklestad, county extension director, and Milan Petras will present the "Farm Outlook" with reference to farm prices for 1967. Winners for the 1966 price outlook on beef, pork, corn and soybeans will be announced and everyone attending will again have the opportunity to guess the future prices for 1967. Prizes are being furnished by Humboldt merchants including Carlson Implement, First National Bank of Humboldt, Humboldt Farmers Elevator, Humboldt Trust and Savings Bank, Humboldt Implement Company Farm Service (FS), and Stow-' Skow Farm Equipment. Persons Interested are invited to attend this Wednesday evening program. LIVESTOCK NEEDS CALL ON US QR COME 1N ANYTIME SEE OUR STOCK OF DRUGS AND PHARMACEUTICALS FOR ANIMAL DISEASE CONTROL Dial 332-1873 LARSON Rexall DRUG SAVE BABY PIGS! WITH THE NEW CASWELL ALL STEEL ,s»#!»«fe, FARRO-CRATE Prevents Sow From Crushing Baby Pigs! !•»• MM, tw» *r •*•« HMM pin ftt Irtttf wHfc MM MW CMW«H "Ftm-Cra Ml" OUR COMPLETE LINE OF VETERINARY SUPPLIES INSTRUMENTS And STOCK REMEDIES CLEMENSON Prescription Pharmacy Prevent! sow from overlaying baby pigi at farrowing time. 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