The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 17, 1933 · Page 3
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 3

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1933
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fHt MALVfcfttt LfeAPfett, MALVfeftfr, !6WA, 1ft IISI PAGE THREE I Club Boy* Have f Ut«i f«p«f* tb Champidmhip Show Atfstii sad Show fti*i Clas. in trieif Exhibits at Malvem (Continued front page 1) Ins. Mis losing one calf the first day didn't seem to affect his chances at all. And, there were might}' good calve* in all the classes. It took Feat class to heat them. The other champions were as follows! !-"** •{* Champion, John PItzer, Olen- wood. Reserve, Dick Hyde, Hastings. HetetoHls Champion, , Dudley Conner, Malvern, Reserve, Robert Benton, Mal- vem, The following are the winnings of platings in detail: Angus Senior calves: Ed Wearln, Mai' vern, 1st) John PItzer, Qlenwood, 2nd, Junior calves: Ed Wearln, Mal- 'vern, 1st; Jamie Summers, Mai* vern, 2nd; Paul Shaw, Malvern, 8rd, Shorthorns Senior calves: Dick Hyde, Hastings, 1st and 2nd, Junior calves: John Fitter, CHenwood, 1st; Dick Hyde, Hast* Ings, 2nd; Jamie Summers, Malvern, 3rd; Hurb Benton, Malvern, 4th. Hereford* • Senior calves: Dudley Conner, Malvern, 1st; Robert Benton, Malvern, 2nd and 3rd; Tom Ben* ton, Malvera, 4th. - Junior calves: Robert Benton, Malvern, 1st; Paul Shaw/ Hast* Ings/2nd and 3rd; Tom Benton, Malvern, 4th; Hurb Benton; Mai* jrern, 6th. Purbred Shorthorn Heifera ;, Dick Hyde, Hastings, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, Purebred Angus Heifera Ed Wearln, Malvern, 1st; 1 Jamie Summers, Malvern, • 2nd: Ed Wearin, Malvern, 3rd; Jamie 'ummers, Malvern, 4th. •tiers in 4>H ClubCUw . < ,~,.,-.^, r ,,_™j), Council Bluffs, rtU 1st, boar. 1st, Utter 1st, 5 >JV . Chester White. . ; ^Robert T*eu, Malvern, g|lts 1»|, Mae Louise KHndt, Council BJuffs, gilts 2nd; Robert Leu Malvern, boars 1st; Mae feouiai KJlndt, Council Bluffs, boars 2nd, Mae Louise KHndt. Council Bluffs, ,litter, Ut; Robert I* Malvern, }Jt|e'r 8od, • : , Duroo Jersey, , Julius Bueh, Olenwood, gilts , 1st; Josephine Haden, Hastings -gilts 2nd; Julius Buch, boars 2nd Josephine Haden, boars 2nd; Ju " " "'• - t;,Josephine 4*i$i& • ^\-> f **?¥*wyF!»*«wflGI * ^7^"* , /»roje Sujnjner9. Malverp. gllta Bernald SchoenJng, Malvern i 2nd; Jamie Summers, hoars Svmmere, Utter let JftWle » . s, 'M'a/J vern ..,. ^ W tOw» Maivurn, » 'litter 1st, -,- '' 1st Spotted ' to sate etpense in checkinf ea wheat a*feage and ptodactlon «f- Wes and to help secure accurate statements for the making of ai- otment contfacts, the wheat adjustment in Washington has chosen one of the most effective control measures known—the power of "p«hilc opinion." According to Bruce Kllpatrlck, county agent, farmers Who sign wheat contracts agree that the statement made by them coneera- ng theif average acreage and production during 1930» 19S1, nd 1932 may be published in the ocal newspapers. This, the ad* ustment administration leaders ielleve, will enable the ttan's neighbors to check his statement and eventually his allotment with heir own. M.' L. Wilson, wheat administrator, says that few farmers rill misrepresent theif wheat sta- isties if there is danger of incurring the disapproval of their neighbors, furthermore, the neighbors probably would report the error it the figures were too far from the actual facts. According to Mr. Wilson news* papers will he paid for publish* ng lists of farmers signing the contracts, the location of each farm, the average acreage and production per farm and other Igures. These lists of names probably will be divided among the newspapers so that the names in a given community will appear in the* newspaper having the most circulation in that territory. This will insure each name appearing in the paper where it will be seen jy the most persons and also will have the effect of dividing the money to pay for such publication notices among the different newspapers. Payments for such publications as provided for in the regulations of the wheat adjustment program will be paid by the County Wheat Control Assocla tion, This and other expenses,of the association jure taken for the benefit tee received by farmers. to &» Witt ; mHttClI ^PUc "0m ^^HWK What e*a we do *ftt t&« fa** taken cut of waeat ftrodttettont Is a question confronting fljany farfters Interested fik tn* *heai W*n. Aeesftiftg to Brtrc* KflpatHek. eettfcty *ftefttt tfce contract to be signed t>y frikeAt fattnefa win re«d About as follows: "the contracted Acres (those taken out of pfoduetlot) fa 19i4 and 1*86 »ay ** B»«d *Sly *« follows: Summer fallowed, planted to soil Improving of ewwlon pfetenttnf crops, for food crop« fof hotte consumption of for feed crops fof the production of llte- stoek to be consumed of used on thi* fatttf but not fof the prodno- tloti of any nationally produced agricultural product fof sate." the adjustment administration In Washington baft deefeed that the dlftetent states shall decide what crops can be raised on the land taken out of production In ofdef to tneet the above eondi* tioft. A definite ruling on this matter will be available id the near future, according to Marl McDonald, assistant director of the ettehstoh service at Iowa State college and id charge of the educational and organisation work of the Iowa Wheat Adjustment program. la general the statement Is con- trued to mean that farmers can lattt legume crops in order to ulld up the fertility of the soil, rowing clover, however, on land aken out of wheat and using this lover as pasture for hogs or ****** to o* HM would ttotftie fftft pfotfMdt* oi t&e wheat ad- JowtnieDt (SttftdfBw* rot sluiflftf reasons corn of of her grain fof feed tor ntestet* tit ** soTd could not fee planted on the tend taken oftt Of Wh*ftt production. "fro $a*t*e«** tftfahle is anticipated In seWrrttg sabstltnte crops tot wheat," sfi!d Mr. Mc- tJwsald, "sttas »6tt Iowa farms wttJ |*o«t *f Upswing more leg- f*« a* It sotMrtriMftg crop. This phasft of th* wfcttl adjustment offa» wrll ftntftt towa farmers in teirnlldtei ind ftatntatnlng the feftflHy oi the soti. frnrthermoTe the adjii«tfflent fc*t»ents will in ttost cate* fffrt * relatively high financial return tot the acres taken onl of bating the past tew weeks the 4-M clubs of Mills county, through the cooperation of Dr. Edgar Christy of Hastings, Dr. D. W. Barman of Olenwood, Dr. Wm. Kerf of Randolph, Dr. t. U. Parsons of Malvern, and Dr. Ward A. fietoahg of OletiWbod, hate been holding health contests. As a result of these health con Bargain Prices, m •rrimm Molo«;ia. 'Bargain admission prices, on« of the biggest entertainment prognuns in yfars, and a farm and livestock exposition pointing S TAdSff 1 * the w«y to the —JaPli: " new * w>3r lw " -offer » three. ,way.inviUUon -'*;; tens of ; thousand? of midwest vacation-seekers at the Iow» State Fair here tils summer, -,' Hero are-some of the Wghlights of H>e ten^jay State Fair progra», opening August 85 a»4 continuing through September Js> -'"•• '• A 'Wiid.west Rodeo and Rpundop every night, wift 75 f«aoo» cow* hoys and cowgirl? in conipetiUon, anj over 209 hgad, o{ w»4 ' Mid cattle. Wight horse race; every'night, the first ever w|tnesse4 in Iowa, Also harness race* four afternoons. Aug, ft ihreugb Aug. &< Ruonteg rs,ce8"pnf RUtrioan, 'Aug. 39,, Auto races two rrWaye, A^g, 2fi an4 Sgpt. J, Wlft pve/ ' An open-ftir slrcus eveyy""a|tert noon and pventng, "Ceatury of i"ro, greas" Sieyrorks every Bight, gfteen bsu.sls Md orchestras playing ' day and, sight, famous rtdj» stars. te two sfeows 049 Sunday w£y, 87, etate cljepfeer tpureawent, !»&y he -* ^.^» frt»_bt jk^rmi.; & _ DRS. KLINE & KLINE 6t. 0, M. Klin* Of. J. A, Klin* 0*t*dp*thte Phytltlin* Offle* haufti 1 U t p. m. and y to i p. m. «n i*turd»y. Othtf Hdurs by Appolntmtnt VW l*w« tt*t* Savlnoi Bank X'Ray Dlaoneila Phar>«ii Ofrie* 112. Heu»« 1« Iowa Site Livestock Pace Des Moines, la., Special: Iowa again lets the pace fof the entire United States this fear, with the Urgest livestock show to be seen at any State Pair ft this country. Iowa State Pair officials announced this week that over ft million dollars worth of blue-blooded stock from more than 20 states had been entered fof over $60,000 M cash prizes to be awarded at the State Fair here from Aug. 28 to Sept. 1. tests the highest scoring 4-H club girl and boy have been chosen to represent Mills county at the towa State Pair. The announcement of these winners took place at the 4-H program given Thursday evening at the Mills County Fair. The winner of the girls' contest is Bernlce Schoening with a score of 98.86%; and the winner of the boys' contest Is Dudley Conner, with a score of 99.6%. t mm There are seven ropes in the Navy. They are the man rope, head rope, hand rope, foot rope, bell rope, bouy rope, and dip rope. It is lubberly to call any* thing else a rope. County Supervisors Otha Hyde* Guy Breeding, and W. E. Agan, with Engineer T. E. Martin, were In this locality lately Inspecting the road and bridges on the highway between W. A. Bower and Carl Hertz, Jr. they ordered * hew and wider wooden bridge pnt in place of the old one and an addition of eight feet Joined to the Iron culvert on the north side. This will necessitate a widening of the road which had become narrow at this point. A force of men are already at work on the bridge and the work will take about two weeks. The road Is closed to traffic meantime. Messrs. Cotad and Green hare been working tor the county the past week of ten days digging & drainage ditch in the creek on the W. A. Bower farm under and north of the bridge. The new ditch turns the creek out of the curve Into a straight channel under the bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Stafford of Audubon came last Thursday to visit G. F. Wills and family. They returned home Saturday taking Tom Wills with them to visit relatives at Audubon. Glenn and Gerald Bower and Robert Wills went to Sidney last Monday to enter the Bower sad* die horses in the races at the rodeo, Gerald and Robert to Jockey them. 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