The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on December 21, 1933 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1933
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MILLS eowrtt FARM BUREAU NEWS Phofte 244 Brwc* W. Kftnatrfcfc, Agents Mlm Maysfl Be»y, [ttefr com acreage to tfte Covers- ment and renting th* other per Special Ruling* in CorivHog Contract For Rented Farms No Chaiige to fc* Made Hi LeaM. Adjustment Provided Althoneh details of landlord- tenant division ot corn and hoe benefit payments will be mmmmm DON'T Give Him a Tie! —at least, please don't waste one of OURS on a gentleman who goes about bedecked with vegetation. Our neckware must be Seen to be appreciated, We're showing over 5,800 newly arrived ties for this Christmas — all colors, all patterns, all tastes (and all beauties). Give Uncle Hy- mle a long-handled jumping jack — but for the rest of the men-folks: Tien from RANOKIWON'H. 55c. 2 for $1 J. E. RANDERSON Don't Mis* the Dig Wee BARBE0UH SATURDAY in administrative ratings, the corn-hog contract declares in general that there shall be no change In the lease or tenure of a producer signing the contract from the 1933 landlord-tenant agreement. The contract is Interpreted to mean that. If the landlord and tenant are operating on a 50-56 crop share basis in which the landlord receives 50 per cent of the crop but gets no share in the hog business, the landlord would receive 50 per cent of the benefit payment on corn while the tenant would get all of the hog benefit payment. The contract carries, however, a provision for adjustment to suit Individual needs. Such adjustments are to be covered in the administrative rulings. Basing the 1934 landlord-tenant lease on the 1933 agreement does not necessarily mean that the tenant should do nothing on the corn land taken out ot production and still receive bis share of the rental. Since the acreage rented to the government may be used for planting additional permanent pasture, seeding soil improvement and erosion preventing crops, planting to farm woodlots, weed eradication or fallowing, there will be sufficient work for the tenant to do on this land, just as he would work on cultivating and harvesting a crop under ordinary conditions. In other words the landlord is offered an opportunity to build up the fertility of the soil on his rented acreage. Meantime the government Is paying him for doing what he probably has wanted to do for a long time but hadn't because ot his need for income from that acreage. In addition the landlord will receive half of the rent on this land early in 1934, and the income from his share of the corn raised on bis other land will be greater because if he nlgns a corn- hog contract, he Is entitled to borrow on his share at the rate ot 45 cents a bushel under the corn-hog plan. The contract provides against landlords renting 20 per cent ot LOOK for this sea! when baying iodised salt and thus avoid getting one that hasn't enough iodine to prevent simple goiterl* tJbmw* Kmu la to |0 lacking in fotfM IMI Ouy inr» wartUtn at tpiltr frnmtitti (Journal tf Amaitw UtHul Atmiation, Dtt, H, Mt). WHEN IT RAIMt. IT POURS Public SALE! in the Malvern Sale Barn SATURDAY, Dec. 23 • commencing at one o'clock p. m« OITTVi 25 Head of Calves, weight about 400 Iba. each, Several head Milk Cows; Some small Calve*. Shorthorn Bull, Some Black Poland China male pig*; Some stock hog»j Other* may be brought in tale day. ___ „..___ _ | Several dozen pullet*; Some geese and dressed pouU try. Buy your Sunday and Christmas meat, LUMBER AMD WOOD Several load* of chunk wood; Nice lot of Native POTATOES, FLOUR ETC, Bu, home grown Early Ohio potatoes; Several of IDEAL FLOUR} A lot of Sorghum. cent to a tenant. In ttren the two acreages Will be considered as two separate farm*. For example, on a fora with 160 acres of corn tend the landlord wotild not be able to tent 26 acres to the government and receive all the payment, out ft* would be permitted to rent 26 per cent of the 26 acres, Jnst as though H were a farm In itself, and receive benefit payments on only four acres. In signing the contract the producer Is asked to account for nil ot his farm acreage for 1932, 1933, and the age for the two years. For corn he gives the number ot acres planted hot for other crops he gives the number of acres bar- rested. In addition be is asked to gtve a brief 5-year production history of the contracted acres front 1929 to and Including 1933. the way In which the corn was used — harvested for grain, hogged Off, cut for siteage or fed green — also Is called for in his contract. On hog production the contract calls for the litters Owned by the producer when farrowed for both the spring and fall of 1932 and 1933, the total number of hogs raised from these litters, and how they were or are to be used, the nnmber of hogs produced for market for the two years, the 1934 maximum production for the market and the number of feeder and stocker hogs purchased and now on hand. This section of the Contract must be filled in by the producer and county committee. In another column is space for the adjusted figures in case producer and county committee figures do not agree. , The contract states that "Any Intentional misrepresentation ot fact made In this contract for the purpose of defrauding the United States will be subject to the criminal provisions of the United States code." This is, of course, for the protection of those who comply with the contract. F^ALfeSTATE Pat fttfft'—Going «*oft order and lanes business in Henderson. iJWfiSs hull in connection, fttfst 6* sold tttet. — Reft Datte, Hen- Notice to 4-H Boys All boys wanting to enter the calf club should leave their names at the Farm Bureau office. Calves should be weighed In not later than Jan. 1. WORK WAftltlD Shatr — Piano tuning. Leave orders With Collins Orng, ttftltetfe. ot Priest'* Drug store, Castings. 25tt. HOQS Sale -*• Chester White soring boars. — Phone 179-F6, Oscar tea. 14tf. For &de~-BIack Poland China male hogs. Good ones. — Oscar T. Briley, Malvern. 26tf. POULTRY CftMtteft tor Bale -»• Singers $1.75. females 75 cents and $1. Mr*. Milton Knight, Phone 78- Bitter City. 23-1. Capons for Christmas, *»• Oaten Boies, Phone 160-F23. 22-2, Sale — Buff Orpington cockerels from blood tested state accredited floc!i, 65c and 75c each, Also a few White Leghorn cockerels; 6 H ml. N.E. Matvern, mi. north of Highway 34.— Anthony Brlley. 20-3, yO*OT QO$ft IZOlRe SlSota. 1 hare had *6*«*t fmWftt <Je«- troyed by jrcfwiing <ra§f fit $ weelcg. I'tn * lover of «<#*. so don't want to tffi anyone's dot. hut hot snot fft a *ttre cxrre tot night prowlers. —CB«. W. &n1- livan. IJ-i. l^or 8al«B^&ry and treen elm wood 4nd potatoes. — ittfe *[*• Cofd. M-l. ftewt AMrtuUs^Can Art kins, Phone 14, Emerson, of City Meat Market, 6ft» MflVetn. 2Ut. fUktttsay ftefideHftg Hits*, Sfwsn* andoah, Phone 6 S3. Reverse loaf distance charges to us. Let nS haul your dead animals. Call tot one hog appreciated. Fresh tank- age for safe at all limes. !«-». For B*l« «• Piano. Customer near Malvern unable to finish payments. Only $49 left to pay. Cash only.—Write CWchett Piano Shop, toes Moines. 19-4, MISCELLANEOUS Special Year find Maytag Offer — Special Prices and Discounts on Square tub Maytag Aluminum Washers, Both new and used in Electric and Gasoline. See our representative or call at our store for details. — Thomson Hdwe., Red Oak, and Smith's Jewelry Store, Malvern. 23*2. [See Me For Subscription for Malvern Leader, i year — $ 2 Saturday Evening Pott, 1 year -~.$2 Lad!e»* Home Journal, 1 year $1 I Country Gentle* man, 3 year* $1 C, E. EACRETT f*» for fti* |f ft. f» ft*| frowf . tm. !ft batft. — B« B?*****. J*t**f Week •SPECIAL/* Elgin Bracelet Watches $1595 Boys* Bracelet Watches special at $995 Electric Oloeki Vt I»rice. Matty speclala all through our large stock in every line, Open Evening* Until ChrlaimBi Glenwood MISCELLANEOUS Whttl Trailer with ballooa Hire*, extra good] Heavy Stock S»4til«. Hit u»u»i run of IICW 1 ? FOBOfiT THB BARfl£CU£-S»turd»y bt * irtjtfday ia M»lv«n). Cwm Mrly to«aj«yth» Plan Home Project Work for Next Year Leader* Meet with Specialist Here Last Tuesday Mrs. N. May Larson, extension. home project specialist; met wltte a representative group of Fara** Bureau women Tuesday after*, noon, Dec, 12, at the Community building In Malvern, Plans were made for achieve* ment day which will be held in April following the completion of this year's home project work. The group also voted on the project to be carried on in the county next year and decided on fifth year nutrition as the project for 1934-35. Home project leaders attending the meeting were: Mrs. S. C. Lin* coin, Mrs. Lafe Lincoln, and Margaret Lincoln of Plattvllle township; Mrs. J, B. Clark, Mrs. Claude Wilson, and Edna Clark of Anderson township; Mrs. Lee A, Roland of Silver Creek township; Mrs, p, p. sawyers and Mrs, W, F. Andrew? of Center township; Mrs, W. P, Grouse of Peer Creek township, and Mrs, H, L. Nlms of White Cloud township. Seed Committee Contract* for Carload of Sweet Clover The Farm Bureau seed committee, consisting of Rollln Buffington of Olenwood, R. K. Henderson of Malvern, and Paul Jens of Glenwood, met with represent tatives of various seed companies on Wednesday, Pec. 13. They contracted for a carload of sweet clover and alfalfa seed tQ be delivered In February. Quo* tatlons hare been nailed Farm Bureau members on the seed prices. Pvery Farm Bureau member should determine what his needs •will fee and let tbe Farm Bureau office know. AN£YJ, BERKH1MER Admire* Farragut waj given command of a ship at tbe age el twelve years. He entered, tjje Navy at the age of z»loe. CLASSIFIED ADS ol Title rao- oj ^W^^^^ Fm^SH; ^V^^^RHwR"^ » BIG FREE if, OfZty-ri I S 5SHH5-5SS at MALVERN &H day :| —^W^* 1 - : .'Ki^?wW 1 • f LaWRMi: w/-,,'"*r,. J "'t^ , t _ te ^ Will be barbecued, ^s^^9^s^ l 9J^^^^^^^^^^^ toftlj who come, by experienced barbe^fjR|SK unde^^^? 0 ? ^ H^^l^in^ : | mons • ing. "*"7ii4" v "* SJfl '* iJ *' Tr " 6 "' 6a " : * ' iS !£'«&*. Ji-^JUife^'Ja ife^

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