Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa on January 30, 1957 · Page 28
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Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa · Page 28

Oskaloosa, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 30, 1957
Page 28
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* 14 Wed.. Jar. 30. 1957 OSKALOOSA WUUT MtALD Days... · traaipage IS) | early stage, it ia hoped fee aa* jsions on house and laws heautify- ling will be held ir a large teat treatment for weeds, several till-: 'erected close to the home to be meintorad aa IB the ateady definite of , az« method tor corn, demonatra- I used as a. model. i Sotftfc Cortral kwa Angus Show, Sale For ~.^- · place and the present John AM, FOR THE *OME, pn-'LmDlace. later this spring, Mr. manly, according to Zoe Murphy, ^ ^ Joha Gray plap to move Wallaces' Fanner women's editor, ^ houge ^^ ' hel prepare it win be a cooking school during for ^ show each of the two monungs o f a i e ^ VTERTA1XMEvr for every- *"· * S^USS^S one a^ will .e a bigjea^e of .^..^ it ^"-in? each o* lhe snow, and here s where Station SSli.^? r styt WHJWV win P^« "W^ following each morning and T * as ' s association now ai forward to and beginning to prepare for their 13th *""""1 spring abow and aale, to be held at Iowa fairgrounda IT. Following the show, on the ICth, to be held in the Christian church each day by Mrs. Leslie ; Smith. Iowa State college nuirion- Local girU and women will serve aa modela in the style show, to be conducted by Mrs. Mabel Oben- oha»Ti D Chicago, head of the Chicago office of Famous Feature Pattern* and a noted designer. Featured will be new designs and patierna made from new summer materials. Although the planning of the afternoon aeasions ia still in the entertainers and staged 11 broadcasts but also sponsored a j f rodeo and ouier events.; conjunction with the | will be the local en-i tertainment committee. j Under the general co-chairman-; ship of Walter CoK'iBe and Leo; ^Fox, the local steering committee-and about 11 operating committees j that have been sei vsp will be hard. at work this spring and early summer in preparing for the big event. I Hopes are high of making this farm show one of the best things: that has ever come to Oskaloosa for election of association officers are L. W. Leisure of Richland, president; Max Willhoit of Batavia, Clyde Plenty Of Corn SW Stored /n Mahaska County Directors are Lyle Smith of Sig- oumey. Glen Willhoit of Batavia, Rodger Stringfellow of Rose Hill Joe Dean Wells of PulaskL Top prices paid at the aaeocia- sale of last spring were (750 b? £n C STof*Sta5af *aS WOMIH AS Wili AS MEN will find 19 ..id20.TUiMMMrol.il.. Art* theeook- Si.175 for the reserve champion fe-! plenty to interest them at the ! 957 Corn Belt male, consigned by Mr. and Mrs. j Farm Family Reid Days, to be held on the John L. W. Leisure of Richland. i S. Gray farm southeast of Oskaloosa next June ing school session, one of the features of last summer's Raid Days event at'Bdora. (Herald Photo) crap, there ia of corn m the Saying nothing of the com in farm eriht that i. not sealed but rather held for feed or tor moving out, there a r e approximately 1,100,000 buabela of com in CCC bin. throughout the country, another 900,000 bushel, stored in the county*, warehouses, about COO.OOO bushel, of revealed corn on farm., and approximately 200,000 bushel. of new com now under aeal on farm, as of Jan. 1. The** are estimated figures released by the county AfiC office. THE mxrjuxn corn on farm. ia corn grown in the yean of 1*63, 145* and IKS, for which Carmen are receiving a M-ceat^wr-buahel storage rate. They are to hold "this corn at least until next Aug. 1. Approximately $90,000 bushels of old corn was delivered from the farms to the bin sites and warehouse* during the peat year. The com in the government bin. and warehouse, at present cover. been 1952 a four-year period, having grown in the years from to 300,000 »uatm§ aow aaaia it at a rate of ft.4l far roughly of new co^a the aame time. A conBMterabie en who higher price not complying meats and not BarllelpattBf !· tfce soil bank prograjai atttt aialid thetr corn for the lower aopattrt im*a at $IM. This eon aaKMnto ta 90,000 hnthelt. ar a *Mrtii at the UM com ASC officiate leak i backlog or eonaa the armnjeet argttmentlor the continuance of the aoil hank They aee the tamen in three waya by the prograai: (J) direct paymenta tor partteipatioa, (X) gaina in aoO fertility e» their farms, and (1) a reatorattoa at ata. bility in the open market, earned through the easing of the problem. 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