The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 8, 1944 · Page 29
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February 8, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 29

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National Farm Institute at Jfes Mpiries Feb. 18-19 High Spots Are Taken by Farmers and Farm Leaders of Country Announcement was made by ternoon discussion groups the evening session will be devoted to the "Conditions of Co-operation for Stable Peace." The committee has acceptances Announcement was made by ine committee has acceptances the Des Moines Chamber of Com- from some outstanding business- merce that the .national farm in- men; farm leaders, and govern* stitute would be held in Des n»ent officials, but we are not Moines for the 7th time Feb. 18 --··--- J --- '- arid 19. institute was cancelled in 1943 because of transportation ^difficulties and the uncertainty of many national situations. During the course of the year the numerous letters from farmers and farm leaders, who are interested in the type of work that had been done through the institute, urging that the sessions be resumed i n ' 1944, prompted chamber officials to make this decision. The topic selected for discussion, according to Kirk Fox who is chairman ot the farm institute committee, is "The Farmer Looks Ahead to Peace." The institute committee is a part of the agricultural department of the Des Moines Chamber o£ Commerce. The topic is broken down into a 2 day session, with the first day devoted mostly to the worldwide viewpoint and "the second day to more or less the national viewpoint. The forenoon session Friday, Feb. 18 will be opened with an address oh, "Soil Resources at Home and Abroad," followed by addresses on, "What Are the World Facilities for Food Production?", and "How Well Can the World Eat Alter the War?" There -will be a noon luncheon meeting with an address on the subject, "The Effect of W a r T i m e Technological Developments on Our Agricultural Future." The afternoon, as has been customary at the farm institutes, will be devoted to discussion groups. Three separate sessions are set up in the afternoon with . a discussion leader and a panel that will-twite questions from the floor to be .discussed. The evening wUl be devoted to'ad- dresses by national figures on "The Global Problems of Post- War Agriculture," The second day will consist of addresses in the morning, discussion groups in the afternoon, and summation at an evening dinner meeting. Topics for Saturday morning are: "Effective Distribution of Manpower Between Farm and Factory and Armed Forces," "Our National Income After the War and What it Will Do To Our Food Buying Capacity," "Farm Finance and Food Production After the War," and "Geographical Consideration of Products." The noon session will be devoted to the topic of, "Pressure Groups and the General Interest." Following the a£- .,,.. ready to announce the names of men who will fill .the spots on the program. · The national farm institute, which has been sponsored annually, with the exception of last year, by the Chamber of Commerce and the farm organizations, is - fundamentally a .farm organization for discussion of agricultural problems as related to business. " It has often been called one of the most, unusual organizations in the country; in fact, it is not an organization, it has no officers, it has no dues, it passes no resolutions, and is politically impartial. It is just what the name implies--an institute for open discussion. Soak Wood With Kerosene to Rid of Post Beetles Small holes about the size of a pencil lead in joists or other wooden parts of a dwelling are a sign that the powder post beetle has been at work. Sometimes sawdust on the floor or ceiling is the first-sign of damage ' Powder post beetles probably are second to termites in insect damage uo Iowa dwellings, in the opinion of . Harold Gunderson, Iowa State college extension entomologist. He recommends soaking the wood with kerosene tur- Enough mustard was grown In the United States in the past 2 years to provide a supply for the next. 5 . SURE FIRE RESULTS. \ IT PAYS TO PLANT MULUINS "J" VARIETY All 'of the finest corn performance features are incorporated in the Mullins "J" Series aimed particularly at producing the best corn crop possible. There is a Mullins "J" variety suited to every need. Mallius Hybrid Corn Co! CORWTTH, IOWA For more and better eggs A good many of you poultry- men hive told its you like our |»ying Mash. Many of yon also come to us for your supply ·f Dr. Hess Products. We are now able to offer yoa Dr. Hess Laying Mash with Dr. Hess Pooltry Pan-a-min added --both in one bag! 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