The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 3, 1937 · Page 33
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March 3, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 33

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NINETEEN FARM BUREAU NEWS * * * = ? * A Weekly Feature Depicting Activities of Cerro Gordo County Organization Nutrition Is Studied by Women Special Emphasis. Placed on Correct Cookery This Year. Miss Florence E. Zollinger, who has been home demonstration agent in Cerro Gordo and Hancock counties since last October, has found work in these counties interesting, she says. The home project groups have chosen nutrition for their main topic of study this year. Special emphasis has been placed on correct vegetable cookery, cost of adequate meals, tender meat cookery and modern trends in bread making. Each school district is entitled to send a home project representative to one of the home project training schools and then this leader in turn takes back the lesson material to the women in her community. Two coming events that are of particular interest to the rural women and girls of this county are the district posture conference on March 10 anc home project achievement day on April 21. Eleven counties of this dis- liict are meeting in Mason City on March 10 for a 4-H girls posture conference. Miss Ella Gardner of the U. S. department of agriculture will conduct the conference. Achievement day will be the culmination o f ' the home project work for the women this year. An all day program is being arranged which includes special feature exhibits by eacl township, a music recognition contest in which all members o homemaker study groups are to participate and program events by individual townships 01 groups ot townships. The fruit supply is .smalle than last winter an6 pptccs are higher. Farm Bureau Exchange Members are asked 'to consult Farm Bureau office for advertising rates on this column. FOR SALE -- Duroc Brood sows, farrow - in April. Shorthorn bull, 2 yrs. old. Axel Anderson, Mason City. FOR SALE--Polled Hereford Bulls. Golden King Seed Corn. William Mc.Artb.ur, Mason City. FOR SALE--Timothy seed tested, clean, high germination. Cut from pasture mixture. Contains alfalfa and clover. Priced right. - George Hitzhusen, Cartersville. Knows Fanners FARM BUREAU O F f l C E O S . M. Hall President . A. Ludeman Vice President A. M a t h r e . . . , Secretary lUrley S. Stanfield Treasurer FARM BimCAU DIRECTORS rant. ; .Howard, Cash, Clear Lake incoln Irvine Ashland, Clear Lake ime Creek . . , Leslie VanNote, Mason City alls, j . . . .Paul H. Matzen, Mason City lear Lake . . .Walter Wood, Clear Lake ake A."FI. Stuil. Clear Lake 'nson Elgar Z. Haight. Mason City ortland Pavil Spoil?, Nora Springs nion , . . . .R.-F. Miner, Clear Luke [ount Vernon : J. C. Oehlert, Clear Lake ialh Cecil H. Arise. Rockwell Hvcn t\ L. Thompson, Rockford I rimes _ , . R i c h a r d James, Thornton leasant Valley '. Clarence XJlum. Swalcdale Genuseo Frank Kirk, Rockwell louslierty , . , Barney Dougherty. Dougherty HOME PItOJECT CHAtltMBN Grnnt Mrs. Ernest Carr, Clear Lake if n co In Mrs, Trvihe Ashland, Clear Lake Lime Creek Mrs. Pcler Frahm. Mason City ^lls Mrs, Martin ' Hendrickson, Nora Springs Clear Lake i . . . . . .Mrs. Elmer Nelson, Clear Lnlte La.lie. . .Mrs. Ben S k n d c l n n d , Clear Lake r l i i s o n . . Mrs. George Holt, Mason City 'ortland ...Mrs. A. P. Ftrockett, Nora Springs Union Mrs. Hugh Strain, Ventura It. Ver no n .. Mrs, J. R, Richardson, Clear Lake Bath Mrs. Cecil A vise, Rockwell O\vcn . ..-Mrs. John Currnn. Mason City Grimes I . . . M r s . Carl Floy, Thornton leasant Valley . . Mrs. Clarence Rawson, Sheffield ^eneseo Mrs. Will Brims, Sheffield Jougherly Mrs. E. G- Dougherty. Dougherty County Home Project C h a i r m a n . ... Mrs. E. P. DeGraw, Mason City Chairman Boys' Club Committee... . Earl M. Dean. Mason City Chairman Girls' Club Committee r Mrs. Earl M. Dean 'ubHcUy Committee-1. 'M. Hall, Mrs. R. Furleiyh, Leiyh Currnn. Acting County A[ienl Andrews' N. Olson County Club Afient PauL-Hcmlerson lome Demonstration Agent Florence ZolUnccr O f f i c e Assistant . . .Gcnovievc M, Smith Office 213 Federal BldR,. Mason Cily Milk Group Meeting is Held Here Dr. Stouder Discusses Milk Quality; Session One of Series. Milk producers and distributors of the county met on Friday afternoon. Dr. K. W. Stouder o£ the extension service gave an excellent discussion on improvement o£ quality of milk. This is one ot a series of meetings which have been arranged by Claude Pfow ot the city health department in co-operation with the Farm Bureau. Salesmen experienced on the farm enable the Mason City Hardware company to. meet well the needs of farmers. One of ' these salesmen, H. L. (Mack) McCuHa, above, was it farmer for 30 years 6 miles northeast of St. Anssar in Mitchell county, before eo- ing into (he hardware business 5 years ago. The company handles p o u l t r y supplies, 1'orks, hardware for farm buildings, rope, paints, Burpee can sealers and supplies, axes, saws, stock sprays, gasoline pressure stoves, Perfection kerosene line, Aladdin kerosene lamp, Monarch coal, wood -ranges ami Hcatrolas, and Electrolux kerosene refrigerators. H. K. Pane, another salesman in the store, is also well qualified for serving the farmers. (Lock Photo, Kayenay Engraving) Livestock Precautions Are Listed Wisconsin State Director of Sanitation Gives His Views. In discussing the subject of buying disease-free livestock, Dr. W. Wisnicky, Wisconsin.state director of livestock sanitation, said (hat the observance of six precautions will save Cai-mers from making innumerable costly mistakes in their livestock purchases. He cited these precautions as follows: 1. Do not depend entirely upon your own powers of observation when purchasing livestock o£ any class to determine if it is free from disease. 2. Protect yourself by having the established and recognized tests applied for certain diseases. 3. Determine, if p o s s i b l e , whether the animals originate from herds or flocks free from disease. 4. When you bring the newly- purchased livestock onto your farm, be sure to isolate them for a period of three weeks. 5. Apply retests, such as the Bang or tuberculin test, if that is deemed necessary. G. Make sure after the isolation period that the animals are healthy before permitting them o mingle with other livestock on the farm. ' It would be best if cattle to be added to a clean herd were urchased from a herd in which ill o£ the animals have passed one or more completely negative Bang and tuberculin tests. Newly purchased .horses kept n isolation should not be permitted to use the same watering rough as oilier horses on (he farm, he warned. "If you buy hogs, try io purchase them from herds that are entirely disease-free and in first class, healthy condition," he stressed. Richardson to Give Broadcast Friday J. D. Richardson, chairman of the Cerro Gordo county soil conservation administration, will be in charge of the Farm Bureau broadcast on KGLO Friday afternoon at 1:15 o'clock, Andrew Olson, acting county agent, announced, Mr. Richardson is expected to outline the program of his organization for the coming year. WANTED HIDES and WOOL Carl Stein 111 6th S. W. Phone 470 day evening at the Axel Anderson home. A meeting o£ the Boys 4-H club leaders was held at the Farm Bureau office on Mondny afternoon. Rex Berestord ot the extension service met with the leaders. Because of blocked roads It was necessary to cancel the last week of home project nutrition training schools and to arrange a new schedule for phase 3 ot ihe course. The following is the new schedule: Lime Creek-Falls townships, Monday, March 22, home of Mrs. William McArthur. Union-Mt. Vernon townships, Wednesday, March 24, home of Mrs. Frank Marlow. Grant-Clear Lake townships, Tuesday, March 30, home of Mrs. Abe VanHooscn. Mason - Portland townships, Wednesday, March 31, home of Mrs. D. H. Bitterman. Lake-Lincoln townships, Saturday, April 3, 'home of Mrs. E. A. Thrams. Owen township Farm Bureau met on Wednesday evening at the Ben Hitzhusen home. The Booster Boys 4-H club including club members from Portland, Owen and Mason township will meet on Thurs- Sold with this PENNSYLVANIA TB FREE Pennsylvania is the forty- third state to obtain the modified accredited rating which signifies that bovine tuberculosis has been reduced to less than one-half. o£ one per cent. Celebrating the state's conquest oC this disease, an achievement day was held. NOW IS THE TIME TO START IMPROVING THOSE FARM B U I L D I N G S · THE HOUSE · THE BARN · CORN CRIB · HOG HOUSE · CHICKEN COOP Each of these can be bettered by a few feet of lumber . . . or maybe it is o new one you need. We will be glad to talk to you about it at any time. L. A. PAGE LUMBER CO. 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