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The Modesto Bee from Modesto, California • Page 36

The Modesto Bee from Modesto, California • Page 36

The Modesto Beei
Modesto, California
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Names Matt McClatehy Serviit LIVINGSTON Merced Co Livingston Community 4H Club has chosen Louise Luond as president Other officers are Tony Marcos vice president Gary Swickard secretary Jo Ann Bailey treasurer Richard Allen reporter Michael Allen recreation leader The club will provide color bearers for the October and January meetings of the Livingston Union Elementary School Parent-Teachers Association and will enter a float in the Veterans Day parade in Livingston November 1 1th IN THE FAMILY Because she had the best milking shorthorn fat steer at the field day Mary Anderson receives a registered milking shorthorn heifer from her father host for the event There were five entries in the competi tion The steer at left will be shown at the Grand National Livestock Exposition in San Francisco late this month The average California form is now about 371 acres While not directly comparable because of the change in definition of the av erage size of the 1954 farm was 307 acres FARM LOANS BEST JUDGES Pat Anastasio of Tracy San Joaquin County left and Gary Harrison of Denair divided honors as the best Future Farmers of America judges of milking shorthorns during the San Joaquin Valley Milking Shorthorn Breeders Association field day at the Elmer Anderson ranch on Crows Landing Road They flipped a coin to determine which prize each would get Long Term Annual Pmts Reasonable Interest COAST MORTGAGE CO 917 13th St LA 3-0774 Bee Want Ads Get Results il HIT TREES and VINES BEST FOR ADULTS Mrs Jack Barnes of Valley Home left and Mrs Harriett Jauch of Plymouth Amador County tied for first place among the adult judges at the milking shorthorn event Bee Photos Shorthorn Men Host Youths At Field Day Farm youths from as far distant as Amador County were drawn to the San Joaquin Valley Milking Shorthorn Breeders Association field day at the Elmer Anderson ranch on the Crows Landing Road last weekend The Future Fanners of America and 4H Club members heard an explanation of the breed characteristics of the milking shorthorn participated in a judging contest and were treated to a free lunch Steer Contest Five youths also presented fat steers for judging with the winner receiving a regis-tered milking shorthorn heifer Mary Anderson daughter of the field day host won the event In the judging contest the winners were: Future Farmers of America: Gary Harrison Denair and Women Set Meet Modatchy Newspapers Service ATWATER Merced Co The care of carpets and rugs will be the topic when the Jordan Home Extension Center meets at 7:30 PM Tuesday in the home of Mrs Grace Es-pinola at 2737 North Sultana Drive Atwater Pat Anastasio Tracy San Joaquin County tied for first Danny Witt Eienair second David Gonzales Tracy third Other Winners 4H: Kenneth Moore Hugh-son first Allan Russell Kat-tinger second Donna Norris Hughson third Adults: Mrs Jack Barnes Valley Home and Mrs Harriett Jauch Plymouth Amador County tied for first Jack Barnes second David Risling Modesto Junior College dairy instructor served as official judge ORDER NOW while most varieties are still available OUR FIELDMEN WILL HELP YOU Phone us and Leonard James or "Pat' Patterson will call inspect your land and advise you on ground preparation rootstocks and varieties Costly mistakes can be prevented No obligation of course WALNUTS It seems to us our walnuts this year are the finest we have ever grown Hartley Eureka Payne and Waterloo are available You are invited to see them now growing in our nursery next to the Del Rio Golf and Country Club WE GROW A WIDE VARIETY OF COMMERCIAL FRUIT AND NUT TREES AIR-O-FAN ORCHARD SPRAYERS Home of the MERCED ALMOND THE PAVING THE BEST PRICE WITH CASH ON DELIVERY FOR ALMONDS WALNUTS and BLACK WALNUTS WE FURNISH SACKS OR BINS JOHNSON FEED SUPPLY CO 11TH AND STREETS PHONE LA 4-3101 A size for any job! Diesel Gas or L-P Powered! 300-400-500-600 Gal Tanks FARM EQUIPMENT CENTER Modesto 1220 99 Hiwoy Turlock 1575 Lander Ave BUIKH1IELL NURSERY SINCE 1942 GROWERS OF DEPENDABLE NURSERY STOCK PH 523-1834 4101 McHenry ave 4 Miles North of Modesto Modesto California THE MODESTO BEE Sunday October 15 1961 F-6.

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