Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 28, 1962 · Page 3
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June 28, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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Home economics career Choices many and varied Ranging from "homemaker" to "Peace Corps volunteer," the 201 members of the College of Home Economics graduating class at Iowa State university have found far-flung and varied careers. Forty of the women who were graduated last month chose the most popular of the careers, "homemaker," as their profession. Teaching Home Economics urn! kindergarten is the preference of 35 of the graduates. Advanced study is contemplated by 21 of the graduates, and 18 will serve as dietetic interns in hospitals throug out the United States. Extension work is the career choice of 10 of the women. Textiles and clothing merchandising was chosen by eight Five women arc- employed in community service projects. Two women are being trained is lithographers by their employer; one is an assistant to an interior decorator; seven are working in several areas of consumer relations with large utility and appliance companies; three have pus itions in large restaurants; one i:5 a society reporter for an losvn newspaper; one is in government work; one is a bookkeeper, antl one is a secretary. Two graduates are going abroad, one as .a Peace Corps volunteer and the other as a member of the International Farm Youth Exchange. Laveda Ann Jansoniif;, Ackley, will enter training for a Peace Corps assigment in Peru and Gwyneth Ann Jones, Ainsworth, will go to Ireland in the IFY'C program. Mrs. Irene H. Buchanan, place ment director for the College of Home Economics, noted a yearning for distant places among the graduates this year. "It seems to me that the women were more venturesome and wanted jobs in far away places," she said. "They were willing to go to see what they could find instead of wanting to be certain there was a job waiting for them in the vicinity." As a result, 45 of the graduates struck out for such places as New York City, San Francisco, and Houston to look for jobs on their own. Mrs. Buchanan said that starting salaries for Home Economics graduates ranged from $4,000 to $5,000 a year. Proper installation Of bulk milk tank Will prevent trouble Proper installation of your bulk milk tank at first will insure quality and save you money and worry later on, says Extension Dairyman Earl Wright, at Iowa State university. Wright says that you first need to select the location and room for the bulk milk tank and have it approved by the sanitation or fieldman before you start installation. This prevents development of quality problems later. He advises dairymen to locate the milk house close to the milking barn or palor. However, it should also be situated where it is easily accessible for tank pick-up, he added. The size of the milk house or milk room must be enough to accommodate the bulk tank and other facilities. Wright suggests the following sizes as guides: If you receive 50 or less gallons of milk per day, you should have 168 square feet of floor area for every other day pick up. For 50 to 100 gallons per day, you need 216 square feet; for 100 to 160 gallons, 240 square feet, and for over 160 gallons of milk per day, add 0.4 square feet for each gallon of milk. Outstanding record The Holstein-Friesian association of America has announced the completion of an outstanding official production record by a registered cow in this area: Spies Carnation Joleen Ace 3357686, a 10-year-old owned M. J. Leon and Son, Maynard, produced 15,423 pounds milk and 526 pounds butterfat in 365 days. Iowa State university supervised the weighing and testing of production as a part of the official herd testing programs of the national Holstein organization. In contrast, the annual production of the average U. S. dairy cow is generally estimated at approximately 7,000 pounds of milk containing 265 pounds of butterfat. Try An Ad In The Leader EARL — INSURANCE AGENCY Is A Regular •? INSURANCE SUPER MARKET Where You Get-The BEST DEALS ON INSURANCE '•" And You Get IERVICE, TOO! viHh Super Valu LL'S SUPER VALU so -dependent ^ « Persona! m«,,,, re of scr L " ?"P«™rk« W uh ?ve arc affiliated wfch Su* - ^ *' Becausc "ifis and .election. «'« Proud of onr ' WC Ciln ° ff « Delicious — satisfying — yet far from fattening — tli.u's tciulcr, juicy 1st Choice Fresh .Frozen Chicken. IsJ Choice Fresh Froze?i Gov'l. 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