The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 31, 1948 · Page 4
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January 31, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 4

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THE DAILY REGISTER/ HARKJSBURG, ILL.. SATl'KDAY. J A N U A R Y 91, 1948 ' The 1947 Illinois corn crop, re- 'duced to 343 million bushels by Hummer heat and drought, was only two-thirds as large as last year's record crop a^id 10 per cent below the 10-year average. "use our EASY PAY PLAN * PAY LATER GOOD/YEAR Tires, tubes and batteries ... car and home needs. USE OUR EASY PAY PLAN MACS STORE 17 S. Main. Ilarrisburg, Pho. 11 H.-V. MrDaniel Dairy Breeding Plan Gains In Sco Illinois Counties It GO per cent of the dairy The central association. Monticel- heifers sired in one of the three l o . s e r v artificial breeding associations oi Illinois reach producing age. they should return about five and a quarter million dollars per year more above feed cost than a simi- ^ with headquarters at Dundee, ser \ices 27 counties in the northern one-third of the state. "The rapid growth in artificial b-eedmg of dairy cattle in Illinois the results i l;,r number of average cows in _, .. . . the state. i is due primarily to C S Rhode, dairv extension that have been secured, Knode specialist at the University of llli-1 observes. Farmers in general aie Training School For Rural Youth Held at Carmi V i J ^ l A V l v » * * * · · · · · £ » w»----»- -w » - - · * , . » - -- ·, H v i i l i l i t f * *.-V ·· v Carmi. Jan. 20. according to Paul, Helen Wise. T. Wilson.. Saline county farm ad- .j 2C k Wise. . nois. estimates that approximately 50.000 heifers will be sired by , association bulls during 1948. If 1.30.000 of them attain a milk-pro! ducing age. they should return 1 these added millions to Illinois dairymen through higher milk and butterfat production. I Nearly 20,000 Illinois dairymen i'-, 68 counties are cooperating in 'the artificial breeding project as i a means of improving the production 'and value of theii herds. . « familiar with --- o --- - «/\/\ fact that 200 uriselected daughters sired by association bulls averaged 12,0o i i cereal ion training school for Uural Youth recreation leaders. Information was included on !K.\V to do three new square dances that can be used in the county. One couple from each county took tin* instruction so that they can l.*s. the information on to others i n * t h e local counties. Nine Saline county Uural Youth Rural Youth members represent- members attended the Rural Youth .,,» Saline county at the district district training school held at naming school included Irene and - - · - . ollie Flo Ililliard. ._,, ..._. John Ed Alvcy, Calv i n Sutton. Eugene Miller. Nor- pointed out that the man button and Vertia Hcdgcr. ,,,, e school was sponsored jointly by the Illinois Extension Service a'nd the Illinois tural Association and was viser. Livestock Group Plans '48 Program Members of Saline County Farm Buicau Livestock Marketing Committee met with Sam Sorrclls, of the Livestock Marketing division of 1. A. A. at the Farm Bureau office Jan. 22 and outlined an educational program for 1948. The program outlined will include a county tour in August, a tour of Dixon Springs Experiment Farm in September, a Livestock Field and Outlook meeting in September, a Livestock Management and Disease Control meeting next winter; a tour of Livestock yards at East St. Louis next fall: and meetings with the various G. 1. Farm Training groups, this spring. Members of the committee are A. J. Tison, Sherman Bramlct, FIELD GARDEN LAWN SEEDS Re-Cleaned State Tested V I M U C l t l l « f c » · · vw *---.milking. Records are figured to maturity. The average cow in Illinois \\ill produce about 200 pounds ot butterfat. A cow vvitn that production will pay for her feed and overhead expenses but \\ill make no return for the labor required in caring for her Twenty-one counties affiliated during 1947. During 1948 more than during the year. Cites Individual Herd SisHSf Th t0ta ; VS ! U ? ^^Pr^i^"""^^ A Th G e h com n mit a tee wa, o S ne of cropy P^'T* 1 " 1 j h " 0 ' S S'^f' also decided that they would at- brin- ho?d 104T was ^ bl L h °o n d ; lend the annual meeting of Pro- rtSfialr.umc record and 8 per cent above d Livestock Commission at aunng jan-i.,,- nmvinns inch established rn . . . » uary ;hout the state during J a n - 1 } previous high established to assist Rural \outh of- cufi ficers and leaders in building better programs of activities. Matured speaker at the meet-, ing tor program committee mem-, bers was Jf C. Cole, veterinarian j or Carmi. Dr. Cole pointed oat the relationship ot brucellosis in cattle and swine to undulant fever! in man. and said that the great-! ,. l .^j... c, -- ,, est danger from infection was in, 100,000 cows in the state will be It j s a different story for a co\\, j handlin «, the an i ma ls or meat pro-! bred artificially, an increase of that will produce 4oO pounds ol. ductg b \, t that um j u i an t fever car. approximately 30.000 cows overi {£l; whicn is the average of the i bg c ' ontracted by drinking raw 1047 The artificial breeding is ri au o n tprs ot association bulls. A , done through three farmer-owned - ' -J -- aiid controlled nonstock, nonprofit «aug"ici» ui »«~"-"~" --;---. inijik from infected cows, or eat-i .Su^ffheTfeS^o?^!^^ that is not pr ° perly ! !£" e -^? e , S /". TM t*« 1 srfhoSJi C °ln e th discussion, .it was brought S1.50 an hour for'120 to loO hours out that the economic loss to farm- ae to Results |M.OU an ;iuui i«i *-« "j , ·,,« t h « l o u t that the economic loss 10 tarm- -» "ir'^SfiK ^.^S^^iJ^ S^V-iK WHEN YOUR BATTERY IS DOWN YOU'RE OUT IN THE COLD * ft ·FA ·S3 .--1 "» fM n x; n v S' A \: A i\ ·ts SX' i^ yi ^' ,+· t 'M A. sf \ .1' n v If \- ·Jf \\ f- . *, n V ON THE STAGE IN PER Replace your old, worn- out battery with a new GENUINE FORD BATTERY, NOW Priced right--guaranteed-made to fit all cars BARHAM- Your FORD Dealer WHIT! [LAIN Z i * : T* i ·** ? ·*· i * We have your electric range in stock! The best looking Electric Range on the markes! Choose the burner arrangement that suits you! The Icrgest oven! The biggest storage compartment! See Them Now! FORD \viii reuuu duuuw ^.".--·-.- ;-.-- While the classes for pro than the average cow m the staie. i j members were in ses Rhode cited one mamdualherf , on Harriett EUicott Qf the im as evidence of TMe improve«« noi Exte nsion Service conducted that is possible through the aru- ficial breeding program. Ten years, ago this herd of 22 cows averaged i L502 pounds of milk and 30,; pounds of butterfat. In 1946 the herd, which was still the same 1 size but made up largely of young, daughters of association bulls averN ! aged 11.985 pounds of milk and 1448 pounds of butterfat. This increased production is worth approximately 53,000 a year-to the! ; herd owner. i . I Farm Leaders emand Voice In Aid Plan WASHINGTON. Jan. 31.--(U.R)-- j Representatives of more than 2,000000 American farm families, J lined up today behind the European j reco\ery program, but asked' a ] f-stronger- voicesfor farmers m its administration. - a * Farm support came as some Re- [ publicans accused President Tru-j /man of trying to "jam something; 1 down the throats of Congress by; !his uncompromising, all-or-nothing! i stand on the Marshall recovery, plan. : ' ! \llan B. Kline, president of the j 'American Farm Bureau FedwH tion and J. T. Sanders, legislative, counsel of the National Grange. endorsed the European recovery, : program (ERP) as a contribution . 'to world peace. But both men: ' asked that the Secretary of Agn-1 .culture sit on a policy making, i Marshall plan commission. . J l Kline told the Senate Foreign, '/.Relations committee that u. . ' shipments of farm machinery and i nitrogen fertilizers could be made ' to Europe, despite shortages here Food shipments, he said, would place additional strain on the U. S. economy, but food exports under the program actually would be less than shipments in recent years. Sanders said that the recovery orogram might heal the breach between industrial countries of western Europe and food produc- in« regions of eastern nations. He wirned that the program should not be regarded primarily as a means of combatting Communism. Meeting Here on Feb. 3 to Discuss New Crop Varieties; \V 0 Scott from the Agronomy] Department. University of Illinois. - vilJ be in Harrisburs for a ir.cei- rc. Tuesday night Fcb 3. at the ri'fv hall at 7 p. m. to discuss new 'arictfes of ciSps. Paul T. \V.lson. farm adviser, announced today. Mr Scott will discuss ncxv vanc- t-cs of oats, wheat, soybeans Ic- cumcs. and pasture crops, \\ilson ttid With the information avail- ?.blc from the Dixon Springs Farms. and Southern Illinois Experiment Mation Mr. Scotl will be able }i make recommendations as to the varieties of those crops best adopted to Saline county soils. \Vith the growmc interest in soil conservation, and the adaption of croppinc practices that will conserve soil, farmers arc interested in obtaininc information on in.provcd varieties of small grains. ;.m« new pasture crops that can l,o used to increase viclds of forage lr acre of pasture land. Wilson stated. i Since it has been two years since a mectinc of this kind has been J-,cld in Saline county, a sood re- rrescnta'ion of farmers is expected at this mcctinc. This information will be particularly helpful to the young farm- frs enrolled on the G. I. training courses uho arc just getting start- c'i in farming. DORRISViLLE PHONE 220R PURINA CHOW FEEDS Bran and Shorts Field Garden Lawn FERTILIZERS / V Rock Phosphate Super Phosphate] Mixed Fertilizer MAKE THIS YOUR HEADQUARTERS GODARD'S Farm Market W. Elm Harrisburg HEADQUARTERS PURINA'CHOWS and JARM SUPPLIES w ** I w w ·% Family Party FEATURE... One of The Theatre's Most Popular Attractions I MAGIC ... MYSTERY MUSIC . . . SIR EDWARDS AND CONSTANCE SIR EDWARDS AND CONSTANCE 30 Minutes of Mystifying Magic -30 Minutes of Mental Phenomena * TEX JUSTUS AND HIS TEXAS COWBOYS You Have Heard Them On The Air- Now See Them in Person. A Program You'll Be Talking About For Months to Come DON'T MISS IT TEX;JUSTUS * EVERYTHING FREE - IT'S TIME FOR FUN - JUST ENTERTAINMENT * The 1947 Illinois pig crop totaled 8,809.000 head, almost 2 per cent over 1946 and 8 per cent I above the 10-year average. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY To Our "Once A Year" Appreciation Event TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd Beginning at 7:00 P. M. 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