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Eureka Humboldt Standard (Newspaper) - April 10, 1959, Eureka, California Surging Wool Market To Be Discussed At Meet 4-H Club Members Compete For Demonstration Honors HUMBOLDT STANDARD Friday April 10 1959 Page 20 AGRICULTURE Supervisor Explains FHA Program For Local Farmers DEMONSTRATIONS such as rect way to tie knots are included -in the presentations to be judged THOMAS River 4-H club member demonstrates correct electrical procedure in recent competition He will be among some 130 youngsters competing for top honors Saturday at the annual stration field day Notes From Your University Of California Farm And Home Advisors P 0 Bldg Rm 307 HI Are you up-to-date on A conference on for the Family will be held on Wednesday from to p m at Carson Memorial Building Harris and J streets Eureka Top professional people in their field have for the program to give new developments on this subject Speakers will 1 Hilda Faust Extension Nutritionist of the University of California She will discuss A New Look at and also give information or what research has learned about cholesterol 1 2 Paul D Moynihan M D president of the Norte County Medical Society who will present some of the problems of nutrition as he sees them in our county James W D D S representing the Humbold County Dental Association who will enumerate some o the problems of nutrition an dental health 4 Mary Farr associate pro of home economics Humboldt State College wh will speak on Nutrition fo the Young and 5 Katherine horn advisor in 4-H club work wh will present the When we are Wha Store Frozen Foods At Zero Or Below Washington din The Assoc alion of Food and Drug ood Means This promises to be an ent program a real learning Serving on the planning for the event K C Guilliams Eureka nd Mrs Joseph Cruz Arcata om the County Home Ad- isor Group Mrs Dorothy R N adult ion nurses training and Mrs Villiam Silva Arcala district chairman Nutrition Expert To Speak Here JS Cheese Purchases Drop 85 Percent Sold More Dairy Products Than Bought Mary B Farr Mrs Mary B Farr associat professor of home economics Humboldt State College wil be a speaker at the Nutrition for the Family conference t held at the Carson Memor recommended today Wednesday from t frozen foods be stored at m degrees or below Mrs Farr the co Above this temperature the lege staff seven years ago an association said frozen now acting head of horn deteriorate rapidly She received he stantial loss in quality and B S and M S degrees from Oregon State College with Saturday Here Ronald Hartman left and Eddie Hunt both of Garberville ex- plain the steps To raise the value of their farms and increase their in- comes a number of Humboldt and Del Norte county farmers are thinking in terms of better soil conservation practices permanent pasture ment full development and use ot farm water supplies and good ep o r ts Sam Newman Farmers Home Administration county super visor The Farmers Home has a loan program to help eligible farmers carry out needed soil and water ation measures he said and added that the practices most needed and mostly likely to be carried on through the cy's loans in this area include drilling wells developing More than 100 young ple will be competing day for honors at the sixth annual Humboldt County 4-H Field day at the South Bay Union mentary school Demonstrations will start at 10 m Winners will enter the regional tion May 16 in Santa Rosa Miss Katherine Welker 4-H advisor says The judging schedule Room one clothing Cathie Shields emcee Sue co ordinator Davis Mrs E N Dunning and Mrs W K Kinssies judges Room two food tion and home economics Karen Farland emcee Janet co-ordinator Mrs Er- nest S c h u 1 e r Mrs Kent Castle Mrs James judges Koom three other ties Sue Tucker emcee anda B e s a w co-ordinator Mrs Ed Floersch Mrs George Delp Mrs Edward Schmidt judges Room four electricity and farm machinery poultry and rabbits crops culture Linda Polasek em- cee Mrs W G Schroeder Archie Mulvaney and ert Payne judges Room five livestock An- thony Tucker emcee Mrs Melvin Martin Mrs Emil Polasek Mrs Hilda berg Talent Peggy Niles em cee Mrs Melba Toma ell Byrd Mrs Tarn Moore judges General committee for the event is Gene Senestraro Joe Giacomini Mrs Floyd Davis and Mrs Schuler River club plans to operate a concession stand at lunch time WASHINGTON The Agriculture Department said this cheese purchases under the price support luring the marketing year totaled ounds down 85 per cent from the previous marketing year Through sales barter and the department got id of more dairy bought last season thereby educing government stocks Butter purchase for the April 31 1959 period p o nn ds own 30 per cent from the 8 marketing year Purchases if dry milk during ame period totaled rom the previous season In addition to thp dry milk purchased under the price program the ment also bought pounds for domestic donation Through March 31 the de- disposed oC 100 pounds of butter 00 pounds of cheese and 832 pounds of dry At the end of the marketing year uncommitted stocks 01 hand totaled of butter pounds o cheese and of dry milk The total of almost 66 mil lion pounds of the three prod on hand on March 31 com pares with pound in 1954 and to 300 pounds for the las three marketing years Washington Farmer stand to make less money from their hogs this year than the did in 1958 because of fluctua in the relative price o the animals to the price of corn the key livestock feed The price ratio i March averaged 13.4 fo the Agriculture Depar II Art U M f M AM lain It M 111 OK A daily choice of our Greal Proved Siring with High Production and Desirable type e High conception rales e A planned breeding program START NOW Your will your Sit your lor DOLLAR dairy FOR SIRVICE AND INFORMATION CALL HUMBOLDT PROVED SIRE SERVICE TO 207 Arcala VA Livestock Market News nis means that 100 pounds ve hog was equal in value to 3.4 bushels of corn In March 958 the ratio was 18.2 major in dietetics and a mino n household administration Prior to coming to State she taught at Orego State College in Corvallis a University of Oregon in E and at Stale Col- lege in Chico Nutrition for he Young Mother will be presented by Mrs Parr who will emphasize that today we are confronted with many early marriages 16 and 17 year In the cases where pregnancy soon follows and own Washington uni The Senate as okayed a to strip culture Secretary Ezra T enson of his authority to veto of the Rural ation Administrator The measure was approved by a 60 to 27 vote he Senate rejected 74 to 13 substitute that would have nadc the Rural Electrification Administration an independent agency Washington Ud The Eisen ower Administration's policy f cutting farm price supports las not checked the rise in con umer food prices according o a Democratic leader of the louse farm bloc We were eating cheaper back when farm support prices vere Rep W R Poage Assistant Agri culture Secretary Marvin I McLain Wednesday at a Housi agriculture subcommittee hear ng on peanut supports Washington Sen Home 3 Capehart was re preparing a arm that represents a d red challenge to the er administration Reliable sources said Cape hart's would continue acre age controls on most crops with price supports at levels or higher It would lock up present sur pluses in a special reserve fo emergencies and propose great expansion of the conser vation feserve to hold down f u lure surpluses The also would step u research to find new industria tary Benson's top legal adviser since May 1954 was reported ready to resign in the near ture Farrington a s reported leaving to take a job with a wool marketing co-operative in Boston nm department solicitor Robert L arrington Agriculture ary Benson's top legal nee May 1954 was eady to resign in the near fu before the young body is complete both she and her infant may fer Proper foods to meet these needs and insur a healthy mother and baby will be dis- cussed markets for surplus crops Agriculture Secretary Ezr T Renson proposes price supports One Republican source at th told United Press national that bi was part of an effort to a congressional Re p u b I i c a farm policy that would be sep arate and distinct from the Ei policy in th minds of rural voters Washington nro department solicitor Robert I Farrington Agriculture Seen Section Meet ire Farrington was reported eaving to take a job with a ool marketing co-operative in Wool Payment Deadline Hears Final date for filing ions for the incentive payment or wool wooled lambs old is April 30 Henry lindley office manager he Agriculture Stabilization Conservation committee re- minded this week To be eligible the wool or lambs must have been sold during the program year which begins April 1 1958 and ended on March 31 1959 To file for the payment on shorn wool the producer must submit the original sales ments which shows the date sold the number of pounds and the net payment received and for unshorn lambs the documents must show the date sold the number of head and the In addition the law requires that a producer when filing his applications for the incentive payment must report all un- shorn lambs purchased since April 1 1956 and the tion of such Iambs He must have a receipt showing the dale purchased number of head and the weight If the lambs are sold with the wool on then the documents must show the date sold number of head and the on the date sold If the lambs purchased were shorn at a and the wool shorn from these lambs is included in the sales ments for which the tion is made on shorn wool then the producer must so state Wool producers who have not yet filed their applications Janet Crane Realities Not Dreams i the theme chosen for the an Future Homemakers o America section meeting a Ferndale high school Saturday Janet Crane section dent a sophomore from Fern dale will preside Approximately 175 girls arc expected from all the junio and senior high schools in Humboldt county Highlight in the day's ties will be the afternoon ion show in which garment made in homemaking classes a school will be modeled by members Alternating with th fashions will be talent number furnished by each chapter spring theme will be used a the for the and appropriate arrangement will deck the stage Throughout the past yea he individual chapters hav seen working on projects 1 FHA relations in the communities A portion of tli morning program will be d voted to skits pantomimes and visual aids so the the girls may illustrate their progress to the entire section To climax the day there will be the installation service for the new officers This service will he conducted in white ead water facilities sprinkler systems improving etc The making of soil and water loans to farmers ho are eligible is one of the unctions of the agency's office located at Santa Rosa le supervisor pointed out Humboldt an d Del Norte have a three member committee and one of s duties is to determine hether or not an applicant is ligible for a loan To be eligible the ant must be a farm owner 01 perator with necessary ex- whose credit ments for soil and water con improvements can ot be supplied through priv te or cooperative sources The agency has completed four years o soil and water con loans under the pres nt program Newman said During that time approximate y individual farm fam ies throughout the nation lus approximately 150 associa ions serving 100 families have About 80 per cent of otal helped farmers develop arm waler and irrigation sys ems This included buying pumps motors and piping wells and construct ng and repairing irrigation litches and laterals Farmer ised the rest of the loan fund o develop farmstead water sys ems and for soil conservation such as terracing im pastures drainage am ree planting For the present fiscal yea congress made avail able for direct soil and wate conservation loans This is i addition to a large a m o u n local banks or o t h e lenders may advanc or this type of loan with re in full insured by th Home Other types of loans avai able to eligible farmer through this agency are farm operating farm housing an arm ownership Information Farmers Home Administratio assistance may be secured b calling at the Agricultural Sta and Conservation o fice Third and G streets Eu reka or writing to the Farm ers Home Administration 51 Hahman drive Santa Ros California rices Move Jp Program Set Saturday The current upsurge in wool rices be one of the major oints of discussion during the County Wool Association meeting ay in Ferndale Chet Wing secretary of the t a t e organization revealed riday the going price is more tan 50 cents per pound in earby areas He also said there is a good state wool vs will receive a half-cent per ound reduction on lambs Harold M Davis hipped to he east A learing is slated next week on he freight rate question N e w liques will be the topic of I II Davis talk to local wool rowers during the session at the county grounds Davis is manager of Doane Services Inc New Economic Forces will be explained by John Hopkin agricultural economist with the of America according to Harris Connick president ot the Both Davis and Hopkin will talk during the morning sion The luncheon speaker will be Reuben Albaugh extension animal husbandman with the University of California baugh will show how new de- in the wool try affect Humboldt county Business matters will be handled during the afternoon session Then Dr Gordon Schultz sheep disease specialist state Department of Agriculture will discuss sheep disease lems Wing also will speak during the afternoon Lunch will be served by the Evening Circle of the Ferndale Congregational church Miss Crane and the following officers will relinquish their positions to new Gallagher vice-president Arcata Nan Patton secretary Fortuna Michele Ambrosini treasurer Fortuna Barbara Meier rian South Fork Andrea Rovai historian Fortuna Bonny Panno pianist Eureka Watts song leader Eu- reka Karen Boone reporter South Fork and Linda dal corresponding secretary Ferndale are urged delay to do so without Annual Crab Feed Slated Friday The annual crab feed of the Pacific Breeders Co-op will be held April 17 at the Ivanhoe hotel at 8 p m in Ferndale Kenneth Kellen local repre announced today Kellen said the annual co-op report will be presented along with a review of the sires arid movies on sires pur chased during the past year and heir milking daughters These will include a strip 01 High Zenith sey sire recently purchased from Donald and Harold Gia comini of Ferndale YOU CAN'T BEAT GEHL for simplicity or capacity Take a look at a Gehl then check other pers You can see the Gehl Alt is so simple in construction you know it will be trouble-free And watch it barrel through the biggest windrows for REAL capacity Besides the Hay Pick-Up Attachment you can fit your Gehl with a Mower Bar At- and I or Crop Attachments NEW PTO FORAGE WAGON Take it new self- unloading PTO forage box It's really automatic just sit on the tractor seat and watch it un- load silage hay or green pasture Simply hook up the PTO and watch it empty quickly evenly into blower or feed bunk This Gehl forage box costs less than others Ask for a demonstration in your field HAMBLIN FARM EQUIPMENT CO Corners Phone Ferndale
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