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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 22, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                n 0 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE AND MAY 22 1929 BETTER ROADS BETTER FARMING OF INTEREST TO FARMERS FARMERS OPPOSE SUMMER TIME Daylight Saving Time Does Make Difference With Rural Population fly ARTHUR H JENKINS Editor The Farm Journal for Ccn tral Press Among the opponents of sum rnerjitime in this country the rural population is by long odds the most determined group It was farm influence that had the national daylight saving law repealed as soon as the war was over in 1919 It is farmers who have forced antiday light savinglaws thru the legislatures of many of the states actively seconded by movie theater owners and some other special classes Itis easy to see why the movies should look with disapproval on the outdoor evenings of the city popula tions But is harder to account for the fixed antipathy of farm people What difference does it make to farmers when city people sret UD andtgo to bed There are to be sure important contacts between country and city thatmust be made Milk trains and HEADS CONFERENCE 4H CLUB ACTIVITIES COWS PO NOT EAT NORtET DOWN MJU BY THE CLOCK DANZIG Germany land classificatinos is the key to so lution of virtually all soil prob lems says Dr Curtis F Marbut chairman of the international com mission on genesis classification morphology and mapping of soils which held its sessions here Dr Marbut Is chief bf the soil survey of the breau of chemistry and soils United States department of agricultureHe reported to the conference the progress of the soil survey of his government which as a guide to farm practice and a means to increase crop production is becoming established as the sci entific foundation of Americas whoe program of agriculture The commission attended by noil scientists from all parts of the SHORT COURSE STARTS JUNE 16 Opportunity Will Be Given to Study Experimental Plots ALLISON May Jun ior short course and state conven tion of 4H clubs will be June 16 to 19 1929 at Ames The Western 1 Passenger association is offering special round trip rates Opportunity to study expert mental plots in the farm crops wil be a real treat to the boys Here they will see the results of the lat est experiments to develop highei yielding strains of corn and grains varieties of alfalfa anc many other interesting experiments that help to show a new day in agri culture For Higli Team 11U111 ttll JJciL LS UL JJ1U trucks leave at certain hours and world was charged with preparing when those hours are moved ahead the program for the triennial meet by summer time it is a serious matjng of the International Soil con ter for the dairyman Cows as has gress to be held in Leningrad Rus often been remarked dn nrtt mf j n often been remarked do not cat nor let down milk by the clock Of what might be called second ary inconveniences there are a few Produce and live stock reports come thru always an advant age The city bank closes at 2 oclock country an annoyance In some farm operations work cannot start until the dew matter controlled by sun time strictly Children wakeful long after bed time are a problem on the farm as in the city But these are scarcely enough to sia in the summer of 1930 Graduate by Proxy The George M Aiiee trophy Is awarded to the high scoring team in crops judging the L O Wise trophy to the high scoring team In livestock judging and the E C Bishop trophy to the high scoring individual in both animal and crops judging To the 20 high scoring boys tn botH the crops and livestock gold achievement medals will be award ed The high scoring boy in the live stock judging will be awarded the H H Kildee solid gold medal Demonstrations on special agri cultural subjects illustrated lec tures leaders conferences recre ation and gymnasium and the an nual state 4H club banquet are Hancock County Is First to Get Club in Each Township Hancock county has a girls 4H club in every township and so la the first to achieve the 100 per cent goal set by the state girls club de partment at Iowa State college To qualify for the 100 per cent honor a county must have an or ganized club in each township with an adult club leader Furthermore a printed program of the club year must be in the hands of each girl and the county must have a county girls club committee with a defin ite job assigned to each member of the committee All of the township clubs and the county committee must be functioning Four other counties in the state which are striving this year for the 300 per cent girls club are Black Hawk Warren Boone and Cerro Gordo Union Township Holds Its First Gathering Union township had its first meeting of the girls 4H club wont Saturday Mrs V M Wallis mem ber of the club committee gave a demonstration on the canning of chicken Their leader Florence Han sen gave a talk By ARTHUR PICKFORD June the month of roses and graduates is nearly here Roses the fairest flower of the garden and graduates the blossoms of our edu cational system once somewhat some of the interesting features of fered at the boys short course Completed Trip Francis A Flood who recently completed a trip around the world vili give his illustrated lecture Around the World Those wno lave been reading his account of his rip in Wallaces Farmer will know the treat tbat is in store The annual state boys 4H club convention will be held to select state officers The present officers Raymond Sorenson president Cerro Gordo Everett Saylor vice president Decatur county J S Van are i OJTOLUUI uuie somewnaL uuuuiy j o van account for the general animosity rare but now becoming rather com Wert secretary Franklin county and Ithink the reason ia to be mon Donald Young treasurer Jasper Time was when a graduate was a X U1111K LHB ft2U5Oa 13 LO the generally con servative character ofcountry peo ple They find time well enough managed and organized as it is and 3ce no reason for change Summer is the time for early ris ingand Jong hours on the farm and it is hard to visualize the city fam ilys satisfaction and pleasure in a cooler mornings rising and an ex tra daylight leisure hour at the end of the day So the whole situation is charged person of some note ia the commun who had exceptional op portunity but now the uptodate child will graduate several times be fore reaching maturity Number Is Increasing We are glad to see the increasing number of boys and girls who re main in school to finish the pre scribed course whether it be in common school high school or col lege and tho the class roll may show a disparity of boys as com oo uie wuoie situation is cuargea uiaparny 01 ooys as com with misunderstanding and resent pared with girls it is a good sign ment and I think the worst of oth that the difference in numbers ia r er things the farmer has to give in A defeat in an insignificant matter like this often smarts more than a much greater disaster For in spite of opposition of which a good deal is in the cities and towns themselves summer time is gradually extending itself I saw a statement the other day that about esOOOOOO people have moved growing less Eacn county is entitled to name one votingdelegate to the conven tion Reports indicate that there will be 750 to 800 boys and leaders in at tendance More Delegates to Attend Convention A letter was received from Miss Josephine Arnquist in charge of Jirls club work stating that it will be possible to have more delegates o at the 4H convention than was for It will be well for them if they merly announced Every club will 25030000 PEOPLE MOVED UP THEIR CLOCKS THI5 VEAP their clocks this year the largest number since the war The utmost that farm opinion can do is of no avail in stopping it In the district where I happen to live three million people quietly anc automatically have gone on summer time vyithout any official action of any kind and ignoringa state law that was intended to prevent it And there Is positively no way of it The law is not dis obeyed In any way Business of all hinds merely begins and ends an hour earlier and the individual citi zen finding he can keep his affairs straighter so moves ahead his pri vate and personal timepieces 60 minutes What can farmers do about that Not one thing It is an annoyance that cannot be remedied and that is ty far the most annoying part of it have realized by tbis time what the world wants of them is service and that they must be prepared to ren der service above the average If they are to be successful But there are thousands of fath ers and mothers this year who have never graduated from any school but who are now about to proxy Have Furnished Means For years they have been cheer fully furnishing the means whereby their boy or girl could have an op portunity that was denied them They have not always been sure that it was wise and best for John or Mary to continue at school when they remember that at that age they were more than self support inw r NdIO aaSiSi rMuowCnr A Great Many People Are Wearing Glasses That Do Not Need Them That Is a pretty strong state ment But Corrective Optom etry Is tlio answer MAY WE EXPLAIN CORREC TIVE OPTOMETRY TO YOU John H Lepper OPTOMETRIST ing Probably they could see no con nection between the studies their children were taking and life as they knew it but yet they had faith that those who were at the head o the educational system knew best and so they cheerfully paid thecost and now they are about to gradu proxy Let us hope they may be able to enter Into the spirt of the occasion and enjoy it Makes Life Easier It Is but natural that each gener ation should try to make life a little easier for those who follow them and yet the price of success o these graduates will be the same as H was to father and esty efficiency economy and pei sistancy and while we are throw ing bouquets at the 1929 tlass let us not forget the graduates by proxy To all such and to the unnum bered fathers and mothers who sac rifice joyfully in order that their children may have larger opportuni ties we send greetings and congrat ulations and we hereby confer on them the degree of M S Master of Service and may it be very rich and satisfying Addresses Swaledalo Bureau Club SWALEDALE May William llcArthur Mason City jave a demonstration and discussec ome project work at a meeting of the Pleasant Valley Farm Bureau at the M E church Tuesday eve ning be entitled to have two delegates present which will be a girl and Teader or two girls providing that u the state wide tiand and one in the girls state wide orchestra one in the state wide chorus and one the county has one girl represented county officer preferably the 4H county president Mrs Edith Barker is anxious to get the names of any girls who will play so that she can send the music to them at once AU of the clubs want to have representatives at the short course as there wlllbe some very interesting material there upon new plans for the club this following year and the girls will be able to bring some interesting things hack to their clubs DR W O MAUCH DENTIST Weir Bldg Phone 812 Hancock County Girls Get Trip to 4H Meeting Two girls Marie and Fannie Lan don of Twin Lake township have een awarded free trips to the girls H club convention at Ames June 1114 They were awarded the trips for winning second place with their demonstration making collars in the clothing division at the Iowa State fair last August They won first at the Hancock Co Achieve ment day and represented the coun ty at the state fair These are the only girls from the county who tire awarded trips to the convention Each township however is per mitted to send one girl to the con vention at Ames One of the girls that went to the convention last year stated that it was the most outstanding thing in her life that she attended and Ehe would never forget it BY ARTHUR PICKFORD HALF OF STATE ACCREDITED AREA ThreeFourths of Cattle in Iowa Have Been Tested Claim DES MOINES May 22 most half of the counties in Iowa now are accredited areas in bovine uuc UL mr nuarea noooies tmt ne tuberculosis eradication work it is I is interested in all sorts of garden announced by the state department ing BETTER SOCIAL HFu BETTER SCHOOLS Local Tomato Grower Recommends Book of Rural Life to Farmer Frank E Hoarj has made a spe cialty of growing tomatoes He de velops strong roots and gets a much larger yield than most people He also has his tomatoes ready to mar ket earlier than most gardeners and so gets better prices Tomatoes are one of Mr Hoares hobbies But he of agriculture Carl N Kennedy assistant secre tary of agriculture in a recent radio statement asserted that virtually threefourths of the cattle of the state have been tested on account of increased activity in testing in the state Scott and Humboldt counties were accredited in May making a total of 47 counties that are now ac credited Fourteen cf these 47 coun ties have been reaccredited by again testing the cattle A total of 869248 cattle were tested last year in the work of erad ication of the disease These cattle were located in 56121 herds Only 157 per cent of tuberculosis was found in these cattle as compared to 572 per cent found in 1922 Many inquiries are being received from farmers located in 30 counties which have not yet started the work asking when the test will be started In nearly all of these counties it will be necessary for the board of super visors to make a tax levy not to ex ceed three mills in any one year If such a levy is made this fall it will j be collected in the spring and fall of 1930 and the state can set aside an allotment to the county which will be used in connection with the county and federal funds for the eradication of the disease He recommends The Book of Rural Life heartily One day this spring he said he wished he could own a copy for himself It has so much valuable data in it Farmers wives who are making garden now may like to avail them ves of opportunities to use the net on Mr Hoares recommendation One can be consulted at the Farm Bureau office and there is another in the local library tured on the farm continued to drop on account of farmers selling their product to the creameries The estimated value of this product is slightly in excess of Fertilizer is valued at Ice cream was valued at 000 sweet cream at 52730000 cheese at cottage cheese at condensed milk at and calves at 53600000 making a total value of all products that can be credited to the dairy in dustry at nearly DO YOU That ive are equipped to handle any and all kinds of electrical motor repair xvork That this is the finest imd most modern shop of Us kind in northern Iowa Thut Neguarantee all work That we buy and sell new and used electric motors ZACK ELECTRIC 119 E State Street BROS COMPANY Phone 977 Northeast Counties Leading in Dairying DES MOINES May 22 25 northeastern Iowa counties still lead Jn dairyingbut their margin gradually is beingreduced on ac count of continued interest in dairy ing in other sections of the state ac cordingto figures compiled for the annual yearbook of the state depart ment of agriculture Last year Iowa creameries man ufactured 196068446 pounds of but ter The 25 northeastern counties produced 71802909 pounds of this amount the northwestern 24 coun ties produced 61997766 pounds while the southern 50 counties pro duced a total of 62267773 pounds Northeastern Iowa had a still big ger lead in the average price paid the producer of butter fat with aa average price of 5124 cents per pound as compared with 4898 in northwestern Iowa and 4665 cents in southern Iowa Sioux county In northwestern Iowa with eight creameries took the leadership away fromFayette county with 17 creameries in total amount of butter manufactured from local cream Fayette county continues to be one of the highest counties in average price on account of the attention paid to producing and manufacturing a high quality product Mark G Thornburg stale secretary of agriculture says This Week Only Growena PER HUNDRED Take advantage of this Bargain Price SPEED UP BROILERS Its the early bird that brings the highest prices But its a hard matter to make them grow fast enough to reach this early market unless you feed Purina Chick Growena Growena will get them on the market earlier You Can Do Better at the Elevator INDEPENDENT GRAIN FUEL CO C H HAMLIN M A MUNSINGER Phone 490 410 South Federal Avc Be cure your newspaper pur chases will fiud you out venport Times Iowa Dairy Products Reached DES MOINES May 22 P Dairy products produced in Iowa in 192S were worth approximately 5160000000 R G Clark chief of the dairy and food division of the Iowa department of agriculture de clared today Creamery butter with a total pro duction of 196068448 pounds worth was the most Import ant product establishing a new rec ord both for production and value Market milk with an estimated value of 520000000 is the second most important dairy product Skim milk and buttermilk nearly all of which are used for feeding livestock are third in importance with a total value of Production of butter mamifac it costs no more than wood By the use of Denison H Matt Face Tile you can build a home that is thoroughly insulated firesafe attractive low in cost and time enduring Denison H Tile because of its patented design provides n complete system of wall construction that com bines maximum insulation and comfort Ask your dealer to show you samples of Denison H Face Tile He will be glad to help you plan for Denison construction Mason City Brick and Tile Company Mason City Iowa sold by your local building material dealer Heres How One Man Can Do Two Mens Work YOU dont need a large acreage of corn to jus tify the purchase of a McCormickDeering tworow cultivator About the most expensive item on a farm nowadays is labor One man on a McCormickDeering tworow will do as much work as two men with singlerow cultivators If you hire help a tworow will cut your cultivating1 costs in two If you do the work yourself you can get it done in just onehalf the time and you will be able to get your cultivating out of the way for other 1 work which is sure to be crowding it Another big it is a rainy year and you have to cultivate between showers you get just twice as much done with a tworow in the same length of time You can keep your ground in better shape because you dont have to go onto it when it is too wet in order to keep the weeds down We can furnish these modern tools with exactly the beam and shovel equipment you require INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO OF AMERICA One of the 115 Sales and Service Stations in the U S 23 6th St S E Mason City Ia DeleoIlemy KUAXON NEW DEPARTURE TT AC ECIALIZED Service for All Automobiles and Trucks DelcoRem KLAXON I KlIW DEPARTURE AC DELCOREMY AUTOLITE NORTH EAST DYNETO HOSCH Magnetoes for and Gas Engines NorthEast and A C Speedometer Service We arc also Distributors of Hyatt and New Departure Bea rings AC Oil Filters Lovejoy Shock Absorbers Itusco Brake Linings Fan Belts Clutch 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