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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 10, 1950, Mason City, Iowa ARM JANUARY 1950 19 kYP Club K I I I I I I pchool Held or Officers Five Cerro Gordo County ural Young Peoples club rep esentatives took active parts in le program at the district RYP fficer training school held at ampton on Thursday Officers ho learned more about han ling their new jobs at the train g school were Leila Bailey pna Bohnsack Merry Lou Fos r Ralph Diercks and Andy Os ald Wallace Johnson county ex bnsion youth assistant attended pecial sessions on advising and with RYP clubs in to the regular discus Members of the organiza sMon studied program helps for 950 and discussed points in an ffective program for young peo le before planning the next ears program during the after The RYP leaders met in gen ral sessions to discuss parlia fientary procedure and the part ch must play in good meetings nd good programs before break ig up into special groups ac rding to their offices to talk ver pointers in handling their CERRO GORDO FARM BUREAU OFFICERS President Glen Amossen Clear Lake Vice President Don J Vail Sheffield Secretary Floyd Hockaday Mason City Route 1 TreasurerHazar Hall Clear Lake Family Living Chm Mrs Frank Kirk Rockwell DIRECTOBS Grant Stanley Federson Clear Lake Lincoln Albert JuhJ Clear Lake Lime Creek Ed Norris Mason City Route 4 Falls Art S Wetter Mason City Rt 2 Clear LakeRichard Ax Ventura LakeBob Prltchard Clear Lake Mason A D Diercks Mason City Rt 3 Portland R C Seiberling Mason City Rt 2 Union Edwin Zook Clear Lake Mt Vernon Orval Thayer Burchinal Bath Don Johnson Rockwell Owen Leon Hitzhusen Rockwell Grimes Adolph Anderson Thornton Geneseo Ross W Hansen Swaledale 1 It bs better Featured on the days program as an ideaexchange session ith delegations from various junties sharing successful ideas n educational recreational and Dmmunity service activities During the evening the Cerro ordo county delegates took part carnival party as a lighter hase of their training They lowed other county delegations program number which they ave enjoyed at their meetings embers of the county RYP roup took part in the talent fes val during the evening In ad ition to these special numbers ie whole county delegation took art in mixers and musical ames and square and social ancing to round out the days tivities Dougherty Cato Lundt Rockwell COUNTY CHAIRMAN Family Living Chm Mrs Frank Kirk Rockwell Vice Chairman Mrs Jack Diercks Mason City Box 152 Library ChairmanMrs Harold Wolcott Rockwell Int Relations Chm Mrs Fred Luker Clear Lake Health ChairVnan Mrs Walter Conn Burchinal School ChairmanMrs Hazar Hall Clear Lake TOWNSHIP CHAIRMEN Grant Mrs Howard Cash Clear Lake Lincoln Mrs Albert Juhl Clear Lake Lime Creek Mrs Walter Benjegerdes Mason City Route 4 Falls Mrs Richard Claus Plymouth Clear Lake Mrs Ed Erickson Clear Lake Lake Mrs Walter Tcsene Mason City Route 1 Mason Mrs Jack Diercks Mason City Box 152 Portland Mrs Prcscott Lindsay Nora Springs Union Mrs Edwin Zook Clear Lake Mt Vernon Clear Lake Mrs C A Fuller Bath Mrs Ray Harris Rockwell Owen Mrs H J Fullerton Rockford Grimes Mrs H W Alexander Thornton Pleas Valley Mrs Willard Zickefoose Sheffield Geneseo Mrs Ada Witte Rockwell Dougherty Mrs E G Dougherty Dougherty Ian Sale of Dairy eifers for Projects Cerro Gordo county 4H club id FFA members wishing to btain highquality purebred eifers at reasonable prices for airy projects will have an op ortumty to do so at the junior 1breed dairy heifer sale to be 2ld March 4 at the Dairy Cattle ongress grounds in Waterloo hats the information Wallace bhnson county extension youth HJssistant received this week om Bob Fincham extension airyman at Iowa State college Approximately 80 heifers of 1 6 breeds will be offered Only roperly authorized 4H and FA members bid Author ation is obtained by filling out membership certification blank nd having it signed by the ex nsion youth assistant or by the ocational agriculture instructor hcse certificates are available ow Johnson points out that the ale is not a profit venture as the DHIA Cows Average 600 Pounds of Milk The monthly report for De cember of Perl Hendrickson herd supervisor of the Dairy HerdImprovement association shows that 25 herds were tested including 344 cows in milk and 103 dry cows The average pro duction per cow including dry cows was 660 pounds of milk and pounds of butterfat The 305day lactations com pleted during the month were as follows Offers Ideas on Handling Frozen Food A 16page booklet on recom mended methods for Freezing Meats Poultry and Dairy Prod ucts is now available at the county extension office This bulletin was prepared by Mildred Nelson Smith extension nutritionist at Iowa State college and gives preferred procedures for preparing and storing beef pork lamb veal lard poultry eggs butter cream ice cream and cheese It may be obtained free of charge Mrs Smith indicates that the 3 main problems in meat freez ing as she has observed them throughout the state are Se lecting highquality meat know ing how to cut up the carcass in order to get usable familysize pieces of meat and how to wrap the meat to prevent freezer ourn In addition in presenting meatcutting tables in the book let she indicates how much meat can usually be figured on in trimmed cuts according to the poundage of the live animal Wellillustrated the booklet tells exactly how to wrap food either by the drugstore or butcherstyle method Airtight vaporproof wrappings are ab solutely necessary Mrs Smith has pointed out because they help meat and other foods re tain the high quality flavor and appearance of the fresh product Freezerburn is a common problem in freezer storage of meats which are not properly wrapped It is due to drying out of the food along with some changes caused by the presence of air The food Mrs Smith as sures us is not spoiled but it is not the highquality food it should be Along with indicating how to wrap various food products Mrs Smith stresses the length of time which meat should be stored in the locker and indicates how to defrost and prepare the foods for table use 1 xpenses usually connected with tie sale are being donated Owner Name of Cow and Breed Production Milk Fat 5380 F W Schichtlng MaudeH 14743 4982 E B Dunn MlraH H B Dunn CharlolteH 1BC34 4902 133r8 4fi37 B B Dnnn MabelII 31149 4244 M W Sprole SnowflakeG 4171 R B Dunn BcttyH 133M 4171 B B Dunn StubH 12948 4005 County Home No 17H C F Hansen BcrthaH i2r20 11052 3972 3947 FARM BUREAU EXCHANGE FOR SALE Mens hardtoe hockey skates size 11 shoe like new Ross W Hansen Swaledale Ph 52331 Essex sprayer new Briggs Stratton motor Northco Insulat ing Ventilating Co Rt 3 Ma son City Ph 5483 or 356 ft WE BUY RAGS METAL TIRES TUBES PAPER MAGAZINES SCRAP IRON WE SELL Used Pipe Angle Iron and Channel IRON Carl Stein Phone 470 111 6th S W Livestock AUCTION Thursday Jan 12 GARNER IOWA Sale Starts at 1 P M 600 700 Cattle 600 700 Included will 200 good quality Montana Hereford steer and heifer calves wt 325 to 450 Ibs Part of these calves are dehorned and all were double vaccinated at loading point 50 good to choice Montana Shorthorn steer and heifer calves wt500 Ibs These are the kind of calves anyone would like 27 good quality young Angus cows TB and Bangs tested bred to a Reg Angus bull will calve in the spring 2 wellbred Angus bulls large enough for service We will have a few good Hereford feeding cows 200 to 300 head of locally consigned steers and heifers of all breeds and weights mostly good quality cattle The above consignments of western cattle will be our last large offering this season Usual good receipts of breeding bulls springing cows and springing heifers veal calves butcher stock etc You men with warmedup or shortfed cattle for sale can well afford to come to Garner with them rather than going to a packinghouse or to any of the markets since we have buyers here from all over the state looking for that kind of cattle Youll find plenty of pen room here for your livestock and all consignments receive personal attention whether it be 1 head or a carload HOGS Included will be a good offering of native feeder pigs breeding boars of all breeds sows etc We have a big demand here for those lightweight feeding pigs SHEEP We have a good market for all classes of sheep fat lambs feeder lambs ewes bucks etc HORSES Buyers here every Thurs to pay top prices for those killer horses you have to sell LEW HANSEN NEVADA and E D Red BUNTENBACH Garner Auctioneers C BUNTENBACH Operator GARNER SALES CO Analyze Water to Choose Softener Have the farm water supply analyzed to determine its hard ness before buying a water soft ener County Extension Director Marion E Olson cautions Cerro Gordo county farm folks He explained that if this meas ure isnt taken the softener may not work Iowa well water is usually quite hard and often con tains considerable iron Some well water contains minerals that cant be removed by softeners Water softener dealers usually take a sample of well water and send it to the manufacturer for analysis before selling a softener But Mr Olson pointed out that it is the farmers responsibility to demand this service if it isnt offered The softener should have suf ficient capacity so that it will not need to be regenerated more than twice a month according to Iowa State college agricultural engineers A brine solution is used to regenerate the Zeolite type of domestic water softener They also say it is wise to buy a softener complete with a sepa rate brine tank Its a good idea to secure a water softener on a rental basis if possible Mr Olson says A local dealer will install the softener and service it The cost of this type of service is nom inal and relieves the farm fam ily of the job of regenerating the softener PLANS ARE OFFERED The Midwest Plan service has drawn up plans for a movable selffeeder for hogs which can be used for storing grain Your county extension director has plans for this building and you an obtain a copy for 15 cents Roughage is the basis of dairy feeding Iowa State college dairy men say B onne GUERNSEYS 23 years of breeding for proven Type and Production COMING EVENTS Jan Dist Guernsey Meeting at Mason City March Dairy Calf Sale at Waterloo March County Sale at Austin Minn April Guernsey Association Annual Sale Waterloo at 1 MUe West on Highway 18 M W SPROLE PROVED DAIRY SIRES Now Available to Cerro Gordo and Worth County Farmers H31 Popevole Sir OUie Moffie Pontiac 840866 BORN 111141 CLASSIFIED VERY GOOD OFFICIAL USDA PROVING M T F 6 Dams 13103 40 520 6 Dams 10610 34 364 Increase of 6 THE HIGHEST MERITORIOUS PROVEN HOLSTEIN SIRE IN IOWA IN 1949 H31 along with two 2 other meritorious proven sire winners as well as other well proven sires is available by calling IN CERRO GORDO COUNTY MARVIN BOYENGA Technician Phone 671Mason City Phone 833Clear Lake IN WORTH COUNTY ROY DEWEY County Technician Phone 5341Manly Phone 242Lake Mills Phone 120Northwood
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