Wednesday, October 15, 1952

Mason City Globe Gazette

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1952, Mason City, Iowa Mason City GlobeGazette r t k s i f i r f n t V f A 7f ir l Gerra Women Extension Education Program Floyd Woochvaul Bobby Hitehusen Miss Lucile Buchanan count tension home economist standing Mrs George Sdieppler Mrs Charles Wagner Mrs Lester Krukow Mrs Ernest HiteWan A meethig has been scheduled for each township nas M Have you ever wondered lo fix eggs so that the dish would fit in belter with the family meal Or how to cover buttons or make buttonholes Or how lo hang a picture to best advantage Iturnl women in Cerro Qordo County have embarked on another ambitious extension educa tion program for 105253 and plan to come up with some of these answers before it is over Headed by Miss Lucilc Bu chanan county extension home economist the program is al ready underway with meetings luiviiif been held in Owen Union and Lincoln Townships Last year 1463 families in Ccrro Gordo County alone wore influenced by some phase of th extension home economics pro gram said Miss Buchanan Tha mark may be even better thi year Leaders Attend Present at these meetings arc leaders of womens clubs am neighborhood groups in the com munity Its a club if it has name elects officers and meets regularly Otherwise it is called a neighborhood group At these meetings a well planned lesson is followed thai takes up the entire day The women arrive in the morning anc bring a covered dish for noon luncheon If its food hat is bcinj m ALL STYLES Dont Wait NowIs The Time To Buy Your Rubber Footwear Nationally Known Brands For The Entire Family At Savmgs Up To 12T South Federal The Only Store Of Its Kind In The Midwesr studied part of the lesson is used for the meal The first subject Iwoklcd this year is eggs The problem The number of eggs has increased to such a degree that rural home makers would like to find a solu tion for added use of them in pre paring family meals The goal Find new and interesting ways of using more eggs Objective of these meetings is to understand the food value of eggs to learn the best methods of caring for eggs before cooking and to make eggs more palatable and interesting so that the family will like them Actual Practice The lectures arc accompanied by actual demonstrations The eggs become parts of prune whips potatoegg scallop or just plain cake Leaders then taste the food to see for themselves how welUit turned out When these leaders finish they return to their own club or group and hold another meeting The information learned is thus dis tributed to the entire community After finishing with eggs other topics to bo studied include fin ishes for selecting framing and hanging rug making use of perennial and annuals Other township meetings to be held are Lake Mrs Robert Fur Leigh Oct 21 Clear Lake Mrs Harold Grattidge Oct 22 Bath Mrs Lylc Huff Oct 24 Grimes Mrs Joe Duea Oct 27 Mason Mrs Charles Sutcliffe Oct 29 Dougherty Mrs Edward Murphy Oct 30 Mt Vernon Oct 31 Falls Mrs Emmons Cannon Nov 4 Lime Creek Mrs Lloyc Fairbanks N o v 5 Portland Nov 6 Pleasant Valley Nov 7 Gcneseo Mrs Walter Boehlje Nov 10 Grant Nov 21 Leghorns Popular Breed of Chicken Leghorns are the most popular chicken breed in Iowa the Iowa Crop and Livestock Reporting Service says of a survey made last fall Leghorns accounted for 368 per cent of all hens and pullets on Iowa farms Inbred hybrids made up the second largest group total ing 207 per cent Straight breeds of chickens comprised slightly more than Gl per cent of state flocks Other favorite breeds were White Rock 118 per cent and New Hamp shire 86 per cent The reporting service empha iized that the figures in the report did not constitute a recommcnda but merely showed the dis tribution of various breeds cross es and hybrids in Iowa PLACE YOUR TIME MONEY WITH US CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT WILL BEAR ON 12 MONTH BASIS MINIMUM BALANCE UNITED HOME BANK Member Federal Itcscrvo TRUST GO Owned and Opcnttil by Tour Friends Neighbors Mason Citys Only Homo Owned Bank Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Writes History Book on Extension A recounting of the history and philosophy of cooperative exten sion work In the US from 1DOO to the present day has been com piled and edited by R K Bliss former director of the Iowa Agri cultural Extension Service in a book ThcSpirit and Philosophy of Extension Work The book made up of un published papers will serve to set the historical record of extension work straight for future refer ence said Bliss It traces the evolution of the cooperative extension movement from the Sioux County exoeri ment station set up by the Iowa State College at the request of fanners in the area and the work of Dr Seaman A Kriapp in the South to the present exten sion program The work repre sents three years of research on the part of Bliss in bringing to gether all of the papers necessary to be processed for the final con tent of the book Cooperating in publishing the book are the graduate college of 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