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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - September 23, 1937, Albert Lea, Minnesota Thursday september 28 198t the evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Ace mini news of farms and Farmers Anantr ii Aga a a Tri cholera increasing outbreaks this year of even greater severity that last fall hit every state in hog Belt. Forest army Battles Pine rust to save nations Timberland St. Paul Minn., sept. 23�? special a hog cholera outbreaks of i even greater severity than last fall Are striking in almost every state in the hog Belt and have probably not yet reached their Peak according to a warning to Farmers issued Here today by the american foundation for animal health. J he outbreaks Are in widely scattered areas sometimes leaping across several counties before new ones occur according to results of a Survey of a number of states announced by the foundation. A Farmers should inspect their herds daily As a safeguard a the bulletin warns. A some of the worst losses have been suffered in communities where cholera has existed on one or two farms for several weeks without neighbors knowing about it. A any Farmer who discovers cholera in his Herd should notify All his neighbors immediately so they can have their hogs vaccinated before the disease spreads. Outbreaks can be easily controlled if All other hogs in a locality can be immunized before they contract the disease. At the first suspicious signs in a Herd a veterinarian should be called immediately nations Corn crop Safe from damage Washington sept. 2z-42p a this year s Large Corn crop is Safe from Frost damage the weather Bureau reported today. Garden crops and some potatoes were damaged by Frost in North Dakota Minnesota and Michigan. Iowa Corn crop Safe from Frost Des Moines la., sept. 23�?up a undamaged by the first killing Frost nine tenths of the state s prospective 357,000,000 Bushel Corn crop now a Safe from Frost for commercial purposes Charles d. Reed. Iowa crop reporter said today in his weekly crop bulletin. Dairymen and herds honoured champions of Dairy herds in Northern Minnesota Wisconsin and Michigan to be named at Tri state dairy1 Congress. Agricultural conservation a program for 38 announced Duluth sept. 23. A up a the names of outstanding dairymen and Dairy herds of Northern Minnesota Wisconsin and Michigan to be honoured As champions at the 10th annual Tri state Dairy Congress oct. And 8. Were announced Here. The program for the Dairy conference in conjunction with the annual Junior livestock show shows that speakers will include l. G. Castle president of the Duluth chamber of Commerce and James o. Early president of the Minnesota Arrowhead association. The champions Farmers and herds to be honoured at the Congress include Minnesota a Clover Leaf farm Anoka b. Ii Nelson Forest Jake St James orphanage Duluth Springhill Dairy Duluth St. Cloud orphan Home St. Cloud Magnus Imholte St. Cloud Roy Engebret son Musca John Beck Palisade Werner Dahlquist Palisade Joseph Putzke Barnum h. C. Hanson a son Barnum. Definite objectives in form of goals designed to increase soil conserving crops and practices for balanced crops included. St. Paul sept. 23 the 1938 agricultural conservation program for the to Corn Belt states of the North Central Region establishes definite objectives in the form of goals designed to increase soil conserving crops and practices and to assure an ample and balanced Supply of food feed and fiber crops according to Harry 8. Muir chairman Minnesota agricultural conservation committee and Skull h. Rut j regional director Secretary of agriculture nod for individual farms by county commit tees. These indexes will be used in determining the rate per acre by which payments to cooperating farms Wil be computed. Soil conserving crops and practices which will apply to various areas of the North Central Region will be recommended by state committees for approval by the agricultural adjustment Adrai Elstra Hon As adapted to the Region in which they Are to be employed. The program provides that such measures to carried out in areas designated by and in accordance with specifications issued by the regional director or by the state committee with the approval of the u. S. Increases world Trade Washington sept. 23 to pm the United states increased its Trade with All world markets during the first seven months of this year. The Commerce department report of today that Europe continued to be the largest customer for Anteri can goods taking $669,724,000 of exports. Total exports amounted to $1,804,829. K 0. Purchases from Europe account cd for ism i too of imports Aggro gating $1,948,648,000, Blister rust did this Spokane a faster than i rib Icola an army of control workers can Check it deadly White Pine Blister j rust is damaging the nation s Best commercial Timberland. At the moment it is attacking the immensely valuable North Rocky Mountain stands. Although thousands of fighters have been mobilized against it the department of agriculture reports the Blister rust is spreading through Montana Idaho Oregon Washington California Colorado and Wyoming where most of the nation s valuable Pine Timber is found. A it is obvious that control measures Are falling far behind Quot says Elers Koch in charge of control work in the Northern Rocky Mountain Section. Quot at Best we Are going to lose a tremendous amount of White Pine and we Amy be forced to abandon Large areas spores of the rust Cron atrium i move from Host plants wild currants and gooseberries to healthy Trees. Wind carries millions of spores from each diseased Plant to All Trees within 900 feet. The disease can be controlled by destroying every Host Plant in a Forest. It appears to be sort of a cancer which enters the tree through the Needles. It moves into the branches and then to the truck where the parasite lives on sap sent up from the roots. A canker appears at the seat of infection. As the disease progresses the canker hurts re leasing millions of spores. Cold storage bulletin from farm school provides managers and patrons of Community cold storage lock plants with practical information. 4-h club notes i Farmers take notice we have oar equipment installed and Are ready to give Yon a Complete service on a slaughtering your animals a curing and smoking hams and Bacon a grinding sausage and hamburger a rendering lard a making summer sausage Etc. Or. Jim Jensen an expert Butcher and sausage maker will have charge of this department. Come in Al once and see us about a meat locker no Farmer in this territory can afford to be without this Modem economical locker service done to wait see it today land of ukes creameries inc. Twin lakes 4-h club the twin lakes 4-h club met at the Home of Otto Bergerson on a gust 31. The meeting was called to order by giving the club pledge new members for the coming year were elected. They Are As follow s president Lars Zuelke vice president Frances Petersen Secretary treasurer Olla Bergerson club reporter Marvin Zuelke lunch committee Verna Petersen and Dorothy Landaas program committee John Sutton Alfred Landaas and Elvina Bergerson recreation committee Genevieve Anderson and Marvin Bergerson. It was also decided to have a halloween party on october 29 at the Zuelke Home and also invite the parents to come. After the meeting club demonstrations were Given. A bread demonstration by Mildred Zuelke Elvina Bergerson and a Canning demonstration by Verna Petersen. After the meeting refreshments were served by mrs. Bergerson. Verna Peterson club reporter. Freeman Sunshine club the annual meeting of the Freeman Sunshine club was held at a. C. Stor Vlcko a september 6. Meeting was called to order by presi Dent Charles Palmer. The Secretary being absent no minutes of the previous meeting were of officers for the coming year resulted As follows presi Dent Evelyn Helie vice president Ruby Bonnerup Secretary Helen j Anderson treasurer Gertrude j sat her Gong Leader Florence Bon Nerup cheer Leader Charles pal Mer club reporter Irene Utabjaa the club decided to have their next meeting in the form of a car Nival to be held in District no. 47 on october 15. Evelyn Helle Florence Perkins and Irene Utabjaa were appointed to make arrangements for same. Ardis Anderson favored the club with a piano Solo. Group singing was enjoyed by alb Arlene Helle accompanied them on the piano. Refreshments and Weiner roast concluded the evening. Irene Utabjaa club reporter. St. Paul sept. 23�?to provide patrons Anil managers of Community cold storage locker plants with practical information concerning the organization equipping and operating of this new Type of service the agricultural Extension division at University farm has brought out a new publication special bulletin 187, Quot cold storage lockers As a Community authors of this bulletin w. E. Morris s. T. Warrington and r. J. Eggert state that up to july of this year 38 such plants were either operating or being built in Minnesota the first one having been opened at Waseca in May 1935. Other plants listed Are at Pelican rapids Luverne Litchfield Mankato Jackson Pipestone Worthington Windo Amboy Norse land Marshall Petersburg Triumph Moorhead Hendrum Dent Ashby Barnesville Grove City Darwin i Lindstrom Winnebago Glenwood Minneota Redwood Falls Caledonia Wanda Wheaton Winona Alexandria Fergus Falls Albert Lea Deer Creek Arlington Pink Island Donnelly Tracy. The capacity of these plants ranges from 70 to 900 individual lockers for rent to family patrons. In the last to years this Type of service has been established in perhaps 500 plants in the United states. Anyone wanting a copy of special bulletin 187 May obtain it without charge from a county Extension agent or by writing the bulletin office University farm so Paul. The publication Points out the advantages and disadvantages of cold locker storage service from the patrons standpoint As Well As describing the organization equipment and operation of such plants. Twenty of Minnesota a present 38 plants Are co operative and 18 Are independently owned. Thirty five of the plants Are a part of another business such As a Creamery ice Cream Plant produce House or meat Market. Mysterious Poison kills Many cattle Raymond up a an unknown Plant Poison is believed by authorities to be the cause of numerous deaths among cattle in the Mountain ranges near this town. A number of poisonous plants grow in the Region but As a Rule instinct guides cattle away from them. Hen specializes in Rush order eggs Tulsa a Al. C. Stillwell thinks he has accomplished something toward solving the problem of the quickest service from producer to consumer. His pet Bantam Hen is Matching eggs on top of the icebox. Next year Stillwell says hell teach the Hen to Lay eggs on top of the stove so they will drop off into the frying pan. Price of cattle hits $1950 top Chicago sept. 23�?up�? the highest cattle Price in 18 years�?$19.50 per hundredweight was paid in the Chicago livestock Market wednesday with one exception it was the highest steer Price for september on record. It surpassed All previous peaks witnessed in the cattle Ainee december 1919, when achievement under the program. Ford agricultural Extension repro tentative. Muir and Rutford have just re turned from Washington where Farmers and state Extension Lead ors conferred with Secretary Wallace administrator Tolley and other aaa officials to decide upon the outlines of the program for next year. Four types of goals National state county and individual farm goals will be estate listed for soil depleting crops and for soil conserving crops Aud practices. Payments for individual farms will be made for keeping within soil depleting goals and for a attaining soil conserving goals in-1 eluding the carrying out of soil i building practices of the soil de-1 plating goal is exceeded or there is failure to reach the soil conserving goal payments will be decreased in proportion to the failure to attain the goals. Under the previous program separate rates were established for diversion from soil depleting to soil conserving crops and for the carrying out of each soil building practice. Under this plan a producer calculated his payment at the end of the crop year by applying these separate rates to each acre diverted and to each practice performed. In j938, however the maximum payment for each producer will be calculated at the beginning of the crop year and the attainment of the Soli depleting and soil building goals will be set As conditions for full payment. Each producer will know what he must do for com plete cooperation. Greater performance this change should result in a greater degree of performance and in consequence make the program More effective from the standpoint of soil conservation and economic use of the land. Individual goals will be established in designated areas of the North Central Region for soil depleting crops such As Cotton and tobacco while Corn goals for individual farms will be established Only in designated areas of the it Corn Belt states. A goal for potatoes will be assigned to designated areas of the Region if two thirds of the potato producers vote for the goal in a potato referendum to be held before october 2. Quot the soil depleting acreage for the North Central Region amounts to approximately 130,000,000 acres a a according to Claude r. Wickard director of the North Central division. A of this amount a he said Quot nearly 60,000,000 acres Are devoted to the production of Corn goal program the North Central regions Corn goal will be apportioned to each state on the basis of l the average acreage of Corn produced in each state during the 10-year period Fri i 1928 to 1937. 2. The base acreage and limits established under the 1937 agricultural conservation program. 3. Treuda in Corn acreages and other related facts. Individual farms for individual farm in each state of the North Central Region county committees will establish a general soil depleting crop goal and a soil building goal in addition to the special goals for com Cotton and other major crops. Good soil management the tillable acreage of the farm Ali Type Topography and other factors will be considered by the county committees in establishing general soil depleting crop goals. In setting soil building goals for individual farms county committees will consider customary acreages of soil conserving crops new seedlings Limestone and fertilizer applications and the Green manure crops required As Well As mechanical practices necessary to control wind and water erosion. Payments to participants payments for full performance will be made to cooperating Farmers who attain the goals established for their farms. Co operators who fail to attain their com plete goals will receive payments in proportion to the extent of their West new Richland or. And mrs. Otto Matthies Are the parents of a baby girl born thursday morning at the Naeve Hospital Albert Lea. Mrs. Fred Peterson spent sunday at the Home of her Mother mrs. Kate Sorenson. Herman Moldenhauer was a business visitor at South St. Paul tuesday of this week. Or and mrs. Melvin Thompson a pent last monday night at the we Ham Robinson Home. Or. And mrs. Joe Klotzek and children of near Matawan and mrs. Jara Schnoor of Wells called at the Harry Partridge Home sunday afternoon. Henry sidings is having a Corn cub built on his farm and repairing the barn. Or. And mrs. William and son Jewell or. And mrs. Walter John son and daughter motored to Ames Iowa sunday where they joined relatives at a family reunion. Otto Matthies and children spent sunday afternoon visiting mrs. Matthies at. Naeve Hospital Albert Lei mrs. Rate Sorenson spent saturday at the Home of her daughter mrs. Fred Peterson. Or. And mrs. Lester Walstrom and children and mrs. De Verplank enjoyed a picnic supper at the Harry Partridge Home sunday evening it being the birthday anniversary of mrs. Verplank. Tuberculosis is the chief Caus of death among alaskan natives. Ade in a or circulating Heater a record breaking Heater value a Iii electric Heater warms up room Al Chilly weather. Ranter pries la of Sui pries 79 lantern special wis Bain tap to to hour s. Short globs. Regular pries $1.2 Sale Price 98 Soh Lucking stove pipe i in. By it in. Unith. Ranter pries it Saki Price a ack i 13 ii Jim Mil am axe Mandle for single bit Ara. First Quality Oak. Is inches Long. Regular pries lie pm 8a by if a 3oif a rect w is stove Board is in. By is in. Unlined. It Ramulu pries sic Saks pries 69 Furnace scoop i handle. Tempered at eel Blade regular pries sic sole Price 43 this Coronado circulating Heater is an extremely Fine value. Attractive modern exterior finish of Rich two tone porcelain. Makes a Charm lag piece of furniture. 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