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Cherokee Daily Times (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Cherokee, Iowa Pm hmm is it Pupp waifs pew0mlil spotlight on agriculture by Hebb Plambeck 4-h. Milk and eggs Arr in the or Light Fri week the 4-h conference will in at ame. A Juno Dairy month la swinging Bilo High gear. Egg grading and in grading Quot May get More headline now that Beina trial hopeful Evan Hultman a Quot Al a governor Hughe. Are in the act. Iowa s 4-11 conference at ame will chum the attention of some 1600 4-11 Merlier their Parent Leaden Ami fellow club member at ame wednesday thru saturday. Theme wifi he Quot our changing Iowa Oom Unitie and registration Tak place wednesday Forenoon with the first general a Emily in the Early afternoon. After Dean Andre Welcome the Delegate will be fold about tasting science and technology Hgt work in clothing nutrition Home furnishing a engineering agronomy. Ami animal l Renee Jiro jets. Election of officers i a thursday afternoon highlight along with report and Busine meeting activities. An evening of music is planned for thursday evening with special Muic numbers singing by the a Tate 4-11 Ohio a. And other entertainment. Car Eer opportunities will be explored on Friday with team made up of 441 Mem Lier and Isu department head acc omit on and installation of officer along with a gala 441 party a planned for Friday evening. Cherokee county a a Strong delegation in attendance. The Young people from Thi area Are taking in All the Delegate a rations with some of them participating in the chorus and other program features. On their return Home they will report their observations to their local clubs and other groups. State 4-11 officers in a it tag in Ute conference my Ion Are lid by Ironda Greenfield Harcourt pre Klein of the 4-h go urls and Pat Glenn Hamburg Herb Plambeck president it if the 441 boy. Other Date office Are Margaret Rice Swa Terlale Tom Hansen Clinton Heide Cir Spencer ted Ewing re Ell Ann Schilling pc offer on and Terry Schluge Shell Rock. candidates in the girl division include la Ana Werkland. Palo Alto county Dian Bott. Monroe Smilth Ann Frazier . Betly Grace. Franklin us an Henderson. Ringgold Mary Logan Cerro gonzo Sharon Roger. Lea and. Jeanne Swanson Wright. Officer candidates in the boy division Are Bill of la Legate. Wright county Dave Lubeck. Audubon Max Harrington Marion Craig Harr. Ca Mark Patton Franklin Mitchell Stock. Sac Earl Willit Marshall Ami Doug Wilson Madison. Egg grading work i under fire a the re ult of a letter written la week in Ken Subu Man. President of tire Iowa Farmers Union. The letter was addressed to gov. Hughe and Sec. Of agriculture buddy and a made Public at a press conference. Attorney general Hutt Man is Ako concerned. To defrosting t shop for your new tres electric rear Jera of freeze at your App. J ice dealer s today Freedom from Messy defrosting forever never any mop up Meu. No h of wafer pan in your Fie a r compartment when you pm Ify a no fit to ref Aerator Freezer. No need to keep fit in food Pali i at i Vuu tiding Long Deli wiling and meaning tunes. More food storage space no Frost build up on Freezer Walla. The meant More nth be a we be a pm be Pius greater freezing Eric Henry. Loc us. A Aud fluxes foods wont bul. To Freezer or is or other. Enjoy better easier living in with a modern refrigerator Freezer save on shopping time by buying ahead in Largo Quant Tiet. Freeze leftovers to serve another Day. In and in. Or Handy and ready to serve. Thaw s plenty of space in your no go Freezer Cut ups Mort. Iowa Public service company the Farmers Union action came a a result of some investigation made by Farmer in areas of the state. Doubts Abt nit How closely egg handlers Are adhering to the Iowa egg Law pm i de member to buy Carton of egg marked Quot Grade a Large to fake them Home in rack them i Toto do cae lord mar key them to Normal Charm a. Results were amazing Quot Quot Hen receded Many of the egg thai had been offered con Sumers a Grade a Large and Pricer on that basis graded out no better than b and some actually fell into the category of Ibex some wimple when regraded. Resulted in Only 43% Classi fic a Quot Grade a Dirge. A Sih by county test involving 30 dozen Cartons showed Only 22 dozen meriting the top Grade and Prier Shelby Farmers pad $13 it for the eggs a night Ami received Only 16 63 after regrading. An unusual test by one Farmer revealed laxness on the Art of the egg handler. The Farmer sent 20 in a week for a period of 26 week to the a ume Large buyer. In a me of the Case he would leave one Al it completely empty. Only 3 time out of the 26 week Wattie shortage detected. Secretary Liddy says he Welcome the Farmers urn on inv Stig twin Lait acid it can not he regarded a an official indictment. Ile Point out die re Are Only 3 full time egg inspectors sen no 959 licensed egg buyers. believes 90 of Iowa egg grail Rig is effective. Ken Schuman disagrees with the Secretary he believes the investigation made by fumes Union members him ism month a1 nastily indicate both Consumers and producers Are lie Rig Short changed. I letter to Hie governor and Secretary list 19 q questions with the Iowa egg Law. Skillman add he i in favor of the egg Law but feel it is not lie my properly enforced. Iowa milk Proi la action achieved new Wigim during this Post Chi a testing year. The 1402 heal in Chi a numbering 46.466 pm averaged 11,362 la. Of milk and 427 la of butterfat per cow. Thi compar with the state average of 7400 Iii Ltd milk arum 280 la of titter fat Jet cow. Top Herd in Iowa a the Lunier Herd near Fayette. Lived us 26 Grade Guernsey averaged 12.827 Iii of milk and 640 his. Of butterfat. Sec find Honor went to Martin Bock listed of dyes vice befit record milk output a isl Holstein. The ame Herd hipped re a note milk out hit with a 17,724 average. Fayette county with 42 Herd a upping 15� Iii fat had tie state s it record. Clarion county with 30. A second. Other to Fiir it during Iowa coun tie were Wim Stuek attorn Kee Delaware Sioux Linn Black Hawk. Kossuth Scott Benton Dubuque Bremer Cedar le4 and Webster. 4-h news Sheridan stars die Sheridan Star Annua Mother Tea a lies i at the Cleghorn school on May i re a Call was answered by 25 members three Lead is and Mother of the girl. Happy Biri or Lay we Sung to Juan Bun i my Patricia French. The program a begun by a talk by Lynn Bush entitled Quot How to Start the Day wrong Quot. Ruth gave a talk on meat and a skit entitled Quot Goldi lock up to Date a presented by mane Rupp Susan Lunder. Carolyn Wiemokly. Diane Cronin my a Etca a Chen Terry Anderson Lynn Melon Hann rup Juan Bush and Theresa Lux. Demonstration were by Linda Anderson on sauce for vege Able Ami meat Vicki Gla maker a him to set the table Quot Ami Gayle Mcintosh Quot table App liniment a panel Quot what do you of crash diet of lose weight or stuffing to gain weight a a pre carted by Beverly Rupp Sharon . Jean Mason Jean Bork. Barbara Lux and Joleen Shafer. Patricia French read a Mother Day put pm Ruth Rupp played a musical number Ami Cheryl Sjang it read the country girl Creed to con tile program. Hoot Esse for the Ira wore Sharon Johnson Jean Mason. Jean Ami limit bilk. Ruth in Monica Els Hen. Lynn Ami Joan Bush. Anna Rupp Lamia and Terry Anderson Beverly Ami to Chic Shafer. Reporter Cheryl s. The lice a 12 000 eyes. It two compound eyes Are in ale up of thousand of ions each a Complete Eye in use of. Cherokee county farm notes by Forest Kohrt time out Thi will be the la time i la bother you w Ith the chatter for the next Mon a the Friday i will he on my w a to fort Collin. Colorado to take a 3-week course in How to improve your communications with people. I will he one of to Iowa Extension workers enrolled of Colorado state University aka no with Many from other state my family plan to lie with me providing we ran find a place to live for hic the re weeks we w ill be Hack on the Job around july 13. Soil conservation week june 14 to 21 soil conservation districts were first organized in Iowa in 1940. The Cherokee courtly soil conservation District a started in 1911 the last District organized in our state a in 1952 Ami this brought the total dial Riel to too m Iowa soil conservation a made a great contribution to Cair iconic and our Lam the main objective of soil Ami water conservation is jus what it nay. Quot keep Hie s of and Waler Wycie Glt i hit it a conservation work stared with following contour line around a Fuji to slow Down the velocity of water in heavy rain to planning Complete watershed. All of this is designer to keep the water Wiere it will go into the Sod for use Ivy Plant Ami keep it from carrying the soil away do staff in Hie Cherokee county soil Conser Sathm service Are to be congratulated on doing a Fine Job for agriculture and the Cople Here in our county. The staff headed by Harvey Lindborg. A been up Ami Down Hill Ami around lulls so Many time it a wonder they Cion i go continuously in circles. Other St aft Niemla it or in the san iffy be who help increase the Numier of Terrace Pink. Contours tiling Etc. Arc Thaine Hugo Glen Craft Mona Nixon and Lurk. Schmeder. Dose Fri us Here in Cherokee county know wha the Little Whix is capable of when High water strike watershed work is designed to Mil Only Boid the water and soil to Infusine the Lam hut Aho to reduce the destruction of a run away River. Const i opera Ion in 1963 in 16 Small watershed project Ami la sub watershed of the Little flood prevention project Imp a contracts totalling $1.8 million. A of january i. 1961. Total fund Ienz on construction of 21 Small watershed a eject. Including three completed project totalled almost $3.4 million. Smau Wate died project in Iowa mov total 1,2 million acne. The Little Sioux flood prevention project embrace 2.9 million acre in North Quot Iowa and a out Kiwi Stem my Ines Ota gardens one of the Plant Cloa a it i at causing Gardener concern ii Bothy a blight commonly called Peony blight. Thi fungus is a ease attack the Stem Buck and leave of pome causing the affected in ortion of the plan to turn Black and lie. According to Rollert i ambe Extension Plant Patir foist Ini action them let effective mean of control. This mean the removal of ail infected part ref Tho Plant a soon ii the diseases noticed. In Hie fail the entire Plant should he Cut to ground level Ami debris burned. Chemical control should have started ear Lii i the. A a on. Of Efriam it it a Bordeaux mixture it in be used a a Pray on the Plaris starting when Tho new hoots Are jus"4 beginning to come through the soil. Three or our Spray Art suggested spacing them about a week apart it Isnit too late to put on Spray to Check the disease but t will Hist be necessary to remove a infected part of the Raj int. In sure to Burn the clipping to prevent further spread of the Dis a ase strawberries Ami Rasi Terrie require a constant Supply ref Ltd. Moisture when they re producing fruit if the rainfall inn t sufficient to so in y a la at one Inch of water each week it May pay you to Imp Ite these let of it the i a a i time to take Ltd my of your Bouse in Kint nut i Loi for the summer months. If you plan to bring them in again at tile to i of the summer. Do not remove the Plant in a their Container simply no the i wit in the soil it it that Only a nit i Inch <2 a be fun shows above ground. Remember too Tiu it some i Majk a of ant it to Tyr direct sunlight lion gnawing a it Quot do set Difate Bachia and other a adeling Arfanis near Bua i a or Forest Kohrt county Extension director Sli Ruli Wiere they will Fie protected from tie direct Sun. Give Dairy com Hay or silage wide they re on pasture dish Jins Ute High in moisture Ami Low in filler won 4 give your cow the roughage they need to in int Atn Normal butterfat a it is. The Exira Onnig triage Witt also help prevent Hie slump in milk products i heart of often Root Rte later in the season when Ems fire mature tile Lay get hotter Ami cow a not Graze a much. Farm Outlook buying feeders for pasture May pay buying feeder cat in for summer pasture m�gh1 he a Good idea for some Corn Belt Farmer. Say Gem Fulwell. Iowa stale University eff in Mist. The Orono Mittit say lower feeder cattle prices Ami Ini proved i moisture condition May make i a Quot favo Ralile he says a hitting a Low Cost g Tun on cattle the. Summer could Toa Apen the Jurice of cattle need Ltd for finishing this tall Ami Winter especially if wis sure might otherwise go to waste fun Tutu say Price for Stock i and Fec Xici or rigid about $2 lie amp week late match Ami Early May Ohi supplies and cult Ute buying he lied make feeder prices $3 50 to $1 Divver than a year earlier at mid May. More attle will lie Avda Hie to go into feedlot i year than in 1963, Futrell May. Die economist says Lute summer Ami fall Price for feeder cattle and calves Are Likely to lie near or a Little below current level therefore Uliey would 4-h clubs grand Meadow larks the Gram of a Dew bark met for die r annual Mother senior Tea in May 29 at 4 pm a the grand Meadow set Vail bul Kleg ten mothers f or senior Tavvo Leader Ami fourteen member present enjoyed the evening entertainment Jeanne Rubicon , called the meeting to order Roll Callaw Quot my future amt pm \ minutes ref the last men a were read by Ila Irwin Ami approved a shot it bus ass morning followed. Jeanne Rob sort and Barmie raw Sam were to it tend 4-h Camp at hic lakes from Juno 1-3 and far Iris hrs a a w to go a Smith Trade. Meeting adjourned re a not it of presented a quiz on Quot Tabic manner it of Al True false que Sti. It it. Only one it or son w a Cor tech Ort All of the answer. Joanne Robison Wnm the a a mind your manner a skit entitled Quot awful Alice and so sch Sally Quot in min ated d while k Niny w As smog feb Sally and pm sent i proper Marinet at a futile Ami by Fermi w i awful Al a e and showed All the improper manners. Salayda Irwin read some apr it Vijh Tate poems to in m chorus and set Ltd girl Jane Belgium and fat be Iii Henke Bud some Clever Gam it Iichi a a Ery a no played. Senior girls. Pithy Ferrin Konraty Sadler Folk on Vanni a Del Rita i to 4 if it of and Jeanne ri4s<n were present a with their 4-h pm Nam set a is Ami the mothers were h Given a Pansy Plant. Die Lea table was rendered with a Flower arrangement Thane Harrison presided of the punch in we Ami Salayda Irwin at the Coffee service i hindi rom Mil tee was Ila and Ina Irson. Diane Harrison Aryl eve Mille raw a on our next Meeyung is scheduled for june 8. St i 30 at the grand Meadow by id Fig Juno Ronson. In Jim ter Quimby peacocks die regular meeting of the qui my peacocks was held May 27 at the Quimley a to i building. The meeting was culled to order Liy the president. Dennis a Pih i the treasurer was authorized 1 a new1 4-h Flag the Pur Dwiane of an electric cell tier a discuss Dii Purchase Iva my a he raved tub Tanir is to or june 21. Greg mining it hic Home of Russell Mundy a1 8 p in Keith to rain sri list a Dis ins i on Hie extra protts to a Lila Tite Keith gave an inter Stim talk on Quot horses Russell Mundy. Reporter i 000001 it a a a a a a it chips from Chester by chests Benson the a strict of Tori for another be 1 hip leafed hcs it use slay noon. June a i a a s sed the a Cam after Timon june 5 die my h i n g ova r 350 nip and around 290 eluding Junker in a Chr Camf is h alar the girl Camp w Edam he Friday $�?�1 k lie $3 to earlier. Quot with tie cattle prices current Large num Liei and will hit the than met n a ii in in a it in kit of r i x it Pis be i or to to a Fie a we i and senior and. Of Cir a sni v Capac tie ii is ens a it a Junior leaders ant dare in. Worton pc Rhine fill a act the Cam a year decline in feeder the Impact of the Tiu Dup in Cattie beef production cow calf operation die High its to xxi in in Canada is it Logan. 19,850 feet High situated in the Yukon. The Inis fir Gram acting a Cabin super visor aiding Cia instructor Suji revising freest Ime a div t is. Ami handling Vest ice Ami Flag raising. They also Lead group a aging and handle Mea . They Are a wonderful Aid to the Extension h tonne Ami it i also Good training for Hie Junior Leaden in developing their leadership capabilities a Well As meeting in any new people Junior Leader from this county helping at District Camp were Sherry Graves Onwu tie Toee and fat Henke from the grand Mead so tub. At the Gills Camp Ami Kennett Dgien Ami to it aug Simon from m Rico Mcmyler of the Alden Tiller club at the inv Camp the. Is Hie mind year we have used Mior Leader. Ami although we have made some minor change in in year to year the program on the whole a proved very a Iti factory. Twenty one 4-h members from hero Kec county Are attending 4-h can Ferette. Heath Ami conserva in in ramp this week. Jane in a Giummi i attending a Maer Avion Camf and Alan Patterson is at health ramp. Both Sauk Ive Rig held at Hie state i ramping a enter near Madrid these Ami run Tram june 8 Tim High the 1.3th. A Irwin Ami Kenny of Karen. County 4-h presidents will by at Iowa state Unive Tsily a week. June 8 Hon inti Hie 13th in Day and tuesday Hwy will at tend a pre wife Rem a works twp Ami wednesday the nigh Katurd by they w a a attend Hie 441 conference Ruth Edselien Susan butter. Kathy Morgan Imi Tummy Anderson went Down on Sci today. June 8, Asp a Chonich Delegate to hic state 441 Cut inference they a a monday Arni to Day. King with a Hnis Delegate from other court ties in prep Nautam fur their appearance i the conference is Ogram on wednesday in Ming. June to. 13 4-h members Ive and i or Iowa state University a county Delegate to the stat ill Cut inference. Which run from june to through 13. Die theme for the conference is. Quot our changing Iowa Antn che9ter Benson county Extension associate Murines and yet min. They discussed changes that Are taking i ice in our communities and How it affects the people living in i mini in i is the conference Telega a also discussed putting science and Tercius Oligy to Wick in our 4-h program. Diry Alsha a look a career Opp i unities and leadership development a during the con Irence period four girl and Vair it Watt or %her4ed Tor state officer during the coming year. It re Fernr e delegates from Chr Mkee vanity Are Marilyn Jones Sherry Graves Beverly run. K i by Sand. Peggy Thieser Jiulie bit Hettey Carol Gaston. I Hana Skaggs Tomb a kind. Steve flow . Rus a Mundy and Craig Hyndman All of these represent ties. Brith to i amp Ami 4-h conference. Wirtl a t in a leadership Roll in their Hub and courtly in carry no out some of the Rev Kab Ives Hie it received while 4-ittiding the state meeting. They Witt tie working with the of Fen a Khi Terson Nei and Kcal Leader in fanning and carrying these Otic give 4-Ji n More sever in i year a he says Quot rut lower fe4 i prices will improve feeding profit Pius jux Vrh add a of or Hie fed cattle Marge sex tax moly heavy of in a Nch Early april May mean marketing will Tailer off. There May in some Price strength it pm a is to $2 Price recovery by Early summer now Sci in to Lxi a g Hui Liet he state. This would bring Choice steer primers at Chicago Back to around $22. However further summer Price strengths unlikely in cautions so me encouraging factors average Market weights have shown Tome decrease. Bee pro Mot ohs go emment buying Ami reduced Imp dirt hav it helped consumer demand a also been Good. To nigh fed i vices recent y have been below year it arise in a due to heavy a Uit a i a. The amount of Low Quality i it a get ing into the total Quot mix i increasing. Lower Grade Cattie pice recently have declined More than have Price for More highly finished stoc k. Robin a Mother Robin As Marne no Theda Nelle Scott county Home economist made her n4? Between the Ami the tank of the modern g. Cai. Propane truck. Roys a stated that after she had her egg the truck a used least twice a Day Ami one Tim the a Ruck a is gone flt a at sea hours but Hie Mother i it bin would wait for the truck to return and get Back on the next. She was rewarded for Effort it there Ai two Ittin thriving Well a Hie nest in a. Cab Laid of her tin by phone classified and 225-5112 your june graduate a family and it wet $20,000 to raise Jund Zertuc i a a Eul i Ami the a immunity will to i a to hit the same amount because of the in Estoni Anft of Nio icy alone the Community Ceil a titty a an interest in this your die continued kiss of this pro due five Community member at the hog toning of their career mean a to of income Simi up poit. Ltd and i t on to by Talent of the Young person although i Young Fie Nam May be Able to earn More elsewhere there is no replacement for hem in the Community we should feel a Stronge res Yinsi vilify to our Community a Ilace in which the Young pc Vod jut finishing Scox Xref w ill w ant to s by Ami in vet Riveir time Talent and earning or. Hot oat we is iou it Lonie her Hie lab is when we Are about Cool is for the hot Days which Are arriving flt r Hab it sum Meinie Comfort re Mem get thru it s specially Ciu Ami to have Home Thill Soto Nev a a the to Aiah perspiration san Jiping the youngster Down to oni it a i it i Ajmer May seem a it a i a they can lie most in the High chair. In Rai get a clean Lerry Dot i Towel Over the High chair to a sort perspiration my a to Leot has Hare Hack and legs from cos news and notes by Theda Nelle Scott sticking to the chair whether inflatable Tulys. Bench halt and floating animals Are used in a xxii at the Beach or in the backyard these inflatable toys should be washed often with soap or detergent a mis in order to keep them safely sanitary for the lid ten to play with he summer. A Job Well done District girls 441 Camp is Over and some thank need to be Given hot. Fat Henke and Sherri it ii Vul did a very in Vail Abl Job a the Junior Leader from air county. I Jack Al of itis Nevis a a to of thanks for Cham ironing hic p Ria. Bring out the Barbecue Grill die Altun Tan St Fiji y of i Xref. Whitti Shofi Pem have enjoy a to its Winter and firing will cont nue Din Wadi most of ibis year. Be Nom St say there la is is of is a of Ava Slat Tho nigh out june jul Yand August a and Wen More in the fail. Must of the meat will come from cattle that were Grain fed to produce top Grade of lice. So the Barbecue set Shoukal have no trouble filling the Grill with Mouth water in steaks at Price that will Fie fairly favourable for most famil a Don t Cut Tulip leaves it does no to pay to Jyh vyv he too neat. Not ii you re rat a Spring flowering bulbs after Hie Tutts. Dacha Iii and Hgt a a nth have bks mod Don t Cut the leave Back Plant specialists at Hie a Sfax Tell us. Remove the Fukiage tatty after it has turned yell avas Long As the leave Are Green they Are budding next years bulbs. Prepare awning for Ute unless awnings were put away clean last fall. Now is the time to get them ready for the a or Ernei season. Scrub it to a awnings on both Side with a a Kiwi and soup it a detergent Ilkiv for it nor Fig soak rho pm a clean Sud then without Riding dip them in a solution of Copper sulier Fame Qixun the drug store. Ai minus awning done Talo arb Sod Ami maim so it s Vav i pc Iii surface with a uavg4ianlied mop lipped into suck before rinsing. Quimby peacocks the i ugly fee irks 441 held their regular meeting. May i at the Quimby school budding. The me tag was called to order by tin prescient i it Ennis Weber and Nril Call was answered by seven members and one Leader. Die seep Ary a in attendance at a Giri s 4-h Chih meeting of Bryan fete int was Secretary pm tem. Rustell Mundy gave a talk on Quot seed a 4-h Camp was discussed All Rex a in eligible to attend have attended once so no Delegate was named 14 week a discussed and we were informed our wind a aha red second place with the Quimby quorum Willow wonders the Wujkiw wonders of held their regular meeting at the Home of Gama Knoben on May 28 vice president Lionnie Hunt matted the me my to order Roll Call v it answered by r Ich Merol it ers and two in Dei telling Fiat they enjoyed most about the Orange taty Tulip fascia four Vul Utoca were also present a deadline for or baskets was discussed. Next. Leg will he with mrs. Peterson on june 8 a t top a. Since Bonnie Vii no longer be a member of our club Ray Payne was elected new Vic president. Mrs. Regenitter led the disco. Ltd on Quot How i Yixin Quot by butt the a Kay gave an luus rated talk on Quot preparing a Slu wit fruit. Dias salad previously prepared was served for lunch. Myna Pete Caon gave a demonstration on banana nut brr id Arni her bread was Ako solved for lunch. A group dim Mion on Tahle a t Ogwa heal each girl pro Ugnit a picture of a table to discus reporter Myrna Peterson Catfish the larges Channel Catfish Ever to be entered in the by i a contest a it not ored ainu a by a eng Good store in in dependence was cat Fht by Rich Luxl Bigelow of Jesup. The it Pound i ounce Catfish Vav a Cay a it in the Wapski Plicon River at let Eton. The fish is 32 inches in length. It will lie entered in the state big fish connect Moon Stone George Strunk in employee of the c.?y of Onawa who re Centhy a Hunting mushrooms West of Blencoe near the River found u Large Stone Ira Mont. A Moon Stone the size of a foot Hail the tone a taken to fhe i s. At Quot culture in charge it project most Harvest

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