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Delphos Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 31, 1963, Delphos, Ohio The farm equipment supplies services news Harvest is Here for tri county beekeepers by Eric Raimy it Many of the largest Honey not too Many years ago the producers have sold out or Herald carried a Story almost died. Fred Leininger who every week announcing a lived in Delphos and owned 400 meeting of the tri county beekeepers association. The paper often referred to the tri county area As a the Honey Center of the now months pass without announcement of a beekeepers association meeting. To 500 hives in the three counties is dead. George Morrison who with helpers harvested Honey from 1200 colonies is no longer a beekeeper. Walter Wreede a major producer who lived North of Dei farm paints Minnesota Rich red barn paint Minnesota Reg. 4.39 Gal. Reg. White Max Wear 5.39 Gat. Imp. Paint 3 4 .75 .85 Gal. Gal. Rus oleum roof paints paint is our business City paint amp Supply 209 s. Main 2-3471 pos has sold his hives. Secretary treasurer of the association is Simon Allen. Or. Allen an assistant cashier at the commercial Bank said there were once around too full time beekeepers in the tri counties. He estimated the current number at Between 50 and 60. Or. Allen said there Are two reasons Why the tri counties no longer rank As a top Honey producing area a chemical sprays used by Farmers to control weeds and insects kill bees As Well. Sometimes whole colonies Are wiped out. A Farmers no longer grow Albite a nectar producing Type of Clover bearing Small White blossoms. Albite once was grown in rotation to restore a Fields Fertility but with increased use of fertilizer Farmers can grow Cash crops year after year on the same ground. Carl Landwehr a Delphos beekeeper since 1929 and president of the association said that researchers Are trying to develop insecticides and Weed sprays that will repel bees. He said beekeepers can expect heavy losses to continue until such sprays Are put into use. Red Clover produced More nectar than usual this year or. Landwehr said. He expects this years tri county crop to be extreme cold last Winter. Killed a Large number of bees be tip 1 Eva a atom and Many keepers had to in in. It port colonies from the South Putnam 4-h girls Complete projects i the eighteen Putnam county there were Junior and senior 4-h economics clubs com a total of Sto projects were. ,. Carried by the 616 Home eco this Spring to replace them. Homies c4 members. Spring comes most a a nutrition projects were see us for funks g hybrid seed Corn wheat cleaning and treating silo covers Fly Spray let us buy or clean your Clover seed Ottoville hatchery amp feed Mills phone 453-3315 Ottoville Ohio when Spring comes most beekeepers truck their hives to plots of ground rented from Farmers. Sometimes Farmers take their rent in the form of Honey. One Man can maintain a maximum of 400 to 500 hives. The colonies May be scattered Over All three counties requiring the owner to spend much of his time travelling Between them. Late summer is Harvest time. The bees Are transported to apiaries where they will spend the Winter in hives that still contain Honey As the insects food Supply. The Honey containing frames Are slipped out of the hives and the Honey removed. Richard Wreede one of the largest commercial producers in Delphos estimates that he is now half Way through the Harvest. Or. Wreede a Honey House is located behind his Home at 616 Euclid St. There he operates a motor driven machine that separates Honey from beeswax. After the separation process the Honey is stored in tanks awaiting shipment to a wholesale buyer. Or. Wreede a pair evaluated in terms of the girls total work done in her project the exhibit brought to the evaluation session color and Eye Appeal it had a food combinations How these fit into the Overall day�?T6 meal pattern. Placings in these were As follows foods for snacking and packing a 1st, Jeanette turn Wald Ottoville up to Date 2nd, Mary to Klausing Liberty Belles tie for 3rd, Janet Schmidt Continental Happy homemakers and Cheryl Lugi Bihl Pandora ers. Fun with foods a 1st, Nicki Mccullough Blanchard stitch and stir 2nd, Ruth Otto Ottawa eager beavers tie for 3rd, Patricia Klass Liberty Belles and Ruth Kaufman Ottawa willing workers. Quick meals a 1st, Louise Roehrle Rice Busy bees 2nd, Nora Litten Vaughnsville Vas tie for 3rd, Charlotte Klima Ottoville up to Date and Juanita Siefer Ottawa eager beavers. Tasty meals a 1st, Jane dul ing Kalida sew and sew 2nd, Joan Hoersten Ottoville up to Date 3rd, Nancy Ribler Continental Happy homemakers. Divisions individual and team. There were a total of 51 different entries 49 of them from Home economics clubs and two from agricultural clubs. Approximately 80 people viewed the demonstration revue. The 4mh Council made the decision last Winter that placings could be made Only in divisions where there was Competition. Placings were As follows Junior division illustrated talks a child development individual 1st, Nancy Steiner Pandora ladder climbers 2nd Lynne Stackhouse Ottawa willing workers. Clothing individual 1st Linda showman Ottawa willing workers 2nd, Barbara Wolf Ottoville up to Date tie ladder climb for 3rd, Becky Bracy Pandora ladder climbers and Margie Wolf Ottoville up to Date. Junior division demonstrations a child development 1st, Beth Fuerst Kalida sew and sew 2nd, Jennifer Rose Brook Ottawa Good friends 3rd, Theresa Ellerbrock Ottawa Busy fingers. Clothing in More Power to you from International Harvester new total Power a Gross eng ins hours Power mfg s. Corrected estimate people who bring you the machines that work. A goo. Wannemacher co Ottoville Ohio of tanks each hold More than j yeast bread Rolls and pies a two tons of Honey. 11st, Gloria verhoff Kalida sew in other parts of the country the Honey business has been booming. Farmers Are renting bees to pollinate fruit tree Moo Soma and such crops As Alfalfa and melons. The Alfalfa yield from one Arizona Field was better than tripled after bees were brought in. Cantaloupe yields have been More than doubled. According to or. Allen Paulding county Farmers sometimes rent bees to pollinate crops but tri county Farmers do not. He said the going fee is $3 to $5 an acre. Or. Allen said that even though some people fear their stings bees Are necessary. A a it a been established on Good authority that if we did no to have bees Many crops would not be pollinated and much of our food Supply would be gone in five years a he said. And sew 2nd, Phyllis Klass Liberty Belles 3rd, Jackie Otto Ottawa eager beavers. Food. Preservation a 1st, Donna Rose Maag Liberty Belles 2nd, Marilyn Hoehn Ottoville up to Date 3rd, Judy Schmidt Continental Happy homemakers. Outdoor cookery a 1st, Dianne Mershman Columbus Grove spic a Span 2nd, Mary to Buckland Leipsic Ginger snaps 3rd, Lois Lam mers Ottawa eager beavers. Participants in the demonstration revue this year could give either a demonstration or an illustrated talk depending upon which made a better Choice for their project area. Election of Community committeemen to help administer the agricultural stabilization and conservation programs in Putnam county will be held by mail again this year. Ballos were mailed to All known eligible voters on Friday August 23. The ballots must be postmarked or returned to the Putnam county ask office no later than september 3. I any person who is eligible to vote and who has not received a a. _ ballot May obtain one by div dual 1st Janet Siebeneck contacting the office Ottoville up to Cate 2nd, mar la a receive Bauo for Ilyn Ruen Ottovie up to l Tours i and have a no n Zilana w,1uama�?T e j farm in anther township you May vote in the township of your Choice. Only one vote per person though. You can get a ballot for the township you choose to vote in by contacting the office and rectum Busy bees. Flower gardening individual 1st, Sandra Weis Ottawa willing workers 2nd Karen Niese Ottawa willing workers 3rd, Janet Meyer Ottawa Busy fingers. Nutrition individual l6t, Jeanette Turnwald Ottoville up to Date 2nd, Tamara Unverferth Kalida sew and sew tie for 3rd, Lynn Mootz Ottawa Good. Friends and Joyce Unverferth Kalida sew and sew. Senior division illustrated talks a clothing individual 1st, Jeanne Friemoth Ottoville up to Date 2nd, Mary Louise Schulte Kalida sew and sew 3rd, Mary Jean Schroeder Ottawa eager beavers. Senior division demonstrations a clothing individual 1st, Betty Burkholder Pandora ladder climbers 2nd, Betty Lou Kidd Columbus Grove spic a Span 3rd, Judy Gable Liberty Belles. First Aid Home continued to Pogo 7 world wik theft the Mace for the Quot personal touch of tailored Protection Call me today Metzner insurance Agency 155 w. Cleveland St pm. 2-6941 Delphos Ohio Tutu hitters biggest . Bargain you can buy in a farm tractor h my Jet Star two tractor stripped Down to a Bode Power source a or fully equipped with the late it a mss ii Power assists the Jet Stow two gives you More horsepower h per Dollar invested than any other Farsi tractor. Order Only the equipment you want to suit your needs for your operation. Whether you need an All of tractor for a Small farm operation or a second tractor for special chores a a a the Jet Star two gives you Mere useful go Power. The Jet Star two is also available with engines for gasoline diesel or in Gas fuel 1 Mya Minn a Polis Mol be world s Fin est tractors i sub us today Dor More information about this m i Spunky 4-plow tractor and the wide selection of w i optional equipment available to fit your needs m Metzger Bros. I Minneapolis Moline dealer phone s033 it. Jennings 40ney Harvest Richard Wreede one of the Lorg St commercial beekeepers in Delphos prepares to Quot Uncaph Quot Honey from a hive Frame. The tall tank in background Steres Mere than two tons of Honey. Ing the one you already have. All returned ballots will be tabulated september 6 by the present ask county committee beginning at 9 00 . This to filiation will be open to the Public. Any question on eligibility to vote and hold office or on election procedure will be settled by the county committee to Appeal to the state committee. Following is a list of All Community committee candidates for election As listed on the ballots Blanchard a Dale Fenster maker care Gratz Ralph u. Hall Lawrence Higley Edward f. Morman Evan Reynolds. Greensburg a Robert Bock Rath Herman Borgelt Joseph Clementz Othmar Michel Gilbert Riepenhoff Hudy Schroeder. Jackson a Norbert Grote Sylvester Hoehn Albert f. Knueven John Pohl Donald Schimmoeller Melitus Schim Moeller. Jennings a Vernon Askins Vincent Kohls Arthur Kramer Theo Kramer James Landin Wilfred Saum. Liberty a Fred Hoffman William Inkrot Alvin j. Klej Man Richard Kohls Eugene Schmiedebush Gerald i Schroeder. I Monroe Bernard Blankemeier Richard Cleaves Reno Lentz Walter j. Hoffsinger jr., David prowant Ralph Tracy fas Bernard Calvelage de Grubenhoff Frank Krietemeyer Victor Miller Joseph a. Continued to Pogo 7 Arden Weller Paul Zimmerman. Monterey Jerome f. Boni for the Best i Murphy a feeds Crevice feeds grains seeds fertilizer Pax feeders caterers see us first Scott s crossing elevator Phons 640-2981 or 2, Elida Ford Corn pickers four years in a Row the National Champion. Take More Corn out of the Field. Fits most makes of tractors. Van Wert tractor sales Leonard amp Harvey 116 s. Walnut Van Wert pay less interest when you Are purchasing farm equipment get your loan at the commercial Bank member f. D. I. A

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