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Greater Wisconsin (Newspaper) - June 1, 1929, Racine, WisconsinPage 16 create Wisconsin the Story of Wisconsin s canned goods by b. B. B1jrb, executive Secretary Wisconsin campers associate the Industry has Dovel oped mildly during the last Quarter of a a Matury. From the few plants scattered through out the country it grown and expanded until today it occupies a position of major importance with the great industries. It is no longer considered shift less for the housewife to serve commercially canned foods. In fact the finest Homes and most exclusive restaurants Are the can Aera Best customers. The highest Quality fruits and vegetables from the thousands of farms and Orchards of Wisconsin Are served As a part of the daily diet la millions of Homes through out entire country Regan less of the season of the year or the distance from the producing urea. This variety of diet has contributed largely to the health and Hap piness of american Homes because of the fact that these products Are canned and preserved without loss of therr original food value color and flavor. Wisconsin has occupied a prominent place in this Industry for Many years. Her Fertile soil favourable climate and energetic people have Given her the highest possible rank As a vegetable can Ning Aad Dairy state. Toe capital invested in wisc on conning Industry and the land of which Canning crops Are grown is not less than to while the retail value of the 1928 output is not less than Wisconsin produces 70 per cent of the nation s cheese Mort to Basco than Cuba leads All states la the Mississippi Valley in ten year average acre yield of Cereal crops is the principal hemp grow ing state has More Dairy cows than any other state has largest number of silos has More tasting association 115 than any other state leads in condensed and evaporated milk and More a raters own their own land than any other state in the Mississippi Valley. Wisconsin canned peas Wisconsin ranks first in production of canned peas fron the standpoint of Quality As w As volume. Wisconsin has a jelled an average of to if 000 cases per year. Wisconsin canned Beans Wisconsin is one of the p sneer states of the Middle West u can Ning string less Green Wax Beans but it is Only Duran j the last few years that it has gained for itself the distinction of being one of the leading states of the Union for Canning this come Dolty of Superior Quality and in Large the growing defeat d for Wisconsin canned Beeta what constitutes a fancy beet proper color texture flavor and shape. In other to obtain these various properties the beet must be planted in favourable Soli. Ideal beet soil is e lightly Sandy Black Silt in organic matter. Parts of Wisconsin Are favored with such kind of soil and wis Consin products the very Bent beets that can be grown for Canning purposes. Wisconsin canned Krant in developing the Rich Virgin soil of Wisconsin cabbage and other vegetables were found to grow in profusion and the settlers found that this cabbage produced a Superior Kraut. T the agricultural department of great help to the growers of vege tables. When or. Walker of the department p reduced two varieties of disease resisting cabbage hav Wisconsin canned Beans the Supply each year. Wisconsin canned Cora Wisconsin is especially favored film Heads which with Ideal climatic condition s for a Eruith elements in the the raising of vegetables All the making kinds climate together with sex Kraut this Industry in wisc on Cee dangly Fertile soil give Wtson i sin was placet in a class by itself sin canned vegetables a flav r Superior to other parts of the t dotted Standard the four horsemen of Wisconsin Dennary products with one fourth of the total United states i reduction. Minnesota is the on state which produces More butter Wisconsin holds its posit on at the top in Dairying Indus y for several reasons it has the right climate the right soil Ai d the right people. One of the 1 factors in the great Progi is of Wisconsin in Dairying has in the continuous educational Cam oaf Gna conducted by the state collage of agriculture. Professor a cock and Hoard Are examples f the Public spirited men who 50 years ago what Dairying we old do for the state they taught his to the people and gave them Many new inventions. Men like these who did t gain any person d for tunes did the pioneering w irk in Wisconsin Dairying and have added hundreds of millions of Dol to the wealth of the state. Other states have much the tame s in and climate that Wisconsin but Are not so progressive the people must have a great Deal to d j with it. If we believe what peole Tell us in few areas of equal s a Are found the Well kept pros serous farm Homes and buildings f at we find m Wisconsin. May judge the Quality of people their Natelli gence and Prosperity a we 11. Wisconsin is still a new state with much undeveloped Lar d. In 1840 there were Only people in the state. Studying the figures Tion by the state Dairy and food commission assures the con inner that Wisconsin canned of com s Are packed under most san Tarj conditions. The chief varieties of Sweet Corn canned in Wisconsin Are Golden Bantam country gentlemen Cros by and the evergreens. Golden Bantam is a yellow Corn of very fancy flavor and Quality end it ranks highest in Price. The e Are also other kinds of yellow Golden Bantam. Of these Bantum Ever Green Golden Evergreen. Golden giant Etc., Are frequently used. Crosby country gentlemen and the Evergreen varieties Are White in color and rank As listed in qual Ity. Of purity and excellence is unsurpassed. First consideration. No time or Effort is spared to conserve Best products in the most palatable and nutritious form. Located out in the growing districts insure a Large Supply of strictly fresh raw product that can be rushed through the Canning process be fore spoilage can develop. Fair canned foods Are grown on our finest and most Fertile farms. Canned by scientific methods in modern sanitary factories. Sold under labels that state the facts re Garding the contents of the can. Western Lime and Cement co. The Western Lime be tent company is the largest producer of Lime products in its several forms in Wisconsin and served the Trade throughout Wisconsin Minnesota upper Michigan Iowa and Northern Illinois. It operates some fifty kilns in Fondu Lac Calumet manic Woc and Brown court Lea. Its several plants Are located in the c. N. W., c. M. St. P. 4 p. And so lines enabling it to serve us patrons promptly. It operates hydrate plants on each of the through Railroad lines producing the most perfect hydrate Well known As climate on the Market. It also produces Iresh burned Lump Lime pulverized Quick me in air proof sacks a Superior Quality of Brick Lime Cement known As finishing Lime known As White Cliff Fin Ishing the company 13 thus in a position to furnish mixe 1 cars of any or All of these products As Well As straight cars of any be of them. The company of rates atone crushing plants at practically All of its plants and it in pcs Tion to furnish this product in such sizes As Are is Elso in position to furnish Flag Stone building Stone rip rap Etc. The company also is distracting agent for Wisconsin for the Well known and Superior Huron port land Cement which is brought to docks in Milwaukee by Large self unloading vessels and unload led in a series of Concrete silos from of tobacco raised in the United states is Grovia in Wisconsin. The total acreage devoted to the Cul Ture of this Type in 1928 was 600 Wisconsin had of these acres. The total value of the 1928 Wisconsin Wop was while the total value of All Binder tobacco was paid for tobacco were somewhat Higier than in 1927. The Wisconsin prices for 1928 ranged from sixteen to Twenty four cents per Pound. Any estimate of the total amount of capital tied up by of tobacco in wis Consin is almost impossible. New concerns Art constantly being formed and old ones Are going out of existence. Some localities experience a period of heavy tobacco production then almost completely abandon the Plant. Some local Wisconsin s a contest article by Kelvin Larsen student Burque tto University College of journalism the importance of Wisconsin As a lumber producing state has been Long apparent although the state has reached its Zenith and is 31 Ead by declining during these years. The state at this time holds a higher in proportion in production of Wood products than in the production of the lumber. There were Paw Mills and logging Camps established in Northern Wisconsin As As 1819, because the Rivers in those regions were particularly adapted to this business. Of course the reason for the steady decline lies in Thyl fact that a great Deal of the Forest covered land has been Cut Down. The Industry was instrumental in bringing Many people from the North East part of the United states and from Canada. Many immigrants came from Norway to continue the Type of work they were accustomed to in their native land. Many Wisconsin be Gan logging Camps and devel oped Lato rapidly growing Industrial centers. It might be needless to the reason that the state of Wisconsin so High in the lumber producing business was due chiefly by reason of its proximity to raw material its excellent shipping facilities by rail and water Ita Geogi aph Cal position in relation to Consu Ming markets and tha existence of skilled labor. Statistics complied and put shed by Bureau of census in Coop ration with the Forest service show that in 1860, Wisconsin ranked seventh for lumber produced. Ten years later it occupied fourth place and in 1880 it was third second in 1890, first in 1900 and 1-w4, second in 1905. Thid in 1908, and fifth in 1907 and 1908. Although there Are Many log Ging Camps and sawmills still operating in the state the number has considerably in the past Twenty years and a turn has been made for greater production of Wood products. Chief among these is the manufacture of furniture Sheboy Gim has established itself is the furniture Center of the state but them Are factories at Milwaukee Oshkosh and fond do Lac also. Plan Long Mills for the production of Interior Woodwork such is sashes doors frames and mouldings Are to be found in most cities along the Fox River Valley. Will always be remembered As one of the three lumber producing states in the country although the Pacific coast now holds the High Mark in production. An inquiry into the Wood using industries of Tho Badger state re Veals the fact that More than 930 million Board feet of lumber valued at approximately is annually in the numerous lines of manufacture carried on. This but a part of the lumber Industry the state As the Ftp rules Given do not include the vast vol ume of material turned out by the sawmills As Well As other Forest products which Are not considered As raw material for further Manu facture. The value of raw mater Ial Only is set Forth were the la Bor expended upon it and Thi Cost of other material with who h the lumber is combined included How Ever the total value of the i. I shed products would soar into additional of the 930 million feet a Little More thai one millions reported half of that Quantity originated in the state. The figures by no neans represent the total amour it of Wood used As finished products such As Staves and heading used by the cooperage Trade and com plete wheels and gears used in assembling carriages and wagons were not included in the investigation. The lumber that Goi s for flooring ceilings sidings and other products of the planing Mills was not included. X the boat Industry in Wisconsin to one that flourished for some years and today although Erakly decreased still assumes a great role in consuming Limber. Under this Industry is include d Row boats sail boats launches comes shows barges steam boat and other vessels. Other articles include agricultural implements boxes Choc 1 furnishings pulp trunks vehicles and Woodenware such As tooth picks clothes pins butter containers. Wisconsin s tobacco Industry submitted by Stephan Mcnamara Milwaukee people scoffed when sir Walter Raleigh introduced the Weed called tobacco into Europe but what would they say if they realized the tremendous usage this Plant enjoys today who can accurately Tell the number of preset t Day users it is not limited by Jex or age doctors themselves c Annot agree As to the evils or advantages derived from the use of it. In the last few years the tobacco Industry has become one f the largest and Best paying in the t uni Ted states. The greater Shire of tobacco used in this country today is produced at Home Wisconsin plays an important part in p Educ Tion in the United states. Prin Cipal growing areas of this coun try Are in the Carolinas Viginia the new England states f Orida California and Wisconsin. Methods of culture and uis f. Hoffman student Marquette University College of journalism along with a few in the North Central portion of the state have maintained an average from year o year but others vary. An illustration of the capital in vested in the Industry May be observed in Edgerton Wisconsin. This Community has Only population yet it has More than thirty warehouses. Some of these plants Are engaged in the actual preparation of tobacco for Manu facture some produce cigars and others Are merely shipping head quarters. Thi total value of the plants and their equipment is Well Over during certain periods of the year a Large amount of help la needed to prepare the tobacco and Ortore than 1000 people Are employed in the various plants since the Towi is not Large enough to Supply this labor itself it must be obtained from outside sources. Most tobacco is prepared for the consumer in plants outside of the greater share of the Wisconsin is purchased by nationally known manufacturers and taken to their plants for Sinai treatment. The number engaged in the actual cultivation in Wisconsin can Only be estimated but it is believed that at least too Farmers Are engaged in raiding tobacco in this state. Each Farmer would need at least two helpers so we May safely say that Over Are occupied with Tho actual growing of tobacco in Wisconsin. This is a very Low figure since some Farmers engage As Mimy As five men for work in the growing of five acres. The number occupied in preparing the crop Lor manufacture must be much higher As some of the larger warehouses employ As Many As 600 workers. All in All we May say that to Bacco is one of the most important and valuable of All the farm crops raised by banners of Wisconsin. With the use of tobacco Ever on the increase Here is no apparent reason Why the state should not continue its leadership in this Field through the Middle West. Furriers no longer depend on trappers in Alaska and cant a for their Supply of furs. With the Grad Ual passing of the wild furl earing animal a new Industry that of fur farming sprang up Aad spi sad to Wisconsin and other North Estern states. When it was first discovered that foxes could be raised a 3 bred successfully in Captivity v Iscon san Farmers took up the Peri ment and developed into a flour Ishing and growing today there Are hundreds of fur farms or ranches in the Sta a. All of Wisconsin with the except Ion of a very Small area in the South Eastern and southwestern earners have been found favourable Terri tory for fur raising. The chief varieties raised Are file Fox Mink Muskrat Racoon skua Bea ver and Chinchilla rabbits. Silver Fox leads the Field in wis Oisin with Mink and Muskrat next in importance. Fur-farming1 got its Sempe Lus in this state when in 1887, two scots Charles Dalton a trapped and Robert Oulton a Farmer t Ith of Prince Edward Island trip d the Experiment of placing wild foxes in wire pens Anel found the they responded favourably to Capi Ivity. When their secret leaked jut it spread to Wisconsin. Pion ers in the Industry found that Foxe could be raised very Success full Here. The climate is ideally suited Many at first were sceptical Fenrir a that the warm climate especially luring the summer months was hardly conducive to the raising fur bearing animals. But actual facts show Ali it the raising of these animals has proven More profitable Here than in folder regions since the warm Spring gives the Early born Young a. Bet Ter Chance to live. Another Factor is that the farm Era of this Dairy state kno i How to raise live Stork. The kno pledge of Breeding and rearing Stock makes them successful Rais is of fur bearing animals As Thi y Are readily Able to apply their i Peri state in 1914. In 1916 they had Twenty six foxes. Today incorporated under the name of the Fromm Brothers Nieman co., they have one of the largest Silver Fox Mink holdings in the world. There Are Over pairs of breeders on seven ranches five of which Are Loca Ted at Thiensville and Cedarburg one at Hamburg and their latest at Whittenberg. From their 1928 crop they pelted Over skins which they ship Ped to markets in new York and London. From their Sale they realized Over the largest return in the history of fur farm ing. The Silver Fox Breeds once a year usually in february or March. The utters average from four to six. Larger litters of even to ten have been known but they Watertown Wisconsin Watertown stuffed and Watertown Cio oae featured on the Bill of fare of hotels and restaurants and present on the table in thousands of american Homes during the poultry season is Watertown s oldest and Best known Industry. The geese have spread the name of ibis Wisconsin City to All sections of the United states. The Goose Industry is not Only the oldest Industry in Watertown but it is one of the oldest Indus tries in Wisconsin. The Industry and Watertown have grown up Side by aide. 31 is an old world Industry in induced into Dodge and Jefferson counties nearly three quarters of a Century ago by Ger Man immigrants. A few years after these people in tiled in the two Southeastern counties Watertown became known As the Gosling Cen Ter of the nation. Stuffed Goose is used primarily for its liver at and skin. The red livers from which Pate de Fole gras or Goose liver pie is made weigh from to three pounds apiece but four Pound livers Are not infrequently developed. The fat has its value As a substitute for Larch and also shorten ing and the skin Cut in Small squares is toasted and known As Ganse Grebe a or jewish crack ers. April and my Are the hatching months. Hem because they Sel Dom leave nests Are employed to in cute the five or six eggs in each setting. The actual stuffing begins the forepart of no vember in time to prepare the geese for the thanksgiving table. Stuffing is process consuming three or four weeks and requires the skill of experts. The largest Birds Are placed la Boxe t or six by ten or ten by twelve get stalls. From three to Twenty five Days Are required for the stuffing. Because the forced feeding continues night and Day during this period members of the f imply take turns at the work. Another important put of the Industry is the making of noodles for the fattening. A mixture con sisting of three grains 1 Ariey Rye and Oats is formed into a dough or and then by Means of a sausage stuffer folded into shapes about one Inch la diameter and three of four inches in length resembling Small Weiner bursts. Next the noodles Are placed in a Metal Strainer which in turn is placed in a Metal Container frequently an old Fash card Wash cooked until they float then drained and Immer Jed in cold water to prevent the noodles from crumbling. At the Start two noodles Are fed to each fowl every to seven hours. The noodles Are f St dipped into hot water to enable them to slip More readily Down the Throat of the Goose. After tin first few Days three to four noodles Are fed every four hours. The last week after the gout can is taken in i then in order to Abie Shin. The a cloth and Hung r Fox Field now numbers approx lately four Hundred ranches in the state. Wisconsin bred Silver Foxe have always compared favo Rabis with those from other states j t the National Fox shows held once Annu ally. The 1923 National of show was held in Milwaukee. Ranchers have Mounil the rising of Silver Fox especially profitable because it is impossible to Busti tute the fur of some other Nimal for the genuine Fox Pelt. 1 a Sil ver guard hairs lend a Bright Lustre to the fur which cannot be imitated. Breeding pairs Yommi and an Price some of the More selective Provin brieding pairs Selling from t. 000. The Silver Fox Industry a s been on a pelting Hasia since 192 wis Consin ranchers have Abai done the Breeding of live foxes of r Sale and Are devoting themselves to raising them for the fur Mai Ket perhaps the first Success us at tempt to raise Silver foxes i i wis Consin was made by the five Fromm Brothers Herbert Lenry Walter Edward and join of Hamburg wis. By Polit g the family resources they Pur based three Silver foxes in new York Are exceptions. Mink ranching is progressing rapidly in Wisconsin although it is in a much younger state of development than the Silver Fox having been started Only since 1920. N. A. Johannes president of the n. A. Johannes Mink ranches at port Washington estimates that it will take ten years before Mink will be on a pelting basis. There Are about fifty major Mink ranches in wis Consin. The Mink is a Hardy Little Ani Mal and acclimated himself very readily to Wisconsin climate. A shipment of thirty Mink from Al Aska to the n. A. Johannes ranches in mid summer last year resulted in the loss of Only two of the entire lot despite the severe change in climate or. Johannes said. They do not even miss the Rivers and streams they frequent so much in the wild but Are Content to Bathe twice daily in the troughs placed in each pen. Mink litters average from four to seven Young. Mink raising had its nucleus also in Prince Edward Island in 1914, when Nelson Waldron a trapper caught wild Mink and pen raised them. The Pioneer Mink rancher in Wisconsin was Peter Flemming of St. Nazian wls., who secured a few pair from Waldron in 1920. Others took up the idea until at present the Mink Industry bids fair to rival the Silver Fox Field. Muskrat is also raised extensively la Wisconsin. The state abounds in marshes and these make Ideal location for Muskrat farms. The Muskrat unaware he is a prisoner takes very kindly to the fenced off the Muskrat multiplies very rap idly. Litters consist of from four to eighteen Young and females have from three to five utters a year. The Young rats develop very quickly and in a few months each May have a family of its own. Some Muskrat ranchers have tried to raise the animal in pens operating under the theory that the animal takes to water Only to get food. They have been to some measure successful. Wisconsin ran tiers Are unanimous in agreeing that the future of fur farming in the state is Bright but insist that if the fur Market is to be maintained at a Price level the individual fur farm ers must raise Only the Best Quality Stock. Fur animals imported from Interior Alaska Eastern Canada and Labrador Are considered to be of the highest Quality. The ultimate end of fur farming la the Selling of the pelts they say and those pelts must come from sturdy selective Stock. Rotary told to w and where Richard Rod sch gives byte re Unini talk before de Pere club de Pere rotarians of de Pere at their weekly i Cheon meeting heard an g historical account of pulp and paper from Richard Radsch of Thi Thil Many pulp and paper Cor Pany Kaukauna who spoke on the j subject the Romance of Pul j and pulp which is the found Ion of first paper was made the same progressive change paper was made fron veg tation which 13 Gompf on in All other industries in the state is going on in farming. In the Early Days wheat was the leading crop a surplus was always produced. Wheat in order to be profitable must be produced on new Low priced land. Now not enough is produced to Supply our own needs. Nevertheless Wisconsin is one of the Lead ing agricultural states in this coun try. Its outs ending leadership is in Dairying. It. Has More cows than any other , and accor Dong to the state department of agriculture of the Gross income from Wisconsin farms in 192s was from the milk thess cows produced. The 10 billion Obj. Of milk produced gives Wisconsin first place in the production of Cream first place in the production of cheese with 56% of the total produced in the uni Ted states first in con Way Back when the Eart was merely a mass of gases and West form of animal life 3. It was from the Wasp the t the Dea of making pulp was conceive i or. Radsch said. The animal i s seen to gather vegetation Chew it de posit it to dry and finally i Ake a nest of the mass. The fibrous i mat Ter thus formed by the Lett e Ani Mal for a nest was made the s basis of paper and the principal so Dis covered has not changed to the present Day. The idea Sta Ibfred for centuries however when Clay and Stone tablets were u de by Early races record the mind s impressions and thoughts Erma gently. The Early egyptians Usi in the eds grow in in the of the Nile eloped the Art of manufacturing of v. The process considered in cutting the Reeds and pressing them to Gether to obtain papyrus. The extent to which that was used was conveyed by the speaker in telling of the capture of Alexandria and the burning of the Library of papyrus. Fires were kept Burr ing for six months affording warmth but wiping out the Able historical documents and rec ords. The chinese first made paper by mashing bark from Trees into pulp and in the 9th Century their method became known when mohammedanism spread through Europe and Asia. Germany took up the chinese secret the speaker said and developed it to some extent but it was not until the latter part of the 16th Century that England made any Advance in paper through the efforts of a German who brought the Manu facture to that nation. While Napoleon was. Ruling the Fourdrinier machine was invented by Louis Robert and All machinery now used i the pulp and paper Industry has the same basis principal As the Robert invention or. Radsch said. There will always be a Supply of material for manufacturing pulp the speaker said As scientists Are finding new materials to urn. Wisconsin land o lakes by Robert Lablonde student Marquette University College of Journ Allf a again the lure of Northern was Waves along the Shore of lakes located in Oneida Langlade and Iron counties. To these lakes Federal Highway sys tems Lead directly fro i Chicago while crack tourist specials of three railroads penetrate the wilds in an overnight trip from i Chicago. The bulk of the year influx of vacation lists select As their Destin ies either Rhinelander River three lakes Lac do Flambeau. Woodruff or Minocqua. East and West from those Stopp no Points the thousands of lakes spread out within a Circle of 100 Mies. Small Cousin s lakes Trout streams Mua Kies and quaint Indian trails among Virgin forests is Captur ing the hearts of summer recreation seekers who Are looking for Ward to putting their precious vacation Days to the Best advantage. And resorts Shore lines and Beau y spots of the bad Ger state Are being trimmed up for the annual Hoard of tourists whose autos ind travelling bags Bear Stamps and name plates from All Over United states particularly the Middle West. It was the convincing argument of the Wisconsin North Woods and lakes Mossy Large and lakes Rocky Sendy lakes bikes. Lakes land o lakes won the Choice As abounding with Pike an i Pikeral summer White House in 1928. The lakes with Bass and chorus from the lakes Region Sang i Dot every Square mile of the four Trout j counties making up a True land o tramp lakes. To enumerate even the that Coli Dice wanted streams muskies and a j a through with a Rifle Over important lakes wow Fca Folly but Hia shoulder trailing Bear. He wanted to Padille around in a Flat Bottom boat a id sleep in a Woods Man s bunk i i real Back in the i a few intermediate Cowna and and 67 Conde series. Large number of ice Cream Tao and local milk the rely growing metropolitan like Milwaukee and Chicago constantly demanding a p whole milk Supply. This Market the most profitable to the Farmer. Although it would appear the Wisconsin Farmer is solely pendent upon Dairying this la map from being the truth. Farming is the real strength do our agriculture system. It to a this reason that our state is in the the same predicament sol other Middle West states Dsa manding farm Relief. The proper soil and weather editions Good roads and Stock of German Swiss English and Irish has agriculture in Wisconsin and profitable business. So that Wisconsin has today the built St percentage of farm tenant twiddle Western state is also the Only North Central in which the number of creased from 1920 to ims. What some of Acy of Ariy Wiett tuft Woods and to toss aside the dress suit All during his Vaca factors that contributed to n stopping Are Sayer Arbor Wisconsin the leading Dairy Vitae. Watersmeet. Clearwater it Vitae Watersmeet Lake Trout Lake to Anit wish spider Lake Tomaha Vuk Lake Elcho and Pelican Lake. Resorts and the president s Deci and cottage owners ban j out their Slon was won after secret service men found the qualifications As ballyhooed Weie True Down to the smallest item. For years Wisconsin with her Ideal system o highways her unequalled climate her wild life and forests her innumerable resort facilities has satisfied every requirement of he tourist As Well As state resold its. Small resort towns situate near lakes and other recreational centers become virtual cities luring the summer months alive Voth the elite society of Chicago Milwaukee and neigh Boring cities and states. For once during the the solemnity of the Village Constable s duties Are broken As he tries in vain to keep the speeding chauffeur from the City with the Low Speed limits. Wisconsin s endowments and Superb conditions have caused resort operator from Maine and the Adirondacks to study wis Consin methods that their own re Gions will Deve of and attract with the magnetic Powers now enjoyed in the Badger state. Of course Wisconsin Hai no Yellowstone Park but the splendor and Charm that lies in Pines rustic Cabins palatial Sumer Homes sparkling lakes and modern conveniences go hand in hand to at tract vacationers from far and wide. It was this irresistible Charm of the .3rule River country that pleased Coolidge when he sought to establish his summer working quarters. Vacation lists Are attracted to the Northern countries because these spots have and the dream of the worried financier and tired business Man and their families. The North Woods is a Paradise of wild life and wooded lakes. Other bid strongly parts of the stator recognition As popular summer recreational havens however even though the qualifications of Northern Wisconsin have the Edge Over other counties. Of mosh and Lake Winnebago offers the advantages of the largest Lake in Wisconsin but Lack the color of the Northern lakes setting. Yachting can been Joyed there however where it would be Impf Sable in the smaller lakes of the Rorth Woods. Along the Mississippi River in the Western part of the Prairie Duchien folks Tell of their keep Cool met hods of Boatini on the father of with fishing aplenty in the Winneshiek. River. Green Lake has a Fine Lake frontage and boasts Fine Stirmer Homes. Including that of Lawson editor of the Chicago daily news. At the Mouth of Sturgeon Bay is a Large on the Bluffs of the Peninsula protruding into Lake Michigan. For this unusual summer Home locality a Panor Amic View of the City of Sturgeon Bay to the was and Northeast and to the cities of Marinette and me nominee to Tho West. Is afforded. The West Shor of Lake Michigan from Kenosha to Manl Towaoc and beyond offers vast possibilities but expansion is comparatively Small As yet. Resorts Are also located at Pembine on Coleman Lake at Birchwood on Cedar Lake Hay Ward on spide Lake and at Bay Field and made Una Island on Lake Superior. Our attention cannot help but Buck to the of of the world. The duo cheese factories and has helped. The rail made their contribution ing refrigeration cars at shingles with a Hodg a podge of i possible rates. The Indian names inscribed i Here upon the Wisconsin Dairy with the name of their establish j much in the Field of Sci ment. _. Tho state has Miles of Trout streams Langlade and Shawano counties Lea Ling with vesti gation. Babe Oak is a Good example of this. All accomplishments Art tit a Fri essentially one Organ Tealon 700 Miles each. Shawano county i Hoard Dairyman s has a Large Lake with a Pavilion and Many summer hones on its shores. Indian trails and tote roads Are becoming bridal paths in Wisconsin swimming holes Are not lakes. Exploitation has assumed huge proportions so much so that proceedings have been la inched to prevent the land o likes from expanding into a Mere Bubble. There was a time Wien new York and the Wisconsin Minne Sota vacation regions s Ood alone in the business of vending recreational pastime. Other states saw this lucrative and incr i sing Busi Ness and began developing their own regions. They studied methods in Wisconsin and followed up by trying to negotiate a Boim in real Florida style against oils. Wis Consin supplies All of he wants of even the More fun Nick vacation tourists because the volume of business in the last few years has expanded in astonishing amounts. Fishing is known As of the most popular summer in creations and Wisconsin has its Fth. Game preserves have retained much of the state s original wild life while fisheries that resupply Trout and Lake fishing grounds with spawn have been built up All to rough the the Lake Section. Florida May focus attention on her Saad tots and prospective Bonanza develop ments but Wisconsin looms and cashes in on natural endowments and facilities. Lake frontage is the main topic of conversation in Thi upper part of the state where the Boom is at its Peak replacing even the topic of prohibition. The chatter about Lake front Ives is incessant. Maps Are Ava table out lining every Inch of the Shoreline lots that Are syllable. Sale is not restricted Only to frontage on Lake and Rivers either for immense acreage of Back land is being sold in conjunction with Shors property for reserves Golf courses private game Parka and airports. Wisconsin s Dairy Industry by j. M. Lecount student Marquette University College of journalism Wisconsin in he leading Dairy state in the Union in the business of producing milk , and cheese. According to an article in the 1927 Blue Book Wisconsin is first in the United states in Dairy cows having listed head on january 1, 192f. Briefly 49 per cent of the Gross income of the Wisconsin Fanner comes from milk. When it is realized that one fourth of All the Dairy products in the United states Are produced in Wisconsin then you Berin to see the importance of this i ast Indus i talons butter Makem tons cow testing and ice dream Era. It is needless to my these organisations Are utmost to Advance the Dairying. Through the farm lines the state legislators Public schools much valuable vice is rendered in behalf of Dairy Farmer. The Dairy com Sion has aided considerable in venting adulteration Mii brn of products or unfair do scr Tion. The future of the Dairy try in was Conan is most p ing. The present Congress probability raise the Tariff on products making a or demand for Wisconsin the East. At the same development of the air plane Means of whole milk Tion will mean increased profits of the Farmer. A win Masv Ion will be looking toward we sin for its sustenance. Try. Ten for the Ratanu fact re of but cheese and Cone eased and evaporated milk is listed As one of the Twenty five Foren oat tries in this country. Wisconsin s Dairy Industry includes Dairy farms cheese 611 then came Cosci paid though unemployed the consolidated Power a Peeper company of Wisconsin map Csc. Of which George w. Mead to Dent seems to have largely Swec its unemployment problem least it has removed Mich of terror of unemployment fro minds of its own arrangement with represented at agreement is simple ing periods of unsent approximately one third Lar wage provided that a earned outside the Plant Fey i Ous temporary work arc 4sd the scale is graded going t a month for the most ski Lex dropping to a month for Mon labor. That the Mead insofar As it is should be Clear. That Tion in some form would Best Long time try generally is not debatable fear of unemployment to fat the instinct of self preserve to and men will go to moved by that impulse. They1 go far to get this prot Toutt but if Industry will a sep solve it. A mutually beast teat Tion May be possible will not help to seek and Industry to compel compensa1 Pul Sory
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