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La Crosse Tribune and Leader Press (Newspaper) - June 5, 1939, La Crosse, Wisconsin Monday Evenmo june 5, 1939i-a Crosse Tribune and Leader press Page five. Nor a is a he. Jef amp. Sep 83 a it Zzz loud nil boys. Girls enrolled in 4-h ii us for year report 13 new group Marling program Iii Trempealeau county Vav s a special in Ltd a a Quot county 4-h club in Quot in organization n Trempealeau coun a m w groups. There it a enrolled this More than the 1938 there Are five More meal eau county this freckle Anil his friends Freek got a jobs almost a a boy we were # cry Tanjay Cuc v to by 1 let u5 of without a fisc t i Sot to <50 move Amo take off these duos / is a a a 464 in or too / if pop Ces me in this outfit hell. Raise Cain / 111 wave to sneak in a window / in sorry those kids delayed you. Or. Gimlet but Moure Welcome la share freckles room tonight / who were they ? by Merrill Blower farm notes options on North Wisconsin lands f associated pros staff writer j Grasshoppers observers know Grasshoppers have big appetites but it is not always easy to put j this into familiar terms. Here is j an estimate considered by entomologists to be about Correct. It is said 300.000 a hoppers will As much forage As one Range cow. I Many farms in the heavily infest of sections of Minnesota and the Dakotas will have several times this number of hoppers per acre if effective control of the pests is not achieved. Tit largest club in the county in Dodge hustlers of 47 Mem unit r the leadership of mrs. A tills and Paul Jennings. The re largest club is the Tri col w erkers with an enrol a 0f 34 id by Joyce spotter Gator Leader. Glasgow Herdics v i re have 33 members. Or. Or. A b. Ekem Are the. Re r the club assisted by miffed Waller and it a Guor leaders. Lits 27 or Moor let Northern lights �?�7 or lied. W Ith a. J. Browser. Assisted by Ber and Arnold Brovold. Ors. Miss Corella lie Leader of the Are a helpers 12 Mem i by Alice Breyer r. Earl Mattson Dik of nine Blair boys. I the girls and boys into separate clubs Arian Knudtson. Adit Vader for the seven girl ors and Hiram Heggy direct in work of to boys. A m. Hendrickson and Arnold Hanson Are leaders Lew club of la members in Valley Carroll Thorp and Stilton Jahr Junior lenders Are in Baric of the Brookside club of Ltd it i ers the Caledonia Mert i club has 14 members in Charlo of mrs. W. J. Smith and t of Bender aided by Faye k up Viola Olson and Claribel Smith Junior leaders. Sixteen Are enrolled in the chief Cut pastas helpers club led by in. Helmer thomism. Miss mar i r Odegard arid Donald skor the Cortland club of la hers has mrs. De a Ald Finner a Leader. Miss Stella Mallum in Leader of the Daggett Lane b he it 27 \ a d the r i e to n Idi Sci i yr-14 i is it a brr s. Assi the Lee at War jul a a avid it % i c 22 la Crosse county boys girls to receive pigs at picnic Here Twenty<4wo la Crosse county Rural people while the St. Mich Mann. Onalaska route no. I and Rural boys and girls will receive ads orphanage orchestra will pro Dorothy Cibl la Crosse route put i by cd pig wednesday after vide musical entertainment. I no. 2. Noon following the annual Myrick following the meal there will town of Farmington Mildred Park picnic sponsored for the farm be a Short program. Rosemary Craig. Mindoro and Joyce Olson boys and girls by the chamber of Moldenhauer and Robert Eggen j Holmen. Gerald Commerce pig club. Who won trips to the Wisconsin the winners two from each of state fair in Milwaukee last year the la townships in the county for showing their pigs at the inter were selected on scores in a com state fair will Tell of their expensive examination held several per inces. A speaker is being Scwecki ago under the supervision cured by Spreiter. Of mrs. Hazel of. Licht county inst 1939 Winner superintendent of schools and w. The winners of the 1939 pigs e. Spreiter. County agent. Are founded by merchants. Town of Bangor Ellen Marie thu pig club was founded by a Streeck Bangor and Clarence group of 22 la Crosse merchants Larson Bangor route no. 2. More than 20 years ago in an of town of Barre Donald Stullich fort to promote the Breeding and la Crosse route no. I and Shir raising of purebred Swine. George Ley Sagear la Crosse route no. Krause has been its president for 2. The past 16 years. Town of Burns Arden Loging Joyce Werner Stoddard. The business men will serve the Bangor route no i and Ray town of Washington Mary picnic lunch wednesday noon in mood Hesselberg Bangor. Kevek Rockland and Kathryn the Myrick Park Pavilion to the j town of Campbell Ruth Hoh Sather Coon Valley. To London town of Greenfield Daren Broadhead cowl Valley route no. I and Douglas Roesler Coon Valley. Town of Hamilton Laverne Nuttleman. West Salem and Violet Severson West Salem. Town of Holland Lois Klein Mith. Holmen and Merton Halverson Holmen. Town of Onalaska Bernard Krie d. Onalaska route no. I and b. O. Mahlum Onalaska route no. I. Town of Shelby Morris ams Rud la Crosse. Route no. I and annual Houston farm picnic is set for july 9 eat tracts in 15 counties in 6,350-acre plan of Federal Agency Rhinelander. for Purchase of 81 tracts containing 6,350 acres of land have been soils overproduction is one of taken by the United state de the largest causes of soil destruct apartment of agriculture in 15 Tion. It destroys soil through in Northern Wisconsin counties soused harvests and through need cording to an announcement by l. Less exposure to erosion. Wheat grading wheat which i contains Over to per cent of oth a or classes is graded a mixed a under j the Federal Grain grading system i in effect on terminal markets. Income the Bureau of agricultural economics estimates Farmers Cash income from marketing in h ill april totalled $463,000,00. A drop i of five per cent from March and speak Al gathering $25.000.000 less than had been is i amazed for the month. Iii Caledonia governor Staten Caledonia. the second annual county picnic sponsored by Houston county farm Bureau agricultural conservation association. Land of lakes creameries and Caledonia business men which is e. Sawyer assistant regional conservator for the soil conservation service. The options have been taken As part of the Federal program of a isolated settlers Purchase started which have enacted Rural Zorn ordinances in 24 Northern counties. L. G. Sorden headquartered Here is manager of the Purchase project. This project is but a part of a larger Long time program of Lan use involving Rural zoning Arn Forest and recreation development on lands Una Apted and unneeded for agricultural production. In the development of the Pur of a a a it my did im�lw0i government payments to Farmers in april totalled $90,000,000 compared with $60,000,000 in april 1938., m income from marketing in the pro a a the Federal Agen second Quarter of 1939 probably a has worked in close co opera will be about As Large As for the Bon with the University of mis 5, april june period last year and cons a i3 county agents coun to be held july 9 at Houston coun government payments Are expect p1� 1 wisc in a so Vil to fair grounds will have Gover a i to continue higher during these tees and the Wisconsin conserva nor Harold e. Stassen As their months. Wheat acreage the aaa has announced a National wheat acreage allotment for 1940 of 62.000. B Ftp Ith Ailo tot Houston 4-ifers plan to attend St. Paul meeting 30 member by present Gillie of county at in University farm Caledonia. Between 35 Heil to give talk saturday at Salem Guernsey program livestock breeders from All sect the civic committee assisting in main speaker. Preliminary arrangements have already been made by the groups j in the appointing of the following committees stand committee Oscar Sannes chairman. Mark Cor ,. A a a. Coran. Leland Klug Ernie Hanke j mice n Laurel Anderson Ralph johnston.1 noun cell soon. Peter Gulbranson. Edwin Burt Ness Kenneth Chappel Walter Vaaler Ben Albee and Merle Atmo. Program committee William Daley chairman. Henry Blexrud. Carl burtness Frank Farley and Tion department. Aid in zoning a a purpose of the project is Sawyer explained. A settler on sub marginal land Are Given a too acres seven million acres i Opportunity to relocate in Mer larger than in 1939. The App or favourable environments while an state and Federal agencies Are enabled to develop the land for forestry wildlife and recreation uses to which it is naturally All tract scheduled for Pur the increased allotment was made because of a reduction in prospective wheat supplies for 1939. The total wheat Supply estimate i Chase Are located in areas zone i for july i 1939, is 974,000.000 against agricultural use by coun bushels. A year ago. At the be to zoning committees ginning of the crop year. The total no Effort to a Force sales Quot h this Farmer is a woman Eliza Robert Sprague car parking. Or it a a a a Hplu i u j1 a it Rcd n san Vin j. Strand chairman. Linus Supply was Mhz a a bushels been made by the soil Confer Beth Hollingsworth and she Lic Pating trip to London As Texas Emster Walter Fruechte Tom Lions of Wisconsin a Well As from financing the Fuff it includes f. \. Agricultural representative to con Daley Ray Snure William malay adjoining states w ill attend the i arson John t unman or. George Ference of ass it cited country to and Carl burtness. Annual picnic of the Wisconsin j even son Donald Griswold and b. Man of world. She operates a 22 sport committee will be handled lever in members in the members will attend amp of Pigeon. To Eleva club. Fly Mem Rte i ii to brow 4-h club week from june 12-15 i also has an enrolment of in varsity i Ann. The 4-h Mem arranged for the afternoon with directed by Harold Brian ers u monday morning numerous contests being schedule r in. Der. Carol Grot in my Una and return i hurs Dav be for earlier in the Day. To club girl will Lead the june 15. The picnic program will open a a club which he Oll every Yea approximately 1.500 a just aging contest for farm to 2.000 4-h members from South prs v to Wjt a be Dirc led by a com Ino club will be it in Minnesota congregate at uni i tee headed by prof. I. W. Re show. Guernsey breeders association. A. Mau while on the picnic com acc farm Noar of it it Worth. Which will be held next saturday Mitten Are w. A Spreiter n. N. at West Salem. J Rowe. Adolph Nuttleman l. E. A feature of the Days program Jewett and Vilas Young. Captain will be an address by governor Stanley Olson is in charge of Park Julius p. Heil w to has promised ing. To attend the Outing and Partick at 1 30 p. In. Mayor f. V. Lar Pate in the festivities. Son of West Salem will give the the speaking program has been address of Welcome and v. L.1 _ Dickinson president of the state association will respond. The gov Farmer go on rate error then will give his address. # and the program will close with a talk by l. C. Bur Ligham Chicago Secretary of the National Dairy crop livestock n n 1 Ana Wii am l. Murphy picnic surveys marked in in a a a ssh a �5. By the Caledonia recreational project with Pat Coleman As chairman and Eva Murphy Agi sting. Registration committee. Robert Burns chairman Lester Haedt and William l. Murphy picnic flour sales of United states yer we heat and flour for Export totalled approximately 109.300,000 bushels from july i 1938 to april 30, 1939, of which about 93.600,000 bushels have been exported. Vation service according to saw data various agencies in for chairman Inoh Hefte Fremont deters and Robert Sprague advertising. Perk Steffens chairman. Ray Ryan and Francis Brady. Speaking stand committee. Melvin Ike chairman. Albert Somer Meyer and Jack Keefe donations total is smallest Iii it John bouquet chairman Styrk state s acreage of Canning peas hits Low level generally speaking settlers of that Type of land Are anxious t move elsewhere a he stated. A the Welcome the Opportunity to dispose of farms on which it or been impossible for them to Mak decent livings and provide add quate education for their Childr county zoning committees working with county Highway commissioners chairmen of county boards county Relief director and other local officials a hav. Helped the soil conservation service select tracts for Purchase. Save Public fund or. Am a Gar v of Tice a badge Iii Man Harbert erection of miss la i Verity farm for four Days to reared Arthur Pedera pc Cial instruction on Vari r and mrs claimer Ous 4-h project. The members Lead the Grant decor attend classes and receive Instruc-10 member Marion tion5 from various University pro Inion Bader a been it the afternoons Are spent c rho work of then might Saemg trips and athletic of the Happy do rite contest of interest to 4-h Mem a fall the Mars her. Member selected by local pol of the University of wisc on music during the Day is to be Madison of Stenejem and Henry Blexrud. Miss Cora Torgerson has been sin. Other member Are t Lawrence provided by the Vest Salem High Wisconsin Farmers arc now taking placed on the Coffee committee be. Sheridan p raft. _ Ana a a a a part in the nation wide surveys Outing her own assistants. Or. I Beng conducted to estimate the Rowe. Raymond Knutson and or Trio and the West Salem ladies i p�1 Ako Low pm Young. I Trio. W if 26 enrolled. Of or. Roy pos5 i oth a club re John Allen i it the Leader of Oak Grove club near Osseo. A it it Nern Bei and or or. In Iii void Are the Lead re the Osseo Badger a club 6 me mews. The Pleasantville of right members has chos Zabeth Williams a Junior or and Anderson also a for. A i Lead the 17 club Mem of e Riverview jitterbugs Ira Haskins is the Leader Valley club and 4-h clubs to make the trip Are out to and my Leader in then local club. To Ltd Date the following member have been selected from their respective clubs to represent them at 4-h club week Leonedes wrist Sci. Mayville Golden Gopher Ivory ice Skree Badger wonder workers Irene Anderson Badger wonder workers Melba Meyer Jefferson flyer Nina morn Black Hammer Swift Scooter Mary Lovett Caledonia Champion racers Margaret Thiel Eitzen be Square Marion Blue ribbon str announce series of eed meets perfect uniform seed Lorn tag Madison Wisconsin i j 1 a 4 t. Eral chairman Over All committees probably will have the smallest new i Rop Aci Cag it s and livestock the Caledonia business men will acreage of Canning peas reported i numbers in the state and nation again furnish a Large number of in the past 17 years the state will it is announced by the crop report awards which will be used in a continue to be the first ranking stale minters i Lino Isco Imti taking grail Force Iii intensive 1939 i Iii a air Rte Madison to the Anual statewide a Weed War. Fighting forces Are being mustered Iii plan to expand hybrid Market in Madison we is. A Wisconsin is taking the Lead in developing a uniform tag for certified hybrid seed com that will be accepted at a series of Weed commissioners Senn. Mayville meetings in All parts of the state and used by several states vers Wilma Fel it is disclosed by Henry Lunz act co operating states in this ton Mayville Meadowlark Ellen eng chief for the seed and Weed direct Are Michigan Iowa. Pro Illinois. V y brr a Harold i my directing the Corrigan Mound Prairie up and vision of the state department of Minnesota and the Dakotas it is. Reported by Henry Lunz. Acting my service of the Wisconsin and drawing during the afternoon. United states departments of agriculture. The annual livestock Survey is made in co operation we Ith the Post office department. Rural mail car j a Liers will distribute cards to about 17.000 Wisconsin Farmers. These j cards arc filled out and returned to the crop reporting service j Twenty two questions Are asked on the cards. Another Survey is being made to determine the acreages of the various crops raised in the state and nation. In Wisconsin cards were sent to about 9.000 Farmers who Are interested in aiding the crop reporting service in its crop Valier Farmers arrange heeling la Crosse county National farm loan association stockholders will Yit s flour removal of settlers from the rn9 1 Iguni Purchase areas will reduce Roaf maintenance school and relic i cons for the counties. Sazyc said. County taxing structures Elt a be a reorganized on a sounder basis after the Purchase program i is completed he added. Following is a list of the coun-1 ties in which purchases Wen made Ashland county one trac i totalling 80 acres Bayfield sevc tracts totalling 320 acres Burnet six tracts. 714 acres Clark seven tracts 353 acres Douglas two tracts 240 acres eau Claire fou tracts 560 acres Iron county three tracts. 201 acres Langlade. 15 tracts. 1.438 acres Lincoln is Quot t tracts 425 acres Marinette is producer by a wide margin according to the crop reporting service of the Wisconsin and United states departments of agriculture. A substantial reduction in the Canning pea acreage is also indicated for the entire nation. Nearly 74.000 acres of Canning peas probably will be planted in the state this year. This is the her to Acy Mallov dub com. Rauk o to. Each having to Hariott or. Kenneth beards r in. N r new House agriculture. Anderson these meetings Are being held chief of the seed and Weed Divi Oak Ridge orioles Selma John in More than 35 counties during it it on state department of a Nail or Leader of the trompe mgt a Portland Prairie Vera , june. Weed meetings were held lure. In 15 members and i Sheldon out to win Shirley Rauk in the other counties last year. This is another mean or exp and Gran Spring Grove hustlers Arlene two new enemies on the Weed i an dog the Market for Wisconsin Thoreson. Spring Grove Hustler front Are a Leaky Spurge and certified a vend eed Corn. More Rose Marie Privet. Sunny South a creeping Jenny and they arc re than 200,000 Bushel Cre pro sunbeams Helen Solberg Yuca j reviving special attention from the diced a the Badger state last ton willing workers Bertram army of More than 1.500 Weed Welscher Mayville Golden go commissioners throughout the Peers Henry Nelson Wilmington state. Marley Hanke Brownsville Busy the first Weed meeting was i Bee Helmer Ike. Black Hammer held in Waukesha Friday. May 26. W Cader of the Valley or. 14 member a ride fliers 13 in nun Hen Enghagen and Lahl a a leaders and i \ w ill direct the work member of the Wash Lee dub a club in estimating. With the rapid changes in farm prices and production. In recent year thew report., Are understanding of their duties and valuable to both Farmers and Busi As Shareh traders of Ness men Ilse association. All land Bank 9 commissioner members through Fri d _ Ivy a association Are invited to at two ounts 4-h i Nim 3iuvnuuiut a is is. Ii Durrs. Fld Nupuf. Lit hold their annual business meet a Kil tracts 1.279 acres Oneida avg Juno 13 at 2 p. In. At the City reduction in acreage has been Hall in West Salem. Reported for the state. The High the annual report of the Prog in 1935 when estimates Ress and financial status of the As grow ers planted 133, will be presented. One 300 car of peas for Canning. Last director will be elected. Reports acres Werc covering All activities will be Given during the meeting in an Effort to bring to the members a better tracts. 158 acres Price one Trad. 50 acres saw yer three tracts 28�?o acres Washburn four tracts 17�?� acres Florence two tracts 80 acres. Double Dutt Furnace Sennett n. Y. A up a for Sev ill members will Lune i Swift scooters Leland Meyer the Aeh Educ for Early june Fol a direction of Moth Eitzen be Square Ambrose Oling lows june 5, Juneau county year. Of this amount at least 35,-000 bushels have been sold outside the state. Lunz reports that about half of the com planted in Wisconsin this year will be hybrid Corn. He estimates that in the Southern and pm Root. A Leader for the Hegg Clit map hers 1 Jer. Freeburg Ray Bird Robert i Mauston and Grant county. Lan Higgins Hokah Champion work Caster june 6. Crawford county a ers Gerald Radtke. Hokah chiefs Prairie Duchien and Richland Ettrick Emin a tat in planned it Luther Myhro new Houe norsemen Glen Bouge. Sheldon out to win Robert Sandager Spring Grove Hustler Lloyd Gaustad. Yucatan willing workers Wilfred Pohlman Freeburg Early Birds groups organize two la Crosse county 4-h clubs were organized the past week. One of them being new. The Fol Wisconsin i while the acreage was not the largest reported for the state the Era Dayi cd ton a Phelps heard production of Canning peas last j strange noises coming from his year was the largest since 1930. Furnace. Out of a a or warmer we Quot Uduc a he Sute tast weath r Arr a d when a were produced in the state last Hen emerging from his Cella. I. K re a a. Phelps decided to investigate and Tane Wisconsin is by far the largest my a Ary re _ v ,. Producer if Neas for Canning i so m the Ash pan of the group management unit procurer or peas Xor Canning. Last \ a a a a by i a a a with Headquarters at Sparta is Yeav about a third of the total now serving about 1,200 Loans in acreage of Canning peas was in la Crosse. Monroe Juneau and \ a Sconsa and the state produced Adams counties about a third of All the peas canned a a a in the nation. Johannesburg South Africa. Present estimates show that has a shortage of maps of eur there will be about 260,000 acres the Furnace. Phelps says the Hen is still using the a a nest and is laying Well. County Richland Center june 7, Columbia county. Portage june 8. Green Lake county Marquette county. Monticello. Discussion leaders at the meetings Are Henry Lunz and a. L. K iter Oak Farmer of Mert thursday for vol ram Paul Klomski and Lloyd Schauble Stone state department of agn Union Ridge Champion while some hybrid seed Corn has been imported into Wisconsin. Exports from the Tate have exceeded the imports. It a been difficult for Wisconsin growers to interpret the Rule and regulation Quot of certification for hybrid seed Corn in various states. Several four Junior terrier i1 do it it special a a program to be held in a let Ball i hurs Dav evening to r errand v Ole mus French Creek As chairman. Pictures of erosion con be shown and musical 7 will be provided by log a kit. County agent a h Whitehall will. Dent Clayton Amundson Secre culture. Weed commissioners arc j conferences have been held and it tary and treasurer and Ethelyn encouraged to bring Weed for is hoped that a uniform cer Lee. Club reporter. Junior read and this is always an Tofu action tag acceptable to the ers Are Ethelyn Lee. Willard Hals t a in i a a interesting activity at every Weed Eon Belt states can be adopted. Verson. Agnes Haug and Erma to it let a a program. Bratberg a As a Climax to the three Day eight members joined the new Gail Anocia Tion Celebration of Erving the 75th an Walker club of which Dorothy lowing boys and girls Lomed the i rope. Dealers explain that map of i it was for Canning planted in the Long Coulee club la Vern makers Are Dot laying printing be nation this year. Last year there Thompson Ardelio and Orville cause of possible changes in were about 335,000 acres planted. Brat it erg Wayne and Erma brat Boundary lines in Europe. Some the planted acreage of peas this Borg june and Audrey Bratberg. Maker reported that maps print year is the smallest reported for Joan Marion and Agnes Haug. Of a year ago were almost a total the nation since 1933. Sylvan hotter Ethel in and Boyd loss. I be. Lloyd and Willard Halverson. And Clayton Amundson. Willard Halverson was elected president Ardell Bratberg. Vice pres or. Fred Madson veterinarian 225 so. 8th so phone 684 Wool a buy Wool la Madison. Wisconsin 4-h club members chosen As the states outstanding Junior leaders for 1938. Will represent Badger boys and Girts clubs a the 1939 National Junior leadership ramp at Washington. D. C. June 15-21 according to t club Leader. Niv Ersary of the Battle of Gettys Ruk is president do i Ore Quot Stor meeting Burg. President Roosevelt kindled Andt. Vice president Lorenzo n ii Quot i. I l a a flicks Secretary and treasurer of the a flame of eternal a Whitehall. We a special a a. I natural Gas flame atop Gettysburg e. Garaghan District Secretary of memorial. L. Bewick state Jhu National f Arm loan Assoria t a a a a Tion. Announces annual meetings v those chosen for tins Honor Are re 1ivt associations in h District. Erma Helen Riband. Chippewa j"1 Neelings will be held tues Jerry ii Hie Job Elm Tho ,. I by a i a frill t. A i i i unch w Iii bks served county Robert Helm Lafavette a re Beaver Creek soil Conter county and Stanley Huber and Ann near Alma c enter a p. In. M to r the has been established Ethel Buckley Adams county. Or a Merrillan National farm a a. Re a on ground floor of we Hile camped on the grounds of la an co or and five engineers three the United states department of jl0 1.Whitehall at 8 str b familiar. Will be to agriculture at the National Capi a it Hack. Tot. These Young people will meet Era a or d Ltd afm Twenty farm and hear Many nationally known x. District now have Avail agricultural leaders will receive a facial Hicks Secretary and treasurer and Phyllis Hicks club reporter. Other members Are Vernia Witte. Jeannette Plenge. Richard Stor Andt. And Elaine Rusk. Swift amp co. La Crosse wis. Phone 1051. The visiting mine attention banners and truck gardeners by sure to treat your seed Grain potatoes and seed com. This will assure you a Strong healthy and abundant crop. We carry formaldehyde and All the various seed disinfectants. Get after those Apple Trees. See us at once. We have a dust or Spray for All your requirement and carry arsenate of Lead dry Lime Sulphur Calcium arsenate Bordeaux mixture special potato Spray Garden Spray Paris Green etc., in All size packages. Drop in and let us quote you prices. Play Safe and get it at Hoeschler Corner main at fifth ave. A the big four association. The first j Jackson association will meet at the court House at Black River i Falls Quot wednesday evening and the beef River association will meet we cum Axt Wie woj t play we be Fen t a Mem Noemi a. A r Caf i by Hoban to. ,. Technical assistance helpful suggestions in Rural Lead i a a or. R a by the Federal govern or hip and will have Opportunity j thursday at the Buffalo county a them in retarding and to meet club members from other i rur at Alma. The second a f. T a a a. _ a. A a _ in a i alb a St Elk i n a a l a a Quot i of a a it t k. Of w4 8 of _ a a a a so of a pm i a % in 9 in in up lung soil erosion Field Quot of Quot fates with whom they will been i Jav f Naf i a in i in a attain and Corn Are be camped to. Tor strip cropping s do Rich a a Prus a 30.000 i a is l armed last aug a a Fri Quot located in re re Ettrick. Arcadia an lib # Dot a a t # n of r i hew. A it k tan 4-h dub Leader will accompany them to Washington. Trempealeau farm loan association will meet at the court House at Whitehall Friday at 8 p. In. In 1911. Perry Rodgers completed the first transcontinental air in eff sent operation of any one set of automobile Brake shoes plane hop flying from Sheepshead a a we a causes undue Wear on the other Bay. La to Long Beach Calif. R ,2? we con in to to or three which must then Bear the Rodger was killed in a plane and Login Ope Gnosis. A whole Load of braking. no months later. Vack wet it Emo wants a to Pia swell double flavor. Soape-/ltt7 ,. A a a i Box at m3ur. Soc tear Hucl. 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