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June 11, 1964

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% 7 t r.t ~ale B~tt, m r,very Friday Jewell County Record OOMID0g~D&I~Xq 07 ~ ~ AI:~C~AYlg. ~ ~ iltOl~, AND X~l ~ MtW I It " -- i I I I I u~lr i,- ii, -- I Vol. 74; No. 52. MANKATO. KANSAS Thursday, June 11, 1964 TWELVE PAGF.~ IT rr~ ~ ~ GOUNTT. ~ ~ 1T I I Myrtle Ionc Weltmer - Obituary In ~ha wm~,ert]me in a semi- dug-e~L on ~ne crL, ek bank several miles sou:b sf GcPham in RusseJ County, a baby gin was born t,e WiKiam B. and Carrie Ann Whi'tc and w.>s g~ven V.~e name :f ,My rde Icne. This was on January 10. 1895. She joined two brot.he.rs Th= e paten'.3 bad re~ent,]y moved ihare Ir,m J-,w:,'.l Ccun'ty whole bo~ of them had lived since dr:ld- bo~.d, s;a~hwasL g4 Jawed C}ty. Soon th,is ycung $am,~]y reOm'n.ed De:me ..... ._y ~o ..me same vicinity in Jewell County. SUBSTITUTION Spring Field Bag June 17 BETWEEN WHEAT At Experimental heId AND FEED GRAINS Everyone is cordial45, invited to attzn, d the Spring Field I)ay at the aMankato Exper'm~enrt Fie,:d on June 17. This icld is i0ca'ted 12 Would Be Authorized In 1965 Programs, According to USDA Announcement So that summer fMlow opera- tions for next year's crop may .rake pla~e pr0mp.l,ly, U,SDA announced ~h, at sub~i'tutic.n betrween wheal; and feed grains would be authoriz- ed in 1965 programs. E~peei~l~ly in muah of dryland Great Pta,in~ and Pacific Northwest ameas, wimer wheat ~,er harvest the fol}owi~g year ]s pl,a'n't'ed in the fa,li on sum~er fa'l,lowed land. Summer f,a~lowin,g ta~kes place extensively in tl~ay and June. Agrieulturai legisl, a~i0n makes prov, ision for this s~b~a,tution in 1964 and 1965 progran~s, .but it could net be put rote e{fect fgr 1964 because of the time ~.ement in~'o}v- ed. The reascm for sub~tuticm of where and feed ~rain~ far 1965 is to pevn~,t ~greater ~lexi.biti'ty in farm operator. Substitution w~ a~ply on indi- vid.ual farms ff the ~farm has bOth feed grain ~ba~e arid whea aHof mont. Producers wi}l need to rivet at ~l, ea~ minimum diversion for Ix~ wbeat and feed grains 'm or- der ~0o ~tilize subs~it~ion provi- SlOirls. W~ea, t marketing certificates w~ll ,be issued ~o paograrn coo~era- tom in 'a manner sin'~flar to this year's crop on the smaller of: (1) normal production of acreage 'al, lot- turn't, mut~ii~.ied by d~nestic ex- port atlocati~r~ pert-e~tag, es ,m be renounced a~ a ,lat~r date by t~e Secre~ry, or (2) vchea, t acreage pl, an,t~d ~or ~herazest mul,tipli~d by r~Tr~l yield. Nurr~ber of cer~i{i- cotes a~1oeated t,o a ~,amm will noi be ,increased beca, us~e of su, bstibution of ~heat for feed ~gra:il-~. :For ,w~eat producers in compli- ance w~i'th prig.ram requi~, total pr~iuetian of wheat wK1 be eli*gib}e ~r ~rme support even though ~heat aere~,ge is in excess of ~eat Ml~m'm~t bemuse Of the subs'~it~%ien proansions. Feed ~rain prod~an ~ pro- gram ex~peratovs ~ .be al~g~ble for pri,ee SUl~p0~ ~oans when such craps are g~wn in l~ace of ~mb.e~. I:f price ,s~pport paTsrm~ts ave ~u- ~horized as part off 1965 'Feed Grain Pr~m ~ feed ,grains a~-sub- s~ituk, d {or ~eat, pr~e m~ppor~ pa~mm~ts ~,~1 ,be ~rni, ted ~ rmrmai pr~tuotion of the feed grain base less diverted acreage (~ot less ~ban requi~ed rmninmm diversion under the ~Feed ~ Progrmn). NOTICE Tamera Sue Kell miles west of M~nkato on Highway 36 or 3 miles south of Es;acan on Highway 36. Spee3M speakers win be Howard Wilkins. Extemsion A~gr0~mist, Dell Gates. Ex~te ,naion Entom- ologist. Howard Wi,l.Mns wi'~l dis- cuss arid ,give a d'esaviption of the Wheat vari.e~i,es g~owing at the [Fie?d. Insect prcMems of whea and 0they erop~ wild be discussed by Doil GaCes. A ~vhea,t fe,r, tility ~4al a~d wheat, oats ,and grain sorghum in a legume [rotation wi]:l be observe~ ~nd cx~n- merited on. Seven spying oat. three sprin~ 'and six ~.n~er ba2ley vari- eties are ,to be seen a ,the tour. O.~er studies at the :Fiekt in-i eJ.ude: grain sorghum fert,1i'ty, I methods of gv0,and preparaion, and t weed e0ntrol. Nine soybean vari- eties are pl.a~ted and w~i.1 be dis- cu~sed A question and a~r period will foll.0w the tour of 'the F, ie],d. Information wihl be available pre- se~ti,n~g the resu, l,ts o~ previous years a~ the Field. Plan m ,attend the Spring Fi'e~d Day a~ the /Mank~to Experkmer~t F~eld .0n WedmesdaT, Jtme 17, az 1:30 P. M. You w~l ,be welcomed at the Field .arid we 'h.crpe you will en~oy ~he afternoon. ---Jim Cor~grove, SupL CHURCH and CHURCH SCHOOL PICNIC 6:15 at Mankato City Park- Sunday, June 14th Honoring Friends and Members leaving Mankato - and welcoming those moving im Pot-Luck Supper, bring your own service. Swimming before the meal Sponsored by the HARMONY METHODIST CHURCH _k MYF ICE CREAM SOCIAL VFW Hall SATURDAY, JUNE 13 Starting at 5:30 p.m. COUNTY SOE CONSERVATION INFORMATION DISTRICT 76 HELD ANNUAL MEETING FRIDAY Several Important Matters Discussed By Patrons. 41 Persons Were Present