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County Extension Agent Agriculture IFFICE PHONE 298-3623 HOME PHONE 298-7125 .]()||I! Kavanaugl| G OUTLOOK GOOD R 1973 bg producers received ae surprisingly good m just before Christmas. i USDA report HOGS O PIGS provided in- hation indicating that ; prices will continue at y profitable levels for at it another six months, probably for all of the ing year. e government report, usual, was confined to ibers of hogs on farms to farmers' farrowing ntions from December 1 mgh May. But from e clues to prospective ket supplies of hogs we make useful forecasts of es during the coming VER HOGS AND PIGS HAND he total nunber of hogs pigs on farms ember 1 was estimated |,502,000 head, 2 percent than one year ago. The er of hogs kept for Wing, however, was up cent. !e number of market i and pigs on U.S. farms amber 1 was estimated L516,000 head, 2 percent than a year before. The tction was a surprise luse the USDA report in mber, which covered rates, had pointed to an ease of 2 percent or e. However, the June wt, which covered all as, had shown that lets intended to farrow rcent fewer sows during six months June- ember than one year ire. At this stage of the cycle, actual farrowings lily exceed early in- ions by 2 or 3 percentage ts le number of market weighing over 180 Iris was listed at ,000, 12 percent less a year earlier. Most of hogs will be marketed le last of January. weighing 120 to 180 were estimated at down 2 percent. weighing 60 to 120 Ads were listed at i9,000, down 3 percent. SOW FARROWING IN- TENTIONS Hog producers reported intentions to farrow 6,970,000 sows from December 1 through May. This number would be only 6 percent more than were farrowed a year ago. The actual increase probably will be larger, perhaps 7 or 8 percent. Even so, the consequent increase in market supplies during the last half of 1973 apparently will not be excessive. Many have asked why farmers have been so slow to increase hog production. We believe that the prin- cipal reason is that most hog producers operate at full capacity whenever possible. Production increases materially only after a substantial number of the producers construct or acquire new buildings and other facilities. Planning and construction usually requires several months, sometimes more than a year. In recent years most of the major decreases in hog production were the result of some farmers quitting the hog business. Most of those who quit do so after several months of unprofitable prices. It now appears that the next such period will begin in 1974. If this proves to be true, the four-year cyclical pattern of hog production and prices, which has prevailed for twenty years, will be on schedule. Guests for the traditional Christmas dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Condit of Centertown were J.W. Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. N.C. Montgomery, Clark Tichenor, James, Norwood and Van Mon- tgomery. This was a very special occasion as the ages of five of the guests ranged from 77 to 91 years of age. After the dinner and gift giving the Montgomery brothers provided a memorable afternoon of music. the number of pigs [,%% 6e e-eg ,e,-we-e%6 ,r 60 pounds was posted I  9,082,000, just 1 percent [ ...... :: : " e than last year. : ..... : " .:] le number of market and pigs weighing r 180 pounds thus was : i: it 1 percent less than :i  year. Consequently . ..... ket supplies from late : lary to early July may E T.c. Sanderfur ! bout the same as in 1972, [ i o Slightly less. Prices Farm Bureau Ins.: ild be at least equal to owse of a yearandearlier,gilts whenand I Life" Blue Cross : |inal markets ranged I_ Fire - ,4uto tly between $23 and $27, [ Phone 298-7354 "J averaged about $25. t at)) e) e) t) I) I o))) , tHE WORLD'S SMALLEST (actual size) !BUT MIGHTY YOU'VE BEEN HEARING AID LOOKING FOR Fits all in-the-ear car,al no tubes-- no wires lmost invisible Here is the ultimate in per- formance, comfort, satisfaction, cosmetic ap- Peal, and economical operation. !DELITY'S NEW F-652(AVC) Intra-Auricle/in.The.Canal HEARING AID !OME IN OR CALL FOR .... REGISTERED DIAMOND RINGS 1705 Tr!plett Street, Uwensboro, Ky. J ross From 0 Henry s Restaurant, Phone 685-1045 Taunya Hobson Celebrates Birthday Taunya Lois Hobson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hobson of In- dianapolis, Indiana, celebrated her first birthday at the home of her great- grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. Virgil Ford of Frank- fort, Indiana. Also present were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hobson of Fort Worth, Texas. Refreshments were served and she received many nice gifts. Rev. and Mrs. Ford are formerly from Ohio County. Rabble Driver Letter To Santa Claus Dear Santa, I am 2 years old. My name is Rabble Driver and I want to thank you for all the things I got for Christmas. Don't I look happy. Your friend, Robbie Driver Carl Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kessinger was in Daviess County Hospital for tests and observation. He is home now and doing well. FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS ENGAGEMENT A Keepsake Diamond Ring , . . guaranteed perfect, protected against loss and permanently registered. You cant buy any finer, anywhere. '122" '129" s295 !EE DEMONSTRATION ,, " M Lowe pt 401  , -2,o;'9"s; .... ] . Owner Come in. call,-------------write----fo home appointment I I Owensboro Hearing Center New Panther Creek News Mr. and Mrs. Brady Westerfield and family from Indiana have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Westerfield. Visitors in the home of Gain Lee and Mrs. Thelma (Ted) Westerfield for Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. David Geary, McHenry; Mr. and Mrs. Alva Ray Braden and children, Sherry and Michael; Mrs. Bonnie Nix, Lisa, Todd and Andrea of Owensboro; Mrs. Mary and Miss Agatha Westerfield, Owensboro; Mrs. Mac Warner, Masonville; Mrs. Gladys Patton, Pleasant Ridge. Everyone enjoyed a delicious dinner, picture- making and exchanging presents from under a beautiful decoraged Christmas tree, with lots of talking and laughing. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Westerfield of Owensboro were also dinner guests. Rev. and Mrs. Irlan Snyder spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Payne. Mrs. Bessie Colyer had a small family reunion while her sister, Mrs. Haffey Hamilton from Fordsville visited with her for a week. Personal Mr. and Mrs. Dane Milligan and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Westerfield returned home December 22 from a tour of Los Angeles a California and Hawaii. They attended the National Farm Bureau Convention in Los Angeles December 10 thru 14 and then flew to Honolulu, Hawaii and toured the islands of Ohau and Maul. (omitted last wqmk ) Her brother, Mr. Everitt Farmer from Whitesville and another sister, Mrs. Allen Conrey met together in Mrs. Colyer's home. Other visitors in the home were Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Lee Colyer, Laura Jean, Debra, Lee, Bobbie and David from Oaktown, In- diana. Thanks to everyone for making the Christmas season brighter. Some visitors in my home were the Hall Street Baptist Sunday School Class of girls and teacher; Mrs. Grace Stephens, Mrs. Evelyn Benningfield, Philip and Eddie, Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Thomas, Mrs. Mae Warner, Mrs. Pam Poole, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Spalding from Louisville, Mrs. Mayme Taylor, Mr. Ben Taylor, Mrs. Ruby Alvey, Mrs. Ava Hudson and the Buck family. Mrs. Nina Colyer spent Christmas with her brother, Mr. Douglas Patton and the Ray Patton family of Hawesville. Mrs. Everitt Farmer has been ill at her home and is slowly improving. To report New Panther Creek news contact Mrs. Aldra Patton. If Ben Were Here, He'd Save With Us... He knew the value of saving money while still in the earning power period of life, from 20 to 65 years of age. This gives us only 45 years to save wisely and make cer- tain our money draws in- terest to help increase our bank roll at retirement. Let us help you set up a savings plan today. BANK OF DUNDEE FD Phone 276-3631 O'SAGE HALVES OZ. PEACHES ......... .2.9. .......... 29' DONALD DUCK UNSWT. GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ................... ...... 47' BUDDIE PEAS VELVETTA CHEESE 69' COLD TABLETS FOR CHILDREN (SAVE 169 CONGESPIRIN ...... PAIN RELIEVER (SAVE 27') EXCEDRIN ........... .... 6Y WHITE MONDAY BLEACH '" 35' GIANT (20' OFF) AXION ................. ..... 52' PRICES GOOD JANUARY 4, 5, 6, 1973 Thelma's Rockport - 274-3871 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ... o.,o TIAIE5 Yew Pklm Newspaper HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 4, 1973 11 231 4-H'ers Club Meets The 231 4-H club met December 21 in the fellowship hall of Beulah C.P. Church. There were eleven members and both leaders were present. The meeting was called to order by the president, Allen Hudson. The Flag bearers, Jeff Baird and John Hudson led the opening exercises. Cardell Leisure presented the program entitled "Speak Up". The leaders, Mrs. Leisure and Mrs. Hudson were presented Christmas gifts by the club. Jane Tinsley led the group in Christmas carols and games. After refreshments of cookies, punch and popcorn balls on candy canes, we made some tape recordings for the radio with Mr. Fourqurean. Reporter, Lisa Phillips Henry Block has 17 reasons why you should come to us for income tax help. Reason 1. We specialize in income tax lxeparation. We know the wrinkles. We dig out every honest deduction. There is very little chance we will let you overpay your taxe$. [0000I00BLOCI00 THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE Spink's Shopping Center, Hartford, Ky. Open Weekdays 9 til 9 - Sat. 9 til 5 CALL 298-3756 JUMBO (BY THE PIECE) BOLOGNA 69' FIELD'S CHILl 69' YELLOW ROOT CARROTS pw,. 17' GREEN CABBAGE .................... J..- ....... 9' MEDIUM YELLOW ONIONS ..................... !.!.:... 49' VALU-MART COUPON 1 lb. FOLGERS COFFEE Coupon Value 24' Llm,t 1 CoupoH Per PL,c:hae Offer Exi)re Jara'; 6 1972 VALU-MART COUPON 10 oz. CHEEKIOS Coupon Value 10' eOu!r Price W41hotit Couoon L,rI 1 COLDOn Per Purchase Offer E xf,res Janaly 6 1972