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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY 12, 1976 9 e L. Myers of Ferguson & Equipment Company has announced as a winner in Harvester's year long and service campaign. Mrs. and her husband will join than three hundred In- Harvester Agricultural and service managers wives and Company service managers . . . all in the firm's past year's Parts and service campaign... will be enjoying St. Patrick's Brown has been named to the List at the University of College of Business and for the past semester. To List, a student must point standing of at least is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Hartford. Day in Ireland in 1976 as guests of International Harvester. During their stay in Ireland the winning parts and service managers and their wives will enjoy such pleasurable-experiences as sight- seeing, banquets, special receptions and other seasonal activities. The top parts and service managers winning this trip award will become the first members of a newly established IH Parts and Service Managers Marketing Council. This Council, accor.ding to the Company, is designed as an idea exchange, providing, aft opportunity for both IH management and dealer represen- tatives to discuss mutual problems, and exchange ideas on product support through effective parts and service marketing. The winning dealer parts and service managers' program was based on a 12 months overall-re!aft objective performance. Dealer parts and service managers nationally competed against each other for the trip awards to Ireland. Wilma, has been parts manager for Ferguson Tractor and Equipment Company for 7 years. CERTIFIED s2 Above Chicago Market WILLIAMS * CUTLER 71 ESSEX * By John Kavaqaugh, County Extension Agent RADIO BEEF AND FORAGE PROGRAM Plan on listening to WLLS on Tuesday through Saturday, February 17-21 at 6:15 a.m. for a discussion on beef production practices and forage tips. The program will feature Gary Lacefield, U. of K. Forage Spec- ialist, and Curtis Absher, U. of K. Beef Specialist. We will be discussing production practices that should pay well for the forage and beef producer. I will be discussing the week's ac- tivity later on this week over my daffy radio program at 6:30 a.m. FARM MARKETPLACE T.V. SERIES Have you been watching file new T.V. series on Farm Marketplace, being brought to you by the Univer- Market, Forward Contracting and Transportation. If you would like to have supporting material for the .program free, call the Extension Office (298-7441) and give the secretary your name and address. SWINE HERD HEALTH CLINIC, FEBRUARY 27 The fourth annual swine herd health clinic will be held on Friday, February 27 at the Field Packing Plant in Owensboro. This will give you a chance to evaluate the per- formance of your hogs as well as the effectiveness of your swine health program. You can enter from one to five hogs in the event. They should be market weight and delivered to Field's bet- sity of Kentucky, College of ween 8 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. on the Agriculture. The program which 27th. Field's will purchase the hogs at begins on February 2nd and can be market price on day of delivery. viewed each week on Monday nights at 7 p.m. for 16 weeks. This is on Ky. Educational T.V. and can be seen in our area on Channel 53 - Bowling Green, or channel 35 - Madisonvffle. Topics to be discussed will include: Alternative Marketing Tools, Using Future Markets, Hedging, the Roles of Brokers and Speculators, Market Strategies, U.S.D.A. Reports, Cash You will receive a confidential report on each hog you entered in the clinic at a meeting to be held about one week after the event. Some 52 area farmers entered 218 hogs in the clinic last year. A real good opportunity to have your hogs checked for disease and parasites free. Call the Extension office if you have questions. Laurie A. Watson, a junior from Ohio County High School, busily wraps a gift for the Regional Career Developmental Conference held at Eliza- bethtown Community College on February 11. At this conference stu- dents of Distributive Education demonstrate their skills in the marketing and distribution of merchandise. This is Laurie's first year in Distributive Education at the Payless County State Vocational Technical School. She is the daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Watson of Centertown. Vocational Edu- cation Week is being observed February 8-14. By Archie Gragg, US ASCS Forest land, in addition to producing timber and wildlife, regulates water flow. Not only do forest soils retain moisture and store Protected against sun and wind, snow will remain on the forest floor much longer than on exposed areas. Also more of the melting snow is absorbed water, they also have much to do with by the loose, porous, and frequently controlling water movement both on unfrozen forest soil than by the You pay s2.00 Deposit Now Ar'lk lF A 7 q~' " and beneath the surface, usually frozen soil of open fields. Then pay Balance in Season! The speed and volume of water movement through the soil depends When rain falls in the forest, part of . . . on its structure. Any given soil canit clings to the leaves or needles of MILES FARM ~lllrtrtl 13urrL, r New arrivals at the Ohio County New arrivals at the Owensboro- store only a certain amount of water, trees and other plants, and some Hospital: uavless uounty rmspital: The amount of water already in the trickles down the stems and plant A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Eddy A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ken-soil determines how much will be stalks. Keller Road PHONE 926-2420 Simpson, Centertown, February 8. neth Frames Jr., Dundee, February stored during any particular storm Forest cover prevents soil erosion A son to Mrs. Mary Fleener and the provided the water is able to get in. and helps to store water and late Byron Fl~er, February 9. , A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Onie Good forest soils, which take in water decreases flooding and sedmentation. Im 'Wilson;Beaver, Dam; February 4. quickly, canhold 50 percent or more With the above in mind it is very easy IIIlllllllllllllllmmT[cHENoRFE IIIIIIIII.iARY "! of their total volume, to see the need for tree planting on l & mlnlet_.., .... Snow accumulation and melting are steep eroded fields or fields that are . .... =.,,~d'Utu_r~ also influenced by good forest cover, undesirably located. Appointed Oriental-Sty] Vegetables Kenneth C. Kane, administrator for b 1[I[ T __ [ KellyW Kane, deceased. , , , P t_ w eJco n e Change I OPEN NIGHTS TIL 6:30 Christine H. Gray, administrator for Elbert Hazelwood, deceased. i~~ L~o., C0M E IN AND SHOP Bessie Whobrey, administratrix for Perhaps too few of us take the time frozen Oriental-style vegetables in u~ut,m \dk .I George Whobrey, deceased, or effort to fix creative, interesting the supermarkets now, and then Special |l Hugh Duke Sr., administrator for vegetables. Main dishes and desserts advance to mixing your own com- Weeks Special Tiny James, deceased, receive the major attention while binations by carefully shopping the ~/ I[ Denver Hurt' administratr for Ida vegetables are just heated up as a nd gurmet and freign fd sectins fr - NEW - NEW " .41b ~ P/'%4,. Used Bell Hurt, deceased, to proper nutrition, canned ingredients. U~~LIsT~~$ \~'3626"5'~1 Charles L. Rideout, administrator The Orientals have a delicious way Try stir-frying fresh vegetables the. 1973 \l |1 for LucyMaeRideout, deceased. with vegetables and can give us some Chinese way. Quickly saute them a Richard G. Ford, administrator for good ideas on preparing them. You small amount of oil. They should )75 LUV PICK DISCOUNT II !11- - \ 1 Jesse T. Ford, deceased, might start by trying some of the new come out hot and firm. WHITE TIRES, 4 SPEED SALE PRICE 3253.00 ----'~- I--/" ' |] 98 _ |] Any family addicted to french fries TRANSMISSION, OLDS mw