Build Wisconsin [1925, no. 18], pp. -4 PDF (1.3 MB)
Page 4 F1=77AT cow testing association work in Kowaunce county can be developed fa- beyeond its prosent condition was emphasized in the last issue of Mc;' Dairy .Wqsciatao-s 'TI-' L'J:Y EAI;URG 1Y.WS. Sinco milk products are Nec.ded i1L Kce'irrrnmc, 'oir--v tho bigjest scurce of income to the county iaru.;ei, ,-NL, N.3 £.;ouJ.s that three or four more associations should be organized in thc scctlor, lheerc once is ncw 'unctioning. To make an im- prues-i)n In c Ca V .7 h'._ minds, Ediuor Earl A. Balza used one and ono-thiru cohlimn cf his fiont page for this story, and he set it off with a louble col. Piad Then to give balance to the front page the Luxemburg editor took all of the right hand. column to tell of the cor.ilnK mi.eting of the Town and County Club. A double column head was also used to set off this timely piece of rural news. 30 7 WiIZEN sending in his subscription to THE CHILTON TIbIES, a Seattle, VWJash- ~initor._su^-.criber wrote Flitor T. A, Hure tha.t 'he further he got from Former Wisconsin Man the Badger state the better he liked his old La dsuBadger Farmirg commonwecalth. And in forming he has noticed, that Wisconsin does not suffer by comparison with the states of the Pacific -coast. The western letter advises Calumet county folks to stick close to Wisconsin if they continue to farm for, he sas, "conditions are so different in Washington that one would have to learn to farm all over again". 30 7v XTH the addition of THE SPENCER RECORD to his string of weekly news- - __apers, E. C. Clark now owns five Badger weeklies. The other four Clark Adds Another Paper papers are located at Milan, Curtiss, Withee, To Quartette of Weeklies and Abbotsford. In turning over TIE RECORD to its new owner. Editor James W. LeBell said he has found many ups andodowns in newspaper work but he has had the pleasure of working with real enthusiastic people in Spencer. THE RECORD is in its thirteenth year. LeBell will serve as editor for Mr. Clark 30 "The farmer's situation in the market as seller or buyer is disheartening and undoing but there are deeper sources of his troubles and weaknesses that can be cured only as he and his family get full fellowship in creative endeavor, furnished through the development of rural community relations and in- stitutions that will give the richest twentieth cen- tury tone to their lives."
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