Abbotsford Tribune (October 26, 1944)
Contact: R. Lipprandt
Surnames: CLEMENT, JACKSON, KUENNER
----Sources: Tribune - Phonograph, Vol. 46, No 43, p 5, Wednesday, October 25, 2006
(October 26, 1944) Fruit Specialist Will Be At Armory, November 2
At the request of farm people in Clark County, the country extension office is launching a small fruit program for Clark County.
Conrad Keunner, fruit specialist of the University of Wisconsin, will be in Abbotsford at the armory, Nov. 2, at 1:30 p.m. to assist in working our a program.
It is hoped that all people who are interested in any or all phases of fruit work will attend one of the above meeting.
An example of what can be done was demonstrated this past year in the organization of a spray ring in Clark County, which proved very successful to its members. Small fruit for home use can be raised in Clark County successfully, and a good fruit program will bring desired results.
(October 26, 1944) Buying Milkweed Floss
Mr. Jackson, the agriculture instructor at the high school, will buy milkweed floss at the grade school, Saturday morning, beginning at 8 a. m., Oct. 28. The price will be 20 cents per sack. You are requested to bring in all the milkweed floss you have accumulated and help save a fighting man’s live.
(October 26, 1944) Army Nurses To Speak In Drive For Nurses
Lt. Col. Jane Clement, who has returned to this country after serving two years as director of army nurses in the Southwest Pacific area, will speak in Wausau, Nov. 3, at 7:30 p. m., at the Wisconsin Public Service Auditorium. All Red Cross workers, young girls interested in the nursing profession, and the general public are invited.
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