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Four Horsomop of Recovery - Recovery. Louis J. Tabor, Master ;
Below we prmt the program for oil 1 National Grange, Columbus. j By
the two day sessions and the one o‘°- Q M,
night session of the convention. 1‘0?n;‘h§;vTh$a5;2$§:_° (gr_Dg8l°-2-,%
i WEDNESDAY gaigow, U. S. D. A., Washington, Of]
· 9:00 A. M.—Seven Years' Experience 1:45  M__S0mB slums on Su-aw. A
Growing Poaopos ip Lospodom berry Production in Kentucky. g
Sod· Herman Yopp· P“d“o8·h· KY- W. D. Armstrong, Hortlculturlst, gm
9:20 A. M.-Some Newer Develop- prmcemm Ky_ thc
- o moms of Apple and pooch Grow' 2:15 P. M.-Marketing Kentucky on
* mg lp Vi"gmlo·· A· H·_T€Sko· Univ- Strawberries. W. W. Maglll, Lex- cle
i of Va., Blacksburg, Y a. ingtony Ky_ b
i 10¤°0 A·M-—N¤W<=r USGS ¤f '1`<>¤¤¢¢<> 2:45P. M.-nesuns in Fertillzing. *%*
_ · Extract ip our S_p"8·Y Program- Mulching and Spraying Red Rasp- lliil
-   GLA‘;go5igpkkY· BY‘P*`od“°tB berries. C. S. Waltman, Lexing- he
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‘ _ 10:20 A. M.-How the Farm Bureau 3;30O;l_M_yLADJOURN]\[ENT_ ig
‘ May Aid Fruit Growers. Ben E. '
Niles, Pres. Ky. Farm Bureau, ANNUAL MEETIN`1(li~—Ii‘-:I§T§~AW- ins
- · Henderson. Kr BERRY ASSOC 0 S
l ` 11*00 A·M·_L"“d"’Ship and C°°p°"" The season for conventions and <
V . tion in Agriculture. Dean C. L. 1 t. · n us ‘
`_ ` Christensen, Madison, Wis. ammo moo mgs IS up? _ · mu
` ’ 1:00 P. M.-Memorial. Led by Ben Among the other organizations 1
r 1 2%)¤i>Nh2es,PHenders%¤. Kiy. _ v_ that are holding their annual ·
‘ : . .— runing ren s in ir- · · ·
. QI _ _ gmia Orchards. A. H- T€SkB’ meet1i{)gs tl1e neartl`uture?r§rtlle bu
.   Blacksburg, V8__ sti-an ern) associa ions 0 xen- Sp]
V   2:00 P. M.-The Best Known Method tucky. These meetings are for one M,
  (gl I§i¥i§1S Mgw ;¤d 0t1¤erR<>rg)ents day and have for their purpose .
.   » a nure rc ards. G. C. der- · · .. d‘ _ ‘
i .~». _ kn-k, U. s. D. A., Larayeue, inn. Fw °l°fCt§" °f_ Oiflcfli all?] lgci pl;
    -— ; ; 2:45 P. M.—Observations in Bacteri- or? O lc assess mm 6 u ` V0
  _ g A um Pruni in 1938, Frank street, lining of the policies of the asso- im
·   Tl H€¤d€1‘S0¤. KY· ‘ ciation and the discussion of the 1
    Li 3:15 P. M.—T'l1e 1939 Government » . `
`_ 4 i gn Program for Orchardists. O. M. genera; pl§gram·Oi-“Ork fogctlgc ml
    _‘V~ _ ;¥ Farrington, Lexington, Ky. Miixl das asso?-¤ 103 mel? go S ·
    .:‘·   E--~*~¤ S--e--· 2?.éi.$.   i2.- §§`°i3..·‘Z..?°; *-0.
..’. · ‘___, ’;.’ 7:30 P. M.-The Spray Program for .“ i
_ V;     5 1939. Dr. P. 0. mtener, Lexing- group ef their members t° be PY°$‘ of
    ton, Ky. ent at the annual meeting as th`
I   ’_ _-   i ‘ 8:15 P. M.-Newer Developments in posgiblg an
  EY Fruit Disease Control. Dr. W. D. . . -
.i.l.__..»?M.,-;_E§ . Vaueauy Lexington Ky. Below are the dates of several Ou
  'l.j1<;·.i Q 8:45 P.M.—Results or August Spray- of the m€€tmgS* in;
Y`  j"·`?_-·£-.i-’ ing of Peaches tor San Jose Scale. January 2, 1939-10:00 A. M.
    W. D. Armstrong, Princeton, Ky. Monday-Marion, Ky. Critten- .
 °€"`§¥_-Qi · 9:00 P.M.—Business Meeting. Ken- den County Strawberry Grow- ml
I -‘§_`»-.-;Y·._? { tucky State Horticultural Society. ers' Association. fei
y .9‘`   January 7, 1939-10:00 A. M. W]
    THURSDAY Saturday—Greenville, Ky. Green in
  9:00 A.M.-Some Strawberry Yield River Growers’ Association. ‘
i2j._j_’LQi7;-`.lj Comparisons in Variety Tests. January 14, 1939-10100 A. N-
  _ C. S. Waltman, Lexington, Ky, Saturday-Courthouse, Paducah. m¤
  9:30 A. M.-Improving Production Ky. McCracken County Grow- in
  —_··, Z ji-  and Quality in Worth While ers' Association. ve
{   Strawberry Varieties. Dr. G. W. , · _ i_~_ ‘z_
   ii Darrow, U. s. D. A., Washington, t.G"°"";1*`$ (gf of ;l“""{;‘? _“?°°‘l‘, Ve
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i-‘_    I 10:15A. M.-A son Banning Program plan to attend.
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