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,{ 1 Page Two e by Judi Hornseth S( 'tltCI)tilJC: i,'el)ruary lg- Washington's birthday i ltoliday ) Fehruary 19 - Sunflower ~llm~ lAshon February 2o Sunflower I)ay - liulhmd : , "~(KII"~ ~l'OII In/It' - (ir rll(i.v ihq I)O ~,lally peoph' try lo t,,r(,l~;ir(, lh#,n~selves lor ,1 tt illh'l" i'('lr('al b (Jl ill,iltl'Jl'S ~11"O i,t>l,ort(,d o;tc>h yC;ll" tl(int il/l- i)i'Op(T Itse el Stllihllilps The,~e hliurh's Coliht be '/cry pair+tul htirils, l)erlitallii'oly \vriilkled Extension Home Economist photo heratitis, which causes eyes to burn and have a sandy, gritty sensation. If the burns are severe, permanently im- paired vision could restllt. Solne people should avoid using sunlamps. Those with fair skin and those taking cerlain drugs have added sensilivity to ultraviolet rad- iation Exarnples of these (tru~s are sulfas, tetracycline- s, some Iranquilizers and certain drugs used in treating high I)h>od pressure, ring- wtwm and mature onset dia- ti('lf's It :t Stlltlamp iS used, some iwecaulions to avoid injury il t'C : The Cakes Times-Cakes, North Dakota SWINE PROGRAM Dickey County Extension service held a swine program on genetic changes in the swine industry and discussed swine diseases. The program was held at the Cakes Eagles 1. Use a timer and follow the Lodge on February 6, 1980, at manufacturer's recommend- 1:30 p.m. Program particip- ations for exposure time, ants included Dennis Just, Regional District from the North Dakota Pork Producers Council; Roger Haugen, Ex- tension Livestock Specialist; and Kurt Wohlgemuth, Exten- sion Veterinarian. Dennis Just started the program off by showing a frequency and distance from the lamp 2. Protect the eyes, 3. When replacing a sun- lamp bulb, use shorter expo- sure times than with the old one, The new bulb gives off more ultraviolet radiation. 4. Don't take a hot shower movie entitled "Now Is The before using the sunlamp. Time." The movie explained This removes body oils which the purpose and organization- protect theskin, al structure of the North 5. Turn off the lamp if Dakota Pork Producers Coun- >kill ;UI(i c'veti Skill can('er. Mosl ot these injurie.s oCCUl' ,,vhen people f:_ill asleep under lhe lanil), tail h) prolecl lheh' (>yes. or slay under the hmiI) !Oil long: Eyes are exlrelnel.v sensitive It) ullraviohq ra(tiat ArIU)/ (hiring W.W. I. tie Aurora Lutheran Church. ion. Even a I)riel look (tirecily niarrie(t the former Anna Mr Bjoraker is survived by inh) a sulflamp can cause Karlson. .lune2. 1924in his wife, Anna: 2 sons: Lloyd .... ~, of Chu'enmnt and Roy of lT!t'a} (,watonna: 3 grandchildren, 1 I ..... ,til,i;Via ':i !li!~ ..... ~lj~:+;i:+ ........ ~~____'~+]i~Ji:]i greatMartm ta;joraker, Owatonna, grandchild: 9 brothers: i~av= ~. !! MN., Arthur Bioracker, St. Paul, MN. George Bjoraker, Blooming Prairie, MN., Louis : ~ ,. ii~iI Bjoraker, Owatonna, MN., Guy P, joraker, Austin, MN., |[~[~ :lI ::] w^'f~ _ F,, 4. Ii:] ()h'lf t~joraker, Owatonna, IN~+i ~ / _i P,,~B,~,,~.llif}::!!: .h)hn Bioraker, Austin, MN, i ::+I;A L . .ILl. . 2,on2-.+Z+l1+iit Alfred 'Bjoraker, Owatonna, I ~;'.~::=+~~'~'::::;:~:::+~ ..................... i] MN., Walter Bjoraker, Mad- Vt ~!/~ ~~+++'~+ .*Pp~. ~.er ~qilii: ::~1 is(m, Wl. : 1 sister: Mrs. Frank :: ...... .................. +(;ladys) Pecachek Cedar There's Mr, lver C, Bjoraker, 82, of Aberdeen, South Dakota. They IQ 1, (Garemont died Wed- farmed in Cakes, North Dak- nesday evenlt~g at ()watonna ola from 1924-1938. They mov- ('fly lh)spital. He was born ed to Aurora Township where .lulv 2, 1897 in Aurora Town- he farmed until retiring in shii), tte served in the U.S. 1965. tle was a member of Roger Haugen followed with genetic changes and major causes of unsoundness. As Roger explained, genetic ch- anges can be done by selecting for heritability and by cross- breeding. Slides were shown and discussed showing what changes have occured and what commercial and pure- breed men desire. The trend is toward deeper, more level topped hogs with a higher tail setting. Roger also pointed out major factors affecting the structure and soundness of swine. Some of the major factors were the increased swine number under confine- KEVIN LIPETZKY DICKEY COUNTY EXTENSION AGENT level topped swine with some flex up front. Another factor is the improper calcium to phos- phorus ration. Here are some recommended ratios: For young growing pigs - 1.3 to 1 ratio (0.90 percent Ca., 70 percent P. > For young boars - (0.97 percent Ca. 0.75 percent P. ) For limited fed sows or gilts ~ gestation) - (0.90 percent Ca., o.80 percent P. ) Lactation ratios - at least ( 0.75 percent Ca., 0.60 percent P.) Kurt Wohlgemuth closed the program after discussing pre- ventative medicine. As area merit and the improper eal- producers pointed out to Kurt, cium and phosphorus ration, they're not in the swine Swine under confinement tend business because they as- i'hursday, Februa NORTH DAKOTA NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION MEMBER N.Dak. Address ER scriptions', Entered class office in Dakota of Congress 1879. Published 411 Main N.D. 58474 ingwaite, postage, Association - Foundeff1885 address Oakes USPS 401-080 THE CAKES TIMES J.E. BASSINGWAITE $7.00 Year EDITOR---PUBLISHER $8.00 and S. Dak. even in the swine industry. A and answered person can gain management dnring his skills by visiting with an once again experienced swine producer ion. IAke thal like your neighbor or veter- ounce of 1o break down up front; pecially like the squeal or reddening or tanning occurs ell. therefore, the producers like smell, but for profit. One of the inarian. Kurt discussed dis- pound of cur('." during exposure time. No best ways to increase return eases like mange, Atropic es covered , tanning effect should be vis- on investment is to help Rhinitisand scours, pneumonia. ~;~i,~ ible for several hours, prevent disease before it 4-H VET SCIENCE 4-tt R()l,l+l~:l{~ llu strikes. Vaccinations will help 4-1t youth enrolled in Vet There will hei~lm.~ a person sleep better as well Science had the opportunity to skating party ~7+", as giving some protection, listen to Kurt Wohlgemuth, February 17, I. +t,~,+ c IN NORTH DAKOTA IS A However, disease prevention Extension Veterinarian, give ring in At)erdeel~,na (t I ..~la d HANDFUL OF TROUBLE cannot be accomplished by a slide presentation at the l),m. to 7:( p.rl!l~,,., drugs alone. Top notch man- ()akes Armory on February 5, Count v4+f{ersa~ agement is a necessary tool, 1980, at 7:30 p.m. Kurt asked welcomet( applications this year, and the deadline for submitting ap- plication~ will be moved ahe- ad considerably Deadlines for completing hunte.r education courses gen- erally will correspond with the end of the school year, so those youths who have not yet completed the course but who plan on applymg for a permit. should make plans for taking the course as soon as possible, he pointed out. State law requires all hunters born after I)eeember 31, 1961, to success- fully complete the 12 hour course, he added. The Commissioner recalled last deer season, the first year mandatory hunting laws were in effect, many young hunters wailed until the last minute to take the course. The resulting rush put a great deal of l)ressure on the state's volunt- cause they could not get into a class. There are nearly 1,500 instr- uctors dispersed around the state, and classes are avail- able in nearly every com- munity, Kruckenberg said. lie urged persons needing assistance in locating an instr- uctor to check with their local license vendor or district game warden. Instructor info- rmation also can be obtained from contacting one of the Game and Fish Department hunter education coordinat- ors. Bill McDannold at 224- 2180 in Bismarck, or Erie Bakke, 237-7062 at Fargo. SHOPLIFTING m NOa+U o~o~ is HANDFIIL OF TROUBLE don't risk it! 6th Annual PERFORMANCE SALE of Reg. Angus Feb. 23 at 1:00 PM 5 mih, s West & I mile North of BrittoL, S.I). 35 Bugs 30 Heifers "22 years of Performance Selection" Write or call for Catalog CLIFFORD & JAMES BUSH Britton, SI). 5;430 Ph. 603-448-541il Group Flights to NORWAY To 0slo From: Bismarck $559 Fargo $534 Grand Forks $534 Every Friday June-July Via Northwest BREKKE TRAVEL 802 N. 43rd, Grand Forks Toll Free 1-800-732-4300 Red River Valley Winter Shows Livestock Sales Crookston, Minnesota SATURDAY, FEB. 23 BOARS & BRED EWES BRED GILTS Following Swine Sale 12 30 pro, Hampshire, Chester White. Rambouillet. Columbia, Hampshire, Sports, Suffolka Durocs, Landrace Lloy00ttesen, Bdl Ruff, Dorchester. Thief River Falls, Nab, AuctioneerMn, Auctioneer WEDNESDAY, FEB. 27 HEREFORDS' 1:00 p.m Bulls S Females POLLED HEREFORDS (Following sale of Herefords) Bulls S Females ANGUS Bulls & Females Lloyd Ottesen, Thief River Fslls, Auiloneer Sales Menesers end Clerks Helen Micheelson & Shsron Olslund, Crookston, Mlnnesots For Sate Catalog Write: Red River " Valley Winter Shows. Box 402, Cr rooks(on, Minnesota 56i7il 6. ~, i For Homes, ShoPs, I Your Trovel Professionals ot NODAK the answers to oll the most asked quei vacations at sea. MOST SAILINGS HAVE SPACE A' CALL NOW FOR YOUR RESERVATI0 ! i . n ii Call Kris ot ii,': I ,.8oo.s31! ' n Of | 124 So. Ce I Vagey City, Summer 1980 Flights to Oslo, Brekke Travel 1 (800) 732-4300 Toll-free, N.O. Oakes, North Dakota" Wicklivestock confmement buildings give you more acres for your crops. With a Wick confinement building, you can save labor. Eliminate bedding. Automate feeding. Provide a controlled an. vironment. Easily handle manure. Save fertilizer costs. While you increase productive land! Wick Agri-Buildings feature solid construction. Extra-thick concrete footings. All-steel doors. Super Truss roof sup- ports. Double kn0e braces. And much more. It's the kind of quality you expect from Wick. See your qualified, Ices/Wick dealer now. m I mn _ mm l=ll:l~lKIII CJS~ A product of Wick Building Systems, Inc. Mazomanle, Wisconsin 53580 Anderson Construction Inc. & PROVEN! See Your Local Dahlgren Dealer Soon! Thoralf Wiek - Oakes 742-2761 Francis Vculek, Oakes 753-7371 Kurt 7__ _83-4528 {2 ....... PRODUCTIVE PROFITABLE No Better - Increase ;*,Seed Your 1980 Sunflower ForYou Acreage With Dahlgren Sunflower Oil Hybrids- Field... Ihnisehold Sale A pl-ii 12 Plannhlg an auction, farnl, household, real e~tate, get on the auct- ion callendar. Free. ('ontact Cakes Auction Service Kermit Ulmer. 742-~.J50 I,efty Glaser 1)uane Bentson Cogswell, N.I). March 12 Milhert Ellwein lloscoe, S.I). March 15th Terry Mangnall March Art I.ei(Iholl i{o.%coe, S.1). March 20th Ethel ('ox, Oakes, NIL Auction Calendar Falls. lowa. Edgeley, North Dakota Special stocker and feeder sale next Monday, Feb. 18 Advance consignments are 11 short term hereford, 7 - 3 year old Hereford stock cows.~tock cows 20 Hereford and Angus stock cows. 50 half to % Siemenental replacement heifers. Several listings of calves and yearlings. SALE STARTS 12 NOON ON MONDAY If you have any livestock to sell contact Owners-Managers.- Roman (Red) Scallon, Res. 396-7851 Dave Syverson, Res. 493-2996 Sales Barn Office, 493-2388 STEER: Loren Sehulz and son, Edgeley, 66 mx, 560 lbs. 94.30 Leon Kirshman, Adrian, 34 rex, 563 lbs. 94.25 Harry Ketterling, LaMoure, 6rwf, 5501bs. 94.00 Tim Lagodinski, Edgeley, 15mx, 5751bs. 89.00 Arlen Knutson, Litchville, 12rex, 6951bs. 81.70 HEIFERS: Leon Kirschman, Adrian, 23mx,, 5041bs. 87.00 Harry Ketterling, LaMoure, 5rwf, 5561bs. 86.10 Loren Schulz and son, Edgeley, 49rex, 5381bs. 84.60 H. and A. Peterson, Dickey, 9mx, 5181bs. 83.75 Glen Burheim, Ellendale, 8mx, 8581bs. 67.50 E. and R. Lindren, Kulm, 8rwf, 8751bs. 61.75 COWS: Thin shelly cows sold from $46 to $50 High yielding butcher cows sold from $50 to $53.75 Heifferette type sold from $57 to $64 was stronger on all classes of livestock. i Edgeley Livestock, Inc. had a good run of livestock on Monday with 808 head of livestock selling. The market We've got what you need The Beeferendum And TAKE CHARGE Of Your Destiny , " Fight anti-beef propaganda Counter cattle cycle extre'mlls Promote beef's nutritionalvalue : Expand foreign markets Combat beef substitutes Increase demand FARMFJ CORNER FEEDS IxtMoure, N. D. 58458 Your Loca/ Purina Dealer m's were denied permits be- ' Want Ms Work " eer instructor corps'and in a " lew instances some youngst- He was preceeded in death by 2 brothers. Funeral service was held Saturday at 2:oo p.m. at Aurora Lutheran Church, Rev. Paul Nelson officiating. Interment will be made at the church cemetery. Tbose young hunters who would like to apply for 1980 big game permits and who have not yet completed an approv- ed training course are remind- ed by the State Game and Fish Department they shoukt sign up for a class now and avoid the possibility of later disap- pointment. The reason, according to Game and Fish Commissioner Larry L. Kruckenberg, is that the Department is instituting new procedures for permit Oakes, N. D.