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ANNUAL NARRATIVE REPORT
AGRICULTURAL AGENT
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AGRICULTURAL AGENT
HOME AGENT
ASSISTANT HOME AGENT
JANUARY
1,
1963
TO
DECEMBER
31, 1963
CHARGE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
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PINAL COUNTY
EXTENSION SERVICE
AGRICULTURAL
1963
THE COOPERATIVE AGRICULTURAL
AMONG
)IFFUSE
5UBJECTS
THE
)F
RELATING
EXTENSION SERVICE
TO
OF
COOPERATIVE AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION
DEMONSTRATIONS
TO .PERSONS
THERETO
5UBJECTS
ON
CARRIED
IS
NOT
IMPARTED
IS
AND
,GRICULTURE
FEDERAL
'NO
IN
TO
ORDER
THE
SAME.
�RACTICAL
�ORK
INAUGURATED
WAS
UNITED STATES USEFUL AND PRACTICAL INFORMATION ON
AGRICULTURE AND HOME ECONOMICS AND TO ENCOURAGE THE ADOPTION
PEOPLE
THE
ANNUAL REPORT
SUCH
IN
STATE
THE
AND
MANNER
AS
IN
RELATING
BY
THE
THESE
ON
THIS
OTHERWISE.
FINANCED
IS
AND
INSTRUCTION
SUBJECTS
INFORMATION
AND
UPON
AGREED
IT
COLLEGE.
AND
COLLEGE.
A
MUTUALLY
IS
GIVING
PUBLICATIONS
DEMONSTRATIONS,
AGRICULTURAL
OF
HOME ECONOMICS
RESIDENT
OR
ATTENDING
THROUGH
CONSISTS
WORK
AGRICULTURE
IN
OF
SECRETARY
COUNTY, STATE,
BY
FUNDS.
THE STAFF
AND
DUTIES
AS
ARE
HENRY A. BRUBAKER
FOLLOWS:
AGRONOMY
MR. BRUBAKER ASSUMED THE fARM MANAGEMENT PHASE OF THE PROGRAM Nov.
fARM MANAGEMENT
DAVE BRUECK
MR. BRUECK WAS TRANSFERRED TO TUCSON ON Nov. 16 AS A SPECIALIST.
-
1, 1963.
-
4-H PROGRAM
KEITH JONES
JAMES LITTLE
HORTICULTURE
MR. LITTLE ASSUMED DUTIES IN THE AGRONOMY PROGRAM Nov.
CHARLES E. ROBERTSON
AGENT IN CHARGE
4-H IN HOME ECONOMICS
VIRGINIA SALISBURY
MRS. SALISBURY JOINED THE STAFF JAN. 15, 1963.
SHIRLEY WEIK
HOME ECONOMICS
VAN WILSON
LIVESTOCK
-
-
1, 1963.
-
-
-
-
THE
)UAL
'RE
WORK
USED
THE
THE
)ROBLEMS
MEET
TO
INTO
FALLS
INQUIRIES.
OTHER
CLASS
OF
THE AGRICULTURAL
)F
PEOPLE
THE
�ND
WAYS
TO
MEET
CONSULTING
�
WORK
THESE
NEEDS
;HIP
END
HOME AGENT
THE
4-H
THIS
iROUP.
OF
WITH
SECTION
GROUP
OWNED
BY
FUNDS
ARE
THIS BOARD
OUNTY.
APPROACH
SEVERAL
PROGRAM
THEN
IS
SERVE
USES
OF
IN
IS
OF
NATURE
THE
UNIVERSITY
THE
OF
INDIVI­
ARIZONA
OF
WITH
TO
SPECIFIC
A
THESE
PROBLEM.
WAYS.
IS
DETERMINED
INDIVIDUALS
BY
AND
GETTING
NEEDS
THE
PRIORITIES
GROUPS.
FARM
THE PINAL COUNTY FARM BUREAU
DEVELOPED.
EACH
IN
TO
IS
3
COUNTY HOMEMAKERS COUNCIL.
LOCAL
THE
ALSO
PROGRAMS
ITS
CLUBS.
SPONSORSHIP
SERVES
FOR
THE
AS
MAIN
OF
AN
AN
MADE
IS
LEADER­
ARE
ANNUAL ACHIEVEMENT
ADVISORY
GENERAL
IT
FUNCTIONS
GROUP
ASSISTING
PUBLIC.
PINAL COUNTY 4-H BOARD OF DIRECTORS AS THEIR ADVISORY
OF THE PINAL COUNTY FAIRGROUND BUILDINGS AND
ALSO THEY DETERMINE HOW THE
PINAL COUNTY 4-H CLUBS, INC.
THE
CHARGE
BE
COMPOSED
ARE
IT
YEAR.
THE
THE
AND
PLANNING,
THE
THE ADULTS
THEY
IN
THE
ARE
SECTION
USES
IS
4-H
GIRL).
CLASS
RESOURCES
THE
PLANNED
CONTACT
EDUCATIONAL
'ACILITIES
:OUNTY
OF
(3 EACH)
PROGRAM
TRAINING,
'ROGRAM AT THE
"HE
AND
GROUP.
REPRESENTATIVES
OF
THE
STAFF
PERSONAL
THE HOME ECONOMICS
JP
IS
THE
BY
SECTION
THROUGH
ONE
CLASSES.
KNOWLEDGE
NEEDS.
THESE
DETERMINED
ARE
MAJOR
TWO
AGENTS
SPENT.
OF
9
ELECTED
YEAR
ADULT
BY
STAGGERED
LEADERS
MAIL
BALLOT
TERMS.
AND
2 JUNIOR LEADERS
WHICH
THE BOARD
GOES
FOR
TO
ALL
THIS
(1
BOY
LEADERS
YEAR
WAS
AND
IN
AS
THE
FOLLOWS:
PRESIDENT
HICKS, COOLIDGE
MR. WILLIS COMBS, QUEEN CREEK
VICE PRESIDENT
MRS. LESTER BROWN, KEARNY
SECRETARY
MR. Roy SWISHER, COOLIDGE
TREASURER
MRS. GEORGE HOLM, SUPERIOR
MRS. PHIL THOMPSON, ELOY
MR. CLYDE JONES, COOLIDGE
MR. HARRY BOYLE, MARICOPA
MR. JIM SELF, CASA GRANDE
MISS PHYLLIS SNYDER, COOLIDGE
JUNIOR LEADER
MR. ROBERT JONES, CASA GRANDE
JUNIOR LEADER
MR.
EARL
-
-
-
-
-
-
THE
REPORTED
PROBLEMS
UNDER
THE
WORKED
ON
SECTIONS
IN
1963,
THE
FOLLOWING.
METHODS
USED
AND
THE
ACCOMPLISHMENTS
ARE
fARM MANAGEMENT
COST
COUNTY
A
ACCOUNTING
FARMERS.
COST
REQUEST
NOT
FOR
ASSISTANCE
MARCH
IN
PRESENTED
THIS
THE
FOR
AfTER
SERVICE.
SAW
OUR
PROCEDURE
WAS
fOR
IT
WAS
OUTLINED
TO
THE
TO
A
CONTRACT.
3)
EXTENSION SERVICE.
THE
NUMBER
IS
RESOURCE
A
ASSIST
PHIL DOTTS
MR.
THOSE
WILL
BE
PRO­
TO
WAS
SECTION
MADE
TO
RECORD
A
START
THE
MARTIN,
GAVE
COMMITTEE
IN
THE
RECONCILE
AUTOMATIC
CARD
UNDER
BY
WAY
PUNCH
THE
IMPROVED
HIS
FOUND
MACHINE
BANK
TO
SOURCE
SIMPLE
GIN
DOCUMENTS
IN
LESS
REPORTS
ONE
THAN
THIRTEEN
FARMERS
HAVE
DERIVED
FOR
THE
FOR
EASY
FOR
4)
UNDERSTANDING
As
THE
TO
UNTIL
OWN
THE
DESIRED
PROMOTING
WITH
WORK
PROGRAM
DEVELOPS
EXTENSION
THE
FARM MANAGEMENT
INFORMATION
INFORMATION.
THE
MINUTE
AND
ERROR
CODING
AND
PROGRAM
IS
AND
AN
ACCOUNTANT
AN
PUNCHING.
CARD
THE
PROJECT
SHOULD
650
WAS
CONVERTED
THLS
NEW
PROGRAM
EACH
PER
HAVE
OUT
GIN
EMPLOYED
NEW
INCLUDING
THE
RECONCILIATION
OF
THE
OR
THE
TO
GET
OF
FOR
SUMMARY
DURING
TO
100
BY
AGAINST
ERROR.
THE
MAN
ALSO
QUARTERLY.
EXPENDITURES
REGISTER.
SEVERAL
THEIR
NUMBER
REPORTING
DIFFERENT
CHECK
ESPECIALLY
PROVE
RECORD.
UP-TO-DATE.
MONTH
1963.
PROCESSING
Of
SECURITY
AND
RECORD
THE
CHECKING
EASY
LOCATION
THE
THE
BECAUSE
ACCOUNTING
FOR
TOTALS
SOCIAL
MACHINE
RECORDS
COST
fOR
DURING
FOUND
WAS
RECONCILED
BE
IF
INCORRECT.
ORDER
RUNNING
CAN
WHICH
QUICKLY
BE
AND
THE
RECORDS
TYPE
SHEET
STATEMENT
BRINGS
THIS
BY
ARIZONA.
NUMBER
COMMISSION
PROCESSED
IN
CHECK
OR
LABORER
FARM
ADDITION
IN
MONTH
INDUSTRIAL
CAN
1401
IBM
THE
OF
CORRECT
ERRORS
IN
BANK
fOLLOWING
ON
BALANCE
A
PROVEN
OR
OUT
A
AS
INTERESTED
MONTHLY
HE
PROJECT.
THE
INSTALLATION.
DONE
BACK
REGISTER
PRINTED
ARE
FARMERS
BEEN
THE
SUCH
SUMMARY
OUT
OF
CONTINUE
THEIR
5)
IN
THE
UNIVERSITY
THE
fARMER
PRINTED
IS
DO
FOR
PREVIOUSLY
STATEMENTS
CHECK
A
RUN
TO
AS
WELL
READY
AT
THE
INCORRECT
REGISTER
LABOR
PRINTED
WILL
ON
GIVE
HELPED
THE
1401
PROGRAM
GIVES
OUT
IS
ACQUIRED
CORRECTION
IS
THE
NOW
AND
BE
PRINTS
CHECK
A
IT
AMEMORANDUM
RATE.
MORE
TO
1)
REQUIRED.
ASPECTS
1964.
IBM
TO
IBM 1401
SO
WILLING
HIRED
AS
RECORDS
OF
RECORD
fARM
NEW
INTO
INFORMATION.
ROBERT DAVIS
MACHINE
JANUARY
CONVERTING RECORDS
THE
AND
FOLLOWING
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS LABORATORY
THE
EDUCATIONAL
MORE
HONORED
TIME
THE
COMMITTEE.
TECHNICAL
ANY
THE
IN
POINT
DEVELOPMENT.
OFfiCE.
AN
MR. GRANVILLE BILLINGSLY WAS
WILL
AN
FARMERS
MR.
AND
AT
EDUCATIONAL
FOR
FROM
GATHERED
BE
ESTABLISHING
THIS
COMMITTEE
THE EXTENSION SERVICE
COOPERATORS
OF
PINAL COUNTY FARM BUREAU
WITH
USED
BE
THEY APPOINTED MAURICE
WAS
THE
COMMERCIAL
FOR
DEVELOPED
AND
NEEDS.
MANAGEMENT
TO
PINAL COUNTY FARM BUREAU
THE
PINAL COUNTY FARM BUREAU EDP
WOULD
STAFf
DEVELOPED
HAD
READY
CONTACT
WILL
A
AND
WAS
STARTING
FARM MANAGEMENT
THE
AS
LATER
THE
OF
FEASIBILITY
OF
SURVEY
TAX
YEARS
SERVICE.
WOULD
SERVICE
A
WHEN
PROGRAM.
THIS
LIMITED
THE
RESULT
FRANK WHATLEY
AND
THAT
SYSTEM
NEGOTIATE
WITH
IS
A
THE PINAL COUNTY FARM BUREAU
AND
TO
PAST
AS
OPPORTUNITY
SYSTEM
ACCOUNTING
COST
PINAL COUNTY EXTENSION
A
AT OUR
AN
PRELIMINARY
A
ABOUT
CAME
5
THE
PINAL
TO
IN
AHEAD.
GO
LAND GRANT
2)
ALL
OVER
INCOME
THEIR
BOTH
MEET
DEVELOPED
LOOK
A
MEMBERS
AN
WOULD
THAT
SYSTEM
COLE, NORMAN PRETZER,
DALTON
THE
WAS
SERVICE.
THIS
VIDE
BASIS
ASKED
ACCOUNTING
ON
AVAILABLE
ECONOMICAL
FARMERS
FOR
SERVICE
THE
SERVICE
THE PINAL COUNTY FARM BUREAU
ACCOUNTANTS
AfTER
A
ACCURACY.
WAY
FOR
WAS
FARM MANAGEMENT
CONVERTING RECORDS
THE
PROGRAM
THIS
USED
STATE
MAGNETIC
4-H
SETTING Up
BECAUSE
THEY
DATE,
IBM
INTO
IN
BE
DIFFICULTY
SET
UP
SUCH
AS
BY
THAT
BY
MERELY
13
OF
YEARS
WAS
AS
WHEN
AGE,
MINUTE.
ADDRESSED
BY
THE
IBM
HOUR
EVERY
AT
THE
COMPLETIONS
OF
THE
IBM
A
ANOTHER
IF
DIFFERENT
COMPLETELY
A
COULD
THE
ON
INSERTED
THE
USE
SAME
MANNER.
OF
IN
1963.
ALL
THIS
WERE
ON
THE
ON
BOOK
COpy
A
4-H,
ALL
OF
OF
THE
CATEGORIES
TRIPS
AND
EACH
SECRETARY
PUNCHED
YEAR
HAD
DESCRIBED.
ABOVE
4-H
EACH
KEY
CONCERNING
DATA
4-H
FIELD
WAS
PROJECTS
THE
UP-TO­
OFFICE
DATA
THE
AND
EACH
BY
SENT
A
OUT
OF
PROJECT
YEAR
OF
PROJECT.
EACH
MARK
WAS
HAD
AGENT
SUCH
AS
OUT
50
DISCOVERED
BY
TIME
WERE
CARDS
MAILING
DURING
OF
IBM
MACHINE
USED
ALL
AS
PRINTED
TIME
SENSE
THE
AND
SENT
WERE
SECRETARIAL
IT
MAILINGS
GROUPS
GROUP
THIS
LETTERS
SAVING
SUCH
4-H
DIFFERENT
TO
SORTED
5,000
OF
WITH
INCOMPLETIONS
AGENT
OF
IN
YEAR
COUNTY
THE
OFFICE.
TOTAL
COMPLETION
BOOK
A
MACHINE
MACHINES
SPENT
ABOVE
TOTAL
THE
PREVIOUSLY
AND
SAME
RECORDS
DURING
4-H
THE
IN
LETTERS
PER
AND
THE,
SINCE
BE
COULD
AGRICULTURE
ADDRESS, SCHOOL, AGE,
EACH LEADER HAD
ETC.
TAKING
THE
20
THE
4-H
KEEPING
OF
AGENT,
IN
AT
LABELS
BESIDES
lN
OUTS
E.UIPMENT
GROUP
EACH
IN ADDITION,
OVER
HOME
OF
INFORMATION
IBM
ON
NAME,
PROJECT,
4-H
ARRANGE
NEEDS
AREA
STATE
THAT
IBM
ON
THE
COPIES
MEANT
MUCH
PRINT
OF
EACH, IN 4-H,
GROUP; THE
THIS
OTHER BUSINESSES
WERE
THEIR
COMPLETE
CARDS,
MADE.
RECORDS
CARDS
FOR
WOULD
MACHINE
PARTICULAR
DIFFERENT
FOR
FLEXIBLE
ENTERPRISE
THE
THEIR
WITH
METHODS
PROGRAM,
COULD
OUT
PRINT
THE
(CONTINUED)
-
EXTREMELY
IS
FROM
TAPE
1401
IBM
TO
THE
YEAR
MINUTES
RECORD
TO
UP
PRINTS
OF
CHECKS.
THE
NAMES
DATA.
COST
OF
4-H
THE
RECORDS
INCLUDING
PRINTING
ADDRESS
$200.00.
ABOUT
WAS
SWINE ENTERPRISE STUDY
OF
1962
AND
OCTOBER 1ST
CONNECTED
WITH
THE
SWINE
ON APRIL
EVERYTHING
No.
516
HAD
LOST
ABLE
ON
TO
OF
COMBINE
IN
BE
THIS
MONTH
INVENTORY
ON
PERIOD
PREVIOUSLY
AN
TO
THE
THIS
HOGS
SHOWED
SWINE
TIME
WAS
INVENTORY
2,000
OF
PER
HE
ANALYSIS
OF
ON
OPERATOR
THE
ENTERPRISE;
FOR
MADE
YEAR
FARM
HE,
THAT
HAD
NOT
BEEN
CONVENTIONAL
WITH
TOO
WITH
OF
CAUSE
PRODUCED
DIFFICULTY,
INCLUDING
HIGH.
RECOMMENDATION
PROVEN
FEED
THE
WITH
THE
PORK
OF
WAS
CONVERSION
FEED
BREEDING
MADE
AND
A
AT
CONVERSION
STOCK
THAT
CHANGE
TO
AND
TIME
A
WAS
FEED
TWO
FOR
LOWER
FOUND
COSTS
COST
BE
TO
517
LBS.
POINTED
WERE
SELECTION
CHANGES,
TO
SUPPLEMENT
GRAIN.
THE OPERATOR HAS SECURED 3 PROVEN LINE-BRED BOARS FROM CONNER-PRAIRIE FARMS
FASTER GAINS ARE NOTED BY THE OWNER AND THE PACKER LIKES THE
INDIANA TO DATE.
LARGER
LOIN
OF
EYE
IN FEBRUARY
CONSULTATION,
MENTS,
PER
6
1962,
METHODS.
LBS.
BOARS
THAT
OF
ENTERPRISE
PROGRAM.
ENTERPRISES
PIN-POINTING
100
TO
RECORDS
DURING
MONEY
SEPARATE
IN
OUT
IBM
THE
BOOKKEEPING
PER
1ST
TON
A
COSTING
AND
UP.
THE
HOGS.
OTHER
THE
SUPPLEMENT
$90,00
To
PER
DATE
STEP
WAS
TON
THE
WAS
TAKEN
FOUND,
WHERE
CHEAPER
TO
MEETING
PREVIOUS
LOWER
FEED
MINIMUM
SUPPLEMENTS
SUPPLEMENT
SHOWS
COSTS.
AFTER
UNIVERSITY
HAD
HIGHER
BEEN
OF
CONSIDERABLE
ARIZONA
COSTING
PALATABILITY
REQUIRE­
$120.00
AND
NO
FARM MANAGEMENT
SWINE ENTERPRISE STUDY
CHANGES
VISIBLE
A
SAViNG
DAILY
WELL
VERY
PUT
OCTOBER
AND
SINCE
GAINS.
$30.00
OF
IN
THEM
EVERY
MONTHLY
THOSE
IN
(CONTINUED)
-
PER
THE
YEAR
BLACK
WITH
THEY
DAY
IN
WITH
IBM
THE
TON
ONE
FEED
COSTS
FEED
SOME
HAVE
THIS
DAY,
IS
YEAR, WHICH COULD
INVENTORIES TAKEN IN APRIL
PROFIT.
GOOD
RECORDS
PER
SUPPLEMENT
OF
$10,00.00
OR
SHOWN
PER
IN
ACCOMPLISHED
PROGRESS
REPORTS.
CATTLE FEEDING ANALYSIS
FARM NUMBER 10
HIS
FEEDING
COSTS
PER
LB.
GAIN
OF
ENTERPRISE
CESSED
BY
OF
COSTS
FINISHING.
SCHILLENBURG
COST
22.05¢
PER
AND
ON
OPERATION
1,000
OF
300
FEED
SCOTTSDALE,
OF
OF
OF
GAIN
HEAVIER
OF
TO
REQUESTED
FINISHING
FEED
COSTS
WERE
DERIVED
CONSULTANT
LIGHTER
COSTS
USED
TO
FOUND
550
BY
23.80¢
TYPES.
YEARLINGS
MONTHLY
TO
IBM
THE
FROM
PRO­
TAKEN
CHECKS
OPERATOR.
THIS
FINISHING
BE
COMPARING
DIFFERENT
LB.
THE
FROM
REPORT
MONTH
TWO
SECURED
WERE
TO
CATTLE
WERE
OF
AND
THAN
6
A
CONSISTING
Oi.NER
FEED
A
THE
CATTLE
CATTLE
CALVES
LB.
AND
PROGRAM
RECORD
HEAD
OPERATION
THE
RECORDS
LB.
THE
FARM
THE
OF
WAS
PER
DETERMINED
BE
TO
GAIN.
OF
LB.
DAIRY ANALYSIS
1963
IN JANUARY,
SaME
AN
AND
OF
GOOD
THE
VARIATIONS
HAVE
COTTONSEED
THE
PREVIOUSLY
WAS
DEVELOPED.
SET
UP
THIS
FIRST
AS
A
MOST
ONLY
RESULT
THE
LIKED
OF
WELL
SO
THE
LARGE
DATA
ANNUAL DAIRY
BY
IN
ONE
OUR
NUMBER
fEED
MADE
DAIRYMEN
OF
�HIS
IT
WAS
COSTS
EXTENSION
OFFICE.
HAVE
FOUND
BEEN
THEY
REPORT,
LEAST
ONE
EACH
DAIRYMAN
IS
COST
fEEDING
IS
ON
AND
FARM
INDIVIDUAL
STORAGE,
AND
ANOTHER.
THAT
DAIRIES
A
STATE
INVOLVED
PROGRAM
1963.
IN
FIELD DAY.
fEED
MILLS
FOR
FEED
PROCESSING.
WAS
COMPUTATION
SMALL
OF
AT
THE
INTERESTED
THE
CASES.
SOME
ATTAINED
Of
RECORDS
THE
13
HAD
STATE
EXPLAINED
ANALYSIS
THIS
HERE
WAS
ON
THE
RECORDS
PROGRAM
AND
PROGRAM
PROGRAM
WAS
STARTED
THE
DAIRYMEN
PROGRAM.
EFFICIENT COTTON PRODUCER
NOMINATION
THE
ONE
THE
OF
THE
WAS
BE
CAN
IN
THE
PRODUCED
COpy
A
EffiCIENCY.
TON
IN
OWN
GAVE
BECAME
DAIRYMEN
DAIRYMEN'S
MILK
RECEIVED
ACQUIRING
SUBSTITUTION
ELECTRONIC
UTILIZE
RUN.
COST
PER
OF
LBS.
LOCAL
COMPUTED
DAVE BRUECK
HELD.
WAS
OUR
THE
WERE
FEEDING
$46.00
P�ODUCTION,
BECAUSE
100
PER
DHIA
THE
RESULT
USING
DAIRYMEN
IMPROVE
LESS
A
RESULT.
$1.00
AT
As
PRODUCTION
EACH
TO
DESCRIBED
ANALYSIS
TO
REQUESTED
WHERE
TO
THE
Of
MEETING
COSTS.
MILK
AS
SELLING
AREAS
ACCORDING
OF
SINCE
EFfORTS
REAL
OTHER
COWS
AND
FEED
WAS
HIGH
AS
DA:lRIES
MADE
USING
PARTS
COMPONENT
BETWEEN
ON
PROGRAM
ANALYSIS
ANNUAL
THE
INfORMATION
BY
HIS
COUNTY
AGENT
AND
PINAL COUNTY EXTENSION SERVICE IBM
FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF H. M. MARTIN,
COMPLETE
ENTERPRISE
PROGRAM
RECORD
PINAL COUNTY
RECORDS
RESULTED
COTTON
IN
ANALYSIS
DESIGNATION
FARMER
fOR
THE
FROM
BY
NATIONAL
COTTON ERODUCER EFFICIENCY AWARD.
IN
CREDIT
INTERVIEWS
TO
BUILDING
SERVICE
THE
UP
A
RESULTING
COUNTY
AGENT
DIFFICULT
ANALYSIS
IN
SOIL,
PROGRAM.
FROM
PRESENTATION
ACHIEVING
AND
THIS
EFFICIENCY
OF
THIS
HONOR,
PRODUCTION
IN
LATER
OVER
YEARS
MR. MARTIN
THE
YEARS
THROUGH
THE
GAVE
OF
MUCH
FARMING,
EXTENSION
ANNUAL NARRATIVE REPORT
-
PINAL COUNTY
FARM MANAGEMENT
PROFESSIONAL
IMPROVEMENT
DAVID BRUECK
TRATION
YEAR
IN
BY
NIGHT
BUSINESS
MUCH
ANALYSIS
CONTINUED
ACQUIRING
LAW,
SCHOOL,
AND
AND
RESULTED
WORK
HIS
CREDITS
DIRECTLY
FROM
TOWARDS
DURING
VACATION
STOCK MARKET
INFORMATION
HAS
12
THE
PERIODS
THE
YEAR.
ARE
DEGREE
THE
MASTER
COURSES
ACCOUNTING)
OF
BUSINESS ADMINIS­
COMPLETED
PROGRAMMING
DURING
INVESTMENTS.
APPLICABLE
THESE
COURSES.
TO
AGRICULTURAL
BUSINESS
AND
THE
IBM MACHINES)
BUSINESS
AGRONOMY
PLANT PATHOLOGY
PINAL COUNTY
WERE
SORE-SHIN,
RECEIVED
EMPHASIS
MUCH
INFORMATION
SEVERAL
CIRCULAR
CAST
THE
TO
OF
STUB
UNABLE
TO
DO
INFESTED
FARMERS
AWARE
THE
AREA
OF
DISEASES
PROBLEMS
AND
VERTICILLIUM
WAS
AND
GIVING
WIDE
VERY
HERE
TO
STUB
LACK
OF
RECEIVING
MOST
TIME
EMPHASIS
CIRCULAR
MADE.
ON
THAT
STUBBING
INFORMATION
IN
FIELD
NEMATODE
MADE
MANY
FARMERS
BECAUSE
AVAILABLE.
WAS
WERE
LETTERS
INCLUDING
CONTROL,
ROLE
PARTICULAR
A
FOR
BROAD­
PROGRAMS
RECOMMENDED
LITTLE
NEW
CONTACTS,
IMPORTANT
AN
AND
DIAGNOSING
RADIO
PLAYED
WRITER
VERY
NO
AND
SENT
THE
USE
PUBLICITY.
EMPHASIS
LITTLE
AMOUNTED
COMPLETE
FARMERS
TO
NEW
PERSONAL
AND
GINS
DESIRED
THE
WERE
ONYYELLOW-DWARF
DONE
THE
WHO
SPRING
AND
THESE
TO
COTTON
RECOMMENDATIONS
GAINED
DONE
WORK
WINTER
NEMATODES
AND
CONTROLS,
RECEIVED
WILT
AND
RECEIVED
RECOMMENDATIONS
WHICH
MOST
DISEASES.
NOTHING
WHICH
SEEDLING
BROADCAST
RELATIVELY
IS
THE EVALUATION OF A FIELD
THEY DIDN'T KNOW THEY HAD.
OF
SEED
ADDITION
NEMATODES.
OF
STUBBED.
THE
AND
DURING
IN
FARMERS
IT
NEHATOOES
FARMERS.
MADE
FARMERS
MANY
BECAUSE
BE
BECAUSE
FOR
INFORMATION.
NEMATODES
PROGRAMS
DIAGNOSIS
TO
OF
PCNB TREATED
LING
MAILED
COTTON.
SO
WERE
NEMATODES.
AVAILABLE
NOT
INSPECTIONS
RADIO
OF
FIELDS
AWARE
FIELD
FOR
WERE
DISSEMINATE
GROWING
WERE
ARE
INSPECTIONS
FIELD
CONTROLS
LETTERS
AVAILABLE
ROOT KNOT
WILT.
THESE
DISEASES.
MAJOR
THREE
VERTICILLIUM
EXTENSION
FROM
MOST
WITH
TROUBLED
AND
NEMATODES
IS
RECOMMENDED
WERE
FARMERS
KNOT
THE
THERE
AND
COTTON
ROOT
OF
SAME
THE
OF
BECAUSE
BARLEY
ADEQUATE
ANY
FOR
REASONS
AS
DIFFICULTY
Qr
SEED­
FIREFIGHTING.
TO
THE
CONTROL.
ENTOMOLOGY
THE
PLANTS
PROBLEM
WERE
STUNTED
NOTICED
CONDITION
FLAT
SQUARES
WAS
AND
IT
WAS
LEARNED
BOTH
TO
THESE
SHOW
BUT
IMPORTANT
THEM
INSECT
THESE
CAME
ADDITION
FOR
MADE
IN
FARMERS
DID
BE
INFORMED
SHOUW
ANY
WHEN
PAY
ECONOMIC
UNUSUAL
PROBLEM,
VARIOUS
INSECTS.
COUNTY
WERE
TO
MADE
WERE
VALUE
IN
VERY
1963.
SEE
DIVIDENDS
IN
1964.
USUAL
WEEKLY
FROM
FIELD
RADIO
JUNE
TO
THE
VISITS
AND
INFORMATION
PEOPLE
THE
TAKEN
FLAT
INFORMATION.
BROADCAST
EFFECTIVELY
HOWEVER,
DAMAGE
AND
NEWSPAPER
OCTOBER.
ROBERTSON
COTTON RESEARCH
PROGRAMS
TO
AROUND
CONDITION
PROBABLE
THIS
CAUSING
SPREAD
ABLE
THE
THE
MEN.
FIELD
OF
SURVEYED
TOOK
THE
INSECTS
OF
ANYTHING
ECONOMIC
THEY
OF
THE
AS
IDEA
WITH
DR. GEORGE WENE.
OF
TO
MADE
CAME
THJS
SPREAD
WRITTEN, RADIO
WORD.
THE WORD WAS
THE
OF
WERE
CAUSE
WERE
WERE
TO
PROGRAM
WERE
ARTICLES
SPREAD
TO
EXPERIMENTS
COMMERCIAL
THE
MUCH
AS
TRIPS
AND
TO
THIS
CONTROL
CONDITIONS
BE
THIS
TO
TO
LATE
FOUR
SKEPTICAL
SKEPTICS
TOO
FARMERS
LEARN.
TO
MOST
NEWSPAPER
CONTACTS
IT
THAT
TO
MADE
EXPERIMENTS
A
THE
RONEY
N.
BLACKFLEAHOPPERS
AND
SQUARES.
FLAT
COUNTY.
PINAL
THOSE
LYGUS
AND
SEVERE
SEASON
FIELDS
J.
COTTON
SEASON,
WAS
1962.
IN
MANY
DR.
CAUSE.
THAT
STUNT
IN
BELIEVING.
PERSONAL
IN
THE
WERE
SHOWING
IS
SPREAD,
WERE
LAUNCHED
TRIPS
SQUARE.
SEEING
TERMINAL
OF
THE
FIELDS.
FRUITING
THAN
DAMAGE.
INSECT
TRIP
OF
CENTER
FOR
PROPORTIONS
BRUBAKER
INDICATION
THE
IN
IN
THIS
FIELDS,
As COTTON
THE
ACCURATE
Q�ICKLY
AND
THAN
MOST
PLANTS
ALL
TIME.
GREATER
RATHER
IN
TO
CAUSE
ON
DISEASE
A
EVEN
IN
OF
THAT
AT
EARLY
SQUARE.
FLAT
IN AUGUST.
COTTON RESEARCH CENTER TO SEE
NO
THIS
WAS
KNOWN
FOUND
WERE
10-50%
FROM
NOT
WAS
CONSIDERED
WITH
ON
RANGING
PLANTS
THIS
WAS
"TERMINAL STUNT".
WITH
IN
IT
WAS
ORDER
RECOMMENDATIONS
REPORTS
ON
AGRONOMY
ENTOMOLOGY
ONE
(CONTINUED)
-
WITH
MEETING
ASSISTANCE
GIVEN
WAS
COMMERCIAL
ENTOMOLOGY DEPARTMENT
TO
SET
BECAUSE
NO
ALFALFA
ABANDONED
WAS
ACTING
FIELDS
OF
DUE
COTTON
PROBLEM
TO
BUG
IN
THE
AN
ON
THAT
INSECT
TO
COULD
MR.
OF
ON
STUDY
FOUND
WITH
LATER CONVE�SATIONS WITH
SANTA CRUZ WASHES.
SEVERAL
ADULT
THE
RONEY.
ARIZONA
OF
THIS
HAD
BEEN
COTTON
LOSS
SOME
THE
SHOWED
RANCHERS
PHOTOS
TEST
REQUIREMENTS.
INSPECTED
THERE
WEEVIL.
A
DR.
OF
ALFALFA.
MET
THAT
MOORE, MR LITTLE, AGENT,
INFESTED
THE
AND
HELP
UNIVERSITY
THE
DRIFT
BE
THE
WITH
HELD
INSECTICIDE
FIELD
FROM
WAS
GERHART
AC]fVITY.
PUPAE
LARVAE,
MEN
DR.
AND
AN
WERE
ALONG
GENERAL
BE
UP
INVITATION
COCKLEBUR
NEAR
FIELD
DR. WITT
TO
TAKEN
WERE
OF
STAGE.
IRRIGATION
SPRINKLER
COUNTY
BY
THE
THIS
COMPARISON
IN
IMPORTANT.
HAS
BEEN
ABOUT
IN
ACTIVE
VERY
TO
FIELD
A
DEAD
BASIN
BASIN
PROGRAMS.
AND
SLOPE
IRRIGATION.-HAS
100
APPROXIMATELY
BY
MANY
MADE
OPERATION
IN
RADIO
COOPERATED
BUT
HAVE
FARMERS
HAD
IN
SCS
TO
LITTLE
BEEN
SCS
THE
WITH
FARMERS.
AWARE
TAKEN
APPROACH
MAIN
SPRINKLERS
AND
OFFICE
IRRIGATION,
HAS
THE
THE
SAY
SPRINKLERS
OF
SYSTEMS.
WERE
VISITS
BASINS
AGENTS
ATTENDED
WAS
FROM
CONTACTS
LEVEL
COUNTY
PROMOTING
IN
GIVING
MADE
RECOMMENDATIONS
TO
PROCESSED
BY
HIGH
IN
VERY
THE
RATE
TREATMENTS
THE
MORE
IRRIGATION
ON
TIMING.
ON
1962
THESE
IN
1963.
VENTURE
ANALYZED
MR.
AND
THE
EFFORTS
COOPERATION
SALINE
DR.
SOIL
SAMPLES
AMBURGEY
GYPSUM
WITH
BUT
COTTON
THE
SAMPLES
PROGRAM
IN
THIS
SOILS.
WAS
YIELD
DR.
AND
T.
WERE
TAKEN
AND
AND
FOUND
TO
SOILS
C.
BE
AMOUNTED
YEAR
EFFECTIVE
AGENT
WAS
COOPERATED
DETERMINING
ANALYSIS
ESTABLISHED
ARE
EXPECTING
GIVEN
AND
OF
ONE
THESE
WERE
TO
LITTLE
USED
COMMERCIAL
A
TO
LAB
WHICH
FARMERS.
TISSUE
THE
LAST
PROGRAMS
THEY
0F
TO
NONE
CHECK.
RADIO
FEASIBILITY
VERY
THE
BROADCAST
FURROW.
THE
AND
A
WO R K
OF
OVER
CONTRAST
MAKING
WERE
OF
RATES
BOTTOM
ARTICLES
MOST
FOR
FOR
THREE
THE
IN
PROGRAM
BILL ROBINSON
STAFF
SUCCESSFUL.
ALL
WITH
UP
AND
EXTENSION SERVICE
THE
ANALYSIS
EVA L U A TIN G
THAT
SOIL.
AND
NEWSPAPER
DEMONSTRATIONS
EXTENSION
SET
BED
ANALYSIS
INFORMATION,
AND
TISSUE
COOPERATION
SODIC
A
AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY
INCREASED
ANY
FIREFIGHTING.
COLLECTED
OF
WAS
THE
OF
TOP
SHOWED
DISSEMINATE
OF
IN
ON
SODIUM.
PETIOLE
THAN
IN
DEPARTMENT
THE
DEMONSTRATION
BANDED
GYPSUM
OF
EFFECT
SHOW
CONDUCTED
WAS
DEMONSTRATION
TUCKER
AND
WHICH
DERIVED
MANAGEMENT
I L
THE
THE
1963.
IN
ATTENTION
PERSONAL
EXTENSION SERVICE
SPRINKLERS.
COMPARISON
BY
SPRINKLERS,
RESPECT,
IRRIGATION FIELD DAY
AN
MUCH
INFORMATION
DONE
WAS
OF
THIS
RECEIVED
SPREADING
WAS
PINAL COUNTY.
IN
So
IRRIGATION
AGENTS
LAS T
THE
WITH
NEEDS
LABORATORY
LABORATORY
STUDY.
MORE
APPROXIMATELY
NITROGEN
THE
AND
AFTER
NEXT
27
FARMERS
As
COTTON.
SERVICE
SERVICE
BUSINESS
T H R E EYE A R SIN
FOR
WAS
CONSULTING
WAS
GOOD
IN
A
RESULT
ESTABLISHED
WITH
AND
THE
THE
YEAR.
PIN A L Co U N T Y
I T
16
A P PAR EN T
EFFECTIVE.
THE
COOLIDGE SCS
IN
RECOMMENDING
TREATMENT
FOR
SODIC
AGRONOMY
CROP MANAGEMENT
A DEMONSTRATION
AND
DRILL
PRODUCE
REX GLADDEN'S
BUT
FARM
AND
TREATMENTS
IN
TO
ADDITION
VARIETY
DEMONSTRATIONS
THERE
IS
SAME
LEAF
AT
A
NO
ESSENTIALLY
RESULT
DIFfERENCE
OBTAINED
GIVEN
BILL
LARSEN
THESE
TESTS.
SEEDING
CROP
OF
FOR
FOUR
RESULTS
WERE
GIVEN
TO
TWO
OF
THESE
IN
tlELD
IN
PREVIOUS
SHOWED
WITH
THE
IN
SHOWED
THIS
VARIETIES.
TWO
UP
SETTING
COTTON
THAT
CAN
SPACING
DESIRED
ANY
COMPARING
DEMONSTRATIONS
YEARS.
DALE CANNON
TESTS
LOCATIONS
BETWEEN
PLACE.
A
PURPOSES.
OBSERVATION
�OTH
OBTAINED,
OTHER
FIVE
TO
ON
IRRIGATION
HAVE
MAY
GRAIN
A
PLANTED
WAS
MANAGEMENT
WAS
WITH
PLANTED
VARIETIES,
LIMITED
AND
AND
RATE
FOUR
OUTSTANDING
TYPE
7-A.
BE
COULD
DEMONSTRATION
ASSISTANCE
WERE
BEEN
LOW
VERY
No
COTTON
HAS
AS
WAS
DRILLED
STONEVILLE
AND
ESTABLISHMENT
STAND
STAND
LITTLE
THIS
INCLUDED
THIS
DEMONSTRATION,
COTTON
ASSISTANCE
A
THAT
A
THE
TWO
THIS
SHOW
PLANTED
DELTAPINE SMOOTH
IS
DID
IT
COTTON
IF
CROP.
TREATMENTS.
WHO
fARMERS
THAT
FERTILIZER
DEMONSTRATION
THE
SEE
TO
ECONOMICAL
CASA GRANDE.
NEAR
TWO
CONDUCTED
WAS
MORE
A
AND
WITH
PLANTING
PLANTED
BE
NO
TO
IN
LOSS
YIELD.
THE
BUT
VARIETY
ALFALFA
EDDIE PRATT'S
FARM.
RELEASES
COMMERCIAL
BY
SIX
OR
TO
THE
THE
A DEMONSTRATION
IT
BUT
VARIETIES
COMPANY
AND
THE
IN
FIELD
WAS
FIELD
ON
WEED
BINDWEED
DETERMINE
DEMONSTRATIONS
ON
ANOTHER
AND
THEY
FREE
WERE
EITHER
PARTIAL
BOB DENNIS
OF
A DEMONSTRATION
SO
DAMAGE
WAS
IT
THAT
THE
ON
WITHOUT
USED
BE
CULTIVATION
BY
WERE
RELEASES.
ALL
CAN
ON
PLANTED
VARIETIES
COOPERATION
THE
CONTINUED,
WAS
ACTION.
HERBICIDAL
TO
TOO
WITH
THAT
Two
PUBLIC
APPLICATION.
SHOWED
KEPT
WERE
CONDUCTED
SOME
HAVE
COTTON
EARLY
IS
WERE
WAS
FARM
DEMONSTRATION
HYBRIDS.
AND
OTHERS
CONDUCTED
TEST
MIGHT
THAT
DETERMINE
TO
VARIETY
SIX
HERBICIDES
BUT
COTTON,
IMPOSSIBLE
NEW
INCLUDED
DEMONSTRATIONS
HERBICIDES
PREPLANT
A
UNRELIABLE.
ONE DITCHBANK
FLOPS.
TWO
OF
USE
CONTROL
WEED
TOTAL
SHOWED
A
IT
GILBERT BROTHERS'
ON
DEMONSTRATION
WAS
INFORMATION
YIELD
CONTROL
IN
COTTON
SHOWED
SOME
PROMISE
RESULTS.
DITCHBANK,
AND
TURFGRASS
WERE
SAFFLOWER
ALL
TOTAL
fAILURES.
IN
POMONA,
TO
ATTRACTED
UP
SO
THE
SEED
WERE
BIRD
THE
BY
DAMAGE
A CORN
VARIETIES
WAS
WERE
NOT
OBTAINED
AREA.
BEET
SUGAR
FORAGE
WERE
NOT
VERY
WAS
READY
A
DENNIS,
WERE
VERY
TO
THE MACHINE WAS,
THE
SORGHUMS
GRAIN
DIESEL
POLY,
TRACTOR
AG AIDS
THE
LATER,
ARE
WAS
YIELDS
BORER
AN
SEED
AND
ARIZONA
DEMONSTRATION
FOR
DAMAGE
-9-
PLANTED
OCCASIONAL
ESTABLISHED
WERE
OBTAINED
AND
NEVER
FARMER
SATISFACTORY
STALK
TIME
VARIETY
SORGHUM
BUT
PLANNED
PLANTING
BY
DEMONSTRATION
LITTLE
BEL�NGING
CAL
AT
LAYING
TRACK
FOUNDATION,
TO
PURCHASED
HARVEST.
TO
FORAGE
SMALL
A
THE TRACTOR,
FARMER.
DEMONSTRATIONS
PREFERRED.
YIELD
EVIDENT,
TO
FORAGE
ELOY
AN
OF
ADAPTING
COTTON.
PLANTED.
BOB
SPENT
WAS
IN
PRIOR
ROWS
fARMERS
THESE
ROWS
SKIP
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
THE
END
ATTENTION
THE
SKIP
Two
BUT
WEEK
A
CULTIVATION
CLEAN
WITH
COOPERATION
CALIF.
QUITE
TWO
WAS
OF
ON
THE
WAS
THE
BY
BOB DENNIS
THE
ALLOTMENT,
PLANNED
ALSO
AND
IT.
PROBLEM
HIGH
NOTED.
LOST
IN
SAN PEDRO
THE
FOOTE RANCH.
COMPARED
VARIETIES.
TO
TIGHT
SHUCK
SORGHUMS.
EAR
WORM
DAMAGE
AGRONOMY
CROP MANAGEMENT
ASSISTANCE
WAS
GIVEN
KEITH CARLTON
GROWER.
Of
(CONTINUED)
-
ARIZONA
HOPES
THE
IN
PLANTED
TO
THAT
HOPED
OBSERVE
PLANTING
PREPARED
WAS
HARVESTING
COTTON
A
ASSISTANCE
EXHIBITS
AT
THE
ONE
OR
MORE
AND
AND
Of
fOR
THIS
fOR
A
ARRANGING
NEW
A
PLANTING
CANE
THE
WERE
COTTON
THE
OBTAINED
WAS
JOHN SMITH
MADE
BY
TO
GROW
fOR
UNIVERSITY
fROM
fiVE
AT
MARICOPA.
AND
TOUR
THE
IT
SILAGE.
SOUTHWEST GAS COMPANY'S WELCOME TOUR.
DISCUSSED
ACRES
PICACHO.
AT
WAS
PROfiTABLE
WHICH
INCREASE
SEED
SAffLOWER
A
VARIETY
INVESTMENT COMPANY
SUGAR
BE
GINNING
PICKER
WAS
Of
WILL
CANE
SUGAR
70
IN
ACRES
SEED
FARMER'S
BY
SUMMER
A PROGRAM
GROWING,
DAVE RUBIS
RELEASE.
AN OBSERVATION
IS
DR.
PLANTED
GROUP
WAS
COTTON
TAKEN
TO
GIN.
GIVEN DR. BOB DENNIS
AND
DR.
ARDEN DAY
IN
JUDGING
COOPERATED
IN
THE
AGRONOMY
STATE FAIR.
PINAL COUNTY AGENT
SAffLOWER FIELD DAY
AND
ATTENDED
OR
fOLLOWING
EVENTS:
TOUR
STATE COTTON TOUR
COTTON RESEARCH CENTER FIELD DAY
DELTA AND PINE LAND CO. FIELD DAY
DEKALB AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION FIELD DAY
COTTON VARIETY MEETING Of THE AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE
ASSEMBLY
U Of A FERTILIZER CONfERENCE
U Of A INSECT CONTROL CONfERENCE
Of
CALifORNIA STATE
WESTERN COTTON PRODUCTION CONfERENCE
EXTENSION COTTON MEETINGS
EXTENSION COTTON COMMITTEE MEETING
DuPONT WEED CONTROL CONfERENCE
ASSISTANCE
ZING
THEIR
LITTLE
AGENT
WITH
AN
NEARLY
WAS
fiELD
AND
ELEPHANT
GIVEN
HIS
JOKE
THE
WEST PINAL S.C.D.
PICTURES,
DAY.
9
YEAR
AND
A
OLD
PLUG
STORIES
SON
fOR
AND
CONSPIRED
THE
IN
SPOT
TO
PREPARING
BUILD
A
FIELD DAY
S.C.D.
NEWS
RELEASES
ANNOUNCEMENTS
RADIO
SERIES
AS
A
Of
WERE
"SPOTS"
STINGER.
PUBLICI­
USED.
EACH
ATTENDANCE
DOUBLED.
HARVESTING
NOTHING
NOT
ON
TO
THE
WAS
DEfOLIATE
HARVESTING
DONE
IN
COTTON.
Of
ANY
HARVESTING
THERE
HAS
OTHER
BEEN
THAN
A
TWO
GREAT
CROP.
-10-
RECOMMENDATIONS
LACK
Of
RESEARCH
ON
WHETHER
INfORMATION
OR
LIVESTOCK
BEEF PRODUCTION
PINAL COUNTY
INFORMATION
FARMERS
CATTLE
FEEDING
FEED
PRICES
AND
IS
NOW
A
THESE
LOW
PRICE
IN
CATTLE
THE
WILL
THE
OF
OF
THE
MANCE
PROGRAM.
SO
WILL
IT
THE
TO
THE
AND
HIS
BEEF PRODUCTION
ON
A
FOURTH
YEARS
OTHER
OF
LAST
AREAS
TWO
FORAGE
ABOUT
QUANTITY
OF
OF
REST
YEARS
RANCH
PER
D
TAKEN
EDIBLE
BROWSE
CONSULTING
OF
IF
GOOD
ONE
TO
THE
LOOKS
IT
THE
MEDIA
MASS
THE
FARTHER.
BUT
ECONOMICS,
TO
SOMEONE
FOR
PARTICULAR.
IN
FARMER
GO
LIKE
A
LANE
ONE
THE
OF
END
THE
BY
MAKE
OFFEEDER
GROWING
RADIO
ON
THE
HIS
TO
WILL
PERFOR­
A
REGISTERED
ANGUS,
FOR
ECONOMICS
THE
BECAUSE
WILL
INFORMATION
CONSIDERABLE
PHASES
ORDER
THIS.
THERE
GOING
TIMES.
SEVERAL
VARIOUS
IN
OPERATION
DEVELOPED
GETS
BE
CONSULTED
WERE
ON
HERD
ARE
BEING
WRENCHED
THERE
THE
HAS
WITH
CONCERNED
IT.
OPERATION
THIS
ALREADY
THESE
CATTLE
STILL
IS
MONKEY
CONCERNED.
PUT
TO
ARE
AS
OF
INFORMATION
OF
ENTERPRISE
AND
ERROR
AND
IT
SHOWED
OF
PRODUCTION
BEEF
IT
WAS
COWS
CROP
THE
SUPPLEMENTAL
IN
ONLY
NOTED
MAKING
REST
LANE, LIVESTOCK SPECIALIST,
AND
BARRY
DECIDED
WAS
OF
10,000
AND
E
PLENTIFUL
TO
TRY
THIS, SOME
IU 0 PER CC)
INTER-MUSCULARLY
GONAD
IN.
24
BULLS
STEAMED
CATTLE
IN
72
BONE
INJECTED
THE
RUMEN.
(100,000
AND
-11-
AS
HEAD
WITH
TO
EXCEPT
THE
FOR
HOLD
THE
OF
MEAL
COST
DOWN.
ANIMAL
THE
TO
THAT
THE
RANCH.
FREEMAN, RANGE
10
CC
WERE
AND
WERE
MIX
SALT
AND
OTHERS
COWS
FEED
ALLOTMENT
A, 10,000 0
OF
NEARLY
AROUND,
AVAILABLE
THIS
ON
ABOUT
COMPARISON
TO
EFFORT
AN
THE
AS
SYSTEM
IN
YEAR
CALF
LOWER
A
COMPRISES
GRAXING
CALF
ON
NOT
AND
OF
WAS
GRASS
ALSO,
NO
DONE
FROM
ALLOTMENT
ROTATED
LOWER
RECEIVED
WAS
SUFFERING
THIS
WITH
LEFT
THIS
THE
50%
A
ARE
HAVE
BEEN
A
STARTED
NEARLY
BULLS
HAS
RANCH.
THE
RANCH
SHOW
FORAGE.
WAS
TOP
ON
MERCER,
OF
NEEDED.
IS
AL
E.
V.
CATTLE
IU A
15
TIME
A PLAN
VIA
THE
A, 0,
CC
A
PLANS
AND
AND
THEIR
1961
IN
OF
PLUS
BE
FARMERS.
ALL
BY
NATIVE
THE
THAT
(100,000
UP
SIMPLE
KIND
ALLOTMENT
THE
PERIODS.
CA & P
VITAMIN
ccl
AND
RECORDS
THE
THE
LIKE
FOULED
LIVESTOCK
A
WHEN
BY
RANCH.
THE
ON
WOULD
OF
KEEPING
LAND.
HAVE
SINCE
RANCH.
CATTLE
CC
USE
MANAGED
ALL
10
FOR
OF
BULK
OF
RANGE LAND
SPECIALIST,
AND
DEVELOPMENT
FORM
THE
PASTURES.
HIS
RELEASED
WAS
AFTER
MANAGEMENT
OF
THE
GROW
CAN
IN
RECORD
TRIAL
FOR
WAS
ADD
TO
Of
USE
CONDITIONS
BE
THE
SAMPLES
t
THE
TO
WANTING
ON
THE
HE
RELATIVELY
BE
AMERICAN FLAG
AGO,
SHORT
FOR
MUCH
3-C RANCH,
THE
3
WILL
ROOM
TO
TO
INTERESTED
TWO
SPECIALISTS FREEMAN
FELT
THE
TO
ANIMALS
INFORMATION
WAS
CROP
WAS
BUT
IS,
SEEM
FORAGE
CONSIDERABLE.
ARE
AVAILABLE.
THAT
MEDIA.
HIM.
HERE
MARKET
COSTS
CONSIDERABLE
BE
GIVEN
COMPLETE
CURRENT
WATER
FOR
HELP
IS
OF
KIND
HAVE
PERIODS
THE
ADD
OTHER
IT
AS
YEAR
OF
AMOUNT
THIS
NOT
MORE
GET
THE
MASS
IRRIGATED PASTURES
ON
CATTLE.
OF
CARE
THE
WERE
AND
BUSINESS.
BEST
THE
BE
ASSISTANCE WAS
HERD
RECIPIENTS
FEEDING
VISIT
INFORMATION
PROCESS
THE
t
LAST
BEEF PRODUCTION
A
IN
IS
THE
BECAUSE
CATTLE
CATTLE
IN
PERSONAL
MANAGEMENT
DIVERSIFIED
MARKETS
TOKEN,
START
PLAN
WELL
FAIRLY
LIVESTOCK
SAME
BY
INFORMATION.
OF
A MANAGEMENT
HE
INTERESTED
ABOUT
RATIONS
TYPE
FEEDLOTS
IN
OF
ON
VITAMIN A
TO
RECEIVE
10 MG'S
TREATED.
OF
THE
E
LIVESTOCK
BEEF PRODUCTION
CATTLE
ON
WERE
DECEMBER
ON
FOR
THE
ALREADY
MR.
THE
COWS
DAY
THE
WERE
IN
THE
THE
AND
STARTED.
FROM
CONDITION
TO
ALL
WILL
CONDITION
FAIR
MADE
IDENTIFIED
SHOULD
TABLE
IS
TREATED
TAKEN
BE
AND
BLANK
V.G. &
V. G.
G. & Av.:
G.
�b
RESULT
THE
GROUP.
INTO
WERE
ALL
SOME
HAD
GONE
OWN
FERTILITY
EXAMINED
BAD
ABOUT
CAN
BE
AT
HIS
THE
IN
WERE
WAS
00
TO
AND
FAIR
650
THE
CONDITION.
F.
FOLLOWED
LONGER
FERTILE
GRAHAM SCHOOL.
TO
THROUGH
AND
SEE
MORE
MAKE
OF
IT
HOW
1963,
21,
THESE
THE
BULLS
ROUGHLY
NOT
WAS
ALSO,
:S. BONE MEAL
SALT
A
POSSIBLE
THAT
FACT
CHECKED,
MONTH
TO
THE
AFTER
KEEP
THE
BULLS
THE
SPERM
AS
TREATMENT
GROUP
UNTREATED
AND
S.
SALT VIT.
IN
A
LOWER
BONE MEAL
SPERM & MOT.
G.
11
:
Av.
AND
BULL#
SPERM & MOT.
·12/12/62: 1/12/63
G. & G.
BLANK
No
.
TEST
*BLANK
No TEST
L. Av.
No
TEST
62
P.
BLANK
L. &
L.&L. Av.
10
G. & G.
43
V.L.
L. & V.L.
17
BLANK
G. & G.
13
59
Av.
No
TEST
G. & G+
L.
L.
DEAD
V.L.
MOSTLY DEAD:
V.
47
L.
& L.Av.
Av.
G. &
Av.
G.
V. G. &
G.
L.&
V.L.
v. G.
N. G.
BLANK
SALT
VI T. A, D & E &
GONADIN (I.M.)
12/12/62: 1/12/63
DEAD
L. Av. &
FAR
AS
WERE
(I.R.)
BULL#
DEAD
L.
IF
COWS
CONSIDERATION.
Av. &
Av.
THEY
BULLS
THE
V.L.
46
FERTILITY
FOR
COWS
AREA.
MOTILITY, ON JANUARY
DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES
THE
TRAINING
BULLS
THE
AND
THAT
SO
HOLD
OR
SPERM & MOT.
44
CHECKED
THE
11/23/62
BY
ARIZONA
OF
TEMPERATURE
THE
12/12/62: 1/12/63
12
AND
INJECTED.
AND
RECEIVED
HAS
A & D
61
WERE
MADE
WERE
THEY
UNIVERSITY
THE
IMPROVE
PROBLEM
BONE MEAL
BULL#
BULLS
WERE
11/6/62
TO
PRIOR
AT
WAS
TEST
FOLLOWING
SEPARATE
WHEN
MANAGER,
BOTH
POOR
ARE
CATTLE
FERTILITY
18, 1962,
RANCH
THE
FERTILITY
ON
THE
FEED.
INJECTIONS
THE
GOOD
WERE
TESTING
TREATMENTS
SETTLE
s.
USED
RANGE
DRY
DAY
DECEMBER
MERCER,
THE
THE
(CONTINUED)
-
FERTILITY.
PREGNANCY
THESE
FAIR
TO
1962,
ON
BULLS
IN
AND
WAS
POOR
12,
PREGNANCY
RANGE LAND
ON
L. Av.&
5
No
TEST
V. G.
60
G. & G.
V.
G. &
G. & G.
G.
G. & Av.: v. L.
G. & G.
No TEST
-
*TESTED
ONLY
GOT
URINE.
IT
BULLS
WAS
THE
FOLLOWING
ACTIVITY
IS
FEELING
THESE
OF
THE
COOPERATORS
TREATMENTS
WERE
A
IN
LITTLE
CONCERNED.
-12-
THE
DEMONSTRATION
MORE
UNIFORM
AS
THAT
FAR
AS
ALL
OF
THEIR
THE
SPERM
BUT
LIVESTOCK
BEEF PRODUCTION
ON
THE
FIRE
LAST
TOOL
A
AS
IN
QUESTIONS
THE
OCTOBER
OF
(CONTINUED)
-
NECESSARY
OR
CONCERNED
WAS
RATHER
BE
TO
COVERED
MINIMUM
THE
HALVORSON,
WHO
DID
SOME
WAS
THE
FIRST
ONE
FUEL
CARRY
LITTLE, RANGE
AND
PICTURE
THE
ONE
SITUATION.
WOULD
FUEL
THE
IN
OF
USE
BE
STAND
GRASS
PLANT.
SPECIALIST BARRY FREEMAN
HELPED
WORK,
TYPE
FIRE.
A
COOPERATORS
WITH
MUCH
HOW
JUST
THIN
FAIRLY
A
BECAME
CONCERNED
GRASSLAND
IS
TO
NEEDED,
AGAIN
WAS
DESERT
A
SOMEWHAT,
ROTHROCK GRAMA,
LARGELY
ORACLE
NEAR
TH.tS
UNDER
MANAGEMENT
RANGE
HOPED
PINAL COUNTY AGENTS WILSON
AGENT
RANCH
3-C
THE
RANGE MANAGEMENT DEMONSTRATION.
ANOTHER
OF
RANGE LAND
ON
WITH
START
OF
THAT
THERE
WAS
AND
DEMON­
THIS
THE
STRATION.
THIS
TO
CAUSE
GIVEN
ENOUGH
GROWTH
TEMPERATURE
THIS.
AT
SUMMER
GRASS
POINTS
IN
TIME
AND
WIND
THE
BURN AREA
IN AUGUST MR. WILSON
IN
EVEN
TO
ESTIMATES
TOOK
SEVERAL
MAKE
WERE
VACATION
TO
TO
TRAVEL
GF
PLANT
COULD
SURVIVAL
TIME
THINK
COMPLETE
MADE.
THE
THAT
SO
SEASONS
POSSIBLE
IT
OBSERVING
THEIR
PLANT
WITH
CVBA.
COOPERATING
WERE
SIDERED
IN
INTEREST
IN
ORDER
TO
A.I.
IN
OPERATION
TEST
USE
BEEF
WAS
HE
BULLS.
TUBE
AND
CATTLE
STUD
AND
INFORMATION
MR.
WITH
GAINED
MADE
THIS
E.
V.
IN
OF
MADE
TO
OF
BECAUSE
THAT
CON­
BE
THE
GROWING
RANCH MANAGER.
3-C
THE
STUDY
CATTLE.
RANCHES
STEPS
THE
TRIP
MERCER,
TO
BEEF
TWO
VISITED
HE
STOCK,
WAS
LOGAN, UTAH
TO
ALSO
LIST
RAIN
LIKE
CHECKED.
BE
CACHE VALLEY BREEDING ASSOCIATION'S ARTIFICIAL BREEDING PROGRAM
AFTER
ENOUGH
SOMETHING
ANIMAL HEALTH
PASTURE BEEF HERD OPERATORS
PARASITE
INFESTATIONS
AND
RADIO
PERSONAL
THIS
OFFICE
11
SURVEY.
MITTING
NEAR
HELP
THE
CONTROL
THE
THE
IN
OF
AS
AS
CASES
WHO
YEAR
WATCH
HERDS
THE
TO
CONTROL
OF
THE
INTERNAL
FOR
INFESTATION
THE
VIA
YEAR.
A.D.E.D.
TO
THESE
PEOPLE
A.R.S.
THEIR
IN
SCREWWORM
ARE
AND
MONTH
EVERY
SUB­
POSSIBLE.
PASTURE
PARASITES
GATHERED
THE
HOW
TO
AS
THE
THE
WITH
REPORTING
OFTEN
INTERNAL
VALLEY
COOPERATING
ARE
PEOPLE
INFORMATION
THE
THROUGHOUT
TO
ENCOURAGED
END OF THE YEAR, WILSON BEGAN
ARIZONA ANlMAL PATHOLOGY DEPT.
SHEEP
THE
IS
RANCHES
LARVAE
UNIVERSITY
CONTACT
WERE
INFORMED
WERE
AND
HERE
THAT
WILL
THE
IN
TO
50,000
OR
ARE
TAKING
A
UP
BE
DR.
ASSISTING
AVAILABLE
SO
HEAD
TOLL
ON
TO
L. W.
COLLECTING
THE
OF
HERE
SHEEP
FARM
OF
THE
INFORMATION
SHEEP
THEIR
SMALL
DEWHIRST
OF
EACH
TO
WINTER,
PRODUCTION.
FLOCKS
THAT
REMAIN
AROUND.
LIVESTOCK MARKETING
PINAL COUNTY
THE
INFORMATION
STOCKMEN
WAS
WERE
OBTAINED
KEPT
FROM
THE
INFORMED
LOCAL
REPORTS.
-13-
OF
MARKET
AUCTION
AND
INFORMATION
THE
MARKET
BY
NEWS
RADIO.
SERVICE
ANNUAL NARRATIVE REPORT
PINAL COUNTY
-
FAM I LY LI V I NG
FOOD STORAGE PROBLEMS PECULIAR To PINAL COUNTY GIVEN
THE
UNIQUE
ARE
THE PREVALENCE
IN
FROM
HAVE
HELPED
STORAGE
FOOD
THAT
PROBLEMS
NEED
TELLS
FOR
IN
PRESSURE
US
CIVIL
PREPARE
TO
RATHER
A
MINING
THE
THRU
THOROUGH
OF
STUDY
TRAILERS
PROGRAMS
EMERGENCIES
FOR
OF
COMMUNITIES,
DEFENSE
FOOD
AND,
ALL
-
THESE
STORAGE
PRO­
PINAL COUNTY.
IN
BLEMS
WHICH
THE
UP
POINT
TO
PRESENTS
HOUSES
THE
AREAS;
SENSE
COMMON
GOOD
ALSO
ARIZONA
"COMPANY BUILT"
OF
TRANSIENT
AND
RETIREMENT
SOUTHERN
AREA.
THIS
TO
OF
CLIMATE
DRY
HOT
INTENSIVE STUDY
THIS ,STUDY
WAS
PAST YEAR WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF EIGHT VOLUNTEERS,
THEY WERE:
PINAL COUNTY HOMEMAKERS CLUBS.
MRs. A. L. LAWRENCE, MRs.'F. VAN WILSON, AND MRS. JAMES BENEDICT ALL OF CASA GRANDE;
MRS. WAYNE WUERTZ OF COOLIDGE; MRS. ROBERT FIEDLER AND MRS. LESTER TAYLOR OF
SUPERIOR; MRS. A. L. HILLHOUSE OF KEARNY; AND MRS. R. G. SKELTON OF SAN MANUEL.
WERE
WHOM
OF
SEVEN
THESE WOMEN,
VARIOUS
THE
THIS
UNDERTAKEN
OF
MEMBERS
WITH
PROBLEMS
THE
THE
EXCEPTION
TO
RELATED
MRS.
OF
BENEDICT
EACH
FAMILY
WITHIN
THEIR
FEEDING
UNDERTOOK
THE
OWN
THEIR
STUDY
OF
PARTICULAR
WITH THE ASSISTANCE 6F THE PINAL COUNTY HOME AG£NT AND THE STATE NUTRI­
HOME MANAGEMENT SPECIALISTS EACH OF THEM WORKED OUT VARIOUS SOLUTIONS
SITUATION.
TION
AND
TO
THEIR
IN
BE ING
PROBLEMS.
MRS.
GENCIES
AND
MRS.
HER
LAWRENCE
ABLE 'TO
FOR
RETENTION
IS
PART
A
ON
TIMES
WILSON
KITCHEN
BEST
FOR
IS
HAVE
THE
FOOD
ALL
�F
IN
AND
WAS
QU ICK
AND
EASY
BE
FOR
MEALS
INTERESTED
IN
USE
EMER­
HOME.
AT
CHILDREN
SMALL
FIVE
MEAL
PARTICULARLY
MOTHER
TIMES
WOULDN'T
MOTHER
CONVENIENCE
OF
AT
SHE
WHEN
WORKING
TIME
HAND
AND
WORKED
AND
HER
STORAGE
BEST
USE
OF
PREPARATION
ON
REARRANGING
FACILITIES
FOR
QUALITY.
MRS. WUERTZ PLACED
EMPHASIS
HER
MAKING
OF
THE
STORAGE
SPACE
AVAIL-
ABLE.
MRS.
IN
THEIR
TAYLOR
KITCHENS
CONVENIENCE
AND
CONVENTIONAL
IN
BEST
MRS.
PERIODS
SKELTON,
AND
WITH
EXPERIMENTED
BOTH
WERE
EQUIPMENT
WHICH
FOOD
AND
USE.
MRS.
TAYLOR'S
TRAILER
A
IS
JlWORK AREAS"
ESTABLISHING
WITH
STORED
TOGETHER
MRS.
HOME;
FOR
GREATEST
FIEDLER'S
A
PERIODS
A
ONE.
MRS. HILLHOUSE
VENIENCE
MRS. FIEDLER
AND
HAS
AN
IS
MAKING
WITH
A
LEARNED
ADEQUATE
USE
SERIOUS
TO
BE
OF
ON
FOOD
HER
IN
UP
FOR
PREPARED
HAND
PLAN.
SHOPPING
FINDS
ILLNESS,
COMPLETELY
SUPPLY
FOOD
FREEZER
A
LONG
FOR
TO
FREEZER
TWO-WEEK
CON­
EMERGENCY
REFRIGERATOR
AND
CUP­
BOARDS.
INDIVIDUAL
GUIDES",
OF
USDA
MAKING
AND
EDUCATION
THESE
REQUIREMENTS
FINDINGS
NUTRITIONISTS
CONSUMER
FOOD
ON
AS
RETAINING
VARIOUS
FOOD
INFORMATION
SET
FOOD
FORTH
IN
QUALITY,
MANUFACTURERS,
DEVELOPED
BY
STUDIES.
-14-
THE
US DA
STORAGE
TIME
AND
ECONOMISTS,
ESSENTIAL
LIFE
MOTION
ALL
FOUR
"F 000
RECOMMENDATIONS
HAVE
STUDIES,
BEEN
USED
AND
IN
FAM I LY LI V I NG
FOOD STORAGE PROBLEMS PECULIAR
THE GENERAL
THE
FALL
ATTENDING
HELPING
HER
HOME
TO
PARTICIPATED
AMONG
IN
THE
THE
WITH
WITH
THE
IDEA
ADDED
TO
A
TOURS.
FROM
THE
WHAT
SHOW
WHAT
AND
OF
PUT
IN
USE
CAN
DO
FOR
FOR
HOMES.
IN
HOMEMAKER
A
70
PERSONS
PURPOSE
THE
THOSE
OF
EACH
OWN
THEIR
THAT
LAST
JAMES BENEDICT
ARRANGEMENT.
HOUSE
(CONTINUED)
-
LEARNED.
MRS.
PROVIDING
INDICATES
SURVEY
HAVE
OF
HOME
TO
ARCHITECT
AN
WORKABLE
FOLLOW-UP
WOMEN
BUILT
PURPOSE
COULD
THEY
INTENSIVE STUDY
THESE
CUSTOM
EXPRESSED
THAT
CONVENIENT
A
HAS
FULFILLED.
SELECTED
COMMENTS,
PROGRAM
TWO
FOR
WAS
THE
ADEQUATELY
BENEFITING
ALONG
NEW
ONE
DEVELOP
IN
IS
OPENED
TOURS
LEAST
AT
THE BENEDICT
BEEN
PUBLIC
WERE
ORGANIZED
TWO
FOR
HOMES
PINAL COUNTY GIVEN
TO
THESE
ARE
AT
FROM
RANDOM,
"I DIDN'T
-
KNOW
BE
PERSONS
OF
REPLIES
COULD
YOU
PARTICIPATING
IN
COMPLETE
SO
STORINGFOOD
WEEKSII.
"I DIDN'T
KNOW
"I
MADE
DIVIDER
"I
THOUGHT
THE
"I
PLAN
MAKE
"I
LIKED
A
CORRECT
THE
FOR
A
LIMIT
SHEETS
COOKIE
OF
IDEA
TIME
SPICE
AND
RACK
KEEP
TO
PANS.II
LARGE
WHERE
NO
FOODS."
STORED
SOME
WAS
CAN
IN
OF
ANOTHER
HAVE
OFTEN
KNOW
I
FRONT
WAS
"
GREAT.
"THE
PICTURES
TO
"I'VE
STORAGE
THOUGHT
MOISTURE
"THE
I
010.
TOUR
WANT
THE
THERE
YOUR
SHELVES
NEW
BENEDICT'S HOME."
MRS.
WAS
OF
SHOULD
TO
PLAN
ONIONS,
INTEREST
DO
ETC.,
TO
ME.
Now
PERHAPS.
DO
MORE
WERE
AFTER
HOLIDAYS."
THE
EFFECTED
SEEN
SHOULD."
BY
FROM
DRAINS
THINGS
THEY
HEAT
SINK)."
VERY
NICE
DO
SOME
OF
BY
AND
POTATOES,
THE
IS
IN
WAS
WAS
TO
PROGRAM
HOMEMAKERS
SHELVES
CUPBOARDS."
NANCY WILSON'S
SOMETHING I
AT
REALIZE
(UNDER
IN
SHELVES
OUT
IT
SOME
MADE
"I DIDN'T
AND
PULL
THE
PAN
AND
MORE
NO
AND
THEM
MEANS
SEEING
ENJOYED
SURE
ALL
NICE
THE
LATER.II
IT
OVER.
WILL
CONTINUE
PROBABLY
MONTHS
FOR
TO
COME.
COUNCIL MEMBERS STUDY COUNTY
IS
MEMBERS
YOU
TILL
OF
INDIAN
OLD
AN
NEIGHBOR
THE
HAVE
SAYING
TO
WALKED
A
THE
EFFECT
MILE
IN
HIS
CAN'T
YOU
THAT
REALLY
UNDERSTAND
MOCCASINS.
PINAL COUNTY HOMEMAKERS COUNCIL
LEARNING
ARE
TO
WALK
ANOTHER'S
IN
MOCCASINS.
THIS
CONDUCT
SPEAK
TO
HOW
00
OF
FOR
THIS
OTHERS
GROUP
THE
ALL
JOB
IN
20
OF
WOMEN
SERVES
IN
AN
ADVISORY
CAPACITY
PINAL COUNTY HOME ECONOMICS EXTENSION
IN PINAL COUNTY
IT
THE 15,000 FAMILIES
WELL
THE
TO
LEARN
COUNTY
LIVE
TO
KNOW
AND
THE
AND
TO
FORCES
-15-
IS
UNDERSTAND
WHICH
IN
PROGRAM.
THE
NECESSARY
AS
SHAPE
MUCH
THEIR
FORMULATION
SINCE
AS
FOR
THEY
THEM
POSSIBLE
LIVES.
IN
IN
AND
EFFECT
ORDER
ABOUT
ANNUAL NARRATIVE REPORT
PINAL COUNTY
-
FAMILY LIVING
HOMEMAKERS COUNCIL MEMBERS STUDY COUNTY
To
END
THIS
AND
ITS
FOR
THE
IS
HELP
THEM
CLUBS
ARE
BEING
OF
THE
COUNCIL
MEMBERS
BEEN
HAVE
FOR
IMPORTANT
LEFT
BEING
MADE
HAVE
HAVE
RAY
TO
ENCOURAGED
WHEN
OR
LESS
SEE.
THE
MORE
OTHERS
HOMEMAKERS
SO
EFFORT
WILL
WHICH
PROVIDE
TO
BETTER
A
OF
MEMBERS
UNDERSTANDING
OF
COUNTY
UP
SHOWN
IN
IT
TO
TO
FREE
RESULT
SUCH
ARRANGE
IN
MEETS
DECIDE
FOR
BEEN
HAS
UNLIKELY
FOR
TOURS
VARIOUS
OF
THEMSELVES
THAT
PLACES
SPECIAL
OR
PARTS
DURING
AS
THE
THE
WHAT
THE
ON
IN
SURFACE
THE
WITH
DO
BUT
YEAR
MINES
OF
AND
FEEL
OF
SATISFACTORY
THEY
HAVE
LIFE
IT
A
TRAINING
(1)
(2)
��l
MIGHT
SEEM
TO
WITH
LOT
A
AS
THOUGH
THESE
PROGRAMS
IN
FLORENCE,
RESPRESENT­
HAVE
LITTLE
FOR
THE
HAS
THEM
PEOPLE
WAY
BEEN
HELP
TO
AND
LIVE.
PEOPLE
GET
THE
THE
MAIN
MOST
ATTAIN.
TO
TEXTILES CREATE SPECIAL LAUNDERING PROBLEMS
IN
FINISHES
PROGRAM
DO
PROGRAM
POSSIBLE
IS
To HELP'PINAL COUNTY
FABRIC
IT
HOME ECONOMICS
THE
NEW DEVELOPMENTS
AND
THE
THINGS
IS
OR
HOMEMAKING.
WE
OBJECTIVE
HAYDEN,
AND
THE
FEEL
THEY
PAST
COPPER
ACTIVITIES
COUNTY.
WOMEN'S PRISON AND THE COUNTY COURTHOUSE
THE INDIAN AGENCY HEADQUARTERS
IN SACATON.
GUEST SPEAKERS HAVE INCLUDED
ATIVES OF THE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT AND THE COUNTY DEVELOPMENT BOARD.
SMELTERS
TO
COUNCIL
THE
THE
PEOPLE.
HOSTESS
CLUBS
SPECIAL
A
EXPERIENCES
WITH
(CONTINUED)
-
A
REVIEW
A
DiSCUSSION
A
REVIEW
OF
THE
OF
DEMONSTRATIONS
SUPPLIES
LAUNDRY
OF
MAJOR
THE
FABRICS
AND
WHAT
THE
NEW
FOR
AND
FABRIC
ARE
CORRECT
TO
FABRICS
FOR
THEM,
CONSIST
OF:
FINISHES.
DESIGNED
BY
IN
CARING
HOMEMAKERS CLUBS
THEY
OR
DEVELOPMENTS
DEVELOPED
REVEALED
AS
PREVENT
TO
DO
TO
WHAT
OF
PROBLEMS
LAUNDERING
OF
IN
DEVELOPMENTS
NEW
OF
SUPPLIES
MEMBERS
THE
FOR
ABREAST
LAUNDRY
VARIOUS
UP
SET
WAS
KEEP
HOMEMAKERS
THE
AND
TO
NATIONAL
SOME
OF
DO.
SURVEYS.
THESE
MAJOR
PROBLEMS.
(5)
A
VISIT
ACQUAINTED
CLUB
TO
THE
OF
THIS
TO
REPORT
BEEN
DOING
THIS
AGREED
THE
THERE
PURCHASED.
SO
MANY
IN
PROGRAM,
(FOR
THE
OF
MANUFACTURER
SEEMS
A
CASA GRANDE
IN
1
OR
TO
THE
TO
GET
KNOW
THEIR
PROBLEMS,
PROBLEM
WHERE
STORE
THAT
LAUNDERING
UNSATISFACOTY
ALL
FEELING
GENERAL
A
NOT
REDUCE
YEAR)
OF
BE
TO
TO
EFFORT
AN
PERIOD
FABRIC
MAY
MANUFACTURERS
PLANT
OFFERED.
SERVICES
IN FURTHERANCE
CLEANING
DRY
HELP
SELF
THE
MEMBERS
EITHER
HAVE
TO
WITH
RELUCTANCE
OF
PRODUCTS
ARE
TEXTILES
FABRICS
ABOUT
NOT
ALL
ENTIRELY
SATISFACTORY.
SINCE
CHECK
BACK
THE
AND
ONE
SEE
HOW
DEFINITELY
PLANNED
BROKEN
HOMEMAKERS
WILL
AND
CONTINUE
BETWEEN
TO
CONSUMER
PERICO
YEAR
TO
DO
AND
MANY
DO
GET
SO
IS
REPORTS
THIS.
IN
WITH
NOT
THE
�HE
YET
HAVE
THERE
HABIT
RESULT
IS
UP,
NO
EFFORT
ACTUALLY
FEELING
A
OF
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TOO,
REPORTING
THAT
PRODUCER.
BEEN
THERE
HAS
BEEN
TURNED
THAT
MADE
IN.
ONCE
UNSATISFACi��Y
MIGHT
DEVELOP
A
TO
DATE
HOWEVER,
THE
ICE
HAS
PRODUCTS
CLOSER
IT
TIE
TO
IS
BEEN
THEY
FAMILY LIVING
SOLUTION SOUGHT
THE
FUNDS
TO
PROPORTION
COUNTY WELFARE PROBLEMS THRU EXTENSION EDUCATION
FOR
ALLOTTED
REST
THE
SOME CONSIDERABLE
RECIPIENTS
IN
THE
ROLLS.
RELIEF
IN
COULD
A
CHECK
WITH
HOWEVER,
BE
THE
IT
PROGRAM
AT
WOMEN
PARTLY
WITH
SUBJECT
BROUGHT
WAS
WITH
ARIZONA
OF
UPON
IN
CHILDREN
THE
THE
THIS
ASKED
SERVICE
WELFARE
PLACING
TO
OF
THEM
YEAR
TO
PORTION
A
FROM
HELP
APPLICANTS
SUITABLE
IF
IN
DO
MIGHT
FACT
THESE
THAT,
PEOPLE.
AVAILABILITY
MUCH
CAME
OF
ASSISTANCE
OF
BASED
ON
SINCE
THE
JOBS
OF
FOR
WHICH
THE
COUNTY EXTENSION
THEIR
IN
REFERENCE
AREAS
MATERIAL
OFFICE
MIGHT
LAUNDERING
ARE;
HOMES);
OWN
TRAINEES
HOME MANAGEMENT
THE
SOME
THESE
PRE­
IDEA.
THE
OUT
FUTURE.
THE
THE
OF
SORT
DID
AREAS
OUT
MANY
NOT
PERIOD,
MATTER
CALLED
SMALL
LEAST
DOMESTIC
UPON
DEPENDENT
TRAINING
UNIVERSITY
IF
TIME
SOME
AT
OFFICE
IN
PLACE
TO
COUNTY HOME AGENT
ASSISTANCE
(WHICH
OFFICE
HARD
BE
THE
THE
IN
TRAINING.
EMPLOYMENT
THEIR
REMOVING
PROGRAM
THE
DELINEATED
OF
THE
EOR
GIVEN
BEEN
THUS
HIGH
ARE
NATION.
COUNTY EXTENSION
TRAINING
MIGHT
IS
OF
COMPLETION
SPECIALIST
AND
TAKE
T
HAS
AND
THE
AND
PINAL COUNTY
IN
ASSISTANCE
STATE
JOBS
THE
POSSIBLE
EXPERIENCE,
RETRAINING
UPON
OF THIS,
A
FOUND
BE
VIOUS
IN
THE
THOUGHT
PRODUCTIVE
SIGHT
COOPERATE
WELFARE
FOR
OF
AND
GENERAL
HOUSE
CLEANING.
OF
MENT
SEVERAL
MANY
STATE.
OF
ONE
MORE
PERHAPS
THAT
IN
SEEM
SIGNIFICANCE
INDUSTRIES
TO
PARTICULARLY
BE
PARTICULAR,
A
CLOTHING
AREA, A LABOR SURVEY WAS TAKEN
THE SURVEY POINTED UP THE FACT
DIFFICULT
SURVEY
TO
BUT
HELP
OF
THE
IN
THEM
SCHOOL
LATE
SUMMER
IN
ELOY
THOUGH
BOTH
SHIP
WHO
OF
NOT
THEY
TO
NOTE
OF
THEIR
A
TO
SHOW,
EARLY
NEVER
IT
IF
OR
WOULD
WELFARE
OFF
THESE
PEOPLE
JUST
WHAT
THESE
WOMEN
KNEW
IT
CAPABLE
OF
ELOY
ELOY
AREAS.
WOULD
IT
TO
RESPONDED
ABOUT
THE
BENEFIT
THE
AND
HAND
OF
THE
IN
LOCATE
ASSISTANCE
THAT
FOR
AND
LEAST
AT
BE
THE
THEY
NOT)
PERSONS
WHOLE
CAN
SEWING
THE
BEHIND
OTHER
THE
BE
PROGRAMS
PROBLEMS
AT
THEY
THEY
THEMSELVES
WITH
LEAST
GROUPS
DOING
WITH
AND
THE
RENOVATION
PARTLY
START
PROGRAMS
FOR
ARRANGED
THIS
THAT
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WERE
ONE
CARRIED
IT
IT
ALL
OR
TO
WILL
MOST
PARTICIPATION
TO
GIVE
THESE
THE
STAGE
WHERE
BE
PROOF
OF
IS
OF
BEST
THESE
RECOGNITION
WOMEN
THEY
THEIR
THE
MORE.
ALL
IN
INTERESTING
TO
OUT,
ATTENDED
IS
LEADER­
OTHERS
LEARNING.
SOMETHING
OF
AS
TEACH
TO
PHILOSOPHY.
HAVE
UP
SET
FOR
CERTIFICATES
DEVELOPED
WERE
EXPECTED
EAGERLY
CERTIFICATES
PEOPLE,
WERE
THEY
FORWARD
TWO
WHICH
KNEW
HEARTEDLY
AREA
WITH
EVENTUALLY
FOR
WHAT
LOOKING
IN
PRESENTED
PURPOSE
ARE
CLOTHING
SCHOOL
THESE
ATTENDING
ATTEND
NOW
ARE
ON
WORKED
THOSE
CASA GRANDE
AND
10
(ANTICIPATING
MATERIALIZED.
CONCUR
TO
THE
WERE
THE
DO
TO
ANNOUNCE­
PART
THIS
COOLIDGE,
SUPPLY.
LABOR
IN
THE
BEEN
HAS
WORKERS.
PLANNING
NOW
SEE
TO
SEE
HOME AGENTS
(OR
OF
AND
RECEIVING
WOMEN
CASA GRANDE,
THE
PLENTIFUL
A
IN
PROGRAM
LOCATION
COUNTY EXTENSION OFFICE SET UP CLOTHING
FALL
IN RANDOLPH AND CASA GRANDE, ALSO
PROGRAMS.
IN
TOTAL
FACT.
MENDING
THE
AND
ABILITY,
MEETINGS,
THIS
YEAR)
SEEMED
THAT
TO
EFFORT
FINANCIALLY
THE
TRAINING
COULD
AN
OUT
IN
INTERESTED
MANUFACTURER
OF
IN
INTERESTED
THROUGHOUT
THOSE
MADE
WAS
RETRAINING
THE
ARE
SIGNIFICANCE.
ITS
PARTLY
TO
OF
MANY
EFFORT
AN
UNDERSTOOD
HOW
SAY
THAN
SMALL
OF
SOMETHING
CAN
TAKE
TRAIHING.
IN
FAMILY LIVING
SOLUTION SOUGHT
MANY
DEVELOP
OF
INTO
FOR
THEM
COUNTY WELFARE PROBLEMS THRU EXTENSION EDUCATION
SEEM
CAPABLE
TO
BE
QUITE
SEAMSTRESSES,
SKILLFUL
THOUGH
AT
LOW.
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WITH
THEIR
PRESENT
HANDS
THEIR
AND
-
MIGHT
STANDARDS
(CONTINUED)
EVENTUALLY
ARE
RATHER
HORTICULTUR�
Residential Plantines
A
swarm
of raise chinch
bugs invaded plantings bordering desert lands in
News stories for radio and papers helped relieve
Eastern
part of the county.
the panic calls.
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OrnamentaL and Shade
Planting
Traditional "Pruning
Demonstrations"
held during January were conducted
soil treatment to improve improve ir­
rigation and reduce water use. Two of the demonstrations were held indoors use­
ing christmas tree holders to hold the demonstration materials. 1.;..63
with
emphasis
more
on
reducing problems
Dr. Hilgeman presented information
school held in Arizona City.
1-63
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on
dates and citrus to the
yard and garden
As well
The Casa Grande "Welcome It group toured the Pinal Pioneer Parkway.
as furnishing a guided tour
information of varieties of natives adapted to
home use was discussed.
Propagation methods were stressed. 3-63
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Plan
Development
An evaluation of 3 years work with the Arizona Children's Colony was under­
!VIr. Tate felt the plantings Showed a marked iillprOvement in growth and
At the same time some homes were visited where small method
lack of chlorosis.
demonstrations had been conducted or where instruction had been received through
taken.
the
yard
apparent
&
Pruning practices showed most Lmpr-ovemerrb,
better fertilization and irrigation.
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garden schools.
were
Public Parks & Schools
-
Also
Turf Haintenance vIeed Control
The Arizona City Development Corp. Country Club has been a source of irritation.
It has been
Built of a very find silt soil, highly charged with sodium salts.
tough to irrigate and using a water with a Na
Ca ratio of 30:1 it has not Lm­
proved. The use of gypsum has improved the water penetration but left a salt
problem that has burned some sensitive plantso A plan of renovation using tempo­
rery gre?ns and divided fairways to cut down on player disgust was developed.
ltiternal drainage was suggested on the greens area to allow leaching of the soil.
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11-63
Ornamental and Shade
Plantings
The last of the 1r�le Bois D'arc trees received from the Phoenix City Parks
and Eloy city parks, onto two
planted. The trees went into the Casa Grande
farms, one church plus several homes. 2-63
were
The town of Superior decided to do something about its trade mark--the most
Pinal County Sanitarians helped emphasize
colossel pile of junk in these parts.
Once the town was clean, the Extension Service was
the heaLth hazard involved.
called on to give some advice concerning the minimum care plantings that could
be used to enhance the surroundings. We understand there is a planting of
poppies along the roadside trhene once derelict cars ruled unchal.l.anged, This
with countless ocotillo and palo verde should add to the beaut.y, 7-63
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HOll'I'ICULTURE
Commer-c'l.aL Growers
An 80
some
acre
planting
symtoms of root
concentrated in two
suggested
as
rot.
areas.
remedies.
of vine ferous grapes on the McFarl��d ranch developed
Several samplings indicated the truble was largely
Increased organic mat-tier and ammonium sulfate were
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A similar infestation struck
Santa Cruz Farms pecan
plantings.
One day in July was spent touring Pinal County's little known citrus groves
These groves established many years ago in the Aravaipa Canyon
with Mr. Tate.
furnish a large percentage of the fruit used in the Winkelmen-Hayden area.
With
One tree is of
rather high altitude, the navel oranges show very high quality.
a seedling tree on its ovm root appears to be completely disease
special note
free and may be an important contribution to the industry since its quality is
Bud wood is being indexed. 7-63
very excellent.
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Agent Little joined the supper circuit with his slides and talk about the
Dow Tour •. Three Farm Bureau }1eetings, five civic clubs and a church men t s
One of the meetings received the
club were subjected to the traveler's tales.
talk na tape recording since it was too far away to be practical.
vTbile on the
tour Little made tape recorded interviews for broadcast over the local radio.
Later these tapes were re-recorded for use by agents from other states who were
on the tour.
8-63
1963
Five days were spent in the field during May, ruth the F.R.A.
Agent Little
requested to n:take contacts with plumber contractors" in the area, to com­
plete the first units of the Randolph Grant. This unincorporated town was without
From this effort simple plumbing systems
any but the crudest sanitary facilities.
were bid in and installed.
The filth and poverty seen in so�e of the homes beggers
descr�ption. Dry wells, septic tanks, flush toilts, showers, lavatories, and
was
kitchen sinks were the st��dard installation in the contract.
needed to have the equipment was not included.
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Partitions
or
rooms
4-H
Leadershin
-
Training
The problem encountered by the county 4-H agents regarding the training
of leaders has been two-fold:
(1) Most leaders have seemed to be unvdlling
to come to leader training meetings;
(2) Some have felt that they actual�
didn't need instruction.
During 1963, training
was
given
ing individual bQm� visits, and at
Day Convention held in November.
a
in three ways:
at small meetings, durevent
the first Annual Leaders'
single big
-
The latter was by far the most successful and bears the most
about" under this heading.
ntalldng
To begin with, it was felt by the Pinal County 4-H Board of Directors and
the 4-H agents that the initiation of such an annual leaders get-together would
give leaders recognition, instruction, information and fun. They would become
acquainted with one another on a bfoader basis. Transportation problems would
helped because many could come in one car.
ed with the role of the University of Arizona
be
They could become better acquaint­
through contact with the State
Extension Staff.
The objective was as it was stated
fective leader training is neededlt•
The
goals
u}'Iore ef­
enthusiasm for 4-H and its
1.
To
2.
To do
3.
To
4.
To create awareness in all leaders of the numbers and varieties
of all phases of 4-H program.
5.
To learn what
6.
To
engender
as
much
subject matter training in
day
one
as
possible.
from this leader
specific kinds
of
training leaders want and needo
acquaint 4-H leaders with the
sion State Staff.
this event
was
set up
1.
Attendance
*
2.
Request for training meetings
�r
3.
Attendance at
*
4.
Rise of level of
5.
�uestionnaire.
Note:
projects.
training event into further short,
well
planned
training
meetings which leaders might
regular,
look forward to attending, and to help plan.
move
system to evaluate
according to:
�r
County plan of work:
the
were e
A
made
on
Items
2, 3, 4
University
so
of Arizona Exten­
that measurement
made to
could be
agents.
meetings held by agents.
general
home economics and
to be measuted
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agricultural learnings.
throughout the year.
4-H
Leadership
-
Training (continued)
The event was well publicized in advance through the use of flyers, mass
media, and special newsletters. In addition it was always mentioned during
home visits and other
of it months before it
For Pinal
County
agent-leader contacts. The people were actually made aware
came into being, and many looked forward to the date.
it
was
BIG
-
to be made BIG.
to
Every agent in the county office was slated to appear on the program
part in it. Each was to give an educational performance. In addition to
this seven specialists from the University were asked to take part.
The Director
of Extension (U. of A.) and the superintendent of Arizona Boys' R�ch were alao
invited to be guest speakers.
-
take
morning during which time the audience
�reated to luncheon sponsored by the
everybody.
and
of
Directors
Board
Foundation.
Sears
4-H
During the afternoon workshops were
conducted separately and simultaneously in the different subject matter fields.
Clothing, foods, home furnishings, horse, home beautification, garden, crops, live­
stock, electricity, automotive, tractor, health, safety and recreation were all
There was a specialist and an agent in each workshop
if not all of
covered.
the time, then part of the time.
There
was
a
heard
general
At
session in the
noon
the leaders
were
-
At the end of the day, the leaders filled in and signed their questionnaires.
Of those responding, 100 % said that the day was rewarding and 100 % said that
they would be willing to attend short, regularly scheduled "learning meetingsll
throughout the year.
�'Jhat they learned at Leaders I Day Convention and what; they wanted to learn
in the future varied considerable, but at least the day seemed to accomplish each
of the immediate
goals.
There was some question as to the wisdom of the use of the specialists 1 time
in this instance.
Eight from the University was quite a request, but 80 % of the
leaders wanted them to return next year at the second Annual Convention.
They
were glad they were there this year and felt that the help they gave was extreme­
ly valuable.
The regular scheduling of subsequent short meetings for training was initiated
to be carried out during 1964.
in the month following
These will be called
"visiting daystt and held at specific times in the various areas of the county.
-
In conclusion, a total of 85 people attended the Leaders' Day Convention, 60
of whom were leaders.
This is the largest group of leaders to meet for training
in this county.
Their evaluation of this event was high;
they suggested that it
be repeated.
Obtain Parent Cooperation
was
Parental cooperation has always been something which most leaders have felt
hard to obtain.
During 1963 an attempt was made to help them.
In
Hay
we
sent letters to the
parents
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of all
youngsters going
to 4-H
Camp "nth
4-H
Obtain Parent Cooperation
information
regarding
(continued)
the camp program, its purpose, and the duties of
counselors.
In July we worked on a plan to create a 4-H Advisory Council,
the purposes of which was to have 4-H'ers themselves involve their
to a greater extent in the program.
one
of
parents
Another of our goals was to improve the effectiveness of our 4-H Club
Program and to involve more people in the planning and execution of the 4-H
A meeting of leaders was held in September to discuss this need.
events.
Members of County Staff (Salisbury and Jones) explained present organ­
ization and possible changes to meet needs.
After a discussion the group
suggested the formation of an advisory council. This council would be com­
posed of a 4-H member from each community club and 6 adults elected by the
4-H delegates.
was to organize this group so that the 4-H1ers would be in the
and
feel
like it was prllnarily their responsibility.
This advisory
majority
council would plan county events and appoint committees for execution.
Their
planning would be subject to the approval of the 4-H Board of Directors.
The
plan
Also in September leaders were urged to contact parents of their club
members at enrollment time and to try to establish rapport with them.
'I'/e also
supplied each leader with a letter and check list to give to each set of parents.
The
parents
were
asked to check three things that they would do for 4-H during
help sheet to the leader for his or her record.
the year and to return the
sheet
Subsequent conversations with leaders revealed that the parents I check
helped in some instances but not in others.
The formation of the proposed council, however, did not materialize
ing the remainder of 1963. Some leaders felt that this would be just an
others that it might be a good thing.
responsibility
dur­
added
-
It would
the
county
Organization
that either the time is not
actually want it now.
seem
do not
and Program of 4-H Club V'jork
-
ripe
for this
or
that
people
in
Organization
Agents doing 4-H work made several attempts to organize a club in Randolph,
community on a very low economic level. I've cooperated with the county
people in finding key people in Randolph. We encouraged them and made
repeated visits, but were Unsuccessful.
a
negro
welfare
�\]'e
organized
Riders Club.
ri�le
completed
It is
a
community club' east of Coolidge. This is the Lasso
horse club and some members came over from another club.
new
a
in the process of
at this time.
are
organizing
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a
club in San
Manue.L,
but it is not
Program Assistance
All community clubs were given program assistance
�dth enrollment, talks, judging and demonstrations.
ing
through films,
assist­
First Year of Electronic Processing of 4-H Enrollment
Dave Brueck, Farm Management Specialist, assisted 4-H agent in setting up
so that they could be processed by EDP��.
enrollments
At that time he was an
4-H
was
in
the
code
worked
out
and
then
the complete en­
The
county.
system
agent
rollment list of 4-H members, parents, and leaders was sent to the Numerical
Analysis Laboratory at the University of Arizona.
In a few minutes for each list, the machines sorted according to the var­
ious categories
club, town, project, age, sex, junior or senior member, and any
combination we might want.
Each list was printed in quadruplet.
The 4-H secret­
ary took one copy, 4-H Home Agent one copy, 4-H Agricultural Agent one copy, and
one to a leader if the list applied only to their group.
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As these lists were prepared by machine, address stickers
These saved time when mailing circular letters. We do not have
graph in the office.
also made.
address-o­
were
an
The agents carried a notebook with these various lists as they traveled
around the county.
It was very helpful when visiting with leaders to check re­
cords with them.
age.
In planning 4-H Camp the committee planned to make cabin assignments by
Since we had an EDP�� alphabetical sort by age it was easy to do this.
In preparing the statistical annual report the number of boys and girls and
other numbers were readily available without going through the total enrollment.
There
to
a
family.
also a sort by families and often
This saved time and material.
was
we
needed
only
one
letter to go
We feel that this
system of records saves much time for secretaries and
information
is available.
The biggest weakness, so far, is
agents. Also,
that enrollments do not come in all at one time.
Some come in after processing
was done.
Late enrollment can be inserted and kept in alphabetical order, but
this is extra effort.
We are trying to narrow the time of enrolling.
more
Projects
Subject
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Clothing
Five lessons on accessories and modeling were given prior to Dress Revue
at the 4-H Fair at the end of April.
Held at Superior, Eloy, Coolidge, Florence,
and Casa Grande with a total attendance of 82 4-H'ers, 9 leaders, 2 home economics
teachers, and 7 home economics students, the subject matter took an hour to present.
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4-H
Projects
Subject
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Clothing (continued)
l�-H I er enrolled in clothing and her sister,
once a 4-H' er , handled the
blue
former
her
ribbon
'I'he
modeling
presented
demonstration, uHow to
Nove Like a l-fodelu, at four of these sessions and the sister, a former Flair
Charm Course student, actually praciticed with the girls. Each person in the
audience was given mimeographed hand-outs on how to model, the outline of a talk
on accessory selection and a point evaluation sheet on how to tell when too many
A
session.
accessories
are
used.
evaluating the results of this effort with Shirley '�veik, Pinal County
Agent, it would seem that the girls were more at ease in the dress revue this
than last, and were less over-accessorized.
In
Home
year
The use of the two young girls to do the modeling part of the program proved
to be especially successful.
The audiences were very interested in them and in
what they had to say.
Although neither girl was a junior leader, they showed
exceptional leadership ability. Hany teenagers .In the county have taken these
Ucharm courses" and can be used quite effectively in this capacity.
They know
what they're doing and have quite an impact on their peer-group audiences.
They
also open the door to acquainting non-4-H people with the type of work carried out
in our program.
The 4-H Fair in
whose standards do we
April brought up the same old problems about judging:
and so on
judge? On what basis? TlJho is t.o decide?
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By
ad
infinitum et nauseum.
Miss stewart stopped
advice to the writer:
by while
the
judging
was
"As soon as the people in our counties start
standards are, then we can start teaching them."
in progress and gave this
demanding
to know what the
As a result, we polled every leader in the county through the "Confidential
to Leaderstt section of the 4-H newsletter sent from this office every month, in
an effort to determine how many would like to see a home economics judging school
for
lay.leaders given
Nineteen
in the
responded,
teen of lihom stated that
county.
of them men.
Eighteen were for the
would be ,willing to attend.
some
they
Sincer the confusion
over
judging
seems
to relate
especially
school,
to the
thir­
clothing
area, Helen Church, Shirley -v'[eik and the writer discussed the possibilities of a
judging school for leaders in the area. Several possibilities for using these
judges arose: as judges for adult programs such as county fairs, for 4-H programs,
for training other leaders and for local judging sessions and contests which
should be held in order to further them as educational experiences.
Work on this
will take place in 1964.
Subject
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Foods and Nutrition
The Assistant Home Agent gave
a
40 minute program to 250 elementary school
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4-H
Projects
Subject
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children at
use
Coolidge
Foods and Nutrition
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(continued)
in March of this year.
The problem which confronts the teachers is the fact that many texts still
the Basic Seven Food groups rather than the Daily Four.
June Gibbs' ribbon chart was used and individual copies of it stenciled for
each student.
After the ribbon chart talk, we passed the copies around for each
child to fill in when he or she returned to class.
The stencils were exact rep­
licas of }uss Bibbs' chart, showing the four foods groups and the number of serv­
ings required daily.
The audience was eomposed of fifth and sixth graders who were eager to
the questions put to them by the speaker
questions such as: ttUhat does
Vitamin A do for you?U
"Whaere do we find our richest source of calcuim?1t
etc.
Most of the chil�en seemed to be extremely interested in this phase of science,
and showed a special interest in the rat charts which were used to show what
happens to rats on an inadequate diet.
answer
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Seemingly
much
can
be done at the
nutritional havits which might
adolescence.
prevent
school level to induce sound
elementary
the later poor
practices
observed
during
The Favorite Food Show took place during the 4-H Fair time in April.
:i'-irs.
in charge.
Having taken pictures of this event in
her slides in Superior, Kearny, Casa Grande, and
George Holm of Superior was
Naricopa County, she showed
Coolidge.
forty
eXhibits
Despite
her
members
participating.
The MIA also
efforts,
helped
fewer this year than
were
June Gibbs with
a
skit
on
last,
"nth
only
4-H foods and nutrition during
Roundup in July.
In this field it is also necessary to train leaders in what, to look for in
It is anticipated that work vall be done in this area during 1964.
judging foods.
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Home
Furnishings-Home }fanagement
July on a concerted effort was
Management Specilaist and the MIA to
awareness of the projects in this field.
From
made
ingll
on
increase
Home
the
of the Home
Furnishings­
enrollment, enthusiasm, and
part
Fo Ll.owi.ng a visit from Hiss Stinson early in the year we had a Itbrainstorm­
conference in Phoenix in September with this specialist and agents from other
counties.
At this time
put
we
our
heads
together regarding what
project manuals.
enrollees could
make in connection with the materials in the
Ideas concerning accessories for
wall
a
room
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due share of consideration.
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desk items,
Other ideas on the
care, received their
pillows, pictures,
seemed to be the most feasible.
hangings, de1coupage
management side such as drawer dividers, good lighting,
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room
4-H
Projects
Subject ��tter
Content
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Home
Furnishings-Home Management (continued)
These ideas were brought back to the county home furnishings leaders, but
it wasn't until Leaders' Day Convention in November, when Corinne stinson brought
her collection of items to the training session, that the ideas from the ttbrain­
storming" really took hold. The leaders went away feeling that they had Ita lot
of fun
learning
a
lot of
things. It
During home visits in December, the AHA discovered that some people confuse
furnishings with home beautification. ¥�ss stinson's leaflet on project
contents was extremely useful in dispelling this misconception.
home
1'Ihen the new 4-H year began in October, we had increased our
from three to seven.
At this writing we do not have complete data
of members enrolled.
Two
(1)
things
to be evident from the above
seem
Leaders need training in this field.
this from the ubrainstormingll angle
in "fun" sessions where they can come
own as to what their members can make
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(2)
leadership
on
the number
experiences:
It would
getting
seem
feasible to do
the leaders
together
up vlith some ideas of their
in connection with the project.
Have them make these things, using this method to teach them both
art and management principles as they go along.
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Other
Projects
Enrollment in the horse project has increased more than any other agric­
ultural project.
It is a project with much appeal. Every effort is being made
to keep the emphasis on education.
The wholesome recreation provided is certain­
ly of value also.
A number of personal contacts were made and letters written to evaluate
the market animal show and auction.
Contacts were made with Graham County as
to their new system.
Many in this county seemed to feel that doing a\'Jay ld th
the auction would be
good.
However at a meeting of interested people the majority voted to continue
with the auction.
perhaps some good will come of the effort and the contacts.
All agreed that some things happen at the auction that are not in the best inter­
est of the boy and girl involved.
A committee was appointed to look into ways
of improving the auction and avoiding some of these pitfalls.
This committee met
with members of Rotary in Maricopa County to get information on how they spon­
sored and carried on the 4-H auction.
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Completions
70 % of the 4-H members completed this past year.
over
the
previous year
which showed
63 % completion.
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This is
an
increase
4-H
Junior Leader Projects
Training
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During the year this topic was treated under "Human Relations and Child
Development," but can now be put under this heading because a new junior leader
has been developed.
This all began in February when three members of our staff attended the Family
Life Conference in Phoenix.
It is the 'l.vriters belief that when she as an agent
attends such a training session, that she should try to use the knowledge gained
from it.
At the above mentioned session III'. pope from the Federal Extension Service
talked about understanding behavior and building good relationships between a
a parent and a child.
self and another person
He gave four building blocks:
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"To begin with, starting at the foundationlt, he said, nif you build affect­
if you build respect into your­
ion into yourself, you give security to another;
into
build
self
if
respect
you
others;
you
give help, you build abilities
self,
These things result in your being able to approve or disapprove
into others.
thereby building sets of values in others."
The
building
blocks look like this:
Values t
Abilities I
Self Respect
Soon after this conference the AHA became aware as to how this had been
a relationship between a sincere 4-H leader and a rather unfortunate
working in
child.
Kathy, aged 15, was rather shy, retiring. A lover of horses, she had en­
rolled in a 4-H horse project.
Her leader had stated that she was upractically
the only one in the group worth working with.n
The key to the situation revolved around Kathy's love for horses, her
leaders interest in her as a person and her appreciation of her leader.
Although Kathy's background has never been clear to the writer she is
motherless, and her father, for whom she keeps house, is mean to her. Deprived
the first building block of affection and security in her own home, the leader
and his wife were providing this basic ingredient.
During the year, the AHA and her husband became better acquainted with
Kathy. �fuenever they were asked to give assistance to the leader in project
they did so. This also gave them an opportunity to observe more closely the
relationships between the youngster and her leader and his wife and family.
of
work
It is hard to say who adopted whom.
Kathy seemed, as time went on, to
a part pf this family group.
She and Nr. F.'s daughter were good friends.
She helped Nrs. F. around the house.
During the sununer she obtained a full time
the
vlI'iter
doesn't know where nor for whom she
a
job as
baby sitter, although
become
worked.
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4-H
Junior Leader Projects
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Training (continued)
She did go to 4-H Camp though and
She
slow to
her
The writer
year
was
tickled to death over the opportunity.
and another week may have helped
mingle with the other children,
considerably in her social relationships.
was
was
saw
her
only
once
from camp time until October when the
new
4-ll
beginning.
Either she had lost some of her shyness or she felt that she knew us better
Cert­
at the county office when she came in for supplies for her club in the fall.
she
seemed
have
t
to
more
we
arenr
us
that
self-assurance.
seeing
ainly
hope
(Let
here
only
what
we
hope
or
want to
see.)
At that time, Kathy was actually doing junior leader work within her 4-H
Club, although none of us realized it until her visit to the office. Not only
was she helping the younger and newer members with their orientation to 4-H, but
she had also assumed the responsibility of enrolling them.
ttl-1'rs. F. and I want to
help Hr.
F. make
ours
a
strong club, II
she asserted.
Leadership ability often
is left to
goes undetected and undeveloped when a youngster
when it is left to no one in particular to help it grow.
himself,
Although an above average student (between A and
had Kathy not had this 4-H opportunity she might
for this type of growth.
She
signed
was
or
B in
never
Kathy1s case)
we
feel that
have found the kind of soil
advised of the junior leader project early in the club Y"ear and
At this writing she is doing fine.
up for it.
continuing to do what she is supposed to do with reference to her
project too. Although she may have to walk three miles and back to feed and
groom him, she probably takes better care of her horse than 50 % of the 4-Hrers
around, in that she'll make the trip unfailingly to be sure that hets taken care of.
She is
horse
He's not the type of
Her horse is old and stiff and not exactly safe.
animal with which to win blue ribbons.
Her leader admits that he himself won't
ride him beyond a walk, and those at the office who saw Kathy ride him in the
barrel race at the 4-H Fair said they wer-e a.lmost; afraid to watch.
(Herre going
to have to do something about this
but what?)
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However,
the
point
to be made here is this:
In 4-H and as a result of the sincere interest which a leader and his wife
have taken in a youngster
using the tools of affection, respect, help and approval,
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are successfully building security, self respect, abilities, and values in
youngster. It is taking time, but it is being done. To the writer's Imowledge,
Kathy has yet to win a blue ribbon; but the intangibles which she is gaining as a
result of her 4-H work and relationships within her group are going to be of in­
estimable value, we think, in helping to shape the fabric of her life.
they
that
Rough Camoing and Healthful Outdoor Living
is Theme of Senior
4-H
Camp
An overnight outing was held in eastern Pinal County (Arravipa Canyon)
for senior 4-H members.
30 4-H'ers and 7 adult leaders attended this event.
Also the agent in charge of 4-H attended.
The support given to this event by the adults has been excellent.
These
this
to
be
the
we
said
most
wholesome
recreation
could
believe
that
people
they
It also contributed toward physical fitness.
The group walked 3 miles
offer.
into camp� carrying their bed-rolls.
They also received instruction in outdoor
cookery while camping.
The increased competition from school
high school age youth has tended to draw
outing does help to hold their interest and
of
and other
organizations
for the time
Such events as this
many out of 4-H.
somewhat counteract this competition.
The county senior 4-H club is open to all 4-Hters 14 years of age and older.
Actually those that participate are mostly Junior Leaders. They have a meeting
every other month.
Topics this year included films on teenage behavior, duties
of Junior Leaders, and reports from 4-H Club Congress delegates.
Also the Junior Leaders
are
assigned positions
of
responsibility
for
our
4-H Fair operation.
Educational Activities and Events
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Judging Contests,
Home Economics
emphasis for the month of February was placed on the County
one in the northeast
Contest.
Two sessions were held
Judging
the
set
one
area
of
the
southwest
in
The
county.
area�
ups were identical for
e�ch. All scores were considered in selecting the winners.
The main program
Home Economics
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The
would
thinking
participate
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behind the
of the contest
that more youngsters
More did attend this year than last year.
splitting
proved valid.
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Local leaders were asked to listen to reasons, many of whom commented that
learned
quite a bit about reasons from this experience. The AHA prepared
they
sets of reasons for them before hand as guide lines, and they examined and judged
the rings themselves before the program started.
The first session in the northeast section of the county lacked some organi­
This was rectified, however, by additional planning for the.second session
zation.
which ran much more smoothly.
From this writer's view-point, judging is one of the most confusing aspects
of 4-H work.
Feeling that this area of concern needs special emphasis in leader
training, provision for it will be made during 1964.
Judging Contests, Agricultural
A number of
practice judging sessions for agricultural projects were held
our members participated in Angus and Hereford Field Days.
Dairy, livestock, horse, poultry, vegetable, and electric judging were all covered
in county judging and all these were represented at 4-H Roundup.
in the
county.
Also
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4-H
Demonstration Day
Our
pick
out
Mar-ch 30th.
If we were to
illustrate accomplishments, it
Five years ago there were approximately
county-wide 4-H Demonstration Day
activity in the 4-H program to
one
was
would be in the demonstration field.
30 demonstrations given in the county-wide contest.
have been over 100 boys and girls each year in this
The last two years, there
activity.
In addition to this, a majority of the other members have given demon­
strations on the local club level.
vie feel this is our most important actd, vity,
because the member must learn subject matter in the project area to give a
demonstration.
Also he
self-confidencel poise
or
and
she learns to stand up and
speak,
vJhich involved
general personal development.
Each year the volunteer leaders (120 in the county) are given training
teaching the demonstration principle. This is done through leader training
meetings in 2 areas of the county. Also leaders are given help through home
visits on requests.
The judges comments this year were that the demonstrations
were above average in quality.
�Te feel that a more important factor than uhmv
we
is
are they" and Uwhat are they learning".
Uhow
active
members
many
have",
The Demonstration Day results show our members are becoming more active and
learning a great deal.
in
4-H Fair Gives Public Opportunity to See Educational Value of 4-H Program
Conflicts for
The 4-H Fair was the largest 4-H,event held in the year.
of the fairground's facilities resulted in several problems that 1/1e have
not had before.
Horse racing was at the same time as the Fair.
Some of the
to
of
take
racing people attempted
advantage
4-H'ers, i.e., taking over some
use
of their horse stalls.
One result was that it stirred emotions and we found that 4-H had lots
of friends.
Groups of parents and leaders contacted the Board of Supervisors,
Racing Commission, and local Fair Commission and complained about the unfair
treatment given 4-H boys and girls.
It is certainly regrettable that sometimes
the best interests of our youth take a back seat to events held principally for
money.
How­
The Fair has been held the last week-end of April for several years.
The 4-H Board did this
ever, the date has been changed to �ay 1 and 2 for 1964.
to avoid a
further conflict with horse racing.
This" we feel was in the best
interest of the
boys
and
girls.
This was a lrnost, the
There wer-e 771 exhibits at our 4-H Fair this year.
the
conflict
for
the 779 the year before.
already mentioned"
Except
the Fair seemed to run smoother than usual.
Parents" leaders, and Junior Leaders
contributed many hours helping make the event successful.
We have tried to give
Junior Leaders more opportunity for leader development through added assign­
ments at the Fair.
They worked closely with adult superintendents and also were
same
in
as
charge of
the Fair office.
The Horse Show was the largest ever held at our Pinal County 4-H Fair.
This project is growing rapidly and there was a lot of interest shown at the
Fair.
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4-H
4-H Fa.ir
(continued)
Below is
list of the 4-H Fair exhibits for
a
1962
and
1963:
Clothing
252
302
Foods
231
209
36
14
Electric, Tractor, Entomology
Handicraft, and Automotive
61
70
Beef
24
23
Sheep
23
16
Sv.n.ne
17
20
Dairy
9
8
36
25
25
15
Home
Furnishings
Poultry
Rabbits and
Pigeons
1
Dog
0
Horses
33
37
Garden and Home Beautification
32
26
0
5
779
771
Crop s
and v-leeds
Personal Development and Citizenship Training Achieved Through Camping Program
Our 4-H
Camping Program
He had to turn down
has been
one
of
our
most successful activities.
number of
requests to go to camp. The number wanting to
go grows larger each year as 4-H' ers get reports i'r,om other members who camped
the previous year.
Parents and leaders have become enthused about it, as they
have seen the personal growth and citizenship tra.ining the youngsters experience
a
at camp.
5 years ago there were 35 4-H members attending 4-H Camp from this county.
This year we had 115 4-H1ers and 19 adults attend camp.
There would have been more
go this year, but we had one cancelled out because camp facilities were not available.
The best
wou Id
the best group
well the older
said, ttl
enjoy
camp.
probably be made from leader comments. One leader
for this experience.
It was an excellent program and
of
I have ever worked with.
It was �mazing to see how
members shouldered responsibility and helped the younger members
evaluation
can
have
paid 4-H
youngsters
I,
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4-H
4-H
Camp (continued)
Similar comments were made by the other adults attending.
4-H Council paid the Camp fees for the adult counselors.
The
county
The Forest Service cooperated in conducting a class on forest conserva­
This agent conducted a class on nCampcraftlt•
tion.
The in-service training
received in the Camp craft School at Tucson was put to good use in conducting
this class at camp.
Other classes were archery, first-aid, and photography.
boat
Crafts presented were coral art, mosaic tile, marble craft,
copper tooling, plastic lacing, and basket weavingo
seed
mosaic,
craft,
Record Number of 4-H
I ers
At tend 4-H Roundup
County sent 53 4-H'ers to Roundup, which was a record number for
county. Through meetings before Roundup and during Roundup we tried to stress
Citizenship Responsibilities. �'le believe it paid off, for our group was well
Pinal
this
behaved.
Honors
4
8
9
won
by Pinal 4-H'ers:
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Shield and Clover Awards
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Blue Ribbon Demonstrations
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Red Ribbon Demonstrations
1
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8
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Blue Ribbon
on
Judging
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Red Ribbons
on
Judging
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'lrJhite Ribbons
13
3
�'Jhite Ribbon Demonstration
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Blue Ribbons
1
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Blue
1
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l'lhite
1
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Red
1
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'vJhite
5
1
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Blue
on
on
Judging
ShOloJIIlanship
Tractor Rodeo
on
on
Tractor Rodeo
Speech Contest
on
on
on
Speech Contest
Talent
Hr. Jim Benedict of Casa Grande also received
a
state Alwnni Award.
We believe the Roundup Program is becoming more educational each year.
Some of the demonstration judges could still do more to write helpful comments
for the 4-H I er to benefit by.
'Ihe wor-kshops are a good addition to the program,
in the opinion of agents of this county.
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4-H
Talent and public Speaking
A
county
contest
The Casa Grande Club
was
won
held
again this year
and received
a
with
full
evening1s
program.
blue ribbon at State 4-H Club
Roundup.
a
Professional Improvement
in
1.
Camp-crafters School
2.
4-H Conference in Tucson
3.
National County Agent Neeting in Hinneapolis in September
April
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Keith G. Jones
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