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All Steel Form Buildings, p. 10
New Model Form Power Welder, p. 22
Lubriplote Lubricants Booklet, p. 19
Free Illustrated Sewing Booklet, p. 39
Amena Food Freezer, p. 40
Dual Purpose Turbine Pump, p. 29
The Right Speed for Every Implement,
1,000 Gallon Tanks for Water, Oil, or
Gasoline Storage, p. 33
One-Man Hay Baler, p. 20
Pamona-Wcstco Pump Booklet, p. 28
Stack Hay the Hom-Draulie Way,
Multi-Purpose Farm Sprayer, p. 27
Corrugated Roofing & Siding, p. 32
Aluminum Lifetime Gates, p. 21 & 20
Replace Your Discs, p. 20
Rainbird Sprinkler Irrigation System,
Ford Tractor Engines, p. 32
Rubber Siphon Irrigation Tubes, p. 33
Rectal Disorders Treated, p. 30
Surplus Tires & Tubes, p. 20
Cut Costs on Weed Control, p. 22
Rex for Any Type of Wood Paneling,
Automatic Fire Control, p. 22
Auto Parts for all Makes and Models,
Auger Elevators, p. 27
Hydraulic Scoop, p. 30
Roto-Beater Clears Sagebrush, p. 27
Past Hole Diggers, p. 30 & 28
BJ Analysis of your Pumping Re
quirements, p. 29
AH Types of Farm Implements, p. 3
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carefully against accident bat protect your
self from loss by taking out a Montana
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INSURANCE PODGY. Full information on
request. Write Insurance Dept., Montana
Fasmer-Stockman. Great Falls, Mont.
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KMON Program Notes
A SURPRISE PARTY for both lis
teners and tiie staff of KMON was
conducted by Mel Hallock, program
director of KMON, on Memorial day,
May 30, as the Montana Farmer
Stockman station marked its third
In a surprise move at 2 in the aft
ernoon of the birthday, Hallock,
without warning, moved a micro
phone into the business office and
started broadcasting. The 45-minute
broadcast consisted of interviews
with each member of the KMON
staff. Transmitter personnel had
been called in for the session and
j f n . S ° 6 m r °"
duced to KMON listeners.
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Others introduced on the program
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were Gene Bunker, transmitter su-.
pervisor; Jack DeLong, transmitter
engineer; Frank Kaull, sales man
ager; Max Helman, sales executive;
Betty Rugg, secretary; Bryn Poole,
traffic and continuity; Judy Clark,
traffic; "Dusty" Lane, Nat Brookj,
Herb Hunter, Del Russell and Lowell
Barsten, announcers, and Robert H
Warner, general manager.
Miss Irene Foley, continuity and
women's commentator, was not on
hand for the celebration as she was
attending her alma mater, Caldwell
college, New Jersey, where she re
ceived an award as outstanding
graduate for the year and spoke at
the commencement exercises.
The 18th broadcasting anniversary
of Don McNeill and the "Breakfast
Club" over the ..ABC radio network
is upcoming Saturday, June 23.
The "Breakfast Club," produced
by Cliff Petersen, is presented over
the ABC radio network from 8 to 9
a. m., MST, Monday through Friday.
Dates to Note
June 15 —Final date for application
for field inspection to certify small
grain, flax, beans and corn seed.
June 18 21 —Western regional con
ference of Farm Bureau, Bozeman.
June 22-23 —Third annual Montana
home demonstration council meet
Stale Crop Forecast
Well Above Average
WHILE THE USDA forecast that
the nation's 1951 "drouth-hampered"
wheat crop would fall short of the
government goals, it estimated the
Montana crop as well above average.
The total spring and winter wheat
production for the state is forecast
at 97,296,000 bushels, compared to
93,858,000 last year and a 10-year
average of 67,745,000. Winter wheat
yield is estimated at 28,776,000 bush
els. Production last year was 25,212,
Production for the nation is esti
mated at 1,053,825,000. The govem
mentis goal was 1,150,000,000 bushels,
This estimate, the first of the year
for the combined winter and spring
cr °P s > is 27,070,000 bushels more than
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1,026,755,000 harvested last year. It
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compares with an average crop of
Winter wheat was forecast at 705,
175,000 bushels. This compares with
682,196,000 predicted a month ago,
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• section of roof provides added
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ramov'abla door panels. This
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i against spread
under srs n tbs
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• min spillage «ben su
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Ik Haavy angle iron, anchor straps
*'• are provided for norbor wires
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EATON METAL PRODUCTS
BILLINGS — GREAT FALLS, Montana
750,666,000 pröduced last year and a
10-year average 758,821,000.
Spring wheat was indicated at
348,650,000 bushels. This estimate—
the first of the year—is based largely
on a report issued in March on pros
pective plantings and upon the cur
rent condition of the crop. Last year's
spring crop was 276,089,000 bushels
and the 10-year average, 272,491,000.
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