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Farmer's Magazine, June, 1942, Volume XXXIX, No. 6 - Devoted to the Interests of Agriculture in Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes, Stoltz, E.H.; Hodge, C.H.; Gunter, E.P.; Wallsh, George E.; Gray, Lillian C.; Et al

Author    Stoltz, E.H.; Hodge, C.H.; Gunter, E.P.; Wallsh, George E.; Gray, Lillian C.; Et al

Title   Farmer's Magazine, June, 1942, Volume XXXIX, No. 6 - Devoted to the Interests of Agriculture in Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes

   Paperback

Condition   Good

   Magazine

   First Edition

Size   Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Publisher   Toronto Consolidated Press Limited 1942

Illustrator   Woods, Rex (cover art); Sinclair, Chris H.; Good, A.

Seller ID   531h1620

56 pages. Features: Rex Woods cover illustration features WWII sailor dancing with attractive blonde; Drying Eggs - a new war industry - article with photo of egg drying room in Trenton plant of the Canadian Doughnut Co.; Are Farmers Indifferent? - article with photos of the homesteads of Orley Shaw near Forest, ON, and K.M. Betzner of R.R.2 Waterloo, ON; Farmers of the Lower Saint John - article with photos of the Fox and Dingee homesteads of Gagetown, N.B.; Treasure of a Derelict (fiction); Storm Tide (fiction); Fascinating half-page ad by the Department of Munitions and Supply says "Drastic New Regulations Are Now In Effect" restricting sales of new and used tires, tubes and retreading services; Half-page ad for Findlay Ranges of Carleton Place, ON shows military scene and housewife saying she can wait for her range in order to provide metal to the military; An Army Without Banners - article explains how women are producing food at home to supply the military, with photos of Beth Kellington and Mrs. Will Hewlett of the Stouffville district in York County; Photo-illustrated article on the 1942 Kemptville Conference of the Women's Institutes; Aunt Helen's Boys and Girls; Illustrated half-page ad by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario says WWII is "A War of Steel and Electricity"; Nice photo of horse-drawn hay wagon in action on the Cotton farm near Orillia; Photo of Wallace Knapp of Galt, Ontario on horse-drawn potato planter; Photo of young John McTaggart feeding lamb at the Don Head Farm in Richmond, Hill; Photos of prize animals owned by Featherstone Bros. of Oakville, Haas Bros. of Paris, Byron Rath of Mossley, J.R. Beattie of Aurora, R. Norman Hogg of Uxbridge, and Alfred Bagg of Edgeley; Poultry section includes photo of chicken 'apartment building' of Dr. D.F. McKinley of Unionville, ON; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label remnant on front cover. Five-inch diameter hole neatly cut from back cover, otherwise a sound vintage copy of this fascinating wartime issue.

Farmer's  Magazine,  June,  1942  -  Devoted  To  The  Interests  Of  Agriculture  In  Ontario,  Quebec  And  The  Maritimes    Drying  Eggs  -  A  New  War  Industry  -  Article  With  Photo  Of  Egg  Drying  Room  In  Trenton  Plant  Of  The  Canadian  Doughnut  Co.;  Are  Farmers  Indifferent?  -  Article  With  Photos  Of  The  Homesteads  Of  Orley  Shaw  Near  Forest,  ON,  And  K.M.  Betzner  Of  R.R.2  Waterloo,  ON;  Farmers  Of  The  Lower  Saint  John  -  Article  With  Photos  Of  The  Fox  And  Dingee  Homesteads  Of  Gagetown,  N.B.;  Treasure  Of  A  Derelict  (fiction);  Storm  Tide  (fiction);  Fascinating  Half-page  Ad  By  The  Department  Of  Munitions  And  Supply  Says  "Drastic  New  Regulations  Are  Now  In  Effect"  Restricting  Sales  Of  New  And  Used  Tires,  Tubes  And  Retreading  Services;  Half-page  Ad  For  Findlay  Ranges  Of  Carleton  Place,  ON  Shows  Military  Scene  And  Housewife  Saying  She  Can  Wait  For  Her  Range  In  Order  To  Provide  Metal  To  The  Military;  An  Army  Without  Banners  -  Article  Explains  How  Women  Are  Producing  Food  At  Home  To  Supply  The  Military,  With  Photos  Of  Beth  Kellington  And  Mrs.  Will  Hewlett  Of  The  Stouffville  District  In  York  County;  Photo-illustrated  Article  On  The  1942  Kemptville  Conference  Of  The  Women's  Institutes;  Aunt  Helen's  Boys  And  Girls;  Illustrated  Half-page  Ad  By  The  Hydro-Electric  Power  Commission  Of  Ontario  Says  WWII  Is  "A  War  Of  Steel  And  Electricity";  Nice  Photo  Of  Horse-drawn  Hay  Wagon  In  Action  On  The  Cotton  Farm  Near  Orillia;  Photo  Of  Wallace  Knapp  Of  Galt,  Ontario  On  Horse-drawn  Potato  Planter;  Photo  Of  Young  John  McTaggart  Feeding  Lamb  At  The  Don  Head  Farm  In  Richmond,  Hill;  Photos  Of  Prize  Animals  Owned  By  Featherstone  Bros.  Of  Oakville,  Haas  Bros.  Of  Paris,  Byron  Rath  Of  Mossley,  J.R.  Beattie  Of  Aurora,  R.  Norman  Hogg  Of  Uxbridge,  And  Alfred  Bagg  Of  Edgeley;    Poultry  Section  Includes  Photo  Of  Chicken  'apartment  Building'  Of  Dr.  D.F.  McKinley  Of  Unionville  Food  For  Britain 

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