Country Gentleman Magazine - The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living, September (Sept.) 1952 - Easier Ways to Handle Corn

By: Cave, Hugh B.; Jones, Nard

Price: $129.95

Quantity: 1 available


144 pages. Features: What about price supports?; Easier ways to handle corn; Roughage capacity; Save your beans; Pig hatcheries are here to stay; a plan for low-cost grade A milk; Keeping out of mortgage trouble; Wet-weather implements; Apply nitrogen now for extra profits; More beef from dry-land pasture; Better pasture with less cost and work; Machines dig their silage; They seed in standing corn; Six-Man football in Salem, New York, with photos including coach Bob Kana. Shopping with the Baugh family at Rucker-Rosenstock's, a department store in Petersburg, VA. Ads include: Nice color Studebaker car ad inside front cover; 1952 Buick; Willys 4WD trucks; New Holland baler ad features Ellsworth Waite of Alexander, NY; International Harvester (color photos); Prince Albert tobacco ad features singer George Morgan and William F. Quinn; Champion spark plug ad features great photos of Clarence, Frank and George Hoff who farm near Saginaw, Michigan; Ford pickups - with color photo of rancher and rice farmer W.E. Worthen, Jr. of Highlands, Texas; Oliver "Superior" seed drill; New Idea one-row corn picker (color photos); Charles Donaldson of Center Point Iowa appears in a Carlon pipe ad; Allis-Chalmers CA tractor; Ford Tractor (2-pages with photos); Kendall Gibson of Kirkwood, Illiinois appears in American Fence ad; Massey-Harris Tractor; Very nice color-photo 7up ad features BBQ scene with Granpa; Blue Bell work clothes; Funky color-photo ad for the Ford Ranch Wagon (drab blue); Pontiac car; Jergens lotion ad features Mrs. J.J. Hall of Grapevine, Texas, and her family; Winchester Super-X silvertip ammo; Noxzema ad features Mary Austin of Brooklyn, NY. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy.

Title: Country Gentleman Magazine - The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living, September (Sept.) 1952 - Easier Ways to Handle Corn

Author: Cave, Hugh B.; Jones, Nard

Illustrator: Sarnoff; Smith, Fred; Sessions

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Agriculture,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Curtis Pub Co: 1952

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 301h2249

Keywords: Country Gentleman Magazine - The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living, September (Sept.) 1952 - Easier Ways to Handle Corn price supports?; Easier ways to handle corn; Roughage capacity; Save your beans; Pig hatcheries are here to stay; a plan for low-cost grade A milk; Keeping out of mortgage trouble; Wet-weather implements; Apply nitrogen now for extra profits; More beef from dry-land pasture; Better pasture with less cost and work; Machines dig their silage; They seed in standing corn; Six-Man football in Salem, New York, with photos including coach Bob Kana. Shopping with the Baugh family at Rucker-Rosenstock's, a department store in Petersburg, VA. Ads include: Nice color Studebaker car ad inside front cover; 1952 Buick; Willys 4WD trucks; New Holland baler ad features Ellsworth Waite of Alexander, NY; International Harvester (color photos); Prince Albert tobacco ad features singer George Morgan and William F. Quinn; Champion spark plug ad features great photos of Clarence, Frank and George Hoff who farm near Saginaw, Michigan; Ford pickups - with color photo of rancher and rice farmer W.E. Worthen, Jr. of Highlands, Texas; Oliver "Superior" seed drill; New Idea one-row corn picker (color photos); Charles Donaldson of Center Point Iowa appears in a Carlon pipe ad; Allis-Chalmers CA tractor; Ford Tractor (2-pages with photos); Kendall Gibson of Kirkwood, Illiinois appears in American Fence ad; Massey-Harris Tractor; Very nice color-photo 7up ad features BBQ scene with Granpa; Blue Bell work clothes; Funky color-photo ad for the Ford Ranch Wagon (drab blue); Pontiac car; Jergens lotion ad features Mrs. J.J. Hall of Grapevine, Texas, and her family; Winchester Super-X silvertip ammo; Noxzema ad features Mary Austin of Brooklyn, NY,