The Cornell Countryman Volume 17-18

The Cornell Countryman Volume 17-18

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ...States, with headquarters at Washington. D. C. '17 B. S.--F. R. Walkley, formerly assistant manager of the Madison County Farm Bureau, has been promoted to be manager, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of D. F. Putman. 'l7 Ph. D.--W. H. Burkholder, who is engaged in bean disease work on the special bean appropriation, has just re turned from a three months' stay at the University of Wisconsin, where he has been doing investigational work in the department of plant pathology. '17 B. S.---A. A. Krause is at Deerfield, Virginia, where he is associated with Bernhardt '19, and Hendee '19, in the examination of forest land for the government. '17 B. S.--Mrs. Harold E. lrish (Aromenta McDonald) died at Auburn on April 9. '17 B. S.--Mary Albertson, who has been in charge of five cafeterias at Washington, has resigned and is now at her home in Delaware, N. J. '17 B. S., '18 D. V. M.--Mr. and Mrs. Don A. Boardman (Elizabeth M. Abbuhl '17) announce the birth of a daughter, Agnes Ellen, on February 20. They live at 107 East Willett Street, Rome. '17 B. S.--Harold O. Crowell, who has been for some time with the Lockport Chamber of Commerce, handling school garden, curb market, and similar work, is now with the American City Bureau of New York as field secretary, doing installation work thruout the country. He is now located at Conneaut, O. '17 B. S.--A daughter, Helen Freeley, was born on March 9 to Mr. and Mrs. H. Strycker Mills, 209 College Ave., Ithaca. Mills is an instructor in vegetable gardening in the College. 'l7 B. S.---Edward Frey was overseas eighteen months with the 10th Engineers. a famous forestry regiment. He is now employed in the Industrial Engineering...show more

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  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 12mm | 408g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236855566
  • 9781236855565