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1928-03: Alabama Farmer Newsletter, Auburn, Alabama, Volume 08, Issue 06

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Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Agricultural Club


This is the volume VIII, issue 6, March 1928 issue of Alabama Farmer, a newsletter published monthly during the school year by students in the Agricultural Club of the Alabama Polytechnic Institute (now Auburn University). The newsletter includes articles of interest related to agriculture and agriculture education. This item has been aggregated as part of the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL)'s "Deeply Rooted: The Agricultural & Rural History of the American South" project.Articles: 'Way back when?--A fair lady named our beloved village; Our future farmers--4-H club boys and girld work and play under agricultural guidance; Mr. and Mrs. Bee's family; Starve the groceryman; Tune in on Auburn; The old-fashioned Southern Negro; (editorials); Beat Georgia (editorial); Ag club banquet (editorial); Too many activities (editorial); Pink bollworm causes concern; Bad weather harms peanuts; 'Plenty boll weevils; Low price cotton; Cooperative marketing of poultry in Ala.; Cattle and crop acreage decrease; Alabama Farm Woman (Our daily bread); Successful sons; 'Pete' and 'Jim' get thrills; Tuberculosis must be fought; Campus Farmer (Band spends few days in Mobile; 'Cotton states meet' a success; 'Beating'; Dr. Dowell goes to Mercer; Ag club stages stunt; Self training; Miss Gatchell leaves; Gist at Montgomery; Did you know that; The farmers pride (editorial); Cheaper crops (editorial); Self training at college (editorial); The Auburn alumnus (editorial); The 'failure family' (editorial); Bananas to the front (editorial)); Sports (Baseball; Ebb James; Basketball facts)
Beard, J. B
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