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iv- From Skiing Career to Top Rancher FEW FARMERS in rugged north- v, est Montana are as v, ell kno,an or highly thought of as Don Naegeli. But like the crop he grows, his ac- complishments took hard ork and time. Don and his family hae beei honored as Montana Tree Farmers of the Year and Outstanding Tree Farmer in an area coering I-1 &apos;,estern state,,. But it it hadn't bccu lot a freak accident in hi, ,.ouch. I)o mlghl bt? bellcI kno,a n Col itli ', <,[st**cl on the .,lope,3 [Term & Ranth Iv, re'., ma:a/p,c editor, crc so imprc,,cd {I}', Don', accompll,,hnlelll, 'haI ',hob ,c,.ci' ', I I Send Us Your 'Little Parmer' l00ms, Songs! (_OL?',TR Y [-'A'TRA rcadr, ,q,- '.iousl', like the "l.iitle tarmc:-'" e'e ieaturcd in (X occa,iom, ff3. They're hal on13 napph:g up H-,- sands el po,.ters of the hib-o c;a ieJ 3oungsicr', lOT lhen>et,.e', and friend... r, hey're e'.en v, riting poems and ,,,.mC, about the lamous farm tin,'. And ihex%e been sending u,, maul, more of their "'literary and musical em2 I ince we published  F'fou Been Farming Long?" song (com- posed by CX staffer Lcnn5 Lo,i niecki) in July CX. These efforts by reader,, arc ',o good we'regoing to publish the beq of these songs and poems in an up- coming issue of Country EXTRA Would you like to share your song-- perhaps to sing to the melody of a well-known tune--or poem about the "Little Farmers" ,.ith CX readers around the country? Just send your "masterpiece" to Country EXTRA, Box 643, Mihaukee W! 53201. Win a Prize! AVe'll send you a Little Farmers poster if we publish your '*gem". And if our CX "poetry critics" rate it as the best v,e receive, v,e'll send you a free deluxe "Little Farmers" plaque that regularly sells for $9.95. Need a poster for inspiration? You can order a 14" x 18" full-color poster o.f the Little Farmers for just $3.00 or a set of 12 notecards for $3.95. Use the order form you'll find on EXTRA page 2. -'" He Ashwd For TWO FARMERS were having lunch at the local diner one day. One farmer ordered a glass of milk with his meal. "Gie me a large milk, too," the second farmer told the waitress, "'and make sure it's in a clean glass." The v, aitress soon returned ,ith h.er tray. "Tv, o milks," she said. "Which one wanted the clean glass?" cited him :it the 49th in their ,,cries on the "'Mo,,t Interesting Rancher I've [ier Met". "'1 as born and rai',cd in Jackson Hole, \\;kyoming," a grinning Don, no 56, explains. "Both of my par- ents v, cre denliq,,. Me? I'd taken part in !he f)lm- IoOt,.iliC !l\\;t;.lfd o a .;.cf a- i pr .ic'." t/ti )ict) l)cm oi.c.oinc'bouc. iti hi. It,el \\;. Itc Clvit",! bc,ik el ii l:im. iiii "i'm in no huro. ! know my trees take lots of time, so I'm paiienl..:' III I I I IIII II III doors," he says, "and I'd ahsays thought about being a rancher..So hen my skiing career as cut short 30 y'ears ago, ! just headed northwest till I lound land at prices that ! could afford." l)on ended tip ith 400 acres near %Vhitepine, Nlonlana and bc- .2'{ilI }li' lile as a ccil li:lllan+ Soon, lie > lilt; .! I .,I ". + t)illl 2 .chot'eachc {tl}t! J;llc !.**, ,acT,: I]]lfrlcd. \\;litlf hi._, itC\\;c , tt*;l.li'{ the oni C-,- rue(; g,r"  XTRA ,:>a?e 2) I The Record's IIII ....... I ............. AUGUST 1984 Illl 1 IIII IIII IIIIII I II III Adding Extra Humor, Photos and Fun to Your Rural Newspaper ! Want To Take These Kittens Home? ,OL'LD you like o gie these "'miitenless killens" a home? You can, and you'll enjoy them all year tong--ithout an,., cat litter, cleanup, cat food or eterinar3 bitl. You see, the photo aboe, \\;ith its ".orry, Nit)m, e lost our mittens" cap- tion, is no aailable as a large, lull-color 14"' : IS" posfer for ()lit,, $3.00. Mount it on the all of your kitchen, lb.ing room or a child's bedroom, and listen to the oohs and aah,, ,a hen people see these appealing kiNens. The posler of these kittens is iust one of 1 I new country-oriented IX3sters now being made aailable by the same compariy that produced the tamous "You been farmin' long?" poster featuring the tv, o >oung bib-o,,eralled farmers }auNt seen ou alIs aH oer :he country, and oifcred on EXTRA page 2. You can order the aboe poster {or the same three kiiten,, in full-color nolecards) b? sing the order form on EXTRA page 2--il's located beside the photo of those "to famous farmers" we jusi mentioned. Don Naegeli IIIIIIIIII IIII II I Hurry To Join Fall Switzerland Tour! 5\\;VIfZE RI.,",NI) i,, appealing [/o {t rural t,copte (inchtding Coun,'ry kXIR. 1 readers) as a spectacular place to isit in October. Thcb'e lillcd up nearl], all of The especiati3 arranged tours .you% e probably read about ill (*rjle, tH.ry EXC R.1. But there's still space for you to go. too--it )ou sigil tip soon. ]here's room on the Oct. 21-29 tour that '*as added in reponse'lo l|le boomig 0e- mand. And in late October autumii colors in Sv, it/erland arc' a t heir l-xvik ! ]he Swiss tour is offered by World Vide Farm Forums, the travel divi- sion of Country EXTRA. It's de- signed especially for rural people. Travelers on this tour will stab in small, family-owned hotels in a coun- try ,tillage... be served meals by fam- ilies in their mountainside restaurants (Contmuea on EXTRA page 2) III II Fairoly Successful CURIOUS about her son Mark's success at showing 4-H animals, Lucy Dykstra of Sumas, Washing- ton asked him one day if he'd reveal his secret. "Sure," Mark said. "C'mon, 1'11 show you," Lucy followed him, ex- pecting to hear some youthful words of wisdom and see some special method of selecting an animal of great potential. Arriving at the calf pen, Mark climbed over the fence, crouched down and said, "Now, which of you likes me and wants to go to the fair?" Then he waited patiently until a calf came up m him and licked his face. "Okay, you're the one!" Mark declared. Grinning at his surprised mother, he added, "See, Momit's easy!" IIII III IIII II lll l I I IIII I I Poise Ls the abirio' to keep talking while the other fellou ptcks up the hetk,