Carroll Farm Mystery 8 Sep 1950

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Carroll Farm Mystery
8 Sep 1950 - picture at ths Gazette this week. Clarence...
picture at ths Gazette this week. Clarence Carroll Owner Of No. 22 Mystery Farm JBuildings Bebuilt After ^eenry Damage From Windstorm of 1931 .^I new farm buildings painted R sparkling while easily mark Mj-stery Farm No. 22 owned by Clarence Carroll, route 1, Milton Junction .Mr. Carroll's family, his son-in-law and several neighbors neighbors saw the picture of the farm in last Friday's Gazette before Mr. Carroll saw it himself. Mystery' Mystery' Farmer No. 1. Earl Tripkc. u-as Joking with him.about not b*lhg in the mystery farm series series a few days before mysterj' larro 22 was pictured. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll bought .the farm from her father's estate in 1931. A few months later on Sept. 1, a windstorm blew down ever?' building except the house, taking only the roof from it Since then. Carroll ha.s rebuilt thie bam and silo, two tool sheds, a hog bam. garage, poultry houses and grain storage hou.^cs. The house was enlarged and a ctjncrete barnyard with a concrete concrete u-all was added. M Head of Guerase.vs -The 135-arre dairj- farm lies ou the .Milion-Lima fwmship line with farm buildings located on either side of the Ol\1.«;ion. The 30-head herd of cattle produces milk for Golden Guernsey. \\ath the addition of a 12-foot section to the barn. Carroll said he able to drive straight through the bam with his manure manure spreader and use the other .wing for his milk house and calf New buildings and the T- shaped bam on .Mv.«tpr>' Farm No. 22 helped irieijtify . the property which is on the Milton-Lima Milton-Lima township line, four miles northeast of Milton, on County Trunk N. township and section 7 of Lima town.<!hip. pens. He keeps his own herd sire. Five Duroc brood sows are one of Mr. Carroir.s .•tldeJine.s. and j Mrs. Carroll i.-»kps care of their j t«rke>s and chk-keni:. Mr. Carroll buys his protein feed hut rai.«es about 27 acres of oats and the t same amount of com. Alfalfa is i raiscKi on 20 acivs on a rotation plan and baled with a neighbor's machine. Carroll helps his neighbor neighbor out with his combine. On Farm Since 192(1 , The family has li \-ed on thej farm since 192B when the Carrolls Carrolls \KfTc married. W. J. Patter.«on. Patter.«on. Mrs. Carroll's father, ran [ the farm until hi.« death. Mr. Carroll worked for Chevrolet Motor Motor divi.sjon in .Tanesville for IK years, quilting in J931 to go on the farm full lime. In 1931 h** went Kirk to Chevrolet imtil 1942 while his family and a hired man ran the farm. The Carrolls have fotir daughters. daughters. S^^nrfra. at home; Mary ofl Janesville; Audrey who is Mrs.' (Gordon Pennjcock. and Shirle\who Shirle\who is ^Irs. Frank Pennycock. iMlh of Janesville. Audrey and Shirley married brothers. The /arm is located four miles northeast of Mihon on County Trunk N in .«wiinn 12 of .Milton Waterloo Dairy Show Opens Run on Sept. 30 Waterloo. la. — Enirie.* closed today for the annual National Dairy Cattle Congress, which will be held here Sept. 30 through Oct. 7. When tabulation of entries entries Is completed, it is expected to show more than 2.000 head of ton quality s'ock. Prizes totaling nearly S42JiOO are offered. Scheduled Scheduled In connection with the dair>' show are the National Belgian horse show, the Midwest garden and flower show, the American Poult r>- Congress and International International Waterfowl show, and the Midwest rabbit show. SCHOOL FOR TRSTKILS BfadiMin — Training as field- men for dairv herd improvement a.vociaiions will be offered at a WLsconsin college of agriculture short course Oct. 23 to Nov. 2, with J. E. Stallard In charge. General Charles King. (184419.111 (184419.111 was one of Wisconsin's mo.M distinguished soldiers. He was known as the "father of the Wisconsin National Guard" and was also a prolific writer of bookii, chiefly stories of army life. Livestock Kculing Cinlnhv. rtiK -.isn. Mllwaukff. M »<!iM !n No Ixwd Ton lj».Tse or Tm Small CLARK SEAL B\'AXSVII.I.K rh «w Colifrt IJ:K GIDORGf- Bu}er KVANSVII.I.K rh ..m- 41T-R.1 CLARENCE CARROLL "AMERICAN' Field Fence 1047*11 20 Rod Roll 82J.0n 939-6-11 832-6-11 20 Rod Roll 20 Rod Roll S2i.on S1S.20 Used Wood Bros. Corn Picker single row. like new. • Used John Deere 101 Semi- mount Com Picker. • New Idea }Iay and Grate Elevators. • Used S C Case Tractor. sUrter. lights and cultivator. • New Idea Tractor Rakes and Mowers. • I'srvl .Side Rakes and Mowers, horse-drawn. • New Idea Horse Spreaders, model 10 and 12, on rubber mewl. I • Good l-sed Spreaders, tractor or horse-drawn, on rubber. i • Jamesway Hog Feeders and ' Waterers. i ' • New Gehl Forage Harvesters • I and Hammermill.s. , ' • New Model B and C AllisChal- mers Tractors. it is Is Sew Universal Milking Ma- • • • •

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  1. Janesville Daily Gazette,
  2. 08 Sep 1950, Fri,
  3. Page 11

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