The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1960 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 10, 1960
Page 16
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"YOU NAME THE FARM JOB- FIRESTONES WILL DO IT!" says John Robison, De Witt, Illinois. "Firestones bite in and take hold in our tough- pulling clay soil. Their treads wear longer on pavement and fieldwork both. You name the job and I'll pick Firestones- they're the best all-around farm tires made! And my Firestone Dealer in Clinton, Vachel Best, is tops in the service department." Like John Robison, you'll find these Firestone features deliver extra service at no extra cost! • Firestone's curved and tapered traction bars deliver full power to the draw-bar clean easily and automatically! • Firestone Rubber-X, the longest-wearing rubber ever used in Firestone tractor tires extends tread life. • Firestone Rubber-X special compound for sidewalls only, resists aging, cracking and costly furrow-buckling. • Firestone Shock-Fortified cord is stronger . . . insures great impact resistance in all Firestone farm tires. • Firestone FREE New Tractor Tire Leaner Service keeps you going while your tires are being retreaded or repaired. For outstanding traction and greater economy, get Firestone All Traction Champion, Firestone Champion Ground Grip or special purpose Firestone All Non-Skid tractor tires. Get in touch with your Firestone Dealer or Store for all the facts! A village elder of the smallest nation in the world, the tiny farm village of Daesung-dong, Korea, is shown here wearing the bird-cage" type of hat used to indicate that he has retired from active farming. The village is ringed by the bleak desolation of that "no man's land" known as the Demilitar- •zed Zone, and the entire population is only 178 residents, all of common ancestry and all rice farmers by trade. SAVE AND BE SURE «w* ftmfcxi* fim on df rrfiiihf •Firestone T.M. ALWAYS A YEAR TO PAY BETTER RUBBER FROM START TO FINISH /-—,. 1 .. .„„ Tlu fiHtloni Tirt 4 -.. •—•• • A swarm of bees had the choice of lighting on one of two rural mail boxes, three miles north of Mascoutah, Illinois. One box belonged to Julius Richter and the other to a family of farmers, the Bee Brothers. (You can take it from her*.)

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