The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1967 · Page 31
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 31

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 6, 1967
Page 31
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1. There comes a day when little Fauntleroy must be weaned away from his mama's protective side. 2. A thumb dripping with sweet, warm milk should taste familiar. So, easy boy—just take your time. ' . *• .1 •> V THERE GOMES A DAY 3. GET down in there, you ornery little critter! — 4. Up-ending the whole bucketful just possibly get a few drops they'll do some good. r 5. Gravity being what it is, the pail must be kept upright, no matter what position the principles may get into. of milk down might where 6. A stalemate calls for a sit-and-glower situation until the commotion brings mama to the scene. 7. Little Fauntleroy prefers a gabful of warm milk to your pailful of tricks any day in the week. Have you counted the bales you tie? Farmer Glenn Baler Twine. Fritz, of Lennox, South Dakota, is one of many farmers who report tying extra bales of hay per bale of Eastman That's "Scoops" going along for the ride. He's Eastman's expert on twine. Look for him at farm shows. With EASTMAN Baler Twine, farmers report tying many extra bales of hay after switching from natural fiber twines. There's no doubt—you always get more than 9,000 feet of uniform twine, bale after bale. And there are no thick or thin sections to break or foul baler knotters. Means every foot of Eastman twine is usable. Added advantages: ideal for outdoor hay storage; resistant to rot, insects, and weather; tough yet soft and flexible; has outstanding knot strength. Eastman Baler Twine is produced in the U. S. A., always available. Look for the twine with the FARM JOURNAL Family Test Group Seal on the distinctive yellow- and-black label-EASTMAN Baler Twine. It's the original and best-selling black plastic twine. If your dealer doesn't have it in stock, write: Eastman Baler Twine EASTMAN CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, INC. Kingsport, Tennessee 37662 Subsidiary of Eastman Kodak Co. Eastman

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