The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1957 · Page 34
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 34

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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 14, 1957
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After playing a few games and eating a good meal the 'gators like to take a siesta in the warm sun. Alligators do not eat in the winter time and for five Or six months out of the year they require no feeding. baby baby thick t » rttri a UHUI and ' *•— — J*-~* •nanawd yown In V. aol " O lf up and that will pay off tn a hMhtiy, ew*, praAH>redvdna flock. All otic b a "fair *hak* and an O«M ." With Kkfaydiiclct, lea, ya« or. •MM*d of o^tfina brMding yow can Wo ofror ff*M fottowlna fomowt ttntlntt for ^• ( " 0 fc2!?% C * l **S^ f *Sk_£ W 'H*'S <ocfa>, Moreo-Orthord aherfo Idond mo VomQ KOdci, Wrniffoltor Now . iJrw, CoHfomio Gror4o0nonn, Minor- co.l«0nom«, AiMfra-WMfM, ««d ftocfa. For *«dt and k«x», ww tr y««t» tmodbnatttd lam , Broodfcnatfed Smafl White*. Buck and W/iif« NkJn Bronxo, Mr*r> RfvwVono Soo your LOCAL KIRBYCHICK DEALER toon, or writ* for more Information. x-> (* Kit-by HATCHERIES, INC 530 N. Main—Uifcana, Ohio Owner of farm, Frank V. Earnest, right, discusses some of the farm's problems with his young son, Ken. Ken assists his father in the many phases of the farm's operations and is the third generation of his family to work on the farm. The farm was founded in 1905 in Hot Springs, Arkansas, and moved to Los Angeles in 1908 by Frank's father. Hatched from eggs very similar to those of a turkey, the 'gators are about eight inches long at birth, These baby snapper; have sharp teeth even at this tender age. ACTUAL PROOF! \ e \d checks mie by fanners rigAl in their

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