Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 16, 1948 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 16, 1948
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14 M Little Evidence of Price Drop Timing Farm prices dropped 'sharply after World war I. At present we have little evidence whether or when a recession is coming after World war II, Iowa State college economists say. Since flax-does not compete well with weeds, getting a good stand is very important. CASE 77 Modern Machines for Profitable Farming PERFECTION MILKERS With new trouble fret pulsators. Ask us about the exchange plan—your old one for a new one. CASE FARM GEARS without tires .. $118.00 CASE 'Teed Saver" HAMMERMILL 8,10 and 14 inch DALGLISH LAWNMOWERS — 18 inch cut BALING WIRE — 9|/ 2 ft., 15 Gauge 3 We now have on display an ENDERES 20 ft. sprayer. We also carry a complete line of spraying; chemicals. NORTH IOWA FARM STORE Headquarters for Advanced Farm Practices 706 Sooth Federal Phone 982 ft: A JaL -JLut 35 Cattle, 150 r/ to iJeed Ketiaenh of J4omei Here Joe Hegland, 14, one of the residents of the children's ***** fa REFRIGERATOR AND FREEZER Designed Farm Use... A Combination REFRIGERATOR ttiHf FRHZCR «FAST FREEZE COMPARTMENT • LOCKER CAPACITY UP TO 450 IBS. home, is taking a large beef roast off the shelf in the frozen storage room in the basement of the building. The shelves show a large stock but it must be replenished constantly tfor much is needed. Supt. Howard Delahoyde estimated that it takes 1,800 pounds each of beef and pork to feed the residents of the home each ionth. That amounts to about _ cattle and 150 hogs that must ie slaughtered each year on the irm. They are all fattened and .aughtered right there, too, -Jelahoyde said. A butcher comes out periodically to do the work. Even the hams and bacons are smoked and cured and the lard rendered in a special slaughterhouse on the farm. Joe had been helping to paint a fence before he went to the * 6 CU. FT. (NET) STANDARD REFRIGERATION ' * "ii er rnrr-7CD lAri/CD 9 CU. FT. FREEZER LOCKER MILK NoYvAPORATOR TO TAKE UP SPACE, IT'S EQUAL TO RUJTS' A 7'/2 CU. FT. DOMESTIC REFRIGERATOR. VEGETABLES, ETC FOR FREEZING AND STORING FROZEN FOODS 4 FREEZER PLATES rive IklTrt CM All CDAf* IT ' S ONLX SLIGHTLY LARGER FITS INTO SMALL 5PA« THAN A DOM ESTIC REFRIGERATOR ONE HERMETICALLY SEALED UNIT DOES IT AIL 5 YEAR PROTECTION POLICY Available on Terrm to Suit Vour Convenience See ft in our Showroom HOME APPLIANCE COMPANY Authorized 201 South Federal Sales and Service Phone 162 PHIL R. SBEIMO AUCTIONEER FERTILE, IOWA PHONE 649 meat cooler. He, like the other older boys and girls at the home,* are taught to help with the work about the place. Another of the boys was helping to put in new sidewalk. The older giris help to care for the smaller tots. And just think how many peas they can hull in a hurry when everyone sits around a picnic table in the yard and helps! Use DDT on Stock to Kill Homilies Those clusters of little black- flies you see clinging on the shoulders and backs of livestock can be removed by following instructions of Harold Gunderson, lo'wa State college extension entomologist. About one-half the size of the housefly, these dark colored insects are* known as horn flies. A 0.5 percent DDT spray (1 pound of 50 percent DDT wettable powder in 12i gallons of water) applied at the rate of 1 to 2 quarts per animal every 14 to 21 days will control the insects. Electric SHALLOW and DEEP WELL WATER SYSTEMS 1/2, 3 /4, 1 H. P. Gurrie Van Ness Co. Phone 17 20 E. State

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