The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 7, 1934 · Page 26
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March 7, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 26

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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE WOMEN DOING THEIR SHARE OF FARM WORK MRS. W. H. NICHOLS Turkey Specialist MBS. RAT C. HEMMING Project Worker MRS. O. W. MORI-HEW Farm Housekeeper MRS. 3. F. HAKTWTO Likes Farm MBS. FIX) WEYBATICH and Daughter Uses for Burned Potatoes Told by AbbyLMarlatt When potatoes become black during cooking', there are several things that can b« done about it, according to Abby L. Marlatt, director of home economics at the University of Wisconsin, under whose super- vision students experimented with potatoes. If the potatoes are put to soak in cold water for several hours before cooking, they will be much whiter than if cooked without soaking. Not salting the potatoes until just before serving helps to make them white, too. One of the very best ways to keep potatoes from blackening is to boil them in a mixture of milk and water, using one-third milk- and two-third water. The liquid can be saved and used later for soups, sauces or gravies. Vinegar is often recommended for preventing of discoloration of potatoes in cookery, but the home economics students found that the vinegar hardens potatoes so much that they are unappetising. Read the Globe-Gazette FIELD SEEDS ALFALFA RED CLOVER SWEET CLOVER ALSIKE CLOVER TIMOTHY FLAX SOY BEANS, etc. If you want to buy or sell anything in the Farm ' Seed line, it will pay you to call on us. Hofler Seed Co. NORA SPRINGS, IOWA--PHONE 99 INSURANCE AT COST! Farmers Mutual Insurance Association 203 WEIR BUILDING J. L. STEVENS, Sec'y. INSURE FARM PROPERTIES CITY DWELLINGS REAL AND PERSONAL AND CONTENTS AUTOMOBILES FIRE, THEFT, PROPERTY DAMAGE, LIABILITY, ETC. DIRECTORS A. R. Cain Grant Twp. J. P. Andersen Lincoln Twp. A. Tietjens. .Lime Creek Twp. J. L. Stevens. Falls Twp. W. H. Skene. .Clear Lake Twp. W. F. Paul Lake Twp. M. J. Mulligan Mason Twp. P. G. Frye Portland Twp. C. O. Miller Union Twp. Geo. E. Moorehead, Jr., Mt. Vernon Twp. F. F. Stoltenger .Bath Twp. Fred G. Sharp .Owen Twp. Martin P. Floy Grimes Twp. Henry Timm... .Pleasant Valley Twp. Geo. E. Moorehead, Sr., Geaeseo Twp. Edmund Kelsh Dougherty Twp. Record of Farm Business Always An Aid to Farmer A record of the farm business is always a good thing to have. It is especially so under present conditions and is likely to be even more necessary in the future. If you have not been in the habit of keeping a farm record, why not start one this year? It requires only a few minutes' time each day and it may save a great deal more time at the end of the year or some time when particular information is needed than is required to keep the entire record. But, best of all, it is a big help in determining how to make the farm business more profitable. For Sale Black Fercberon stallion, 5 years old, weight 2,070; also one good matched team of mares, In foal, weight 3,800; and White Silver King seed corn, tested. Dave Strecker Located 8 Miles West and 2 Miles North of Mason City. Route 1. ' That women are doing their part in the operation of farms is evident. Mrs. W. H. Nichols, for instance, is the manager of a turkey, ranch near Clear Lake, where 10,000 poults are put through a course of feeding that gladdens the hearts of thousands as Thanksgiving day approaches. And they are classed as turkeys de luxe on the market. Mrs. Ray C. Hemming was horn on a farm near Thornton and has always lived on a farm and been thoroughly identified with country life. She is an active church worker in Thornton and much interested in the home project work of the Farm Bureau. Mrs. Louise Roberts Morphew was born on the farm where she now lives and her grandparents were among the first settlers at Rock Grove, Floyd county. She specializes in canning fruits, . meats and vegetables and is interested in project work and anything that adds to the enjoyment of farm life. Mrs. 3. F. Hartwlg, born on a farm, is back as a farm home- keeper after several years of experience in professional life as a school teacher, doctor's assistant and a course as pathological technician at the University of Pennsylvania. She is now specializing in home making for her husband and two daughters on a farm near Nora Springs and--$he likes it. Mrs. Flo Weyrauch lives on "Oak Ridge" farm in Lime Creek township, a 320 acre tract which she rents from the Keeler concern. She is an example of a successful woman farmer and necessarily has to have hired help. She plans the farm work as successfully as she does the housework. She says "she enjoys meeting and beating the knocks. HOW TO KEEP MEAT Meat should" be kept at 45 degrees fahrenheit or below, the same as recommended for milk, according to the bureau of home economics. A bacteriological study of meat held at different temperatures shows that the development of bacteria in samples of meat increased markedly after 50 degrees fahrenheit. CLOSING-OUT SALE F. P. Walker Is quitting farming and will hold a closing out sale at the Charles G. Ames farm at Emery in the heated pavilion on FRIDAY, MARCH 9th--12:30 O'CLOCK 7 HEAD OF HORSES: ' 1 matched team of black mares, 14 yrs., 2,900 Ibs.; 1 gray gelding, 9 yra., 1,450 Ibs.; 1 bay gelding, 8 yrs., 1,450 Ibs-; 1 black mare, 6 yra., 1,400 Ibs. 1 chestnut gelding, 12 yrs., 1.400 Ibs.; 1 black gelding, 3 yrs., 1,100 Ibs. 1 sorrel colt, 9 mo. These are Just good work horses that would lit into heavy work on any farm. 19 HEAD OF CATTLE: 9 head of extra good! milk cows. Two of these are Holsteius and the balance Red Shorthorn. We can represent these cows right In every ·way. Most of them wIU freshen this spring, an miiking now. 3 red heifers coming' 3 yrs., will freshen about grass time. 3 white faced iieJfer9 B 9 mo, 3 small calves. 1 white faced purebred bull. 4 yrs., 1,300 Ibs. 34 HEAD OF HOGS: 14 extra good quality Spotted Poland brood sows will farrow In 30 days. About 20 head of Spotted Poland feeding pigs. HARNESS, MACHINERY, ETC.: I set lieavy McConneU harness, breechen; 1 good bacs-pad Boyt harness, and others. Some good horse collars. 1 good McCormick spreader, 1 old spreader. 1 side delivery rake. 1 good Dane hay loader. 1 new Rock Island gang plow. Good John Deere 2-row corn plow. 1 extra good John Deere planter. 1 good mowing machine. 1 old 4-section wood drag;. 1 old grain binder in good repair. 1 new Grand Detour 20-wheei disc. 1 McCormick corn binder. 1 Beatrice separator. 1 fanning mill.. 1 single row corn plow. 1 walking plow. 1 corn sheller. 1 bobsled, some cream cans, forks, water pails and many other small items, 1 John Deere limestone and fertilizer spreader. 1 wagon with triple box. FEED: About 2 ton of good horse hay. 250 bushels ear yellow com. About 5 ton oi alfalfa nay In bam. 300 bushels good oats. 100 shocks of corn fodder in field* TERMS CASH--No goods to be removed until paid for. ^ Lunch will be served on grounds at reasonable price HAKOIJD AMES, Auctioneer H. H, CRANE, Clerk

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