The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 11, 1944 · Page 16
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January 11, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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M a s o n JC. i t y G l o b e - G a z e t t * CERRO GORDO FARM BUREAU Describes How to Get Wax Off Tablecloth It holiday candle* dripped wax on the tablecloth, Lucile Buchanan, c o u n t y extension home economist, recommends laing a dull knife, a warm iron sad cleaning tissues to remove First scrape' off as much ot the hard wax as possible. Then, .place the stain between cleans- ing tissues or paper towels and press with a warm iron, changing the paper as it becomes soiled. Finally sponge with a Crease solvent. If color still remains, sponge with liquid made op of half as much denatured alcohol as water. Iowa had only 63 per cent of normal precipitation in November. Mason City Rendering Co. PHONE 1096 Call U* for Prompt Removal of All Dead Stock. Wa Pay All Phone Charge* DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE LICENSE NO. 42 Calendar of Meetings Jan. 13--Mt Vernon township Farm Bureau meeting at Harry Evans home at noon. Jan. 13--Meeting of Union township 4-H boys club, Maurice Miles home. Jan. 17 and 18--District meeting of county extension directors and county home economists, Hotel Hantord. Janl 19--Lake township F a r m Bureau meeting at Elmer Thrams home, noon. Jan. 21--Mason township Farm Bureau meeting, Irwin Johnson home, noon. Jan. 25--Owen township Farm Bureau meeting at Richard Thompson home, noon. Jan. 27--Meeting of Dougherty- Owen boys 4-H club home of William Peterson. Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 -- District boys 4-H club short course, Y. M. C. A., Mason City. Feb. 2--Annual meeting of Cow Testing association and ot Holstein and Guernsey associations. Feb. 9--Three county 4-H lamb club a c h i e v e m e n t show, Korthwood. Judging ol lambs at 9:30 a. m.; sale in afternoon. Cattle Grubs Cause Huge Milk Loss Several extra squirts of milk a day from each cow are the most Important reason for giving all milk cows the cattle grub treatment during January- and February. Although the extra production obtained on any one farm resulting from cattle grub eradication is not impressive, the total estimate over the state if all cattle were free from grubs U astounding. Dr. K. W. Stouder, extension veterinarian, has estimated that cattle grubs cause an annual loss of 247 million pounds of milk in the state annually* ' This loss is caused by stampedes caused by heel flies which are the adult stage of the cattle FABX BOKAU omens ·eatdent . ..... Id Mathn. Matini city ff Pn*. ..M«Mat B. Hawk*. ShcfBrid BeerttarylWOaud rulchum. Mai mi City . Treasurer .....Wayne WoUord, Ventura ·OMK raoncr omen* FARM BUREAU EXCHANGE FOR SALE New Richland seed beans. Win. Leonard, Swaledale. A T T E N T I O N F A R M E R S Buy Tour Spring Suit 100 per cent all wool worsted and three-ply twist fabrics. Single and d o u b l e breasted style*. All sizes/ 36 to_50 NOW $2950 CLEARANCE OF OVERCOATS TOPCOATS MEN'S SHEEP LINED C O A T S SIZES 40 TO 48 BALL BAND RUBBER NOW IN STOCK MEN'S UNION SUITS Cotton ribbed and heavy fleece lined. All sizes. * ALSO BOYS' UNION SUITS; HEAVY CHORE GLOVES AND MITTENS HEAVY WHIPCORD, MOLESKIN AND CORDUROY PANTS Sizes 30 to 42 Men's All Wool H«a r yj Melton JockeH and' .-'vift^-i-^ ClrV 4-B dub Bon' 4-H dub grub. The grub migrates through the body of the animal during the fall and causes irritation in the backs of "the cattle durin; December to June. Two methods of treatment ar most practical for the averag farmer milking several cows Botenone dust may be dusted on the coy?'s back, using a quart j a in which,small holes have tjeen punched in the top. The quaf win treat 12 to 18 head, at. cost of .31% cents per head. Mi*. Wirttam be P. Jr. ame Creek ... ......... Fua^ll Bbtttne Itmr Lake Gariunrald Portland Futon Count VenxMi . lath Own Mat* Phasaat VaUey ..Robert P. nmdaon .......Melvia Una* Bowell Dougherty Jo* CmhlU ..Richard ·qumsman 2.. ____ Bichatd Jame* ......... Cam! Hice ...... Mehin Hawke ....... -Tony Tjrtnn County Extension Under .................... Marion f. Otoon County Rone Economist . . . ... ice' Assistant . . -Genevieve M. Smith TOWNSBIP HOME HUMECT CK/UOUUN . Grant ....... ...... Mrs. KoUin Luseomb Lincoln .......... Mrs. Edwin Poescher e- Creek ...... .Mrs. KiuKll BiiUine Tails ................ MM. J. H. McNrt Clear iJllte ........ Mrs. Tom SpUlraan e ........ .... ...... Miia Alma Tokle Mason .............. Mrs. Melvin Evans Portland ...... . ____ Mrs. Milton Terrier Union ............. Mrs. Dewey Howell Mount Vernon ....... Mrs. Al Carstens Bath ..... ... .......... Mrs. Ray Harris Owen .............. Kn. Ben'HUzbuscn Grimes . . ..... . ....... Mrs. H. E. James Pleasant Valley ........ Mrs. Bia Ames Ceneseo ............. Mrs. Prat* Kir* Dougherty ............. Mr*. B. V. Cast 2nd treatment is necessary hi March.. A series of grub control dem onstrations is being planned Jo: the county, and lake township Farm Bureau is considering th possibility of conducting a cam paign to eradicate grubs from the farms of the township. The boys 4-H clubs in th county are planning to treat th cattle on their home farms. The 4-H boys club of "ITnio township will meet at the Mau rice Miles home on Thursda evening instead of at the Toppe home as originally scheduled. 324 Boys and iris Helped Tieing Hemp A total of 324 boys and girls . rom the high schools of Cerro ic emergency work of hemp lordo county helped farmers in IB emergency work of hemp ieine during December, accord. ng to a report given by County Ixtension Director Marion E. Olson at a meeting of county superintendents of schools on Saturday evening at the Cerro Gordo hotel. Mr. Olson expressed his appreciation to the superintendents for their co-operation in malring it possible for the pupils to be excused from school work to help in the hemp fields during the emergency time. 'He stated that practically all of tbe boys and girls who helped in the work did an excellent ob. Mr. Olson stated further that reports received from the department of agriculture indicate he labor situation will be rather tight during the planting season this year and that it may ease off during the summer and Lake Township Bureau Meeting Wednesday The monthly meeting of Lake township Farm Bureau will be held at the Elmer Thrams home at noon on Wednesday, Jan. 19, according to an announcement by Robert Findson, director. * In the afternoon there will be a demonstration on treatment of cattle for grub control and treatment of sheep for control of nodular worms. Cliff Cairns of the Wilson Packing company, -Albert Lea, will discuss some of the livestock disease problems. Members are asked to bring sandwiches and a covered dish for lunch. CLOTHES SHOP I. Gindter,'Prop. f15 Sovtfi Federal J-10 SPECIAL EARLY Grown ·..";, Exclusively; · " for THis .'_;%·" -Territor ; ; ; 'entfre"':eHprt' -!s.;- directed '-to yra'fd '* V~ hiy- ' show., 'so- ·'' .-^ and ~.'anV- ex^ra:"- i slwneiiVi tprV, ritory, 'and' simplifies the choosing of the Mullins Hybrid variety b e s t suited to the individual farm. Mullins J10 is a direct reply to the ever- growing demand from the^nortriernjEarm- er for a variety of corn that ·will give an all-round performance and yield comparable to later maturing hybrids, yet will ripen early in the Fall.-.'-. , A worthy, member- of the Mullins "J" Series, J1Q perhaps will resemble: J20 most closely m general growth, pl?nt construction and[ perforriiance .withapproximately a we6k to ten days earlier A^turity. Pos- sessing.a marvelous ro'ot.systeni," it's heavy, base stalk tapering to: ay medium height withstands heavy windsV; Adapted to a wide variety of soil types it produces exceptional yields on-peat and muck. An early denting and quick drying va- ; riety,.J10 can be cribbed erly with safety. i Through benefit of its light cob, deep dent, ; cribs of J10' will consistently overrun when . shelled. lit !!· ft t; ^J Y* /"* Mullins Hybnd torn to CORWITH, IOWA

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