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F A R M , J a n u a r y , 1 9 4 4 _ North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Farms. Her Favorites Miss Tuecke Likes Horses Horses are Louise Tuecke's favorites among the* farm animals. She admitted that it was probabjy because she had a riding horse of which she was very fond. But she sold it lust summer, she* -- Â· Â· : Â·- sa "'', , ^ i , , I anything like straw for bedding You moan he wanted a sad- little pigs." die and you wouldn't sell the Â«,. h Â° " R hrnnd Â«wÂ« fn fnr saddle unless he took the horse ro w this s n r i n " n nddiiinn Â£ too," her partner .interposed. j \7mlrket piÂ£ iVre "are also Louise laughed and admitted j 8 cows, 7 milking now and the that the horse wasn't much as other coming in fresh soon riding horses go; it was pretty There are 5 yearling calves and 3 younger ones. Oh yes, "and there are 6 cats. But maybe they can't be counted a m o n g t h e livestock even WATCH OUT FOR GAS Always open the garage doors before starting the car because oÂ£ the danger oÂ£ being poisoned with carbon monoxide. The gas s colorless and odorless so that .one may become unconscious Â· without knowing that something ; is wrong. It's also a good idea to" keep a window open when sit-i. ting in a car with the motor running. Let us supply you with hybrid seed corn for your 1944 planting which is home-grown and adapted to-this locality. It will make a greater yield with more feed per acre. Eno's Hybrid Seed Corn Sheffield, Iowa old and limped a bit on one leg -- and the young man from She/Held who bought it did want a saddle pretty badly. "Well, it seemed like I -never had time, to ride any more and we have to figure our feed pretty close." she added. "Feed is au'Iully high to buy now." though Lydia said it almost kept one of them busy milking for the cats. Hundreds of Iowa schools 'Straw is what bothers her have been conducting special most, though, she said. The studies, of fire prevention and price is too high now and "I'm ] making surveys of farms for afraid it'll be worse by spring i fire hazards during the last fen- pig time. And there just isn't j weeks. The 4th War Loan Drive . . . . ..gets under way this month. We're winning this Avar but it isn't won yet. Cold cash is needed to keep supplies rolling to the fronts. The dollars you invest in Bonds today may save an American boy's life tomorrow. Let's not slow up--let's dig down and support the Fourth War Loan Drive with all we have! * BUY WAR BONDS * First National Bank Of MÂ»Â«Â»n City, lÂ«wÂ« Orer 70 YMHB Â«f Sound kMkmj MtMBK* rtBttAt, BEP05IT INSUVANCK COBPOKATIOM , I'm the Lady.. Â· * That Liquidates Loans My name is Bossy. ! make milk. Milk mokes butter and buttons, cheese and casin, condensed and. dehydrated dairy foods for shipment overseas. Bankers respect me because I faring in a milk check every month. I earn the kind of cash that makes steady payments on borrowed money. I'm doing all right, Mr. Banker, because I am a high pro- S ducer. But thousands of my sisters, just average cows, are being sent to slaughter. This is wrong because their milk is needed to nourish growing children and to feed fighting men. Yet cows must die because Mr. Farmer is losing the labor it takes to milk and care for us.' Cows are competing with crops. Mr. Farmer can't be ; in the field and in the barn at the same time. A" machine that saves him an hour a day in the field gives him .time Â· to take care of several cows. Loans to farmers who under rationing regulations may have a chance to buy badly needed machines will save cows' lives. So will -loans to buy cows released from good herds.- UNITED HOME BANK .Â§r . TRUST co. OWNCO AND OPERATED BY YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS %t ii I It- m I!