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F A R M , J o n u o r y , 1 9 4 4 15 TEEN-AGE MILKMAID--Dena Penn, young actress at RKO Radio, is seen milking in preparation for her characterization of a Russian peasant girl. Protect Rubbers and Galoshes From Heat, Light and Grease Light, heat and grease are the three bug-a-boos when it comes to. prolonging the life of rubber footwear. Miss Elizabeth Peterson, extension clothing specialist at Iowa State college, explains that rubbers and overshoes should be kept in a dry, dark, cool place when they're not in use. And when they are being worn, they should be kept away from heat and grease. Oil, grease and tar make rubber swell and get weak. They should be removed at once with soap and water and then wiped quickly with dry cleaning fluid. Â· The fluid should not be left in contact with rubber more than a minute or two, as it also weakens rubber. Sunlight combines the two enemies, light and heat, which weaken and crack rubber, making it sticky. Summer rubbers not in use now should be washed with water and soap, dried, stuffed with crumpled paper and stored in a cooi, dark place. CUT 18 INCH TREES It is wasteful to cut young trees for lumber, extension foresters at Iowa State college say. Sound and thrifty trees, they say, should be left until they reach 18 inches in diameter or more. Dsage Orange Posts Last for Many Years Osage orange, commonly called hedge, has a well-deserved reputation as a good fence post wood, but there are other woods that will give many years of service without treatment. Odel! Julander, Iowa State college extension forester, states that hedge posts, unpreserved, have an average life of 45 years. Black locust posts average 30 years; red mulberry, 35 years; red cedar, 30 years; catalpa/'lS years, the heartwood portions of white oak, 17 years; and the heartwood portions of burr oak, 12 years. Other woods such as the red and black oaks, hickories, ashes, maples, box elder, elms, butternut, cottonwood and willows are not considered durable when in contact with the soil. They should not be used- for fence posts unless they are given a preservative treatment before setting so as to prolong their life by many years and save costly replacements. OUR FINE STOCK of Living Room Suites Bedroom Suites Dining Room Suites * ^^^^M^^H^^MM Studio Couches-Chairs- Tables-Mattresses And Mony Other Home Furnishing Articles. BEFORE YOU BUY, SEE TYLER-RYAN'S 29--2nd St. S. E. YOU'LL DO A BETTER JOB WITH THE CLOTHES 2-95 HUSKY BIB TYPE OVERALLS Heavy cotton twill. Shoulder strops fasten with buckles. Two big 'utility pockets, roomy and convenient 12-20; 38-44 RUGGED MECHANIC SUIT One-piece with fly-front closing! Drop seat with stitched down belt. Full action back. Tailored for fit and comfort! 1 2-20 4.95 ACTION-CUT TWO-PIECE SUIT Heavy twill with fitted jacket and well cut slacks for smooth comfortable fit! Two pockets in jacket. Sizes 12 to 44. ; 3.95 Farmers who have 1 i g h weight hogs will find it advantageous to feed them up to a least 200 pound's, economists a Iowa State college say. Ligh hogs will suffer a sizeable discount in price for the next few months. Only two crops of legumes-red clover and white clover-showed increased seed crops ir 1943 over 1942. HEAVY DUTY WORK SLACKS Well tailored in cotton twill with "side placket and one pocket. Practical navy blue in sizes 12 to 20 , and 38 to 44 2-95 WORK DRESSES WORK JUMPERS 1.98 1.59 D e s i g n e d for heavy d u t y of smooth t o u g h fabrics -- reinforced at strain points. Sanfor- ized 5 , too!