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18 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Storage for Grain Urged by Farmer - If every American farmer had enough grain storage space to 'carry his farm's production of a year or more, E. T. Leipprandt, Huron county, Mich., believes violent fluctuations in years of heavy crops would cease. "I am going to do my part," he said. "I have storage space for 3,000 bushels, and I am getting ready to build storage for 3,000 more over the driveway in my barn. I have planned eight new bins, each of which may be emptied from the bottom, and a cup elevator driven by a 2- horsepower motor. "My neighbors, James Smith and James Brown, as well as several others I could name, are adding to their capacity to make themselves independent of fluctuating prices. The movement should spread to every section of the country. It would mean many dollars to agriculture. President of Farm Bureau FARM BUREAU NEWS A Weekly Feature Depicting Activities of Cerro Gordo County Organizations R. M. Hall is serving: his third year as president of the Cerro Gordo county Farm Bureau. He has spent several years in promoting: better farm conditions in the county. t* 1. Sure-fire traction 2. Self clean as they roll 3. Eliminate side slip WEED Bull Farm Tractor Chains Keep Tractors Moving! Triple action speaks louder than words! Spiral twisted links grip the earth for constant traction throughout the entire revolution of the wheels. Mud and dirt are shaken loose by the rolling and twisting of the spiral cross links. Time-robbing stops to clean off mud, and dangerous side-slipping are hazards well worth eliminating. Buy triple action -- you'll get triple traction! SEE YOUR IMPLEMENT DEALER OR Sieg- Mason City Co. 109-111 First Street S. E, Mason City, Iowa 4-H Boys Ask hange in Beef Judging At a meeting of the boys club -ommittee and club leaders at he county agent's office on Â·larch 1, the leaders recommended that club work in Cerro Gordo county be developed on a jrattical basis, that the calves in he baby beef clut and the mar- cet pigs be judged on a market asis and that they procure jacker judges to assist in the udging. It was recommended that an effort should be made to provide additional material for the older club boys. In this way additional interest could be created among the older boys in 4-H club work. It was recommended to hold special demonstrations and day meetings in which practices of managing swine, hog house construction and control' of parasites and insects be demonstrated. John Quist, specialist in 4-H club work, Iowa State college, stated that judging could be made more practical by placing livestock on market trades rather than comparing individuals. Other meetings of leaders will be held to discuss problems and make plans for club work so as to meet the needs of the club boys. About 150 boys were enrolled in club work in Cerro Gordo county during 1938. Mr. Quist stated that 40 per cent of the boys of the county had at some time or other participated in some type of 4-H club activity. Supervises I. S. C. Extension Work COUNTY FARM BUREAU OFFICERS President ......R. M. Hall, Clear Lake Vice President . . - , Paul C. Spotts, Nora Springs Secretary ....$. A, Maihre, Mason City Treasurer Shirley S. Stanfield, Clear Lake County Boys' Club Chairman . . . . , , . . Earl M. Dean, Mason City TOWNSHIP DIRECTORS Grant Howard Cash, Clear Lake Lincoln ....W. S. Fulghum, Mason Cily Lime Creelf ....Charles J. Hamstreet, Mason Ctiy Falls Paul H. Matzen. Mason City Clear Lake Walter Wood, Clear Lake Lake James Hansom, Clear Lake Mason S. A. Mathre, Mason City Portland-.Paul C. Spolts, Nora Springs Union Wayne Wolford, Ventura Ml. Vernon....J. C, Oehlert, Clear Lake Bath Cecil H. Avlse, Rockwell Owen .....Leon Hitzhusen, Cartersville Grimes... Richard E. James. Thornton Pleasant Valley Don Vail, Sheffield Geneseo.. XKarles F. Hanson, Rockwell Dougherty Barney Dougherty, Dougherty HOME PROJECT OFFICERS County Chairman Mrs. Cecil H. Av Lsc, Rockwell County Publicity Chairman . . . Mrs. Leon Hitzhusen, Cartersville County 4-H Club Chairman ....Mrs. J. J. McLaughlin, Rockwell TOWNSHIP CUAIRMEN Grant -. .. Mrs. Gaylord Prestholt, Clear Lake Lincoln Mrs. E. P. DeGraw, Mason City Lime Creek .....Mrs. Lawrence Behm, Mason City Falls..Mrs. Paul H. Matzen, Mason City Clear Lake ........ *~.: Mrs. Sam Severson, Clear Lake Lake " ' Mrs, Don Blair, Mason City Mason. .., ......Mrs. George Holt, Mason City Portland Mrs. A. B. Brockelt; Nora Springs Union Mrs. Hugh Strain, Ventura Alt. Vernon Mrs. Clarence Zook, Clear Lake Owen ... -Mrs. Leon Hilzhusen, Cartersville Pleasa n t Va Hey ...Mrs. Carrol Rice. Swaledale Grimes .Mrs, John Stamback, Thornton Genes to ....Mr?. Frank Kirk, Rockwell Dougherty Mrs. Joe O'Donnell, Dougherty Farm Bureau Gets License Exemption Ohio farmers who operate tractors on their farms, and who use them occasionally to pull a trailer on the highways, will not be required to secure vehicle licenses for such tractors, according to Edwin J. Bath, legislative representative of the Ohio Farm Bureau. The Ohio bureau of motor ve- FARMEKS FREE GIFT OFFER Â· With Purchase of Room Lot of Wallpaper. SHOP BEFORE YOU BUY A DEPENDABLE SOURCE OF SUPPLY OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS We are prepared to serve you as we have in the past with highest quality gasoline, kerosene, tractor fuel, lubricating oils, greases, and paints at reasonable prices. When in need of petroleum products call on Farmers 9 Co-Operative Gas 8 Oil Co. Mason City, Iowa Phone 299 Doughtery - Rockwell -- Clear Lake - Thornton OUR PROFITS ARE YOUR DIVIDENDS County Agent Marion E. Olson County Club Agent -- Paul Henderson Home Demonstration Agent Florence Zollinger Ferguson Office Assistant... .Genevieve M. Smith Office .. 213 Federal Btdg.. Mason City hides, after conferences and correspondence with Mr. Bath, and after seeking advice from the office of the attorney-general, finally determined, as of Feb. 6, 1939, that a farm tractor should retain its agricultural status when pulling a trailer. The Ohio Farm Bureau raised the question after learning of several instances in which farmers were arrested and convicted in local courts of driving a motor Vehicle without a license when they had used their tractors for pulling trailers on the highways. George Godfrey, Ames, director of agricultural relations of Iowa State college, has helped Cerro Gordo county by extending results of experiments and surveys to farmers. Steers Get Powdered J Limestone in Feed i' 1 ! -Steers in August Petersen's '. fattening lots in Clinton county j get powdered limestone with \ their protein supplement, yet 40 | will eat two large pailfuls of I clayey soil a day in addition. | , Peterson fills the dirt trough as, \ regularly as the feed bunk, for .''. Â· he says the cattle will eat too !; 'Â· much dirt at the first feed if L they are deprived of it for any,**/ length of time. Apparently the | dirt contains minerals necessary 5 j for maximum thrift. Each steer if J gets two ounces of limestone i i and 21/2 pounds of protein sup- e ' plement a day. . 5 ; County Agent Urges Caution in Buying Seed Out of State Marion E. Olson, county agricultural agent, urges farmers to be careful of where they buy seed and what quality they buy. "There are state regulations regarding seed sold within the state, Mr. Olson said. "However seed should be checked carefully if you are buying from out of the state. "It is dangerous to buy seed from 'fly-by-night' salesmen. It is best to deal with men you are acquainted with and at a place where you will have recourse if it is not satisfactory and where you have ample time to have the seed tested. "Care in selection of seed will save a great deal oÂ£ time and effort in eradicating weeds within the next year or two. Clean seed is one of the best means of eliminating noxious weeds." MARKET DAY SALE Al Kanawha Sales Pavilion KANAWHA, IOWA Friday, March 10 at 12:30 p. m. Will have a good run of horses, cattle, hogs, sheep. H. BRUMMUNO Auctioneer and Manager PLAN HOLSTEIN MEETING The county Holstein association will meet at the county agent's office on Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Hen Gels Ride PETERSBURG, Texas, (ft*)-After driving 10 miles a Petersburg farm yoilth was so annoyed by strange noises coming from beneath his car that he got out to investigate. A hen \yas perched on a brake rod, cackling her displeasure. FARM BUREAU EXCHANGE For Sale: P. B. Holstein bull, serviceable age. Chris Dueholm, Mason City, Route 2. 1,000 bu. oats and National Hybrid sweet corn. W. J. Schutz, Mason City. For Sale: Purebred Holstein bull, one year old. Charles Edel, Mason City. Sale Dates , Claimed NOTICE: A list of Sale Dates Claimed . is being printed each Wednesday on the Farm Page. There is no charge for Ihis service to those advertising: their public sales in the Globe-Gazette, and you are invited lo make use of if. Just mail the date of your sale, the time, place and your name to J. B. Scaton, care the Globe-Gazette, Mason City, Iowa. March 9--12:30 p. m.--Gar- ner Sales Co., Inc. Livestock Sale at Sales Pavilion at Highways No. 18 and 69. March 9--11:30 a. m.--Limd ft Sales Stables and Rendering U-~j Co., on Highway No. 18 east Jft of Mason City. March 10--12:30 p. m.--Clear Lake Auction Co., Livestock Â· Auction, located east of Clear Lake on Highway 106. March 10--12:30 p. m.--Mar- ket Day Sale, Kanawha Sales Pavilion, Kanawha, Iowa. March 11--Marvel Sales Co., Livestock Auction, Webster City, Iowa. March 13--Paul Nelson Public Sale, located Z'A miles northeast of Manly. March 14--Marvel Sales Co., Horse and Mule Sale, Webster City, Iowa. March 15--Marvel Sales Co., Livestock Auction, Webster City, Iowa. March 15--I p. m.--Forest City Auction Co., "Livestock Auction at Sales Barn, on highway 69, across f r o m golf course. March 22--1 p .m.--John Jindrich horse and cattle sale at Swaledale. Ora Bay less, auctioneer.