The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 1, 1936 · Page 21
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April 1, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Minnesota Presenting NewPotato Found Popular in Iowa, States Haber. Warba, an Indian w o r d meaning: early, is the name of a new potato variety developed by the Minnesota agricultural experiment station which may become popular with Iowa market growers, believes K S. Hater of the vegetable crops staff at Iowa State college. This new variety is about 10 days tsarlier than the Irish cobbler most commonly grown in Iowa. It is a ·white-skinned, pink-eyed potato with deep eyes and a rough surface. It is better adapted to Towa conditions than the Bliss Triumph, which is about equal in earliness, says Haber. Some seed of the Warba is being handled tMp year by Iowa dealers. If it cannot be obtained locally, a list of growers in Minnesota with certified .seed may be obtained by writing to the Potato Seed Certification Department, depart-, ment of agriculture, St. Paul, Minn. Two other new varieties of potato recently introduced by the United States department of agriculture are Chippewa and Katahdin. These were tested under Iowa conditions with the thought that they might replace the Irish cobbler, but their eyes are too deep and the surface too rough to suit Iowa .growers. Also, they are both later than the Irish cobbler. Chippewa. does not yield as well as cobbler, and Katahdin is ,so late that it will not mature before frost in many Iowa .seasons. Production Credit Will Meet Here 'Annual Session at P. G. and E. on April 9, Tie annu'al .stockholders meeting of the Mason City Production Credit association will be neld April 9 at 10 .a. m. at the P. G. and E. auditorium, according to an announcement made by Brede Wamstad, president, and W. T. Frazer, secretary-treasurer. This .meeting, which was postponed because of weather conditions in February, is the second annual .session of this co-operative credit Institution. SEVEN Knows Farmers SALE DATES CLAIMED Each Wednesday on the Farm Page, the Globe- Gazette will print a list of "Sale Dates .Claimed." If you are planning a sale, yon are invited to nse this Free Service. Simply send your name, and the time and place of your .sale to the Globe-Gazette, attention V. C. Hicks. April 2--Public Auction Sale, 11 a. an., Lund Sales Stables, *aat edge of Mason City. April 3--livestock Sale, 12 noon, Garner Sales Co., Gamer, Iowa. April 3--Public Auction Sale, Clear Lak« Sales Co., .Clear Lake, Iowa. April 3--Closing out Sate, 1 p. ra. Harry Thompson, SVj miles west and north of Forest City. April 4---Livestock Auction, Marvel Sales Co., Webster CSty, Iowa. April 4--Closing out Sale, 1 p. m. Oswald Bailey, 2 miles southeast of Bock Fulls. April 7--Horse and Mule Auction, Marvel Sales Co., Webster City, Iowa. April S--Horse and Cattle Sale, 11:80 a, mu, W. J. Mnrphy Sates Corporation, diaries CSty, Iowa. Kay Keaar Is in charge of the farm and factory department of the Carrie-Van Ness company hardware store, bundling cream separators and barn equipment. Mr. Kellar has been with the Carrie- Van Ness concern a number of years and also has been a representative of a cream separator concern. He has a wide acquaintanceship among farmers in North Central Iowa.--(Lock Photo, Kayenay Engraving.) We Solicit Your Patronage FARM SEEDS Good seeds ore the cheapest. Use our Crystal Brand Seed and save years of worry and trouble. We also have a good supply of Seed Oats, Seed Barley, also Manchu and I Mini Seed Beans. and Carry a Full Line of,. COAL SEEDS FLOUR FENCE And WAYNE DAIRY and POULTRY FEEDS --Custom Grinding-FARMERS ELEVATOR, INC. Phone 270 500 Third Street N. E. COOPERATIVE BUYINC Enables Us to Make These Outstanding Otters BARB-WIRE HEAVY GAUGE COPPER SEARING STEEL GALVANIZED, AMERICAN-MADE, 80-ROD REEL $3.10 FIELD FENCE A Complete Line of Highest Grade American-Mode at Prices Usually Asked for Inferior Fence. 32-INCH, 8 LINE WIRES, 6-INCH STAY, I2'/ 2 GAUGE FILLER, 10 GAUGE TOP AND BOTTOM, 100-ROD ROLL . . . ,, FIELD SEED ALL VARIETIES -- TRIPLE TESTED, H I G H GERMINATION, NORTHERN GROWN, CHIEFTAN, ALSIKE CLOVER, 99.15 PURITY, PER BUSHEL . . . 7-Foot MANILLA HALTER ROPES Witti Snap 2 for 29 .^" S FORGED / STEEL / CLAW I HAMMER \ 29c 5 Quart ALTJMEV0M TEA KETTLE S9c Enameled CHICK FEEDERS Fit all Mason jars 6 for ....25Cj Gallon Size Sanitary-Glazed STONEWARE CHJCK WATERERS Beg. , 69c i 5-Tine Strap-Fermfe BARN FORK Select Handle HEAVjr-GAXFGE HOT-DIPPED GALVANIZED BUSHEL BASKETS S'/ z Pound FORGED-STEEL QUICK-DRY FLOOR ENAMEL Enough tor 125 square feet. Quart 69c NO. 9 ASSORTED COPPER RIVETS / 2 lb. box 19c XAKGE FONT BARN LANTERN $1.05 SELECT ASH FORK HANDLES 39c MASON CITY HARDWARE CO. Owned and Operated By Your Neighbor -- Don McPeak THE STORE SEARS MOVED NEXT TO

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