The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 9, 1945 · Page 33
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January 9, 1945

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 33

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. A R M , J A N y . A R Y , 1 9 4 5 . 2 1 . Rurel Schools . This Are Over at Day^s End Trio from Portland t No. 2 Troops for Home WOBRIES ARE-over at day's end for teacher. Worries are over too as this trio of .youngsters at Portland No. 2 troops for home. Left to right they are Beverly Dunlap, Jimmy Hall and Odett Hansen. True they do not have to walk home all the_ time. They are usually called for by their parents and ride home in comfortable warm, cars, but they thought this woulc make good copy for the folks at home, for this is the way grandmama and grandpapa went to school., Jn 38 southern Iowa counties here's a large population of hinch bugs hibernating which ould cause much damage to the 945 crops.. . . If you are using your tractor during the winter for short- hour, wartime jobs, use gasoline instead of tractor fuel or distillate. ELECTRIC BROODERS 400 and 500 size just received. Buy yours now --· This simplest, easiest operated " brooder. Oil Brooders A few on hand. Be ready for a big yield. Poultry Fountains See our line. Special 5-gallon Lamp-heated, only* __ _ ..$3.39 Rat Ruin Just "ruins all rats !" _____ .·._'.__ ..... 50c and $1.00 Van Ness Co 20-22 East State Phone 17 Brooder and Hog Houses We have plenty of material on hand to build what brooder and hoe bouses yon want for this winter and spring. We nave one 12x14 hot: house already built and will start to build brooder houses very soon now. Come In and let us know what yon want and we will build it for you promptly out of high grade; lumber. ' L. A. Moore Lumber Co. Phone 119 6Z9 South Federal Avenue SPEND YOUR MONEY WISELY If we follow our ration rules, there's enough In America to keep all at home well-fed and supply our armed forces. We can prevent the artificial scarcity that makes prices go up. Our Prices are "IN LINE" APPLES Roman Beauty ONIONS 8 Lb - Bae 50 Lb. Bag 29c .94c Earl's Fruit Market 1607 South Federal PUBLIC SALE As I aro quitting /arming, Twill hold an Auction Sale of the following described property at my farm, located^* miles east of Mason-City and Vi mile north on Rock Falls road--3 miles west and Vi mile north of Nora Springs and 4 miles north of Rock Falls, known as the Mosc Biinun farm, on · ' Monday, Jan. 15 I . . BALE STAKTS AT 1 O'CJXJCK SHARP 25 _ HEAD OF CATTLE--- 25 1 Registered Hereford Bull, 5 years old; 7 Hereford cows, 3 and 4 yean old; 2 Hereford heifers, springers; I I Hereford Calves, all spring calves; I Roan Yearling heifer. · ; · '·'.;. . . ·'. · 6 -- MILK COWS -- 6 4 Brown Swiss Heifers, 3 giving milk, oil 2V 2 years old; 1 Holsrcin «6w/ "giving milk, 4 years old; 1 Roan cow, giving milk, 3 years old. 4 3 -- SHEEP -- 43 1 Fullbtood Cord ale Ram, 2 years-old; 42 Ewe*. · MACHINERY 1 MeCormick grain harvester, 8 foot; 1 McCormick Deering tractor plow; 1 Me- Cormiek Deering spring tooth 3 section harrow; I International lOrfoot disc; 1 John Deere 4-seetion drag; 1 Dane 12-foot hay rake; 1 5-foot Dane mower; 1 John Deere corn planter; 1 Galloway spreader; 1 International endgate grain seeder; 2 steel wheel wagons; 1 hay rack and 1 wagon box; 1 4-wheel trailer, with box; 1 Electric Iowa Dairy cream separator, 1,000 capacity, used 3'months; I 2-hoIe corn shelter; 1 force pump; 1 oil burner tank heater; 2 feed bunks, 12 foot, also feeding troughs for hogs; 2 sets galvanized hen nests; 2 feeders and 2 waterers for hens; 1 Hudson brooder stove; 1 po»t drill and rice; 2 16-foot extension ladders; 50 ft. of rubber hose and some galvanixed water pipe*; 1'/z bushels DeKalb seed corn No. 404A; 1 12-foot solid oak dining table; 1 I Vz gallon ice cream freezer. Other articles too numerous to mention. : ' " ' TERMS:--Cash or make arrangements with clerk. No property, removed until-settled for. Oliver H. Sebaugh, Estate Ora Bayless, Auctioneer Anna M. Sebaugh, Adminlstrix First National Bank, Mason City, Clerk

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