The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 9, 1945 · Page 35
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January 9, 1945

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 35

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J A N U A R Y , 1 9 4 5 23 FARM BUREAU J FABM BUREAU OFFICERS .j-.ident ... S. A. Malhre, Mason City p President Melvin Hawke. iefary ..Vf.S. Fulghum. Masra'cUy iisurex .....Wayne WoUord. Ventura T H O M E PROJECT OM-tCEBS jn'y Chairman ... .Mrs. Leo Oswald ·jjliCJty Chairman ;.. ( , · · · · . · · Miss Rose Kennedy Us- 4-K Club Chairman-. ·.,, J TOWNSUir '.·nt · James P. Hansen, Jr. Jcoln Edwin Doescher ,ne Creek Many Fairbanks vat Lake William Amendt :*« Robert Findson -,'Is Clem Gorkowskl ,J»TM Earl M. Dean jrtland Wade riles Mon ........ Dewey Howelt J. Vernon .Harold Allernan j'n - - · Joa Cahill K"n Ernest Hilzhusen limes ....nichard E. James feasant Valley ..'..Wlllatd Zickefoose feneseo William P. Eno Oughert)' Tony Larson ;|iunty Extension Director j - - Marion E. Olson Bounty Home Economist \\ r -- · - -· · .-· ·· Lucille Buchanan JHice AiSJslant GenevJeve M. Smith - : -Jarm Labor Assistant .. ;j..... --,.'. Miss- Helen Bau£h 1 TOWNSHIP HOME FKOJECT ^ CUAIRMEN ^ :ra nt Mrs. Marvin Renshaw iimcoln Mrs. Etfwin Doescher :!.lmo Creek .......Mrs. Ilusjcl! Bktline falls .. Mrs. J. H. McNiU "'-ar Lake Mrs. Tom SpUman " .Mrs. Ben Skadeland n Mrs. Melvin Evans rotuand Mrs. Lee Behne JJnion ....;., Mrs. Elmer Nelson flit. Vernon Mrs. C. A, Fuller 3ath .-, "... .Mrs. Harold "Lone 'Oiven Mrs. C. C. Poster Gnmes ... Mrs. Richard E.James Pleasant Valley Mrs. Bill Ames Genesco Miss Kose Kennedy Dougherty Mrs. R. V. Gast Merrill Tiet Jens Buys June's Tomboy Merrill Tietjens. Mason City, recently purchased the registered Brown Swiss bull, "June's Tomboy" of Pioneer F a r m , 50442, from William C. Heinzerling, -Adams; Minn., according to a report from Fred S. Idtse, secretary o£ the Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders' association, Beloit, Wis. FARM BUREAU EXCHANGE Wanted to Buy --Small tenant house. G e o r g e Edgington, Clear Lake, Rt. 3. .Ph 14F31. For Sale--Purebred H o i s t e i n bull. Serviceable age. Chris Duholm, Mason City, Rt. 2 Ph. 469J1, For Sale--Tama Oats, $1 per bu. Melvin Evans, Mason City, Rt. 1. IVz mi. S., }i,4 mi. W. of Mason City on 65, Wanted to Buy--Alfalfa h a y . Edward Wooldridge, M a s o n City, Rt. 4. Ph. 419R4. Milk Requirements Aid Iowa Dairyman The main purpose of market milk requirements is to protect the consumer, but most dairymen find that meeting these jx- quirements makes their own work easier and more profitable. According to Merle Baker, Iowa State college dairy industry specialist, market regulations apply mainly to milk that is to be sold in fluid form--bottled milk. For the most part, they are drawn up by city councils, although some state governments have regulations, and if the milk Highest Prices for HIDES AND FURS WOLF BROS. INC. · 308 5th S. W. AUCTION As I am moving- on to a smaller place I will sell at Public Auction 3 miles east and 2 miles south of Hudd; 3 miles cast and 3 miles north of Kockford; 3 miles north of end of paved highway 14 out of Charles City and l-?i miles west; on THURSDAY, JANUARY 11 Commencing at 10:30 O'clock 3 HEAD OF HORSES 1 bay team of mares, wt. about 3600, coming 4 and 5 years old; T sorrel gelding, coming 6 years old, with light mane and tail, wt. about 1900. 44 CATTLE 8 Hereford milk cows; 3 Guernsey milk co^s'; 1 black milk cow; 1 good 2-yr. old Hereford bull; 6 calves; 2 heifers; 23 steers on full feed. 100 FEEDER PIGS SHEEP --~13 Bred Ewes. MACHINERY AND MISCELLANEOUS 4-row John Deere corn planter on rubber; 4-row International corn plow for M tractor; 15-ft. John Deere disc; llrft. John Deere disc; 46-ff. Little Giant steel groin elevator with baled hay head and wagon hoist, model T power motor; Bear Cat hammer mill, cutting head; single row Peterson corn plow; Massey Harris corn binder; dump rake; Case picker on rubber; stesl truck wagon; hay rack; wooden wheel wagon; flare wagon box, almost new; triple wagon box; 4-wheel wagon trailer on rubber; 4-section wooden drag; 6-ft. Massey Harris mower; 2- row Oliver horse cultivator; 4 steel hog feeders, 1--48- bu. sopacity, 1--25-bu. capacity, 2--10-bu. capacity; electric pump jack; 16-ft.. sheep bunk; 2 cattle bunks; Maytag 2-cylinder motor; Cow Boy tank heater; 2--15- gol. steel barrels; 30-gal. steel barrel; 2--l4-ft. tumbling rods; 2 hog waterers with lamps; 2 hog troughs; 6 volt windcharger; Iowa Dairy cream separator, 1,000- Ib., used about 7 months; 2--I0-gal. milk cans; small articles too numerous to mention. GRAIN AND HAY 30 Ton Timothy Hay, more or less; Some Ensilage. HARNESS -- 1 Set of Breeching Harness TERMS: -- Anyone desiring credit will please make arrangements with Ms own banker before coming (o the sale. No property to be removed from the premises before settlement is made. Free Lunch At Noon -- Bring Your Own Cups GEORGE HANSEN, Owner Earl PyJe, Auct. First Security Bank Trust Co., Clerk joes out of the state, federal agencies enter the picture. Baker points out that the im- lortance of the regulations to the producer should be considered. For example, clean milk means clean cows. Clean cows mean clean floors, so there are specifications for the floors of the dairy barn. These floors are easier to keep clean and therefore save the time of the dairyman. The same goes for regulations .or barnyards. They are required to be well drained, clean and with no manure piles tor the cows to walk over. This decreases the number of flies, ·hich insures cleaner milk for :he consumer, and at the same time cuts down milk loss fo the ·reducer because the cows aren't pestered by the flies. Regulations covering m i l k houses and equipment to keep' utensils clean prove to be a time and labor-saver to the dairyman as well as protection for the consumer. I Audits Systems Tax Service TAX COUNSELOR CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT FRANK J.ENBUSK First National Bank BWg. Phone 932 It Con Happen To You! Be Prepared With Complete Lifetime Protection for * Hospirolixotion * Accident * Sickness * Death First Day Coverage Mutual Benefit H. A. Assn. J. J. WOLSFELD, Dist. Mgr. Sit First Nat'l. Bank Bids. Mason CitJr'ia. Ph. 50J SPECIAL BREEDER MASH Since "Breeder Mash" has been termed by poultry scientists and practical hatchery men, the most important feed made for poultry, it must be important that such a mash is fed to assure maximum results from hatching eggs. BIG GAIN SPECIAL BREEDER EGG MASH is made to supply, for storage in the egg, the abundance of high quality proteins, vitamins and minerals required to assure a maximum hatch of strong, vigorous chicks, Its excellence is proved by insistent repeat orders Irorn its many users. For maximum hatching results and profits, ask your dealer for BIG GAIN S P E C I A L BREEDER EGG MASH, , BIG GAIN PRODUCTS, West Union, , Iowa WANTED 1,000 FARMERS TO PLANT AT LEAST ONE BUSHEL THOMPSON'S iARLY WHITE CORN THIS SPRING. There Is a 20% Premium 0. E. STEVENS Phone 597-J 308 N. 2nd St. Clear Lake, Iowa PUBLIC SALE I will sell the following described property on the farm located 3 miles north, Vz mile west of Cartersville la., 7 miles west and 1 mile south of Rockford, la., 8 miles south SVimiles east of Mason City and 5V 2 miles east and 3 miles north of Rockwell, on ' Tuesday, Jan. 16 Sole starts at 12:30 P. M. 1O4 - Head of Livestock - 104 3 HORSES -- 1 bay gelding, 14 years old, weight 1,500 IBs.; 1 black gelding, 10 years old, weight 1,600 Ibs.; 1 roan gelding, 7 years old, weight 1,500 Ibs. 52 HEAD OF SHORTHORN CATTLE-- 7 milk cows, some fresh, others to freshen soon; 14 first coif heifers, 2 years old; 6 second calf heifers, 3 years old; 9 summer calves; 4 sucking calves; 10 steers; 1 Shorthorn bull. ° f SHEEP 20 HEAD of FALL PIGS, Weight 100 ibs. -- Approximately 6 feet of silage in silo. Machinery .1 John Deere B tractor on rubber; 1 cultivator to fit B tractor; 1 John Deere tractor on steel; 1 Kewanee elevator, all steel, complete with hoist and speed jack; 1 John Deere 3-14 tractor plow; 1 Oliver 2- 14 tractor plow; 1 John Deere spreader; 1 Grapple hay fork; 1 windrower for 5 ft. mower; 1 horsepower; 1 5-ft. Massey Harris mower; 1 5 ft. Deering mower; 1 John Deere 10-ft. tractor disc; 1 thresher tank; 1 McCormick Deering land roller; 1 Deering corn binder; 1 Keystone single row cultivator; 1 John Deere steel 4-section drag with folding evener; 1 portable saw frame; 1 McCormick Deering 6-inch burr mill; 1 Clipper fanning mill; 1 grindstone; 1 high wheel wagon, triple box; 1 steel wheel wagon, triple box; 1 steel wheel wagon, hay rack; 2 bobsleds; 1 John Deere steel hay loader; I Keystone side delivery rake; 1 Case 3-section spring tooth harrow; 1 Roderick Lean 7-ft. tandem disc; 1 New Idea 1-hand corn shelter; 2 heated hog warer- ers; 3 steel hog troughs; 1 round steel self feeder; 1 1 '/2 horse John Deere gas engine; 1 brooder house, 10x12, new; 1 individual hog house; 1 !/ 2 -ton chain hoist. Some blacksmith tools, household goods, and other articles too numerous to mention. ABOUT 500 BUSHELS OF CORN IN ROUND CRIB ABOUT 150 WHITE LEGHORN PULLETS TERMS: -- Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sale. FRED O'HARROW, Owner ORA BAYLESS, Auctioneer FIRST STATE BANK OF ROCKFORD, Clerk

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