The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 12, 1943 · Page 18
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January 12, 1943

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Texas Wheat for'43 Harvest Up 2 Per Cent CHICAGO, (/P)--The acreage of. winter wheat seeded in Texas in the fall of 1942 for harvest in 1943, according to the state department of agriculture, is estimated at 3,491,000 acres. This is 2 -per ·· cent above the seedings lor the 1942 harvest, but is the second smallest acreage sown in Texas since 1929. Jonuory 31,Deadline for First OPA Official Tire Inspection Period Unless you have this inspection nude and approved by an Official O. P. A. Tire Inspection Station,- you will not be eligible for renewal or las ration, and tires. We are an official Tire inspection Station and we hope to serve you promptly if you will phone 'us for appointment immediately. We suggest that you DO IT NOW ana* ovoid the last minute rush. · It is necessary to hove Inspection report 1 B534 Part B with your car at the time of Inspection. JOE DANIELS AUTO SUPPLY Opposite Post Office Phone 363 HOG AMD BROODER HOUSE HEADQUARTERS All Kinds and Sizes Built to Your Specifications ANDERSON SUNSHINE BROODER On Display at Our Yard J. F. ANDERSON LUMBER CO. Phone 808 5162nd N. W. MacArthur Gets the Best The 1,135 pound grand champion steer of the Chicago -market fat stock show, shown above with the 16 year old owner, T. Richard Lacy, Kansas, 111., was sold for §1 a pound at the show and its buyer announced the big Hereford would be butchered and sent to Gen. Douglas MacArthur. The reserve grand champion, exhibited by Howard Johnson of Ida Grove, an 1,100 pound Aberdeen Angus which sold for 22 cents a pound, will be sent to Lieut. Gen. Dwight Eisenhower, commanding American forces in North Africa. Both steers were bought by. the'Chicago division of the National Association of Hotel and Restaurant Meat Purveyors. Ellard Pfaelzer, executive vice president of the association, said the animals would be slaughtered by Wilson and company and be shipped to the commanders. The grand champion steer, To Masterpiece, also won the junior grand championship, repeating that honor 'for Lacy who also took it in 1941. More than 600,000 bushels-ofJ certified Boone, Tama and Ma- , rion oat seed were produced in 1942 lor 1943 planting. A list of those having certified seed lor sale may be obtained from the counfy extension director or from Joe L. Robinson, Iowa State college, Ames. URGE ENOUGH To Serve Our Territory Well SMALL ENOUGH To Serve Our Customers Best You'll Do Better With Mullins Because · It is the corn which carries a personal guarantee of satis- . faction from the producer, made possible by personal supervision of every step of production. · Modern processing equipment insures a better quality of seed that will give all-around, outstanding performance. · Grown on fertile soil, the seed embodies ail those vital elements necessary for quick, strong growth. · Outstanding varieties of corn, combining those desirable features that mean more profit, and personal satisfaction to the grower. · It is planned exclusively for a specialized territory thereby assuring better adaption and better final results. Place Your Order for Mullins Hybrid Seed Corn Now! Open Shed Sufficient Dairy Cattle Shelter Open sheds with a south or east exposure are sufficient shelter for dairy cows during the winter months, according to Floyd Johnston, Iowa State college extension dairy husbandry specialist. Experiments indicate that any shelter which keeps the cows dry nnd away, from drafts is as satisfactory as a closed barn. Open sheds have the advantage of cutting down the amount oE labor required to keep the bam 1 clean. In addition, the cows can 'get a larger amount of sunlight. Johnston recommends that a hay rack be installed in the shed to allow · free access to a legume hay. The additipnal hay j the cows eat increases produc- i lion and cuts down on the I amount of grain consumed, j It" is important that dairy cows have plenty of water. Hog goals have been revised upward for 1943 and calL-for a 15 per cent increase in production over 1842. Modernize for keeps with CONCRETE Do your repairing and modernizing (his year with CONCRETE -- and know that it's done Cor m a n y years. Concrete costs little and is easy'to use. MULLINS HYBRID CORN CORWITH, IOWA CONCRETE is proof against fire, termites ond decay. It improves working conditions for you; makes your farm more productive. You can do the work yourself, or ask your cement dealer to recommended a good concrete contractor. "NORTHWESTERN"' Portland Cement can be secured through any reliable building material dealer. Northwestern States Portland Cement Co. Makers ·( "NORTHWESTERN ' r*rtlan4 Cewent City, Uwa

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