The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 12, 1943 · Page 24
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January 12, 1943

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

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10 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Big Soybean Crop Under War Need AMES--A gigantic year-round sale on oilmeal is in the picture, to make sure that it does not pile up in crushing plants. But the nation's oilmeal supply, biggest in history as it includes Iowa's 3u-million bushel crop of soy- beans, will be enough to Galance only about 84 per cent of the feed available Tor livestock this year. That's the picture presented by Iowa State college agricultural economists Geoffrey Shepherd and R. C. Bentley. * ¥ ¥ Soybean meal will sell in Iowa for about $35.50 per ton bagged at the mill while local supplies last, and -up to $39 or $40 if imported from other areas by feed dealers, per month from November on, but the total rise on the 1942 crop will not be greater than $2 per ton. Soybean meal is a bargain at these prices. If fed in a balanced ration, at any figure up to $47 per ton, it is cheaper than the tankage and corn it replaces. It appears that feeding of lambs in western states will be under that o£ a year ago. Shipments of feeder lambs into the corn belt during October were the largest on record for that month. GEE! DR. ER--- CAPTAtN JONES- ARE VOU GOIN IN THE ARIV\V VES TOMMV- LOTS OF DOCTORS ARE NEEDED SO VOU WILL HAVE TO KEEP WELL AND STRONG AND NOT H-AVE ANY TUMMV ACHES WHILE I'M A W A y - " X ~ YES SIR- I KNOW WE MUST KEEP WELL- TO SAVE THE DOCTOR'S TIME SO HE CAN TAKE CARE OF SERIOUS CASES- 1 KNOW +K)W TO KEEP FIT -- -GET LOTS OF FRESH AIR PLENTV OF GREEN VEGETABLES AND EAT LOTS OF BREAD/ every way. to keep well and grow strono--so his parents won't have to worry about him while they do war work--and won't hare to call the doctor for little upsets. Tommy', mother serves Betsy Ross Enriched Bread at ever, meal, and for between- meal hunger because she knows that enriched bread is among those foods recommended in the Nutrition Food Rules. ALL BETSY ROSS WHITE BREAD IS ENRICHED ACCORDING TO GOVERNMENT SPECIFICATIONS IS BETTER BREAD Hog Raising Champions 2?»!^S? ?PS ttii IDA GROVE--George and Kai-I Hoffman (left to right above), brothers of Ida county, are America's undisputed hog raising champions. At the recent Chicago market fat stock competition, the wartime edition of the world famous International Live Stock exposition they won all firsts in the hog carlot division and the grand championship over all breeds with the 260 pound Berkshires shown above. The Hoffmans had twice previously won the international carlot championship in 1939 and 1941, but never before had anyone won all firsts. The brothers' farms near here look not unlike thousands of other farms of the state. No special hog raising equipment is used. All of the Hoffmans' hogs are pure bred Berkshires. Farm People Ready to Aid in Rationing ' With home-produced poultry, eggs, cottage cheese, beans, peas and soybeans to serve as alternatives, Iowa farm families are ready to take the lead in the nation - wide share - the - meat program. H o m e slaughtered meat is.as much a part ol their sharing allowance as the meats they buy at the market. The program arrecls all beef, pork, veal, lamb and mutton, according to Miss Frances Het- tier, extension nutritionist at Iowa State college. The variety cuts, like tongue, liver, kidneys brains and sweetbreads, how- AKiti . S,a t ms . T.I Senin FRANK J.ENBUSK Tax Counselor Certified r.blir Actinium First Natt B»ak Btde. Phonr »K Mlson ci , T Uwl RECAP VULCANIZE TRUCK, TRACTOR AND PASSENGER CAR TIRES ONE DAY SERVICE TRAVERS TIRE TREAD SERVICE 3« in* S. W. M.,0,, Cily G»vt.,Tire Inspection lrpot ever, can be used in addition to the 2'/2-pound weekly share. Poultry, fish and dairy products also are exempt from the voluntary rationing program which is designed to serve until arrangements for rationing are completed. * * * To avoid waste when large supplies of meat are on hand, as at butchering time, farm families may find it necessary to preserve more meat than is customary. The busy season also ' may necessitate use of more than the weekly allowance to provide sufficient energy for the workers. They should, however, maintain a yearly average of no more than 2\'- pounds per person a week. The sharing plan is not a result of a shortage of meat because the 24-billion pound supply is'an all-time record but to a large increase in demand. Two factors contribute to the abnormally high demand: 6V- billion pounds required by the armed forces and for lend-lease and increased civilian demand arising out of higher incomes. Since the military and lend- 2ease demands are met first, a sharing plan and eventual rationing are necessary if all civilians are to receive their share. * * * Two and one-half pounds arc allowed in the share plan for persons over 12 years of age who are not vegetarians, or elderly persons who would not normally eat 2!i pounds a week Children under G years of age ore allowed % pound and children from 6 to 12 years 1'i pounds a week. The number of cattle fed during the 1942-43 season will be larger than a year ago. HEADQUARTERS FOR Dr. Roberts' VETERINARY SUPPLIES TON IK POULTRY POWDER SPRAYS LINIMENTS STOCK DIP We Have a Complete Line for AH Livestock Ailments BOOMHOWER HARDWARE CAN WE HELP YOU? Today our industries are in high gear for national defense. This may make it impossible for you to secure repairs for your machinery and equipment. We hare the facilities for manufacturing practically any type or size of grey iron casting weighing up to 2,000 pounds. CALL, URITE OK PHONE Mason City Foundry and Machine Co. Phone 117 638 to 648 Eighth Street S. E. Mason fily, Iowa

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