The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 12, 1943 · Page 29
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January 12, 1943

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 29

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Maternal Instinct MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 A lamb apparently taken from its mother by this hound gratifies the dog's maternal instinct on a farm near Excelsior Springs, Mo. The hound's two puppies were born dead; she carried the lamb into the hay mow Mensch Buys Holstein Bull From Greeley Herd BRAT1XEBORO, Vt._A registered Holstein - Friesian bull was recently purchased by Glenn Mensch,,Mason City, from Paul McEImeel, Greeley. Change of ownership for this Holstein, Paumel Pontiac Duke 847156, has been officially recorded by the Holstein-Friesian association of America, Brattleboro, Vt. The average farm in Iowa during 1941 produced 830 pounds of butterfat; farms in record keeping associations produced 1 150 pounds of butterfat] MAKERS O F . . . GREEN TOP MINERALIZED TANKAGE Order Green Top Tonkoge From MASON CITY RENDERING CO. Machinery, Repair Can Be Done Now Much vital repair work will be delayed until -''too late" and time will be lost this winter unless a suitable shrp or space to work on farm machines is provided. A warm, well lighted space will be one of (he most valuable aids to a farmer in meeting his production goals, which has become more and more difficult I due to labor shortage and limits-' tions on new machines available. This may vary in size from a small room, providing o ]y space to store tools systematically, re- to systematically store tools repair parts and supplies, to a fully equipped shop providing doors and room to house an entire machine, tools, etc., lor convenient complete overhaul * * * T .9°' s , and equipment now available on mosC farms that be centralized inside a shop are: A solid topped bench at least 24x60 inches, preferably 30x120 inches, carrying at least a four-inch machinists' vise and a wood clamp. Drawers may be provided under the top for small convenient storage space. Tools that should be available in the shop are: Twist drills; auger bits; assorted sizes of machine, pin and center punches; c!aw, light ball pein and heavy ball pein hammers; wood and cold chisels, two or three sizes of each; wrecking or crowbars- sledge; anvil or heavy metal blcck for straightening and riveting; adjustable, box end, soclc- et and pipe wrenches; pliers, pincers and wire cuttei-s; four or five sizes of screwdrivers; Allen set screw wrenches in assorted sizes; gasoline blow torch and soldering equipment. Good grinding and sharpening equipment including e m e r y wheels, files of assorted sizes-and shapes; whet stones and oil stones should be an essential in every shop. Jacks, block and tackle and bars should also be available. * * * Desirable additions to the shop tools in order o£ importance are: FOLSOM AUTO CO. OFFERS · Motor Tune-up Service · Complete Body and · Complete Motor Overhaul · Carburetor RebuiMiii9 · Electrical Service AIL TTtecS . MAGNETOS STAATEKS - GENEBATOBS, tie. · Radiators Repaired CLEANED A H.IJSHED -- -- "-^-».»« w w w y un 1 Fender Rebuilding · Painting of All Kinds · Front End Alignment · Frames Straightened · Wheels Balanced · Batteries Charged WHILE VOU WAIT · Complete Grease Service Welding of All Kinds · WASDINr. · FOLISHI.VG · CLEANING »,, Done By Fi «««nr-trained Mechanics Approved Faetory Parts -- Work Done on AH Makes «f Cars DEALER FOR: Sargent's Feeds -- Rtchland Soy Bean Seed Phone 1174 -- Across Street From Hanford Portable electric drill; extension cords and lights; taps and screw plates; pipe dies, reamers and vises; forge, welding equipment oxyacetylene and electric arc- reamers; drill press; and a paint spray gun. Most farms now have enough tools to do good work on most of the common repair jobs if all the tools were systematically collected, arranged, stored and made accessible. Twenty-one counties the post season have co-operated in the clean-up work of disease eradication, in bee colonies COL. J. R. "Jack" Dorsey YOUR AUCTIONEER and STOCK BUYER FOR 40 YEARS IN CERRO GORDO AND ADJOINING COUNTIES PHONE 2592 MASON CITY, IA. MOST UNUSUAL BRED SOW OFFERING MONDAY, JANUARY TWO MILES STRAIGHT EAST OF MASON CITY =S ARKY Sensational Individual and Sire-Ranking Male Specimen. The breed's most perfect- specimen. A live model of the highest ideals and standards hoped for in bringing Poland Chinas to unmatchable prominence in modern swine efficiency. All his pigs have pronounced feeding ability, many of them are sensational individuals. {« * +*y*TM A GROUP OF GILTS going in this sole, to give you better understanding of the real individual worth of this, the greatest value in bred gilts to ever leave our farm. They carry the services of the breed model, ARKY, and the two phenomenal young boars, PROMOTER and CONTROLE. THIS GROUP WILL AVERAGE OVER 400 POUNDS. SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK EMMERT BROTHERS POLAND CHINA BREEDERS FREE LUNCH AT NOON

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