THURSDAY, JULY i*.. I... t -. 20 Kpssirfh "ALITTLE Business Remind Farmers thai S BIG DIVIDENDS ii This Ad is Farm-Safety Iowa State Bank ALGONA A "Your Partner in Progress" • Member of FDIC & Federal Reserve System' Taylor Implement Co. "Your Grain Harvesting Headquarters" 5-2467 ALGONA Buscher Bros. Implement "Your Minneapolis-Moline Dealer" North Main Street lit . •• .(i . .. ,..V "V ALGONA / I ' 5-3749 Viking Oil Co. "Gold Bond Stamps" Friend of the Farmer — ALGONA Farmers Service Center INC. "SUPER SWEET FEEDS" South Phillips Street Merton Ross, Manager Titonka Farmers Co-op. Elevator 928-2515 Grain, Feeds, Seeds TITONKA Lone Rock Co-op. Exchange Co. Grain, Feeds, Seeds Phone 925-3590 LONE ROCK Titonka Savings Bank Member or F. D. I, C. Phone 928-2142 ' TITONKA Farmer's Co-Operative Society * Felco Feeds • Fertiliicr • Grain • Bldg. Material* 679-4244 , WiSLiY Cargill, Inc. DALE KLEINGARTNER. Mgr. 295-2741 419 S. Phillips Alflona, Iowa North Central Public Service Co. "Complete LP & Natural Gas Service" ' ?: 5-2484 ; . ALGONA Federal Land Bank E. H. Hutchins, Mgr. 110 S. Dodge Helen Haes,,Ass't. t . ; Algona, Iowa Klein's Farm Supply Wayne Feed* ™ Wi Byy ggg* * Poultry I tymNr, Grtin, Feed § MerchandUe Rhone 295-52C6 ALGQNA I I- *• (mmirfall, Mgr. 2954917 Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. ' • *-,''• "Seed Corn Plant North of Algona" "" 295-2481 Herb Hedlund. Mgr. Whittemore Co-op. Elevator a , "Handling Petroleum Products, Grain, Feeds, Chemicals" HOBARTON — WHITTEMORE Ernie Williams John Deere "Your Farm Equipment Super Market" ALGONA, IOWA Farmers State Bank Member of F, D, I. C. Phone 4491 WHITTEMORE Burt Savings Bank | General Banking and Insurance 924-3215 • BURT Burt Co-op. Elevator Grain, Feeds, Seed* & Building Material* 924-3241 BURT Irvington Co-op. Co. IS VICTORY (MR ACCIDENT 'S L. -- »*•*: \\ »\ v s*Na"IT- 1 .'.'•31 1 Keep all equipment in good repair. Know and use the safety ' rules in operating machinery on the farm and highways. Eliminate all fire hazards around your farm — and beware of fire dangers at all times. Don't smoke in barns! Be careful around water holes, wells, and lakes. Learn how to swim and never go out in or on water by yourself. Treat animals with caution — always speak to an animal as it is being approached. A frightened animal can be deadly. 5 Many accidents can be eliminated by keeping your farm clean and neat. Keep buildings in sound condition. 6 Learn the methods of first aid — keep a kit handy — and always apply first aid promptly when an accident occurs. DON'T GAMBLE with YOUR LIFE... I' SAFETY IS A SURE BET!
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