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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Business Services 14 • ,- CARD OF THANKS • to to ' f« "« «r*r SO words:— 4a oer word CLASSINBD DISPLAY column lneh_ .11.20 lUsstfied displays taken unttl 10 a. m. * Man 6xi - • Saturday. .„„ lad till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 <«. m> ; publication .exoejjt Saturdfly aid 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular da* •Sled till 9:80 a, ra. Satu J ' " Monday through Friday CtASSlNID CASH WITH ORDlfL One day, R« word-. 8 centa two dayi, per word___ 0 oenta three dayi. per word 12 centa four dayi, per word r _____l4cenU Five day*, pur wo-d____16 cents to|daya.^pgr^wortL Announcements 6 1#B SERVICE ANY MAKE OR model TV or radio — including car radios; day or night. *J1 work guaranteed. Dial 9313. Sporrer's TV. 6 -107 -tfc JULY CLEARANCE SALE ON men's wear now on at Andy Balk's Men's Wear. 8-162 -tfc Loans 12 FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS EXTRA SAFETY LOW INTEREST RATE See Phil Dennis . See.-Treaa National Farm Loan Association Over Woolworth'i - Carroll 12-2-5tO WHEN YOU PAINT UP, MAKE Keenan Paint Store your headquarters. Benjamin Moore paints and paint supplies of all kinds. Let us help you, Joe Dalhoff, owner. 14-9-6-lte VACATION? ... PACK UP AND go with your clothes dry cleaned to new freshness! Phone 3825. Thompson Cleaners. 14-160-ltc 2-HOUR CLEANING SERVICE AT HR Cleaners where'your clothes are always 20% ' cleaner and odorless'.- All cotton dresses and sport shrits sited to restore that fresh new look. Dial 4338. HR Cleanefi,f 14448-tfc FREE* STORAGE r6R ALL WIN- ter 'clothes, blankets, etc.'Dial 4333;? HR. ! Cleaners. , 14-148-tfc USE UTILITY LEADER HOUSE Paint, the best paint available for all outside buildings. Excellent for fences and garages. $3.09 in 5 gal. lots. $3.19 in gal. lots. Davis Paint Store. 14-148-tfc BROKEN WINDOW? WE STOCK glass, and will.cut to your sped fications while you wait. Joyce Lumber Co., The Store of Serv< ice. * 14-160-6tc Beauty Service 15 LOANS AND INSTALLMENT financing — cars, equipment, household goods S&M Finance Co., Carroll, Iowa. 12-78-tfc PERSONAL LOANS FOR ACCUM ulated bills or other purposes Community Loan Service, Carroll and Denison. 12-304-2tc 14 Business Services GREETING CARDS... . AT Stone Prin'ting Co. youll find a 'card for every memorable occasion. 14-125-ltc FOR SALE: BEAUTY SHOP IN this vicinity, just remodeled, excellent business established 12 •yrs. Good reason for" selling. Price reasonable. Write box R. T., in care of Daily Times Herald. 15-163-ltp Business Opportunities 19 VALUABLE COUNTY FRANCHISE AVAILABLE Need conscientious dealer in this area to handle county distribution of a new and recently pat- tented product. Require few hours spare time weekly, car, reference and $640 operating capi' tal which is secured by inventory.. Earnings up to $100 weekly, depending on spare time devoted; and ! if work proves satisfactory company will finance to full time deal with $15,000 income a year potential, This is not a vending machine offer. Write: Monarch Supply, Inc. 2438 W. Lincoln Ave. Milwaukee 15, Wis. Male Help Wanted 21 WANTED: MEAT MARKET manager, northwest IOWP chain, county seat town, top wages, insurance, vacation pay, incentive program. Write Box XYZ. in care of Daily Times Herald. 21-182-6tp Household Goods 51 1 • WW -»"t *S IWIM WWW f# S USED 9 CU. FT. REFPuTGERA- tor, very good condition, top freezer. Also good used gas range. Call 2826. 31-162-3tc FULLER BRUSHES. S. R. PARKS. Dial 2709. ' 51-151-2tC FOR SALE: DROP UfeAF f*i ble. Phone 3272 51-183-2tc IF CARPETS LOOK DULL AND dreary, remove the spots as they appear with Blue Lustre. Matt Furniture Co. «M6s-ltc USED NORGE AUTOMATIC washer, i yr,\old, $iot). Sthehk*j| elberg tmpl. Co. Sl-57-ttc We Fix It 16 WE REPAIR ALL MAKES OF gasoline engines, chain saws and lawnmowers. Montgomery Ward Farm Store. 16-162-6tc Where To Go-> 17 BAR-B-Q HEAVEN IS AT CLUB 30. 17-150-ltc USE KINGSFORD CHARCOAL, "cheaper because it's better." Sold at Carroll Lumber Co. 14-162-tfc TENNIS RACKET SPECIAL, $12 value for 6nly $7.50. Uptown Club. 14-162-3tc HAROLD A. CHRISTIANSON, weekly rubbage pickups at $1.25 per month. Ph. 2588. 14-155-12tp RADIATOR REPAIRING, R E- coring and cleaning. Also new radiators. All work guaranteed. Carroll Auto Salvage. 14-88-tfc RUG BRAIDING AND WEAV- ing, Andy's Rug Shop, 1008 No. Main. Dial 3795. . 14-162-3tc MAKE THE CARROLL COAST to-Coast Store your headquar ten for hardware, farm supplies or gift items. 14-168-I8tc NOW IS! THE TIME TO REPAIR Roofs!, For a Free Estate, Dial 3593. Gambles. 14-86-tfc FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinart Service. New location across street west of Safoway. Ph. 2126. 14-86-tfo F.OR YOUR CLUBS AND PART ies reserve the Ranch Room at Pauline's Cafe. We can accom modate 50 people per party. 17-90-tfc Good Things to Eat 18 NO "PRE-COOKED" CHICKEN served at Club 30. 18-150-ltc FOR SALE: LARGE LATE Mount Morency cherries, 12&c lb. George D. Esdohr, Phone 235-J, Coon Rapids. 18-160-ltc JUMBO SHRIMP MM SERVED anytime at' Club 30. . 18-150-ltc Business Opportunities 19 Watkins Dealers Wanted For Established Routes in , ' This Territory PHONE Herbert Riesselman 2082, HALBUR . 19-163-3tp WE HAVE AN OPENING IN this area for a man to sell'qual­ ity hand tools, electric shop tools, air compressors,* welders and greese equipment to farmers. Above average earnings for the right man. Age no objection. This is an opportunity to be in business for yourself with an old well - established company. For full particulars write giving your phone number and general qualifications to Albert Lea Tool Co., Albert Lea, Minn. UNIVERSAL', SRELLANE L.P." gas stove,-like'new, low prion used Maytag'square tub, S40.&);' two 275-1*1. obround tttks, '$25.001 each. Drees Heating Co,-, * % ... sg-V^ SUifrStc LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD used furniture at KnowltotTs Furniture. 51-131-tfc TWO USED 1-TON AIR CONDI- tioners. Carroll Refrigeration. 51-152-tfc END MESSY GARBAGE PROB- lems the modern, sanitary way Reg. $69.95 Garbage Disposal ONLY $54.95. Heires Elec. Co July .special. 51-162-tfc Used Cars A Trucks 71 T DO IT • Don't load your family on the back of a sick horse and start out for your favorite vacation spot . it might die in your front yard. WE NOW HAVE THE OFFICIAL Spinet piano ratings. Come in and see where the different makes of pianos are on the list. Story k Clark pianos are in number one place. Priced from $745 to $995. Big allowance for your old piano. Holley Music Store, Carroll, la. 51-162-2tc ELECTRIC STOVE, APT. SIIZJE, like new. Phone 4251. 51-161-3tc For Sale 55 ACCORDION, LATOSCA, ITAL- ian made with case. 120 bass. A sacrifice at $150 Owner in service. Ed Champion. 55-163-3tc Used Cars & Trucks 71 THIS IS IMPORTANT. EVERY used car in our lot Is carefully reconditioned by Factory trained mechanics. BUI Burgett Motor Co, tt-gfctfe 1955 PEYMOUTH, V4, 4-DOOR,' radio, heater, beautiful turquoise finish. Plain motor, A -l condition. Wittrock Motors. 71-162-tfc Civil Defense- (Continued from Page 1) Timet Herald, Carroll, lews Friday, July 12, 1957 11 WE HAVE AN. EXCELLENT stock of nice cars that are ideal for a second car, car for the wife, or for the teen-ager. Low priced. Good sound cars such as Fords, .Plymouthe and Chev- roleta. Hills Motor Co. 71-lW-tfc Female Help Wanted 22 21-163-ltc 34 - FOOT EXTENSION LADDER, one year old. Sporrer's TV. Dial 9513. 58 -158-6tC HALF DAYS Need 2 alert women for summer and fall rush. Must be available, immediately. Top income. Write Box W, care Daily Times Herald. 22-163-2tc WAITRESS WANTED, EXPERI- ence not necessary. Apply in person at Hi-Way Cafe. 22-163-tfC FOR SALE: LOK RIB STEEL buildings. One 24 ft. huilding on hand at the old price. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 55-162-tfc Room for Rent 60 NICE COOL ROOM. CLOSE IN, lady preferred. Dial 9798. 60-163-2tp ROOM FOR RENT. WANTED: OFFICE EMPLOYEE, experience preferred, immediate employment. 40 hrs. per week. Apply Ocoma Foods Co., Carroll, Iowa. 22-16l-3tc Bring the family out here where it's cool! ALL YOU CAN EAT! FAMILY STYLE DINNERS at PAULINE'S CAFE SUNDAY/JULY 14 Served from 11 a. m. ,to 8 p. m. i $1.25 per plate Children Under-.12, 75c Or you may order iandwiches or short orders for ; children, if you prefer. Chicken Giblets Baked Iowa Smoked Ham With Raisin Sauce Roast Young Tom Turkey ; With Cranberries Fried Spring Chicken ; Roast Sirloin of Beef : With Dressing Roast Loin of Pork •' . With Apple Sauce ' ^ MASHED POTATOES \ , . ?: ^GETABLE SOUP ' COMBINATION OR JELLO SALAD L WHOLE KERNEL CORN tOMEM^^^AMON ORJMTTERFLYJIOLLS Q Z o t Q Z •I |E — MILK r- ICE CREAM OR STRAWSERRV SHORTCAKE £njoy a. Hearty Breakfast Here! Pri^tbe femlly and guests Thuj-sday morning. Serving breakfast'from 25c to 85c. Bat in pur .ranch room. Bring Your Party to Our N,ew Lariat Room 'S CAFE WANTED: BOOKKEEPER AND office girl. State qualifications. Write Box AX, in care of Daily Times Herald. 22-161-3tc Male-Female Help 23 DETASSELING CONTRACTS . Available: Farmers—Housewives —Partially Employed — Family Groups—Detassel 3 and Vi acres Pioneer Seed Corn and earn $87.50. Detassel in individual plots in Pioneer Seed Fields located near Glidden, Coon Rapids. Hours of work not specified. Contracts adjusted to fit time you have available. Contracts limited to Adults and Experienced Detasselers—17 years and over. Apply to: Garst it Thomas Hybrid Corn Company, Coon Rapids, Iowa.f 23-154-ltc Houses for Sale DIAL 9811. 60-160-6tc 63 FOR SALE: NEW 2-BEDROOM house to be moved off farm. Has living room, 2 bedrooms, family-size kitchen with built-in cabinets and bath complete with new fixtures. Can be moved on Low-Boy Trailer. Priced for quick sale. First $2,500 takes it. See Duane Schmidt 10 miles south of Coon Rapids. 63-161-3tc COMPLETELY REMODELED 4- bedroom home on tree' shaded lot 4 blocks from town. Gas heat and double garage. G. D. Prlngle. 63-162-2tc Apartment for Rent 65 Situation Wanted 24 WANTED: FARM JOB OF ANY kind, experienced with livestock and machinery. Write R. c/o Daily Times Herald. 24-159-5tc Hatcheries 32 FOR SALE! NEW TERRAMYCIN Egg Formula Deal. Helps maintain and increase summer egg production. Also good for treating diseases. Guaranteed by Pfizer. Buy Vi lb. and save $2.19. Kruse Hatchery, W. on Hwy. 30. 32-159-8tc 33 Farm Machinery BRING YOUR COMBINE OR binder canvas in NOW for repair. Also see the new combine canvas at Kramer Shoe Shop. 33.141-tfc Seeds & Feeds • 34 FEED - SEED - FERTIL^EII- Farm Supplies—Twine — Chemicals for weeds, insects, rodent control. Special: Bloat control for cattle, sheep. Wormers for hogs, poultry, cattle, sheep. Farm Service in Breda. 34-l59-6tc COMPLETE LINE OF WEED killers In stock, also 33-p-0 and 45-0-0 nitrogen fertiliser. Farmers Grain Lumber Co., Carroll. FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen. Phone 3109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll, Iowa. . 65-58-ltC COOL MODERN DOWNTOWN apt., 4 rooms and bath. Dial 9376. 65-128-tfc FURNISHED TRAILER, CEMENT patio with - awnings. Graham Trailer Park. Phone 4122. 68-158-tfc APARTMENTS AV A I L A B LE: Furnished or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc COOL AND CLEAN. COMPLETE private* floor. Can be furnished. Dial 9643, 1121 No. Maim 65-154-tfc Farms - Farms Farms Floyd, Howard and Mitchell County, Iowa, farms. Also southern Minnesota, From 5.acres to 625 acres. Several close to both public and Catholic schools. Tell us what you want, We will send information to you at once. Schultheis-Venteicher 509 Main St. — Osage, Iowa Phone 84 67-163-2tc Misc. Real Estate 70 SEE US TO BUY OR SELL YOUR home, business or farm Also for farm loans and Insurance. Burns Real Estate Office, 212 West 5th Street. 70-60-tfo SJHttfe r0R SALE:|F IT'S A FARM, -wivJtJ:; home, or building lot see me. Livestock for Sals 411 Frank Hoffmann, Dial 2210. '• : " ' V'-*- ' TO -155-tfc FOR SALE: HAMP BQAR. PH. WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH 4 on 16, Leonard Popp, Area- WANT ADS PAY YOU OA8H dia. 41-163-3tpi FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS to $25© Per In Your Own ...Business ffAi11'2oSf1 , Hf, l XS.? i f t 4 bu ^ r fi l 9 ?»ch county In lhi« »r»». Make from !iK . t ,?,A s B 0 ift w . ee u kl > NO i rl ^ D»Ho» m«n It averaging over $250 profit SSSfi ^'.W^' free to travel «nall area. Home every night if you wvernmenti " J ! *'* 4 * - y »*' rvlfl «AUMon». .farmer*, munlcipi Petroleum Reactor Laboratories, Inc. For *UU d.t.Ul wrttli J ^SH^l^S ^9»m H*"^^, BE SURE of a PLEASANT TROUBLE FREE VACATION With One • of These Good, Sound, ' INSPECTED USED CARS 1956 Ford Custom 4-door V-8 with radio, heater and Fordomatlc drive. Low mileage and a well cared for car. 1956.Ford Fairlane Four door -V8, green and white, radio, heater, Fordomatic drive, a local one owner car. 1955 Ford Mainline 6 cylinder four door, two tone green and white, a local one owner, very exceptional car. 1955 Mercury Monterey Hard Top Yellow and black, radio, heater and overdrive. 1955 Buick Special Deluxe hardtop with radio, heater and automatic drive. 1953 Pontiac 8 cylinder four door sedan. Green, with radio, heater and automatic drive. Many Other Nice Cars to 1 Choose From 1951 Ford tudor. 1951 Mercury tudor. 1951 Chevrolet tudor. 1951 Pontiac four door. 1949 Chevrolet tudor. 1949 Mercury tudor. 1949 Plymouth four door. Good Buys in Used Trucks 1950 Ford 1 Vi ton cab over. 1951 Ford Vi ton pickup. 1952 Studebaker Vi ton pickup. 1954 Ford Vi ton truek. 1949 Ford 2 ton truck. BILL BURGESS Aut6 Service n AN OUNCE OF CARE SAVES RE- pair! ,. . Depend on our expert servicing to keep your ear at its best . . . Complete service shop from lubrication to body work. Carroll Motor Co. 75-111-tfc WINKER SERVICE - COM- plete radiator service, body and tender repair. Dial 2130. 75-284-tfo REMINDER! HOW LONG SINCE your car had a motor tune-up? Now's the time to have this work done! You'll gVt faster starting, better 'gas economy, smoother engine operation We service all makes. Houlihan Motors 75-14-tfc ASC- (Continued from Page 1) alternate, Albert Soyer; second Joseph C. Schirck. Jasper Township — Chairman, Arnold Heuton; vice chairman, Glenn Hall; member, John Q. Hunt; first alternate, Lester Legore; second' alternate, Raymond Kruse. Kntest Township — Chairman, Herman W. Orote; vice chairman, Fred H. Thelen; member, Melvin Reinhart; first alternate, Joseph Hermsen; second alternate, Phillip Lens. Maple River Township — Chairman, Paul Ocken; vice chairman, Walter J. Heires; member, Lawrence Venner; first alternate, Victor Jons; second alternate, Joseph Schrad. Newton Township — Chairman, Maurice R. Orossman; vice chair man, Arthur Tigges; member, Henry J. Meiners; first alternate, Phillip M. Kennebeck; second al ternate, Paul D. Schroeder. Pleasant Valley Township Chairman, Alois C. Bernholtz; vice chairman, Edward P. Brincks; member, Louis B. Schmitz; first alternate, Joseph Handlos; second alternate, Alphonse Tigges. Richland Township — Chair man, George Slocum; vice chair' man, Doyle Conner; member, George J. Fiedler; first alternate, Daryle Betts; second alternate, Gerald Bull. Roselle Township —Chairman, Herman Beyerlntt vice chairman, John H. Starman; member, Alvin Eich; first alternate, John G. Rotert; second alternate, Cyril Eich. Sheridan Township — Chair* man, Albert Wenck; vice chair* man, Theodore Harmenlng; member, Harry Wenck; first alternate, Lowell Schleisman; second alternate, Marvin Beyerink. Union Township — Chairman, Beryl V. Gymer; vice chairman, Walter Schumacher; member, Eli Rees; first alternate, John J. Schumacher; second alternate, Donald A. Herron. Washington Township — Chairman, Julius Schroeder; vice chairman, Herbert J. Frahm; member, Walter Branning; first alternate, Virtus Martens; second alternate, Virtus Vollstedt. Wheatland Township — Chairman, Steve Venner; vice chairman, William C. Neppl; member, Louis J. Stork; first alternate, Wilbur H. Bruening; second alternate, Carl Von Glan. created a top-level home-front war agency called the "Office of Emergency Resource!" to supervise price, wage, rationing, priority and manpower controls. Key official! supervised the test operations from other secret headquarters and already this news operations center, dubbed "News- point" and located in a city to the south of Washington, was in operation. Next week, after three days of emergency civil defense tests, more than 5,000 government officials and key subordinates will seek to re-establish normal government Operations* from 80 safe relocation centers in half a dozen states. Operation Alert is intended to be a preview of substantially what would happen if this country actually were plunged into war after a surprise assault that left mil lions dead or wounded, more millions homeless and penniless, and a great part of Industry obliterate ed. The simulated actions so far tak en In addition to the creation of the Office of Emergency resources (OER) under Gordon Gray, the director of the office of defense mobilization, include: 1. Creation of eight subordinate agencies in the fields of produc Hon,' economic stabilization, man power, transportation, minerals, housing, food, and communications and energy. J. Drafting of a "freeze" order to nail down prices, wages, and rents at current levels. Individual price orders would come later, 8. Fixing policies for the ration' ing of consumer goods and foods. 4. Preparation of a sweeping but voluntary system of manpower controls to steer workers into es sential jobs and keep them there. 5. Establishment, by the produc tion agency, of a priority and al locating system to feed vital ma terials into war production. 6. Setting up a mandatory ays tern of priorities on communications. 7. The licensing of all business es. The licenses of firm violating controls could be suspended or. revoked* putting them out of bull* nets. • ,' ..-Si;/ I. Setting up a wage stabilize* tion board with public, Industry and labor members, also an ages* cy to settle labor disputes. Meanwhile other officials were busy with the problems of helping the people survive the supposed immediate effects of the mock attack. Miss Carroll- (Continued from Page 1) { Winner of the "Miss Congeniality** trophy, selected by contestants from their own number, then wQl be announced followed by the ah* nouncement of "Miss Carroll Of 1957" and presentation of the "Miss Carroll" trophy. Winner of the "Miss Carroll" title will represent the community in the Miss Iowa Pageant at Clear take, June 26, 27 and 28, and winner of the "Miss Iowa" title will compete In the Mist America Pageant at Atlantic City, N. J. The panel of judges was completed Friday morning with the addition of two more names, Wilbur Harris of Lohrville and Henry O. Lynch of Ottumwa. Mr. Harris is the director of instrumental music in the Lohrville Community School, He it a graduate of the University of Illinois and is playing this summer with the Ft. Dodge Municipal Band; Mr. Lynch is in the wholesale radio and television parts business in Ottumwa. He is chairman of the wholesale division of the Ottumwa Chamber of Commerce and a past national director of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, REPORT TRUCK REVENUE DES MOINES I* — The Iowa Commerce Commission Friday reported $18,579 revenue from certificated passenger and freight motor carriers during the quarter ended last June 90. The money is credited to the rood ute tax fund. Legal Notices OF ADMINISTRATORS STATE OF IOWA, the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as administrators of the estate of Otto H. Jentzen deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment; and those having ; claims. aSfclnit, the..sims^ will^pre-1 sent them, duly authenticated,' to the undersigned for allowance, and file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Louie Jentzen and Atvtn V. Jentzen, Administrators Ralph M. Crane, Attorney Dated July 11, low T „, , Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk District Court July 12, 19, 26, 1957 Ford Dealer of Courttwme treot ' IN 1957 Mske both ends meet — use the Want Ads! If you have a vacancy to let, or maybe things to cell, a' Classified Ad is your speediest means to get results. • PHONE 3573 DAILY TIMES HERALD Purina Bulky-Las Whets Appetites, Helpi Maintain Top Cow Condition Dairymen don't ordinarily complain this time of year about milk flow or cow condition. But, when lush pasture grass contains up to 85 per cent water, cows often eat so much gras6 they get full and won't eat their grain. They continue to milk well, but often lose weight if they do not eat enough grain while on lush pasture. Then, when pastures turn brown, most of the grain ration will be needed to maintain the cows' bodies. Milk production usually drops off when body condition Is poor. Juergens Produce and Feed CHECKERBOARD NEWS By Checkerboard Service Man DONALD DANNER Purina Malathion Spray Kills Flits This time Of year you need an insect spray ; ,th at provides "all-around the farm" fly control. WelL we have i ust the answer for you: It's 'urina Malathion Spray, an economical product for many farm jnd ranch »utei. It's ideal for controlling flies around farm huildinga , . , for killing garden and crop inteett . . . and for killing Spotted. Alfalfa Aphids. You can get "all-around the farm" insect and fly protection this year with New Purina Mal­ athion Spray. We'll gladly give you complete instructions for effective use on your farm or ranch. Maintain Body Condition With Bulky-Las Top-feed palatable Bulky-Las with whatever ration you are now feeding ... (up to one-half S allon per cow per milking), ulky Las stimulates cows' appetites, adds body-building nourishment to your ration, and keeps cows producing well, right up. to (dry-off time, Cows go for the molasses, bulky beet pulp, alfalfa meal, vitamins and minerals in Bulky-Las. Bulky-Las helps balance with minerals and energy the watery grass your cows eat on pasture No matter what kind of grain ration you are now feeding, SBk us about Bulky-Las. We will gladly give you proof that Bui ky.Las Is tops when it comes to helping maintain cow condition. Stop in at our store when you' in town and let us help you. New Hog Program Helps Cut Market- Time to 4 2/3 Months Purina has just developed a new hog program. It's designed to help you grow your hogs to preferred market weights faster than ever before. On Purine's New Hog Program you may now grow your noes to 100 pounds in only four ana two-thirds months. Think of it . . . farrowing to market in only four and two-thirds months. On our new hog pro- f ;ram you give your litters a ast start with improved highly- palatable Baby Pig Chow and Pig Startena. After pigs put on those fast low-cost early gains, you hurry them to market by supplementing your home grown grain with a new. growth- promoting Purina Hog Cnow. ' This New Hog Program lets you make even more efficient ute' of your home-grown grain than previous Purina feeding plans. Drop into the store toon. We'll give you the full details about this new, simple, eaty-to follow Hog Program. Kill Those Flies Now • Get the jump on the fly problem this summer. Sprinkle PURINA FLY BArT lightly wherever flies gather. In the dairy barn, poultry house, kennel... and in outdoor areas, too. Flies naturally go for Purina Fly Bait..And does it kill 'em. So, be sure to check your Checkerboard Man, and beat the fly problem, IJUUUUU * • New lo-Dairy , Your 3-Wqy Dairy Cleoner lo-Dairy does the work* of three separate products — it cleans, it sanitises, and, it removes milk-stone —--all in one operation. Your local health officer or milk inspector will give you WB recommendations on ^ lo-Dairy in yom>. gram. 1 • . ^ > mmm

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