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The /Ill-Steel farm ßulldinq for All America - — ■ YOUR QUONSET DEALER / maintains compléta / a building erection serv- / Æ k«. Consult him ! / II I if; Üw . ; ■ l ■ •j . iiP . ii; Mill; 1 ! ■ : I A? : I!ii! i 'f/f Isjlliij : Quonsets are available in many color combinations ' liil! I i r c % GRAIN STORAGE More end more -the American Farmer is relying on Quonsets For UVESTOCK SHELTER CORN STORAGE ERUIT STORAGE IMPLEMENT STORAGE v* POULTRY HOUSES . t • e • «i MISCELLANEOUS In the last ten years production methods on the farm have been tremendously speeded by the use of modern machinery. Many crops are now harvested in days instead of weeks. This stepped-up productivity has emphasized the need for farm service buildings that are more functional—buildings which •re efficient production tools —which supplement machinery in increasing the production of both crops and animals. With a Stran-Steel Quonset, the farmer has the finest non-combustible farm service building obtainable. It provides maximum comfort, convenience, efficiency, durability and adaptability. Its clean functional lines make it a source of pride and satisfaction. Its low maintenance cost and dependability mark it as a sound investment that will keep on producing year after year. GREAT LAKES STEEL CORPORATION »•OOUCIt Of Stron-Steal Divition • Ecorse, Detroit 29, Michigan KSbbh MIOH-TINSIli •Till NATIONAL STEEL * r~ — I Use this coupon for information about Quonsets as I a farm production tool. We will include data on sizes, * colors, andthenameof your nearest Quonset dealer, from I whom you can get the detailed I i costa. i 1 <n rmtfcwfon Toifaf/ j NAME. i \ I ADDRESS. I I CITY_ l STATE_ r 17 I »TBAN-STEEU AND QUONSET BEO. U.S. PAT. OFF. . 1 New Products % Devices and Equipment For Farm and Home . I v. WESTATE LAND LEVELER intro duced by Western States Equipment Co. uses a hydraulic mechanism to hold scraper in plane with front wheels of tractor and rear control float, thus greatly reducing length of equipment needed for effective leveling. Control float can be .detached and scraper used alone. . WM * HAY-KING RAKE operates hydrau lically at high speeds. Pivoted at cen ter to assure clean raking on uneven ground. Available in 14 or 24-loot lengths. Longer model hinges for easy transportation. Made by Automatic Equipment Mfg. Co. ... > fill |l FUEL PUMP is said to eliminate fire hazard in refueling cars, tractors or trucks. Delivers from 10 to 28 gallons per minute at easy cranking speed. Made by Blackmer Pump Co. $■** <nm % j 4 il 'Ml * i..• s ; .lib! » «1 SELF SHARPENING TINES for most all popular makes of rotary tillers per drait tilling up to 10 inches deep and are said not to "ball" up when tilling grass. Made by Windolph Tractor Co. CHEMICAL KILLS MITES DEVELOPMENT of a new mb toxic chemical to kill mites, tiny bugs which have become a widespread problem for fruit growers, nursery men, chicken farmers and home gar deners, is announced by Naugatuck chemical division, United States Rub ber Co. It will be available to com mercial growers for the first time this year under the trade name Ara mite. Tests for control of chicken mites and chiggers have been good, where the chemical has been sprayed in chicken houses and cm lawns and grasses, where chiggers lie in wait for a chance to hop on humans or ani mals. Aramite's chemical construction is 2- (p-tert-butylphenoxy) isopropyl 2 chloroethyl sulfite. It is being sold as a wettable powder with recom mended dosages of between 1 and 2 pounds per 100 gallons of water, de pending upon type of application. ■Wl HYDRANT VALVE for- portable irri gation system is said by the makers. McDowell Mfg. Co., to speed setting up. moving and operation of lateral lines oft primary lines. Illustration shows hydrant and valve body as semblies at left and, at right, hydrant in piece on valve body. ■ i •V, ■ cW u k fi HR WATER SYSTEM for home service is whbily self contained yet measures only 12 by 28 inches high. Made in two sizes by the Advance Pump Co., the units deliver up to 972 gallons per hour. —•-"I DUS.T MASK made by the General Scientific Equipment Co. weighs less than Và ounce. Replaceable filters pro tect from dusts though not from arsenic and other fine toxic dusts.