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Plant your savings here for security and profit. J BELLEVILLE BUILDING & LOAN ASSN. BELLEVILLE, KANSAS Enclosed find $ Please Open ( ) Add to ( ) my Savings Account. Name If Joint Account, Please List Both Names Address, City State (If new account, passbook will be sent by mail) Each Account Insured Up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, An Agency of the U. S. Government. Office Hours: 9 to 12, I to 4; Saturday: 9 to 12 Ranch Bowl League Bowling- Ranch BowlIWaughOil&Gas 4~'~ Kramer's Furniture 35 (Games played through Friday, December 31) L & B Electric 35 Boogaart's WOMEN'S LEAGUES w ! The Jewells 38 OBITUARY--Mrs. Steve Patnode The casket bearers were Ercil -- Burgess, Noel Runyon, Clifford Estella Caroline Stone, daugh-IC rtner' Ira Powell, Carold Van Schoiack and Gale Tegley. In- ter of Marco and Amanda Stone, !terment was in the Burr Oak was born Sept. 15, 1884, in Phil- 'Cemetery. The Kramer Funeral ,40 . . I Swope s 26 46 High Indivtduala, 3 C ~me I Hi-- " di "-u" 3 " r gn in vaa ats, t James" Fazth Stroup, 560; Nyla Be g, [~1 T ~V, ~ ~ " 4^^,oao; .nester xaan- aIo. ,l~s H.~,ges, ~.~ Ison, 551; Dick Callaway, 549 rfign mmv~auais, ~mgle tJame. . w,;tt, + ')n~. F~;th ~+~ ~U~" [ rllgn mmvlaual& ~mgte taame: " t,-. V'lMelvin LaRue, 244; Don Fogo, benefit for dairy cattle in using l FORT BENNING, this material even though it William H. Bingh creates some significant chem-Harry H. Bingham . ical change in the silage. I Kans has been Wisconsin data showed that Commanding Officer voluntary intake by dairy ani-quarters and Head( lips County, Kans where she i Home was in charge mals of treated cam silage was pany, U. S Army grew to womanhood. Dec. 25, t Those from a distance who significanlly reduced when cam- Station, Fort Benning, 1906, at high noon, Stella was ;came for the funeral of Mrs. pared with non-treated silage. ! The 35 year old United in marriage to Steve Pat- !Steve Pat node were: Mr. and Also, the milk fat percentage graduate of Kansas node. To this union were bom lMrs. Owen Abbott of Republi- was somewhat lowered, versity, two sons, Gerald of Beatrice, can City, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. 26 200; Kas Hodges, 191. Since no milk production re- he received his i The Mixers 36 216; Tom Cavanaugh, 204. Nebr and Ivan of Kansas City, Harvey Rumbaugh, Mr. and Mrs. sponse can be demonstrated by June, 1959 Prior to his The Sparklers 32 31 M N A'G-UF Kans Paul Snow and Sina Molzahn of adding calcium carbonate to en- Kansas State Vniversil Ranch Hands 32 32 A rol ult Stella was converted under I Phillipsburg, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. stied forages, this practice is not Bingham served with t - the ministry of Estella Loinard A. G. Van Kooten of Concordia, recommended Furthermore, sil-lAir Force as hart of Pin Pushers 27 37 : w .l who also nassed away on Dec-;Kans.; Tillie and Lillie Patnode ages treated "with calcium car-I - ua State Bank of Esbon 26 38 nlgnts at olumous "-- i r . Fighter Bomber Sq High Individuals, 3 Games",w ! n.b ember 30, 1965. Stella was a of Esbon, Kans M. and Mrs. bonate may supply the cow with Korea 1952 : Roach, 479; Eva Menden- Jerry s Standard 44 27 charter member of the Church of Mitchie Woemer and Arnold of detrimental additional amounts " :'" --:ce ,~,~ ,-'.-s o~ ~o, o. . ' " " I ~urmg ms servl hall, 464; Norma Kiehl, 463. V.F.W. 40 32 ~ ~ ^ ~. r~.~^ ~ ~a the Nazarene m Burr Oak where Supermr, Nebr Mr. and Mrs. of calcmm c( i~ ,-~,~ ~=s,u, oo oo . . . ~apt. mngnam nas rv High Individuals, Single Game: State Exchange Bank 39 33 u,o she served and attended so fazth- Ench Penner of Mankato, Kans Beef Nutrition Important In 1 ' Eva Mendenhall, 199; Midge Oli- Lumberjacks 33~ 38 I~,~no~o ~ ~ fully until her health faded. IMr. and Mrs. Raymo d ynd of~Reproducflve Efficiency I~ o th, vet, 168; Roma Grout, 167. St. Theresa's 31 41 Two years ago it became ne- i Alton, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank [ High condition, or overfatness, 1 ""~' : Anderson and Rev and Mrs ~,~.~ ~ o~, w~e ~vz~-~-, : TII Sh[ Seems Barber Shop 28 44 Newell Alexander 534" Georoe cessary for Stella to have per- :. [can cause temporary or perman-:ean Presidential Unit High Individuals, 3 Ganms:' ' ' sonal care She moved to the,uan et omy usDome, v-ans.;[ent steridty in both bulls and Ct, o vese' Cosand, 532; Joe Reinert, 520. . ' a e ' W ! Richard Diamond, 600; Art Berg,I tm, h lnrllvid.nl~ inol, P m .iCozy Comer Rest Home in Mr. and Mrs:. Gerald P .od Icows. This occurs frequently real .ha h. .-innal ~nlato Greenhouse 44 28 562; Melvin Blecha, 550. IT ~,Z'~,~.~,~n-~.'l~f~==:'lDowns, Kans to be cared for. land Sharon ~am or ~eatr~ce, lpurebredheifersfittedforshows.~e~,~-~;;.~, ier Gas & Off42 30 High Individuals, Single Game: 2an- Newell Mexm &r 199 Here she departed this hfe so Nebr Mr. and Mrs. Iva Pat l Excess cond hon can also af-} ,U, Co-op Elev. 31 Richard Diamond, 215; Melvin " peacefully in perfect rest with[node, Annette and Terry,mlfect the longevity of the cow.[ apt" mngnam an .e :tare ;xchange Bank 31 40 Blecha, 213; Art Begr, 209. Mid her master Dec. 30, 1965. A few[Kansas City, 14.arts. [In addition to reporductive prob- me ormer t orma I lems v " I wiontrose, Kans,liter err Standard 30 weeks ago before this last ser- [,o erfeedmg can also re- -.H . . 7." ,chell Coop. 44 ],olte . " " . . . . " . " . . " " . ' [ SANTA CLAUS DIDN'T BRING ALL THE 527; LaVeme Haegert, 517. thers, Clarence Stone of Repub- what you are feeding, help you pay for High Individuals, Single Game: lican City, Nebr Lewis Stone of post-hospital care YOUR CHILDREN AND GRAND- Cecil Clark, 227; Gene Meeker, Caldwell, Idaho, and Jim Stone 65. Your wife also WANTED FOR CHRISTMAS, 203; John Morris, 189. of Loveland, Colo.; three sisters, Post Christmas'Dinner gible for hospital HAVE MANY GII ITEMS FOR SALE. Leona Abbot of Republican City, ------- she reaches 65. YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BECAUSE Mr. Jimmy Warren of Nebr Katie Houk of Tacoma, A post-Christmas family din- Lodge, Kansas was a Wash and Alice Hampton of net was held at the home of Christmas ITEMS ARE MARKED DOWN. house guest over the Christmas Los Angeles, Calif.; and a host Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson of Mr. and Mrs. holidays at the home ofMrs. of devoted friends and other Webber Monday, December 27. were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Kuiken and relatives. Calcium Carbonate Doesn't Those present included: Mr. and erson, Kathy and r and Cheryl are Funeral services were held on Improve Silage For Mrs. Wayne Wilosn, Sandra and chinson, Jan. 2, 1966, at the Dairy Animab F A, Marvin and Bob of Great and Church in Burr Oak The calcium t~ i ! !