The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 28, 1963 · Page 21
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 21

Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, January 28, 1963
Page 21
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THE OTTAWA HERALD 11 Monday, Jan. », 1063 • • BILL DING Don't let AND HUBBARD LUMBER CO Salute the 17th Annual Soil Conservation Meeting Jan. 30-Memorial Auditorium ^r • ^^ ^^ • ^^ » dig away your soil! fcjPlJA PlliO.%fey»yg 5 0 // Conservation and Farm Modernization Go Together Like BILL DING and HUBBARD LUMBER! See Your SCS for all your Soil Conservation Problems, then see Congratulations to the Franklin ty Soil Conservation District and the •I BILL DING" at HUBBARD LUMBER CO. for ALL YOUR FARM BUILDING NEEDS! Let Us Modernize Your Farm... We Have the Plans and Materials to Fit All of Your Exact Needs. Board of Supervisors on the fine job they are doing in assisting the farmers of Franklin County in carrying o u t a complete soil and water conservation program on their farms. Each year more and more farmers are joining the soil conservation district and receiving assistance in the planning and application of conservation practices such as grassed waterways, terraces, farm ponds, grass seeding and the other practices which make up a soil and water program. Soil conservation is not only important to the farmers but to the businessmen and other people living and working in our cities. Most of the food and fiber so necessary to our American way of life is produced from the fertile top soil of pur farms, and without soil conservation practices this soil would be lost and the land would no longer supply our needs. CLEAR SPAN FRAMED BUILDINGS IDEAL FOR FARM SHELTER and COST LESS than you expect to pay! \ We are the Franchisee! Dealen tor Pruden Clear-Span Framed Buildings in fhis Area. You g»f mere strength, /ess weight, lower cost with Prvcftn—expert engineering mokes the difference. Pruden Clear Span Framed Buildings offer the widest versatility for agriculture shelters. They are ideal for machine sheds, poultry houses, loafing barns, garages, hog farrowing houses, and many other needs such as school bus garages, truck terminals, warehouses, fair build- bigs, etc. Pruden Clear Span feature affords unobstructed interiors •from wall to wall and from floor to roof. Standard widths are 30, 40,50 and 60 feet, and buildings can be any length. You receive best value with a Pruden Framed Building because you can incorporate all building materials, each to its best advantage. Building may be enclosed with wood, steel, aluminum, asbestos, block or other materials. Many roof materials are used. Pruden Buildings art most versatile! LOSE or WIN? •>' t f %t A ff t jft v ' •*> °- * w#*&' ; .xf'V, The difference between a winning and a losing farm operation is often a difference in TOPSOIL. The farmer who neglects to maintain the productivity of his topsoil is gambling with his most valuable asset, needlessly risking all the money and years of effort he has put into his property. The farmer who consistently practices the proven methods of soil conservation is playing safe with his future, protecting his investment, building for a permanently successful operation. Ter- race and contour plowing to halt erosion ... crop rotation to prevent soil depletion ... are basic principles .of sound farm management. A well-planned program of soil conservation, combined with good management and buildings planned with your specific farm needs in mind can keep your farm on the winning, side. See your Soil Conservation Service for yo.ur soil conservation problems and consult with us for the best planned farm buildings and remodeling. V LUMBER* OTTAWA,KAMSAS Servian Your Needs Since 1870 BETWEEN TH£> PJJESS/JV/WP TELL ALL OFTHEMMT.. BUT YOU THAT MISS PAAY NOT APP —THAT HAP NOTHING TO PO WITH PELANE COMINSTOTHE ...IMAVCKITHAP TIME TO BE PRESI PENTOFMAUMEE/ —WHATfc IN THE •FROM MAWMEE ALUMNI AC PILING UP. WRITERS ASK IF YOU WILL PIS/MISS PEAN PAAV' THE NEXT PEAN OF WOMSN WILL ANP INSURANCE MVESTI6ATOK INQUIRING ABOUT THAT ACTOR £>JS- APPEARINO fOH, NO.' WHAT WAe THE CHARSE THIS WOW/ WHAT'S SO STEAMED A3OUTP HI,TOOTS.' ISAIDNI, < TOOTS...W RECKLESS WALKING.' JU5T GOT ANOTHER TRAFPIC TICKET/ ^ I CAN SEE THE BOV IS SICK, DOCTOR TOM, BUT WHAT UMM,VES--rLL HAVE JNOUtL DO NOTHING TO NOTIFY THE -t-^oF THE SORT, AUTHORITIES- ) TOM DOBBINS.' THE HIGH TEMPERATURE MAY STEM PPOM EXPOSURE OR PROM THE BUMP HE HAD ON THE HEAD WE'LL JUST HAVE 11 WONDER WHO THE TO WAIT AND SEE 1 LITTLE FELLOW IS.'.' v / DOES HE I CANT TELL r, SARAH BOB NArt-OR 1-26 COULD I MOOCH \ A LITTLE ) WILL POWEfZ? / I POIM'T SMOtfE THEM, MOOCHEK BEETLE, COULP I MOOCMACIGAEETTE OFF VOU? MBV/ I THOUGHT IT )' UJAe A ** Jk lfc.l<**r> •*>! I*— ^"V MAN/ I'LL START A NEW FAD/ DO VOU THINK IT'S TO WEAR THAT THING TO SCHOOL? WAS AGAINST THE RULES FDR STUDENTS TO THROW SNOWBALLS?" A TEACHER*

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