The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 23, 1963 · Page 8
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 8

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Tauy's Toot Hope everybody's somebody's valentine. Black Cows, White pie As Black And )eans edCor Com y * * * r af tm " • • • * •• **••••«, •••••«.... • • • •• t • • • •••• • • • • • 4 • r 0 v 0, A. I. VAN CLEAVE riiere's an (inharmonious look about a black cow with a white calf at her udder. Especially when the calf is as big as its mother. But it's a common sight right now on the (Good Brothers Farm, located 13 miles south of Homewood in Anderson County. The Good boys, Eldon, Lewis and James, are breeding white Charo- lais bulls to black Angus heifers. The reason is as simple as black and white. Charolais beef cattle grow faster and larger than the more common beet breeds such as Angus. They are highly resistant to some insects and some diseases, including pink eye and cancer eye. The Charolais' long, strong legs give it great rangeability for foraging. Its early maturity and prolificacy make it an ideal breeding animal. And the Charolais meat is of v» breeding them to the heifers they have, mostly Angus but a few Herefords and Shorthorns. By breeding and keeping many of the female offsprings they hope to build up in 10 years a herd of 400 to 500 head, all Charolais or Charolais cross. Male offsprings are sold as replacement cattle or as feeders. The three brothers and their mother, Mrs. Alice Good, own 2,006 acres of some of the finest farmland in Anderson County. In addition they rent several hundred acres, mostly for pasture. Right now the Goods have 23S head of cattle. They raise corn, milo, soybeans and wheat and feed about 200 head of hogs a year. The brothers also are dealers in anhydrous ammonia and su> unloaders. . ^ The Goods bought their X^ ^o lais bulls and a few co r <^V cV^«s- *V» Ottawa Herald FIRST IN KANSAS BUM DOttM* M Ot> Robert •. tttiUnita Editor And PubHihW •crlptlnn rnte» to trad* «rM—Bf •ne month 11.00, three monthi. monthi, |5.00, OM yeir i.oo! uo rate* ouuld* trmdt *rM OM mntb, H.Mi IBTM •Is aentb*. M.W: ra* "HE AMOCUTBD -» u ntniM «*. 1 publication *l •jBtMMmu "»£.*> s^.** ^^•W^SV-'*^^«A^ & %yj>>;*&ssv 4 < c*ES *> V> VvV^K v«,». VS• V>> * «>:^;x^Vvv* y ^ ° /. *&/v V^ 0*^7' •&!* £\ /-**» ^ %^v ** ^ fy C** *A^ ^ S*t* **&& { Pe s ' ! />4 •£> ^ y&\\ V r\~i i T*C i ours The Ottawa Herald •ft* *fcto* ^rfav c «*""°^% <%^%V % \\ \ '<& s£$<*&&*^ Xsv fv. *4. * " "^ ~* ** ^>> ;A' 8 \V^-\v News, pictures and articles about local people, places and things, yours daily. Ann Landers, friend and adviser to the teenager and worried adult, yours daily. Dr. Joseph Molner, authority on modern health problems, yours daily. Heloise Cruse, friend and adviser to the housewife, yours daily. The funniest of comic strips and car- The most thorough coverage of local sports events, yours daily. (You can follow your favorite basketball team into the district and, we hope, regional and state tournaments, in The Herald.) A guide for shopping, yours daily in the advertisements. The most dramatic and significant state, national and international news, yours daily. All this in a handsomely-printed, daily toons, yours daily. edition. Television schedule and highlights, yours There's not much more you could ask in daily. a local-type daily newspaper. Appealing columns by Herald writers, Whatever more you could ask, we'll try yours regularly. to provide that, too. Authoritative farm reports, yours regu- Let us, help us, inform and entertain larly. you daily? The Ottawa Herald In Pursuit Of Osase C Carbondale, Scranton Win By GENE RAMSEY BURLINGAME-A near-capaci- ly crowd saw defending champion Melvern open the 1963 Osage Bounty basketball tournament with a decisive 62-36 win over out-manned Olivet. In other first - round action Icranton edged Lyndon, 36-32, and Garb- '.ale upset Quenemo with -quarter rally, 41-30. In to- r—I action Overbrook will tan\ ,th Burlingame in the final , \ ound game at 6:40. At 8, \ \ - n and Scranton will square \\ a championship bracket = wls game. first tourney game, Mel- mped to a 22-5 first-quar- 1 and was never pressed Olivet Rams. Wayne Cran- Panthers' 6-lMi senior, 1 18 first-half points to gi „ lelvern team a 41-18 lead' ed opening-night scorers with :ls. Bob Criss chipped in A^ V \S.° <^<& and Jim Lacey and Dale -•chamer each had 8. Melvin | ' -iams paced Olivet with 13 points. In the closest game of the evening Scranton eked out a 36-32 CARBONDALE ton 211; Kitch 1 3 1; Starkba' "i 441; Dahl JO- 8. .^*e ry 0 1 2; Niehoff 0 2 0 3. Totals 13 $&&& The box scores: MELVERN (62) - Burnett 0 2 1; Cranwell 10 4 2; Criss 3 3 1; Geier 202; Gibson 001; Haworth 1 1 2; Kramer 1 0 0; Lacy 324; Mochamer 403; Patterson 101. Totals 25 12 17 OLIVET (36) - Adams 3 7 3; Berends 012; Combes 303- Harsch 3 2 4; Neil 142; Weimer 1 0 0. Totals 11 14 14. Score at half: Melvern 41 Olivet 18. LYNDON (32) - Bremer 3 2 0; Lippert 143; Newton 122; Trendel 2 4 5; Walquist 0 0 4" Ogle 222. Totals 9 14 16 SCRANTON (36) - DeSha- 114; Traphagen 252; Wir 113; Oberle 544; Weddl 3; Laubach 013; Dunna' 0 1. Totals 12 12 20. Score at half: Lyndon J' fa QUENEMO (30) - ^ev i^l * i «*»°

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