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LEFT TO RIGHT: Louis Champlain, Elmer Srevens,
Calvin Kuntzelrnan, Clny Wiley.
J. L. CL,ARK'S
Stillman Valley, lllinois
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Archie Arnlonr, Frank Mayer,
Sam Goeken, Elmer Stevens, Fred Kruse.
Page 13 text:
During the year the student council does much
by governing the student body. This year a new
type of program was planned for the noon hour.
Among the games played were, basketball, check-
ers, chess, dominoes, and ping pong. Tournaments
were planned for each game, the winners were given
awards. Also during the school year they arranged
films, and assemblies f th
or e students. The work
our spare time more
g a yappreciated.
they have done to make
entertaining is re tl
We wish to express our
appreciation to Pete for daily
s o make our school a
pleasant place to work and
C0""Ci' 3 ytytsustst rcayycaa arcicrr ttyst t yyn
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.. XVIII, No. 5 STILLMAN VALLEY, ILLINOIS, FRlDAY,' NOVEMBER 9, 1951 WHOLE NO. 88:
lillmon Valley l Conservation ls
will have charge of the Glll Scout.. 5, u e
lnthly radio workshop, at the Girl'
out headquarters in Rockford.
Conservation means about 1,2
.lnllars more per average farm ea
Tuesdily afternoon, Mrs. Bee-I g P V I
O U O I ll S O
A group of friends were entertain-
at the Ed Hallblado home Satur'
V evening, in honor of Mr. Hall
.1 ill' in northern Illinois, explained l
.1 B Boatman wine l'1!Ilit'l'V2iLllllllI
ders birthday' L xlcfrlfsclrwiltlrin IE?r:lld1',Pj:i anlilfg
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Baer spent Sun- Q. . N 'i"..f,lnl lfl,',j,f',Ql - DIME, lait Q1-ue
I with the Harley Benders of Ros- A 'QQ '22, 427, liiI'f" Iscfdhl 'W m ' X
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vIr. and Mrs. Boyd Barrick and Mr. A , 42 6004909 iii I a scrap I V Jlecitmall Milli' ilk fllllplgllltlll ng
i Mrs. W. B. Barrick were dinner Senior I ,bi '50, V039 ,O re. The Ogle 1 Week "'j"l'..lill" lllff' llllflb 'ltr H I li
zsts of Mrs. E. W. Brown of Rock- ,S 0 'Jie 59 -' 'nation Commlu Elin! iiiilillilllihl:gilgr5igsciliilagLlx ihgt S'
d' Satumay evening' The dlookea' ttf Collect a l10l5lllnL' and gains' -iii .-ti -I ation can land sholuld be
fir. and Mrs. Sam Gocken were din- senior Q ' hafle asks . 'Q 'V ,lu b. 7 Y I qt b wi x Const
' guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. t ' c 'hls wlleflfl Ruth Frank f"l,lI"'yi 5wyLRfi:0t,iluZIl2:fg or thr
:dcrick Wills. The dinner ' U at 1 'Xt We? l ' '. ' ' ' . ' Q . .
ell in honor of Gilbert, who - - the Still 0522198 I'-11'1",f,l rflsllaf buslllm In COW'
,- x ygu l.I.l! 1- '.
gf-cRl?lf13:gsg,?lEhnen an les to inter , , b -M I linssell Hammer, Polo, represel
H ie if f M 1 ii :lf 2:25555
, - 1 ul-ni -. Q -2 - ' . A hxllwii . . .s l
f ' L momy belun 'l..- l. d el H x lalned th
'Il' and Mrs' J- A- Schler arm pr , x "' ' 0 ' 1 liiost qilarliiiil Sagreeetliadl there is
nt Williamson and Mrs I Q py urcountfy 8- ' -A -
. , v I ' l types 5 ugh the payroll , ed for soil conservation, but ma
odxl ln company with I char , , I-A-M0nth Plan vi- done little about it. He pl
pwpll' from vnyfwl' at 1 for 1 15 I 'ted that within the next 15 yea
mud Oldu OP rl' ill ed f K 1, my improvements will be made. l
'nf "l'f'l"' Y- . ,I and needs grass for erosi
l birthday party for ll. ' . d f 'l t t .
st and Patsy Will-s lv-1 - -V 6 'Ie U- S- Defense 2 . I glass S0:uc..lHEth0ds
.qillst ljitlllu lntllto ld, w U PGFSOINII finqngi -rags Forage... He el
llllllf- llllllllf lu, op0l'a -W -.that importance of makil
i i M su- , f - """""l . when Y0u'reb - . . -
Plllllllli gwvciituros. Kwhen you 3,31 ' -tl.ods. Ile also pointed o
Hndfamll ltlilblc situation. ind sign up to never get anything out a'
qfamlllg S black lnarkexta. 9 Plan. hall what is put in for silag
r. an y. e , - . L- - .
-f fgesegegg - 'z:::..1li .li
Ellph agzh . hlSn1arketin1gAc3nig vtsry , 1 L lnethlod. Hasiaslgmleisgsohocziwseldag
- L ,i -- o f me s eps. e emp s
V'-'flat the ' S00 qem i- nge, and firm packing. He stat
lllglll- ever, pfff' I an y, lliat. grass piles served. as a go
Irs. Mary Rob elcer Ollefawg they emergency measure to harvest t
rd will attend wed 'thai L . young e first crop of hay. This was especil
ie of Mrs. Edw , will 00" . - ll' true ln a wet season like 1951.
. , . .S ndie A and love l . .
l'l'lSi Friday eve ,nl merclla xe, ' One of the highlights of the aft:
Irs. Minnie The - I- 9, c0YYgPt ' Tan, '69er- Af the . ' noon was a 'panel on grass silage e
Mary Dobnlck we - . of e 61 - I l g- Pa? and the ffl ierlences, with Ray Lane, Soil Conse
the Robert Petersons s to C l ..il:e:0W:man.aa anon Sew-Ice, Ambgy, serving
g. . I D 'us . 'fs Willing derator. The 6 members of the pl
Ir. and Mrs. JOB Mlitczk ' ' - 1 Cflfnbat-lf hl lr ' included three farmers from L
'e dinner guests Sunday at 1 1-,,7j' ,gn he's d l ' 'J county Andy Albrecht and Don H
rner Bruns home. 0r'fl9f'-Q, - B ,, M , I X I' V d b lloson, lioth from FYanlili.n Groveg as
lf- and MTB- BOW B- Barrick 'll 0113 " 'P . - ' . 'K P die y E David Wade Dixon: Russell Hamml
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. QH. Bar . 9 , - "W" also ls In ' T Ci"f'lHgf'n Playslthe i l'olo and Glen Reigle, Foneston, S
1 and Mr. and Mrs. Trahern Owl me- ' 'ml ' ln fm'mg ll ays l Farm Adviser George Perisho, 1
- F kShult1 d 'VI 1 li'll l ii li
of Rockford, ut a dinner bridge! W"-1' Y- and MNA ,ran Joh 'Q 'SQ H"x P aye Y E P,-,mented Ogle cgunty.
ty, Saturday evening. fGossip all from tl el' gon g Orffllqgls' the Cleef' l Several unusual points were broug
lr. and Mrs. Ivar Freeberg and ff vig 'sw n ' Wt '3 l' ouston' c0m'liiiiQ by the panel, Albrecht stat
nnette, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Frei--' Thi week we have ah :e ' 'las ' . I ihsg his steers snd dairy cows nev
I and fllllllll' Were dlllllel' KUCSW of with us. He was quite surpr ad C he JU 1015 hope to 599 9Vel'Y0ll9 ln sec pasture. He produced 1200 to
and Mrs. Clarence Wernbvrlr, all the steady couples floatin i. the 00m WNW ,ln allendance- ellhef T of grass silage tlfs year. For ea
day. . ' Ho saw the ex Miss Spragu lk- i TllUl'5daY Ol' Fl'ldaY Yllghl ' 0' b0l-ll l of filling, he pref in the above-grow
Irs. George Lewis was a dinner ing down tho haul with B mea bllrlnllrhts. lpn... He statedxhat his fu-m W
St of Mrs. Allen GTBYW of Oregon. smile on her face. It seems as though
day. Dean was home for a day or two.
lfll- Nels HUDSON, MPS- Fl0l'8 Qlllsl Hey, kids, Harvey said she sat in the
MTS- Sisrld Warner Were HUP' , balcony behind Tom and Floyd G. and'
guests at the Charles Hamb-'ral Shirley B. and Vina C., se the Coro-
lei Sulldib' .7lll8ht- MVS- Tllvfuslllnado theatre, after the Hallowe'en
lb0l'8'l'9tU ed home Wllll Ch-Pm. party the other night. Seems as
fr. and M . Carl Johnson called though 'hay left the pa,-gy sm-ly,
Here is a short summary of the
play. Dad is a terrific efficiency ex-
pert, and it's his idea that what works
in the factory will work in the home!
Despite his high school age daughter's
interest in boys and dates, Dad push-
es ahead with better organizations for
his large and delightful family.
he Iver Pfeebefg home, Salurdal' How about a cream colored Mer- 'rho nlsv havin- mn-L fm.. -0 ni.-
carrying a. larger number of liv
stock than it ever did before. Rail
feeds his cattle directly from ti
trench silo. Perisho pointed out th
gran silage actually helps to uve 1
protein. Hilleson explained that
first it was hard to get his cows to s
it but once they started they lik
Htl Wuln'n 'tnnnrh'llh
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