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APRIL 19, 1945 HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON PAGE 8 BALANCED DIET FOR CATTLE The premature birth of calves is being experienced by a num- ber of stockmen, according to Vernon Chapman, county agent, who stat that an increased num- ber of requests for Bang's disease BRIDGEPORT NEWS NOTES M.RS. CLARA WRIGHT Mrs. Scott Coleman, of Omak, is visiting Bridgeport relatives Vests are reaching his office as a and friends this week. result of this condition. . , o . Premature births of calves may Mr. and Mrs. Jos. W. Bouska be caused by Bang's disease, but were Omak visitors Sunday it ..been found as a result of , , . . " tsmg ,that many times it is caus- Mr and Mrs Chas Washburn ed by a lack of sufficient or snent'Tuesdav in Okanoan proper minerals in the- ration. - - _ o This condition is usually confin- Miss al:"ize; " "a--fi ^'J e  t the "" ......   , OI M ,lx ciu, u iQ .lae wln.er_or early was guest pastor at the Metho- sprng monms, ana to neras znat r . _a^. m:. dist Chu ch S .... y  ..... s. have ben on dry grmn hay for an ......... extended period; that is, three or ev: rs occupma a pulpit m four months or longer, oulee uly , .... i . Gram hay m low m calcmm and Mrs. Chas. Jenkms and daugh- hosphorous, which are necessary ter, Leota, have returned from for the normal development of Wenachee, where she took her the unborn calf. Alfalfa and oth-i daughter for medical attention. er legume hays contain more col- , cium and phosphorous, and pre-i Mr. and Mrs. Jens Tannberg mature births from mineral de-i moved to their ranch at Msms- ficiency are not so common in field after spending the winter herds fed thi kind of hay. I here Livestock men who have add-i " * * minerals to their stock feed Henry Sornberger, Wm. Camp- rport that premature birth of I bell and" Claude Arthur attended calveshas practically vanished, Oddfellows meeting at Brewster that the calves are coming muchMonday night. stronger and grow more rapidly . * * * * . after birth than previously. It is Ass.essor J: M" G. Wilson and a simpl matter to add these sin- scnool supermtena_ant lorene erals. A number of commercial Dahlke of Wtterv11!e were Bmdge mixtures are available through port visitors Tuesday afternoon. dealers or a heme00e Forest i; d JaU00 Wallo and ture can e prepared A very sat- '  o .    ,,j .-_e ..... ; .  r, ay. amsey. oz rewster were is1c,ory mix can De-mane a visitors Saturda" home through using 40 pounds . ".. of ground limestone, 40 pounds Rev and Ms. J. F. Pyl took of steamed bone meal or deflor- their children to Spokane Mon- inated rock phosphate, and 20 day evening for ' medical atVen- pounds of finely ground salt. tion. Mrs. Earl Macikey and Mrs. ome growers nav een feeding Wilfred Shaw taught his room at bone meal at will without salt or school durinz his absence lime added with good results.  * " " " e If the mineral mixture con- Vrnal Hunt went to Spokan tains 20 per cent or more salt, Tuesday His wife underwent a it should be substituttcl for the major operation there Wednes- regular salt ration. If it contains day Her parents, Mr and Mrs. less salt, it is suggested that the Frank Manke, of Mansfield, ent" usual salt be removed for a few with him " days as the animals will readily " . . . . take the mineral mixture. A lira- Miss Mildred Johnson, of Wen- iVed amount of the mixture should atchee, a former. Bridgeport tea- be placed before the animals the cher spent the week-end here first Pew days to prevent them with Miss Kathryn Gill. from eating excess quantities of * * * the mineral which they will do Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Miller sometimes if they have been very envertainea Sunday in honor of 'deficient in it. their daughter Marlene's sixth ...... birthday. Enjoying the dinner mmerai nnxmres are recom- and birthday cake were Mr and mended during the winter :months Mrs Charles Washburn, Jibe to range cattle, and to dairy cat- and" Patricia Mr H C Miller tie throughout the year  ....... rert 'iller famil- .... GOOD SHOWING Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lilly were |M IdD]IITD rDI117 ovr from Ephrata last week-end. , v lavL Their daughter, Nits Bell, of i Wenatchee spent Friday at home. Tile peop of Brewster and ..  " *..*," ...... " "c-inity doteer-16 big cartons .,rs'.,rewgg k-'3' atth:eot full of cloths for the Rus- spent .ne e.,z__- " "" nd sian War Relief. They have been of her nusoan.a's parent, mr. a _._ shipped to Portland rs. v. m rtts, her nusoana  Mrs. Asbury was "general chair- in the Southwest Pacific. man in Brewster. The "clothes  Were collected and packed .by [ SMITH Mrs. Marie Smith at the sool. [ FUNERAL HOME - [ PEARNE SMITH l Licensed Funeral Director   : 0kanoga Coun '" ',=m. _L ! Abstract Company ,m-"- l Okanogan, Wash. Harold B. Stout, M.D. MANSFIELD Pateros: Tues. & FrL P.M Evexdngs By Appointment C. R. McKINLEY M.D. McKINLEY BUrLING Brewster, Wash. THE TIME IS, NOW FOR ,P0STWAR PLANNING See us for information .on the low-cost concrete build- ing block  as enduring as stone with the moat sod-' ern principles of insulation. H0110st0ne OKANoGAN BRANCH On State Highway Between Omak and Okanogan -- Phone 254 BURNING PF_MITS NOW RQUIRED _ . . .. "Effective April 15, all persons who dsire to burn debris must first obtain a burning permit," according to Supervisor Penick of the Chelan National Forest. "This ruling is in accordance with the NEW HOMES FOR BREWSTER Work will start shortly on the construction of a duplex home by M. S. Todd. Th@ home will be located near the duplex home that Mr. Todd completed last year. forestry laws of th state of Work will also start on two Washington," said Penick, who homes o ' " n Bridge street m Brew- further mad known that the For- ster. One of the homes will be a eat Service officers on the Chelan $5 000 home to be constracted b- are commissioned by th State George Myers and the other to b Supervisor of Forestry to issue a $4,000 home to be constructl these permits to all persons quail- by James Myers. fled to receive them. The latter two have not received This is an excellent time of the priorities but the permits are ex- yar to dispose of all debris which pected to arrive soon and work might later be a fire hazard. Ore- will then start immediately. hard prunings should be disposed of as soon as possible to eliminate -- the necessity of having fires dur- Rinse or soak dishes that have ing dangerous fire weather which been ud for milk, eggs, cereal occur laver on, added Penick. or dough mixtures in cold wa- These permits should be applied ter. Hat water cooks the pro- for in person. It is not possible to rein in thes foods. Hot water handle the transaction by mail. is the most e fficiert for dishes Thdy can lye obtained by call- that have sugar, syrup or icing ing at your local District Ranger's in them. office or contacting a Ranger in the field. A note of caution was I ' ' I added by Penick; The debris to be I [[11. ,qrl][] l I burnea must be so located that l=vra IIIVI. I fires will not cause unnecessary l I damager. Also, unless weather con I I USE THE [ ditions are favorable, the forest I flk"AM/'_AiI U&/II I ..... i  ,, v....,.v..-.. , .-Y, olncer cannot issue ape . I Permits are free of charge and i[ BUS LINES l a1ply to agricultural and forest ..... .. ...... l debris alike ] FO r myth= I .._....... [ COMFORTABLE SERVICE] AItIP f'/lI B T n I Leave Chelan .......... 7:55 A.M. I t-,,,. ,a.v  I I Leave Pateros ... ...... 8:28 A.M. ] BE ORGANIZED I Leave Brewster ........ 8:40 A.M. I ][ Leave Bridgeport .... 9:00 A.M. ] A rheeting has been called bll Leave M.aield .... 9:3a A.M. I former .members of the Brewster ] -- o . [ Game Club to reform the organ-t[ Amve poKane [ ization There has been consider-I " 1:15 P,M. I able agitation among various I[ I sportmen in this area to form an 11  | organization and it was decided I . o . I this week that a meeting would ]l Leave DpoKane [ be held Wednesday, April 25 at II 5:15 P.M. I 8: P: M. at the Brewster city I M I hall for this purpose. J] Arrive Mansfield ..... :9:00 P.. / Everyone interested in garr | Arrive Bridgeport .... 9:31 P.M. | and fish an conservation of wild-I/ Arrive Brewster ...... 9:50 P.M. [ life-are ivited to attend. 11 Arrive Pateros ........ 10:02 P.M. / - . .  I/ Arrive Chelan ........ 10:35 P.M. | I WATER SOFTNERS l[[ Fast Express:hipments l 1 J" J" YECKEL Ill Connections At Pateros Far | - --,  [ HARRIS EICTRIC SHOP i i I ,,o+.,o,., |1 II. , 1 " I A FAVORITE AT HOME AND AT THE - FOUNTAINS  THAT'S MEADOWM00R ICE CREAM YOUR DEALER HAS IT IN ALL FLAVORS MEADOWM00R, DAIRY , OMAK, WASHINGTON Keep livestock healthy Standard Sheep Dip is "just the ticket" to keep your livestock thriving! Con- trois parasites, destroys germs. Safe to use in proper dilution on animals (ex- cept cats) and poultry as often as desired. And to round out your farm sanitation, use Standard Super-Gernte. Nine times as strong as pure carbolic add it s the ideal disin. fectan [or pens, chutes, sheds, barns when properly diluted. Therriault & Darlington Wholesale Dealers Phone 232 PATEROS, WASHINGTON Your local representative for STANDARD'OF CALIFORNIA " " . %, MRS. RENEAU ENTEr- TAINS FOR MOTHER Mrs. R. W. Reneau entertained at her home in Pateros a group of friends on Monday afternoon, in honor of her mother's birthday. Each lady wrote a wish in her LIGHT METALS (Continued From Page I) is fast drawing to a clos and that he does not see much more delay in the actual operation of the power properties by the var- ious PUD's of Okanogan and birthday book. The high spot of Douglas counties. ' .... ,ADI,N.," the afternoon was the lighting of' Airport gW  It  I, a .beautifully decorated birthday Discussion w om ^-+:-  *^  ueam,L, a,, / +a .... +e ,+s,men+s were servu the establishment of an ai ort .... to nineteen guests, between Patros and BreZer. / l[ N $ 0M.P.LT. Lenard Therriault, chairman f I I  I Withe eet::| C%1%:  .the committee, stated that Brew- | [  I." . ":_ . .Your garden may provide ba- ster has been approached for co- k I   ,'arpnoneona.ora siL zor tomato soup, sweet ma- operation in getting an air strip I joram for potato soup, thyme and just west of [he Josephine Me-I onion for black bean soup and Kinrey ranch. - I clam chowder, mint for g'een M S Todd said that he would I pea soup,, and a b0qouet of take'the airport proposal up with myme, maJoram, rosemary ano the Brewster Club and said he B-- ' " - savory for soup with meat stock thoueht the reaction would be allara vrug tore favorable I PHONE 191 OMAK I THE OLD JUDGE SAYS... .1 l I + ,+ l [ ..... -+: / I I,I I When you think of the sacrifices our fight- pay for the ammunit'_1on and thtlng lUlP;/"'! ing men are making in this war. it's hard to merit they must have.' . l figure out how we'll ever repay them. isn t . 'All that still seems kind of small cam- I it, Judge?" pared with what they're doing for us, Judge" I "bs, it really is, Tom. There are only "True, but it's about all we older folks I I certain things we can do. Such as...write back home can do, Ton Except one more I them cheerful letters often. Send them thing. And that i to be sure our fighting men I 1 favorite gifts from time to time. Work come home to the same kind of country they , I I harder than ever to provide them with left behind. The kind of country their letters I everything they need to finish their job tell us they want. Nothing changed that I ] quickly. Buy more and more War Bonds... they don't want changed while they re away [ l : pecially during the current drive.., to and unable to express their wiahes." / ! , This adertistment sponsored by Clfn of Alkdi B'ag lnd:,striSo lv.. BE PREPARE os  wEmmr D_ -- - -- lie --_ .j__JL TW llIdl .L__. rodhn. MOTh f lnmm . e At,'+:Fs,; is Comnng Agann CRYOL/TE IItI,,CTICIII)Ip The fluorine tolerance on apples and pears has bee,, raised to 7 mg. per kg. and growers can now use KRYOCIDE in a str, i$la progrrm right Ih3"ough the season ! KRYOCIDE has these important proved advantages : |. KRVOCID[ gives better Cadling Math cantral. 2. KRYOCIDE daes nat sterilize your soil. ;3. KRYOCIDI: does nat irritate sprayers ar pickers. - 4. KRYOCIDE is not an acute poison ,for humans, cattle ar other animals. But it does kill the Worms ! When you want cryolite spray, remember th'is: only KRYOCIDE gives you all the advantages of NATURAL CRYOLITE. So insist on KRYOCIDE and accept no subslitute. Costs no more than ordinary. sprays! Ample supplies available. See your dealer NOW for spring delivery. AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS DIVISION PINN$YLVANIA SALT ov w^ ,.eTC MANUFAC URIN. CO.. WENATCHE TACOMA YAKIMA Manufacturers of "PENCO" , BRAND AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDES [ ,