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E a" J" r Content inql Ilc 11 Joins C0 0p What is a fertilizer grade. (K20)-0-0-60, muriate of pot- pound of plan~ food basis. ~,,,~,'~ The ( arflex Brownies. School board's report was Saturday night. September And what does analysis on the ash contains 60 percent K20. Buying fertilizer just on a price ~hose ~p,m,.,rs 'are Mrs. read by President Harris.20. Everyone is invited outto fertilizer bag or on the bulk Mixed grades are combina- per ton basis c~'n be risky Bert} W,~,lfe and Mrs. Jane Jim Lawrence, Carney hear this wonderful group bins mean? tions such as, 8-32-16. A business. Wilson. ~,ill begin their High School superintendnet, sing, beginning at 7:30 p.m. In answer to these questions fertilizer with .the analysis meetings October 3 on introduced the School faculty There was 49 for Sunday asked by home gardeners and 8-32-16. contains - 8 percent Take the grade analysis and Friday at the Carney school to the PTSA. There were 12 school and church Sunday at growers, the first number is mtrogen, 32 percent P205 and calculate the pounds of plant 10-20-10-Bulk........ cafeteria. Their first'nieeting teachers and one school the Christian Church where the percentage of total 16 percent K20. food as just discussed. Then will start with a "Fly Up" board member present, the pastor is Rev. Cloy nitrogen. For example, 34-0-0, If you applied l00 pounds of divide total pounds of plant 10-20-10-Bag............ ceremonies for girls who are Mr. Lawrence brought outMallett. is ammonium nitrate and 10-20-10 you would be food by dollars per ton to get going into the juniors,that to make a smooth The Carney Roundup Club contains 34 percent total applying 10 pounds of the cost of olant food. 18-46-00-Bulk........... All parents are invited and running school the parents rode in the Old Settlersnitrogen, nitrogen, 20 pounds of P205 any girl who wants to join, need to back the teachers Parade Saturday, Sept. m3, at The second numberis the and l0 pounds of K20.1n this The label" is guaranteed, bv 18-46-00-Bag............ age up to 9 or 10. be at the with all their children's .Perkins. They were firstpercentage of available phos- case, the nitrogen rate is quite law, and thus gives you a school lunch room October 3. school problems, place winners" as they were phorus, expressed phospho- low. method of purchasing the most Thisis agood organization _.~ the only other roundup club rous pentaoxide (P205). For For most crops you probably economical product. SPREADERS AVAII~g for young girls to belong to. f ~ there besides Perkins. example, 0-46-0, concentrated would want to apply a grade It teaches many things to ~ ([~), I IIIll super phosphate contains 46 having a higher percentage of For information on fertilizer young girls. ~~ ~JARN[~ N[W~; percent available P20S. nitrogen in comparison to requirements for crops pick up , Clmarron Valley Coop The Carney local Parent- The third number is the phosphorus. The best way to OSU Extension facts 2225 from Teacher Student Association percent of potassium express- find out is by soil testing, your Payne County OSU (PTSA) held their first ed as potassium oxide Buy fertilizer on a price per Extension Center. meeting Thursday night, ~~>,u by Pat s ggs Barker and Gown House 547-2700 PERKIN S, Sept II the schoo m. ., 0=rmm/mm Town Open cafeteria. President Nick Harris First project of the PTSAAfter the parade the Named Town and Gown Commun- Tavern" b'y George Cohan; openedthemeetingwith30 forthecominlzvearistoput Carneyclubenjoyedapicnic 'G x & D a altterent heating system in R .= ity Theatre in Stillwater will and "Of Thee 1 Sing" by members present, supper at the Perkms Park. IUf the school starting withthe ' v d illv ~ Kecrulxer host an Open House to George Kaufman and George U S O S Secretaryand treasury ' Mist, an_ ch .... w__th-_ - ..... * T,._.commemorate its 2Sth anni- and Ira Gershwin Master S=,g~o,. o~,,y gym first. The old coal hindered the rodeo Saturday Barker 36 has been versary on Sunday, Sept. 21. Town and Gown is a reports were read and burning system will be done night. approved. ,,away with.. .... Carney Roundup Club nn " ' ' The public is cordially invited volunteer organization and is 'S a g0.. .... a. omted as the new U.S. *RecreatJonHall r~rst tuna raising project Here NH meetings are every second Air Force Recruitin~ repre- to attend. A short one-act always open for new well be a "'bmgo game , at Monday night of each month, sentative for the S~illwater play, directed by Jo'n members. Meetings are held netghb0r ,,ebegmmngS.CnOOlat 7: 30uctnerp . m . Each '' atNeXtthemeetingcarney willarenabe aCt.at 7:3013 edareatoda.' officialsv here announc- theWagner' folloWedbuilding will babY tours Ofgiven at Onmonththe atfirst8 pTUesday, m . at thefTowneach GRAND OPEN member is to bring a .-- Seroeant Barker a native 1:30 p.m., 3 p.m., and 4:30 and Gown building and ~=__ ~ : Phave ..... a trailU ride and o .... " day of Guymon, ts a former .. . - f0r__ life bi-centennial prize not toThe Round p Club well" p m Refreshments well also anvonemterestedmworkmg exceed $1 to $1.50. A nice Missle Svgtam~ Analvgt an beserved. VlsRors maycome m any area of the theater is Frr " prize valued between $10 ........... "~'-~-[ .-~-~_"[-u:.'" i-~.a~ any time they desire cordially invited to attend the, c=,,v-ou/ uct. a, rrlaay tae 11uun(] rug 111~31 atllu 0. .' - ' and $15 will be bought by night, at the Ricahrd Ivie veteran of more than I7 Town and Gown was meetings. In addition to PTSA for a final black-out Ranch All members bring years Air Force service He founded in l9S0 by a group of acting, workers are always " Free Cokes wears the Air Force Com- Stillwater residents desiring needed in working on net. game../nejournal|sm ...... crass m me your heavy coats and enough, mendation Medal among his to present live theater to props, lights, sound, cos- . . cover to stay warm during school will be putting out a th~ ..:_t.. many decorations Stillwater and the surround- tumes, make-up, hairstyles. ~lIB ft Bl| ~a~ monthly paper. The PTSA ~ "'~'t'There was a good crowd of He served with the 456th lag area Early plays wereprograms, and concessions rl~lN~r voted to have a running ad 104 at Sunday school and Airborne Missle Mainte- done in the Student Union house, box-office, ushering, put in each month teliing church Sunday at the Carney nonce Squadron at Beale Air Ballroom at OSU. Then in parking, and many other when the next meeting will Assembly of God Church Force Base, Calif., prior to 1962 the theatre group areas. be. where the Rev. Lonnie attending the Air Force purchased its present home Meetings will be the third Donaldson is pastor. Sunday Recruiting School at Sanon highway t77 south of Monday night of each month school begins at 9:45 a.m., Antonio, Texas, this year. Stillwater. The theatre has Gambling Gags at 7:30 p.m. in the school morning worship service at Sergeant and Mrs. Barker, presented 98 plays in 24 g race track is one place where SPECIAL PRICES .P."Chuck" Smith cafeteria. Next meeting will 11 p.m. Sunday night with son Jerald 15, and a seasons and is getting ready dollars and sense seldom seem to 604N. 6th, Stillwater, OK be October 20. Everyone get services at 7 p.m. daughter, Karen 13, willto kick off its 25th season appear together Gambling has On all '75 372-6433 out and support your local Where did we convey this make their home at 1411 Will which includes: "Picnic,' by been called a way of getting PTSA. Get behind your chilly, misty weather from. Rogers, Stiilwater, during his William lnge; ' George nothing for something. A bookie? Shop Now While A ,~OO0 man to see for all children and help them learn Wish they would take it back tour of recruiting duty. Washington Slept Here" by He's the pickpocket who lets you Selections Are Complete use your hands He may be reached at 104 George Kaufman; "The Not Only the Beat your family life insurance. He can provide you with a State Farm life policy de- signed to fit your needs exactly. And with his spe- cial training and experi- ence, he's qualified to help you get what you want out of life. LIka a 8'00