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Montana farmer-stockman. [volume] (Great Falls, Mont.) 1947-1993, July 01, 1951, Image 40

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John Hamon, former County Agent, tags
a sack of certified seed, bis specialty. Mr.
Hamon says Conoco Super Motor Oil is
"super" for all engines.
'Evidence of Mr. Hamon's expertneos in everything he does,
business or hobby, is this black-and-white version of a fine Koda
chrome picture he made in Glacier National Park.
Takes Pictures-and Prizes
to become a full-fledged farmer. From time
to time there have been stories of his out
standing success at raising certified seeds—
Pawnee wheat, Cherokee oats and Atlas sor
go. And maybe the Hamons will even see a
writeup in the paper about this story!
Anyway, we hope you'll read what he has
to say about Conoco Sup er Motor Oil. "Our
experience with Conoco Sup er." Mr. Hamon
reports, "convinced me that it is truly a
'super' oil for all engines.^ -
"Conoco quality is unsurpassed . ; . and
Conoco Super is standing up under hard use
in our tractors. I was offered many oppor
tunities to change to another brand of oil,
but I passed them up because I believe
Conoco has something better. I'm satisfied!'* •
prize-winning photographs, his lifetime
The paper has recorded the birth of their
son, Charles, and followed the boy's career
as a prize-winning 4-H'er.
And they have read the headline that an
nounced JohnHamon'sresignation as County
Agent and his return to Valley Falls, Kansas,
T he library at Kansas State College
buzzed, as usual, with the subdued chatter
of students "studying." Before a rack of news
papers stood a boy and a girl. At. the same
instant, each reached for the same home
town paper. Thus John Hamon met Bertha
Cook, strangers up to then, although their
homes were within a few miles of each other.
John and Bertha are still reading the same
paper. In it they have seen the story of their
wedding. In it they have read accounts of
Mr. Hamon's graduation from Kansas State,
his appointment as County Agent in Wilson
County, Kansas, his transfer as County
Agent to Torrington and later Thermopolis,
Wyoming. They have seen articles about his
Com Meal Rolls
Gets MorePower.-Uses Less Oil
Conoco Super
» . . by Mrs. Mary England, Dahinda, Illinois
4 t. baking powder 1
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H cup yellow cornmeal X t. salt
VA cupa flour 4 T. melted shortening
Scald milk, remove from fire, mix with corn
meal. Sift flour, baking powder and salt, a d d
shortening and mix with fork. Add cornmeal
and milk. Turn on floured board and toss until
smooth on both sides. RoU out .J4 tt"ck.
with biscuit cutter, brush top with melted but
ter. Crease through center with knife, fold over
fo pocketbook style. Bake in oven 425 degrees
F. about 15 minutes. Makes 24.
After a punishing 50,000
mile road test, with proper
crankcase drains and regu
lar care, engines lubricated
with new Conoco Super
Motor Oil showed no wear
of any consequence ... in fact, an average of less
than one one-thousandth inch on cylinders and
crankshafts. AND gasoline mileage for the last
5,000 miles was actually 99.77 % as good as for the
first 5,000! This test proved that new Conoco Su per ,
with Oil-Plating, can make your cars and trucks
last longer, perform better, use less gasoline and oil.
I V"
★ ★ ★
"I've used Conoco oils
and greases in my old
combine harvester for 22
seasons straight," says
John È. Brooks, Ashton, Idaho. "In all this time, only
one ring job was necessary. So I didn't hesitate to
change to new Conoco Super Motor Oil—and right
away I noticed I got increased power and used less
oil between drains. That sure is a good oil!"
Send your favorite recipes to Mrs. Annie Lee Wied»,
Dep't G, Conoco Cafeteria, Ponca City, Okla. A $7.50
pair of Wisa Pinking Shears awarded for every recipe
published with your name. AU recipes become property
of Continental Oil Company.
Speed WreckingTool
Pickup Tiedown
For quick removal of flooring,
siding, etc., with a minimum
of splitting, make wrecking
tool 3 feet to 4 feet long of
1" shaft, as shown, says Tom
J. Smith, Box 25, Rose Creek,
If your pickup has no tie
down rope stakes, do this,
suggests A. F. Ekstrom, jhlt
R. 2, Mt. Morrison, Colo
rado: Use or %" pipe,
full length of bed, and bolt
to body flare with three 'S
bolts with nipple.
Send your original ideas to The Tank Truck, Dep't G, Continen
tal OU Company, Ponca City, Okla., and get a genuine $10.25
D-15 Henry Disston Hand Saw for every idea that's printed!
Your Conoco Man

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