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11.. Few Grasshoppers i Menace Crops The Do " Grasshopper eggs are not ther Teas Guild of St. John&apos;S iabundan t in Illinois, and if this eaia, an church met Tuesday ev-  m the Bertoni care "with ipest does any damage to crops h,, Violet Cooper as host[ss. The this year it will be light ann 2n theL_ neteing was followed by small local areas, says %%'. P. ! Flint, entomologist of the Univer- goinLaYll of Rook. the prizes sity of Illinois College of Agricul- i--- u) :Mrs. Pearl %VaddeI1 and " Charles F. Wagner. ture and State Natural History ' Smwey. " and Mrs. Frank Shoup I For the country as a whole, ..h me SUnday evening from grasshoppers will" be less tlu'eat- tur followinga visit of four ! cuing to crops this year than in With their daughter, Mrs, A. 1938, 1939 and 1940, according to ",Cbilt.z and family, a report received by Flint from ' the United States bureau of ento- Ir. and Mrs. John B iesemeier ,mo logy and plant quarantine. Were " and Mrs. George Rupp States where the pests are most .) a Lincoln last Thursda ' and likely to appear in large numbers }1111 d. the funeral servicYs of are North and South DakOta, Min- EClgar Hardin. neseta, Kansas. Nebraska, Califor- Itae j Where the pests occur, the most iti. y Humble of Chicago is!nia, Nevada and Montana. ; !n City this week at the ',acceptable c<)ntrol is a poison bait tm It his uncle Rell C and i made of sodium arsenite and mill- m.. . E. Beidler -and meetin !run bran or a mixture of bran and '-zy of h" ' g s former schoolznates, ground corn cobs and a light i earlier2 ng Wednesday night 34 grade of lubricating oil, Flint said. Were:  of blackstrap molasses Tests conducted by the Illinois l0ia transferred here by the I1- agricultural experiment station in .w Central for Pekin. The iPe nt had started from New cooperation with tIe State Natur- al History survey showed that JELKE'S GOODLUCK OLEOMARGARINE 1 lb. 17c baits containing lubricating oi18 e hoe_ C'ct Will Society of St. proved as effective as baits con- water alone. The quality of the . tyeewt tt 2 P. m. Wednesday, lub)'ieaitng oil is, however, anim- i l' Mrs. Paul E Beidler ---n portant factor in its effectiveness. eet. orae on IVorth Lafayette Oils that shou/d not be used are J',ea crankcase oil, fuel oils, oils of SAE City _ h. Beggs, living north of 10 or less, oils with a high sulphur 3-lb. can I-lb. can reek :aa taken the first of the content and oils having a pro- 470 20c Ia.^,t St. Clara's hospital in nounced odor. -m o An oil bait formula being used "'y e.._: r medical care and X- suceessfulIv by several thousand -- _('N %'''. ""niaation. la, an Illinois farmers includes I00 A'x. }, Ca,,/: d Mrs W D Allso and pounds of bran, or bran and "'e- ..2*Enter Ir " ' " PP u It,^ ma, residing northeast ground corncobs in equal parts, 4 e city, Went to Springfield poundl of white arsenic or other ' ' ae.-'ay to attend the funeral poisons and 2 gallons of lubrieat- " :---- a; ce of Mrs. Mary A, Gasa- ing oil, SAE20-30. "" SOUTH SIDE CAFE IS . CAII) OF TELkNKS GREATLY INIPROVED ,\\; 4e ,a, e deeply grateful for the During the past week the South " Ughtfui acts and helpful- I Side Care operated by :Ms. Ha- irdO. !zel T ener,' has undergone a com- " e"tended us durin the illness i plete change of interior decora- ae thof our loved one, An- " rgdn, tions greatly improving the looks The Family. of the room. 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