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THE OIIR)COUNTY I'IMI,:S, ()C, TOI}I:,I( 12, 1967 16 Area HOUSing .... : :,, , , - , i ........... ~! ' ~ ~(~L ( NOTES .... " ' ' from your Chnic To Be Held , ..ill ...... ,, |ram wm b h ldt,, .dud, m' ck- m '., ' "--'-----'. --.--. .......... I,1'pnclfln : McLean, Ohio. Union and Ii, I II1 1 /I li~ ~ ~ m n'_l_ :i~~ , t E Webster counties on October xno IAII T : xtensi0n ,. in the Rapalla Roomat Iil I II! 1 Ill : -,--.-..--- following program has been IB I ki I 5)'11 s IIHW. planned: IIl F re" "1 I "'" " 10:00 a.m. - Selecting 1o-li I II [] ~ ~,'~i ~i ~ iJ~m~ i ~ I.~ cation and sites. Ray RUS- il i i! | [i i sell, Area Lixteasion A ent- II I [ i [ i ',, Landscaping. Desirable lay= i' I i C:, [] OFFICE PHONE 298_-.3623John Kilvanaugh Thelma K. Streeter , OUtkart,Of [axtenMonhUse - GladYSspecxalist. , . Lic- ~i~ :~i ! | ,$ ~ )~"--'~k'5w ~ HOME PHONE 298-71za ., .: ,," . - . IIl i PREVENTION OF INSECTS Others are that mere are THE FORECAST FOR FALL often this suit wl)l have a rtousmg.,nw mucn can you Imml [] i i i ,,,'"' ....... ,.,n.-,u, in soil over The look ofthethlrlteswlll shorter jacket over a puffy af! rd^- Gladys. Lickart. ] With the beginning of corn the winter, so fall test re- be this season s theme. A skirt with a chain belt. In [z:ou noon - t3uHet LUnCh, m p l e ,..._ :o.o,o Ill i ii and soybean harvest athand, suits are lust, as accurst closer-to-the-body fit, with contrast, you maysee along= ........... ;. .... ? Ill this would be the time to as st)ring tests; If limestone narrow shoulders, an easing er jacket with a leather belt t 6u p m - financing " ..... r ; : ' ~ ~;:~ ~' ~ :'~ :: ' >'IL~, ~ ; ~;~ ~ ' ~ , .. " -: ..... . clean your corn cribs or is needed on the soil, it can hermit MillS) uxtenslon e ~ ~:~ ~,~%i~ t~'~ ~ : in at the waist, and a wld-riding at the hipline, p ali t, using Mater i .............. .... g t age bins andspray be applied ln the fall and have enlng at the hem, will be Unmatched sults will be ials and Structural .,arts = I !, *o k1, graln insects, all winter ,o react with the the new silhouette. There popular. Here, you wlllseea Kermit Mills ....... v = [] i ] After you dean all the old soil; and phosphate and pot- seems to be no drastic jacket with a skirt of a dif- . u stzons ana .... .... < :' ....... : -- :: Itt~ grain out of your cribs or ash applications (if needed) change in skirt lengths. You ferent color and/or fabric nswers. i : bins sween out the bins can be made in the fall with will surely find a length to worn with a related blouse. u.vfl.m._[-__Adjourn. Hlgdon standswith some of his employees in front of the meat counter in his modern clean any cracks as muchas little chance of leaching=out your liking. The following The culotte suit and pant- mterestea., m re-.and attractive supermarket, tiigdon knows how to attract the eye and patronage of the possible, and burn the debris over the winter. definitions will give you an suit will continue to be seen0 or ouncllng .ana customer by keeping up with the latest advertising trends and supplying the top gro- because grain insects can .Only nutrients limiting idea of the various lengths but less emphasis will be cl.n.tu "_'tttet)u me. nous.mg cery products and brand names for the purchaser. Standing from left to right arecontinue to breed in such plant growth ShOuld be ap- designers are using today:placed on the pantsuit, c con ct m, eou,xtenmonCharles Everly,James Winston, Larry Bennett, and Bob l tigdon, material, p.lied. Thus, a soil test is MICRO - 2 Inches below the More pleats will beseentn .'-'"L p,.u,y ,:vo-oozo Tor " -- ......... After bins are clean the me most accurate Index oT Turtner mtormatlon and ' ' derriere; MINI - 3 to 4the skirts, especially the lunch reservation Black - Tavl0r Subject Of 67 Essay Contest floors and wails, as well as that Feed. And, level of av- inches above the knee; MITIsingle inverted pleat usually _ " , .. ,,, . .. . .. ,.y ,,... . surroundings, should be m abm plant tooas can vary - at the knee (called nor- in the front. Bias-cut panels St0raoe nrvin, in t.t.A., 4-H r0resi 50nservall0n-lI s tlleCl thoroughly sprayed beforefrom field to field.depending maD; MIDI-mld-calf;MAXI will also be used to achieve ) " # @k .... ,, ,, ,, .. new grain Is put Into stor-on past tertlllzatlon prac- , - between the calf and the the easy fit, wider at bottom [#ui#menl [0ans am#w, OUlC un My G0mmunlly age. use premium grade 57rices and differences in soil ankle; and MINUIT- ankle silhouette. Jackets will be ld . . g g at concentrate. One gallon of take that otl sample length, more fitted, but not hugging ............. E red Black, son of Mr. Kentucky grade and hi h will be uests of honor percent malathion emulsion ty . Coats-Generally speak- the bodytoo closely. Available, Says ASCS and Mrs. C. E. Black on school students will have athe annual Farm Awards this concentrate should beand bring It by the exten- ing, coats will have soft Dresses - Ensembles will Liberty Road, and Jackte chance at winning $3,825 inLuncheon in Louisville next mixed in 25 gallons of wat-ston office for testing. round,,l houlders. Many of be very popular., The jacket Farmers who are short of Taylor, daughter of Mr. andU. S. Savings Bonds In the February where the prizes er Svrav the floor andwallsSOIL INSECTICIDES IN the coats for this fall will or coat worn over the dress storage space for the bumper Mrs. Owen Taylor, Highway 1967 Soil Conservation Es- will be presented, of'bibs until there is somePLANT BEDS MAY SAVE have yokes, soft, large col- gives It an organized, pulled corn and soybean crops ex- 85, took part In the Green say Contest. , Winners In each of the run-off. As soon as the sur- FARMER WOR K NEXT lars, and se! tn or raglan together total look. tterepeeled this year were urged River Area 4-H and FFA........ Subject of this year s con- state s 121 soil and water faces dry. the blnsarereadv SPRING sleeves. Some will be slim, again the military look will today to get In touch with Market Beef Show and Sale test is 'Forest Conserva= conservation districts will to receive grain. A soil Insecticide applied some full, and many will be present, as the coat dres- their ASCS county office for at Owensboro on October 7.lion -- Its Effect on My receive a $25 U. S. Savings For the protection of rain to the tobacco plant bed site have a slightly fitted front ses wlll be trimmed wlth gold Information onavailableEldred showed and sold two Community". bond and a wooden plaque, after storage apply oneptnt this fall may save you work with a slightly full back. braids and brass buttons, program aids. Angus steers and dackie The contest is sponsored Certificates will be awarded of this premium grade real- next spring, says J. D. Dlx- Belts will be seen on coats, Hardware will be seen on Freeman M Hockensmlth, showed and sold one Here- by TheCourler-Journal, The runners-up in each district, athion emulsion concentrate on, U.K. Cooperative Exten- either high, low or hanging dresses, as the big zippers Chrman. A "rlcultural Sta ford steer These beef anl-Louisville Times and WHAS,Certificates will alsobesent in 2 to 5 gallons of water ston Area Agent in tobacco. loosely at the waist. Manyzip straight up the front, dta- b lion" Conservation ,mals were raised as part of Inc., In cooperation with the the writer of the best essay to each l ,000 bushels of rain After you've plowed the bed coats wiu nave side open= aonally, at the side or, .... tl a a n Committee, pointed out thatthe Market Beef 4-H Pro- Kentucky Association of Soil i each school in the state. (wheat, oats, rye, barley or site, treat It with a recom- trigs .and low. pockets. Welt lppec may be 'used on the ever-present need for Ject. and Water Conservation Dis-Deadline for submitting corn). Apply this materialas mended insecticide. Then seaming win oe uses espec- either side of the center orderly marketln to nro tricts and the Kentucky De-essays Is December 1, 1967. the grain Is being loaded In apply weed treatment. tally with the double=facedfront, tect farm nrlces o nal tlc: ar.-n., e,,ul.,ment as well as partment of Education. Last School superintendents and the field or as it goes into A soil. insecticide Is re- fabrics. . . The easy fit with closer ularly at harvesttime = re-' f'o; llcl?ngen-farmstorage yearg 74,406_stude.nts_en- Ptait:iPha:vSe throughout the the bin:. Careful calibration [:t2' :e:stefd%newb2, o e he rrtllltary loog will be shapiag will be character- quires sufficient cribs and facilities are available to terea me contest, now in "lete d t2il '"y-'L om- ..o. acuustment oI spray cro.- "art'iculariv'"i'f "sod made evident by the use of lzed by bias cuts, winding rn c rnr#a Prance tn ttoad al -hl,a ...... ~.,.~ AClPq twenty=Tourm year. r, anu reTerence eqmpment ls essential in P, v . y . "capes and hardware clooures sashes that release a fall of ,w vuahin r them off to mar- Pcmnrv The writer of the essay lalsfor the 1967 corn- order to get pro er treat- must be broxen on me new such as zippers, metal but- unpressed pleats, belts, and ne- a ,...judged best In the state will peuuon, contesttnformatton ment and even (llst'rlbutton of rote. tons, and chain belts, dresses shaped In front, but -X '2hddqoanKonsgor receive a.$5o0 u.S.Savtngs ,s also avallable from county Insecticide. The snrav Use granules or emulstf- Suits - SUltB, a favorite with tent-look backs ......... , .... ,oh .....4 . ......... ,^^,,,., .... ., Bond. Second place winner g ts, soft conservation should be coarse enough tol.aDte concentrate sprays on for this season, will be seenLong jackets worn over [at Vrn ogey"an 'thu's"'he p condi t on[n ; 2q'ui ;ment will receive a $200 Savings s.tr.,ct supervisors; or by cover the grain with little .me s lte, an.a then d,sK. it in many various styles. Thenarrow dresses will be ...... I,,,,,,., ...... h on Ubo,-oH , a Bond and the third place win- rltmg the Public Service loss from drift Into the top three to hve m- vest suit comes many ways, shown thisfall, Another style ......... .,..-.-v ....... L..v ..... "; . "" ........... :" :"" ner will receive a$100bond, uepartment, The Courier- SOIL TEST TI IS FALL cries ot soft. temporaruy aepresseamar- aria m some cases Tarmers J a nners andours I and The Lou Don t a 1 soll lnseett as the vest may be match- suggests weartng a vest The top three wi , lsville F 1 soft ests? Of course PP y " kets, but this program too previously not eligible for Times al t lng, contrasting, long or Jacket over dresses that are .............. o,,,-h ].o.o ,,,,, ,-,,- ........ their parents and teachers , Louisville, Kentucky *h ..... vo' me ndmone" cides if an old bed site is to dev,.nds on vl~,,t~ vf otu.~ .................. ay ue ame 40202 -- ~ ~:~ " .... ~" h ..... a ~,,a .i,~,. ,,~ ...... short, and may be worn with small at top and widening at space. Should a crop be high to get one. So the best thing .., .... . . " ..... Samples submitted in the t r eute "w r"h " a tl nse r: oz" without a blouse, the bottom with an inverted in moisture content, con- to is to ask the ASC5 ces. em corn. ana. soybean Illi NPlI/ fall give the extension agent tctde............ tn l, ar on~ nr twn The return of the belts pleat, ditioning it before storage or office for full and up-to-date g.rowers, starts to benefit If v,, ,,u,,, more time to run the tests , brings the belted suit. Very marketing may be called for information, mey a u work together in Near Buford, in sec 4-M- and make recommendations. marketing sound crops in a3 Great Western Drillln Then oumay ave money by p Slnce many farmers donot Cooperation is the key _ . . - 1, g , Y If the site has not had anan= State Poultry Gr0u S have facilities to store and word, according to the munts mat me market can Company is drilling belowbuying fertilizer this fallfor nlicar,,n i.,,,,,, condition crops, the Chair Chairman, in solving IX) lake. 765' on the No 1 S K next spring's use [t ree":7 7:"2 ....... _--- T0 Meet October 15 16 man remlnded corn andsoy= tential problems of flooded Skillman. John W; Tuttle is These are just two of the new oLe.ars' z[ may neea a bean growers that loans formarkets and depressed pri- Mr O. J Porter of Cen- drilling below 100 ontheNo. easons for fail-testing. The Kentucky PoultryFed-dustry problems, tertown donated the photo 1 Coy Ray St. Clair. This ............ ................ ............................ ................................... ............................. ............ Kentuck Mancil Vinson assistant eration and the y ' "Makin Sorghum" of last venture is in sec 3-M=33, Poultry Improvement As- commissioner of the State ',') week's IMEff one mile northwest of Dun- ........... sociation15.16 will meet Oct. wilIDepartmentbe of Agriculture,the7 RECIPES, " dee. .... at Rough River Lodge, toastmaster at Fails of the Rough, In Gray- p,m. banquet Monday nlght, ! ] I ;"hS:'7:: son countY.several hundred producers holdThe businesstW associardOnSmeetlngsWillat Appeaiing Vegetabie Dishes THE WEA THER S,t'S,.o,. ,,o. and industry menareexpect- 4:15 p.m. I . ly next week. Little or i Club has voted to carry the jects, take active parts in ed for the annualconvention, Monday's program has I .. p. c .p tatl n. zs ex- I 4-H Career Exploration county 4-H activities and says Prof. W. M. Insko, Us- talk8 on "Tomorrow's Poul- Courtesy of Margaret Walden, Home Economist for WEATHER p ectea mro.ugn Monaay. | Project as a group. They act as junior leaders of 4=H tverslty of Kentucky Cooper- try, ' broilers, consumer the Kentucky Utilities Company | CONDITIONS oaay: vartiy cmua_yana | are inviting people withcar- clubs. The teen 4-H'ers are alive Extension Service preference in poultry, pro-- I not so com. sign .to | eers they are Interested in also carrying projects that The Sunday session is for ture egg productlon, a panel eb [ /?atiotn PmrOa- du registration. The Monday on disease problems, tomor- nn e rg : ........................ t. ..... s a" I FIVE DAY FORECAST AGRICULTURAL FORE to visit as man colle es ardentn marketbeef ho session, starting at 9 a.m. row's hatcheryand egg an other nourlsnln aruen ve a u, p- . : - / v g n . Y g g g . o on Thursday through Monaay CAST Rainfall less than aspossible to helthem in to raph , etc local rime, will feature in= solids ............... n the house without a televisi . I : - I D g ,y .... ...... .,.o ..... ,, ,, l e temperatures ill aver- .1 inch through 7 a m career decisions . The Teen Club meets on ........... v ..... s ...... ele camouf ag I e near normal in the F "" W " " ' I ,,,,,,,- .ovr mo new veaetarian ag rmay eamer tor out- Another project that manme second Tuesda of each Hew , ,,, ,, . .......... . ...... .....h, and win overa I .......... " . - _ | Y Y wes naa ana 4 to aoorworz - gooa toaay. I teen club members are car- month In the Extenslon Room .i degrees_ below normal in Winds- variagle 6 to 12 | r ying is the Junior Leader- of the Courthouse at 7:00 . ," */--'"),,,.1)" ...... v,. ...... o, a,,u i me east half. Normal mph. Drying conditions- / Ship project. In this project p.m. Interested teenagers 4 H Program Seel s Top Members I,o.. are ,t3 to 51. Sl,ght teredfrost possible. [ ' "-,,v ....... ..... oa,, highs are 67 to 71 and good today. Frost - scat- they will help younger 4-H are invited to attend. 1 chopped onion The ten most outstanding The most outstanding 4-H 2 tsp. salt I i 4-H Club members in Ken- Club boy and girl in each 1 tsp. pepper ....................... ~ ............... ~ ....... ,~4e~ ...... , i /B A n "'C@$e "" $@8 Us tucky, including the top 4-H Kentucky county, from which ..... L I e g .... ..... boy and lrl in the state, five or more participant. Mli to moisten (about 2/3 cup) I ./il I/V none lUDI Pll will receive a total of $1,800 come, will be awarded ' 1 medium head cabbage I I. 1 L / U III U 0 I m ,. u u. in U. S. Savinga Bonds in "Award of JExcellence' 1 can tomato soup 7 ! ilMI the 1967 4-H Club Award of plaque. Excellence Program. Entry forms for program Cut core from cabbage. Place in pan of boillngwater. CASE SALES AND SERVICE The program, all-new for participants are available Remove leaves as they wilt. Place 2 strips of bacon in I Also see us for 1967, is sponsored by The from youth agents in the ba ng dish. Mix stuffing and place spoonful on each I ...... , ..... Courier-Journal, The Ix)u-county agricultural Exten- eaz oz cabbage and roll tight. Place cabbage rolls|n I STULL $ SEED CORN isville Times and WHAS, sion Service offices in Ken= baking dish. Pour tomato soup over it. Place more I @no. c- o u.,##,.,a M. Inc., In cooperation wKh the lucky, strips of bacon on top. Bake 1 I/2 hours at 325 degrees. ...... I i/00i]lO gdl|lglg) II , University of Kentucky co- Judging will be by countyGood to use left over meat. I i Ol ratlve Extension Service. committees made up of local The top 4-H Club boy and citizens including educators, STIFFED EGGPLANT mmmmm mmmmmm glrl in the state will each clergymen, business and Select 4 medium eggplants and cut in halves. Take out receive $500 U.S. Savings civic leaders, and farmers insides) boil pulp until tender, (with small orlon if de- Custom Bond .Etghtrunner,-upwOl or agri=buslness leader,. ,,..us.,,,rmz_ sired), add 3 eggs and season highly with salt and pepper. recelve $i00 bonds. The top Selection of the outstanding Fill the hulls level full of mixture. Sprlnkle Ritz cracker ten 4-H Club members and ,t-H Club boy andg, rllneach crumbs over each and mix b, ts of butter w, th crackers. -- Z Processm! Beef. z Pori et, parents .111 be guests county must be completed by Bake slowly until light brown. BUY B[[F OR PORK of honor at the annual Farm November I. Awards Luncheon In Louis=Additional Information on CARROT CASSEROLE ville next February. the 4-H Award of Excel= 5ool 2 cups carrots, after cooking0 sieve. Participants in the pro- lence program is available 1/2 stick butter, salt and pepper Pictured above, left to right, are: Mrs. Clover Greer R THr ng| Trn na Till: ram will be Judged on their from the office of Extension I/2 cup milk and Glover Greer with clay tile they plan to use on their ..... ,._...- _,_....__v.,.- rm r P ,ndlvldual development Youth Programs, University 2eggs raM" . o UUCI[R through 4-H0 scholastic a- of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.0 2cups grated chee,e, put in loosely, r. ad rs, reef0 whose farm is In the Ralph eom- I S SLAUGHT[R HOUSE chlevement, moral develop- or from the Public Servlce munity of Ohio County, were assisted in the planning 432 Thnmu ment and social and cultural Department, The Courier- Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes then sprinkle but- design and layout of the tile by Mr. Archie B. Gragg, .'7"'%"',, . . development. Journal and The Louisville - -none marzzora, xen ucgy tered Ritz cracker crumbs and pecans on top. Bake 15 ot the U. S. Soil Conservation Service located in Hartford. Times, Louisville, Ky. mlnute more.