Party for Earl Burnett

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Party for Earl Burnett - office. Banquet Store, ««l«nhon« 40-R-J Johrt...
office. Banquet Store, ««l«nhon« 40-R-J Johrt M«F,lh»nW r.prisintau?"- Jamestown 87-n-t ' cvenlns at a tureen dinner In the tho club rooms. Following the dinner, cards were tho diversion with tho galloping prb.o going to Mrs. Al Ross and tho the door prixe to Mrs. Hay Stull. Preceding the social evening, the auxiliary held their regular business meeting and decided to discontinue for tho present ,tho bingo parties which they have been sponsoring every Saturday nltrht. "LAUGHING GAS" PHRVLIE A prevue of the play "Laughing Gas" was given by the Junior class in Assembly yesterday morning. The play, under tho direction of Miss Harriet Scowden, will ho presented Friday and Saturday evenings. Mr. and Mrs. Harry nurnett served a dinner in honor of Private Karl Burnett to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burnett Burnett and daughter Jean, of Jamestown; Jamestown; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Burnett, Mr. and Mr*. Uhrlne and aon Richard, of James town; Mr. and Mrs. Lerojc druyer and family, Greenville; William Heasley, Greenville; and Miss Annette Annette Moffo, of drove City. The social evening? was enjoyed by all. Insects in Ground Are Menace to Gardens Land covered with a heavy grrws sod or weeds Is the natural breeding Place of cutworms, sod webworm*. wlreworms, white grubs, and other injurious Insects. Where such ground hna been uncultivated uncultivated for a number of years there has been nn opportunity for a large build-up in the populations of the Insects. Should vegetable gardens gardens be planted In such places, extensive extensive crop losses are certain to occur occur if no attention is given to insect control before the gardens have been planted, declares County Agent C. H. Waha. Sod land and weedy ground that Is to be used for gardens this spring should be plowed or spaded as soon as the soil cnn be worked. Clumps of sod should be turned completely so that grass and weeds will not have a chance to grow. Disk the

Clipped from The Record-Argus09 Apr 1942, ThuPage 5

The Record-Argus (Greenville, Pennsylvania)09 Apr 1942, ThuPage 5
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