Edwin P. Lude; The Evening Independent, Massillon, OH: 15 Aug 1963
Senior Citizens Will Tour Historical Center The Massillon Senior Citizens,will bring the Thought for the /m tnur tViw naur Q(n,-V fViitn'.,, r\«.. will tour the new Stark Count. Historical center and the.Hart- ville truck farms Friday afternoon, leaving this city at 1 p. m. This was announced at the group's August meeting by Mrs. Grace Wilson, director. She also Look members' reservations for the second trip to the Swiss Cheese Festival at Sugarcreek, scheduled this year for Saturday, Sept. 28. * * * THE SEPTEMBER monlhly meeling will be held Sept. 11 at the Amherst Park civic center Day. At the Augusl Senior Cilizens meeling, altended by about 250, Mrs. Myrtle Miller was program chairman. Mrs. Edna Hose gave the Thought for the Day. (Most of the persons in the program to follow are SC members or their relatives.) Jennie Brown and Edye and David Mulnick of the Belly Adel- Jinan Dance studio presented acrobatic and adagio dances. Mrs. Dorothy Duvall and her daughter, Lambert, presented with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Noyesj. sklt A Hole ln the Bucket," of Cleveland presenting a Irave- logue. The Rev. James V. Ingram Lions Club Hears Roney - The South Suburban Lions club heard a talk by Lion Sherman Roney of Massillon and made plans for future events at a meet-. ... ing Wednesday evening in the i wlth Mrs - Ft ' a nk Lerner and Mrs. Massillon Drive-In hotel. jvera Lewis as co-chairmen and in- Roney installed Jack Uhl as a cllulin £ Mr s. Ralph Braun, Edith ;Dieffenbacher, Anna Klein and in costume. Ralph Myers played three trumpet solos, accompanied by Mrs. Harry Green. An explanation and demonstration of weight lifting was presented by Fred Wilson, jr, assisted by John Wilson. Three.vocal selections by Susan Douglas and Kathy Huebner, accompanied by Mrs. Yvonne Oysler, concluded the program. Refreshments were served by a committee of Senior Citizens new member. Plans were made for the an-! Wrs - Sam Re . 5d - nuai Harvest Dance to be held! The serv 'ce commitlee was a Mf b Canal FllU °» Li ° ns time in September. Saturday, Nov. 16, at the Harvest | Frank Lerner, chairman, and Room in the Amherst Park Shop-' Ralpl1 Bl ~ a un and Dr. F. M. Lose, ping center. The club also is pIan-! assist5n S' • " ' the' Eighteen persons were attend- members have August . and management as it affects Stark county were discussed. The improved method of seeding, stand maintenance, crop varieties and other related subjects were explained. * * * W. C. ROBERTS, county agricultural agent and Gerald Stanley, county 4-H agent answered questions at station II concerning a new pole shed and remodeled barn built to hold the extra production. Bowman's alfalfa yield has increased four-fold since 1955. Dean England and Fred Galehouse of Ihe Ohio Drainage Con- traclqrs association discussed lile drainage on the farm at stalion III. Richard Christman, party chief and members of the soil survey learn of the Department of Natural Resources, Division of Lane! and Soils discussed the soil profile and its relation to drainage using the soil pit and soil monoliths for demonstrations at the slalion. More lhan 12 miles of lile have been inslalled on Ihe Bowman farm. James Ball, farm forester with the IVpartment of Natural Resources met he visitors at station IV to discuss the role of woodland improvement, the species best adapted and the management of the farm forest. Speicher discussed his experiences with the new suden-sorghum hybrids for green chop and ensilage. • Edwin P'. Lude, United States soil conservation technician showed a 30-acre contour strip cropping system and described the overall basic soil and water conservalion plan. Donald Rei- cosky, student aid with the soil districl assisted Lude. I.->LIII.L aaaiaitru i^uue. _ A catering service from Can- ton was set up on the Bowman farm to provide hot sandwiches and hot and cold beverages to Ihe visitors.