Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 28, 1951 · Page 19
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' WTONBOAY, AffffiT, 1951 THE REGIiTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS ANGLER SAYS ITS OK TO SING WHILE^FISHING Expert Once Ownad $12,000 Tackle, Now Uict Pole, Lire Beit. SPRINGFIELD, HI., June 28 — A Havana, 111., angler with a reputation for pulling bass out of the buckrush endo«es singing while fishing. But he warns against knocking your feet or your pipe against the boat. He is A. P. Peara, who says he once owned $12,000 worth of fishing tackle, and now demonstrates with a pole and live baits. Sold on his techniques, he has issued a challenge through an angling club magazine that he can catch more fish at Chatauqua Lake near Havana than anyone anywhere else. "You can talk, you can sing, Peara says, "but you most not rub your feet against the boat. And i would never fish with a man who smokes a pipe. "He empties his pipe on the side of your boat and then he complains that he catches no fish. Cai%lessness! Carelessness is causing men to go home empty handed." Muffles Oars The bass expert even puts rubber around his boat oars so they don't create a racket. But he tolerates a radio in the craft. He apparently operates on the idea that though fish may not hear they can feel noise vibrations transmitted to the water. Here are some of his other recommendations for snaggling bass out of bottomland lakes: Make sure your line is in good shape and your hook sharp. Use good chub minnows. "Make sure you drop your minnow in the water first." Peara says the minnow should strike* water before any other part of your tackle because the bass will probably strike at the first disturbance. Drop your bait about a foot from the brush, not on top of it. If your line gets hung up, It will cut down on your minnow's range of natural motion. Fish Ahead of Boat If you're fishing in the clear, never fish alongside your boat. "Fish ahead of you' because the fish moves ahead of your boat. In other words, sneak up on them and fool them." What do you do when you hook your bass and he gets snagged in the brush? "Now hold him tight. He will pull. As he pulls he will release the hook from the limb and you can bring him in. If you keep that in mind you vidll be successful catching bass." Peai-a urges one other technique when you get a bass biting. "Don't jerk it out of his mouth, it him take it, let him go. Bass 'ill run first and then stop. When ..e stops he will turn and as he turns he pulls the hook into him. ''•Don't play with him—you got - bring him in." AT MT. VERNON FAIR to New Books Ready At Public Library A number of best sellers are among new books recently placed in circulation at the Public library. The new books include: Tillett—"Reasonable Doubt." Shappiro—"Gun Slinger." Larrimore—"Lovely Duckling." Duffield—"Love Deferred." Gardner — "Case of the Fiery Fingers.' Feuchtwanger — "This is the Hour.' Thayer—"Do Not Disturb." Eberhart—"Never Look Back." Street—"High Calling." Lauritzen — "Rose and the riame." Leslie—"The Darling Sin." Spellman—'The Foundling." Wouk—"Caine Mutiny." Gerson—"Mohawk Ladder." Wyndham—"Day of the Trif- tids." Macken—"Rain on the Wind." McCoUum — "One Woman's fight." Juhrod — "Warrior Without Weapons." Olson—"Child Development." Daly—"Profile of Youth." Mandel — "Motion and Time ptudy." Fanning—"Our Oil Resources." Mounteavans — "The Desolate Antaijtic." "Sunset Barbecue Book." Andrews—"Ueart of Asia." Barrymore—"We Barrymores." Taubman—"The Maestro." Higgins—"War in Korea." Wells—"Seven Decisions That Shaped History." Catton—"Mr. Lincoln's Army." Gunther—"Riddle of MacArthur." Clancy—"Doctor Come Quickly-" "Best Sports Stories of 1951." Harlow—"The Ringlings." Hamilton—"Cry of the Thunderbird." Scheinfeld—"You and Heredity." Cushmgin—"Badlands Justice." Turkin-"Official Encyclopedia ^f Baseball." Moon—"Modern Biology." Kennelly—'The Spun." Cope—"Battle Submerged." Shifting Sight Eyes of the halibut migrate to one side of the head as the fish reaches maturity. If the halibut lives in cold water, the eyes and body color are on the right side. In warm water, the eye travels over the head to the left side. The Strato-Stars aerialists will be one of the feature acts at the Mt. Vernon State Fair, July 8 to 1,5. The aerialists will perform from July 10 to 13, inclusive. MARLOW RAYMOND SCOTT, Correspondent On the best soil, young Douglas fit trees grow more than three ^eet each year CARDUl w un PICK OF PARIS -Romane Andrea, 25-year-old glamor girl, holds high the tr«phy she won as "the most beautiful pinup of the year" in Paris' annual water fete. Though she won her title in a driving rain, no one accused the judges of being "all wet." (NEA-Acme photo i by Staff Photographer Bene, Henry.) Homing Eels Eels in America and Europe leave their streams and swim to the warm Atlantic waters north of the equator. There they produce their young and die. The young eels swim back to the same homes that their parents left. There are about 20,000 trailers, or "caravans" as they are known, in use in England. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beat spent Sunday in Princeton with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dagby. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scott and Mrs. Millie Brookman and Henry visited Sunday evening in Mt. Vernon with Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Satterwhite and Duane Satterwhite is spending this week visiting with Mrs. Paul Scott and children. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Greer and children visited at the home of Kenneth Greer of Mt. Vernon Sunday. Mrs. Clorine Button and son Donnie of New Philadelphia, Ohio, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Emma Gossage, Mrs. Agnes Scott spent Monday afternoon in Mt. Vernon with Mrs. Lora Shelton and Mrs. Lola Mae Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harriman of Opdyke visited one evening last week with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pasley. The annual homecoming will be held at the Marlow Methodist church Sunday, July 1st with a basket dinner. Rev. Rosco Gaunt is the pastor. Everyone welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hertenstein and children Alice, Mary and Scotty of Lansing, III., and Mr. and Mrs. Ithal Hertenstein and children, Jimmie, Donna, Beverley and Jerry of Argo, 111. visited with relatives here last week and attended the Hertenstein reunion held at the city park Sunday. Janice Hawkins of luka is visiting this week with Ladonna and Shelia Kay Chambliss. Illinois Has 100 Barrel Oil Gain By AsMciated Press TULSA, Okla., June 28.—The nation's daily average crude oil production soared 17,400 barrels to 6,119,500 barrels in the week ended June 23, The Oil and Gas Journal reported today. Bulk of the increase was recorded by Kansas, which had a 12,900-barrel increase to 322,350 barrels. The Appalachian fields and Illinois each gained 100 barrels to 60,000 and 168,100 respectively. GENERAL ELECTRIC FAN USE IT lITHtt WAV Under labia ,0(i lobte' Treat yourself to o new G-E Fan; and enjoy cool comfort during hot, humid weather., Wherever you put this 10 -inch beauty, rooms stay cool and comfortable, and you hordly hear it! Come in to-, day,.-let us help you choose the right fan for your personal needs: THE MAMMOTH APPLIANCE DEPT. FIRST FLOOR WINNER OF "LI'L" ABNER NANCY 0. CONTEST Florida Beauty in Paris, Guest of 2,000th Birthday Committee Kathryn Ltft (Kitty) Pank»y, SO-year. old Univtrtity of Florida beauty, wat "thriiUd to piocoa" whan aha wai told •he waa the winner of cartoonist Al Capp'a nationwid* Nancy O. conteat In the "Li'l Abner" comic atrip to find the "tweetcat fact in America." ,^^The double-dimpled Kitty won ^ $500 in ca»h, aaveral new ward- robea, a courae in modelino, varioua and sundry other priiea, and a trip to Paria, where ahe is right now. on the occasion of the French capital'a 2,000th birthday. Herea iviity boarding a Pan^^ American Strato Clipper bound^^ for Paris. Tha Florida beauty is currently being wined and dined by French ofliciala and civic leaders. Be- aidea several toura of tha city, Kitty is interested in visiting the leading couturieres for a flrithan<l glimpta of Parialan faahiena. f Champ Explains Program Here On Conservation The agricultural conservation program has three major functions in helping farmers produce what is needed in the Nation's defense effort, says E. C. Champ, chairman of thetJeffereon County Production and Marketing Administration Committee. One important function is to aid in carrying out conservation practices which improve fertility and prevent erosion from getting started. This is done by building up resistance to erosion by strenthening the soil structure. Turning under a green manure crop to restore organic matter and humus to the soil as a means of strengthening the soil structure is an example. The production of good grasses and legumes is often dependent on the use of limestone, phospate and other fertilizer, and ACP assists farmers in applying these materials. Anothei' function is to prevent a breakdown to the farm land through the forces of deterioration and erosion. ACP does this by assisting farmers in the construction of terraces, laying out contours as a pattern for farming operations, building of erosion control dams, seeding waterways, and installing structures to handle e.\- jcess run off without damage to the land. The third and vitally important function today is helping farmers to carry out soil and water conservation practices to increase production from the farm plant. All ACP conservation work has this for its objective but some prac­ tices are more effective in accomplishing this end than others. .Conservation work, said Champ, is profitable — not only does it benefit the individual farmer but it is essential to the strength of the nation. "We urge all farmers to carry out their ACP practices; to improve their pastures, build sod waterways, use limestone and fertilizer for better grass and le- gqme production, farm on the contour, terrace where needed, and do the many other things that »vill improve their lands." Under new working arrangements with SCS every effort will be made to assist farmers in planning and laying out their conservation practices. Curious cemetery custom in some parts of North Carolina is the decoration of graves with burned-out electric light bulbs. t ere Is The WHY! Before you huy you usually have reasons why you buy a particular kind or brand . . . Here Is why we think you spend w isely when you buy our VENETIAN BLINDS . . . 1—We measure your windows, the Blinds must fit or they cost you nothing! 2—We make and hang your Blinds in 2 to 4 DAYS not WEEKS! 3—We use only the best materials In our Venetian Blinds! 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No other truck offers such an outstanding combination of features which assure finer on-the-job performance. Such features as valve-in-head engine design, cam-ground cost alloy iron pistons, controlled uniform cooling, synchro-mesh transmission and many others mean lower costs and finer performance to you. Chevrolet's nation-wide reputation for finer performance with economy, has made Chevrolet America's outstanding favorit* and your best buy. See the 1951 Chevrolet Advance-Design Truck soon. MORE CHEVROLET TRUCKS IN USE THAN ANY OTHER MAKEI CHEVROLET r CONTROLLED UNIFORM COOLING. Every cylinder and valve seat cooled for uniform engine temperature. SYNCHRO-MESH TRANSMISSION. Quick, safe, positive shifting. No clashing of gears. Extra ruggedness, too. HYPOID REAR AXLE. Means greater axle strength, longer more dependable life, and lower maintenance cost to you.' ADVANCE-DESIGN TRUCKS DAVIDSON CHEVROLET CO. 515 South 10th Str««t Mt. Vernon, Illinois PhMi« 3120

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