# Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 37

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Eureka, California
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Saturday, April 14, 1962
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Page 37

Junior TREASURE Chest Edited by MARJORIE BARROWS, Editor of The Children', Hour NOW ONE FORMULA Robinson Crusoe By John Merryweather Puzzle: Find his man Friday, a goat, parrot, and monkey. Cup the Cup By Ida M. Pardue Here's fun you can have with a couple of paper cups. You can play it by yourself, with a friend, or as a party game. Stand one paper cup in a mug or peanut-butter jar on the floor. Players take turns holding the other cup at arm's length and trying to drop it into the cup on the floor. Each player gets three tries at a time. Score one point each time the cup is cupped. Ten points is game. " If you play by yourself, see how many times you can cup the cup in 10 tries. Then try to beat your score. Word Square B\i Edna M. Doner 1. A heavenly body 2. A period when something occurs 3. Be it so 4. Money paid for the use of anything Answers: '. uaure Â·Â£ ! ami} ' Riddle 1. What part of a clock is laid backwards? Answer:-(EpJBMJpBq pi8[ 6[[ads };) Bombardier By Robert Beech Fill a tub or dishpan with water and set it in the middle of the back yard. With Â· crayon, mark 10 jar lids with numbers from 1 to 10 and float them on the water. Players stand about eight feet from the tub and try to sink the "ships," using marbles as "bombs." Each player gets three tries. The game ends when everyone has taken a turn. Each player keeps track of the "ships" he sinks and totals his points. The highest total determines- the champion bombardier. Let's Draw a Flounder By Ann Davidow A diamond shape that's rather rounder Makes a creature called a flounder Who blends right in with the ocean floor. His eyes (among his spots galore), Which straight above him always stare, See fish who never know he's there. I KILLS I THEM I ALL WILD srnic HEKBIT BROMHUVEO HIHKIN YES...NEW WEEDONE KILLS MORE LAWN WEEDS THAN ANY OTHER WEED KILLER BECAUSE IT'S NOW SILVEX-FORTIFIED It's true! Weedone is better than ever because it's Silvex-fortified. Silvex extends the killing power of Weedone to such hard-to-control weeds as Chickweed, Henbit and Prostrate Spurge, in addition to Dandelion, Plantain, Wild Garlic and more than a hundred others. There's no need for special formulas; no need to know the name of the weed. Weedone, fortified with Silvex, kills more lawn weeds and yet costs you less than many ordinary weed killers. And Weedone won't kill desirable lawn grasses; is easy to apply, liquid or dry. Sold wherever quality garden products are sold. SPRAY IT . SPREAD IT . WEEDS DREAD IT 5 Ib. bin (dry) 8 oz. can (liquid) Only *2.25 Only Â»1.OO other sizes at proportionately low prices. (Slightly higher west ol Rocky Mountains.) | OTHER WEED PROBLEM SOLVERS: jjj WEEDONE SPOT GRASS KILLER Gives spot control of unsightly grass a clumps in lawns. Kills Muhlenbergia, Dallis Grass, etc. Do'es not S sterilize soil. Reseed in 2 to 3 weeks after treatment. Available in si ready-to-use,16 oz. Aerosol spray .container \$1.98. jjj x-ALL Kills all weed and grass growth. Lasts an entire season. The 5; quick, easy way to clean up patios, driveways, walks, walls, tennis jj: courts . . . wherever complete control of weeds and grass is desired. Jtj 2 "oz. or 8 oz. containers. You mix it in water. Can be applied with sp sprayer or watering can. Non arsenical. 2 oz. \$1.00 treats 75 sq. feet, jtj 8 oz. \$2.75 treats 300 sq. feet. Amchem, X-AII and Weedone ate registered trademarks ot AMCHEM PRODUCTS. INC. (Formerly American Chemical Paint Co.) AMBLER,PA.* Nile;, Calif.*St. Joseph, Mo. S WEEDONE Family Weekly, April 15,1962