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The Republic from Meyersdale, Pennsylvania • 2

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The Republici
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Meyersdale, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, May 11, 1950 MEYERSDALE REPUBLICAN PAGE "TWO Tips for Farm Garden ternoon, April 29, at 3 o'clock from the Grove Funeral Home in charge of Dr. George L. Detweiler. Burial was Sunday, April 30th, at 3:00 p.m. in charge of Hum-lwrt' Funpi'fll Home with Rfv.

Obituary 0. Railroad Co. for the past 47 years. Surviving him are his wife, Maude Morrison Kurtz; one son, Earl of Cleveland, and two sisters, Mrs. Lloyd Crow and Mrs.

Daisy Reese of Springfield, 0. Interment was made in Somerset Memorial Park. Hasly Pasturing Injures Grass; Get Rid Borer blight can spread from the greenhouse to the garden on the young plants and will result in a failure in the home grown tomato crop. Greenhouse men should take precautions to protect the plant from this disease. Uie two pounds of actual copper in 100 gallons of spray or 1 XM tablespoons to each gallon of spray control this late blight.

Any bed that shows symptoms should not be sold but should hp destroyed. Fleming conducting the service to your ground or to the neighbors' ground'and lay eggs on weeds and young corn stalks that will many times increase the corn borer population which we in the past year. Urge everyone in your community to follow this protective measure. Get rid of all corn stalks. Tomato Blight According to Mr.

A. H. Bauer, Extension Plant Pathologist, late tomato blight has been found in the new plants now growing in the greenhouses in Western Pennsylvania. This prompts me to urge plant growers to be on the lookout in their greenhouses and also reminds the prospective buyer to make inquiry along this line. Late good pasture is available.

The best guide to feeding at this time is condition of flesh, milk production per cow, and amount and quality of pasture. Helps Corn HARVEY E. IJAKER Harvey E. Bakbr died Tuesday, May 9, In the Somerset County Home, where he had beon residing since last Noveniber. He was born in Greenville township, a son of Mr.

and Mrs. Michael Baker, on July 5, 1875. He" was 74 years 10 months and four days old at his death. He was twice married. His first wife, Elizabeth Klink Baker, who died some years ago.

Two children of that marriage survive, Mrs. Pansy of Canton, and Elccde Baker of Meyersdale RD 3. He is by his second wife, the, formei' Miss Margaret Shunk, who resides on Meyersdale Route three sons, Grant A. B'aker, Mey- Since the sensation in California airplane officials are said to be contemplating checking all airplane baggage for bombs. On the raildoads they will continue the process of checking for bums.

ersdale RD 3, Hubert Baker, U. S. Army at Fort Dix, N. Norman Baker, Detroit, three daughters, Mrs. Dorothy McKenssie, Meyersdale RD 3, and Mrs.

Delia Rhodes and Mrs. Dessie Nichols, both of Glady, W. a half brother, James Baker, Meyersdale RD 3 and one sister, Miss Lydia Baker of Ohio. He was a member of St. Mark's Reformed Church, Pocahontas, where funeral services were conducted at 2 o'clock Thursday with the Rev.

Earle Dobbs, pastor, officiating. Interment in the Greenville Cemetery in charge of mortician Stanley M. Thomas, Salisbury. HOLMES TEAS Holmes Teas died at his home in Nashville, Saturday, May 6, following a lingering illness. He was born in Ridgeway, and was the youngest son of Mrs.

Margaret Hoblitzell Teas and the late William Teas of Nashville. In addition to his mother he is survived by two brothers, John H. Teas of Nashville, and William T. Teas of Andrews, N. C.

He was a grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. William T. Hoblitzell of Meyersdale. A prayer service was conducted in Nashville Monday and the body then taken to Philadelphia for The pall bearers were: Dr.

Brooke, G. A. Frantz, Robert Brown, Ralph Van Sickel, Edward Whetsell and William Winning. SILAS S. COOK Silas S.

Cook, 53, died Wednesday at his home in Meyersdale. Death was due to a heart ailment from which he had suffered the past two years. He was born in Bedford county, December 12, 189fi, a son of John W. and Rosct-ta Waugaman Cook, both deceased. He moved to Meyersdale when a boy.

He was formerly employed in the maintenance department of. the Pennsylvania highway department. His wife Mrs. Lydia Keefer Cook survives and a stepson, James Sisk of Cumberland, Md a brother Clyde of Ellerslie, three sisters, Mrs. J.

L. Berkebile, Hooversville; Mrs. William Downey, Elyria, Mrs. P. A.

Leslie, Toronto, O. Another brother, Sam Cook, died last summer. funeral service will be Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at the late home with Rev. Edwin C.

Nagle of Amity Evangelical and Reformed church and the Rev. Lloyd A. McKinley of the First Methodist Church CHARLES LYTLE Charles Lytle, 25, of near Confluence, met a tragic death on Sunday, when he was shot by a neighbor. He was the son of Leah Green Lytle and the late John Lytle of Fair Ooks. He served two years in the U.

S. Army in the European theatre, achieving the rank of master sergeant. Since his discharge he had been living at home and doing the farm work. He recently purchased a near-by farm, which he had under cultivation. Besides his mother, he is survived by two brothers, Preston, of Dawson, and John, Baltimore; six sisters, Mrs.

Alvin Hyatt, Mrs. Alex Hyatt, Elsie, of Baltimore, Mrs Burley Harris of Fair Oaks and Mrs. Margaret Bryner of Dawson. The Rev. George Coffman of the Church of God officiated at the funeral.

Military rites were performed by the V.F.W. posts of Addison and Confluence. Interment in Johnson's Chapel cemetery under the direction of C. B. Humbert and Son.

By Glenn KUenbergcr Ass't County Agent Injures Pasture Cows, like thwir owners, are subject to spring fever. As the young grass starts, cows become restless and are anxious to get out on pasture. Evidence of 'fever' on the part of dairymen is that they turn them out too soon. If pastured too soon the grass will be injured for the rest of the season. When grass first starts it may contain from 85 to 90 percent water.

If cows are to be maintained both in condition of flesh and in milk production, continue winter feeding schedule for a few days when they are first turned on past-ture. As the grass becomes more mature changes in the feeding schedule can be made. Then grass makes up the larger part of the feed. But continue feeding dry hay throughout the pasture seascn. This practice has given many dairymen excellent results.

The dry hay helps to slow up the grass passing through the digestive tract and enables the cow to make much better use of the nutrients in the grass. Feed the dry hay either in the barn or from a rack in the pasture where cows can help themselves. The protein content of the grain mixture may be lowered to 12 to 16 percent depending upon the quality and amount of pasture, and less grain is needed if plenty of The most practical ounce of prevention that a farmer can use in helping lo control the spread of European corn' borer in Somerset County is the prompt plowing down of all corn stalks before the DEADLINE MAY 1. This practice buries the cocoon stage of the corn borer and smothers out the moth when it tries to get to the to fly away and lay eggs for the coming season. Not only must corn stalk ground be plowed but a complete job must be done.

One way in which this may be accomplished is to use a no. 9 wire 12 feet long with one end attached to the coulter post and the other end running underneath the coulter hub and trailing in the furrow being covered. This will drag down the stalks in orded that the next plowed furrow covers them. Every farmer must cooperate along this line to do a good job because moth that live over will flv mil Hugh L. Porter, Evangelist Revival Services Every Night Thru May 14 P.M.

DST Assembly of God Pentecostal Church BOYNTON, PA. Kill Lawn Grubs This is the time to treat the lawn to kill grubs. E. J. Udine, Ponn Krnfa pvtpnsinn entnmnlnpist.

MRS. DANIEL L. MILLER Mrs. Grace Ellen Miller, 79, widow of D. L.

Miller of Confluence, died Thursday, April 27th, at the Harrisburg State Hospital, where she had been a patient for the last year. She had been in failing health for the last nine years. She was born at State Line, the daughter of Andrew and Mary 0. recommends applying When washed into the turf immediately after application, chlordane will give two to three years' pro MEYERSDALE tection. PLEASE? (Emmert) Miller.

Her eariy nie was lived at State Line and for six years she resided with her aunts in Kansas. PVT. EDWARD R. KABINA Pvt. Edward R.

Kabina, 18, of MacDonaldton was instantly killed on the Pennsylvania Turnpike sev-; en miles east of Somerset late Friday night when a car driven by Russell J. Hamilton of Latrobe RD 4 crashed into the rear of a heavy trailer truck driven by Don Paul of Pvt. Kabina was a son of Stephen and Martha Swanson Kabina and was born June 25, 1931. He was stationed at Ft. Belvoir, for 18 months.

Besides his parents he is survived by four brothers and a sister, Ernest Kabina of the armed forces in Alaska, John Kabina of the U. S. Army in Japan, Norman and Stephen Jr. and Katie Kabina, at home. He was a graduate of Berlin-Brothersvalley High School.

Funeral services were held in the Johnson and Son Funeral Home Tuesday, May 9, at 2 o'clock, with the Rev. H. Austin Cooper officiating. Interment in the Pike Cemetery at Brotherton. WINFIELI) SCOTT KURTZ Funeral services were held Sun AUDREY LANE ana, AN EXPERIENCED FUR STORAGE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ANAHM AN FUJR CO.

Mrs. Miller had attended Juniata College and her early married life was lived at Meyersdale. In 1900 the family moved to Confluence. REMEMBER MEMORIAL DAY with this tribute of Sternal love Crowning beauty for your family lot this Memorial Day a distinctive Family Monument of matchless Rock of Ages granite, with a bonded guarantee to lasc literally fertver. Do not postpone this im- portant decision.

See our display of memorials designed and finished by master craftsmen every type and price. JOHNSON MEMORIAL CO. Phone 233 Salisbury St. Meyersdale, Pa. i i' SfSKiO jl ONLY EXCLUSIVE FURRIER IN THIS SECTION OF PENNA.

WITH A GUARANTEED COLD STORAGE PLANT Her husband oiea two ana a nun years ago. She was a member of the First Baptist Church, Confluence, and was a member of the Great Crossing Chapter of the DAR. Surviving are these children: S. Emmert Miller, Midland; Mrs. Elmer E.

Smith, Mrs. Robert N. Boerner, both of Waynesboro; three grandchildren; a brother, A. A. Miller, Welsh Run and four sis-tova Mrs.

O. R. LeFevre. Welsh WILL BE AT THE FROM 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M.

ONE DAY ONLY ONE DAY ONLY TUESDAY, MAY 16 day for Winfield Scott Kurtz, 6G, 4 took for this seal on your Rock of Ages monument or marker. It identifies all Rock of Ages monuments. Confluence, at the riauger runerai Home, Somerset, with the Rev. Kenneth Barnett officiating. Run, Mrs.

L. H. Leiter, Green-castle, Mrs. John J. Johns, New Windsor, Md.

and Mrs. Mary Pct-rie, San Diego, Cal. Funeral was held Saturday af Mr. Kurtz, a son of the late Kurtz, was employed by the scores of conveniences A Kitchen Maid kitchen carefully planned and installed by our trained ipecialists is one of the best investments you could make in your home. Only Kitchen Maid offers you quiet Aluminum Drawers, sturdy Resinite Doors, smart Flo-Line Styling and friendly Composite Construction.

These fine wood kitchens come in four attractive colors and white with your choice of Stainless steel, plastic or linoleum coun-tertops in a variety of colors. Come in and see how thrifty, how smart and how friendly your kitchen can be. Ask for free planning booklet "Kitchen Regardless of Where You Purchased Your Fur1 Coat We Will Gladly Store It For You in Our Modern Cold Storage Vaults In Canadian's Cold Storage You Can Be Sure You Get Complete' Protection That Only a Furrier Can Give MAID EN Kffi ITCH AMABMAW in KSTCHE WHERE FURS ARE SAFEST AND RATES ARE LOWEST PROTECT AGAINST FIRE HEAT THEFT MOTHS Fike's Heating Appliance Co. 158 E. Main SI.

Somerset, Pa. Phone G13 is 1. Market Washington Streets Johnstown's Largest and Leading Furrier 4. 6 Sip (Good So BBemmtifuai It's almost time to salute the graduating classes of 1950 You'll want to pay tribute to someone who will receive proudly, a beribboned diploma. For the graduate the IDEAL GIFT IS JEWELRY Call at Cook's Jewelry Store and we'll help you select a never-to-be-forgotten present for your daughter, son, niece or nephew one that will brighten the occasion and live for years with the person who received it.

No. 2535 Is cut In sizes 12 to 20 36 to 48. Size 18 dress, '3 yds. bolero, 2 yds. 35-ln.

No. 2155 Is cut In sizes 1, 2. 3 4 and 6. Size 4 dress, 2 yds. yds.

ruffling: or 2'. yds. 35-in. check with y. yd.

for collar. Panties V. yd. 35-in. Send 25c for EACH pattern with name, address, style number and size to AUDREY LANE BUREAU, Box 229.

Madison Square Station, New York, Y. The new SUMMER FASHIOS BOOK shows 150 other styles, 25c ex. tra- Somerset County's Largest Se-lectibh'of Nationally Advertised Watches, Diamonds, Rings, and Gift Suggestions. Choose from the best in fine watches. See our wide assortment of styles by Hamilton, Elgin, Gruen, Benrus.

permanent wave magic! the new by CURTIS I Uo Pe 4T GRADUATION SPECIALS Your Choice of Four Models Shown Dollar for Dollar you cant befit a r'r. T'te7t JJ'rei: LPcJDMfflAfflf Fully Guaranteed Plus Tax A magnificent selection of attractive ladies' and gents' watches in rolled gold plate. Shock resistant, dust protected, ready to give you years of service. Select your graduation gifts early! Naturally we like to hear people talking about Pontiac's new low price Pontiac value is something to talk about. But it gives us even more pleasure to tell a new car buyer the full story of Pontiac's all-around goodness goodness which is far beyond Pontiac' modest price.

There's nothing better than Pontiac for beauty Pontiac is the most beautiful thing on wheels! Nothing will give you more satisfying performance than either one of Pontiac's famous, power-packed Silver Streak engines. And no car has a better road record for dependability and economy. Today's Pontiacs are so big so good so beautiful that they create a completely new idea of what your new car dollars can buy. Dollar for dollar, you can't beat a Pontiac! America's Loireat-Prletd Straight F.ight Lou-ent-Priffd Car uith CM nydra-Matic Itrire Optional on all models at extra cost, Power-Paeked Silver Streak Knginem -Choice of Six or Eight World Itenoirned iload Mteeord tor Economy and Long Lite The Mot Bean til ul Thing on Wheels Use Your Credit at Fabulous new Flexa-Wave with the amazing Automatic Atomizer technique gives your hair incredible new beauty. Azh your professional beautician about Flexa-Wave today I LANDIS BEAUTY SHOP PHONE 308 230 CENTER STREET MEYERSDALE, PA.

COOK'S Jewelry Store SINCE 1900 Meyersdale, Pa. Hew St aBtetapel B2tar Co William F. Woullatd Meyersdale, Pa. )ale Street.

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Years Available:
1900-1977