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Thursday Evening, June 20, 1957. Corn and Soybean Planting Is Still Behind Schedule LAFAYETTE (UP) — Agricul-i while in the central areas between tural experts said only 75 per cent of Indiana s corn crop and 60 per cent of the state's soybean crop •was planted by the end of last week. Robert E. Straszheim, agricultural statistician at Purdue University, said in the weekly crop bulletin that rainy weather again kept farmers out of their fields 78 per cent of the time. Only five per cent of the total corn acreage was planted during 70 and 80. per cent has been planted, with only 40 per cent being reported planted in the southwest. All sections of the state report cornfields are weedier than usual." Soybean planting followed much the same pattern as corn, with the largest percentage in the northern third and the smallest in the southwest. Rye harvest has begun in a few counties across southern Indiana. tiie entire week. I About half the oat crop has headed "There is considerable variation , ou '- Reports indicate 75 per cent over the state in the percentage I of the wheat is in the milk stage planted," Straszheim said. "Over' wilh ih e crop nearing maturity in 90 'per cent of the acreage has' southern districts, been planted in the northern third, Hay harvest continues under unfavorable weather conditions and about one-third of-the total has been cut. Not only did the rainy humid weather delay crop planting but also it favored some fungous diseases now showing on wheat heads NOTK'F. STATE OF INDIANA) COI.'NTY OF CASS ) NOTICE TO ALL PKRSO.VS IV- TERKSTKli IN THE KSTATK OK iiAnar FORBIS. In the Circuit Court ot Cass County, April Term, 1357. Cause Number 14f>lM. -,,^'J .'A 1 . 6 .9! a , tter ur "it- Ksiate ofl'as the crop ripens, Straszheim re- ilAKKt rUKKIh. UeeeHIiecl. , „, „)_,! Notice Is hereby Klven that : P orLea VERA FORJii.s a» Kxevutrix <,fi "Scab is already abundant on «™t«*d £5d" n^i h ! 'e? l Hc''run!' r r,; "heat in the southwestern coun- final settlement or suici estate, ties," he said. "Usually a portion and that the s-amn "'ill comet r.|: - - - - ~ for the examination and action of said Circuit Court, on the Kin d:iy of July, IS57, at which time all parsons Interexted !n salil eMatc arc required to appear In sakl court and show cause, If any there be, why said account xhnultl not be approved. Am! tin- heirs of wald decedent arid all others interested are also required to appear and make proof of their lielr- shlp or claim to any part of said 6stat*. VBRA FpRRfS Attorney of the head appears blighted or white. Grains may not develop at all or be shriveled severely." The scab also may affect rye, oats and barley. The experts said nogs will not eat scabby barley. HER FEELING SPRINGFIELD, Mass — Mrs. Adelaine Marie Nichols, 105, recently told a friend, "Sometimes I feel that I have Jived too long." True Life Adventures HOPPING MAD. ©NE THINS ROUSES THE TIMIC7 MOTHER COTTONTAIL— A SNJAW.E NEAR HER VOUMS . SHE ATTACK'S AMt? (SENEKAUJV ROLJT6 THE KEFTIL-E . 6-2O DUrt™i t, K»| f..~« Stutw. Rochester Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gady and family spent Sunday in Chicago attending a family gathering honoring Mrs. Gaiiy's grandfather on the 90th anniversary of his birth. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Castleman, daughter, Becky and son, Sen, spent Sunday in Plymouth, the guests of Mrs. Castleman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Washburn. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lebo and family have moved into their newly purchased home at 1009 East Ninth street. Mrs. Harrison Halterman, and sons, Teddy and Lynn, and her mother, Mrs. Ort Waltz, have returned to their homes after a several days visit with relatives in Bremen. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Goss have returned home after a three weeks' vacation spent at Eye, N, Y. and other eastern points. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mathias and family of Delta, Colorado, are vacationing in Rochester with relatives and friends. The Mathiases are former Rochester residents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dennison and family were guests of relatives in Lebanon, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bailey entertained to dinner Tuesday, 'Mrs. Bailey's brother, George Wadsworth and Mrs. Wadsworth, from Napoleon, Ohio. •" Mr. and Mrs. John Phebus and daughter, Sue, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bailey were in Dwight, 111., Sunday, where they attended the Wadsworth Family reunion. .There were 114 members of the family present, including the seven children of the senior Wadsworth, of whom Mrs. Bailey was one. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant entertained to Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bryant and children of Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bryant and children, of Rochester, and Mr. and Mrs. John Weigel and family of Indianapolis. Mrs. John Meader was hostess to the Radio club .-Monday, when they held a covered dish dinner in her 'home. Following the dinner, a short Business meeting was held, after which "dirty bingo" was played, with each guest receiving a prize. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant enter- tslned. to dinner Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sanders and granddaughter,'Pamela Noble, of Miami, Florida; Mrs. Bessie Zimmerma:',, and Mrs. Maude Hall. Afternoon guests were Mrs. William Gottschalk and daughter, Sherri Sue. Mr. Sanders is a brother of the above ladies named. Mrs. Ora Castle- and daughter, Mrs. Clarence Alexander, were business visitors in Warsaw, Wednesday. Starts TODAY! Mohlman 's Sumiaef m JOIN OUR VACATION CLUB BUY WHAT YOU NEED NOW! START PAYMENTS LAUR 3 eult(/r«d gold. In 70K $39.50 70K Kay to Heart pendant. $3.93 m$ KS?yJ$%K^BXK 8 superb diamonds in rich UK fish- tail settings $110 "Autumn Leavei' pin by Sunbeam Instant Coffeo Trifarl $6 Makur. R«fl. $24,95. Now $11. W Waitclox "Z«tt" electric wall clock. Reg. 9.95 T4K wedding band < for now U.It him and h«r. $19.91. 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