Woodford County Journal from Eureka, Illinois on October 26, 1967 · 5
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Woodford County Journal from Eureka, Illinois · 5

Eureka, Illinois
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Thursday, October 26, 1967
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Harry Dycuss bought the home of Mrs. Lula Whi taker that was on public auction Saturday afternoon Mrs. Walter Shaw of Waterloo is here spending several days with Elsie Shaw. Cindy Dunmire of El Paso was a weekend guest of Crystal Jakob. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Seggerman were Sunday evening supper -TBW OJAdS 'SJW PUB 'Jiff. JO S)S3fl3 ovoltei at Toluca. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Trunnell and family gave a wiener roast on Saturday evening to 22 guests. Out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Larry Seggerman and Sherl of Washburn and Cheryl DeGiovanni of Roanoke. Mrs. Irene Dorward helped Mrs. Elsie Shaw entertain the household club on Tuesday. The Parents School Club held its first business meeting on Tuesday evening with the newly elected of ficers: president Lyle Moser; vice president, James Fairchlld ; sec retary Caroline Rarrick; treasurer Laveme Turner. This was also guest night for the parents to visit their children's rooms and meet the teachers. The. meeting will be held the third Tuesday In every month. Mr. and Mrs. Lonco Hink of Oklahoma City Okla. spent sev eral days with Mrs. Elsie Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ritter and Cathy of Marseilles spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Russel Stine. Mrs. Clarence Punke is a patient in Eureka Hospital. She broke her leg at her home when she fell. Mrs. Laura Daniels and daughter weekend guests of Mrs. Elsie Shaw. Ws. Irene Wessel is spending several days with her sister Mrs Elsie Wessel and family in Peoria kit.! N h MRS. KENiNELL TO BE VERSAILLES UNIT HOSTESS The Versailles Unit of Woodford County Homemakers Association will meet at 1:30 o'clock on Thursday afternoon. Nov. 2, at the home of Mrs. Martha Kennell. The roll call is "An Antique I Value". The major lesson on "Parliamentary Procedure' will be given by Mrs. I "Clara Sharp, the the short feature I will be "Family Account". ".- m v K'i iifir.m - .im m www ww -" . 11 fttHV All DO YOUR FOOD SHOPPING HERE 50 Fiee Shot at Home Stamps With the Purchase of 3 WALDORF TOILET TISSUE 4- Boll Pal (Ho Coupon Needed 50 Free Shop at Eon Stamps With the Puchue oi ONE J0BXS0N PLEDGE 14-Oz.Cu (Be Coipoi Needed) 50 Free Shop at Boat Stamps With the FuchaM of TWO THRILL Giant Size (Be Cevpei leeded) 50 Fin Shop at Boao Staapi With the FuchaM of TBSXE USER FOIL 12 i 25 (Be Ceipei Needed) 50 Free Shop at Eoao Stamps With the FuchaM ef 2 CSCAB KATEB lu;;cieo:j r.'EAT 12-Oz.Cai (XjiCopeJfMledJ 50 Free Shop at Eoao Slaapt With the FuchaM oJ 1IXCCZ FLOOD 17AX CU SIm (Xo Cetpei Xeeded) EOYAL CROWN CO LA, so, S-Pah Flu Depoiif .05' PEPPEEEGE FARM - Apple Cherry - Blueberry . Peach FROZEN STR0DEL 14-0i 40' SCOTTIES FACIAL TISSUES 200-ct. K1AFT lELUEETA 2-LB. BOX BED LABEL PEACHES Sliced aid Halm Vh Til 5 FOR 1.C3 9 5' 4F0IM.C3 EOUSEBOLD DEUC3T fi;;;i liquid 20' E0CSEE0LD BELIC3T BLEACH . 6aL XBACES CECCCLATI COTEBED CHERRIES 12-Cl BED POTATOES . AUACAC0S . BED AX9 6SLSEX DZUCIOUS APPLES Fomt chops . CnCCK ROAST . 20-Lh. Baf Each 4-U.Bai 1-Lh. 30' 30' CO' 15' 40' 73' Lk. J GET THE C&L HABIT! Bight Beterred to Limit Qua&titiei IT SAVES YOU MONEY I Will ft irf:i:i(:r s iTX--1-7 tSL C:i IS3 SAT. 7 LSL To I IX. TZZZ 487-1212 Congervillc Mr. and Mrs. Keith .Roth ana family spent Sunday at Wolcott, Ind. Mrs. Kenneth Cross of Baton Rouge, La., Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cross of Lima, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brotherson of Spring field spent the weekend at Cross't. cottage. Mrs. Rosa Lantz returned to Springfield with the Brothersons where she and Mrs. Cross will Mrs. Cecil Moser from Deer Creek spent Wednesday afternoon at the W. H. Reels. Mr. and Mrs. George Steele end Joe from Peoria, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baker from Normal, and Mr and Mrs Ernest Reel and Jeannie from Benson were callers at the W. H. Reels on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Irons and family were weekend guests of Earl Irons. They visited Mrs. Irons who is a patient at the Bro- kaw Hospital In Normal. Vicki and Robin Waller of Bloomington spent the weekend with their grandparents and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weaver and Gerry. Milton Hawley of Seneca, Kans., arrived Wednesday to spend some time with his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stager and daughters. Mrs. Vlota Dewmier of Pittsburg, Calif., spent the ' weekend with her sister, Mrs. Lillie Irions and Ollie. They were Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. Elmer Sharp. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gant and Melba, David and Joe Atherton of Congerville and Dan Graber of Cassa polis, Mich., were Sunday dinner guests of Rev. and Mrx J. E. Atherton of Carlock. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Miller at tended the wedding of their ne phew, Tom Miller, and Anita Vaughn Sunday at the Danveis Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stager and daughters of Congerville and Milton Hawley of Seneca, Kans., were in Elgin Sunday visiting Mrs. Stager's aunt and uncle, Mr .and Mrs. Elmer Harmons. - Mr. and Mrs. Doug Moser of Champaign were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Schrock and son. Tracy Zimmerman attended the homecoming football game be tween ISU and Macomb Saturday. He also visited his sister, Barbara. The Congerville fire department held the annual potluck wiener roast Saturday evening. The fire men and their families attended. There was about 60 present. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sharp were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sharp of Normal. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sharp spent the weekend with v their son, Dan. at Wheatoa Mr. and Mrs., Harold Schleberf and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schieber and Beverly were 5 o'clock Sunday dinner guests of Mr., and Mrs. Joe Klaus of Eureka. The Congerville Community Club Halloween meeting was held on Thursday, Oct 19. The winners of tne Deit costumes were: preschool, Emily Schlipf first, Kevin Oesch second, and Kay Roth third; those from first through third grade, Tim Daniel first, Mark and Marcy Miller second, and Alan Roth third; fourth through sixth grade, Dale Knapp first, Kent Steffen second and Bryan Hasty third. The winners of best Jack-O Lantern were Paula Daniel, Jane Steffen and Andy Zimmerman. The judges were Mr. and Mrs David Loewen, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sharp and Mrs. Ruth Miller. SCHOOL NEWS Reporter, Paula Daniel The first graders are decorating their room for their Halloween parry on Halloween Day. They made orange paper jack-o-lanterns, witcnes, and ghosts. The second grade finished the unit on animals in science. They made posters and learned the poem "The Little Elf". The third graders have been de corating their room for Halloween They have many scary looking goblins flying on the windows. In social studies they are studying about Indians and Pioneers. They are learning an Indian song with actions. Mary Ann Steffe had a birthday. The fourth graders are starting to study about people who live in the forest regions in South Ameri ca. They will be starting a . new unit on science soon. They are reading "Brighty of Grand Can yon" by Margereite Henry in their story room afternoon hour. In the fifth grade Billy Hayes had his tenth birthday, Oct 23. He treated everyone in his room to a candy bar. In social studies they are preparing a bulletin for the states. They have Jack-o-lantems and black cats about the room. Paula Daniel made a large witch for the window in the door. Paula Daniel is taking . lessons on the saxophone. She was omitted from last week's list , At Community dub Oct 19, prizes for best costumes were won by Dale Knapp, Timmy Daniel, Kevin Oetcb, Bryan Hasty, Kent Steffen, Alan Roth, Emily Schlipf, Mark Mffler, Marcy Miller and Kay Roth. Pumpkin jack-o-lantern contest winners were Paula Dan iel, Jan Steffen and Andy Zim merman. The sixth grade finished the unit on Egypt in social studies and are ready to continue their trip through the M3ddl East Davenport News Nearly 50 students have returned posters in the Farm Bureau woman's committee food poster contest The posters, designed to make students more aware of the need for balanced diets, will be judged soon. Teachers are planning the parent teacher conferences to be held Nov. 6, 8 and 9. The 15 minute conferences have been scheduled for the afternoon and evening of Nov. 6, the afternoon of Nov 8 and the, evening of Nov. 9. Conferences for the kindergarten stu dents will be during November and later in January. From Grade 4C: HALLOWEEN NIGHT On Halloween night When the moon is bright, The street lights go on with a glorious sight On a dark street, the old timers say, Witches and cats prowl this way, With skulls on the street go clank-ety clank, While robbers go off to rob the bank. Goblins, colored over with green, Knock on the doors on Halloween. Martha Coventry HALLOWEEN On Halloween the witch will come And try to scare you, And you may be afraid When the owl goes whoo! The ghosts all go out When the moon is shining bright, And they may go boo! It all happens on Halloween night Diane Bechtel HALLOWEEN' NIGHT One Halloween night, The witches are out Riding on their brooms. They cackle and scream On Halloween night. On Halloween night Ghosts and goblins Scream and screech Through the air On Halloween night. On Halloween night Watch out for the black cat And from a haunted house May fly a vampire bat On Halloween night. Charlotte Mangold Cub Pack 57 Inducts Seven WEiam Taylor enSsted in the Navy and began training last week at Great Lakes Naval Training Station. Cub Pack 257 opened its monthly meeting Monday evening with a ceremony honoring new members with the older members describ ing the duties of a cub scout New members sworn ifr were! Den No. 5, Bryan Hinnen; Den No. 6, Mathew Greek, Keith Berry, Ronald Lesko; Den No. 8, Tommy Tracy, Bill Myers; Den No. 9, Mark Hodel, Kevin Finch, David Sours; Den No. 12, Brad Ruder Bruce Ruder, Bryant Ruder, Greg-ery Melaik. Bill Bowald, Joe Quast. Games were played and prizes given to the winners. FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED COUPLES Kellers .. 19 8 Dunmi res 14V4 12H Farmer's Grain 14 13 Brubakers 14 13 Woodford Co. Mutual .. 13tt 13'4 Travers . 13 14 Hart's Service 11 16 National Bank of E. 9 18 High individual series: (Men): Ralph Aberle 205, Everett Treece 203 and 204; (Women): Kay Bur ton 177, Lorene Dingeldine 177, Ruth Turner 173. Highindivi dual series: (Men): Bob Shoup 567, Everett Treece 546, Jerry Welker 531; (Women): Ruth Turner 488, Kay Burton 486, Flo Shoup 457. High team game: Woodford Co, Mutual Ins.- 999, Brubaker Trans fer 974 and 956 High team series: Brubaker Transfer 2867, National Bank 2745, Kellers 2725. CONGERVILLE MENNONITE Dave Loewen, pastor Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Classes for all ages. Morning worship, 10:30 a m. Evening service, 7 p.m. Joint service at the Carlock Mennonite Church. "Holding Forth the Word of Life", Phil 2:16. Tuesday. Oct 3L Halloween par ty for all Senior High young people at Carl Grieder home, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1, Junior choir practice 7 p-m.; adult choir 8 p.m UNITED PBE8BTTEBIAN Rev. Glen A. Spearman Lord's Day service, 10:30. Sunday Church school. 9:30. Don't forget to turn your clocks back an hour on Saturday night Oct 30. Girl Scout Troop 474 will meet? at 3 :30. Boy Scout Troop will meet at 7 p.m. Oct 31, Girl Scout Troop 559 will hold their meeting in Fellowship Hafl at 3:30. Nov. L Thrift Shoo is open from to 4 p.m. Chancel choir rehear sal at 7 p.m. The Woodford County Journal Eureka, Illinois, October 26, 1967 0v W. M. "Mlto" Sflr, WMdferi Cnty form Arfvhr UnhnnKy f llllnalt Call Af rfcoth Out of town dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Moser Sunday were Mr. and Mrs Art Hemktfer, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ileinlnger, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Moser, Rose Hoffman, Kathrya Moser and Esther Gingrich of Morton; Mr. and Mrl. Henry Kaurer and Mr. and Mrs. Ell Mow of rairbtsry In the eve ning their son, -Jloward, showed pictures of Vietnam and ThaSand, etc LIQUID AND DRY FERTILIZERS Questions about availability of liquid and dry forms of fertilizer still come to us often. Farmers ask, "Is Uquid fertilizer more available for plant use than dry fertilizer?" They want to know the facts of the matter. The fact is there is no practical difference. Nutrients in liquid fer tilizer are no more and no less available than those in dry fertili zer. By applying a bit of common sense thinking we can see why there is no difference. In the first place the source of nutrients for both forms of fertili zer is often the same. Secondly the amount of water in liquid fertili zer when applied to me soil (2,000,000 pounds per acre in the plow layer) is negligible. Ap plied to a very dry soil the water would soon evaporate and leave the fertilizer nutrients in crystal dry) form. On the other hand . . . dry fertilizer applied to moist soil quickly absorbs moisture and goes into solution and is immediately available for plant use within a few hours, or at most a few days. Conclusion? Whan equal amounts of nutrients are applied, liquid and dry fertilizers give equal performance. Neither is better or poorer than the other. The growing crop that uses the nutrients doesnt know the difference. When you are buying fertilizer, select on the basis of cost per pound of nutrients applied to your field. Consider also convenience or handling, dealer service, etc. HOW MUCH FERTILIZER The com yield you are able to make is your best guide to the amount of fertilizer you should use for next years crops. We'll assume that you have your soil adequately limed and fertilized so the pH Is 6.0 or better, the P 1 (available phosphorus) is 30 pounds or better, and the K (available potassium) is 280 pounds or better. Then you can go on a maintenance program and use your yield level as a guide. Here are suggested termizer rates for different yield levels. Five or ten pounds variation one way or another is not going to make any big difference. For 100 bushels per acre use 110-50-50 ($14), 120 bushels use 140-60-60 ($18). 150 bushels use 170-70-70 ($21.), 200 bushels use2 20-100-100 ($28). The dollar figure in paren thesis represents the approximate cost Per acre for that amount of nutrients. This could vary according to form of nutrients and area. Unfortunately, there are still many fields low in lime (PH below 6.0), phosphorus (P 1 below 30) and potassium (K below 280). These fields should be built up to the desired levels according to soil test. SHOWING TOE WAY . As is often the case, farmers in Woodford and surrounding counties " showing theg way" with new ideas. Case in point . . conservation tillage practices. We arc very proud to see so many bean fields that are being left unplowed. Some are in stubble. Some have been disked lightly. Many have been chiseled. These fields will not suffer wind and water erosion losses that plowed bean fields will. In addition, conservation tillage saves time and money. Congratulations for not being afraid to switch! Ruth Imhoff, Louise Frerichs, Mrs. Alf Haecker, Mrs. Henry Klopfenstein and Mrs. Mary Spring of Washington had dinner Saturday night at the Crestwood near Mc-Nabb for the birthday of Miss Imhoff. W1LKEB DTEB - B0T EIXEJ INSURANCE all kinds Eureka Phones 7-3113 & 7-2635 TASTT NATURALLY CUBED CHEESE SWISS BLUE BRICK CHEDDAB COLBY mum 1 Mile West of Eureka TVHIS r a C 0 -S" AvaiIaI?0at:w- ' E8T3P-I ' TEAYI3 BZ9 ft KZITB EU3ESA ISA ot delivered to f oar dooi Distributed by BACZX&X DAISY Phone Eureka 467-3305 SELUEY'S DRIVE HI Will be closed SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MOHDAY, OCT. 28, 29, 30 to visit our son, Kenneth at Open House at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Thank You, GEORGE and SHIRLEY SELVEY ZENITH, DUSS8RT, .WESTIXCS8USZ (Specialize in Color) SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF TV AND APPLIANCES Dp ? tv imuxci ri U b SALES ft SIBVICE llaUi 116 S. Main Washington, III Phone 283-2185 Come in and register for Zenith Table Model Radio given away each month. WITCHCRAFT BREWS HALLOWEEN FUN This evil-looking witch hat the kindest intention! ihe is going to make Halloween partying a treat with no tricks Involved. Set the witch centerpiece and her matching party accessories on your table and she'll haunt the scans In style. Or choose the grinning pump-Wn face or any of the other enchanting Hallmark party sets bewitching, with no bother. rxii CHAtAQUSS'

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