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* TreeDa-ge Treatment Is Suggested By LEO SHARP (Fulton County Farm Adviser) If your Chinese elm trees have, a scorched appearance, it is probably damage from the elm leaf beetle. This yellow and black insect feeds on the leaves making them die and have a scorched appearance. Elm leaf beetles are not a newcomer to Fulton County. Your farm adviser has recognized them in various degrees for the past few years. The control is to apply four pounds of lead arsenate or two pounds of 50 per cent DDT wet- table powder or two quarts of 25 per cent DDT emulsion to 100 gallons of water. In small quantities this is four level teaspoons of lead arsenate or two teaspoons of 50 per cent water wettable DDT powder or four teaspoons of 25 per cent DDT emulsion in one gallon of water. The trees should be saturated with the spray to get good control. This ?hould also be done as soon as possible to prevent the trees from being completely "denuded" of leaves. • Citizenship Stressed Forty-seven boys and girls and their counselors attended the Western Illinois 4-H Club Camp from Fulton County last week. Fulton County home adviser, Mrs. Ruth Moorman, and the farm adviser accompanied the group from the county. Fulton County campers had the opportunity to live and share their experiences with 4-H'ers from McDonough, Greene and Menard counties. Assisting the extension personnel at the camp as counselors were Berta Nott and Allison Mueller, Lewistown, and Dorothy Nesbit, London Mills. Campers learned about the STOMACH TROUBLE? Ulcer pain, gas, bloating TAKE HARVEY TABLETS The Harvey Stomach treatment has given relief to thousands. Our medicine is designed to form a coating on your stomach, thus to allow healing and protection against excess stomach add. Ulcer pain, gas, Dloatlng and stomach distress are mostly the result of. too much acid secretion. . You will be so pleasantly surprised when In Just a few days you will find yourself sleeping much better, having more pep and energy and won't have that feeling of exhaustion due to stomach distress. This doctor's formula is sold on a money-back guarantee, 48 iiblets—full size Is only 11.85. Accept no substitute, demand HARVEY TABLETS. Mat! orders filled. Sold only WEST DRUG CO., INC. — GO WEST — We OeUvor 324 C. Mala aalaiburg They'll Do It Every Time 7HEJ 1 Q\j£f By Jimmy Hallo r , AND REMEMBBft* . RULEpPCAMP... MOOS&JAW IS NEATNiS*/ SOU GOT TO 8ATW£ DAV«'MAK£ UP VOUft BUNKS -tfteMlNUTfiyOUOETUP-" SW££P OUT YOUR TENTS." L PUT4WAy HESL6PT ON THAT a&PlLfi OP , CLOTHES UST NK3HT«»0lDNT KNOWj THE DIPP6REWCE".- L1ST6M TO RUMPLE,THE mm EXAMPLE/, Mis BUNK MASN'T BEEN MAOe SINCE IT LEFT THE PACTORy* r \VAVftUMPL£ DRESSES HE 'ALWAYS LOOKS LIKE HE JUST LGOT RUN OVER/, /A LOT OP HHATSTUPPj , IS MINE HE BORROWED*" 6UT2 DONT WANT IT, BACK/.' 81? LENDINGANEARTO THE CAMP COUNSELOR'S. TALK ON SPRUCING UP* -|TM ST., .OHIO CARROLLLV i m. OMtkMiM aimdiux. be. MB. W«!4i Multipliers- (Continued from page 4) Golesbu to, Reqister»Moi I, Golesburg, Tuesdoy> Aug, 13,1 963 Jl_ American flag through their flag- raising and lowering ceremonies in the morning and in the evening. Campers also had the privilege of going on overnight camp-out trips, boating and fishing. Enters Hospital Harry Wrjght, assistant farm adviser, is in the hospital recovering from an illness that is expected to keep him there for another week or longer. He is in Room 126 at the Graham Hospital in Canton. Vic at Fair Fulton County is well represented by participation in both the junior and adult activities at the Illinois State Fair. Dallas City Legion Unit Picks Leaders DALLAS CITY — Mrs. Ava Canfield, president of the American Legion Auxiliary, has apoint- ed committee chairmen for the 1963-64 year as follows: Americanism, Luella Kurrle; child welfare, Barbara Walters; civil defense, Edna Gatts; community service, Lucille Terry; coupons, Maxine Anguish; education and scholarship, Blanche Hyhouse; finance, Rowena Luder; Girls State, Eva Oriano and junior activities, Anna Maynard. Also, legislative, Hazel Schroeder; membership, Dot Wheeler; Gold Star, Mary Ellen Poulter; music, Shirley Ferrill; national security, Cora Luder; Pan-American, Mary Pieper; Past Presidents Parley, Velva Childers; poppy, Lulu Dunn; publicity, Edith Allen and radio and TV, Edith Allen. Also, rehabilitation, Byrde Hutson; membership liaison, Eleanor Six; revision and bylaws, Marion Carper and sunshine, D e 1 o r e s Shoemate. READ THE WANT ADS1 ATTENTION MR. BUSINESSMAN: Is That Second Telephone Number EXTRA OR ESSENTIAL? It just depends on how you feel about profits. If you don't mind missing important calls, or leaving your customers dangling on the end of a busy signal,., that second phone is an extra. But if you like being known as the man who's always ready and able to do business, call us today. You'll be glad you did. Business Office Phone 343-1112 quadrennial assessment year. The next quadrennial assessment year after 1958 for the 1? commission counties was last year, 1962, and the next quadrennial assessment years after 1958 for the township counties is 1963. The State Department of Revenue is in the process of determining tentative 1983 multipliers for the township counties. Once a county gets a tentative multiplier, and it is greater or less than 1, the Board of Review can go to work in such county and by necessary and just internal equalization within the county, make it possible for the Department to later certify a final multiplier of 1. WHEN the Department finishes its equalization work, it certifies to each county clerk the percentage as finally determined by it to be added or deducted from the assessed valuation of property as returned by the county clerk. This percentage adjustment is made to every individual piece of locally assessed property in the county by the county clerk. For example, if it is found that the aggregate assessed valuation of property in X township county for 1961 is 50 percent of the estimated full, fair cash value the percentage to be added is 100, and the multiplier is 2. Accordingly, if the assessed valuation of a vacant lot as locally made is $500, its equalized valuation for tax extension purposes may be determined either by increasing $500 by 100 per cent or by multiplying $500 by 2. Either way, the equalized assessment is $1000. OUR ANCESTORS "She claims she wears the new "peek-a-boo" shirtwaist because it's cooler, but I think' it's just to attract menl" I still preach the same Gospel. That doesn't change." "Yes, sir, I could take my prospects to a cheaper place, but what's a businessman's lunch without a table .cloth to figure on?" Cross-Stitch Neivs NOTE: Send pattern older* direct to New York. Watch address below. Orderi will NOT be accepted at Galesburg newipapei office Add luxury to sola, chair, bed with elegant 14-inch pillows. Use natural colors. New decorator pillows! Romantic roses — mainly 6 - to - inch cross- stitch. Pattern 503: transfer 11- inch round, square motifs; color schemes. Thirty-live centa In coins for this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling Send to Laura Wheeler,, care of Galesburg Register-Mail, 74 Needlecraft Dept., P O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station New York 11, N V. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER. NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE NEWEST RAGE—SMOCKED accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 19S3 Needlecraft Catalog — just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Dallas City PTA Plans Project DALLAS CITY - The third week in August has been officially designated by the National Congress of Parents and Teachers as PTA Magazine Week. During that time PTA members will concentrate on bringing their magazine into the homes of their neighbors. Wilbert Seigfried of Pontoosuc is chairman of the District 336 PTA magazine committee, to which additional members will be named. Now You Know By United Press Internationa] The Great Lakes form the largest body of fresh water in the world, and with their connecting waterways are the largest inland water transportation unit, according to the World Almanac. Ironwood, Mich., in the upper peninsula, is as far west as St. Louis, Mo. Quotes From Today's News (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press International WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Dean Rusk, telling a Senate committee hearing why he thought Russia agreed to the limited nuclear test ban: "In the past year, for the first time the nuclear powers had a look at nuclear exchange as an operational matter. Man had a chance to look into the pit of the inferno." ST. LOUIS, Mo.-Stan Musial, announcing he will retire at the end of the current season: "Baseball has been my life. I love baseball." LONDON — Det. Supt. Gerald MacArthur, who is directing the search for the perpetrators of the $7.1 million train robbery: "It is my hope that the money is within 30 miles radius of the (robbery) scene." Gerlaw Family Holds Reunion In Monmouth GERLAW — The Jensen family reunion was held Aug. 4 at Monmouth Park. Attending from Gerlaw were Mr. and Mrs. Hans Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Gardner. Recent visitors at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Blair, were Marcia and Susan Braselton of Swan Creek. A North Bend, Ore., couple, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Weeks, visited her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hood of Gerlaw recently. LOS ANGELES—Billy Graham, the evangelist, who is returning this week to the scene here of his first triumph: "There may be more logic and reason in my sermons now, but DR. I. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 343-0317 or 342-3017 339 E. MatD Hours: » A.M. lo 6 P.M. Fridays: 9 A.M. to 8:30 P.M. Wadnasdiy'i Tl] Noon READ THE WANT ADS! Williamsfield Club Sponsors Party for Bdys WtLLIAMSPtELD - ReceMly the Williamsfieid JO Wdfftafl'f Club held Its summer party for the boys adolescent ward at th« Research Hospital In Galesburg. The young fellows played games, listened to records and dancing, Refreshments were served. The club will hold* its next party for the boys in September. At* tending the summer party were Mrs. Roger. Gibson, Mrs. Harold Kelly, Mrs. John Potter, Mrs. William Herman, Mrs. Clinton Cannon and Mrs. Larry Rice, Visit at Shanghai SHANGHAI - Sister Mary Celema and Sister Mary Ann Patricia, of Kansas City, visited recently at the home of the former's brother, Harold Noonan. They also visited last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Willard Doyle, at Cameron, returning Wednesday to Kansas City. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! LISTEN feopTe fend an attentive ear to wTiat you say in your newspaper advertising. After! news, advertising is the newspaper's mostj popular feature with women...and just' behind sports with men. Folks may turn a deaf ear to intrusive forms of selling, but j newspaper advertising is wanted, weUy corned, and shopped from. . , More People Do More Business Through Newspapers READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Best time to make a real buy- RAMBLER'S SAVINGEST DAYS! Get the best values in best-selling Ramblers! All the 1963 Ramblers- American, Classic, Ambassador—give you Rambler exclusives like Deep-Dip rust- proofing and Ceramic-Armored muffler. Every model gives you the extra security of Doubie-Safety Brakes. The wide choice of six-cylinder and V-8 power includes the American's 125-hp miles-per-gallon champ of every economy run entered. And that's just a sampling of featuresthatwon Rambler'63 MotorTrend Magazine's "Car of the Year" Award. Get the best buys and the biggest trade-ins! All year long, Rambler sales have been soaring—smashing one record after another. But we're not satisfied yet— and we won't be until we wind up the season still higher on the best-seller list. To make sure, we're going all-out. We're offering the best buys yet. Trade-In allowances are extra generous. So... right now ... you pay even less when you buy an already low-priced Rambler. Come in and make us prove that these are Rambler's Savingest Days! Join the Trade Parade to Rambler 6orV-8 Rambler Classic 770 4-Door Sedan MARTIN MOTOR CO. - 11M43 Eost Ferris St

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