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THE SENTINEL EDINA MO THURSDAY JUNE 20 1940 PAGE TEN With 105 Ranch Rodeo 444 Enemies of lowers i PLEVNA OR RENT WANTED 45 11 Quart far 21c 11 5 34 Totals Obituary LWHiBiB 10 Pounds 15c Dozen 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 RATE 10 cents a lint (couit 8 wordi or abbreviations as a lint ltd ttnl cash with order) No advertisem*nt Inerted In thin column for less than 20 cetU A rervlce charge of 25 cent! tddlllontl will be made on "blind calling for Inquiries at The Seitlml office OR SALE WANTED LOST OUND ETC 5 5 5 5 5 5 0 Sunkist 2 Dozen CLASSIIED ADVERTIsem*nTS Uncle Zeb Sez: Totals Edina Ralls 3b Cupp 2b 11 Holtz cf lb Kurtz ss Buban Lucas Gibbons rf McCampbell If 5 1 0 1 1 2 2 1 0 1 ANTRIM LUMBER COMPANY II Arndt Mgr Phone G8 Edina Mo Where they are injuring peony destroy them by hand In case of the I various flowering shrubs remember that prompt dust or spray applica tions of arsenate of lead will protect them from the different caterpillars or beetles feeding on the foliage and blossoms The leaf roller is the most difficult one to control Where aphids or common plant lice attack shrubs or other flowers or garden crops spray promptly using a table spoonful of black leaf 40 in a gallon of soapsuds or the blister beetle on clematis hand destruction Js the surest remedy If close watch is kept on flowers and shrubs and one of these controls is applied promptly there will be no serious difficulty in protecting them from insect pests and diseases Question: What are some of the insects from which flowers should be guarded? Answer: At this season of the year keep a close watch on loses for the slug which causes leaves to bleach and die the leaf roll er which bores into the blossom buds and ties the leaves the rose mildew which appears as a powder and in jures foliage and blossoms and red spiders which injure the leaves in dry seasons Either or all of these pests can be controlled quite well by begin ning when buds first open and dust iug lightly at frequent intervals or following1 each rain with a mixture consisting of 1 part arsenate of lead and 5 parts ordinary sulphur It will 1 help however to go over the bushes frequently and crush the leaf rollers I Ruth Elliott Kendall daughter of John and Maria Parks Elliott was born March 10 1882 near Novelty Mo and departed this life at her home June 7 She was married to Amos Lee Ken dall of Plevna eb 2 1899 There they lived on a farm until October 1935 when they moved to Shelbina where she has continued to make her home since the death of her husband March 31 1936 Surviving her are the children Carl of Shelbina and Mary lor ORMER EDINA GIRL MARRIED (Continued from first page) ture bride and bridegroom were served During the morning Mr and Mrs Gregory left for St Louis where they will spend several days and will then go to Greeley Colo where he will attend the summer term of the Colorado State College They will be at home after Aug 1 in LaPrairie where they have a furnished apart ment The bride is a graduate of Carth age High School and Carthage Col lege where she was a member of the A Cappella Choir and was affiliated with the Pi Phi Nu sorority She has taken an active part in the ac tivities of Immaculate Conception Church and has been the organist for several years She has been a mem ber of the Hanco*ck County Journaloffice staff for the last four years and continued her work until last Sat urday She possesses a rare graci ousness of manner which has made her a favorite and she is known as one of most charming young women She has been honored by selection both as queen of Carth age College and the Carthage home coming celebration The bridegroom is also a graduate of Carthage College He was grad uated from the Metropolis High 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Mr and Mrs A Hall of Den ver Colo came riday to visit Mr and Mrs Hall and family Mrs Jewell Miller and Mrs Lena McKay of Knox City attended the funeral of their cousin at Madison Mo riday Mrs Edgar Powell and son Elmer and Mr and Mrs A Hudson call ed Sunday evening on Rice who has been ill for several days at his hom*o Mr and Mrs Roberts and Mrs Roberts two sisters and her mother of Kirksville were guests of Mr and Mrs William Pence Sunday afternoon The son Pence of airfield la was also guest Saturday night and Sunday evening you SAVE WHEN YOU SPEND ON THE HOME Home owners should fake advan tage of their credit Those who have established a record for meet ing installment notes promptly are regarded by banks and credit de partments as better risks than cash buyers who have never tested their ability and character to meet pay ments Using your credit is good business judgment ASK ABOUT THE ABC WAY THE EASY WAY TO PAY sure of a II 2 1 3 1 1 9 9 1 1 0 0 AB 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 INSULATION You can add much to the com fort of your home by putting in your attic Get Information School and attended St Louis Uni versity one year and served an enlist ment in the Navy before enroll ing at Carthage College where he was active in athletics and was a sistant coach He is a member of the Theta Tau Sigma fraternity He as principal of the LaPrairie High School last year and has been te employed resh Ground PEANUT BUTTER 2 Pound Jar 21c 6 14 AB 5 4 4 4 "4 3 4 4 2 feller heavenly home is alius th' first call a doctor ANTRIM LUMBER CO 'j IL ARNDT Mgr Phone Edina Mo NEW TRIUMPH POTATOES once Stokes of Plevna and two grandchildren Evelyn and James Virgil Kendall She also leaves to mourn her loss her aged mother Mrs Maria Elliott of Ralston Okla six sisters Mrs Lee Herman of Pawhus ka Okla Mrs Lula Ilim of Hut chinson Kan Mrs Mary McEndree of Kirksville Mrs Anna Kennedy and Mrs Emma Gann of Long Beach Calif Mrs Maud Trimm of airfax Okla and two brothers Kellar El liott and Andrew Elliott of Los An gelos Calif Her father a brother and a sister preceded her in death She was a member of the Shelbina Eastern Star in which order she was a faithful worker During her life time she was a devoted citizen to the truth she believed and we feel she is in the hands of a just God who doeth all things well Our loving mother now at rest We feel assured on Jesus breast We would not call her back again To grieve and mourn and suffer pain Her loss we all so deeply feel And none the vacant place can fill But for faith and strength from God To walk within the path she trod Sandwich Spread or SALAD DRESSING Quart Jar 21c Pulled a ast One Rembrandt the painter overhear ing it said that his paintings would be worth many times more after he died and his death announced by his family hid himself while his held an immensely profitable sale of his pictures then unblushingly to once more! MADISON SWEET WHOLE OR HAL PICKLES SPECIAL COEE 3 Pound Bag 39c THAT AMOUS SWEET DRINKING SANTOS WEDNESDAY THURSDAY June 26 and 27 amily eaturing Thomas Mitchell Edna Best and reddie Bartholomew 10 and 25 Cent Letha Kurth Carl Lang OR QUICK RESULTS advertise I IN THE I CLASSIIED COLUMN OX LOW'S AND CARRY TUESDAY JUNE 25 (BARGAIN NIGHT) Marines ly With Richard Dix Chester Mor ris and Lucille Ball Carl Gragg Lloyd Helncy ine Granulated 10 Lbs 45c Main Street Guaranteed Lb 14c 3 Lbs'39c Red Pitted No 2 Can 10c or Cakes Pastry and rying 3 Lbs 17c or Cakes rying and Cooking 3 Lbs 39c SALAD DRESSING LB Quart 21c Approximately 1 Pound 10c Liquid Cleaner Pint We PEN New Low Price Box 10c JAR Heavy 3 Dozen 10c LY With Tacks Each 1C Pure Apple Cider 19c 6 Delicious lavors Box 5c JAR Genuine Ball Mason Dozen ll)c OR 7 room modern home Edwin Robinson Edina OR urnished or unfur nished modern apartment Mrs Gibbons Edina ACES NOW LEAD NEMO LEU lui Hannibal Is Tumbled rom League Top Sunday by 9 6 Score In a hard fought battle for Nenw i League honors Sunday the Edma Aces smacked the Hannibal Boosters out of first place and set up as league leaders by a half game I margin The Boosters took the lit tlel end of a 9 6 score for their fust defeat of the season I The Aces went into the eighth in ning trailing 5 to 2 but in this frame Edina bunched 5 of their 11 hits ami with three walks and an error thrown in tallied up 7 runs before the side was out atehen led off the eighth with a single Kurtz and Buban walked filling the bases scored on Lucas' hard single and Kurtz came in on infield out McCampbell then walked to refill the basis after which Ralls cleaned the paths with a long homer to left center After Cupp filed out to left Boltz doubled and scored on double he dying on base when Kurtz flied deep to center to end the in ning only bid for a comeback in the ninth was Trcaster's triple to left and after lie scored while Cupp was throwing out Pascal no one else reached first base Brooks Hannibal starting pitcher allowed 9 hits 8 runs struck out 11 and walked 7 in 81 3 innings and Palmer who succeeded him in the eighth allowed a run and 2 hits in 2 3 of an inning Lucas Ace twirler gave up 14 hits runs struck out 3 and walked none He was the winning pitcher Mann and Hartsock were the umpires The Aces go to Elmer next Sun day as they have an open date due to drawing a bye in the league schedule ollowing is box score: Hannibal Donaldson 2b Osbourne ss Conley If Christal 3b Bowers cf Hedges lb reaster rf Pascal Brooks Palmer LINDINA THEATER Two Shows Koch Night 7 and I WANTED To buy 2 sweep rakes either side hitch or push type Palmer Novelty Carpenter work plaster ing painting by spray or brush also paper hanging and flue building by hour or contract Clyde Matlick Edina Your dead stock of allkinds horses hogs cattle and sheep Removed free and all telephone charges paid Edina Rendering Ser vice Phone 1000 tf WANTED Reliable man steady work good pay to call on farmers in Knox County No experience or capital required Write McNess Co Dept reeport Ill Three men over factory age for Rawleigh Routes Large or ganization Good profits to willing workers Steady work Write Raw Dept MO 1G9 113 reeport Ill Man with car to take over profitable Watkins Route Must be honest and industrious Earningsshould average $25 a week at start Many experienced dealers make $50 to $70 a week Give your age and type of car Write the Wat kins Company 338 Liberty Street Winona Minn CARDS THANKS I wish to express my thanks to friends for their kindness shown me at the time of the death of my uncle James Blood Esther Eubank OR SALE OR Yearling Jersey bull registered Marra Eros Baring OR Yearling Shorthorn bulls rank Baldwin Plevna Mo tf OR Good Hereford bulls Priced to sell Rimer Edina OR SALE EIectrolux kerosene re frigerator cheap Arnold's Store Edina OR Two yearling Angus males 500 bushels corn Mar ble Edina OR Six head Whiteface yearling heifers Mrs Barnett Novelty OR lowers: Bouquets and spravs Mrs Witherow phone Edina OR SALEt High class registered Hereford bulls females all ages one er a carload Come and see them Early Sons Baring tf OR approved and pul lorum tested chicks hatching each Monday and Thursday at special prices Knox County Hatchery Phone 123 W7 OR 10 fobt sulky rake 2 used McCormick mowers good used walking cultivator 20 tractor 2 tractors ordson tractor good team mares 6 and 7 years old team smooth mouth work horses Dalton Implement Co Edina RIDAY and SATURDAY June 21 and 22 DOUBLE EATURE George Raft and Joan Bennett in House Across the Bay' John Wayne in In 10 and 25 cents lorence Davidson Edith Brown Delbert Clary II ast SUNDAY AND MONDAY June 23 and 24 Irene Dunne and Cary Grant in avorite Mat Sun 8 1O 20C 10c 25c Eileen Delaney Mrs Lee Epperson M' HI nji 47 7 i 7 if i'5 Ti Wk' Zr 9: Jf uWfiKJwxe n'a 4 MARKETS PngSmSMBMI 'ioSDB I' MS 1 Uf hmb bunKist Out 2 29c A I3H il Ek wM Ml iBs I fa*g I IL K'KLB 13c COOKIES 4c 2 Pounds 25c MALTED 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