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Stonewall Argus And Teulon Times (Newspaper) - June 26, 1963, Stonewall, Manitoba Page Eight THE STONEWALL ARGUS why not PHONE AHEAD i Great plans are in the many people will be going ths same route Telephone ahead for instant reservations then relax Call station to station and thrifty too MANITOBA TELEPHONE SYSTEM AGRICULTURAL NEWS BY Agricultural The weather lhas been very diffi cult Ms and in fact many farmers will not ibe seedling as much land they Some farm ers have not done any and there does not seem to be much sense in seeding at the end of some fields will be sown and the crop used as green I Jiave added up my rainfall and find filial we have ihad inches of rain from April 1st to June There are parts of Western Canada which would be very happy to ihave had part of this I understand the Win nipeg Beach area toad a severe rain with last The insects attacking trees are again on the move and are remov ing leaves from tihe The for est tent which was through the area a few years ago is attacking trees in the Fisher Branch This same insect had taken leaves off trees from the Fal con Lake East of Dryden Driving through that country a week flhe only trees leaves or needles were the evergreens Reports of aspen leaf beetle out toreaks have been received from widespread districts the more settled part of the tout especially in southwestern Both the adult beetles and the larvae eat the leaves of inifest ed In contrast to the damage done by the tent the aspen leaf beetle skeletonizes the leaves by leaving the veins un The adults are colored bee tles with ibluislhMack while the larvae are dark in and from onequartetr to tme4ialf inch and pointed at each In fested trees can withstand an at tack so long as they are not al ready Fall cankenwonms have been par ticularly numerous in metropolitan While they prefer elm and aslh trees will also attack other broadicaf other broadlealf trees and The larvae completely defoliate the the trees wlill sur vive if they are not dn a weakened since they can grow another set of leaves if defoliation has been The larvae are about one inch long wihen fully They are known as Ipopers because thcj move in a looping Where either the aspen leaf bee ties or fflie cankerworms are being a nuisance they can be controllec with Infested trees or shrubs should be sprayed with a mixture of three teaspoons of 25 per cenj emulsifiablc concentrate of DDT per gallon of The insecticide is available from most garden sup ply Some care should be taken to soak nearby flowers or vegetables witlh the insecticide since fine oil dn the concentrate may slightly bum tihe For larger trees and shelterbolts the recommended mixture ds three pints of 25 per cent DDT concen trate per 100 gallons of water Con trol measures should be undertaken at once if future outbreaks of the insects are to be Until we get together again next week for a little June 1963 STONEWALL IZ Meetings are held on the Second Thursday of each Visiting Brethren made Worshipful 19 Teams Participate in Teuton annual invitation ball tourna sponsored by Teuton Branch of the Royal Canadian Le was staged at Teuton ball park laat The number entries for tho baseball was somewhat disappoint as only nineteen loams in seven However the ball games played made up for the poor as a number of games went down to tihe final in ning before deciding a A large crowd was on hand ior tihe days Teams were entered from Stony Ar yle and Only two teams participated for op prize money in the Teeni League in which Stony Mountain on over Four teams were entered in the ttle Teuton won over Stony Mountain Stonewall de feated Argyie in an cxera in ning and in the Teuton won over Stonewall Teuton Pony Leaguers defeated Mony Mountain in their final In ithe Colt baseball three teams vied for the in the final game Teuton and Argyle looked horns Teuton girls won over Av gylo in the only game of that divi In the girls juvenile Balmoral won over Argyie hi the Only two teams participated in the junior girls with Stony Mountain victorious over Teu In Uie horseshoe Oliver Kitohing and Don Walker walked off with top A L CLASSES OF INSURANCE WALKER TELEPHONE GROSSE MANITOBA District Agent For Portage la Prairie Saskatchewan Agent for Freds Flowers SPRAY THE PROPER WAY BY AIRCRAFT NO GRAIN DAMAGE PROM WHEEL MARKS GUARANTEED JOB REASONABLE RATES IT DOESNT COST IT COLLINS Phone SP 20897 KNOTTY PINE RESTAURANT and Garage THREE MILES EAST OF STONEWALL Open from 7 to Midnight Special Sunday commencing at 4 Bill and Elsie Venchuk Phone Stonewall excilincj Ways to got cotnttt btu B HH trurL c u STONEWALL FREIGHT GENERAL LIVE WE HAUL ANY TIME NO LOAD TOO SMALL OR TOO LIVESTOCK HAULED ONE HEAD OR A TRUCK SPECIAL RATES ON SPECIAL OWNED AND OPERATED BY LLOYD WILLIAMS Phone Office 266 Stonewall JPHONE 52 STONEWALL See the New Line of Ford Haying and Harvest Complete Mobile Diesel Injection See LES WARREN lor a Demonstration on your own No WE WHAT WE SELL ff v jno me tunttv Chevy Illoadecl 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