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Evening Journal Farm Edition (Newspaper) - April 2, 1948, Washington, Iowa Washington Iowa evening journal Friday april the propaganda Mills by Frank Tripp of 48 approach does t jell a new one los invented when one Wear out another in devised to startle the i ant Ive. They re All wrapped up in la Snappy package something alluring for everybody. One thing is common to them All a bid for a i Proval and votes. Five Steps in co in Borer s life Why should it to necessary to to die ont item by item the re just How much of this wading prom Fin his the american peo Allty behind the scare stuff and will the people Lake will they. Of forever fall for the stuffed owls pie every time there is something circus Hilling. News men Une oxen new to be explained to them a of Why not a free gov of fact unvarnished truth too Many government doings Are trotted Forth in an Aura of alarm built up to frighten the people into a one by one the facts obscured i it a j put in Trees to distract their Athold fore i runts of sugar coating j Tendon from wolves that stalk be Proval others which do not follow t ii a t technique come out one sided As if the people do not need to know t ii e unfavourable a Well As the fax or frights of impending disaster. The fright technique is that of the old Medicine Man. Who alarmed his dupes into Purchase of Lim wort bless concoct ions. Hind them do they know that departments which they hire to do the Job that is Hest for them sustain costly publicity bureaus to sell to them the Way the department wants to do it invariably by Dell All comes from thousands Chi libera Tely distorting or conceal a right Young men. Hired with the Jug unfavourable facts which Columbus jct. Public a Money to kid the people might be opposed to the depart who pay the Bill. It floods theme nth a plan country with a stamp of authenticity which is hard to combat matter How phony. It shows up in some fashion in almost everything that comes out iw3hk Vav Imin Iii i a a 11 a a v a Oracle Side. It is left for the press i of official Washington it the Lirosi it is hard to catch up with the no j Avalanche of sales talk that at tends the introduction of almost very project. It is the toughest Job that faces newspapermen who cover Washington. Atoll i ooh at tin picture above. It shows the Corn Borer Iii All stages of development. At the left is a mass of Alani so a excl a Label eggs. They Are whitish Iii color. Nevi is an egg mass just ready to Batch. It is Darker in color in the Center is a foil grown Corn Borer. Next is the Corn Borer Piip. This is the cocoon or resting stage. At extreme right is the full grown female Moth. All stages Are pictured somewhat larger than Normal size. New loan terms payments reduced terms lengthened a Small amount each month will now repay a loan of $50 a $100 a $250 a $500 or More no need to Strain your budget. You can obtain a loan to consolidate and pay old Bills or care for Winter expenses pay rent insurance or taxes fix up Home or car meet emergencies or for any purpose. Up to 20 months to repay season Al repayment plans for Farmers take advantage of the smaller payments choose from a variety of loan plans. T. W. Harwood in grecian jewelry store pc All 50 0�? with Corn Borer damage greater last Yeai in Iowa than Ever before. Iowa state College experts Are recommending a full scale four Point attack against vile menace in 1948. They recon arc schooled in the dramatic or frightening stories which accompany the unveiling of pet projects. Getting at the facts is like worming the truth nun out of an obdurate witness on Cross examination. The real Story comes out a Little at a time is pounced upon de i m ii in yield in i Freedom Nied and smeared. Not until the intern. Mass of evidence becomes so great Frost damage in i that it can the ignored does the full truth Dawn upon the people. By that time the Public is so befuddled that the Hest that can happen is a Compromise and the people think they get a bargain when nine times out of ten what 1. Choose a Strong stalked hybrid Well adapted to the Fields in which it is to be planted. 2. Plant Early to get the Max from 3. Protect Early Fields and All others that become heavily infested with Corn Borer eggs by treating them with Dot. 4. Preventing the borers from surviving inside stalks and crop residues. This Means cooperating in they get is just what the politic with neighbors in shredding and jars intended to Settle for All of ensling stalks and destroying a the Miracle of Selgas is yours the time. J such shyster dealing is a Shab by Way to treat a concerns Stock holders. And every american tax payer is a stockholder in the big Gest business in the world a the United states of America. The country s press tries to be the equalizer of the hysteria which the propaganda Mills deliberately try to create. It if no one e project moving into the open with residues by deep before May is clean blowing the Leland Horton entertain relatives easter eve dinner Lier parents or. And mrs. I Helmick at Washington. Man golds leave or. And mrs. Kenton Mangold left saturday for a few Days visit at the parental Mangold Home in Washington before returning to Iowa City. Phyllis Woodford a teacher in the Oskaloosa schools spent her easter vacation with her parents or. And mrs. Anson Woodford. Nyle Donovan an instructor in j the Des Moines schools spent her easter Robison. Or. And mrs. Keith Willis and daughter Sli Erye returned saturday from Loveland Colo tractors humming at Cedar Applegate first to sow Oats it by mrs. Eugene Cedar March 31 Are humming in our neighbourhood. Don Applegate was the first of whom we heard to sow j Oats last week. By Martha Butler Columbus Junction March 31 a Grace Sanford a student of the Midwest Bible College. St. Louis mo., spent the easter vacation with her parents the Rev. And mrs. W. L. Sanford. Mrs. Bessie Reece spent a Day with her sister mrs. Carl handier at Washington on the latter a by Rill Day. Bob Greer and Bud Lynn students at Coe College Cedar rapids spent the easter vacation at. Their Homes ii Ere. I mrs. Alta Klinger. Kansas City mo., has returned Home after i attending the funeral of Eugene i Lewis. A. C. Taylor. Hayfield. Iowa was Here to attend the funeral of his aunt mrs. O. S. Willey. The Duncan Walgreen drug store will sponsor a free animal health clinic at the Columbus High school Aud Torum thursday evening april i. At so clock. Color films will be shown. Or. And mrs. J g. Thomas and the former a sister. Mrs. Mary e. Tones have returned from Pharr tex., where they spent the last for better milk production keep Dairy cows off pastures until the grass is 4 to c inches High this Spring. Then gradually make the shift from dry lot feed no to pasture. Esau $300 booed my of edit amp Mart in i tractors several months. Myra Edmondson daughter of or. And mrs. F. H. Edmondson j a freshman at Coe College Cedar rapids is a member of the a a Bills had piled up ?3f 0 Worth due in a few Days. I wanted to pay them. So i borrowed the Money and paid them. I kept i my credit Good thanks to Brown use Brown Money service toll to i kit has i Quot Nix i j or. And mrs. D. N. Anvyl of College band of 6. Pieces which j rates an reasonable. Ser Washington were callers at the in a inn. I vacation with Mabel Eugene Martin Homo on sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Robert Martin of Moline were supper guests of his brother and family Eugene mar made the annual Spring tour of be Vera i cities in Iowa and Chicago. Miss Edmondson plays the clarinet. Vice is prompt. Brown finance co. Whore they Hart been Tho path i beater sunday. Row weeks on account of mrs. Or in l mrs Maurice mite Willis health mrs. Willis has i of it a i easter sunday Al the Home asthma and Tho climate did not f mrs. Libels parents or. And prove beneficial. 51r,s Hoskins of Ottumwa. Or. Ami mrs. Harry Hoskins Quot us mrs. Floyd Banks anti and daughter. Jane of Oskaloosa five years of experimenting will various fertilizers produced j this result phone 102 across from court House by mrs. Edna crib Brighton March 30. A or. And mrs. Theodore Horton and. In Nighter Cherrie of eau Claire ver heard of a Bureau j of Agni. Frank wis., and or. And mrs. Brans Quot Lri son and three children of a Frank statement of its Haws and Gibson a disadvantages pinned to it. Honest business does t withhold unfavourable facts from its stockholders. Osceola came Friday to spend easter with or. Horton and mrs. Gibson s parents or. And mrs. A. E. Horton and other relatives. Were Over easter visitors at the Home of Bis parents or. And mrs. Gilbert Hoskins. Easter services were held Sunray at the methodist Church. A class of Young people was taken into the Church. Days guests or. And mrs. Richard Day and daughter Mary Beth of Iowa City Are visiting at the parental Wilbur Day Home. Or. Day recently received Bis medical de or. And mrs. Paul Lytle were sunday visitors of mrs. Frank Libe. Or. And mrs. Oral Dyson and family spent easter sunday in Iowa City. Those from this neighbourhood attending easter Sunrise service at Tho Ainsworth v. I Church 5 45 easter morning were a Gene and Carol Booth Charles and Mea Barthlow Dorla and Duane Martin. Or. And mrs. Floyd Olds spent 4 i i i i Iii a if Vii la to Niv m in ii i Roe at hip state University also last week end with Floyd 3 Bratli if it does the stockholders move saturday evening a family Din in and through committees of their own. Find out what s going Ner was held at the Home of or. And mrs. Leland Horton and Willis on. The Only committee that the j 0"�?~�?~�?�ndmf1&Quot\eres present also. Far Flung stockholders of the it s. A. Have to give them Tho Low Down on the antics of their direr tors in wasteful bureaus assent mrs. Albert Hemmerling and daughter Elaine left saturday symbolical of a perfect bottled Gas installation is Selgas automatic operating unit. Bled Are the Washington Corres for a r him Ltd a in to holier Pendents of the american news-1 Khz Quot open Chang mrs Harold this installation is the heart that fill niches a As to your sorrel refrigerator and heats your water. Papers and of the newspaper press wire services. The daily and hourly reports which these men make to the peo a pie Are the Lone Hope of the country against the government propaganda Mills. That one function of your 11 up press. Bis commission As first la and is awaiting his orders and expects to take his internship in Georgia. Or. And mrs. Robert Day of ers in Davenport. Or. And mrs. Hal Owens Lylial and Ivan were easter sunday dinner guests of Lier parents or. Washington were sunday eve and is Coon of Nichols. Comparison of this unit with other will prove the value of ski la As. Washington Selgas service 102 w. Main St. Phone 628 interstate Commerce commit Fioz the interstate Commerce commis j Sion is the Agency of the Federal government which carries out provisions of the interstate Commerce act and other Federal Laws regulating railroads motor bus and motor truck lines Inland waterway carriers freight forwarders and certain other transportation agencies engaged in interstate Commerce. The interstate Commerce commission was created by the interstate Commerce act approved february it 4, 1887, effective april 5, 1888. It consists of la members one of whom serves As chairman parents Coop. Charles Bennet who spent the Winter in California Lins returned to Brighton. William Kessler is visiting Iii?1 daughter mrs. Mary Wacl Elut Milo. Enro Ute he spent a few Days with his sister mrs. John Fahrer and family at Laconia. Charles Robertson who was i injured in an automobile Accident monday. March 22, and had been hospitalized at Fairfield was brought Home Friday. I. And mrs. Harold Hoskins of Tama were Over easter visitors at the Home of his father or. And mrs. Omar . Toe Stark and son Terry. Of near Batavia were thursday dinner guests at the Home of i mrs. Myrtle Helmick. They were i Enro Ute to spend a few Days with ing dinner guest at the Day Home. Robert in get Rand student at Ames spent ids easter vacation with his Kotlier mrs. Omar Hoskins and or. Hoskins. Among those from a distance to attend the funeral of mrs. George Mcclintic. Held saturday at the presbyterian Church where the following e. H. Fenton of lie Nett. Mo., Andrew Fenton mrs. Walter Dixon mrs. Vera Martin and son. Jerry and mrs. Hugh Fenton of Bloomfield. Mrs. John Mcclintic and or. And mrs. Jesse Richer of Wayland and or. And mrs. Harry Ligget of Rich land. Or. And mrs. David Wentworth and laughter of Iowa City were Oxer faster visitors at the j. F Kraemer and Harry Wentworth Homes. Or. And mrs. Phillip Caldwell and Carolyn were easter sunday guests at the Roger Colthurst Home at Ainsworth. Or. And mrs. Corey Aud son Warren entertained the following guests on easter Day mrs. Coreys parents. Or. And mrs. J. A. Venghaus or. And mrs l. E. Peterson or. And mrs. John Crawford mrs. Williams and or. Coreys parents or. And mrs. W. S. Corey All of new London. Both Are expensive Hunting is More expensive than fishing. Each Type of game requires special guns clothing and accessories. The Shotgun used for Quail and Woodcock is Seldom suitable for wild Turkey or ducks. The Rifle used for Squirrel in t suitable for Deer Moose or Beal. Let Spring clean up include installing Complete water pressure system with Bach tub lavatory Stool and Kitchen sink. Also a Complete line of Gas and Norge electric refrigerators. 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