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0RE3J-GENEVA TIMES 14. h Thursday, April 25, 1946 EXPERIENCES WITH DDT SPRAYING OREM UTAH Doors open 7:00 Matinee prices 7 :00 to 7 :30 1st show 7 :30 2nd show 9 :40 April 26-27 Friday and Saturday - SHE WOULDN'T SAY YES Rosalind Russell and Lee Bowman A sophisticated comedy of a woman-psychiatrist who refused re-fused to let love upset her plans for the future. and "China Carries On" Movietone Adventure "Service With a Smile" Popeye Cartoon Movietone News Saturday Matinee 1:20 April 27 SONG OF THE PRAIRIE A musical western story featuring Ken Curtis and June Storey! and "Service With a Smile" Popeye Cartoon "The Exterminator" Cartoon in Color "Swing Vacation' Comedy Chapter 9 "Mystery of the Eiverboat" Monday4 and Tuesday April 29-30 PIII1I0CHI0 The delightful and charming story produced by Walt Disttey? Filmed in Technicolor , "WEST OF THE PECOS" Robert Miichum and Barbara Hale A good action drama taken from the novel by Zane Greyt Pathe News Wednesday and Thursday May 12 BREAKFAST III H0UYW00D Tom Breneman Boniia Granville - Beulah Bondi A delightfully entertaining comedy-drama-with-music based on the Tom Breneman's famous radio program! "Naughty Nannette" Muiscal featurette in color "Ski Aces" Sport reel Pathe News Studio of C. JACK DUGGAN CHARACTER ANALYST SCIENTIFIC PALMIST Past. Present and Future Revealed. COUNSELOR (American Institute of Family Relations. Dr. Paul Po-ponoe. Po-ponoe. L. A.) Pre-Marital and Vocational Guidance; Domestic. Social and Business Affairs. Special Rates to Service Men and Students. Available for Clubs and Parties. Phone 509-W For an Appointment. Hours 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. 319 W. Center St.. Provo Sutherland Market v pp. 7tn East r -H Fine Food MarkeliV j"- b. grg soutn M" Cash Market o.- om i-ast Smeath Food Market '25E. 8th North. T View Grocer Pleasant View Haddock Store 728 N. Univ. Ave. Hansen's Food Market 291 N. 1st West Chrislensen Tood Market 490 N. 8th West More MILK For Health ! It's always! the children4 who drink the most milk who j the healthiest and happiest youngsters in the neigh-wrhood. neigh-wrhood. And what's more they love the creamy, ridi-flavored goodnesslof JourTmak. It's their favorite fterchool, bef ore-bedtimi, ami Iny-time-at-all lunch. Jae aiothers know that it's good for their children td y i bountiful supply milk every day. IflJIngviDe Road Phone 1905W following Merchants are Dealers of our Products Eddie's Food Center 193 N. 7th West Cragun Market Springvaie The many conflicting reports from governmental and private experimenters regarding the use of DDT for spraying various kinds of insects led the Orem pear and cherry growers to try their own experiments. To date the experiments have covered only the adult thrip of pears and cherries on some one nundred and fifty acres. With an infestation from an average of six to twenty adult thrips per bud the need for some control was heart felt. Check plots were kept on three average farms of Arch Pulham, Ed Long, and Julian Hansen. The first thrip showed on March 29 and 30 at Arch Pul-ham's, Pul-ham's, and Ed Long s iarm. It seemed where there was air drainage there were fewer thrips and they came oul later. Due to heavy weather it was not possible to spray the pear and cherry buds before they opened up, so spraying waited until April 13 and 14 where in three mixtures were used on these separate farms. On the Arch Pulham farm an average of twenty thrip per bud counted showed 100 percent control of the thrip: sixty hours after spraying time. Mr. Pulham Pul-ham sprayed with DDT, 2 lbs-! of fifty percent Wettable and! one half pound of depositee per I one nundred gallons of water. The weather was warm and the fruit cluster clear open to achieve these results. At Ed Long's the spray mix ture of four gallons of A von oil and 2 lbs. of SO percent wetable DDT per one hundred gallons of water was used. Results show ed that in 72 hours a kill of 88 percent was found and that six days after spraying not a live thrip could be found. Julian Hansen sprayed cherries cher-ries on his farm and the cluster of cherries were closed at the time of spraying. Results were 'jl!.. . .,. ...... ON THE FARM 8 t OOT TRAILER ALL STEEL! Big capacity; Load! up to 3000 lbs Holds 40 bushels stain or 18 to 20 tea gal milk cans. Timkin bearings. Dlse wheels interchangeable with other equipment. Heavy duty tractor type bitch. See It today! Less Tires, and Tubes 19 Down $10 month Plus 7 Fed. Excise Tax 187 W. Center St. Phone 411, Mr, Provo. Vt, Leemaster RHEUMATISM and ARTHRITIS I suffered for years and am so thankful that I found relief from this terrible affliction that I will gladly answer anyone writing me for information. Mrs. Anna Pautz, P.O. Box 825 Vancouver, Wash. very slow at the start due to wet weather. However In three days there was a fifty percent kill and at the end of six days 95 percent control was had. Hansen used 8 percent lime and sulphur' and two lbs. of SO percent per-cent wetable for spraying. From other sprayings thru-out thru-out the county it seems these two results are very definite. That good results and control of thrip, regardless of the infec tion can be had by spraying DDT on the trees either before the bud opens or after the cluster opens. If sprayed during this time when the thrips are up and the buds closed, results will be very slow. That DDT can be T0g DAY or NIGHT Phone 476 Phone 474 NAYLOR AUTO: CO. 70 E. 1 North Provo New Shoe Shop OREM SHOE REPAIRING Open For Business Shoes Neatly Repaired While You Wait located North State in Orem by trcs rrestwich Lumber Company 22L25W.ep. GLAUDIIl FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE 240 North UniT. Are. Phonefr-74-181 PROVO mixed with either oil lime and sulphur or straight with water, Interesting to the ' bee men will be that not one bee has been found dead from- the spraying. Bees were in the hives directly under the trees sprayed at the Ed Long farm. Cooprating with the farmers and helping keep track of the thrip movement was the Lincoln high school Future Farmer! and their advisor Keith Boyer. SAVE Oil SEEDS Alfalfa Seed lb. The supply is short Utah Common extra fancy . 48c Common or Grim, Utah Choice 47c Argentine 40c, Seed Corn Utahybrid Silage Nos. 544 or 680. 50 lb. bag $6.10 Certified Seed Potatoes Dryland Russets or Cobblers, 100 lbs. 3.70 Lawn Seed Top Quality 807 Ky. Blue; 15 Red Too. 5 White Dutch. Pound 63c Sate on Seed Needs atr BUNKER FARMS Phone Provo. 016R-3 INSURANCE LOANS and REAL ESTATE SEE mED' E. R AY Oiflcei 1 78 South. Second Weal TIE E REPAIRING VULCAIIIZIIIG BRI7.IHALL BROS, 121 W. 1st N. Provo Phone 200 2 or 3 -Piece Suits Cleaned and Pressed DRESSES (Plain) FOR 5c UNIVERSITY CLEANERS No.5 OREM Opposite B & H Pharmacy Phone 048-R11 For A 1 QUICK PICK And Delivery UP .Bute Soods-Grocortos-Foods Complete Line of BIRDS'EYE FROlEII FOODS ' Now available to you at BUNKERS. Come in and take advantage of these time and labor-saving ' f oods." A Meal in a jiffy with Bird's Eye ChopSuey, only 38c xSiAF()6DS"FRiSL Shrimps, Cod f Fish, Clams. VEGOTABLl Corn, Peas, Brussels'lSprbutl,1 Brocoli, Spinach FRUTiS-LPeaches in sugar syrup, Ap ricots in sugar syrup, Blackberries. Also' CIliCKEN' a INKING! save: AT Geneva, Utah mm if 1 ' . Pho. 016R3 tomorrow 'vxjii tod late tha lait minute or fhi Utt mile may 1 result in bed automobile smash-up. With Value up end repairs high you cant afford to drive without State Farm Mutual full service policy on your csi. CaU'youf local Stat 1 Farm agent today. , , RULON J' BURR' 326 East Second So. American Fork Pho. 676 t -i, t.t - J .,,..-. . STATI FARM 1NSUIANCI COMPAMUS ef VmUtffin, Ullnal ft tatartW'lMwmceCa. ptah County Mattress Factory COMPLETE MATTRESS' and BAiT SBRVltr Only Factory in Vua Couair We are not repreieled bf aay trantieat aaaiteeM wotkeM. boi will cell for aad deliver wllboui extra ehavfe. ! Jast Phone 845 ' Or dreyniaeavd. t61 Wert UdKwlk PHOTO ' THAU FJlWORtr . RADIO SERVICE i GUARANTEED SERVICE ' ON ALL MAKES Orem Cash Store Building; ! rick-Up and Delivery Serriee j Phone ClOW-i: HAVBYOURTIRESJ VIIHbl I I i. 1 nr.- ' . 4a i.. mmtrn w a.,J lrniiiiui.iTrarnP"..J3 OECOURSE LADIES, 4 We know you're going to do your usual Spring Cleaning this year, BUT what about the outside of your home?. ;i IIomt about talking to all the members of your family t about the desirability of making the outside of your si home one of the prettiest on your street? If you set an example by' fixing your lawn . . . planting flowers and if, shrub . , , removing weeds and trash . . . mending fences and walks . . . painting . . , other neighbors will follow. 5A neighborhood Clean Up Paint Up. Fix Up program usually improves property values, living conditions, and tf diminishes juvenilo delinquency . . certainly a worth ; !hilo project. h Simmons Lumber and ! '-.Hardware Co. niONE , "Your 048-R2 Trading Center." OREM BRCHTEN'OP ffnastt Itore WALLPA See eur new, beautiful .for In your heme I savinf prlcet. s i with .; r, A f'C,- t: xm 1 OREll, GflsS'PAllf rC0; PAINTS VARNISHES WALLPAPER We Close Saturdays at 1:00 P. M. in conformitjr.with Provo Paint Stores. Evergreens : Decidous Shrubs ShadeTrees - p . EARLY FRUIT TREES NOW AVAllBLEf' : : .'( For Handscaping Golden Jubilee Peach Early Elberta Peach J Rose Bushes s7iMWAAtrl.AAV' ariy waie reacn Flowering Trees gatsuina piumg v Shade Trees Santa Rosa Plums Dahlia Bulbs Duarte Plums -Evergreens Italian Prunes Let us figure with you on your , , . s FAMILY ORCHARD 't All kinds of fruit trees available JfOWI - VILDWOOD"- HOLLOV' FARM FiURSERY Lakeview (North-West In, provo) 1 Phone 011-R1 432 W. Cealer Phone 104 Intered as second-class matter November 19. 1937 at tfee post office at Orem, Utah, under the Act ef March 8, 1879. i Published every Thursday Si!