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Culver, Ind.--Charles R. Ko- kesh, Sundance, Wye, receives from M~ior General Delmar T. $pivey, superintendent, one of three honors ha was awarded during soventy-second annual commencement exercises at CuI- ver Military Academy. K~cesh, an academic leader of his class of 198 students for several years, wu graduated cum leude with honors in science. He was also glvlm the American Legion Med. al for general military excellence and the Superior Miliary School Ribbon as the senior who shows the most outstanding leadership --both milffary end acedemlc-- and is deemed to be the best potential officer in his class. With Kokesh and General Spivey are Lt. Col. William Scruggs, pro- fessor of military science, end Cadet Captain Harvey Grove, aide to the superintecxlent. Kokesh is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Kokesh. Warren T. Ferroll County Agent Certified-Seed Fields To Be Inspected Soon ~Inspection of certified-seed fields of winter grain and early grasses will begin the last week in June, according to Robert G. Sakett, manager of Wyoming's certified seed program. Certified crops are inspected when in bloom because this is the easiest tim6 to determine varietlal mixtures. Seed growers should remember that poorly kept fields are not good advertisements for certified seed. Growers should ready their certified fields for inspec- tion by removing varietial mix. tares, off-type plan,is, noxious weeds, and other weeds whose seeds are difficult to remove in eleanln To avoid paying a $5 late as. easement fee, growers should send in their applications early. Due dates are July 1 for aping grains and.July 15 for alfalfa, beans, clover, and potatoes. Blue Vitriol UnPlugs I Sewers And Drains Tree roots mean trouble when they grow into drains and sewers. Engineers report that copper sulfate, also called blue vitriol, sometimes will free sew. ers of troublesome tree roots. The moderately fine crystals, when flushed through the toilet, dissolve easily, yet lodge in roots COW POKES Sundance, Wyo. June 23, 1966 Sliver Spur 4-H Club the 1965 seal on th~l~:~ Cleans Clubhouse Grounds returned it to long enough to Members of ,the SLiver Spur 4-H ,Final ,plans for uzu~.~u The roo~ are killed without In- club cleanup crew met at the picnic were to be ,~'e ~ jury to the tree. The dead roots clubhouse recently and mowed regular meeting os ~~ rot off and are washed away. and cleaned the yard. 19. It is better to .prevent trouble Cathy and Joy Belle Jay put ~ ~ than trying to dear out a sewer which is badly dogged. It is re- commended that two or three pounds of copper sulfate be flush- ~z~,~,~=~=~,~i:~ ~i~ ~ ed through the toilet at the first .~":*~i~ii~!~:~ ............... ~ sign that the sewer is sluggish- ~:'~"::~ .... and if tree roots are a likely suspect. This should be done when the flow of water is not ex- cessive. Occasionall~,, the sewer will be clogged completely a few weeks after the first application. The cause is disintegrating roots which cannot be carried away fast enough. After the large mass of roots is cleared out, it is easy to keep the sewer in good working order by putting 1 to 2 pounds of copper sulfate through the toilet once a year. In a septic ~ank, the crystals can be put through the distribution box, if the system has one. :~: Aiit"~ Fairy Ring Produces Toxic Gas Lawn and turf grasses can be severely damaged by poison gases ~ h?a|fll. I-or Tl~e TuIIeST en|oyme ," produced by certain fungl as they ( -- ~: ~row in fairy rings according tea ~ atld health, eat and drink Gate City 'recent report from Washington ingStateMarasmiumStructuresUniversitY'oreades,and BOthmyceliuma thecommonfrUit-of / Star dairy foods every day. that will discolor the root tips of ' feseue, bluegrass and bentgrass hours. Lii' "ha Fifty-two day cultures of this ~.~ fungus produ d of City All St iry hygdrogen cyanide every 24 Gate hours. Therefore, it is thought or Do that the k~lling of grass, at least by fairy rings of this fungus, is due to the production of a cy- anogenic compound produced by the fungus. Fairy Rings are first seen as a cluster of mushrooms or a tuft of stimulated grass. T,ne rings enlarge each year from a few in. ches to 2 feet or more. The lush dark green grass of the fairy ring is due to the increased a- mount of nitrogen made available to the grass roots by the fungus as it breaks down organic matter in the soil. The ring of brown "dormant" grass is caused pri- marily by temporary exhaustion of the soil, water, nutrients and possibly the production of cyano- genic compounds produced by the fungus. Contact yaur county agen~ for methods of controlling fairy rings. Insurance Co. has a health Insurance pro. gram for qualified people of all ages. Unlike most policies, it provides benefits for pre- existing cmlditi~ms declared in application. Be sure to make your epl~intment when ye~ g~ our call. Find out abcwt P~yremid's up to date protectldn from repreeenta- tim of Pyramid Life Ir~. Co. of Kans~ City, Kens. Don't wait zm~ll it's toe late. |J I I r J I # By Ace Reid I~ Ac, s "i~4) "Dan, I know this ;s gonna sound ridiculous, but... Whoa Dent" Going traveling? If so, be safe - buy Travelers Checks. So much security for so little. 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