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i specialist says soil. pH value the 1983 farm Cooperative Extension Ser- the incentive vice's soil test laboratory for besides corn, analysis. planted to Most acid soils are found in of a the eastern on.third of diminish ff Nebraska. "As one progremes tests show a low westward, soil vH will more likely be suitable in the sub soil to Richard Wiese, and m the western one-fifth of of Nebraska ex- the state, nearly all soils will be m agronomy, calcareous (have lime) and have suitable pH levels." indication of a Wiese suggested that central "If the topsoil Nebraska legume growers with a soil should check deeper when soil of 6.2 or less, lime sts ruulm indicate an acid on soils in tha soil. "Deeper soil levels may the state." have an ideal pH level for with a soil pH of 6.5 to 7.0. "These crops are all legumes and certain necessary soil microorganisms for them grown best with the right soil pH levels." "Both the organism and the legume benefit from having a suitable soft pH." New class for county flower Show Ilene Headrick, chairman of the flower and garden depart- ment of the Jewell County Fair, has announced a special flower arrangement section for the 12 to 15 cores being grown. For example the field, mix soybeans grow best on soils with and mail about one a pH of 6.0 to 7.0, and alfalfa the soil to the and sweet clover grown best lime, be legumes." 196S show will be called "Ar- Have the soil Several factors' must be tietic Design." The classes w'q taking a represes- considered before lime is ap- be: Summer Beauty (rose ; of each field, plied, including what crou is Grandmothers Rose Garden (roses); Summer Spendor FFA members Silver Maples project was part of the Chap- ter's B.O.A.C. (Building Our American Communities). The next Chapter activity ls the Parent-Member Banquet May 5 at 7 p.m. at the high school. Mrs. Stafford and daughter feted at shower FFA Chanter Day with the Maple bare trees were the freshmen Lincoln Park. furnished by the NRD with manager,Ron activitycon- unit on tree ipating in- Mrs. Bruce Stafford and tson, Lynn Daine, Formuso, were honored Worm, Rog guests at a baby shower held Weiler, Matt last Wednesday evening at the Grove, Darin Senior Citizens Center, For- Iohnson, Ryan moso. Hostesses were Mrs. Wittke, Mark Morris Moravek, Scandla, and Hansen, Chad Mrs. Richard Lamina and Mrs. Warren. The Rex Isaacsen, Formoso. (gladioli); Summer Delight (mixed summer flowers); Summer Jewels (miniature arrangement); Quiet Moments (religious arrangement); and School Days (red flowers). Other sections are: Flowers, House Plants, and Unusual Displays. The garden section is divided into garden displays, and in- dividual entries. 3 DAY SALE! OBE AND iOWN S il reg. 20.00 Sizes S-m-I Y priced for a lovely Day gift! Light, robes with sleeve- gowns in matching or Sting prints, accented beading. Otton. .00 sets, 17.88. 7 Central - Superior, Neb. Leo Zadina (right) has been recognized for a quarter century of service to the Superior Volunteer Fire Depart- ment. Making the presentation is Elmer.Rempe. --Express Photo Debricks host a card party Mr. and Mrs. Ron Debrick, Ruskin, entertained at a card party at their home Saturday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Thayer and Mrs. and Mrs. Darrell Biltoft. ''|--r Every Item in Store Thursday, Friday, and Saturday May 5, 6 and 7 Reed Antique & Gift , .. .. 200Bloom -_.zSuperior, Neb. =.. Off Motion Slacks Select colors, grey, medium blue, sand, iris. Off Short Sleeve Motion Blouse 01f Vinyl and Fabric Handbags Off All Pantihose 1.39 and Up to 25% Off Sleepwear and Sleep -Coordinates 90-10.99 Par Four@ Coordinates For Ladies 50% Off Sewing Accessories Buttons, Thread, Zippers, Patterns and Notions Superior, Neb. Store Hours Catalog Phone Mort--Sat 9-5:30 402-879-3254 Thurs 9-9:00 Retail Phone 402-879-3410 Senior Citizens have pot-luck Sixty senior citizens at- tended the pot-luck dinner last Thursday at the Superior City Auditorium. Organ Music was provided by Frank Korbelik, Nelson. Following dinner there were card players at six tables. II Thursday. May 5. 1983 Nebraska students do somethh THE SUPERIOr~ ! ~ PRESS 3C out alcohol Sometimes it is easy to Area Youth Today ,c is hoped eventuallygre castig e young folks and program there has been at- will porgreutothapomtitc assume because a study shows tracting n ore participants, educate students at t significant alcohol usage exists according to Pat Ramsey, elementary level about t among high school students, coordinator of Neighborhood dangers of alcohol. that either they don't care or Family Services. More Right now, however, hot usage is so prevelant the adage recently, three Scottsbluff groups are facing uphill battles, "everyone is doing it" holds students have taken steim to not against adults but the other true. establish a similiar program in students. When the Scottsbluff However in two Nebraska that high school with sp - students spearheading the communities something is sorship provided by a parent movement distributed surveys being done about it-by the support group called Anchor. they weregreetedwithlaughter students themselves. Gering In both programs, tlm aim is and jeers. However, it is some time ago adopted a to convince students they can that the students will join ' a program nicknamed STRAYT, have fun without needing friend joins, creating a Students Together Reaching alcoholic beverages to do so. It wagon effect. Springtime brings rash of anhydrous burns Farm operators should take precautions this spring to avoid injuries--especially injuries caused by burns from anhydrous ammonia, warns Rollin Schnieder, University of Nebraska extension safety specialist. Schnieder said he has received many reports of burns stemming from anhydrous ammonia application. Some have been on the farm, and some have been at the ammonia plant, he added. The anhydrous ammonia manufacturers respect their product and generally have few problems, Schnleder pointed out. However, tlmse who don't work with the product every day get careless, creating the potential for injuries, ha said. Anhydrous ammonia catmes a caustic burn or a progressive burn. It's a product just like lye. When it comes to first aid, there is only one recognized treat- ment. And that ls water, water, water. And plenty of it. Schnieder recommended at least five gallons of water on the tank and another five gallons on the tractor. Make sure that the water container on the ap- plicator tank is full. It may be the difference betwe:: blinc hess and continued 'ision in a case of anhydrous getting into the eyes. Other safety precautions include personal protective equipment. Neoprene gloves and a good pair of goggles are very important protection. Artichokes have powerful sweetening effect but they don't sweeten like sugar. Artichokes alter the chemical environment of the tongue--not the substance to be sweetened. I III II IIIII I I" with a Hallmark Card and COUPON -- -- ~m. ~.. ,m. m., m, ,w. m ,.m ~ am .m, ,'m "~ '~" ~ "- "1 ', COLOR PRINT FILM DEVELOPING SPECIALS I I i Ii 35MM COLOR PRINT ! Z4 ~x~ i~(+t~ SA #"}/ff~ I 36 LxP ~0UI FILM SERVICE I~ , ~,,,~ i~w~ ~'t.aF--~ i~ c~y) I lb. size Receive 1/2 lb. 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