The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1946 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIHR NEWS Pubfchcd. Every Friday in the Interest o'f Farm Families of This Agricultural Section. FARM NE WS- FEA 7 bRES FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1946 Published Every Friday in the Interest of Farm Families of This Agricultural Section. Hayti Stockman Biys Prize Bull V * - ' .= £25,000 Is' Paid: For Hereford Sire Owned fly Elm Grove Farm Tfc Hereford auction sale here thisrweek' of the stock owned by Etirr*Grore FRITH was attended by buyJJs throughout the country with oiie^bull selling for $25,000 remaining; in 1 , this section. Charles Reed of Hayli, Mo., paid this amount for B, 6. P. Prlnccp Mixer, which wns considered a bargain as thc owner, C. H. Whistle, had refused nil offer of $20,000 for one-half Interest. The bull has won top honors In .every show entered since the owner 'Purchased it shortly after birth ithree and a half years ago. Next top-ranking price among the 143 head sold was $1500 each paid for two cows with calves at (.tele. Thc total herd sold for approximately $77,000 with a number of bulls going to farmers of Ibis section who plan to go Into the beef cattle business on an expanded scale. _ WANTED CATTLE, CALVES & HOGS j0£;Gei//ng Prices Paid MfiTER At PLANT DAILY MONDAYS THRU FRIDAYS ; NO commission, no yardage or other expense to you. Come to '.' " ' BURING PACKING CO. Inc. PHONE 44, WILSON, ARK. Approved Avery Sales and Service. Let us repair and service your Avery equip- men. FOR SALE Funk's G Hybrid Seed Corn Cotton Hoes Cultivator Sweeps OWENS TRACTOR CO. ; A,C. OWENS, Owner & Mgr. 112 N. Franklin . Phone 3617 Grow Potatoes For Home Use, Agent Advises In af effort to relieves thc shortage of breadstuff, Mississippi Coun- ly homemakers are urged to put lorth .special effort lo produce an adequate supply of both sweet and Irish potatoes for home use Ihls yenr by Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home demonstration agent. She .stressed that as both of lhe.se may be substituted for bread, production large enough to meet family needs will promote betters nutrition, at home, and will help prevent Murvalion in war-torn countries by relieving more grain for export and for bread, ri.sh potatoes are a good source i»f energy and contain Vitamin C, she said, mltllng that nutritionists recommend that Irish potatoes be eaten dully alnng with other essential foods. To provide one serving or Irish potatoes daily farm families should produce from :i to ft bushels for each members of the family annually, she pointed out. Potatoes lend themselves well lo .. variety of methods of prcparn- lion, ih e home demonstration agent .'.taled. receipts and Instructions for "(iressini? up" the Irish potato may be <ibialnnd at the county Extension office, she snld. As yellow .swer^ potatoes arc a Bii'xl source of vitamin A and carbohydrates, .she suggested they be ini-liidcd In tin,, diet frequently. According io the Arkansas Farm Family food Supply I'liin. two bushels cjf sweet potatoes .'mould be produced for each member uf the family annually. Information on growing, harvesf- 'liiB. nnd storing potatoes can also be obtained from the rounly Ex- lension office, she added. Demonstration Cfub Members Hold Meeting The niackwater Home Demonstration Club met at, the home of Mrs. R. c. Whitney, Tuesday afternoon. The devotional was 'given by Mis. Guy Whitney. Twenty-nine members answered the roll cull by telling lh c progress she had made with her spring garden. Mrs. Raymond Scott presided at the business session. A committee consisting of Mrs. Chrales Cacry, Mrs. Woodrow Whitney, iind Mrs Guy Whitney with Mrs. Raymond Scott was appointed to select the play for the Play Tournament. Mrs. nymonri Scott, Mrs. Cluy Person, and Mrs. M. It. Deason showed attractive dresses they had nnde from thrift material. Miss Colomnn gave a demon.stra- ion on mitered hems and also old nf insect control for gardens. During the social hour several [Rinc.s were played, in the name; if putting the most matches on a Kittle Mrs. K. S. Loveless of Shady drove won by placing '.12 matches in th c bottle and was |iiven a set if measuring spoons by the ho.slc.ss Miss Colcman gave a package of lower seed to thc three winners n a contest of guessing thc names if the "Women of the liible." Those vent lo Mrs. C. C. Williams. Mrs. rohn Williams, and Mrs. Wootlrow Whitney. During the social hour Mrs. whit- ny, assisted by her dniwhlers, crvcd a delicious salad plate with :cd lea. The club wns glad to liuvc had hrc D visitors from Shady Grove, i'hcy were: Mrs. John Williams, Mrs. c. C. Wlliams, and Mrs. K. S. * ovcless. FARM LOAM! Farm loans made to fit your individual needs. Our re-payment privilege granted all borrowers. Let us explain our Pre-Payment Reserve Plait. NO EXTRA CHARGES - NO APPLICATION, APPRAISAL, ATTORNEY'S or CLOSING FEES and NO COMMISSION If we arrange a loan with you it is good business for us lo make it fit your needs because farm loans arc a good investment only when thej- are good for thc farm owner. NOBLE GILL AGENCY Glencoe Bldg. Phone 3131 I Forty And Eight j4-H Club Takes •5 New Members A mrcliufr of the -10 and 8 -1-H Club was held Monday with Charles Allen presidint:. Forty-three club members. :i leaders, and 2 visitors H-er,> present. Mrs. R. I,. Adkissoti and T/.ft Mel/gcr. local leaders, were present at this meeting. . Tlie [jroup MIIIR, led by Laura Mac Smith, song captain. Reports were given by the following group captains: Larry Cassidy. pig captain, reported 10 In that club; I'cREy Quervy, gardening and canning captain, reported nine; Maxine Nelson, clothing cap- lain, reported 32; Sonny Garner. j poultry captain, reported 12; anil Polly IIardesty, cookery captain, reported 21. Three corn reports were given by Joan Reams, James Proctor, and Zcrctla Welch. The following glrl.s made pot lifters according lo the directions in thc manual: Joan Reams, Fay CXlom. Maxiiif Nelson, Polly Ihndesty. and I'cssy Qucrry. Five new members joined the club at this meeting. They were; Antics Ward. Homer Pa.xton. Lura Mac Smith. Mini Gene Crotts, and Hobby Cdom. Thrj club now has I '18 members. Miss Cora Lee Colemrm, home J romised Land Club Captains Make Reports A meeting of the Promised Land 4-It clnb wns held Wednesday with Nellie Ashby 'presiding. Thirty-four ncmbers. (liree leaders, nnd two •isitors were' present. The group sang, led bv Annie Allred. Reports were given by lhc fol- wiiin club captains: Herbert. Nave, cotton captain, reported three; l,a- fay Johnson, pig captain, reported line; Shirley Mullen, gardening nnd canning captain, reported seven; Kitty Belle Plunkett, clolhmp; cnptnin. reported one; Edward Beasley. poultry cni>laln, re])0! ted is; nnd Ann Needham, room im- Buyers from nil sections of the country gathered here for the sale Wednesday conducted by Col. O. li. Shaw or Memphis and Col. A. | w. Thompson of Kansas City. Among the buyers from distant, ixiints. wtw spent several days In this section, u-ere. (he Uortz Bro| thcrs of Uuioiitowii. Pn.. accom- 1 pnnicrt by Art Maness. former mnu- ar.cr ot Kim drove Stork Farm, who [purchased two of lh c heifers of ' 1'riucep Nixcr. There worn 15 buyers from distant points who attended the supper Riven :>t Hotel Noble for "•" visitors. the Thai's Tvhat it amounts to when you gei your equipment back from u5 tftcr a check-up and overhaul job . the knowledge thai e»ery job you jtari will b« finished wilt no unnecessary delay . No, tht premium you pay isn't bit; and ii, give, you & f ^^ possible protection on your tractor invesimcni. for lUy-off of your equipment adds up to important loss la your food pro- duciion program You will sate .ill ihc way arounj hy .n!op>ing our regular service check-up. You \\ill prevent trouble, you will save tlio cose of 4 ^I'rcikdovvn as against a timely adjustment and your tractor will five you that dependable performance that means satisfaction and profit. Our Service Shop has the mm, methods, and material to keep your equipment in perfect working order. They have the "know how" too because they are factory trained. Missco Implement Co, OBCEOLA Use Everyday Recipes With 'Utility flour' Tin' .'lame "tried and Irtie" everyday recipes thru homemakers have used witli enriched flour will give acceptable; results \vith emergency flour. Home Demonstration Agent Miss Cora Lee Coleman told Mls*- .sisstppi County homemakers recently. EiiKrui-ncy flour is perhaps best rlc.siTiiir.il as a utility flour, she -said. It is not an nil-purpose flour, In lln 1 sense Dial many while Hours are, however, because it is (he only kind that may be produced durmi; thc food emergency, It miisi M'rvc all purposes, she pointrri out. Kmergency self-rising flour is available to home-makers who prefer a self-rising flour. For all practical household purposes, emergency flour has the same tliicki'iiint; power as enriched white .Hour, .she pointed out. It may be user! iti thr usual proportions for lliicki-nins gravies and making sautes and pie and cake filling!!. In making prrulucts leavened wilh bakim' pmvdcr, or willi .sour milk and sndii, a minimum amount of mixiiii', and stirring after the flour proveinrnt captain, reported 10. Miss cnra LCI- Coleman, home di;nnjl)>tr.ilion aiient, judfied the scarves brntight by the girls, the best brmi; the one brought by Vivian Jones. 'JlmT nr'\v members joined the club nt this uieeling. CH i t:d<3 Cat-sidy and Perry Lcc Adkk'Min from th c Aimorel 1-H Club i;a\ F c a demonstration on tractor maintenance and farm safety. Miss Coleman gave a demonstration «ii correct measurements in cookerv, , and liquid have been combined is suggested. She stressed that the iu) e for quick breads "to mix only until flour Ls moistened" Is double Important when emergency flour is used. In making yeast breads it Is well to handle doughs lightly s h e advised, especially after they have risen once. The most Important thing is to avoid letting them get too light or to rise too long, she suggested letting llicin rise until they are Just doubled, but not more than doubled, as a good rule to follow. Although cakes made with this flour are not so velvety and delicate as those made with cake flour, or with white, all-purpoj>e flour, tiultc good 2-egg cakes, chocolate cakes and many other favorites may be made, she staled. Emergency flour will not keep as well as white flour, therefore, she advised homcmnkers to buy in quantities which will be used within a few weeks. Like all flour, emcrgccy flour keeps best when stored in a covered container in a cool, dry place. She recommended avoiding storage on top shelves of pantries and . cabinets as flour containers should be placed where air can circulate around them. Icmonstrnlion agent, gave a demonstration on making accurate incsi- iiircmcnls in cookery. Keith Bilbrey, county agent, gave suggestions on selecting pigs for irojcct and fall fair. Insurance ' of every kind I Phone 3545 | W.J. Pollard Agency Glcncoc Ilote! Bldg. * Recce Group Meets A meeting of the Recce 4-H Club was held Tuesday witli naruid Hunn presiding. Twenty-eight members, •M leaders ami one visitor were present. The group sang, led by Mrs. Wahl. Heports were given by the following club captains: Louis Hughes, pig captain, reported four; Jimmy nittnitial FARM LOANS / Low Interact i Extra TrucK'Mileage No Matter What Your Business- How Many Trucks You Operate or What Kind of Work They Do— RES Will Give You More Mileage iVe Carry a Complete Stock All Sixe.s fi(H>-2<) to 1000 We invite you NOW to sec thc famous GOODYEAR H1-MILERS and ALL WEATHER TREADS in thc Complete Goodyear line for every kind of light or heavy duty trucking service. No other Truck Tires built offer you as much in long, trouble-free service for your Truck Tire Dol lar. More Tons ore Hauled on Goodyear Tires than on any other kinds Lct ' s Talk Over Your Requirements GOOD/YCAR " Tints ' SERVICE HOW. Main STORK Phone 249*? Clayton, raljljlt captain, reported two; nctty jenn Stalling*, gardening and canning captain, reported eleven; Harold Bunn, poultry captain, reported ten. Tlie clnb members were glad to lia\> Betty Cameron transfer her membership from Promised Lmid to Pieccc. Another new member, Ralph wahl. was also enroled al this meeting. Miss Com Lee Colcman. home demonstration agent, gave a demonstration on accurate measure- ments in cookery. She also discussed the 4-H County Council Meeting to be held soon at which time the following things will be discussed: County Play Tournament, County Rally. County 4-H Pair, ano! County Softball Tournament. Kclthr Bilbrey, Count Audit, gave n demonstration on tractor maintenance. There are 53 cities and towns in Arkansas with populations of more limn 2,500. FLOORS RERINISHED New Floors Laid and Finished. Make Your Old Floors Look New—Modern Sanding Equipment Used. Call 469 for Free Estimate Deal's Paint & Wallpaper Store ,*??'"**' Wallpaper. Slats-O-Wood Awnings IM So. First "We Clean and W»x Floors" Phone «W J Fair Appraisal / Prompt Swrrlo* RAY WORTH INGTON Serving This Section for 21 Years 115 So. 3rd, Blythcville, Ark. X=l*.ri.J Afo**. £*» .fcic/fcr /„ Tk. Fhrfnlkl l~., Tune in Prudential Program JSunday al 4 p.m. over WKEC NOW AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY - fl * " """'^J-* , TP-K--.-' "'«g»» ' . b* ;_r' ^'r^.-f //BBSS* IfSkHv^-: f<f ^ "«'~ c ' Suitable for Sawmills, Unloader Fans, Irrigation Pumps, etc. NO PRIORITY REQUIRED ELLIS IMPLEMENT CO. A new advanced type of Time, Labor, Money Saving for FARMERS everywhere... The New JEEP On The FARM LIGHT TRACTOR Kffcclive awl economical in jelling and opcral- iiiK farm equipment. Designed to tractor standards. Meets "dniwljar pull" rctniiremculs for lislvt Iraclor. Selective four-wheel drive. MOBILE POWER UNIT Performs wide ranjje of .specially jobs. Can op- L-i-atu all common farm machinery and power ei|ui]>mein .such as balers, sprayers, harvesters, torn shellcr.s. Speeds fan be kept constant. LIGHT TRUCK ICasy h, load and unload. Kquippod with special pick-up box. Will carry load equal to own weight and low a train of trailers. Transports materials with speed and economy off or on highway. UTILITY, PASSENGER CAR Replaces conventional automobile—will go :U iy place in any weather. Deliver the children lo school-get thc men to the job and back again. Hunter and fisherman's prayer. Around thc Clock, Around the Year, Around the World GEORGE APPLIANCE & AUTO CO I.uxora, Ark. Jeep Distributors for Mississippi County

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