The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 5, 1930 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 5, 1930
Page 8
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I'.I.YTIIKVII. I,)-!. .).f:oli|JIK|{ NKW.V I PMENI FRIDAY, SRPTKMBKK 5, 1<J30 Are tho Old Master! Too Old Introduced Methods Thai -'Have Revolutionized PC-I can Growing Industry. ' By NEA Service ' . Lcckharl, Tex.—MYs. Emma B. i Klinecman, prominent society u-o- man of this city, toot off her pat- 1 ly dress donned overalls, and pro-1 ceeded to so rcvolutlonlm the JICCRII | growing industry of the soiitlwesl j thai sl« was recently elected pves-: ident of ihe Pecan Growers' As>:oci- | a I Ion. I For years trees In this section j were producing few nuts. . Km. Kllngeman had an idea thnl If she Bargains For Saturday Only old masters were pusted aside by'the \oungsters In the men's doubles tennis tournament al {.out;cut, off Ihe tops of inferior nutbear-[ wood Cricket Club/at .Chestnut Hills, Muss. Johnny Oorg-'a'nfl George Loll, the youthful team,' won ing trees on her land near Newj from Bln TiWej) nml panels Hunter, the wMorans. Left to riyhl. Ihe'men Arc: Uoeg. Loll, Tilden, Hunter Braunfels she could graft, new tops; _ _ __. _:._. -. on'them which would beur high ----I T-,. - . rw, ,-, ,. ^ I ^. Srade pecans In larger quantities. But horticultural experts told her it couldn't be done. They said that j inferior trees more thnn a foot, in I circumference would not take grail- \ ed tops. Mrs. Kllngeman laughed. | She'd show them.. And she dirt, j She set' to work, on what proved n be the most startling experiment over performed in (he nut industry. Cliinblng trees with the ngllity of a monkey she sawed off the tops of hundreds of pecnn trees on her ranch. People unhesitatingly called her a fool. Expt-rti shook their heads. ' .Persists Against Troubles But Mrs. Kllngeman went doggedly ahead and budded the decapitated trees to choice varieties of pecans. Misfortunes, such ns hnil and ants, stripped 'the lender foliage from her trees and retarded her work but she stuck to her gamble. Today she owns the largest grove of native top-worked pecan trees In the world. Trees -In the Kllngeman grove each ol which produced a paltry few pounds of dsvarflfish nuts fivr years ago. are todny producing huiir pounds of the finest grnd- nuts on the market, and'her grove promises to bring her a fortune. The woman's achievement, hallcc , as the most j-cmarkable in the. Industry by .the chief of the nut dl .vision of the U. 8. Department of Agriculture.-fins Seen duplicated on hundreds of farms and groves over Texas and other southern states. Nut Crop Valuable Everywhere-'growers and farmer-' svho own pecan land are following her 'example . of top-working aiv' budding native tree's to fine pecans Judgmg by results attained. Improved pecans bid fair to rival even King Cotton In value in the states of'the south, experts "declare. Some leading authorities declar that by following Mrs. Kllngeman'c example, farmers and growers increase- peran production in thr United States twenty-fold. Toppltv- ond'budding of wild trees will in, crease the annual • value of Texa 1 crops to hot less than $2,000,000 according to Congressman Bu- channari of Texas. . When .Mrs.- Kllngenian was elected president of the growers' association, representatives from 15 counties In Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma. Georgia. Call fornia, Arizona and New Meslcr paid her-tribute. First to Top Graft Pecans One of tht many trees on Mrs. Emma Klinycman's fann at New Braunfcls, Tex., alter Its top had been loppi-il off. Mrs. Klirigcinan Is -at right. The .comparison of farmer nuts and those she grows now Is .shown In circle, the tlnj "<lt,ts" liehiff prraiiK igrown befoic Mrs. Kllnsrirmn wielded the saw.- HOME THEATRE Friday and Saturday Argentine Meat Hike Seen in Great Britain LONDON (OP)—Argentine meats Imported Into Great Britain enjoyed an increase each week during the month of July. Chilled hind and tore quarters increased from 3,471 tons during the first week of July to 7.514 tens during the third week. During the third week of July. 1929, 8,001 ton; of Argentine chilled beef entered ports of Great Britain. Lamb carcases, frozen, during the third week-of July numbered 1,060. During the same week of 1929 the number was 835. Hudson New Scoutmaster of Manila Lions Troop MANILA, Ark.. Sept. 5.—The Manila Lions, club held their scml- nionUily luhcheon in the Masonic hall above People's Drug store yesterday. The dinner was served by the ladles of the local Eastern Star chapter. The club discussed Ihe progress the local Boy Scout troop im:l made during the summer, mid gav.- a rising' vote of thanks to Osciir Fendler for his service as scoutmaster. Raymond Hudson war elected to succeed Fendlor -who Is leaving for school. •! The> Lions club asked W. T. Goalie invite Harry Hill of Jonesborf to attend a mass meeting next Tuesday night; where he could explain his proposition for the Installation of a' waterworks without, any bonded Indebtedness on the lowii'r property.. J. C. Cliapin Is president of the local Llous. BEATEN IN JAIL;'FREED VINCENNES. Ind. (UP)-A swollen lip, scratched face nurt torn shirt, received during a "kangaroo court" session In the Kno\ county jail, won Vincent Manning HAKE VIOUN SHOWN' LOGANSPORT, Ind. .(UP)—An llnlinn violin mbnde-by Qunrnerius, •U Cremdna. Italy, In 17-10. anri| valued at $100,000, was shown to friends and . music lovers .at Lo- gansporl by John Mnslilnol, Cli(- clnnati antique collector. Mashlno'., who uncovered the violin in Cincinnati three years tigo, and the co-owners, the Frair club of Cincinnati, plan to present the insiru- BANANAS , 6-lb. Pail $1.08 Ib. 5c Golden Ripe Jumbos PQTOTOES New Crop Fancy Reds Ib. 3c APPLES Jonathans Ib. 8c ORANGES . 23 10 Poud Limit With Groceries 10 Ibs. 45c racnt to the Vatican Rome, it Is said. museum at OUTSMARTING HIRDS BELOIT, Wis. (UP>—When Frank R. Cheney learned that birds arc frightened .by smikes. half of ^ tusk was over. When he chopped up discarded garden hose into.con- venient lengths and painted them to represent sunke;, he was,, .the victor In, his-conquest over,"'Wrcls that had threatened to plunder his garden. - TRICK Jnde Box. No. I! Coinwly AdniiKsion Matinee and Night I0c-25c . - -j , YOUNGEST DEAN DANVILLE, ' Ind. ' (UP)—Central Ncrmal College at .Danville wll have the . youngest denn In the United States when Leslie I. Steinbach, 24, takes up Ills duties this fall. '.Stelnbach will head the 21, Decker, fredom. when he ap- physics department, sis well ns be pcarcd before Mayor Kimmell on an intoxication charge. Head Courier News Want Ad.; tl>? clean. -He holds degrees from Indiana.University and the University of Ken(ilcky. He is n native of Louisville. Ky. EIGHT YEAES LATE CRAWFORDVILLE, Ind. (UP)'A shipmjnt of 28 boxes sent to James Cornell, wholesale fruit mer chant, arrived about eight years toi late. He has been dead since 1922. PIG HAS EXTRA LEG FOND DU LAC. Wis- (UP)—A four-month-old pig on the farm of William Woock, Burnett Corners, is thriving Just like his normal brothers and sisters alhough he must carry around an extra leg. having been born with five. " CLASSIFIED ^^ ^^rssss^-w VSE'IHONE In order to render every possible service to our customers we.have decided that'the banks in Blytheville will remain open on Saturday afternoons until four o'clock during the months of September, October and November. We feel that this extra hour will render more service than remaining open an hour on Saturday nights. The banks in the future will not open on.Saturday night. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Farmers Bank & Trust Co. RITZ Friday and Saturday dynamic and emotional Fox all fatk- ng movietone drama of the underworld's ruthless grapevine system. CELERY Jumbo Stalk 10c| LETTUCE, 60's 7 1 2 V $ , 360's, Dozen 25c m« Ib. 12c 5 Pound Shoulder Plates Ib. 12>c MIX SAUSAGE Ib. lOc HECK BONES Ib. 9c BACON Genuine Black Hawk 3 Pound Limit Ib. 25c STEW MEAT Fresh Tender Ib. 12!c BACOK SQUARES lb.l9c|CHOCK«OASTa..l7c Sunset Gold, Maxwell House, Canova ' 3 Can limit, 1 Pound Can No - 2 Can ' standard Quality, 3 Cans For CALUMET '•yga 25c| MUSTARD " a l rt j, r 17c CORN s S?; d Nc ° an2 lOc I CARROTS bunch 71c Comedy and Fables Admission Matinee I0e- Admission Night 10c-o5o Lib by s DeLux No. 2J Can

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