The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1944 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 1, 1944
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER I, 1944 BLYTHEYILLE COURIER NEWS PAGETHREB PubllBhed Every Friday In th«l Interest of Farm Families of Thifll Agricultural Section. [ FARM NEWS-FEA7 URES 1 Enter th« Plant-to-Proeper Coo- tests sponsored by the Courier |! Newa and Commercial Appeal. Points Way For Farm Prosperity Sound Marketing And Production Methods Will Be Essential PAYBTTBVILLE, Ark., Dec. 1 — The farmer who can be ahead in the postwar period will be the QUO who followed not only sound production practices but who also knows sound marketing principles !•• L. Hummcll, agricultural counsel ol the Kroger Grocery & Baking Co., Cincinnati, tolrt the annual conference of Extension Workers of the University of Arkansas College of Agriculture,.meeting here in the second rta'y of 'their three( day conference. ' "For this reason," Rummell said "co-operative marketing associa lions that will allow a group o farmers to afford the necessar grading 'and packing machinery ant supplies will be of untold value Ii the rural people. Improvements Predicted "Three improvements that can be expected in the marketing of food IS EPILEPSY INHERITED? WHAT CAUSE!? If? A booklet eo/iralnina tho opinion* of fa- 1 mout doctors on trm intereilinrj subject will be sent FSEE, \vhi)e they lost, lo any leader wnli-nB to I lie Educational DivUion, i35 Fifth Ave., NewYoik, N.Y., Dept. M-124 roducts In Ihe postwar years," lummel said nre: 1. Fast transportation by plane IK! rail. 2. Slreamlined refrigeration, both i homes and In retail stores, and 3. Improved packaging with more ncpackiivg In cellophane (ind wax 0 preserve quality and present a nore attractive product. Dean Robert Leflar of tho Unl- 'erslty's School of Law pointed out that Arkansas' statutes make 1 an easy matter to set up a marketing and consumer co-operative termed as a corporation over an unincorporated association which allows individual liability to mem- Raises School .unch Program Communities Urged To Take Advantage Of Aid From WFA Mena Hogan, Southern bcrs. Miss States field agenl of the Fedcra 1 Extension Service, said that other states In the South recognise thai Arkansas has pioneered In the system of training farni. women as local leaders .;'Ui> JtipnW.. dcrriqnstrA- ti'on clurj'work."'"' 4 "' 1 ' '<-'•>"••'• •»•'* > Crop Itotallrm Stressed R. P. Bartholomew, head of the college's Department of Agronomy told the conference that good cro: rotation with legumes for soil 1m provement and fertilization wit! superphosphate permitted a pro duclion of 48 bushels of corn pe acre under drouth conditions at th main experiment station here. II pointed out that the applicatlo of 100 pounds of concentrated super phosphate to a IQ-acrc pasture the Livestock and Forestry Branc Experiment Station, near Batesvlll resulted in an average gain In weight of beef cattle 'of 320»()o.ui)d^. per,., acre, an increase of 50 |ieY''c'c'iii?iir&j Communities In Mississippi Coun- y can organize to give children a noontime meal which meets at least me-llilrd of the food needs for :ach day, Miss Cora Lee Colcman county home demonstration agent said this week, She reported lha when Uic noon bell rings In some 35,000 schools throughout the nu :lon this year, it calls over 4 mil Eon children'lo a nourishing schoo unch. Jtilize Scraps o Make Gifts : or Christmas Olfls for fninlly nnd friends can c made from materials on hand, llss Cora Lee Colcmnn, county ome demonstration agent, sug- ests to Mississippi County homc- lakci's who have found that a llm- ted budget, will not buy many ionds during the Sixth War One year of proper diet during child's life Is more Imiwrtant thai 10 years of "right feeding" aftc 40, she said, consequently, one o the best Investments Mississipi: Count} 1 communities can make Is nourishing .school lunch, because pays dividends now and for the fti lure In better school work, fewe absences, and healthier, happie children. Miss Colcman snid a school chl each da.v needs a minimum of 01 quart, of milk; two vegetables <oi green, leafy, or yellow); two frill (one citrus or tomatoes); one eg f 5ilvc [inil iilxo Christmas presents, Scin|>s of colored wool yarn, Iclt mis. old bends, butloiis, tmd or- minenls cnn be rensscmblcd lu ne» rattenis for bcnn bags and leys or children, Inpel ornnnients, bou- onnleres. nnd purees for ndnlts. Since the tnx innkcs many purses loo much of n luxury, women arc unking Ihelr own, stic suld. Scrajics of wool left from coals and suits mo bclna fashioned ItUo envelope Farm Woman's Column the syrnp Is nocrssiiry If results nro to be uniform. However, fairly ftceunilD results cmi he obUiliied by nshiB Llie following procedure: To iiierense the density of (he syrup from 30 to 40 per cent, first measure tho synip mid to eiieh civuut ot S>T»|> u<kl 10 tivVrtosiwons of siirtnr and 4 Inblcspoons of corn syrui), To rnlsc n '10 per cent syrup to ii 51) per cent syrnp, mill \'i Inrjlespoons of suunr mid r, (:ililc- spoons of corn syrup to encli quart. FRUITS Only the flnu fleshed fruits are iiiltcd to this Those most commonly candled 'arc apricots, apples, cherries, citron, cranberries, jrnjie peel, icmbiriwel, oriingc peel, pears, peaches, .pineapple, plums, I and quince. These f mils con \\e used fresh, or canned fruits will serve equally well. The making, of candled fruit (lit- f~Vn fers from the nuking of fruit pie- Wl y serves In Iliree ways: 1. Use of invert Sugar: Invert sugars (glucose, cellulose, or corn syrup) are .necessary In inaklnt! DALLAS, Texas, nee. 1 candled fruit; otherwise, Ihe fin- The Nallomil Cotton Cuu'nell hn: Islii-d product will be covered with nude pluns for Its own rc.siwl a heavy coat of cryMiillicil siiuar committee Cottop aflcr a few weeks and be until for or draw-siring purses [hut add rils- V KC - A smnl ' «'«ount of corn syrup Unction to ensembles. Other* are ^ <l<ic <! to sugar U the method coin- made of upholstery material, tape. 1 ;- mon 'J' "-^'d '" the home, Too much try, or waffle cloth. Some women .«»'". syrup >'H| B'vc tlic finished make purses of needlepoint or work out n design nnd hook them ns they do nigs. These purses arc us> composed of lint from 18 colton-pniil spn ually envelope style with a 7,lppcr product a flavor. 2, Syrup Concentration — Greater concentration of syrup Is necessary to prevent undue shrinkage or shrlvellnsj. of thOi fruit. Preserves out thai since combl- RTC »5UuUy .finished In n W to CO treated pasture. Read Courier News Want Ad». NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may he ruinm* your property, check-up without coat or obligation. C*U ir* f(K KATB. MICE AND ROACH CONTROL GUARANTEED WORK H. C. BLANKENSHIP \y> t,. OH possible; one serving of meat, clothes, and stuffed toys. Isli, poultry, or cheese; three sen'- ' ngs of bread or cereals (half vholc-graln or restored); butter or fortified margarine; and cod-liver oil, preferably until the child Is 14 years old. "Lunch is most Important," the home demonslrntion agent insisted. 'Unless the child drinks milk as a beverage at three meals, it is difficult for him to reach his full fastening. nations of colors' hi giiriiienls "arc P cr cellt - s J'r»p. Cnndted frult.s are popular, [he home demonstration ""i-slied '"' tt 65 to 10 per cent agent explained Mint ' harmonizing. ^-"-'P' : " : . 'v|-« colored fabric from the scrap bag 3 - Hrylng of Produce-When the can be made Into small earmcnts. process of sugar infiltration Is corn- gift aprons, pol holders, doll P'ctcd, Hie fruits are removed from the syrupl drained well, and dried beyond the sticky stage. The fruits c la lists slates. Plans for the rr.wui'di commit tee were made (his week at th council's seminar In Dallas: Clmli'timn of the committee wl be Dr. Clarence Dmman of Mis slsslppl state College. Other mem bers include: I). Cl. Sturkle, of Auburn, Alii.; < M. Armsli'ong of Clemson Collei In Clemson, S. C.; Dwlglil Islu University of Arkansas, In l^ayelli vllle, Ark.; !•' .U Ocrdes, of Stoui vlllc, Miss.; R J. Weli-li, of Mlssli sippl Stale Collcsc, In Slarkvill Iss., niui J. N. Jefferson, of I/ouls- nu Stale University; N. I. Hanick, of the University of 'i'onnes- c al Knoxvlllc; E. J. liledsoc, ot rlffln, On., and \V. E. Stokes of te University of Florida nl Oalnes- lle. .Speeder Tells Truth IIAKItlSliima (UP)—State po- ceuHin J. E. Temple has found ml, In rare cases, 11 speeding mo- orlsl really Is going to a fire. Tem- le caught James Grandon ol lechanlcsburg uflcr u Ihrcc-mllc chase—to be told that the motorist was on his way home to put out a fire. Orandon gol ; police escort and a little help In extinguishing the blaze. Try Our "Own Made" ICECREAM OleHickory lnn| •Across From High School MISSOURI FARMS For Good Choice Bottom or Hill Farms at Bargain Prices SEE X. II. VINYAKI), FARMS FOR SALE, VK. VINE ST., POPLAR BLUFF, MO. quart requirement. Also, because of the child's smaller stomach capacity, dividing his food fairly equally among all three meals is much better than having him 'catch up 1 at o heavy meal at night. Packed lunches are likely to become monotonous and unbalanced unless milk, fruit, and vegetables can be included. She pointed out that the Wai- Food Administration offers aid to immunities desiring to provide hool lunches, and through Its Of- ce of Distribution encourages the se of abundant-, nutritions foods iformation on organizing a schoo unch program may be obtained b> riling the U. S. Department o Lgriculturc, Washington, 25, D. C. Pork goes to War! Make sure fighters in your hog lot get what they need to produce more Food for Victory. For fast gains at low cost, see us! : eHE<3^fHfIg 1 TlWtELY PURINA CHOWS for FAST GAINS Many leading hog men average, 100 Ibs. o( pork wilh 5l/ 2 bu. of corn and only 50 Ibs. o[ Hog Chow on. the Purina plan. ^ Groin wiffi HOG'CHOW , are then packed into containers mid ail<1 '» boxcs - If nnd slorc rt '" n ' Gifts made of feed sacks velcomed this year, she re :incc cotton piece goods is scarce. Careful pressing, good workmari- ;hlp. and colorful trimming of ruf- Mcs, braid, or embroidery make .. • :ccd sack gifts, such as lea towels,' : no V 1 ™' _ , • Me | hod 'owcases and'children's 0 clothes' verv Prcpnro the 'fruit as for acceptable ' ' preserves. Moke a syrup by using Gifts that arc to be made should om . Wrt °'. «™. WUP or be started early enough to ailo* . lv ° "" 6 o( su B" r ' , , plenty of time for finishing them, W!Ucr l ,°. tllls 0 »'^e a 30 percent thus avowing a last minute rush ' s >' ru l' .("PProxlmntcly two parts of Miss Colcman advised. • vylUer , n » d ollc P"rt sugar). Make ___ _ _ enough .syrup to cover the fruit, For BIG Litters—HEAVY Pigs SOW esd PS6 CHOW For lots oj sows' mill;, heavy pigs, fast gains, balance your grain with Sow and Pig Chow. Makes grain worth more. Vol. 3 • Place the. prepared fruit In the Captures 3 will. Mess Kit syrup, cover the vessel, and .wll AUBURN, Ind. (UP)--Sgt. Jay E. slowly until the fruit is tender. Bntlermore wrote his parents, Mr. Then set the friilt aside nnd leave and Mrs. W. P. Bnltennoro, "That ."•'•''•' tl>c s >'rup for two days. (If SB wlmt I call getting them on the ca 'V, 1 , w '. f lulls nve uscl1 ' tllls B ' C P ls platter," when he captured three Germans with his mess kit. But- After two days drain the syrup I termoi'c was going to chow, mess from .the fruit..Add enough sugar kit in hand, at his American camp made «p as .before (glucose or corn in Germany, when three Germans syrup;'part, sugar 2 parts) to bring stepped out of a building. "What thc syrup up to 40" per cent. Heat could I do but flash my mess kit on thc synip to.boiling and P»l in the them and make the capture?" tie fruU - Coo!<; Ulc frult « s before and s'lld. set psidt;" for two' days. ••' Dralp the syrup from the fruit, Raise to 50 per cent density as before. If the: volume of syrup Ls greater than is needed, toll It rap- Idly to Increase the density. Only 'enough syrup Is needed to cover thc fruit-Cook the fruit ns before and •set aside. Let the fruit sUmd In thc syrup several days, then remove, ll from Ihe synip. drain well, give It a quick rinse in cold water to remove the excess syrup. After draining spread the.fruit In trays and leave It In a warm dry room for several 'days. -When the surface has lost lUi stickiness, it is ready to store. .-Leftover synip can be diluted nnd used a'second time for candying the sariic kind of fruit;-. Citron and- citrus fruit undergo special treatment before being placed In the syrup. • To prepare citron, remove outer rind and seed pulp. Cut Into suitable slae pieces. Place in a brine made by'dissolving 1 cup of salt In 1 gallon .of water. Leave the citron In the brine 24 hours. Then remove thej citron from thc brine and freshen by letting It stand In several changes, of water. Parboil un- III tender. Follow the general melh- Published By The Delta Implement Co., Illytheville Friday, I»cc. 1 No. M Latest rcporls show (he (Hh War Loan going swell in the Chickusawba District ; with the ..important exception thai K-hond sales are lagging . . . Our employees here jtl I)ella Implements have bought '.over §1200 worth >of EXTRA E-bonds during Ihe drive . . . If you haven't made your purchase make it this weekend — let's go over the top before Pearl Harbor Day! - DI— — Abie Rushing, of Cooler, wants to sell a good used Iraclor disc plow. -- DI - Sergl. S. T. Hardin, Jr., now somewhere in Germany we suppose, sent us a salt and pepper set made from the aluminum nose of a German 'I0-millimctcr shell . . . and, in the same mail, Mrs. Hardin announced Ihe birth of S. T. Hardin III. Mrs. Hardin is an iinglish girl. - DI T. M. Bailey, fanning on Clear Lake Road, wants to sell a disc plow for an K-20 tractor. It's in good condition. "Misicr, I've hccn working my henrcoili for you for a Cong lime now, I haven't grumbled or k.ickcd because I come from a good family where our mono is IIAKD\VOUK AND LONG SliKVlCl!. "Thill doesn't mean we have ihc miracle of evcrh-.iiiig life. I'm }ust a combination of honest material and honest workman* ship but even tltiii his Its limits. I've gone along on all the tough jobs and never ([nil.., hut now I'm asking you to give me a break, for your own sake as well as mine. "fkftirc we go into the next tough job take me down to the Joint Dccrc Service Shop, for a going over. There arc ^ few sore *pou, some loose joints tint hamper me, and I think my wind would be better if my valves and'ignition lud a check-up. Those service men down there are old friends of mine, tlicy know me and what I need. How about it? Or do 1 have to quit against my Missco Implement Co. IlLVTIIEVILLE USCEOLA, ,--•:;' "V BUY BONDS * SAVE SCRAP ¥*r FAST GAINS Short of groin? Feed this complete hog [eed to put on galas quick and thick. Good (or back-yard pigs to feed wilh garbage. Feed HOG FATENA Keep 'Em Milking wilh PURINA GOAT CHOW Helps reduce feed waste because they love it all. Built to make lots of milk. Helps keep 'em milking year round. \Vc had a letter from Hob Lowe (his week saying he's well and wishing his friends and former customers a Merry Christmas. Bo!) has an A. I'. 0., New York, address, but nothing ever seeps through that would indicate where he is. - DI In our shops this week: a Chevrolet truck for a complete overhaul job for Charlie Temple, of Hcrmaiidalc; a Farmall M for minor repairs for U. W. Moore, of Blythe- yille; and tractors for Solution 100 to be put into the tires for Albert Burks, of Clear Lake, R. L. Bolin, of Armorcl, and U. W. Moore, of Blylhevilte. ' - DI We have three motor block assemblies for International D-30 trucks on hand now. - DI Here it is again — and nothing we have to say is more important — get your equipment into shape for next season EARLY this year. Your dealer is going to give the parts he has on hand to the first fellow who needs them; and when he has to start ordering new supplies of parts someone is liable lo have expensive equipment down just when he needs it ... Don't let it be you! - DI H. K. Kdington, of Hermondaic, has a good used tractor disc harrow for sale. TANK OP TOUR ALBUM OOH'f MAVl |f tlVCf HALFWAY 10MYI 0(1. To prcpnrc citrus peel, remove nil "nig 1 nnd '.fibrils mnlerinl from the peel. Grate tightly on an ordlnnry grnter to break Uic oil celts. Treat, according to directions given for citron. To remove bitter tasto from grapefruit peel, It is necessary to parboil It three or Tour times. Changing the v.-alcr each time. The teneral method Is followed. NOTE:— The use of a saccharo- melcr lo determine the density of low SHE SHOPS GASH AND CARRY Without Painful Backache M«ny lufffrtni relievo najjinj bncVu <]U.clly. ones (hty di«oTcr Ihit Iho re.l "H? V.y Ka troublo may b« llrcJ ltidncr«. . The kidney »ro N'tiunfr chMiray oU»V- u They help mwt people p«j n y. itonkr o[ kidney functio . pLQIa a clay. When ditonkr o[ kidney function permit* poisonous mnlter to remain in your bloc** it miy tiune in«ing hacl»eb<!. rhcummic pain, leg tana, \aa of ptp »Dd energy, tctlin u ni<M>, nrrlluii, puffinea ^ndcr the. , , e. cye>. aehca and ditnnc&s. Ftca'icnt or acnoly ijc« win tmartins nnd burning «omc- timu Aowt tkcrp ii Bomtthinj wrong viih your kidneys or Muddcr. , Don t »,itl A«V your drujtiit for Dojn's Tills, uwd ncctutully by millions Tor over Wy'Jrj. They inrc happy rclie! and will I.elp lie 15 miles of kidney tubes Hu>h nut poisonous waste Irora your blood. Get Doan s I'ilis. ELECTRICITY IN THE FARM HOME Lei as explain how easily you may enjoy electricity in your Farm home. Estimates on nlilng without cost! Charlie Stalcup 116 N. 1st. Phone 2993 "We Repair Everything Electrical." Fighting tanks need fighting lubricants —lubricants that will fight heat- keep motor and gears working smoothly despite tough battle conditions. So the U. S. Army uses Sinclair lubricants for many of its tanks, jeeps and'other mechanized equipment. SAVE WEAR WITH To give your car the same, sure protection, get Sinclair lubricants from your Sinclair Dealer. To protect your engine, for example, he offers Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil. This famous oil stands up longer and lubricates better bccause,.it is both de-waxed and de-jellied. UseSinclair; Opaline to keep your car. rolling. B. J. ALLEN Phoie2«l5 ~ ~ Kylfcenlh,

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