The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 16, 1936 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1930 BIATIIRVIM.K, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SiMa KB ^^ ' ' Farm News Edited by 3* O. FULLERTON County Agricultural Af.ml J. I,. DAMERON Ass't. County Agent Play Valuable part in -irrn i-nm-im I aim Liogiam, Gels 36 Bushels to Acre from 200 Acres of Oats . Hiram Wylie, of Hie Promised I.ami community. has Just liar- vesleil 1,228 bushels of oals from 200 acres or an average yield of 'Hi bushels per acre. 'I'lic highest yielding plot wns » I'-"/.-ncre field which made an average yield of C-1.0 bushels per Nanking Troops Menace Canton Atent Fullerlon Says nc ', e - Tllls wfls i >lnnl «> lo Kokcrs b ___ ' liciliurrod, Norton variety. An- tultuuil conservation program, J. O. i-'niierion, county agent, says. In pointing out Hie importance nl legumes, Mr. Fullerton said that legumes protect the coll from erosion and conserve moisture and icld of Apple variety nmdc a u'td of Appier variety made a The i raising of oats in n big vny as a feed crop.Is a new ex- He , plant food by preventing vap! ' '" cr , run-off of surface waler | ™ se '<" that continued dry weather each year which made corn production .rather ha/nrdous was the chief I «"• , When plowed uniler, or left on the land, legumes Increase the fertility of the soil, adding to It I nitrogen taken from the nir. Of the three plant-food elements which farmers commonly buy to apply to their soil—nitrogen, potash, and phosphorus—nitrogen can lie supplied by legumes. Any ijrccn-nianure crop turned under adds organic matter and 1m- f /•> r\c proves the mechanical condition ^-OmmOTl Lowpeas Ulten of the soil, prevents packing or enisling, and increases the water holding capacity. Poor stands i of crops can often be attributed to poor mechanical condition of the soil because of deficient orgnnlc )nattcr. In addition to saving the soil legumes save money for the' worm farmer. Mr. Pullerton point* out ' by reducing feed bills, when the acreage is adequate for pasture lly. of Ynrbio. spi'iil SumMy with I heir daughlcr. Mrs. Jim llarrk, «n<l hmitly. Tom Cannvuy 1ms gone to Hot Springs. Mrs. Kudo Jumps lins gone lo MKslssii>[>l to visit her sister. Mrs. l.:iliiur Iliimlltun. ///// Farm News Mrs. Juke Gibson, of Dyess. is spending ilils week with ' her MIDI, Mrs, D. P. Hall. Mr. mill Mrs. 0. II. Vales' had us their guests Sunday Mv. ' Mrs. J. T Mansfield, Mr mid Mrs. ller.sehel Hale and Mr. and Mrs. John Moore, of near D'yess. Harold lloljprlsoii. of Hldgelnnd, spent the week end with Clifford j jv.osley. Marvin Ulchardson vlsllcil In lilylhevillc Satmday. Tonnnie Tcxld was seriously Injured when he mis thrown from ii mule Sunday. Thomas A. Watson was I lie first man to hear words spoken over n , telephone. To be move clearly understood, when ho spoke over Ihe phone, lie look up the study of elocution, and became so Interested that he became an actor at the line of Sli. and SATURDAY Infect Soil With Root Knot Nematocle mid hay. and aittiiifr in maintam- ni£ the health of live-stock lit a maximum point of vigor. Legume hay and pastures rate high in vitamins, protein and mineral sil(s, particularly lime and phos- Phfflc. Among the producers practicing adequate legume programs arc T. O. -. Johnson, Chickanawba township. Elsie Wallace. Joe Wallac.- J. Y. Turuer. C. S. Stevens ami .John Stevens, of the Deir community, and C. G. Smith of the New Liberty community. Clear Lake News Clois Tonsiic ami Coy Johnson of Tennessee, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jess Smith and Mr. anci Mrs. Troy. Weatherford over the week end. Little Ordinary varieties of cowpeas, such as the Whlppoorwlll, are extremely susceptible to attacks the root knot nematode or eel states J. O. Fullerton, county agent. A severe attack of root, knot on cowpcns so greatly increases Chen Clii-hniK 9 j.| Ne\v strife looms in Chin;i. in the nr(\i mapped, with troops of the ccnlrn! government at Nan- king ordered lo advance on Can- lone.'e soldiers in KwanKliuiK province, who hnve vov;cd to resist Japanese rifiuression Strom 1 , forces li.ive IKVII mils-- tcred by Gem-rals Chen Chi- tang and I.i Tsuns-jen, whc. scorne:! IJie orde]' i'f C!cn. Chiang Kai-shrk. strong mini nl Nankins, to "visit some -foreign country for a time.' 1 HE ALWKfl UK HH BUdl Demonstration Club News Notes the population of nematodes in the soli that subsequent crops lire much more severely Injured. This is the basis of the common observation that the cotton wilt disease is often severe following cowpeas. The explanation is that attacks of loot knot weaken cot- „ .. .._ Ion rools and render them less I club, held Tuesday morning, July capable of withstanding the cot- H at the schoolhouse. They are: ton wilt fungus, according to V. | Ell Castleman, president; Malda lliU'kwater 4-li Club New officers were clectc<l at the meeting of the Blackwater 4-H H. Young, plant pathologist. University of Arkansas college of agriculture. Because of tho damage to cowpeas and cotton from the root Myers, secretary; Ethel Mnrie Maplec. reporter. .1. O. Pullerton, farm agent, and Miss Cora Lee Coleman. home demonstration agent, were prcs- knot disease and the wilt diseases I ent and took part In the pro- v.-hich often follow it. susceptible' t'nim. The club is planning cx- varictics, such as Whlppoorwill,! hibits for the county fair, should, not be planted on root knot infested soils. Iron Brabham cowpens, Laredo soy- Little Jimmte Cnlvert is very alscnsc ill .of colitis. ! ln "<l- W beaiiB,.. peanuts, or some other crop resistant to Ihe nematodt' disease should be planted on such eeds should be kepi down Bre nto BrfeclKl Cowpeas attacked "by nematodes have irregular fleshy roots which ^ Mrs, Mildred Shcppnrd is "pending n few days with Mr. and Mrs. Tliomas Via. VirplB Smith, Valdie and Vclmnj decay easily: the pkuifs^maj-e^a liunn were Sunday guests of Miss poor, unthrifty growth, and urc Dorothy Wilson. | subject to the fungus Miss Goldcna Beachnm is ] known as "cowpea wilt." spending „ f cw days with Mrs I Haynes. Mrs. McClanahan, who has been ill for several weeks, is slowly Mrs. Glrthiic Smith is visitiii" ^JTC 1 *... *! r - .?. nd "«• J»». class meets each Sunday I.imc Onk 4-11 Club Forty-five members. including all of the officers, were present at the regular monthly meeting ol the Loue Oak 4-H club. Reports were heard from the following club captains: J. D. Widner. calf club; Nonua Forrest, sewing; Frances McLeod and Olenorn Tirooks. canning; Wilson Forrest and Jim Brooks, pig. Miss Cora Lee Coleman spoke of the 4-H trip to Fayettevitle and announced the prizes to be awarded In the 4-H competition at the county fair to be held at ., Blythcvllic the last week In Sep- I'rayer services arc Held at the j tcmljcl '' church here at 7:45 each Wed- ... ~ ~ ' nesday night. The young people iVHiW)e>' A'j/lg NCWS disease Driver Grove News Alfotti, of Blythevillc. Virginia Wright Is s week with Virginia Ca'mpbcli'. at 8 ^!!' g :±. V y,ffi 1 . t .. ls J i P en < ii »8 <>'e,"'Mrs. Walter Howell is spending Mrs. Beacham Is much"' i,,J ™,, **£ wit " ^M™ proved after several days illness, i' "<'"«"'- K >- visited their brother. George Sheppard lust Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hums and daugh- ler of. SI. Louis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilson July 4. Mrs. Lee Reagan and Mrs. Charles F. Springer' spent Sunday with Mrs. Albert Hoskin.s at Pecan Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gaincs and Richard Hall, of Calumet, visited here Sunday. They arc occupying the house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. John Cross n oc, who now ] i vc In Bly - thcvillc. Mr. and Mis. Russell Springer The Infant son, born Friday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Bud James, died at noon that day. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thompson entertained a number of young people with a dance Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Whittle, of Paul Collins, spent Sunday 'afternoon with Mr. and Mis. Jim Julian, of Armorel. j Mr. and Mrs. Oldhtnn and fam- Gulfspray kills mos- quiloes as dc.iil 115 Napoleon. Moihs, flics, roaches and terms, loo, die instantly when Gulfspruy bits 'ecu. i It's Jure dencFi. They're £///f</--nul r just stunned. Stainless, llarni- • less lu pets. Mild, pleasant odor. [ GnEfspray costs only I 'f9cpiiu at neighbor- i hood and (lci)art- ; menr stores or at any i Good Gulf dealer. 6ULFSPRAY INSKT KILLER Or. Sliills H The 31) Minute Itch • i — •* mr. ami MIS. ttussen springer • J Ony one application necessary, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bighorn ••''Othinjf or bed linens. For Ath-i drove to Covlnglon, Tcnn., Sun- ^m lete s Foot, too. At Good Drug day. , . stores everywhere. HOIIIN'SON r>KUG CO. John Tinner this week. Anderson is sick Good Bakery Foods • will ;t(ld /csl to tired summer ap- lielites and help you solve your moal-plaiining problems. We in- vile you to come in' and choose from our complete line of Oaken, 1'icw, Pastries, Donuts. Rolls, etc. I Ask Ynnr Grocer For DAN-DEE BREAD Purity Bakery 101 W. Slain SI. Announcement 1 have ntnv taken ovrr Hie nf the Main Service Station located rtt the corner of Main £ Fiflh streets, where I will lie glad to serve my friends and patrons with Texaco Products My past experience in the oil hiisiiicss onnlilcs me lo give yon the l««si possihlo service and attention. B. W. Fitzsimmons Main Service Station Phone 711 22?c Stew Ib. lOc s 12Sc MliSIl FISH I'illrl (if lladili.cli WIlitiliK. CHEEK <: IHed. Grade, Ib. 2 - "S. 12^ Fresh Dressed HENS and FRYERS NECK HONES ,,,..7f GROUND BEEF Pr ffl5 <! I J/ C olcdKS K2 0 DC 19c Roast Fnncv Hiit).v Ht't'f Itnll'eil, Lit. :!!)(• Chuck, Pound 15c CALF LIVER Milk Fed Veal 1(0AST, l.h I lie STHW, 1,1. 121/zc 1C PORK SAU$AGE,,17i' SAUSAGE Ml . aked Hams-Cold Roast Beef HONEY DEWS ^ If VINEGAR <; """" ,S.25 C BROOMS S!H " i t,h 19 t; MACARONI ^E If o.iu 1AC mf 1U GRAPE "T^'S If LETTUCE uw S 5 (; SALT T MOTOR OIL 2 R S;« 95° BRAN K '' AK ,2o. c ',L 10' PICKLES M)l '; r ,^ PLUMS S ','±",',,J2' 2C Country C'luli LJII-KI- 2'/ 2 Ciin Lemons ir, ,luicy SiinUisI V UliOs^ Do/. 'Jik 'lild.s, Do/en 19c Juicy (!iilif. 12!c Grapes ison Sccdli'ss Pound 7!c Tomato Juice : 25c Pinto Beans New Stock 10 Lbs. 39c Watermelon Ice Cold Each 49c TWINKLE Ass YI v Scnll I'll per JAO 1 A Hull ID SOAP Life Umiv All iic J!;ir.s IflC ;{ f»i- JU JlissCn i^lC No. 2 Cnn 1/2 APPLE SAUCE (; c£10 (! MUSTARD 5-0/.. Jar t) CRACKERS,.. ^ «15 C RINSO Kg •.:.•.•.•;.;•.• £ CHOCOLATE Fm S, 10 C TOMATOES No - 2 3 C S25 c ' Hi-ealtfiisl -17' Waldorf So Scott Klc- CORN FLAKES ^ 10° OVALTINE s „ s iy . c 35 C PLATES K rng . 9 c: LYE Merry Wa ' rs mr 25° Sodawater 25c 63c Olympic IS-!,)). Sack SI.2li 21-l.h. Sacii Bananas Mcl-O-Uipc Pdtnul 5c Peaches '- 7!c Fresh Eggs 21c Lard Huniko 8-1,1). liiiclict 99c P&GSoap lie Cucumbers ~ 2c Sugar • — 53c Cleanser ^ lOc

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