The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 17, 1966 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 17, 1966
Page 7
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Blythevflli (Ark,) Ceurltr New - FrWiy, June 17, MM- Put fcvm Farm News REV |EW and FORECAST Maloch Says By D. V. Maloch County Agent A weed control study day at the Delta Substation of the University of Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station at Clarkedale was held Thursday. Those attending saw the research on chemical weed and grass control in cotton and soybeans with some special emphasis on John- songrass control. At this study day one could see the comparative value of the different chemicals as the plots are small and observations easily made. Heavy damage to cotton and soybeans occurred in several communities June 8. The hail clouds hit the county in the area between Tyronza and Lepanto and caused heavy damage in the Bondsville area. The hail continued northeastward through Burdette with damage over a wide area ranging from very light to moderately heavy. Some of the people hardest hit in the Bondsville—Hatcher area were: D. V. Cravens, Wilbur Wildy, W. E. Southern, Mr. Couch, Frank Bell, Bryan and Arthur Bonds and renters on their farms. The J. P. Holiman farm is just across little river from Bonds farms but I have not had a direct report from them relative to their damage. According to one report Bill Taylor had moderately heavy damage on one farm and it is assumed that other farms were hard hit, too. Mr. Southern had to plant soybeans on a few acres of cotton due to the hail cutting the tops out of his cotton. The area north of Osceola that was hit extremely heavy in 19C5 was damaged less heavily in most cases again In 1966. The Mississippi County Farm Bureau leaders will again sign up the necessary forms to get the free cotton classing and marketing news service. For a number of years now Tom H. Callis has served as president, Charles Moore and H. A. Segraves have served as group representatives. This method of application takes the place of the individual applications a few years ago. The cotton classing and marketing news service is valuable putting the cotton in the loan to the growers in marketing, in and in general knowledge of the grade and staple length of the cotton that is grown. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. • Nolan Wade (Colored) Plaintiff, vs. No. 16824 Frances Shotwell Wade (Col.) Defendant. The defendant, Frances Shotwell Wade, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Nolan Wade. Dated this 15th day of June, 1966 at. 10:00 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. Ralph E. Wilson, Attorney William V. Alexander, Jr. Atty Ad Litem 6-17, 24, 7-1, 8 The westernmost nation «f continental Europe. Portugal found her destiny in the sea. Five centuries ago, caravels bearing Portugal's Cross of Christ coursed the oceans, exploring and opening two-thirds of the then - unknown world. Now, from Brazil to Portuguese Timor, 100 million people speak the tongue of Europe's oldest intact nation. EN ROUTE TO5 BLYTHEVILLE On board Power Train '66 ... all that's new in Tha Long Green Line for '66. New tractors, new self- propelled machines, new implements, new farming ease and economy, new developments to boost the productivity of your farm. Stop in soon ... reserve a date to field-test the new John Deere equipment from Power Train '66, Ask about the new financing routes that make early trading both practical and profitable for you. Go with the Long Green Line. MISSCO IMPLEMENT COMPANY Highway 61 S. Phone 3-4434 NOW SERVING EVENING MEALS 5 - 7:30 p.m. Westbrook's Cafeteria PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Open Mon. - Sat. 7 AM-7-.SO PM (Sun. 1 AM-2-.00 PM) GENERAL • TOOL AND DIE WORK • HEAT TREATING • ENGINEERING And DESIGNING BARKSDALE 325 South Broadway Manufacturing and Machine Work* PO 2-2911 PICK A PERMANENT LOCATION AS UNIT WILL BE HEAVY WHEN FULL PATIO OR PORCH PLANTER USE V REDWOOD THROUGHOUT. 2x4i IN AIL CASE6 EXCEPT 2" 6 TOP A8SEM81E WITH GALVANIZED OR ALUMINUM NAILS FILL BOTTOM SECTION WITH STONE REINFORCE TOP WITH 2 ANGLE IRONS ON EACH SIDE FINISH WITH REGULAR REDWOOD STAIN Conservation Going Well Nelse Robertson Soil Conservation Service No only have the cooperators of the Mississippi County Soil and Water Conservation District been busy with their planting operations but some have managed to complete conservation projects. In order to stop erosion at MCPA to Meet June 24 Seventeenth annual meeting of I sentative? of the University of the Missouri Cotton Producers! Missouri and all farm organize- Association has been scheduled|(ions, and state and federal farm agencies operating in Missouri. for Poplar Bluff, the afternoon and evening of Friday, June 24. The Honorable George McGovern, U. S. Senator from South Dakota, will head the list of guest speakers for the affair which annually attracts top government officials from Washington, and farm organization representatives and political leaders from throughout Missouri and all parts of the nation. The first general or open session will be held at the Holiday Inn and called to order promptly at 2:00 p.m. (DST). Senator McGovern, a key member of the Senate Committee on Agriculture and Food for Edwin A. Jaenfce, Associate j sentaUonof Administrator, Commodity Sta- Southeast Missourian for outstanding contributions to agriculture and the economy of the area, awards to winners in the Sew-With-Cotton contest, pre- and climaxed with an address by the guest of honor. All MCPA members and friends of agriculture are tar vited to attend any or all ses- the meeting. bilizatlon Service, will appear on the afternoon program to give the views of the USDA on the cotton program. Other features of the afternoon session include a policy statement by the retiring MCPA president, George Shelby, Jr., adoption of program resolutions by Kie membership, and other matters relating to the future of the cotton industry. A reception for visitors and guests will be held at the Westwood Hills Country Club be- drainage outlets and prevent gullies from cutting back into the field, Mr. John Stevens completed installation of three pipe drops las tweek. Mr. John Creecy and Vandivort Properties completed one mile of ditches that required the removal of 4,000 cubic yards of spoil. This spoil has been spread over the adjacent fields to facilitate surface drainage. These ditches will drain 152 acres of cropland. Land shaping operations completed recently were on Mr. Lyman Henson - 40 acres; Mrs. W. T. Metzger, Jr. acres and Jerry Scrape - 70 acres. New conservation plans have been developed on a number of farms, A conservation plan establishes a practical plan of Cottonwood Raceway Int. 55 & Hiway 140 OSCEOLA, ARK. Racing this Friday & Each Friday Night Time Trials — 6:30 p.m. Races — 8:15 p.m. All New Track Steel Bleachers Class "C" Stockers and Class "A" Super Modified from a 5-State Area. THE FASTEST QUARTER-MILS GUMBO TRACK IN THE SOUTH Mrii H Mil Air much more. Still fiuirmtwd it thlt unbellmblt low priM. BIG* I DISCOUNT t.l STORES Main & Franklin — Bly. & Air Base Highway ton situation of the nation and knows about the farm situation in this area. He is also a member of the Committee, on Interior and Insular Affairs. President Kennedy appointed him to serve as his special assistant in January 1961. McGovern made the U. S. offer which led to the first World Food Program making Freedom from Hunger an international objective. sound conservation of soil andj U. S. Senator Stuart Syming- water. It combines the exper-|ton; U. S. Senator Edward V. ience, knowledge and desires of the farmer with the technical skill and knowledge of the Soil Conservation Service technical. Those conservation plans completed recently are: W. R. Middleton, John West, George Oil-} lahunty and Armorel Planting Company. These plans effect 1721 acres of land. For additional information on Peace Advisory Committee, is ; tween the afternoon and eve- closly connected with the cot- • ning sessions. Long, Representative Paul .C. Jones; Honorable Haskell Hol- n-ian, State Auditor, have accepted invitations to attend and participate in the meeting. There will also be top repre- The tiny British protectorate of Basutoland plans to take on the king-size task of independence this year. The small en- conservation planning, contact j clave in eastern South Africa your local Soil ~ ..-..•--Service otiice. Conservation j will be known as the Kingdom tot Lesotho. SOYBEAN And WHEAT GROWERS HALE No. 3 for mixed and HALE No. 7 for blackland grow taller and yield more than other adapted soybean varieties when planted in June and July. We have a limited supply of 85 percent germination seed of these varieties. Price—$4.00 per bushel. HALE SEED FARMS Burdette, Ark. PO 3-4702 Yitld-booiling Spencer "Mr. N" Ammonium Nitrate (right) is a full 83.5%' nitrogen. Side-Dress Cotton Now For Extra Profits Here's Why It Will Pay You To Apply Spencer "Mr. N" Ammonium Nitratm Your cotton plants need plenty of nitrogen to produce healthy stalks capable of maturing bolls clear up to the top. That's why early side-dressing of Spencer "Mr. N" Ammonium Nitrate can add 2 or 3 dollars worth of extra yield for every dollar you invest. See us for your nitrogen needs this week. Don'f jutf fertilize... Spencerfcei ORDER YOUR SPENCER "MR. N" AMMONIUM NITRATE RIGHT AWAY FROM Gulf Oil Corporation Chemicals Department Agricultural Chemical* Division 1102 Henderson St. Blytheville, Ark. Phone PO 8-4471 The evening or banquet session which will be held at the new high school gymnasium at 7:00 p.m. (DST) will feature a service award to an un-named In the Chancery Court, Clrick- asawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas Dewey E. Davis, Plaintiff vs. No. 16815 Rosa Lee Davis Defendant The defendant, Rosa Lee Davis is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Dewey E. Davis. Dated this 9th day of June, 1966 at 10:30 ? : clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clark By Betty "tats, D.C. Percy A. Wright, Attorney Ed B. Cook, Atty Ad Litem 6-10, 17, 24 7-1 SOYBEAN SEED FOR SALE HILL — LEE CERTIFIED — NON-CERTIFIED HIGH GERMINATION — HIGH QUALITY VALLEY FIELD GIN Yarbro, Ark. Phone Code 501 PO 3-6645 BRING THE KIDS! MINIATURE TRAIN RUNS EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON WALKER PARK, BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. AIRPLANE SPRAYING On SMALL GRAIN JOHN BRIGHT Phone JO 4-2475 Mr. Sudden Service Says: "GOOD SOYBEAN SEED, WE GOT THEM" per bu. N/Cert. LEE ... N/Cert. ODGEN 80% germ. Cert. HILL .. N/Cert. HILL .. Cert. HOOD . 80% germ. $4» lU 80% ferm.v3««WI per bu. 72% germ. $3.85,: N/Cert. HOOD . 80% germ. $3.85 per bu. Soybean INOCULATION 5 bu. .. size $.70 Soybean 40 bu. Seed ProlecUnt .. size $11.00 "It's Still Time To Fertilize Your Cotton And We Have Independent Custom Applicators Ready To Work For You/ 7 FASCO Chem-plex Liquid Fertilizer We make it in the analysis to meet your needs. Some examples of analysis and prices: Cost Per Acre Plant Food Per Acre N P K 50-25-50 $11.25 50-50-50 $14.00 50-25-25 .$9.75 50-0-25 ,.$7.27 50-0-50 ;.:;..- $9.25 . Arcadian Nitrana U Nitrogen Solution 40-0-0 $3.40 50-0-0 $4.25 «MM) .... $5.10 Cost Per Acre Applied Including Sales Tax $13.08 $15.92 $11.54 $8.99 $11.03 $5.00 $5.88 $6.75 We Have a Full Lint of Farm Chemical* and Spray Parts. FARMERS SOYBEAN CORPORATION "THt HOMt OF SUDDIN StRVICS" Ph. PO 3-8191 Sly»h«rill« N. Broadway & Hutiow

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