The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 12, 1949 · Page 7
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1<M9 BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COOTIE* NEW! I-AGE SKVEN Farmers' Union Elects Officers at Convention LITTLE ROCK. Aug. i2_/.i[>}_ Four officers or Llie Arkansas Farmers Union were rp-eleclcd at the oi'prtuiziuion'.s convention hlicre yes- tei thiy. They are: vice president. Chillies Santiago, Donaldson; secretary Mattic Porter, Ijttle Rock, and board members Hugh Montgomery, Benton, and J. C. Jones, Nashville. W. H. Cravens of Paris was elected as a now member of the board. Prcsiiinn J. Albeit Hopkins, I.illlc Hock, was elected a year a^n to a UYo-year lenn. Designed for 2-plow tractors! ' reasons for selecting DEARBORN-WOOD BROS. COMBINE 1—Straight-through balanced design 2—6-ft. cut. Straw-walker type rack 3—Oversize cylinder; quick speed changer 4—Easy adjustments 5 —Finest construction. Priced righf Proved hi a preat variety of crops, In light, and heavy yields, under £00(1 and bail field, crop and weather conditions. - See us for complete information on this great combine. Genuine purls, export service cm Ford Tractors and Dcju'horn Implements. Russell -Phillips Tractor Co. AM.KN HAHDIN, S. Division SI. I'hone 2171 Livestock Show Main Attraction At District Fair Last year 120 animals were entered in the Livestock Division ol the Northeast Arkansas Disliicl Fair, and stalls in the livestock exniuii held some or the prize livestock products of Mississippi County. All were not winners, but the* winners In each separate division of the judging had a lot of "Judge convincing" to do, before Ihe blue ribbons were handed over, along with prlae money. It Is expected that as many animals will compete again for the champion titles In dairy and beet divisions. The formation of a Livestock Improvement Association In county during (he past year make reflect improvement in _.. imals entered. Stanley Fradenblli'g of Lost Cane, out from Manila, is president of the livestock association, and Is charge of the livestock division of the fab. •Many view Slock F.xhibili Last year the attendance for the fair more than doubled over the previous day on the day the livestock was judged. During that day 5,256 crowded through the gates to witness one of the chief event; uf the fair. This year the winning livestock inimais will take tlieir place in ihe "Paraae of Winners," which is i added leulure for the fair. A total ol 13,900 will be given in prizes, with an additional 20 per cent added to the premiums ol the "Angus day" winners t;y the American Aberden Angus Breeder!) Association. This -should mean an added $330 in prize money for inners in the Angus I-MviMon. Adding still more to the prize totals will be the dairy Judging and livestock judging contests for the young farmers of the Comity. In each of these two divisions of [hi; live-stock show ID prizes, totaling 5100, will be granted. Along willi the cash awards the winner will be eligible to enter the Arkansas State Livestock Show and possibly the National 4-H Club Congress at Chicago. Cotton Irrigation To be Explained Demonstration Will Highlight Study Day At Marianna Aug. 25 MARIANNA. Ark, Aug. 12. M1- A demonstration In rotton hriga- «on will highlight the program for the annual Study Day at thr> Cotton Branch Experiment Station here on August 25. John I-,. Danicroti, assistant rtir- ector In chni'Ke, announced the complete program today, which Includes discussion* of cotton research, corn variety testing, cotton defoliation, and use of herbicide oils, There will also be a special SOYBEANS ARE ONE OF MANY Five Young Missco Form Leaders To Attend Conference in Fayetteville Five young farm leaders from most of Ihe discussions North Miississippi county will attend the Balanced Farming and Conservtion conference at Kayel- leville, Auguf 22-24. Those to attend include: K. E. Chandler, assistant county agent; Johnson Blacks-ell. Armorel; Johnnie Duclos of promised Land, James Rogers ol Clear Lake and Eugene Oalyean of Leachvllle. The conference program deals with the future of Arkansas, and , will be conducted on the campus of University of Arkansas, and , opened by a welcome by the ' Hie will president. Lewis Webster Jones' Agricultural advancement through chemicals, machines, electricity and I irrigation will be included on the 1 !irst day's program and on the second day. fert" ! "tion, pastures, rotations and livestock opportunities will be diseased. Other discussions will include crop and U.A. Sets Date For Livestock Study Program BATESVILLE. Ark.. Aug. 12.—In rcrognltion ot the importance of ihe livestock industry innorthern Arkansas, a special livestock and forage study day will be held on Friday, Aug. IB. at the University o; Arkansas' Livestock and Forestry Branch Experiment Station near poultry demonslrallon and an elec-i trical equipment exhibit. Joe C, Ilnrdin, of Oradv. slate Farm Bureau president, will make \ the prlnclpa'l address at the aflc-r- i noon session. Also on the speaking program Is Dr R. p. Balholomeiv i associate -iiredor of the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station I who will discuss "New Develop- | ments In • Agricultural Research." j The Irrigation demonslrntion will be in charge of J. -. Ferguson, i newly-appointed member of the UK- i rlcnltural engineering staff or the j College of Agriculture. Other College staff members who will pre- | sent latest research results Include- Dr. D A. Hinkle. acting head of ' the Agronomy Department: W. R. Perkins, extension agronomist: and C. A. Moosbcrg and Dr. R. o. Thomas, of the Bureau of Plant Industry. W. S. Pollard. Extension ponltry- man, will conduct the poultry demonstration, and W. j. R. Browder. Extension agricultural engineer will supervise the electrical display. The tour of (he station will begin at »:.10 a.m.. lunch will be sold on ! the station grounds at noon, and the speaking program will get im- ! der way at 1:10 p.m. I Several thousand fnrni people from all parls of Arkansas' cotton ' belt are expected to attend. here. Oliarks E. Mabi-y. assistant director in charge of the station, said in tn?kinp, Hie announcement that it. is the first such affair lo be tield "and phases of livestock production will be considered." he pointed out. everyone interested is invited to attend _ the research work going on." ; opportunities, farm housing, the use or hmnan resources. Entertainment features will include a tour of the University experiment, station, a banquet, and informal discussions. The sponsors of the conferences ^ are the University of Arkansas;, | the Arkansas Power and U«hl j the station, with stops at Company, C. E. Palmer of T*x- ] points of interest. At the first stop arkana. a newspaper publisher: and R. A. Kern, through the Mississippi Valley Association. Speakers will include C. F. Bryns, editor of the Southwest American In Fort Smith, Dr. H. B. James .of the University of North Caro! lina and Dr. R. J. Doll, of the Summer Spraying Recommended for Euonymus Scale Summer oil emulsions for spraying euonymus scale are available in i Blylheville. Eddie E. Chandler, assistant (ounty agent for North Mississippi County, said today. , the IndiKirv* He advisetl tnose wil '' infestation ,nd £a " ato .t '° S< " k U>e a " CCte " I)bnl wlt " llin mo leain about em ,,,, inn ,„ ordn . U]at U|e Mft bodied insects would be killed. He The'morning program, beginning ""I 11 ?". " 15 ? c )f wol " (l br ki " ej - H(; it 10 o'clock, will include a tour of i f 0 '" 10 ,' 1 °',' 1 thal II1Dst s » rn * s w(mltl ,he station, with stops at four I ",' ,, Ica1ves °'f ."" l"" nls ; b '" ,_L-.I_ _ r ;._. i .1 ,. ,. . . , I llaC [IIP Oil GllUllSlon m trnfirl nf f . . . , ' Kansas Stale College. Faculty members or the University of Arkansas 1 College of Agriculture will lead W. J Wiser, assistKnt agronomist wilh Ihe College of Agriculture, wili report on "Varieties of .sorghum and Other Foreage Crops." Dr. Warren Gifford. head of the Col- the oil emulsion burned .... [only a minimum number of leaves. I Since the infestation Is chiefly on evergreen .shrubs it Jj. import A til Mini as few leaves be burned n.s possible. department,, cr(iy and ^e^^^^or^n inch You Can't Beat the Harvest-Time Security a JOHN DEERE No. 12-A Offers You? . *v a ,n *.jc^i e, * 5*,i> e, Th* man who moves inlo the Held with a John Deere No. 12-A Combine is assured of an easier Urv«l . . « more pto hUbU h*r*«t in all combmeabU crop* Thii ouWandioq p«r!orMi*oc« » due. 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Head, extension dairy speciaUsl. \viH outline the fundamentals of "Clean Milk Production." "The Livestock Industry It] Northern Arknnsas. and (lie Role of Ihe Livestock and Forestry Branch Ex- perimtfnl Station in Us Development/ 1 will be up for consideration in the afternoon. All tho.sn attending are invited to take part in the group discussion, which will be led by Dr Gitford. The afternoon .se.5- sion will bczin al 1 o'clock with n welcome bv Mr. Mabry. one or two plants could use a.s small amounts p.:-i four tea spoons of oil, one teaspoon of nicotine sulphate anrf one gallon of water. Dee Ed-mus plants are able to stand spraying without liarm to loaves, but care lo keep the leaves from being harmed by spray is important, for evergreens. lion of the village of F'orrcsUlalc, A mock" German village creeled in the Camp Edwards artillery area for [faining purposes during the war was reported to be In the path of the flame. 1 :. Firemen early today had control- Forest Fire Fanned To Life by Breezes • BOSTON, AUK. 12 OP» -A fore.=il fire which blackenrd 2.000 HCITS of the Camp Edwards military reservation Wednesday broke out anew yesterday. Reports from the fire ?,one on Cape Cod said a north wind was Tanning the flames In the direc- led tli'e most serious of the in linder-dry forests. fires JUST RECEIVED A CARLOAD OF ATLAGIDE • Orders Filled Promptly • E. C, Robinson Lbr, Co. Phone 351 CHSCKERBOAIH) CHUCKLES • from YWP^Tl^r^ NtW! rURW* HICfl BIER6T UTW« CHOWS Plus Purmo extras that make lhos« new laying ralions Ih* best in Put- ino hi*tory. Put your laying flocks on Purina Ihis year. Come in and »«« Layena or Lay Chow. They're different! They're betterl Telephone im L. K. Ashcraft Co. Railroad * Cherry MASSEf-HA8«IS 6-FT. r.r.O. CL1PPf« MH..V ll.,rl, b.ilj, fontU., In • lilt »nd lyp« lo tult »vny l«m: Ik. 6- M 4 7-H. P.I.O. Clip»«i ... Hi. I.K. 5,ll.p,». C.II.J Cli««« ...... 10 II. 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