The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 9, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 9, 1947
Page 7
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FRIDAY,'Hay 9, 19-17 BI.YTIIEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS PA<M Interest of Farm Families of This Agricultural Section. Published Every Friday In the FARM NEWS-FEA1URES Suggestoris For Better Featured For This Section'! Progressive Farmer* ine is Near Contests Applications Must Be Filed This Month With Extension Agents Willi ! C .ss limn 30 days left lo file entry in the Arkansas Balanced FiirmjtiB :uxl live al home competition, fumiprs of Mississippi County who cU'sit'c to outer the cou- i<.'sts were advised today by Kei'.li BUbroy, county ngcnt, lo Ret their "|:p'ic;iticns on file at the fxtcn- sicn Service office. Mississippi County, which is gpn- <'!'ally the No. 1 coHnly in the •siirto in farm contests, is lagging far aown the list. .Mr. Bilbrey dis- iMosed. Fanners in this vicinity v- ho desire information about en- iry into the contcsl. are ashed • I" contact Hie extension Service of- lii'f in niytheville. he said. : 'The Balanced Farming and live nt < home contests have received the ; U:ickj!i^ of the various County Farm Bureaus over the slate, ami i in sonic counties Hie Farm Bur< ran is sponsoring the contests, Mr. i Biibrcy stated. i The contests arc being initiated ll in Arkansas this year by the Ar- Y. kansas Press Association. Arkansas t'. Pov.'er and Li^Iit, Company and the Agricultural Extension Service of the University of Arkansas. It is under the dual sponsorship I of 'It Courier News and Ark-Mo Powcrajeoinpnny in North Mississippi Winly. County, state and sweepstakes . awards will be given at the conclusion of competition of the year i in cucli of the following divisions: iriuiiits and sharecroppers, !and- I owners, home improvement, planta- 1 tion owners and live at home I Prizes totaling S5CO in cash will be awartied winners in North Mississippi County. All fanners in Arkansas are eligible to compete however, a coun- Poultry Contests Hold Interest of 4-H Clubs Forty-three state winners in the 194G National 4-H Poultry Achievement activity raised n tolnl of 00,- G80 fowl during their club work, which ranged from three to ten years, the National Committee on Boys and Oirls Club Work lias announced. The winners comprised 30 boys si ml in girls. The average nge of the group in 1940 was n years. They won $2,118.00 in cash prizes on their poultry exhibits, which brought the e.'»lmate<l value of all their 4-H projects to $211,700.00. Incomes from their poultry projects alone ranged from $441.00 to $20,700.00. Last year's state "winner in Arkansas was Geraldinc Warren of MaHanna During eight years in 4-11 Club work, she raised 1.040 fowl. Merit awards are again offered this year for superior records in 4-H poultry nnd cgjj production by Swift As Co. The activity is conducted under the direction of the Federal and State Extension Services oil county, state and national levels. Awards include sterling silver medals for five winners in each ciunlifying county, an educational trip to the annual 4-H Club Congress in Chicago for the state winner, and $25.00 U. S. Savings Bonds for four co-winners. Ten slate winners chosen for national honors each receives a $200.00 college scholarship. Milkmaid Queen 64 in Senior High Class at Caruthersville CAIUrniKUfJVIU.N. M'>.. Mliy 0. —Baccalaureate exercise:; for the inn urailintint; class will !>•> lu'ld here Hmulny. May II. at cliilit clock at id,, hliih school, with tlie minister, dcllm-lnx ' <1«; Mormon. CJonimcnccmciii exerclsc.s v.'Ill be h'cld nrsi Thursday evening lit the lilgh M'liniil. with (hi] pr<»M-am consist lui! mainly (( f Seniors giving .short Ial 1 .::: on (he Ihcini'. ••Assif.n- m?:iL.s fur Tomorrow." Class oflU-i-is nvo: Carolyn Mo- Pall, incident; noli Morgan, secretary; and Uuljcrtb. Thi 1 (lass comprises fi\ .students. ill buys and 3S i; |ils, U | U 1 (| u , | umov students ntx> Sue Coki'i, Mnriviirol CiiiiMlnuhnm, I.)t>luivs lUimlhiiusim, l.lllinn .lenkln.s, Hub Moinan. Miu 1 Ilia Powrii. John Tiirnbow anil Murtha '/M-nm. Methodist Bishops Accuse Catholics of Restricting . Religious Freedom Abroad HIVERSIDE. oil, May 0 (UP)-The Methodist Nndonal Council of Bishops accused I he Catholic Church yesterday of denying roll- Klous freedom to I'rolcstants in "Cuthollc-coutrolled land." The bishops, In u re|K>rt adopted at their niinimi mct'llny, refened speclficiilly lo ArKenllna, where they said "law now rciiulres I he leaching of the Itouinn CuthnU.. 1 leliKlon even in tlie schools of Pro- tcstnnt Churches,'' '"The situation in Italy nnd Spain denies to Protestants the religions freedom which Protestants In 1(10 United States desire Roman Catholics to enjoy," the bishops said. The rojKirl nskcd removal of Iliu President's persoimi representative to the'Vatican and opposed nllojjMl Catholic overtures for public 3>i|i- 1)01*1 of church education. Highway Board Meets I.ITTM5 HOCK. May 1). lUI'> — The Arkansas Highway CumnilssH'i) met here today for the llrsl time this month, Up for consideration, according to Director J. C. linker, ore 10 roivl mid brldijp projects wl(h coutriicts totullni; more Ihnn $l,!iOO.OUO. Rumania is the only OUR of the Bnlkan countries that is partly hounded by Russia. Crowiu'd Milkmaid Queen nl llu- Sidwha. K -.•.:., Ilo'.sU and Wliili' show was Hiilh Uenncu of Farivic 11 . 1 , Kansas. llie titk- by milking six pounds and M omurs jr. iwu nnn Is shown wilh Miss liovinc Anu-rica of 1M7. crowned (!;•.• I most U-iuilifii) cow.—(NEA Telcpholoi \ Slic HIPS. Black won She Mjxn still docs not know, definitely what causes tlie moon's craters. ty must have at least five entrants in one or more of the divisions in order to qualify for the contest. Living at home, soil conservation, diversification, and home improvements are points on which judges will select winners in the contests. "YES DEAR, YOUR FATHER HAS TRIPPED OVER THE ' EXT ENS I ON CORD IN THE UPSTAIRS HALL AGAIN/" Don't overload your wiring system. When you build or modernize orovlde ADfQUATl WISING. ARK-MO POWER CO. Loose Clashes Just Don't 'Fit In' with MOVING PARTS • How aro your cvr |: jnd shirt <jcing lo go! , uj iwilh Ihc traclor .ind imple- :^enls you uso? Torn or llooso clolhea calch eisily j 1 n shahs/ sprockets, chains — anything that moves. 3. 4. ^~J DELTA IMPLlMENlTTnc. This advertisement, pre- laied in cooperalion vrith I he National S,i!cly Council, s sponsored by 1. Keep all shields In place, 2. Sfop machine to adjust and oil. Whon mechanism becomes clogged, disconnect power before cleaning. Keep hands, feel and clolQincj away horn power-driven parts. 5. Keep off implement unlesa seat or platform is provided. Keep 312 South 2nd Phone 863 Britain's Battle for Food Begins o maue up lor over six weeks lo:;t in Brilui •roocl,'ciuc to tliiraslrons winter v. r:ilher nnd fi Caruihersyille Guardsmen \ " U ' IIIW Obtain First Pay Checks Two sounds can produce n sl- I li'iice. if they me of etiuiil limit- i noss. The plienoiiienon Is by no uncommon. CAHUTIIKHSVILLE. Mo, May f. — Company -n" of the Missouri National Guard, will rra-ivu lis litft |)ny chei-k Munday niMht, i: was un- iiomRTd lien- today by C.ipl. K. 15. Iloiic. This clierk is th» first (linirler. which ended the last week in February, and tlir: tulnl amount of the payroll is sliuhtly over SSDU, Caplain llo|)e siiid. The ri>jii]>niiy has hcevi incrcuscd lo -ID [.nllstcd ini-n and thici- ulll- cers. and Captain llupe Mild lhal a shipment of clothing ,m;l bi-ci; received, and that more Is on I he way. Some eiiiiipinmt hap als.i been si-nl to the loenl (•oinpauy. Captain Hnpi? stateil. | Alaska is Inrgcr than the three laryesl stiites combined: Cnllfor- nln, 'I'exns. and Moiilanu. Porto Rican Sweet Potato Plants $4.50 Per Thousand D. T. INGRUM Holland, Mo. Wh«, yoifbuy fir* Insurance, II It up 14 your agetit U> |>r«-! led jrou. He Mtoeto tlie loth^any Jiul you expert klm to nettle all cUitrtt.' Clinone a repuuiile, •gcnl nhd he talc. ( NOBLE I * '} OLtMCO GILL! rrnlrillln Goes to Work EO3TON I UP I — At Mnssaclms- clts General Itospiliil here. 11 nurses work on n full-lime basis in the administration of penicillin. Illltl Jlboill SH5.0DO worth of Hie "mire.rle ilniR" is used unnunlly at the institution. Seven More Vets Termed Eligible for Amputee Cars LITTLE ROCK, Ark, Mny fl.(UP) -Seven additional world War 11 veterans in Arknnsns were certified as eligible to obtain "amputee 1 nu- tomoblles during April, uccoriluiu to James A. Winn. rculotuil manager of the Veterans Administration. These boys have suffered the loss or use of one or both legs. Up lo April :)0. some 2M automobile applications luul been received by the Arkansas ofliee — with 195 of thnt number receiving npprovnl and 151 cars actually delivered. ^^~ —' _ * McMath to Address State Historical Association FAYETTEVILLE. Ark., May 0. 'UPi—Sidney S. McMatli. Garland County prosecutor, will be one of the principal speakers at the meeting of the Arkansns Flistoricnl Association on the University of Aik- ansas campus May 10 and 17. Other speakers previously announced include Abe Collins. DC Queen attorney; John Gould Fletcher. Pulitzer Prize - wtnnin<? poet of Little Rock; Dr. William li He-s- seltine, former member of the Uni- versity faculty; and Prof. Clarence Evans, also :i former faculty mom- her. I Jr. n. D. McBrien, president of Henderson State Teachers Colics' 1 at Arkadetphia, is president cit ;hc Historical Association. IG.OOIHh Lrglnn rosl [ INDIANAPOLIS. I ml. (UP)— Tile i Ifi.COjih Atr.eriran f>e!;ion Post has been chartered at Creedmoor, N. ' C. The all-World Win- II post h;\f : been named nftcr marhinc gunner i Moses C:ish of the 33th division. who was killed during the Nor- mandv invasion. ' r\ vastly superior new kind of rubber, and more cords in a new type of body construction, make these new tires tlie safest, longest wearing in Hood's history. 25% longer Wear 35% Stronger Construction Wider, flatter tread — chis means more rubber on the roatl to shnrc the load ... longer, more even \vcar ... less scurtirlK . . . maximum traction. New, HI-Dentlty Cord of greater \ tensile strength and 22% more cords — this means greater resistance to road shocks and bruises, Riving you extra protection against blow-outs. INTERNATIONAL Trucks rrflcticul, hnv-cint, nil- slccl bnildinils. F.a«y In ;-"53 erecl; will not Hid, warp or rot. Pcnnniicnt, fire- sale construction. Cnll InJay inr fall delnil ,.x2 Ulltlir BUILDING :,3 IAIN - C»«CI . OFFlCf SUMMIII CAMP . JTOMtl lOOtJNOr.MANUFtCIUtlNC HOWE ALLEN Petroleum Co, Highway 18 IOW-COST, ALi-sieiL^- tulLDINSS Tli a H a 1< cr fm piemen I Compiuiy, Konnctt, Missouri, is now creeling the famous Quonsel ;i)l-s1ecl Iniiklinjr for Hie Hnyes Implement, Company fit, the oast end of Walnut Strcot in Blyllicville. Call or wi-ite the linker Implement Cympany, Ken- jii-lt, Jlisso'iri, for infor- iflatinn regard inn Quoiiseta BAKER IMPLEMENT COMPANY Kcnnett, Missouri Hinnlicliiitn by trail Igin FOR SALE! 40 ACRES—H1WAY 61 l'/j miles .-orlh (if Blythf- ville on liway (51 just north of Krtilz' ditch. 5- fooni hotiKC for livitiK (ItiiU'ters & '1-rooni tenant & barn. (iO pncan trees set out last, full. Anyone ilesinuyr, one of the nicest plnccs available today for n honiesite, see this little farm now. Terms can be arranged. Lots and acreage available on North 61 with city water. We have numerous houses of all types for sale throughout this i'Hy. HOW WOULD YOU l.IKK TO HUY A HOMIO FOR $0.00 IMOR MONTH? See or Call H. E. "BUD" FISHER Real Estate & Loans 101 K. Kentucky Plume 23:10 Nof/ce To Public \Ve linvo moved from om- old locuii-m at li!) East i\Inin Strci-l lo comer of Itnilrond an' 1 . Ash Slreets. \Vu will t-iin-y a eoniplclc Unu of g-ond clcnn uaed'cars. , Our t'lii-K nro nil tftinrnnlccd for n iici'iji'.l of tlO (Jays. WK ALSO MANOMO NKW OAKS! Wliy wait for Mini now ntr? We ciin pol delivery on niiyjuiike in just 12 hours. Just n Hhiall down jiay- inunt nnd wo will do Uin rwtl to put you on, the roatf. in sl.vlo. ! 'KI{ 2-MINIITR S1WVICK ON FlNANCIN(5 WK Any cur on oiir lot. can bo financed :n just 2 minutes. No red (H|«> . . . drive by totlny, we are fast becuminir the licsl. placu to trade. We al«o ptty top priL'e.H.'for nny nnike car. BURNETT'S AUTO SALES Railroad & Ash Streets Phone 20\l"i We're sorry we can't handle Mother's Day greetings hy Long Distance This Sniiilny hcrnusc of llie lelcplione strike, we ask tltal you do nol sctn\ Molhcr's Day gru<:ling8 by long (lisliuicc. forces at the SKilrhhoanls will cohtiiiue lo «1<> their hcsl to handle emergency loilg distance enlls as long us the strike, continues. Your lieJ|> nnd understanding during this period are greatly appreciated. SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY ..u, •^: if.

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