The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1951 · Page 9
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1951 BLYTHEVTLLR (ARK.) COURIER NEWJ! PAGE mra FARM HEWS Farmers Urged To Be Alert for Cholera Upsurge Fall Ont of Danger Season for Disease, Animal Expert Says LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept. 21.— Farmers were warned here today to be on the alert this month for the usua! fall upsurge in outbreaks of hog cholera. "Pall is one of the greatest hog cholera danger seasons, second only to the peak outbreak season in May and June." the American Foundation for Animal Health reports. To guard against fall cholera lo&ses the Foundation suggested that farmers take the following precautions In September and Octo-** her: 1) Hav« all pigs vaccinated before the outbreak occurs, ax there is no euro for cholera one* It starts In > herd. a> Keep neighbor!, farm sales- m»n, trucks and wagons out of hot lot*. It lakes only a drop of llv« virus to spread hog cholera to an entire herd. 3) Have all pigs checked over by th« veterinarian to determine whether they ar« In proper condition, Jgtore vaccination. Pigs which are w&wested with intestinal parasites, or recovering from flu, or suffering from enteritis or other diseases should b« put in proper condition befor* given cholera Immunization. «) If hogs do weaken and show ligns of fever, poor appetite, or wobbly gait, auspect cholera and lake preventive steps immediately to try to protect the reft, of the herd. Neighbors -should also te warned if an outbreak stavtx. so they can protect their own iiogs. "With hogs worth real money thli fall, it's an especially risky gamble for the farmer to take chancei on hog cholera ' this sea- ion," Foundation authorities said. H.D. CLUB MEMOS * Mra. O«rtn<le B. HoHatt* (ROOM D«aftMift»tl«B Afeat) pctob*r_Plenty Two foods due in very heavy «up- ply on. October markets are fresh pies and young chickens—broilers (id fryer*. This Is the third consecutive year when production of apples Is above average. So food markets generally should hart ample apples both tot •ating and cooking. For homemak- •rs who like to buy their sauce and pie-making ready prepared, grocery shelve* will have plenty of canned applM and canned applesauce be- eauM of the hear? oarryover of these product*. Ne«t mon th'i market will alao carry a large supply of table grapes. Tha canned and froien juices of oitrui fruit* are expect? d to be food buys next month because of large stocks from last season's pack and the prospect of a good oltrus harvest thl* winter. Among the vegetables, October market* will have an abundance of potatoe*. cabbages and onions A variety of plentiful protein food* ar« expected next month. Betide* broilers and fryer*, there will tw turkey*, dry beans, cheese, buttermilk, cottage oh MM, dry skim cMlk an* fish. ^far aweetenlng In October meals, Ttmember honey—another plentiful, "PlU*" «r Too* People have speculated M fco the t-ixni when* "pilta" 'of concentrated synthetic nourishment may be •Utut«d for three square meaU a day. But nutritionists take a dim view of this possibility — for many reason*. The beat Insurance for adequate nutrition U a diet that includes variety of nourishing foods. Experi- menta have shown that animals do not thrive so well on carefully prt-' pared synthetic rations of pure nutrients as on foods that provide these nutrients. Obviously, foods have unknown values lacking in the synthetic ration*. Some .forty nutrients are known, but others of importance may be discovered in the future. Vitamin fl-12 as a nutrient was discovered only recently but already is proving beneficial in treating pernicious anemia in human beings and stepping up growth in baby pigs, chickens and other young animals. Scientists have known for years that some substance in liver was effective In pernicious anemia, but only lately have they identified the new B vitamin In which Hver is rich. Each discovery of a nutrient emphasizes the Importance of eating a variety of foods to be sure of both known and unknown nutrients. Other reason why substitutes for food are unlikely? Shakespeare gave one answer when he wrote: "Now good digestion wait-on appetite." "What "pill" could have the appetite appeal or give the eating enjoyment of a good meal? Then, too, 1 the body's digestive mechanism U geared to the natural bulk of food. Print from Bag* The sturdy, soft cotton fabric of many flour and feed bags has been used lor years by economical rural homemakers for making everything from aprons and children's clothing lo bedspreads, draperies and tea towels. The first step in making this material usable is to remove the black lettering that labeled the bag. Homemakers sometimes make the mistake of using too strong a bleach for the purpose of bleaching for too long a time, which weakens the fabric. Textile specialist* have found the following different methods to successfully remove the black ink: 1. Scrub bags with hot water and laundry soap. This often removes nearly all the ink. The rest usually disappears If bags are boiled In soapy water for half an hour and rinsed. A mild chlorine bleach may be necessary to lake out the last traces. If water is very hard, the "built" synthetic detergents sold for general laundry use may be used. I. Wet x bar of laundry »oap and nib on the bag until it U entirely covered with a thick layer of soap, Roll up the bag and let stand several houn. Then wash and boll, if necessary. *. Soak the bag In keroient overnight. Then wash first in lukewarm water, then in soapy water- land rinse thoroughly. 4. Cover the black print with lard or soft petroleum Jelly, nibbing the grease into the fabric thoroughly •teave'overnight tp-rodsen the black, then wash in soapy ^lukewarm water and rinse. Cotton Bat Content Entry blanks for the cotton bag contest may be obtained at the home demonstration agent's office. Crochet Contort at Fair The home demonstration agent ha* received the trophy fo be given to the crochet winner. It will be on display in the crochet booth during the fair. Thfi British surrender ending the American Revolution was signed at Yorktown, Va.. in the home of Augustine Moore. Real Estate. LOANS • Commercial • Residential • Farm Beet ScrTiee—Beat Terms TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. 213 Walnut Phone 2381 What go«fl into the hen determines what comes out of the egg. Purina Layena is already famous for producing eggs with the flavor and uniform color customers likt to find. Now a new vitamin boost in Purina Layena help* get even more quality eggs than last year's Purina. TOP FEtD UYINA CHECKERS t* t*t t*» «*• ••*nt li v*ir ktm. See ui about your supply of Purina Layena today. L.K. ASHCRAFT CO. Railroad 4 Cherry Phone 4493 * » m REVIEW 70 Satisfied Owners Can Not Be Wrong! We've had the pleasure of placing 70 MASSE Y- HARRIS Self-Propelled Combines in this area in the past 18 months. What we're really proud of is not that we've possibly sold more self-propelleds than all the other implement dealers together, but that every MASSEY-HARRIS owner is a satisfied owner. Now this means something- to you if you're planning to buy a self-propelled.. .because 70 satisfied owners can not be wrong! Progressive farmers like Wesley Stallings, W. H. "Bud" Heath, Clem Whistle, Jr., Sonny Dilla- hunty, L. Berry, Eddie Regenold, Clyde & Charles Talkfngton have harvested their beans with the MASSEY-HARRIS, not to mention 63 other equally progressive farmers in Mississippi County and Southeast Missouri. Before you buy a self-propelled, we want you to. do two things: (1) Ask the man who owns a MASSEY-HARRIS. (2) Compare the MASSEY- HARRIS with all other self-propelleds. YOU'RE SURE TO CHOOSE MASSEY-HARRIS! "IT," Uluitrot.d In 16, 14 end 12-Jool m.i— tank «r kaggir metfolt. "26" In \1 and 10-fool •iui—tank or bagger Massey-Harns "27" with 12 ft. Cutter Bar. 15" Rice & Cant Tires. Only Compare Before You Buy and You'll Choose The Proven MASSEY-HARRIS Self-Propelled Combine. The big: capacity combine ... that's MASSEY-HARRIS! Capacity that covers more acres per day.. .capacity to separate faster, surer . . . capacity that jets all of your grain. Consider, too, the many, many other fea- turee! Easy to fill, tlbow height, fras lank! Easily reached controls . .everything right there before you; threshing controls, speed, starter, electric table lift, brake and clutch pedals ... all within easy reach. Extra large wheels take the bounce and jar out of rough fields. The big grain tank Is another Important advantage. Only a matter of seconds to unload the 15 bushel lank on the "26" or the fiO bushel fank on the "27". Inspect these and other features of the MASSEY- HARRIS at 61 Implement soon! Consider, too, (he fact thai 61 Implement offers complete repair service for your combine... a complete slock of parts with expert mechanics to maintain your combine.. .yes, when you take all of these important points and add them up, you're sure to choose MASSEY-HARRIS! 61 IMPLEMENT CO. NORTH HIGHWAY 61 'Your Mossey-Horris Dealer' PHONE 2142

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