The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1947 · Page 8
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t»AGE EIGHT BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS interest of Farm Families of This ; .Agricultural Section. Published Every Friday in the FARM NEWS-FEA1 FRIDAY, MAY 23, 194V Suggestons For Better Farming . Featured For This Section's Pro - gressive Farmers. i Balanced Farming Applications Tjy Be Received Until May 31; County and State Offer Awards **•»••••'• 'Farmers in North Mississippi County were urged today by Keiih Kilbrey, farm agent; 'Miss Cora Leo colcmnn, home domoiislrs'llon agent, and Hairy W. llamcs, publisher of the Courier Now*, to siT.rt tlicir''entry cards in the Arkansas Balanced FArming comuelillnn to the-county agent before the deadline 1 , May 31. To date, 7C5 entries have been* : received in the different classifications of competition, from the farmers, of this county. Of that total number 092 are for entry in the Uvc-ftl-IIotnc competition (or 'Negroes only. •A release from the Arkansas Press'''Association .sponsor of this state-wide farm competition, shows as'bff^May 17, (hat 1,H* entries in thP"diffe)'ent classifications of com- petjUon had been received In the state, ofiicc from all parts of the stater'-Of that total number 5,211 Imjjl, Centered the Live-nt-Home coip'Stition'for Nee roes only. Of the'1.9 entries in the Balanced 'ftffmlfig' competition received from G8 counties over 53 percent came from only ten counties. Six- Lone Oak 4-H Club Ranks High tetn counties liaye . sent in only ] plpcc $100. It takes a minimum of five entries In any one division to qualify a county in that division. The 5,211 entrants In the LIvc-at-Homc program have been received from 40 counties, five of the counties accounting for over 80 j>er cent 01 the total. Fonrlcen of the 40 counties have sent in only five or fewer entrants. Cash awards foi winners In the different divisions ot Hie state competition are as follows: Tenants and sharecropper, first place $200; second place SlftO and third plucc S100. Two La nil Oilier Classes Landowner, c-mployinp, aid of not move than two families, fii'.sl place S200; second place, $150 and third Pictured above arc tlie officers of the Lone Oak 4-H Cluu, one of Mississippi County's most outstanding rural youth organisations. It Is relatively small In membership l>»t its projects have been outstanding for the past several years. Several of its members copped high honors at Ihe 11MU County Fair for individual projccl-s. From lelt to rlglitr—baek row—lUilx'rl Heath, vice-president; Ella Jean McCook secretary; and Dovie Lee Storey, club reporter; Front row—Biily Joe Walters, president, and Frances Hod(;e, KDIIB caplain. —Courier News 1*11010. leDn counties nayu seni. in uin* . . . fhje or fewer entrants per county I plantation owners. employing SPRAY OR AND FLIES Feed one bag of Purina Hog Chow Supplement with about H bushels of vour grain, •• L K. Ashcraft Co. Yt HUc. B. of Frisco U-p= Pbane 493 llirec or more (ainilies, firsl plnrc $100. Home improvement, $50 lo Die tenant or sharecropper family making the most impiovcL>nls in lliclr home. Llve-al-hooic conipetillon: to I.Ue Negro landowner wlio makes Ihe best record In that contest, $101): second $50; third £30 and fourlTi. $£0. To the Nejjro tenant or sharecropper who makes the best record In the state contest, $100: second $50; third $30 and fourth $20. In lite sweepstakes competition.] winners of Arkansas nlsmccd Farming compclltion will compele willi Pliml-lo-Prosper winners from the states of Tenne.'isee. Mississippi and Missouri. 'Awards for this compelilton are (530 and trophy lo the tenant or landowner making llin best record living at home .diversification, soil conservation and home itn- provement; $250 and trophy to the tenant or sharecropper making best record I" Hie competition: niul $100 lo the tenant or slmro- eioppcr family making the most improvement in their borne. County Awards Offered In North Mississippi County the conlest is under the Joint sponsorship of the Courier News an- the Ark--Mo Power Company. The Ark-Mo Power Company has do imted $500 to be awarded in casl prizes to first, second and thir; place winners in the various divi sions. First place winners of Hi' live divisions will receive $50 h cash, second place $30 and thir $20. Each county winner will also re-, ceive the Arkansas Press Association's "Certificate of Honor", and 1 an invitation, with transportation provided, to the first annual Ar-l kansas Balanced Funning Forum mid banquet, lo be heltl in Little Rpi-k this Fall. In addition lo Ihe awards to be given to contestants, trophies will be awarded to the county with the best enrollment, to the ncwspa- er s supplying the best IH-OHIO- Um and to the ngricuUiinil In- Imctors producing the champions. :?mber.s of the committee seeded lo promote the contest in North Mississippi County Include G. Nnsh. Roy Little. James Hill. Jr.. H. B. Richardson, Louis Chcr- llarry Haines. Mrs. George nnr.ch, Mrs. Essie Davis, Mrs. Lee Stiles. Mrs. Waller Lutes, and Mrs. C. M. Abbott. L. J. Miner, secretary-manager of Arkansas Press Association announced today thai as soon [is :ill applications for entry are receive". record ipok* will be irmUed lo each enlratil. N'OTICt: OF FIMKC OF Al'ri.Il CATION FOK LIQUOR TKUMl'l Notice is hereby given that the imdersigtietl 1ms filoti with Hie Commissioner of Revenues of Hi 1 - 1 Agri Council {Directors to Hear Reports I.. G. Nash, mylheville farm ini- plenient, dealer, and ehairmaii of the Farm Machinery Commitlee tlie Agricultural Council of Ark: as, will conduct a discussion on nuclianizcd fanning at the coun- il'.s board of directors meeling tc: le held in Pine Ululf May 30. The meeting will be held in the Ballroom of the Pines Hotel uncl I open at 10 a.m. Reports from ill other committees will foe heard. T. R. Adams, secrelary-nianagor of tlie council staled that Walter Cooper, of Little nock farm Labor supervisor for the agricultural extension service will give a picture of the farm labor situaliou in the state tit the meeting. Patent Holder Sues Alleging Infringements A complaint has been filed in the U. S. District Court, Eastern Arcansas Division at Jonesboro, by Price C. McLempre of tile Flttin'e Cultivation Inc.. and the New Holland Machine Company of Pennsylvania, charging 'B. E. Lee Wilsoi jr., and J. H. Grain, trustees of the Lee Wilson Company of Wilson; James B. Barksdale, of Hit. Uarksdale Manufacturing and Machine Works of Blytheville and UI Golclicr. Engineering and Manufac luring .Company of Clarksdale 'Miss., of patent infringement, was disclosed today. The complaint charged the de femlanls with the infringement o patents held by MoLcnmore for th nr.uiufacturing of flame cultivator. The complaint stated in stance that the defendants, th Sniksdale Manufacturing and Ma chine Works mid the Gotcher Er yinecring and -Manufacturing Coin pany had been making and sellin flame cultivators without obtalnin | the publicly' offered license ar paying the established license ft for that process. It further stated that Lee Wilson and Company have been using without license the. process of flame, cultivation and that they were using, among others, apparatus made and sold . by defendant Gotcher Engineering and Manufacturing Cc.tipany. how Says He's Written ill He Knows and Asks out/is to Read His Books NEW YORK, May 23. (UP) — sked to send a message to the } orthcoming World Youth CoiiKrr.vi j 11 Prague, George Hern arc! Shaw | .dvlsed the youngsters to ''read my ifloks and leave rnc die in peace." , "I am hot a youth," Shaw said i n a message broadcast'by the Bri- Ish Broadcasting Company and nonltored by NBC in New York. I am 90. I have nothing to say Chat I I have not alrcad written. Reaci my books—they are still in print- ami leave mo die'in peace." There is a greater variety of in the Nile than in any other pr of the world. fish riv- DR. Ml [.TON K. W Optometrist 138 l-.ast Main IMythcville, Avk. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT. MIS- SISS1ITI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Hattle Paye tlubbs Plaintiff vs. Bill Edgar Hnbbs. Defendant. lie detendanl Dill Edgur Hubbs is hereby warned to appear wHlihv thirty days'in . the court named in. llie captio'n'.hereor the: complaint'of tlie plaintiff .'battle; Faye Ilubbs. / • ••! Dated this 22 day of HARVEY .MORRIS, Clerk Job Simplification Awards Offered 4-H Members 4-H Club members In Arkansas agnin have an opportunity this vear to win special recognition for 'developing methods thai will simplify their farm and home jobs. Recognition in the form of merit awards will be given on county, slate and national levels in the 4-H etter Methods Electric Activity, the National Committee on Boys and Girls Club Work has announced. | Memb'Tu need not have electricity on their farms to take part in this activity, which may be applied to all types of 4-H Club work. Btate winnen- in 1946 was Mo- Kinley Campou, 14, of Pine Bluff. who received a trip to the National M! Club .Congress in Chicago, provided by Westinghouse Educational Foundation. Among his work modern and con- .simplification accomplishments en ithc.-farm are providing -' . eitock.-' water supply By Dorothy, Conley. (lei)Uly. C. P. Cooper, Ally, for Pltf. Gene E. Bradley, Ally, ad litem. 5123-30-616-13 Attracting'an automatic electric pifT brooder. He estimates that the.",e May 1947:'improvements will save hundreds ^f-dollars In' labor and result in a| State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors For beverage at retail on the premises described as 109 So. Division St.. Blytheville. Arkansas 'Application is for permit lo DC issued for operation beginning on the 1st. day of July, ]D47 and lo expire on the 30 day of June, J94B B. S. Simmons 55y B. M. Matthews, Mgr higher [arm income. McKlnley* made these improvements himself with ft minimum outlay of cash. I Sax stale winners are selected lor national honors, each receiving, ft2CO.OO college scholarship. | The activity is conducted under tlie direction of the Extension Service of tlie Slale Agricultural College and USDA cooperating. Guatemala is the only Centra American country that touches botli Mexico and the Pacific ocean USED CARS & TRUCKS Complete Body & Paint Work Tires - - - Tubes Batteries - - 18 Mo. Guarantee Complete Lubrication CITY GARAGE Front Kl. Leachville, Ark. Time Changed This Picture You may not even remember \vlicti plowing was ;x back-breaking job, done willi a hnntl plow. Modern INTEKKATIONAI. HAUVESTKR and McCOUMICK- DBERING Farm JIacliincvy has changed the picture • for you—made it possible for you lo got bigger crops. More modern improvements in farm machinery are being made all of the time by these two great names —look to them fpr leadership, and to DELTA IMPLEMENTS INC. for all your farm machinery needs'. We Repair and Recondition All Types Farm Machinery—Sec US! DELTA IMPLEMENTS Inc. 312 South 2nd Phone 863 INTERNATIONAL Trucks SPECIAL! 2 Row Tractor Drawn DIXIE COTTON CHOPPERS Regular Price $525.00 Special Sale Price $150.00 F.O.B. Osceola MISSCO IMPLEMENT CO. 110 Wcsr Walnut Phone 434 ion Pays! See the Barksdale Flame Cultivator South Broadway Street Blyrhcville, Ark. THE M ASS EY-H ARRIS ATTENTION Dehydrating Plants: CUTS . . . CHOPS . . . LOADS ANY HAY OR EMSILAGE CROP One Com llr.yiiig se.-.~->n doesn't linvo lo mean loin: tedious hours in the iickl cutting, rnkinsx nncl loading your li>i.. " crops in 3 itulivuiu:*! operations. There's n new and bettor \viiy to linmlli! liny and ciisihit;r - • • UH- M:isM-y-Harris. Forage Clipper way. Another member of Hie famous "Clipper" family, built up lo its Job—better-bum . . . be'ler-ensiiiHTied. the Forage Clipper steps in lo hyndlr- your lonu;e harvest in one speedy, economical field operation. Three niaehiiics In one—the- l-'oro^o Clipper outs, eliops nnd loads any hay or ensiluf;o croj) rcduciiiK time in Ihe field ami handling a job that formerly rrtiuired as many as llircc and four men. Willi your rack hitched behind ami the c-lcvntor pivoted for rear delivery one man operates lie.- Forage Cli|>pcr easily. You'll tike the smooth effortless - w.iy this new "Clipper" handles your li'iy and ensilage . . . what's more, you'll porkca the; profit ordinarily lost in Jiinc and lalior. \Vindvo\ved liay is no iivoblem to the forage. Clipv'"'. Willi pick-up .ulaclimcut iu- stcilled. cured hay is speedily chopped and loaded. The elevator pivots either lo the realtor one man operation or to the side [or loadiui; trucks. "61" IMPLEMENT CO. Carl Wallace Bob Smith No. Highway 61 Phone 2142 (Forage Clipper on Display in Our Showroom)

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