The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 12, 1946 · Page 4
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.KACEFOUE. 'BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1940 i Published Every Friday in the | .Interest of,Farm Families of This {' ' Agricultural Section. FARM NEWS-FEA1URES Published Every Friday in the Interest of Farm Families of This Agricultural Section. Cross Cultivation Idea Improved Roseldnd Farmer Purs Old Cultivator To Brand New Use. Charles Rose and Ills form manager, Fred Davis (if Roselancl. !>"- eainn inLcrcsleil in cross cultivaied cotton" (Ills Spring but wore not convinced tliiit you could mako l\vr> bales" per acre 'with hills 36 to 42 inches apart. One ot them said. "Why nol cross cultivate with hills about 18 inches iipartf" The next. ciurslloii was, "How could you cross cultivate such narrow rows?" Mr. Davis thought about it for weeks. Neighbors saw Fred in llir- machinery Junk pile nt «[!<i times, tiding like ho liiul iost something. Then,, lie cnme out with mi iden. "Fact's Inke Dint diseaiiic-d nllalfn cultivator, reset" Hie plow springs, and 'cross plow with it." The result was n mobile tool with fivr cultivating springs 18 Inches apart and eight inch biiKxnrd wings iit- - Inched to each. Their depth was adjustable, any siw plows could be used nntl a marker was attached. Tliis innchinc wns used twice in cross cultivation on a 40-acrc lest. plot .just South and East of Mr. Hose's home. Also, the cotton has been plowed three limes with the row. • Although tills land wns in soybeans last year and the land was disked this spring (nol flat brokr) vegetation has been much less than expected. The 40 acres was chopped one lime at, n total rost of S'2. Total production cost to date is $120 on, the acreage. If the yield proves satisfactory other farmers with short labor supply might take up tills method or cross cultivation in 1047. Farm Scrap Needed by Sleel Peaches Offer Fruit Supply For Winter Use Potato Griddle Scones Substitute for Bread Totato (rrldctlc scones--the Scottish housewife's version of n hls- cuit—is one answer to the finest ion: "How can I 'use potatoes to save flour needed overseas?"' Besides serving as a quick broad with n nioal, the hot scones can lie used like biscuit in shortcake types of main dishes, with creamed leftover, meat or fish or vegetables poured o n lop. The follcAvinr; recipe from, home economists of the U. B. Department ' of Agriculture yields live.. :or'six -servings: ' r INGREDIENTS: -Two - cups .fitted flour; 1 teaspoon salt; thra; .teaspoons, 'baking powder; throe tablespoons fat; one cup cold nw.sli- ed potatoes; one egg, beaten; about 1-3 cup milk. TO MAKE: Sift together flour, salt. Him bilking powder. Gut in fat Farmers can help themselves to get steel—whether il be a new niece of farm machinery, an automobile. » keg of nails, a roll of fcncfn;; or other products—by promptly inking tliclr accumulated scrap to Iho nearest scrap dealer, the Committee on Iron and Steel Scran of the American Iron and Steel Institute said toilay. A crave shortage of scrap threatens to iliwavt tlio steel Industry's attempts to niako np llic 19 million tons ot steel Hint It lias lost since V-J Day ns a result of strikes and worlc stoppages. Tlio scarcity of scrap is duo largely to tlio fact that Industries which usually Kcncrnlo scrap in large quantities liavo not tc'.'ii operating al all or operating at low levels slnco V-.I Day. Farms liavo always Iieen a good Bonrcii of ncrap and during tho war when drives were conducted, nRrl- cultnral areas yielded lurgo Ion- nages ot scrap to liclp win the conflict. In view or llio current scrap shortage which ttire.ilcns tho full uso ot steel-making facilities, farmers arc asked to tako Iliclr scrap now lo town and noil it to scrap dealers. 1C the scrap is unusually bulky, preventing its easy transportation by the farmer, tho scrap dealer can lio called or arranso- monts can ho niailo through the local larm agent to get 'it to the Jealcr.. The sK'd ivlileli wcelis ago sliouH have Kfiho IliroiiKh the [irocesslnt and fabrtc'nthif; chiinucl. IB far ho tiijiil schedule nnrl, therefore, till American Iron and Steel Institute''! CommiUou on Scrap Iina warned Hint a complete return to normal ill tlio How of SITIIP cannot occur until tho supply of now elect nnproxt' mates the demand. In tho ten months from August 1915 through May 19-IG. .production of Ingots and steel for castings wan ^2,0315.000 tens lower than ontimt over tho same period ot 10-11-1515. I'rcsnmnlily. licltcr oporatliiK con- dltlons would havo enabled nt least 18.000,000 Ions of Hint total lo havo been iiiiido. Tho 10,000,000 tons would liavo supplied tho steel tori 1,000,000 small dwellings, plus tlio!' sleel for 1.700,000 automobiles, plus all tlio kilo lien made for farmers' over llio last nine years, plus 50.-' 000.000 oncMiiiart tin cans, phis a 1 washing machine mill a stovo tori every ono oC Iho 1,000,000 homes! mentioned above—and still thorel would remain V.fiOO.OOO tons oC steel for other purposes, including much 1 needed farm machinery and equipment. , The requirements for all gooilr, J whether for Iho home, tho farm,: transportation, etc.. will be fulfilled! In. d'jcct proportion, to tho receipt' iiv.-he stcol mills of.Ecrao.' News that peaches mo plentiful offers linmcninkcrs ono or the i.unimer'.s be.st chances for. home canning—more Important than ever tills year, due lo the world's food shoitiigo mill tlie prospect that some commercially cunncd fruits In this country will not he iF.rge enougii to meet consumer demands. Even canning peaches without MH!ur Is \vorth considering to save Unit, tills year. Fruit, thus put up c:,n be: used In salads and tart n:i:Uures. or sweetened al serving with sugnr saved from the family's Migui 1 ration. Here Is the way to hoirte-can peaches, according to the u. B. ncDiirtmcnt of Agriculture; Can only fruit thnt Is fresli, firm ripe, and free from blemishes. Ripeness Is shown by the background color of tiie pencil— i not by the rosy blush on .some varieties, choose n (.-round thnt is yellow or yellow-while, rather than green. Work with no more than one canner load at a time. Wash (he peaches w< | lilting them out of the water carefully to avoid bruising. TO |wal, dip In boiling water for n minute or so, then quickly Into cold, nnd skins will slip off easily. Farmers Urged To Provide Own Supply of Meat KARM FMiMEIlS USE— 18 CB. With meat due to be scarce and liii;h next year, the Mississippi County farm I:nnl!y that provides now for extra pork, beef or lamb will not only save money but assure an added supply of scarce food, Mi.ss Com I.ee Colemaii, home demonstration agent, has pointed From 125 to 150 pounds of im-at are recommended for each family member. Facing a feed shortage, farm families will have to plan cnrclully if they are to have variety nnd UK? amoimt of meat needed lor home use. Veal, grass fattened beef, lamb nr.d goat may he profitably produced for the home, she said, point, ir.g out Hint meal animals for the family food supply should be selected early and well cared for. This year, in particular, titmllies v. Ill need to make good use of pasture and other home produced fi'eti. she urged. Special attention should be given animals to kco|) ifH'm in good health in order to obtain maximum growth and gainr:. The be.st ways of preserving meat and facilities available should IK; kept In mind when planning the lamily meat supply. Short Cut Found For Supplying Tomato Plants Here Is help for home gardener? BIytheville Soldier Serves As Guard at Jap Trials P!c. A. W. Cooper of nlytlie- villc was one of the guards who escorted Fumlo Goto to tits recent U. S. Department of Agriculture advises Unit u free supply of plains lor a late crop is aready forming on tuniuto vines. Suckers arc/ the answer- those .side shoots which 1 fil'o* out at points where the larijo ' leaves join the main stem. When tomato plants are staked and trained to a single stem, as they are in many gardens, these suckers art' '"pinched off" as they appear. U more tomato pfimts are needed, let n few of the suckers grow about eight or 10 indies long, then break them off and plant them In any tare spots In the garden. They will take root if kept well watered and protected from sun for a few (Jays. Removing corn suckers—a practice with ninny gardeners—is unnecessary latior, the plant, scientists advise. These little shoots which com<> up from the base of the sta:ic cannot be replanted nnd do no harm where they are. Comrilry ID Popular opinion, Iho yield of corn .'Pl'enr.s to be tho same whetlii r they arc removed or left lo Brow. Private Cooper Is with lh c mll- ilary Police of the Army, now stationed In the Japanese city. Tokyo, prior t;i the war, was tin world's third largest city. Farm Lands For Sole! Locations in Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri. AH si/.es Tracts 10 acres up. On Good liroads. School bus and mail route. Cower line. Good bitildiruri. C. E. GOLLADAT Kancho Motel ilayli, M o . Milk snakes feed largely on bird eggs, raiding the nests of quail and pheasant hunt on the ground. with two knives or i\ pastry blend?! 1 . Blend in the potatoes. Mix etig and milk, and add to the first mixture. Mix slightly. Roll :!-K inch thick, adding just a little more Hour if needed. Cut ini o .squaie.s and bake slowly on a hot, greased griddle or frying pan. Turn scv- ITII], times lo cook through. Makes 10 to 12 scones. Get yourself ready for harvesting now. Don't \v;iit until it's time to cut licfore ordering p;irts you need for your binder or ccml>inc. Certain critical parts arc slill hard to net. Waiting until the last minute may result in your being held up at harvest time. Please ;;ive us your list of parts soon and we'll have them reaily for you before cullini; starts. McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY BIytheville, Ark. He Knows Your JOHN DEERE You'r« probably welt acquainted with our service man, but arc you aware thnt he's factory-trained to service your John Dcer« tractor and Equipment th« •way they should be serviced? Whatever your trouble may be, our service mart can fix it up quickly ...al a jurprisinj- ly lota cost. With the shortage ot new goods, you realize, ot course, how important it Is to keep your present equipment on the job. Right now we sugpest that you talk with us. \Ve'll give you export advice. And, it repairs ire necessary, you'll bo completely •alisficd with tho work we do for you. For your own protection, liavo your John Deere tractor and equipment serviced by a man who knows your machines •—a John Deere factory-trained service man. Don't delay ... ask about our complete service NOW. Missco Implement Co, O8CF.OI,» ONLY GENUINE JOHN DEERE REPAIR PARTS It Is Now Time to Use ATLACIDE to kill JOHNSON GRASS For Sale By E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. Phone 551 Blythevillc, Ark. Read Courier News Want Ads. FARM LOANS Low In / Fair AppraUal / Prompt Barrio* RAY WORTH INGTON Serving This Section fer ZI Years 115 So. 3rd, Blytlievitle, Ark. , Tune in Prudential Program 1 Sunday at 3 p.m. over \VKKC NOW AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY rl & ~* X *T*£V*S *»&?"}«• WW"" ' Suitable for Sawmills, Unloadcr Fans, Irriga-. , tion Pumps, etc. NO PRIORITY REQUIRED ELLIS IMPLEMENT CO. TO A CAREFREE VACATION . . . MaVo sura It's a real . , . Slop d .get that feeling that Goodyears They're bet, body and . Get exlra extra lately cost I Published By The Delta Implement Co., iJlytheviH* Vol. 4 Friday, July 12. l!tJ(i As Confiictoti.s niiH'lit say: "Wise mini avoids }jel!ini? cauifht with m:ichinery down." It's mil inerch vi»l)<!n-iissin<- lull <lownrii;hl cifr-fly ( o have siiiiic vilal lanu machinery hro;ik down jusl when ncorlotl nuisl. Tho surest way lo avoid (his is (o tlicck iiud recondition ctu-Ii macriinc dunlin its idle season. ',Vc service all lypes ol' Mc- Cormick=l)eerino- f ; ,,- m eqtiipnie!!!. Dl Evcvsniiii: Land Leaders wnro delivorcfl this week to J. 1C. James of Steelc, Mo., and Willie and Herbert Heaslov just norlh of lilythevillc. ' ' DI- The Kvcrsman Land Leader is tloinsj a wonderful job in !his lerrilory. You 'will lie happily surprised whal il will do on yoni' farm. We can make iniiuediale deliveries now on all leaders. This may not be tho case when our present slocn is exhausted. We expect shipment i u (| lc very near rut- tire on our annual allotment of Kewanee (Jrain Klevalors. If vu arc in the market for an elevator we unjjc lhat you place your order with us \\n\\-. -DI- USf OUR BUDGET PL AH SAVE TIM*, T1RE9 ANO MONIY WTTH OOODYIAR TU&> K>t UGMT TRUCKS Tougher than ordinary rubber . . . holds air longor ... longer-tasting tool Roplaco wont, worn tubes now. Save tir«i, savo Uoublo, $3.65 Now further Implored with mor» natural rubber; cool-running RAYOK cord*. Heavier bead and iTead-PLUS inor» pile* than tires now! CD nioit truck*. $22 GOOD/¥EAR SERVICE STORE Phone 2492 410 West Main, BIytheville, Ark. ol Icrs. us your our next We have placed orders with the manufacturers for bolh all steel and wooden drain boxes for wagons and farm trailers. We have sold all thai \ vc had. Give order now for delivery out .shipment. D! ,- Knssell Gill, fivinjr south of Koscland, lias a Type M pick-up hay press and an A-C Combine for sale. Mr. <;il| sil ys bolh arc in Koocl condition. -Dl- QOOD CONDITION PAYS! YOITU BC SAfI WiTFAO OF sour.

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