The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 13, 1947
Page 5
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FRIDAY, JUNK 13, 10.17 BLYTIIEVILLK (ARK.)' COURIER NKW8 * Suggostons For Boiler Farming Featured For This Suction's Progressive Farmers. FARM NEWS-FEA 7 URES PAGE 1UNB 1'ublifthed Every Friday 'in the ! Interest of Farm Families of TUi Agricultural Sectio*. Good Crops Seen Ihroughou! State &SLWcorhcr Helping Growth; More Cotton Choppers Are Needed < By United I'rcss Arkansas ;u:iintlUire continues in a lavorable iio.silimi a.i the mam provving. si'iisnn advances, accord- inf; to tile State Crop Rf>l>orti;i|; Service. Upccut warm, drv weather is .stiinii!atiii« crop crowtli. hcre- lolorp rptarderl somewhat l\v llir latp in-rival of Spring iu well as' considerable cloudiness and lain. I UsiiiK power equipment, the crop reportiiu; rcrvicr said Hint farmers I have taken adv:mtn;;e of cvervl break in the weather to catch nji' inui low Souk forward to a (joort croi> year in niosi sections of the stale. Basil!),' its rcp»rl nil conditions as of June !. the service said that additional hoe hands nre needed to finish chopping cotton in a number of Ocltn counties, anil some cro]> s show the adverse '_•!feels of inadequate cultivation. (Most of Hie intended acreage of rice is up to Kood stands and has been irrigated. Mast early corn is now grow- ini! well although some fields are lirnssy and in nr;cd of cultivation. Laic com i s being planted. Hay prospects are nnicli better than usual. Harvest of tire record high 0.- COO.rai bushe! oat crop is gettiuq llndWay with the present forecast brini; 4 per cent alx)ve the prcvi^p;" record crop harvested in 194-1. The ]ar«<e production is attributed mainly lo increased acreage. Arkansas Winter wheat production is forecast at 375.030 bushels compared with 420.CCO bushels last year. A peach crop of 28HS.OO!) bushels is iu prospccl—Ifi per cent 'ai"M than Hie 191fi crop. Harvest will start lal^r than usual in Arkansas n- in oilier Southern peach states. Weather Puts Farmers on Swing Shift- \ A few hours without rain sends Perry Crosloy, Urn-Ion. O.. farmer, into his lields to plow, all through the night, as the planting season dwindles. Kagcr to Ret their corn crop in before Iho deadline, Crosley and his neighbors wait for either sun or shiis, then till their rain-snaked land. Flying Rings Around Mountains Home EC Instructor Announced tor U. of A. FAYETTKVILLE. Ark., June —Mrs Dorothea .Sarehct. will aet j as instructor in the home economics department during the Summer ses- Fion. Dean Upper! S. Ellis of the University's College of Agriculture has announced. She will assist Dr. liegina Westcoit. visiting sociologist, leach courses on family relations and advanced child development. Mrs. Sarchet,. who is a native of chicatSV will receive the degree of Masltv^t.f Arts in the field of religious education from the University of Chicago, she had studied for two years at 5-niith College, in Northampton. Ma::s, Mrs. Sarehct 1m had lonsidera- blc experience as camp ::r.T,iscT;O:-, play Rronp leader, and assl.U-.uH in the Universily of ChicaP.l laboratory school. She ajso ubserve-1 in the nursery school of I:H Fair.ily- Coinumnity project conducted !n Addison. Michigan hy Dr. WcslcoU. She worked as assislant librarian' at Gump Joseph Hobinsnn. in L,Tillc , Kock, for a short time in 1014 while licr husband \vas stationed at thit camp, and hns also acted as librarian at other nrmy posts. Mis. Karchct will teach both semesters ol the summer session. Tough Job Although lie reached Ilic peak of his £amo at exactly the right lime, this is how Lloyd Mangrum fell about defending Iho National Open Championship at the St. Louis Country Club. The Purple i Hear I Wearer warmed up by [winning Ihe Sid.000 National CEipilnl Open in Washington ivilll C8-B9-B6-6B — 209, 19 P?i.. This unusunl picture o£ the snow-capped peaks ot Ihe Antic; Motintains was taken by NEA correspondent Hurry Lcdcr, at 21.0CO feet altitude on a flight from Lima to Cuzco, Peru. H was made through the air plug hole in the piano window which causes the circle around the peak. Currying .1 small on your person will ward off rheumatism, according to an old belief. California golden tront ?ro\v six times as large in Wyoming as in their native state. Farm Assist Wiih Fail- Plans ,J. -M. Tlio:nnssoti, of Little Rock district aii-.-nt I<ir tin; Stale ISxIcn- sinn .Service, and Airs. Hazel Jordan, district home ai;ent for the extension service, arrived in H!y- thcviUe today to work wiih melii- bcrs of the County Fair Committee on-'district farm prii-,3 lists. ATr. TlKnra.-soji and Mrs. Jordai -e sisents for the Northeast Arkansas district, wnicli includes 17 coinilie.'i. House Group Okays Change In Parity Rule 'WASHINGTON, June 13. UII'I The Home Asrlcullure Committee yeslcrday ,1 p p roved legislation which would permit farmer.'! In form maikcllni; UKrcoment.s on ci-v- tnln comnjortilles even when prices are above purity. Under the present law, such aRrecment s arc nol operative when prices un above parity. Parity Is a formula which measures the'farm- ers current Income ncainsl. his earnings In the base period inon-M. 'Before ap|irovhi|; t|ie bill, the committee knocked nut a section which would luivc allowed farmers lo ontor Into market Inn ai-reo- rnenU on any agricultural commodity. Asrcc-ment.s now arc permitted on milk, lobitccn. liops. honey bees naval stores nmi certain fniit.s and ycKOtables. Under such msm-mcnls fanncr.s W l up nri. firniiiiij! machlncrv and aurce «t how nuicli lliey will market, \VAKN1NO ORDKR CHICKASAWHA IHSTKK.T. IHl's- MSSII'PI COUNTY, AHKANS.AS Hultlc F.iyc Hubus Plainllll Bill Edgar Hubbs.'.' Defendant rh c dctcndant nill. Ed|?m- Hubbs s hereby warned lo appear within thirty days in Hie court named in the caption licrcof and answer the complain', of Ihc plaintiff Halllc Fiiyc Hubbs. Dated this 22 day of May. 1917 HARVEY MORHIS, Clerk By Dorothy Conlcy, deputy. C. P. Cooper, Ally, lor Pill. Gene E. Bradley, Ally, ad lltcjn. Agricultural Engineer Meets With Missca Co Op 'W. .1. H. Ilrowclei- of l.itlle llo;-k agriculture eni',1iH".'t' with the Suite Extension Service arrived in llly- Ihevill,. today fnr a ccmfrmicc with officials <if the' Mississippi County Klcclrlc Cooperative here, rnrp.ise ol I he coiilevencc is to work cur educational program on,-. ,, . . the proper wlrlnn ni;d Insinuation' 001 ; c - "• Cliorpcnlng, district of electrical equipment In farm c "« illcer 'or t"o U. S. Army, sajs homes In this vicinity. - tllc W.SOOO.OO) prc" Oklahoma i.evec 1'ays Off TUUSA, Okln (UP) — A levee Mi-etching aloni; 18 miles of the Arkansas Ulver new Tulsa lt> payliiB for Itself In short' order. project haa saved »1.100,oOa In the last four yenrs by holding back flood waters which, normally would Inundate acres of land. Read Courier News Want Ads Notion Ss at War ifh Communism, Movie Head Says NEW YCriK. June i;i. (Ul'l—The United states is at war with Communism "-.Mielhei- we like it or no!," Cecil !!. n 0 Mille lold member;, of the New York Stale Cham ter of Coa-.iuercc yeslcrday. TJK Mill.-, head of the De Milie Frnnulation for Politici-.l Freedom and a Iciiiliiii; Hollywood director anc: ijicdurer, at the regular hnicheon mtclhuj of the Cliam- bcr. "One of tiie stroiiHest blows thai, can be -..iven Communism in Amcr- icn is lo free Amerlcivn inbor from compulsion to Join a union In order to earn a living," he deelnrc.l. ''Leave union membership to (lit: free choice oi the Individual workei and yon will see Communist-dom- Innlcd unions cither reformed c deserted/' Hut's li imounti 10 »-hto vou get your cqaipmrni bick dxjm u« ifter i clirck-up <nd ov«fhiul job .. the Itnowlcdgt ihai t'trj job jrou mrt uill bt &niitic<J wlih no <cJ)V No, ih« premium you r«r l>n'< big mil it (iv«< you Uic boc joiiiblt protection on your tractor Invcitmenr, for a of your equipment i Jd» up to [inportftm loss In you/ food pro. iluaion program You will live ill the wiy iround bjr •(iopiing out r>sulir Krvk«h«ck-up. You will pr«««ni iroubl*. jrou will Mrt ihf con of • brtikdown •• igilntt • limeljT «djuKmrn( ind your incior will gi>« yoii ih>i dtpendibl* pcrformiuK* ilu( mttai tscisficcioa and profit. Oiu Strvlct Shop b>l ib« nto, mctboda* and BiKrlil to keep your equipment la perfect workinf order. Ther h«y« th* "know how" loo b*> ciuie they ire factory tnineJ. Missco Implement Co. — IJIylhcville Purina growing feeds are made for FAST ECONOMICAL GROWTH ... every bag docs an outstanding job of putting on pounds. EARLY! You'll do a real job wilh one of those great Purina growing Jeeds. One is complete . . . tho other, a supplement for rjrain. GROWING CHOWS BAUNCI YOUR GRAIN We recommend Purina's special supplement, made (or f-a-s-t growth. It's..., 1 SOW & PIG CHOW \ PURINA PIGF/iB GRANULES Mix wilb ration worm pigs BIG CALVES PURINA CALF STARTENA Saves about 525 at average milk prices. LOW-COST TURKEY Feed Purina all-mash or supplement especially made for turkeys.' PURINA TURKEY CHOW* L. K. ASHCRAFT COMPANY !/2 Block S. of Frisco Depot Phone 493 for more FIT COTTON WTO BALAjiilD FA R Hfifri4 Careful planning means labor that counts—soil that is always in good snape*' —a balance of crops and livestock that yields maximum returns. To aid cotton producers in planning for profit, the Department of Agriculture, State Extension Services, National Cotton Council, and other organizations have prepared a Seven-Step guide to greater cotton income. Your County Agent has full particulars as to how you can utilize the Seven-Step' Program most advantageously and most r economically on your own farm. Talk f it over with him. Join with your neiglv bors in taking the seven steps toward better cotton farming. *• f. PH cotton inio balanced forming. 2. Tato caro of your soil. 3. Get tog.Hier on ifio best variety. 4. Male your labor count. 5. Control intecU and «. PieV«id gin for Mgh grade. 7. Sell For grade and ttaple value. '' THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN BLY.THEVILLE The Only National Bank in Mississippi County

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