The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1950 · Page 12
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TWELVE BLVTTTEVTLLE (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS FRTBAY, DECEMBER 1, 19M rest *•> - a'f fit-ersi Sayre to Head Conference on Cotton Insects Meeting Scheduled In Memphis Dec, 7-8; Program Outlined MEMPHIS, Term.. Dec. 1—Dr. O. R. Sayre. president of (lie Delta and Pine Land Co.. Scott. Miss., will be general chairman of thu fourth annual Cotton insect Control Conference here nee. 7-3. the National Cotton Council, announced yesterday In releasing the program for the meeting. Dr. F. S. Arant. head of the De- jMrtment of zoology-Entomology. Alabama Polytechnic Institute will preside over the afternoon session on the first flay of the conference Other presiding officers Include Dr. Louis E. Hawkins, director. Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station; and Joe C. Hardln, president, Arkansas Farm Bureau Feder-i ttlon. • Conferees will be welcomed by\ Harold A. Young, North Little Rock. Ark., president of the National Cotton Council. The Cotton Council is sponsoring the meeting of entomologists and representatives of the insecticide industry, agricultural research and education. The following addresses are listed on the program for the morning •ession of. the first day: "Nature of the Cotton Crisis."' Dr. M. K. Home, chief economist. National Cotton Council: "Cotton Production Problems In 1051." Claude L. Welch, director, division of production and marketing, National . Cotton Council: "Cotton Insecticide Supply Outlook." Dr. H. L. Haller, assistant to the chief. Bureau n( Entomology and Plant Quarantine; »nd "Problems In Providing Adequate Supplies of Pesticides," Ernest Hart, president, National Agricultural Chemicals Association. In the afternoon entomologists from the southeast, mid-south, •outhwest and far west will present • "summary of cotton Insect research highlight In 1950." Participant will include Dr. C. M. Beckham. Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station; R. C. Gatnes. Tallulah, La., Bureau of Entomology *nd Plant Quarantine; Dr. H. G. Johrwlcn, head,- department of entomology, Tex»s A<fcM College; and W. A. Stevenson, Tucson, Arizona, BEPQ. Equipment and techniques for tn- Kcttcide jppllcatlon will be rie- >crlbed by V. K. Quattlehaum. agricultural engineer. South Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station; •nd S. L. Calhoun. Stonevllle, Miss., entomologist, BEPQ. "Importance of Using Proven Farm Wives Urged to Make Christmas Gifts lure.' " "Jus4 a Krlend" Penny Edwards, who Is being boosted from oatcruncher eulcs lo heavy dramatics at Republic. Insists she and Ronald Reagan haven't set a wedding dale. "He's just a friend," penny confided on the set of "Missing Women." Mrs. Gertrude II. Holiraan, home ," He ' s >'»•">•* '««'"? me that he's demonstration agent lor North Mis- old <"°"sh '" "• «"* father. Really, slsslppl County, tirgcd (arm wives! 1 lhlnk my mln(ls » !«'« imma- U> start' cheeking stores now for lur « '"' hlm ' material lo make Christmas presents. Fabrics arc plentiful in Mississippi County stores, she said, and they offer an Invitation to start making CHAMPION SHOKTIIOItN HKKKDING BULL— William C. Anderson of West Liberty. Iowa, receives silver platter from Uyron Hawks (right) of Pullman. Wash., president ol the Shorthorn association, after Bill's "N-Bar Prince" Uorei;ro\mti> wns named champion shorthorn breeding bull al the Intcvnuticnal Livestock Exposition In Chicago. (AP Photo). On Missco Farms by County Agent Kellh J, Bilbrej Orchids lo You Congratulations to you of the Mississippi County Farm Burcnu. Harold Ohlcndorf was elected slate vico president, of the Arkansas Farm Bureau and Charlie Rose was ro-ni^cled state director. Could you have better representation? U That All? I saw these Mississippi County people at the State Farm Bureau Convention in Little Rock lust week: H. C. Knappenberger, Stan- Jcy Carpenter, W. H. Wyatt. Harold Ohlendorf, Chris Tompktns, A. C. Spellings. Mrs. A. C. Spellings. Godfrey White, W. E. Hagan, Joe Scibcrt, T. A. Bourland, Gariicid Lewis, J. W. Rayricr. H. C. Weathers, ChcL Cunningham, J, R. FcrrcsUv. Ff<mk Dean, Bob Jackson, W. E. Wright, Morris Wright, W. B, Tycr.Mr.s. W- B. Tyer, K^ C, Roland, Wm. WiUson, D. V. Maloch. Woody Jackson, Dan Reid, Practices and Materials iii 1951," nn address by Dr. F. C. Eisbopp, Washington, assistant chief. Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, will conclude the opening day program. Jack Duclns, L. H, Autry, Lee Bearden, Claude Lancaster, Lloyd Ward, G, B. SeRraves, Lewis George. I3ob Morrow. Kays Sullivan, Mrs. Hays Sullivan, Henry Hoyt, J. O. Edwards. Miss Helen Wells. Bti Prepared I know jne man wlio has ordered 1500 head of geese to i]f>c iti the cotton fields next year. That, means, to me one oC three things: tl» he is fjing to have a big cotton acreage next year, or, (2) he has an awful lot of Johnson grass, or. (3) he knows cotton choppers will be scarce next spring. I have an idea that all three points are true. Are you making your preparations in advance of ne.\t year's crop? Kcporl Time All right. J have mane my annual report, now it's tinu for you farmers to report also. Your PMA farm program continues to pay incentive "soil conservation" payments for such practices as ditch construction, sowing vetch, and pasture grasses. The yuilnt is, they cannot make these payments if you do not report what you have done to the Count; PMA Offset The absolute deadline for such reports is January loth. Kager Beaver Really now. have you ever known uyone as conscientious and thor- iiigh on their job as Mrs. C. G. Redmnn? If 'here is a soul in this ounty who doesn't know that Mrs. Redman Is Executive Secretary of he Mississippi Cou/.v Tuberculosis Association, it must be a Siberian Iskimo who just blew in with the ast cold spell. If yon and I would oopcralc thoroughly with this Tuberculosis Association, I have an dea that this disease would be tamped out of Mississippi County n reasonably short order. Jealousy I am so mad 1 could spit! You 'oiks eating strawberries out of the deep freeze and 1 still can't afford buy YES. YOUR HOGS KILLED AT LAST YEAR'S PRICES! PER POUND LIVE WEIGHT After seeing prices fo'up every irhere nise, you'll enjoy knowing thnV Gude Bros, have not Increased their charge (or slaughtering your hogs or cattle, Kor hogs U'A slill Jusl 1 cent per pound—for catllr, just Ihe hide. And with plenty of pens anil trucks atiri n ch-hairlng: m;icliln«, we can give you very prompt service. There's even no need for you (n weigh your livestock before you come . . , we li;ive a new scale-, .set ii[i. So just put them in your [ruck and drive duwn (o Guile Bros, CATTLE KILLED FOR LOCKER MEAT Our charge is jusl lo rclain the hide. WE BUY CATTLE \Vilh ;i (fading point right here, we ran give you prompt service .. and top prices. WE BUY HOGS If you wish lo sell your hoRS. brinir them to Glide Bros, where you'll receive (he top prices. • Ol'K.V ^ A.M. UA1LV GLIDE SLAUGHTERHOUSE gilt-, early. In flannel and suede cloth, there are beautiful floral prlnLs. plaids and even woven striped outings. Many of these .ire sanforized so that garments can be made to fit without danger ol shrinkage Pc-nularity of suede cloth shirts for t'le rodeo season I* carrying over for all-winter wear for youngsters as well a.s adults. Beautiful bright colors such as scarlet, kclly green, and brown can be had [ n | sotid colors, fiora] nrlnts. and vivid checks or plaids. Beware of plaids, she cautioned, because they are printed and may not be straight on the cloth. Cowboy suits, snlrls to wear with blue jeans, and hunting shirts marie from suede cloth would be cherished sifls. Shoe bags, umbrella covers, ha-'d- kerchtef cases, nnd a dos^n o*~r accessory covers can be made from plastic, Mrs. Holiman said, ff there are little folks on your Christmas Rift list, look on tile stove counters where pattern books for crochet are sold, she said. Many new toy patterns are available. Director Alfred Hitchcock is fuming at British producers- who arc borrowing tricks from his early movies. "In some films." the roly-poly master of the screen chill claims, "there are sequences right out of '39 Steps.' I'm typed definitely. If I do anything away 1 from horror and suspense, people ate disappointed. It's very difficult to be unique on every occasion." Short Takes: MOM is talking about a big musical co-starring Mario Lanza, Vic Damone and Dick Contino as brothers . . . June Haven: will do a new version of "ftain" at the Sombrero Theater in phoenix in January . . . Shelley Winters, displaying arm bruises after a love scene with John Gar- field in "He Ran All Ihe Way"— This realistic school of acting Is rugged." • * • Ava Gardner and Stewart Granger will heat up the screen In MGM's re-make of "Scaramouche." . Donlta Granvllle and hubby Jack Wrather are building a new Beverly Hills home—$200.000 worth The lot cost $40,000. .Wrather produces movies and also owns a couple of Texas oil wells ... A San Fernando Valley eatery has a sign out front reading: "Crummy Cocktails —Sneering Service." Edmund Gwenn, who made (hose phony $1 bills In "Mr. S30," purchased tickets for a movie tin other night, slipped the cashier > «5 bill ana whispered: "ThU ont is real." COLDS .MISERIES? WHY DON T YOU TRY 666 It's difftrvnr. It'b limc- U"»U'd. Kvi-n if other*. failed you, try Ct>6. Hollywood Continued from Page 8 side any Hollywood gin mills. "I'm not that crazy," £»at said. "They'd be waiting for me to lay a bomb," ARGUS CAMERAS We've just been appointed your exclusive agency in Blytheville for Argus Camera* See our complete selection including the famed Areas C3 and Arsoflex. Come in today. BARNEY'S DRUG West Main Phone 3647 Tony Martin, recording Ills big hit. "There's No Tomorrow." for "Two Tickets to Broadway." grinned like Don Ameche when I asked a deep freeze. The fact Is, j him about the script. " " 1 can't even afford- to buy the i "Just great." he said. "It's about i time I got a good role in a movie I rreeze. Any way. what I was going to say is. if you want to plant a j strawberry patch, the suggestion Is I you set out the plants during thfe month o[ March and there is no need in buying some new berry with big fancy name. The Blakemore variety is still by far the most outstanding strawberry grown in Arkansas. » Last Laugh I H. L, Halsell at Promised Land bought a Ford tractor 4 years ago and said some of his neighbors laughed at him. Now, he has six and this is it. 1 ' * • * Jean Peters denies there'3 any shadow of Ihe studio dog house hanging over her assignment to Pox's -Take Care of ".My Little Girl" as second lead to Jeanne Grain. Explains livel"-eyed Jean: "1 begged to do this part. The girl's a sort nf Lucerzla Borgia and a switch for me. I'm usually afraid to talk ; to . studio people about a role. I haven't the nerve to walk into a producer's office and say, 'Hey. put me in your pic- more Ford tractors to go with It — and I guess he is laughin? nt. them. ! joncsboro, Monday. Dec. 4th. Clay iMaybe they are Ferguson tractors. M oore . from the University, will be I dont know the difference.) in lhis county December 5th to It-'s funny how farm opinions study the farmers' outstanding soy- vary so much. One man said such a tractor was just big enough for t a watch job ami another one win argue that a Ford tractor will plow more land than any other tractor made. Well, a'difference of opinion i is what makes the world go around.• I'll betcha one thing, if this war gets hotter, farmers will be clad to buy just any kind of tractor they can get. Dalci Farm Bureau presidents meet In bean storage program. All of Arkansas' County and Home Agents will be lu Little Flock Dec. 6th and 7th for a State Con- (erencc. The Soybean yield Contest will te hcM - ln Blytheville Friday night, Dec. B. The National Farm Bureau Convention in Dallas,, Dec. 10-1-1 Christmas — December 25th. Whoopee! Hope Santa brings me a pair of socks! On South Hiway 61 near Fertilizer Planl Phono 3I5S EVERY YEAR RUST takes a heavy toll of otherwise good farm cejuipmcm. A professional paint job, done in our shop, will stop ru.-i v-ots uncl increase the useful life of your machinery. RIGHT i\'OW is an excellent time ;o have it tlone. Before your implements, All-Crop Harvester, or other machinery go into the shed, be sure they are fully protected against damp winter weather. A PHONE CALL will schedule your job. Give us a ring. RADIO FLASHI lli'o to l>s NATIONAL FA(H >ND VOME HOU«. -M £,.,„( Mil^ell , , , [v,,, 5olL,4or UK PAUL BYRUM IMPLEMENT CO. "I Sell That Stuff" FUEL OIL! G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. Office and Bulk Plant — Promised Land PHON E—2089—PHON E Low-Cost FARM LOANS Long-term SAVE Money with the FARM INCOME PRIVILEGE Be SAFE with the PREPAYMENT RESERVE PUN tquitabte Society loom have thtse modern feo- lunt. Ask ut tor further details. No ob/igotion. TERRY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. 312 W Walnut Phone 2381 BlythevlUe IT'S SMART . . . • IT'S THRIFTY , , . IT'S PATRIOTIC . . . to. keep your shoei In good repair , , , , because SHOE REPAIR GIVES EXTRA WEAR H-flLT€RS FORD TRACTOR HAS THE PROOF-METER PROOF Before Your Eyes/ Alway*! Proof that your Ford Tmctor gives you the performance you paitl for. The c\ew Proof-Meter offers Just that! No other tractor manufacturer has ever given you anything like it. 5 INSTRUMENTS IN 1 ... Right ort Tractor Dashboard I Shows Fng/ne RPM. I*ts yon pick speeds for best pulling, greatest •conomy. IS Gone/ Always before you've had to guess, You'vt had to g\iess before you bought, and you've had to keep on guessing from there on. But not any more—not with the ford Tractor. PROOF not Promises! That's what the Ford Tractor offers you. Clear, undeniable proof before your own eyes. Not just promises. Here is the new- way to buy a tractor and the only way that makes it possible /or you to rcal^e the fullest obtainable profit from your investment. Standard on Every New Ford Tractor There's a lot more.to tell you about the Proof-Meter •—we've only hit the "high-spots" here! Vou owe il to y.Tiir*cIf to SEE the complete jtory. Right now we arc ready to give you A tractor demonstration unlike anything you ever saw before. Tractor Spe*cf. Enables yo» to bit and hold right travel speed for moving, spraying, etc. Shows PTO Speed. NOT you can keep PTO speeds right on th€ button for corn pickers, mowers, etc. Shows Beft Pulley Speed. No "speed counter" needed. Proof- Meter tells you where Von s«t throttle for sawing, grinding, etc Shows Hours Worked, Invaluable for records. Now you can knnte the Ford Tractor "works more hours—saves more hours." 122 East Main Phone 4404 Russell Phillips Tractor Co. South Hiway 61 ALLEN HARDIN, Mgr. , Russell Phillips Tractor Co. Manila J. A. Davis, Mgr. Blylheville HP 169 0£T YOt/GPKOOt &£MONSr#ATION TOOAYf

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