The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1950 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 1, 1950
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FW»AY, DECEMBER 1, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TAGE THTRTEEH Winter Posses By Quickly Window Garden Hobbyists Amateur gardeners may practice (hell- hobby all winter, gaining both pleasure and valuable experience, by forcing flowers Into bloom for R window garden. A great variety of flowers 'may be forced into bloom indoors with little trouble. Arranged on shelves near a sunny window, they, will keep fresh throughout the winter the memory of summer days. Experience in growing flowers indoors is of value in outdoor operations, too. The gardener sees at close hand the progress of the plants, and learns how gratefully they respond to Intelligent care. The easiest plants to grow indoors are tlie fall bulbs, both the hardy kinds, \vlilch are grown in gardens, and tender varieties which will not stand our winters, but grow vigorously indoors. Some of them need patting Ir soil, others can be grown in bowls with fibre, moss, or even pebbles, and water. Select them accordln: to the experience you have had and the attention you are willing to give Uicm, It is easiest (a grow those which flower in pebbles »nd water, but more Interesting, and &. better test of your gardening skill, bring into (lower those which require soil. Most bulbs can be grown in soil, smaller number in fibre, «nd slill' fewer in water with pebbles, or moss. To begin with the latter, they include the lender narcissi known as Paper Whites (white), Soliel d'Or, (yellow), and Chinese sacred lilies; the larger size hyacinths, and lilies ol the valley. In bulb fibre, which Is a mixture of peat and plant food, it Is possible to grow tu bowls without, drainage all the abo\'c, together with daffodils, early tulips, crocuses, frccslas calla lilies ,grape hyacinths and MASSEY- HARRIS Not a Single Labor Strike in 103 Years! We can give you immediate delivery on all sizes of MASSES- HARRIS tractors. We invite you to come in today and discuss your farming needs with us. THE "61" IMPLEMENT CO. N. Highway 61 Phone 2142. S. & W. Implement 1 Co. in Leachville Program Fixed For 32nd Annual AFBF Convention Control of Inflation And Threat of War To Be Main Topics The threat o( war. Inflation con ol, and measures to fjear Hit na- on's agriculture to the defense 'ef- rt are high on the list of topics heduled Cor discufsion and action hen the American Kami Burem ederation holds its 32nd nnnua .eetlng In Dallas, Dec. 11-14. Policy resolutions to be adoptee i the Tinal day of tlie conventioi 111 guide the organization's course or the year ahead. Delegates from states and Puerto Rico, repie- cnUng nearly a million and a air farm families, will act on the esolutions after hearing addresses wide range of current Issues y nationally prominent speakers. Convention week will start with vesper service Sunday. Monday ill be taken up with a Joint com- nodity conference In the morning, o be followed by separate afternoon conferences on livestock, field crops, dairy, fruit* and vegetables, and poultry. Women to Meet Also scheduled [or Monday are he annual meeting of the Associated Women of the American Farnl Bureau Federation, the National Rural Youth Conference, and conferences on organization, insurance, service cooperatives, safety, and tax and legislative problems. General sessions, to b« held >t f Slate Fair Auditorium In Dallas, will get underway Tuesday, when Allan B. Kline of the American Farm Bureau Federation will deliver his snnual address and Secretary Roger Fleming will give his annual report. Tuesday and Wednesday will be taken up with a full speaking program Including addresses by Presidential Assistant W. Ave:ell iiarrlman, Governor Allan Shivers o? Texas, Henry Ford II CIO Secretary James B. Carey, Senator Allen J. Ellender of Louisiana Representative W. R. Poage of Texas, and Dean William I. Myers nf New York 8tat« College o! Agriculture. The Wednesday evening session will feature an address hy Mrs. Raymond Sayre, president of the Associated Women of. the AFBF and of the Associated Country Women of the World. Also on Wednesday evening Distinguished Servlc Awards »ill be conferred on thrc men who have marie outstanding contributions to American agricul ture, and the AFBF citizenship award will be presented to the stal Farm Bureau which did the bes Job In getting out the vote In Ih 1950 primary elections. Thursday, the final day of th convention, will be devoted to dls cusslon mnd action on resolutions and election of members to th Board of Directors. Built to Fit a Boy's World. Lilt!* boyi, in ipit* ol lh« olJ rhyme, ore not mad* of "mips and snails and puppy-dog fails" — not * bH ol ill Th« Iruth oi lh« maU«i i* that ttltU boys are mad* up mottly cf heart and imagination. You see, every fcoy i« • dreamtr. He lives in a v^orld all his own, a world that, to him'is as big and real 43 file ilsett, « wotld that ii full ol wonderful thing* quil*. IrwisibU lo us matter-of-fact adulli. And, it's to hi jusl such a world— your bay's \vorld—that John Deeis offers a line of zealislic farm implements in miniature, pint-she layt for [he playland farm. Each loy— traclor, spreader, wagon, plow, and dislc harrow—is buill to tcale with Ihe teat thing. Now—in time for Christmas and while Iheieh still a complete selec- lion—get youi fcoy some of (hesw small-scale implements at out store. (tncidenlally, Ihey "go over" with lols ol girls, loo.) Buy Toy JOHN DEERE Implements Now LITTLE HELPER—Colleen Mary Btvcn, five years old, of Waverly, III., does her best lo feed a two-day old Coniedale lamb at the International Livestock Exposition in Chicago. The lamb—which doesn't seem to cure much about the bottle—is owned by Wcalcy Wooden of Davis, Calif. (AP Wiicphoto). Two Arkansas 4-H Youths Honored For Best Records in Achievement Slate-Wide recognition has been ccorded Pat CSibbs, 21, of Fort mith, and Elwanda Doyle, 16, of Newport. Each will'receive an ar- stic pair of miniature statues sym- olizing achievements from the Na- ional Committee on Boys and Girls :iiib Work. Farm Youth Exchaiftc Program, an ixceptlonal honor which rounded ml 10 years in 4-H work. Olher achievement* Include a trip to the 048 National <-H Club Congress for Chicken Group Organizes for National Meet You have a lot of money invested in farm machinery. We wont you to know that one^ of the most important things in our business is helping you lo pro-: ted and get the most out of your investment. To do tlm we offer you IH 5-Star Service. Our IH 5-Star Service gives you 5-VVny protec-j t\on of your investment... makes your farm machines last longer.! Here are the five reasons why: (1) We Have IH-Trained Servicemen. (2) We Use IH-Approvcd Equipment. (3) Our Service Work is of Blue Ribbon Quality. (•!) We Use IH Precision Parti. (5) W. Check and Inspect Your Farm Machines Without Charge. See u« today and always for IH 5-Sl'ar Setvice. Sincerely yours,, II * * * * *^l S-SYAR I (VICE ) SERVICE his swine project, 1949 president o Ills state 4-H council, and trip win ner lo the American Royal in Kan sas City as outstanding 4-H camper pat's 17 projects have grossed him more than $31,000, proof enough o his successful application to 4-1 work. His local activities Includ Pat sailed for England In IDigl «« impressive array of offices In 4-H delegate in the International and Farm Bureau work. "* ~ Elwanda's achievement nns coin irough a love 01 competition. She iters every available contest with feeling that she mny not al- ays be a winner. Nonetheless she as won first place In all but one f her dcmonslrations, and has laced flrsi In the county in all the rcss revues. In 1950, Ehvandn was afety chairman In the county 4-11 oilncll. Her 61 projects have netted er a total of over S'i.OOO. This national 4-H awards pro- ram Is conducted under the dircc- lon of the Extension Service of the State Agricultural College and USDA cooperating, 312 South 2nd Phon* 6863 Arkansas Youth Wins Soil Award CHICAGO, Dec. 1—As a reward] for his constructive efforts In soil; saying, 15-year-old Harold R. Blev- : Ins has been named the top Arkansas state winner in the 1850 National 4-H Club Soil and Water Conservation awards program. Harold's award Is a gold watch engraved with his name provided by The Firestone Tire 4: Rubber Company. The program is conducted by the Extension Service of the State Agricultural College with USDA cooperating. Top Price tor Steer CHICAGO. Dec. t. (/T)—Hotclman Albert Pick yesterday paid a record high »12 a pound for "Big Spring Special," the grand champion steer of the 1950 International Livestock Exposition. SPEINODALE. Ark., Nov. 24.— A Chlckcn-of-Tomorrow Association, with headquarters In Fayetteville, has been organized to entertain 20.000 visitors expected tor the 1951 National Chicken-of-Tomorrow Program. It is scheduled Cor Payetteville the week of June 11-16, 1951. , Meeting In session here Thursday night, the Bard of Director! adopted 'a tentative $30,000 hnngcl to coyer promotional expenses o: the event. This is" in addition tc the'$20,000 budget adopted severa months ago for construction of twi brooder houses on the Onlverslt; Experiment .Station farm, scene o the national contest. Kirk Hale, secretary-treasurer o the Board, said funds will be raise through sale of memberships In Ih Association. These will be availnbl lo business firms In Arkansas an the Ozark region, all of whom ar dependent upon Ihe continued pros perily of the broiler area . Jeff D. Brown, of Sprlngdale, was named lo the Board of Directors succeeding Hugh Webb, of Pea Ridge, who asked to be relic v id ot these duties. Tentative plans call for a beauty contest, a parade, scenic lours for ont-of-statc visitors, and other entertainment Among promotional devices used will be posters, ja'.est postcards, motion pictures, radii broadcasts, and news and feature slories. Concrete Culvert Tile Slici <p to 36 In. Corrugated Metal Culverts Sizes «p lo 84 In. Concrete Septic Tanks' Metal Septic Tanks Sewer Tile B«l Trice* , We Deliver A, H, WEBB Hlghwaj SI at Stale Line Phnne 714 T. 1. SEAY MOTOR CO. for dependable Repair Service 121 East Main Phone 2122 FRIEND FARMER Owning and operating an automobile affords a. lot of pteaiure, hut there Is much danger on the road. Tlie hazard is too tre»t a risk—with Tour life, cslale, and savings at stake. Why ran th* risk when we can protect you for 15.000/10,000 Liability, $5,00* Property Damage (or only 523,38 per year. Just Call W.M. BURNS INSURANCE Phone 3361 scillos. In pots with soil all the above can be grown, together with all garden tulips and narcissi, amaryjlls and hyacinths. From this list one may select, pleasing assortment- ol colors and shapes, to decorate the winter garden. By starting bulbs In succession, bowl or pot may be replaced a soon LS Its flowers fade and ti mi 0115 display maintained throughout the season. MISSCO IMPLEMENT CO. South Hiway 61 Phone 4434 Finland's Frozen Assets Unblocked Dr. Lindquist CHIROPRACTOR Phone 3170 615 Chickasawba WASHINGTON. Dec. 1. Wl— Attorney General McQrath yostordny - announced a complete unblocking of con- Finnish assets frozen In this country during World War II. The blocking action was Uken against the U.S. properties of cltl- zcns of a score of friendly foreign countries In 1941 to prevent their possible use by enemy governments These assets were progressively released after the war when Individual investigation showed no ene- my-lnlnt In the properties Involved Officials said today's order affects less than $1.000.000, mostly tn accounts In New York banks. Lignite comprises about a third of the nation's solid fuel. CHeCIOEReOARP CHUCKLES- From Your Purina Dealer * MA, HOW ARE YOUR PULLETS JU5T THINK ILL TAKE A LOOK. WELL ILL BETHOUGHT WAS JOKIN' DOINON THAT NEW PUtllNA HIGH ENERGY PLUS JUST FINE LAYING THEIR HEADS OFF! MORE EGGS from LESS FEED No, Ihey won't really lay their heads o|( on Ike new Purina High Energy Plus Laying Chows—bul these new ralkms are buill lo pro. duce.more eggs lhan ever before on less Purina jeed! We have'em! Phone 1493 L.K.AshcraftCo. * Chtrry If You're a Progressive Farmer s$ You Should Read This! Your Jack Robinson Implement Company has oliUined exclusive rights tn the distribution of what we believe to he the hest and most advanced disc harrow on (he market today. .. AI.KXANDRA DISC HARROWS. We have slocks to give you exactly the type hcst filled lo your needs, and wan I ymi lo come Ijy and see Ihis disc harrow or heller slill, give us a ring and we'll come right out and give you a demonstration anywhere, nnylimc. We're sure thai when you see Ihis disc in the field you'll be jusl as enthused as we with its efficient operation. Alexandra Drag Type Heavy Duty 6'-9" Spacing 20" Cutout Blades Alexandra Drag Type General Purpose 6'-7" Spacihg 20" Cutout Blades Alexandra Lift Type General Purpose 6'-7" Spacing 20" Cutout Blades A Lift Type Cutting Disc Harrow MULTI-PURPOSE HEAVY DUTY DISC HARROW 6'-9" Spacing 20" Cutout Blades This is what you've been waiting for. Call Us For a Demonstration at Anytime! *y- Jack Robinson Imp. Co. BLYTHBVILI.E PHONE 2371 Also Your Ferguson Dealer in Oseeola

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