The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 3, 1947 · Page 11
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DAY, JULY 3, 1047 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN )f Farm Families of This fricultural Section. I Every Friday In the FARM NEWS-FEA1URES Sugffestona For Better Farming Featured For This Section's Progressive Farmers. ?st-Fo//owers Warned That uate Supply of Local Farm f Exists Throughout Nation iabor situation over the * w hole lias improved during the past two ling to Waller Cooper, ibor supervisor for Ihc f Arkansas College of a few sections during peak seasons there np- j adequate local labor, ' said. The wheat and Texa.s evidently have region of Kansas, Ok- I labor to handle the ?, he said, as no appeal s been received from I that county agents county [he stiiie are receiving cry day rcgiirdlng tlic small grains harvest, want to workTor wage. 1 ;, trucks want lo hiiul i limited number have id would like to follow for sonic time. that the Information received from the tann 'isors in Texas, Okla- Kansas indicate that nty of labor and that 4-H Girls May Win Awards for Dairy Food Exhibitions Three 4-H Club girls In cnch riualif.vinR county In Arkansas will receive honor medals this year lor showing community groups how to use dairy products to make appe'.iz- Ing. healthful dishes. One of tlio girls will he chosen as the Ijesl individual demonstrator nnd the olhar two as the top ranking team in ;he Brown 4-H Club Has Young Members From among tha various county winners. Ihe state extension office will select an .individual and a team as state champions. Each of ihc three state winners will get n $50.00 U. S. .Savings Bond award. Tlie above rewards for .superior records are provided in the 1047 4-H Dairy Focds Demonstrations by Kraft Foods Company. For ti>?ir Courier News I*rolo Shown above are Ihe officers of the Brown 4-H Club. Left to right front row—Clarence Uawson Jr.. prcsidenl; and Allic Lee Wullncc, club reporter. Hack row—Donald Matthews/ KOIIJ; captain; Irene Cornish, secretary; nnd Virginia Thrclkekl, vice-president. The; Drown club is one of the smaller "tniiiiliiB clubs" of North Mississippi County Its 23 members represent, almost every eligible member in the llrowr Square community. Because the ages of its members do not, pcrml their participation In county and state contests, the Brown club is not as active as Ihe larger clubs of the ccmi'ly. - ' combines are available Arkansas workers are • f-o to the harvests trn- now of a place ivhcrs : needed, he said, o exception, he pointed uthern panhandle area as about five millio'i icat and a short time considerable worker*, iitions are continually ire policy tha? Is your neigh• may not fi} ur require, ifs. We handle c h client's blems individ- iy both before ifter a fire. demonstrations, the girls may sei :ct Illinois FarmManaqcmcnt any dish or combination of dishes n . n,-,i *. , Professor Will Conduct Summer Course at U of A using milk, cream, cheese or butter. It is pointed out that by giving demonstrations. 4-H girls not, only strengthen their elub records, but gain self-confidence ami poir>e through speaking before publio T.J- dienccs. This is the eighth consecutive year of the activity. Last year's state champion individual demonstrator in Arkansas was Barbara LaRuc Mccord of Hurdy. The state's highest rating demonstration team members were Evleen Billiard and Billie Marie Hutchin- scn, both of Newport. County 'v. inners were namn-l in North Arkansas, Carroll, Clay. Cross. Izard, Jackson, Logan, Phillips. Polk, Pulaski, Benton. Dallas, Lawrence, Lonoke, Nevada, Pom- sett, Paririe, Saline, Scott, St. Francis, Washington and White counties. STINGI.ESS South American honey bees cannot sting. They drive off an intruder by swarming into his eyes, nose, ears, and hair, and crawling under his clothing. 'Read Courier News want Ads. changing, he said, and anyone preparing to leave should contact his county agent first. FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., July 3. — Dr. Robert c. noss, professor of fnrm management at the University of Illinois for more thnn 20 years, will be a visiting professor with the University of Arkansas College of Agriculture during the summer ses- lon. With the cooperation of members of the Rural Economics and Sociology Department, Professor Ross will conduct a special course on the elements of farm planning which the College is offering during the second semester of the summer session. The course has been arranged for agricultural instructors in the on-thc-job farn training program of the Veterans Administration. More than 100 instructors have already indicated that they wilt enroll. "Professor Ross is well qualified to conduct this course," Dean Lippert s. Ellis pointed out in announcing the appointment. "In addition to teaching several hundred veterans in his regular farm man- coordinator in the preparation of agement courses, he has acted as text material on economics for the Illinois o. I. in-service training program. The farm planning course will be conducted on a workshop basis. Assisting Professor Ross will be Pro- End of Fiscal Year Finds U.S. With Surplus WASHINGTON. July 3. (UP) — The government closed its books nf- fichilly yesterday on fiscal 1941 with a surplus in the treasury of $754 000,000. the first since 19UO and the second highest in history. Secretary of Treasury John \V. Snyder told a news conference the surplus has been used as n payment on tile nutiomil debt. The 1947 surplus compared with the all-time record surplus in 1027 of 51,155.000,000 and that of $731)000.000, 1030. Snyder sil.1 he was dcliijh'cd •vith Hie sushis: A year ago, he snid it appeared there would bo a deficit of u'juir $2,000.000UIU However, Budget Bureau cr,>:i-- mists misjudged tl:.; hlgli level of business and earnlr-iis. record-low unemployment, and continued high demand for manuf-ic:U:rcd and Inrm Goods which sent laves flowing inuj the treasury at record peacetime levels. demonstration Agent Offers CanningAdvice Miss Cora I,ce Colcinnii, county lonie dcmonxtnilioH imcnl tm 1 North -Mississippi County tcxluy warned housewives of llio c'jiiniy hat the wny to linvc i\ Ijcttcr nm- icrt product is to know Uic \im\>- cins of cnimlni; nud tliclr mis\vi>rs. Inflationary prices of foixtsLiffs oday nwlte canning nil the mine Important to Ilic housewife, .she snid. .The answers lo some of IM'Oblems o( c-niinlng lluu confront Mississippi County housnvlvci ire listed bclosv. S of liquid In Jiu-s inuy Ijc caused by: (1) not pre-cooklnii the product Ions enough; (2) using ni old product; CD ]>ackluK In the J.u too tightly; (4) not lowing 011011-4) heiidsuscQ; (SI not removing ,ii bubbles; (Gi not keeping Ilic pros sure even durliiK processing; <7 opening (lie pet cock before in pressure falls to zero; nml (&) cool Ing the pressure too fast. Loss of color nmy result from: (1) using the wrong vnrlely for cunning; (2) trimming the producl an thut It loses color (lurlnrj washing or cooking; (3) using old products; (*> exposing canned products to light mid (51 keeping canned products loo long. Flouting of fruit oflcn results from: (1) packing the fnilt cold; (2) pocking loo closely; (3) not prc-cooklng cnoUKh before pncklim; (4) using over-ripe fruit; (5) nut, using u nick in the bottom of tlio processing vessel; (l>) over processing; nnd (7) using n sirup Hint bj too heavy. Darkening In canned products my be the result of: (1) using Hlo«'d suit; (2) using Iron vessels or tonsils In 1 prrpiirJui; thi! proctuet; I) using water which contains Iron; •U exposing products to air before iinnlng; ir>l not covering product:! •ith lltgnUI; nil over processing; 7) using iminiilnrc products, ,>s- icclnlly corn; nml ill) spotliujo. .and Office Business ifumps in Arkansas LITTLE HOCK, Ark., July 'J. TJP) — Hccclpls In Iho slate land office "or tin 1 first .'U months or 1!M7 vere $70,0(1(1 less Ilian lhi< .same per- la.st yeai', (jlamlu A. Hanklii, stale land commissioner, .said lo day. Total Income from lax stiles and redemptions was SntMHM. Tlie first six inonlhs of last year, the receipts totaled $10a.:i2U. liankin said that the drop wns n KOT1CK <)]•' GHANTIXG OF I.IGUOIl I'EHMIT Notice is hereby given that the Commissioner of Revenues of the __ _ ~~ __ ~_^_ ~SLiilc of Arkansas has issued n psr- gs are money-every one you Jan means extra money for you* YOUR GRAIN WITH A REAL PIG BUILDER ...especially made for sows and little pigs. A little goes a long way in helping (o build big, thrifty litters. SOW & PIG CHOW HAND SPRAYERS Several sizes for home and livestock use. PRESSURE SPRAYERS * 3'/i Gallon Capacity. nit No. 190 to East End lo sell and dispense vinoiis or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as 100-114 S. Second, Hlythevillc, Ark. • This permit issued on the 1 day of July. 1D47 and expires on the 'JO day ol June, 1948. Russell K. Marr Permittee 7|3-10 Hybrid Seed Corn CROWN Fon ARKANSAS i'ec Your Denlcri OWKN'S THACTOU CO. llljthuvlUc it. A. <:im.mti:ss l.inichville 11AKVEY S1STE11S K.IMI., I.l'iiohvlll,, . MIS SCO IMW.KM11NT CO. OsccoU LICE WILSON CO. Wilson ood Indication ol the general pro- perlty in Arkunsas. More land- tt-ners h.ive been nblc to pay their axes. Head Courier News y in it Ads. ITS ORIGIN Our word "map" .come* from » word the H^omans used for "napkin," and today we're still draw-. Ing maps on restaurant napklni nnd tablecloths, • CASH Y«uG«l $100 $150 $200 $300 '$500 $750 Monthly Faymtnli For UMonlhit $9.25 13.88 18.50 27.75 46.25 69.3 B $1000 | 92.50 Jln<lM4«f O*4ILIf« Insurance MONEY AT ROCK BOTTOM RATES For Old Debit Home Repairs Doctor's Bilk Taxes You Name If 122 W. ASH ST. BIYTHEVIUE GENERAL CONTRACT, PURCHASE CORPORATION It's a Big Temptation BUT... COMiiiiMiiS, when u farmer comes in waving his check book ami pleads, alinosl willi tears in his eyes, for a Masscy- Harris Tractor, Combine, or oilier machine — it's in awful temptation not to lake all thai tin- law allows. Bu» our policy hat been ... li ... and will be to nil only at Ihe established price, plus, of court*, reasonable tervice and handling charges. Nor will we ask or have we askeil any prospect to make a deposit on n machine unless there is a fairdiancc of making delivery within a reasonable time. Ami remember, for your •protection, new Massey-llarris products arc sold only through authorized Masscy-Iiarris service dealers. We believe that these policies arc sound. Only by being fair with our customers can we hope to establish, build, and maintain n permanent business and merit the confidence and .respect of the farmers of this community whom we want u friends as well as customers. Yours for more of those good Masscy-Harris. products at -« fair price. Sco us for repair work, steam cleaning, and all adjustments to your farm machinery. '6V Implement Co. No. Highway 61 Corl Wallace Phone 2142 Bob Smith fcssor Virgil n. Fielder and Mr. C. A. Moore of the College of Agriculture stalf. 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