The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 29, 1946
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FRIDAY, MARCH 2f>, Suggestons For Better Farming Featured For This Section's Progressive Farmers. BLYTHEVIU..rc (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FAGBIWl FARM NEWS-FEAJ URES Suggestons For Better Farming Featured For This Section's Progressive Farmers. , \ Bureau Places Cattle These Workers Got 774 Members In Farm Bureau Drive Registered Jerseys Are Distributed In Conway County Prospects for the development of an mereiused numl>er of outstanding nerds of purebred Jersey cattle in Conwuy County were brightened Friday, March 2'2, when SO liciul of fine, registered Jerseys \vere clislrib- ulctl iU Morrillon lo farmers, 4-H CUifo members, FFA boys, and re- luming 1 veterans, under Ihe spnji- sorship of the Conway County Farm Bureau. ReaU'/iiif" that ]nire!>recls are liifih- ly beneficial in continuing <b\iryint, for a well-balanced""" agriculture, Farm Bureau official:; have (banned this cattle project for .several weeks us a feature, in. the furtherance of building up the agricultural resources ol Conway County. Approximately a hundred farmers, 4-H Club members, FFA boys, and veterans, for whom the cattle had been designated, yathL-reil at, the courthouse in Morrillon Friday morning for tlie opening ceremony prior to the distribution ol the purcbrcils. Speakers at. tin meet i tig included George RerUnon. president of the Conway County Farm Bureau, who told the future owners what the plans were in re yard to the distribution of OIL bjoodcd herd; J. L. Sadler gave in l/.nmatinn concerning pastures; L Cothorn, County ;Agcht/ talked o tare and brooding of the Jerseys and R. H. bickenhorst, president the First Slate Bank, Morrilton, in speaking of the financial program for the cattle purchasers, stated, "This may be the first business venture for many of you 4-H members. Your success in this project will, indicate many of your future successes." In formulating plans for selection of owners for the purebred cut tie, leaders of the County Farm Bureaus, assisted by the county tigcni and assistant county agent, contacted various fanners, 4-H members, FFA boys, and veterans in various sections of the county. Re- ... gard was given especially to avail- do. ability oE feed for the cat!In, pas- of lures, and,' in general, to places best suited for proper care of the animals. Prom this survey and solicitation, 75 applications were received for the Jerseys, many applicants desiring two rather than one of the registered stock. The surplus 2-1 applicants may receive the desired slock nt a future date, .according to leaders of the Comvay County Farm Bureau. A keen eager- ne.s,s for the pnrebreds was shown by veterans of the county have returned to the farm. Believing that young owners of t ^Zj^rcbreds would probably exhibit n fjhoi's progressive interest in the blooded stock. Farm Bureau leaders selected first the -1-H Club and FFA applicants for those to purchase the r ractor Owners Attend Meeting •/ere Tuesday The deiileiv's responsibility to the ui'clin.wr of Fwcl-Kerunson tnic- >r.s nili'l l-Vi'BUKon Implements ol end wllll II"' purchase, u ( owners of thrsa Iriiclors nix qulpmcnl WHS loUl ill n meellnif 'uesilay nluh( ill Hit nusscll 1'hll ll» Tractor Company showrooms Wnlinit n ml Fifth streets. 'HiB meothiu wns lii'Ul fov Ihe impose of BciiHiilnlliiK new owners and reln-shlni! uUl owners of Kord-KorHiison i'(|iil|>niunt will) tint proper maintenance in order ihul (hoy nilylit ohtiiln Ilio utmost In RiMul Courier News Wunl Adj. .,..,,, • answer period wu h«l<l with Mr.'. rs " u -V • Griffith mid Mr. Burton In cb*r«e.' Two pictures, "Talcing sldw With Allowing' {lie form.1 pK^V iiuire." and -Flexible F»rmU>ir ,,.; ibecllc and ^ O i d ^nkTwr* •Ith itiii PCM Biison System," were sc rvcd lo Uic 15 r0 *ner s and gU*»U. liowu by B. H. Clrlffltl) and Wll- T1 ,|, mec i|ng wai the second lam liurlon repri-actUnllm of ,„ mmlul , l ven t, of • mm jenlws Tractor ami Equipment , , , ,, b • tnc local dealer. Co.. Memphis. illBtrllnilors for Oils ' _ ' Zldrbcr shops were Iruttltaf After rewording prices for both ^ wo i) r aircraft factories ft'iu'i's and KneMs » ([iKvslkm uml Sll v(< workers' lime. * l»r> U# FLOORS RERINISHED N«w Floors Laid and Firirahed. : Make Your Old Floors Look New—Modern SmrtUff Kquipiuent Used. Call 469 for Fr«* EutimaU Deal's Point & Wallpaper Store Points, Wallpaper, Slats-0-Wood Awnimgt I So. tint "We Clean »nd W»* Fl«on" •!*••• «•»„ IM —tlourier News jilinto If North Mississippi County Is. successful In rcia-hlng lt« membership gofilof 2.000 In the Faun Umeuu mtnpntgn now underwuy n shun; of tile credit will no to I he Ulythovlllo cniunilttcc, plcluml iibove. who rccciHly topprd t'leli cniot.i nnd wrn- rcwnrded with n steixk supiwr given by the committee thnlniinn 1 . I-.. O. Nirsh. who fxtlflUrt his promise to be host lost week «t Hotel Noble "Her the committee had met his chnllcnge to enrol 100 members. The workers came ill) with n lolnl of 774 for BlythDVlllc. Shown In the picture nre: iront low. left io rlijlit: Wyllc Smith, liolaml Green. Juck Finluy Uoblnson. J. I.ouls Cherry Mr. Nash. Hill McDnniels, Chris Tompklns, Russell linrliam mm Keltli Dilbrey. Top row, left to right: FttUler Perry, A. C. Owens. F. B. Joyner, .1. L. Terrell, Ed Sincy. D. O. West. W. C. ItlyBlnson, Jim Sinolhormon ami Paul Foster. Absent when Ihe plunre was made was J. I... Clumi and' Russell Phillips. "Thli i-s one time when paylnt' off is n pleasure!" remarked Mr, Nash, shown In the picture to the lefi. when he ".shelled out" for the steaks to JCKsee Stilt, mumiK^f or Hotel Noble. approximately $10.000. Notes were signed by the prearranged puvchas- PVS and endorsers at the fair ground n J?I|ICL;IIVII t IIFKI 1*1- MI>- .,.•(-.._.....- 1.1 a »uiu <_in.ii/i.iv.i ,1 nv I.LH, ..LI* b . the County Farm Bureau and, prior lo the animals being trnns- lurnl Extension Service, and L. Co- theru, county a[>ent. made a five- day inspection tour :\t Hie expense purchased the Jerseys. The 51 Jerseys, including 10 producing cows ind the remainder bred heifers, were purchased from cattle breeders of Southwestern Missouri and Northwestern Arkansas. In the distribution or tlie cattle, it was agreed that each buyer should not ..„ breed the purebred in his possession, nnd that at all times the greatest care in housing and feeding would be given the nninial. At any future day it the owner should dispose of his Jersey, this vould be done with the consent of he Conway County Farm Bureau so that arrangements can be made Veterans wore next on the heifers, list. In the initial plans for the county registered cattle program. W. II. Fiser of MorriUon, a member of the Conway County Farm Bureau was highly instrumental in formulating procedures. The project became a major factor in Conwa} County Farm Bureau program sooi after the beginning of the year. Various cattle breeders were contacted for information in regard to the projects. A committee of two, Hobart Jones and Louis Oates of Morrilton. representing tfco County Farm Bureau, 'accompanied by Paul Car- feircd to their new homes. Wide interest in purebred stock among veterans returnini; to the farm in Conway County has been exhibited through the leadership of Sam N. Bradley, lield agriculture in on-thc-jub program under the G. I. Bill of RlRliLs. Mr. Bradlcy's work and -leadership among veterans of the county is coordinated with the County Agent's program of work. In connection with the distribution of the cattle, the Conway County Farm Bureau sponsored the vaccination of the young purebreds fo black leg. Matrons Make { Market Pay In Small Town BERUYVILLE—Fourteen Carroll aunty home demonstration elnu embers solved the problem of suit- ble markets by opening a curl) arkct last fall. Though a town of 700 is ordinarily hot considered a ood risk for a farm women's market, they have madp good. Home Demonstration Agent E1IM- eth .1. Suess reported that up to maintain a pure blooded stock. :- The Conway County Farm Bnreai Board members and officers of in this project to bring about the County Farm Bureau, in CD-("widespread betterment, of eattl operation with the First State Bank, ' - '— '-•"•-— Morrilton, borrowed the money from the bank for the initial purchase of the cattle, this amount to be retired by individual purchasers of the cattle by. means of outright purchase, or by notes lo the bank by the purchaser. Each person who borrowed money for the purchase of an animal signed an individual note and endorsed by a parent, if the purchaser were a minor, as in the case lock, is one of Ihe leading Count 'arm Bureaus in such endeavor t is expected that such a prograi vill result In a greatly htjprovcc stock o( the future. of -5-H members, and by Farn Bureau member. All 51 head o the cattle were distributed and dowi payments amounting lo $2500 were made yesterday by buyers of til ruth, extension dairyman, Agrlcul-anlmals. The cattle are valued at Notice is hereby given that Mi Minnie Strickler and Mrs. Mar Arnold have made application erect a Frame building 20' x 54' o a lot &0' x 150', said lot being carv out of irregular lot IB in the SE SWK 10-15-11. Said building to used as a Beauty School. Any pi son. from the Monre community made slutted toys and buby sweat ere. soakers and bootees, auU sold Diem around Christmas. Mrs. Ellis Hradley. Dmicli uoinmu ulty, has a market for all tlie whll> piny cream she can brlni;. The word "war" means "« want more cows" In Hie Sunsl'.r angunge. low cnturp votnen icallh. novcd 12 of the women feel theh justified. One of __ the dropped out because of 11 and another because she away. At first, several of Watittomafa, t/vm hac Here's how— be »ure to mate pwiodic inspections . . . lubricate regularly . . . keep tirea properly inflRted and, above all let our factory-trained servicft man give your John Deere tractor and equipment a thorough check-over. It will come buck to you just about like new with plenty of power and pep for many addi- lionnl hours or hart! work. Remember, these are diiyfi of equipment shortage. "New Kooila ure hard to get. Wlmtyouhavt wtiatuc made to last. Come in the noxt time you're in towfl. Titlk with our service man • about thw complete overhaul service. You I) Be pleased with tlie completeness ... the good work ... tl\e results you gel, Don t delay —usk us about Una service loday. Missco Implement Go. OBCKOLA ONLY GENUINE JOHN DEERE REPAIR PARTS Immediate CASH Available lest should be made in writing and filed with the City Clerk. ' PRANK WHITWORTH City Clerk. 3I2G-12 he women were skeptical, but they lave found the market provides fun ... well as a regular outlet for lieir products, Ihe home agent related. Ttie market is open on Saturday from 10 o'clock in the morning until 2:30. Business is more brisk in Ihe morning and Ihe best of the offerings iire usually sold before lunch. The women have sold some the leftovers, like cg(;s. cakes and pics, to a local cafe. They sell everything from home- Read courier News Want Ads. . baked bread to mistletoe from their I own trees and water cress from creeks on their farms. One of the rules of the market is that each woman sell only products from her own place or her own handiwork. Several of Hie women have dcvcl-l oped specialties. Mrs. .). C. Richard-T C.OOD/YEAR EXTRA-MILEAGE RECAPPING Save tires, time, troubl» with recapping. All "work by experts using factory melhods and famous Gooti- year processed materials. One Tire of four . . . . we'll loan you used tires to r i d e on FREE of charge while we recap yours. Don't wait for symptoms ^ coxnm GOOD/YEAR 470 W. Mmin , Pftom 2492 You wouldn't attempt to raise chicks without a house or brooders or feeders and fountains or fcfid. We think there's one more item that should be on hand all the time, for if you get cccal coccidiosis. yoa'ra going to lose chicks. That item isCOXITROU COXITROL, if used in lime, will help prevent coccidiosis. Or, if the disease docs get started, COXITROL will help, reduce death losses. Don't wait for symptoms—, use COXITROL. Use it in rainy, damp weather especially, for that is coccidiosis weather. This is the place to get COXITROL —and get it nowt FARMERS, ATTENTION Start Your Campaign for Pest Control Now! We have the proper DDT Solutions to meet every Need and Safeguard Your Stock. SEE US TODAY! WOODS DRUG STORE Where Tilythcville Meets ROY WOODS — OWNERS — UALI'H NICHOLS 2JU .West Main St. Phones 507-SOS You'll find this n Friendly, Understanding Bank and the vacant chair beside each officer's desk Is a silent Invitation for you to sit down and talk over your baslncss problems ullli them at any time. We'll try to help you. i - A • For Livestock Loans • For Crop Loans ,' • ' ' \ V ' ' i • For Cotton Production Loans *•' When you Farmers need Jo borrow money you arc interested 'in gel-ling the CASH . . . without complicated delays. Here at THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 30 years of agricultural experience have given us a clear understanding of YOUR PROBLEMS and we try to solve them tor you as Quickly and Simply as'possible. • ; A National Bank is a COMMERCIAL BANK with a primary HV tcrest in helping farmers in more successful Production and marketing of their crops. That is why you should see us—the only National bank in Mississippi County—for tk« type of loon you need . . . streamlii»«4 for your convenience. Come in ... Let's Talk It Over! The First National Bank THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ^ MEMBER fEDEKAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER F.D./.C. '

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