The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 18, 1947
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V 'V'*,, roum BLVTHEVILLE (ARE.)'"COUBIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1947 sr,.', Saiieatons for.' Better Farming "fwktufiwFFor This Section's} Pro- j ( NEWS-FEA7 Published Every ' Friday Iii r t he Interest of Farm Families of Thia Agi'icullurul Section. Received in Jaycees' Jirst Annual Soybean Contest for Mississippi County Farmers '|.">rMernbers : of the'AKricuHtirc Committee of the Hlythe- Junior Chamber of Commerce announced loiV.vy lications Cor entry in Mississippi-Co that iua".of V 21 "applications for entry in Mississippi-County's firet annual Soybean Yield Contest, have hccn received '•~i rfhese 21 fcrme'rs, mostly frcmi..^ ; •— '"• ~ Ncrt'h Mississippi County, vjHl vie '(or! W« $1CO cash priz3 iind the Edj Cntz trophy offered..-' to.^fne firs? p'aia winner of the'evcnt;? 1 i Second Place winner •*-'*ttH:' rc ~ eei»e S75 in cas!i and 'thlrd-rPJaeo Dinner \\-iU receive J25''.',<; .i-Jf.i. : J >Mcnitcis of tho cc:nm;itee ;St&g-^ "Inf( the contf-t liste:! five miui Qbjcollves for the event. They {IK to find wlirt contribute!: u> good yields; <2) keep farmers poll-1 ed'cn ;top yielding varieties;o <3> i cot still larger percentage, p!. f ? v " n-ers to urc s-ybnnns iniolaUon; U)'increase total S3y'6:<in jiruduc- iioh and valiUrof.' l'-'° county ond (51 hj'f/j ^-the .county gain National recognition.". University fo Be Site for Farm Bureau Meeting FAYETTEV1LU!, Ark., July IR. — A IraininB conference for county Farm Bureau officers will be held on (he campus of the University oi Arkansas from August 12 to 4-H Members Stress Farm Safety Week 4 1 j Jki——*, A vi i win I fommlttcc show lliat 1.237 counties -rl IWeOl A\nilTIQI (ll 45 s t a t cs named medal winners Program Awards Are increased In Die 1946 program, as compared with 731 counties In 40 states in 1937. Each state winner receives an educational trip to the 4-H Club Congress In Chicago, six national, win- • M-n-ters of the .Tpy'-ib'is 1 ' . Agriculture>ii>ce v. l iii"4c}/'o.'! jiid^es - ir-vsufd pncr i'o .August 15,': Wlm>-ts of Ilia contest/.will l)o f.iinoiiDced -at ' lhe :: flral. ' Jaycee jrtRCtinC" ; !> December. "• ," ^ . ' EHta-ie's In IheVconteKl^inelude 524-; •jjrndfml, of .'Kclser: ' Shorty Rertor-'i'iid C. li. .Whistle of-Rose- 'i'nirt- 'a.' A. Ilaic, the- BurdeUe. '"[Plnnl.-Ulon. nncl H. C. Weather:; cc i of 'FiurdHte; .). M. Slevcns. of Del!, V!i'?il R- Johnson, E'irl Wi'dy. "U'l F S. Ito''bli:s, of L-cachvil "".i',1 W :?•(, .!. N- Emotherman, Cii'xlwcll «ml Davis Cl :n Irs \,. Wyllc, V")i:'Q D'XTI r.<-i if S'.lllUl. Carl W',1- Inc--,' W.-slpy Htnilinps, lirx Wnr- irn. n:ul Leslie Moore, iv'l of Dly- thevile. Demi Ll|))ieit a' of the College qj; Agrlculluri; iinnounced today. Tlie conference, nnaiiK«l by officials of the slate Fanti Bureau, will begin at noon on August 12. and last until. Ausmt !•»• Included on the.program, in ntldilion to rcijulav on Farm "Wnlch Yoiii Stepl" That nd- vice, effectively used by railroads, is being Impressed upon rural fa- ! Gills Ulub Work has Sectional awards In the National 4-H Meat Animal Program have „<,,,,- se j cctcd fru'ti the state, repre- been cloiiiiled Ihls year, Ihe. Na- . •- _•_.,_. _A;.«._^ __.. tlcniil Committee on Boys and Boys announced. sentatlves are awarded IZUOOO col- scholarshlps. Cub Tractor Demonstrated Near Yarbro More 11(111.50 people were on I lie , Delta Implement Company! i. demonstration ot the uew.J lightweight tiuclor. the "CuV. These on hand witnessed Ihe prowess of tfie sinsu'l, four-cylinder machine as it dcnionslrated its usefulness with both cultivators and disk harrows. 'fills was the first of two denv on ti itions of the new tractor, tlfi second being held at 'the •AS fi.irin this inonilng. millcs by 4-H Club members is a | As a result, Ihe Iwo highest scor- slogaii lor National f"arni Salily Week, July SO-26. • •, The warning Is given as a I'e'i'ilt of farm and home surveys whirii show that falls injure more farm people lhan any oilier type of ,ic- mntli'.is, cident. Fiills on s'iilrs und,.steps will bo a loiu- "f tho main B:(|:eri-,»r from vehicles aiv the most rom- i.ien't aiation farm and :• field tri;> moil, many of ivM'ch are, duj ui of soil conservation work In Wiisli- i ciirclcssness ana disorderly ,-^idi- Ington County to be followed by .1 «"n of stairways, worksnops ati:l lor- . ayrrds. V.-JU Hoi)!,o Demonstration Kl the Armorel Hotel with Mrs. Taft Inst burbrqiic at IJike Wcdlinjton. University I'reslclenl l.e»ls W. Jones will address Hie liioup nl a. banciiict 'J'ucsdny niyht. Faun Bureau officers nttcndlng Ilic mtelhiB will be housed at Ciinip Li'Koy I'lind. The pre!ii.'iicc of Lem- thai iniRlil iml'.c a belter fair. Mis. C. C Kllioll cmidudlvd a contest of vcpclab'.i:s'mid 1 lowers which s won M Mt'K. nyer CJarncv and Mrs, W. 1. Smith'conducted a contest on trees which .was won by Mrs. Harry Lnwson. ' v fr ^me,r ,;rc^"!nd^,^: -VIHP to Ihc Chicago 4 -H Club Con- barns. II is estimated thaL more th:m half million 4-H'ers arc rccelv-n;; Ir.iinine ill safely work this year. In addition to checking farmsltirtds for accident nnd lire ha/arrts. c'.nb nicnibcrs practice and preach safety In driving, walking on highways, iiiid handling [arm machinery and livestock. As tnuenatlves for superio: i c cords of achievement, merit awai\!:: arc offered by Ocileral Motors i". the 1047 National 4-H Farm Safety Program. Honor medals ard 'provided for a maximum .of five mcm'Veis each participating coiuijy, ins state winners In this Southern extension soct'on -will each receive on educational Iriji to Ilic National 4-11 Club Congress in Chicago next December. Previously only one state winner in each of Ihe four extension sections was awarded the trip. The county, state and national awards of medals, gold watches am! S2()0.0r; scholarships, respectively, provided by Thomas E. Wilson. Chl- cac" meat packer, remain the same. This is the elRliUcnlh consecutive yciir of Die activity which is conducted under the direction of the rvdc'ial and aiale Exlfiiaion Her- vicrs. Last year's stale winner in Arkansas was Russell Merlin .Sloan of I'ccahontaE. ts were served. ., • Guests Included Mrs. n. R- Garner a former member! who now resides in Florida, Mr, I'erry and Mrs Stdvall. -', "'<• • ;•'• Tlie next meet Im; of the chih «i'l beMield nt-the home of'.Mr-s.'l August, 12. : _ .i for the slate winner.! Eight selected stale winners cclvc the national av?fuift.>whl[;!i is a $200.00 college schblarsYnp. An.en- graved plaque will aiso bc'awhfdec the county reporting the most outstanding 4-H safety program in the state this year'.Last year's stale winner Iri Ark ahstis was Thunnan C. Dhbbs o Little Rock. The National 4-H Safety Program for 11141 Is ueln conducted In 4:i states under th direction of the Extension Ssrvice Arkansas' Meat- Production Leads 26 Other States riome Canning Interest Grows Among 4-H Girls •t-H ctuli member; throughout the intion are iniikini; l;ig strides in. ng. n'omc-gruwu prcxhiclr. for farm family use during the winter lisy^accontini.; to Ihe Nnlionnl ConimlUco on Hoys and Girls Club Work, i '.' . . ceflt -.available extension service rcpoii shows thai nearly n million •!-l! canhcrs In 1345, which Is more jais of veKetnbles. fruits, meats, soups and .jellies were pill up by than double the volume canned by members in 1937. Many members learn how to preserve foods by taking part in the National 4-H CannhiK Achievement program, in which merit a- wai'tls for superior records are of- fi-rcil by Kerr Glass. Records of the Arkansas led 20 other states ill roints out. civilian consumption of meat prrduttlon last year atco (' me it In 1041) reached an ill line hie to a slitemopt by the NiNom 1 1 Ingli v.itli a totat of. ?1 billion 214 Live Siotk and Meat Board million pounds — 01 an uu ire .Proof of the outstanding role qf of 00 million pounds pel day\ '.Arkaivas as i Ihestockiand mo^it , EliOwmg furthei the. unwircl By: \vaitVh-K'uiilil the so;ison is at htUKt, you UtUe tUc"chuucc of Doing cauyht short on ncccssnVy lutrts for repairs. Bring your uonibin- to us 'now 1 while our mcdtnnies arc in a position to handle' the work! '• PLEMENT CO. No. Highway 61 Phone 2142 is also i evcalqd -rtiy flgujx ing thit thCjca^h {IBcpmgAe cclvcd from meat ,. farmcis and ranchers m tnllesl $6l78000b Of $3(1.722000 wT! rccelvet .-»... , 1 sales $3' 651 Qfo frofn tho s'iln c$ liqss "id J407000 from I^P aal^>£ sheep ind tarries v ^1 *^^ ttttentioi to tnq lutlpti'iT Ifvcslock nlul meil picture * tnc noaid asserts that ( lfl4tf' n^as J\\& fifth coiisecutive year in which meat production exceeded : 20 -bi(lion. pounds,. thovmcal .output ,fo! the. year reaching 22 .billion. ,91)1 million pounds. To 'produce lliis meat supply 131,050.000"catlle. hogi and sheep were markclcd and processed. . . Meal consumption In Ihe United Stales is on the increase, the. Board dti nd ni the use oi me-n ou Amen ii> liblqs is the fact Hint Ihe pel ipl Ui < onsumptloii of this food p o dua last \e-\i »is 15ZB pounds 2( ;oi()us moic ptr pcibon 'han consumLd inmmlly In the prc ..^^.n^ ini fn ( ' porary housing facilities on Ihe, Hinpus lias marie it possible for the •'arm Bureau training conference. o be held nt the University for the ' first, time this year. Denn Ellis minted out In announcing the niect-i ng. The College of Agriculture cx- iccts to hold an Increasing num- jer of such short courses for farm I*, he lidded. In order to bo greater service to the farm peo- le In le state. 1 July SPECIAL 48 Cwjip!?tc v.ii'u ti. :•;, 5C *:n. \ V 1 , HiUU! This AII-»lrH trin-k hn> r.CCO II,. P:-in,-h ' trrtrt. line r\<lr.«. Uol.lrr b- il onli' TX inchc.* from !:ri>;inil for lo» liri. U.ialily 6.<KV<I6 li.Tl- Regular Price If'sio i Powerhouse on Wheels! Juixip : n the driver's soat and step on the gas. I : cel the niii»hty surge of power from die Willys-Overland "jeep" Engine ami the sure-footed pull of "jeep" •t-wlictl-cUivc<.WUV> all that power, no wonder the *'Jccr»" can ilo a thousand and one tonsil jobs in buMness and on the farm. It's a powerhouse on wheels! Conic in and sec what a "Jeep" can do for you. We check compression, timing, fuel-air ratio and a dozen other things. Then we check and adjust ignition, carburetor idling speed, mixture and all else that needs attention. Then your engine delivers top performance on minimum fuel. . . . We're truck service specialists—specialists in high-standard International Truck Service. We use precision-engineered International Parts. We're at your service for a single engine tune up-any make of truck—or a complete preventive maintenance program. Phone us now, and let us help you get the lowest possible cost per ton- mile for your trucks. DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. 312 So. 2nd , Phone 863 INTERNATIONAL ATTIC FANS and HOME APPLIANCES FURNACES Gravity and Forced Air ] Furnace Pipe and Fittings (Jock Wool Loose & Batts Plumbing FIXTURES Everything for the Job LINOLEUM Yard Goods & Rugs ; Wall Paper PAINT—Al! Kinds (Wall Paper Canvas) Lumber, Sash & Doors Frames & Trim ROOFING Shingles, rol! & Coating. I ^^^.^••^^^B^^^BW^VWH^^^MMW^^^B I Use Our Easy Payment] PIcn. As Long As 36 j Months to Pay. E. C. Robinson! LUMBER COMPANY 319 West Ash St. Phone 557 ! Are You Making $14.90 Profit on a 200-Ib. Hog? It can be done! With, today's high prices on .pork . . . many farmers on the Purina Plan are able to make SM.00 in profit over feed cost on evm-y 200 ixnmds of pork they''take to market. And here are the figures to .show"that it can be done! • If hogs sell at §21.50 • . . corn cost;; ?2.00 L.U- . . . and Pig & Hog Chow §6.10 a bag— 100 Lba. Pig & Hog Chow at • -$ G - 10 11 bushels corn at 82.00 bu $22.00 i PRODUCT OF WILLYS-OVERLAND MOTORS, INC., TOLEDO, O. Poole Motor Company Highway 61 North at Stcelc, Mo. Phone Sreele 49 Total feed cost S28.10 Money received for ^00 U>s. pork ? 13.00 Coal of feed to produce 200 Lbs. pork $28.10 Profit over feed cost - SM.90 With opportunities like this;, you're wise to ciioose the ration lhat builds fast growth. Purina Pig & Hog Crow helps produce the results you want . . . helps you make the early high market. So, come in and buy for profitable feeding this year . • . get Ihe famous Chow in the checkerboard bag for lots of pork—Purina Piu & H°!T Chow. L. K. Ashcraft Co. Blk. B. ol Frisco D*pot Phone «J i.....',

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