The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 30, 1933 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 30, 1933
Page 8
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„.„ BLYTJJEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIKR NJCW1 iY ONE FDR ITS| Government Recovery] Program Has Been Handled Through Agculs. T/.e year now ending has been; pn exceedingly busy one for Mis-, flssippi county's agricultural nndj home demonstration agc:ils. Government recovery efforts added tremendously to their work but produced rich rewards to the farmers of the county. At the same lime, as levelled by their annual] report which wifi be .submitted to the quorum court at Osceola Mem- i day, trey carried on their regular activities with slight, if any. !:w. in effectiveness. ' J. E. Crit?. of Blythevilb and s. j n. Cnrpenter of Osceoia. farm! agents. Miss Cora Lee Coleman,! home demonstration agent, and Kli-! jah Thempsou anil Mary M. Banks, | negro agents, make up the |»r.son-' nel of the farm extension service In tiiK count-;. S1.400.MO in Jknciils Directing the cotton acreage re-' duction campaign in which 62.578 acres of cotton was destroyed, engaged the IKS', efforts of the county agents for approximately fivej mouths. , For this' 62,578 acres of cotton' destroyed, the fcrmers of Missis-i sluol county received a lota] of • S863.G17 in cash l>enefits ami op-! tlons ou 20.9W bales of cotton.' When this 4c advance is received j en op'.ion eotton. this will mean; nn additional S538.0RO or n pram] ; totfll of S1.401.C07 for the coltonj acreage destroyed. I Using the Beginning about March 1 a;>- j Angling for Health at Warm Springs Loachvillc Society — Personal SATURDAY, DKCKMBER 30, 1933 conclude the "surprise njrty" commemorating C!ark . s 76lll nni) |vc re! , r} . whcn the nlonrfr col | apM< |. Mrs. lialph Oibbins jr.. Is spend- • lisp a month In Huniboldt, Tumi.. wilh her .-aster. Mrs. non Cltoate.! Mrs. C. L. Smith and daughter, i Miy. 1 . Frances, lire in Memphis for j ii fc-'.v days. I FoivnH Smith, C.C.C. worker/ sui-iii the holidays with Ills grand- i mother. Mrs. Martha Johnson, and! his mother. Mrs. Maud Sinllli. | j Mr.s. Maud Smith and Mrs. Ma-j Hx-l Outlaw will entertain tonight | jln honor of Mrs. K. 11. Taber, who. j will )<-avc Tuesday to make her .hi-iiie at Hikeston. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Alexander nnd; i-lilldri-ii s|M-nl ChrLstmiiK in Moin! |jl,i>. ' | I The Parent-Teacher association i will meet Tuesday at the high : llr. and Mrs. A. E. Robinson will. hold onen house .Sunday. A watch :::irtv of filends will gather 107 (r!i'l)raU' the comiiiu of Ihe now i yar. Amonij tlie out of town I i'liesus will be Mr. and Mrs. Sowle j Hmitli. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fletcher,' 'Mr. anrl Mrs. John Mruiuo, Mr. i jnnd Mrs. Herbert Fcrrcll, all of' j Par!ii!0iil(l. Mr. and Mrs. Roy • Snence of I.ltlle Hock, Mr. and i I Mrs. Marshall Simmons of Harris- i j bunt. Mr. and Mrs. Jnck Morris,! .Mrs. C. B. McElroy and daughter j ' .If an of Memphis. : Mis'; Pauline naker. patient at | ! Campbell's Clinic, Memphis, is i , icsllnp we]] niul expects to be tak- :ei) out of her cast in two weeks..' family of Haytl were guests of-the Christmas guest of his sister, c'd-«l to Mr. Pecry's mother, Mrs. Emma'Mrs. Frank Parker, nnd Mr. Par!!- birthday ivory, over the week end. er. Mabel and Alberta Brnckln are Mr . an:l Mrs Cecn Oxfoi . (1 an<1 giiexts this week of Mr. mid Mrs. £011 MS[P of ] 5nr ne!d were guests Orlei- Moore and family and Mr. Tuesday o( Mrs. Oxford's, A pinkish grass covers all the ?n«l Mi's. George CaMldy»|id,fain- M rs . win King, and Mr. Kins. .lawns hi one bocilon of South Mr. and Mrs. Joe I-iowets are Africa. ^"11 Holmes and Taylor Adams, moving to Smithsville. Ark., where ^~ are employed at Helena, are thev will make tbelr 'home here this week. " Mrs. Meow Moore Hooths children Spoke Too 'julrk i'olnt. lenn., were AIHION Tfii IMV>I ni.viii, v, n ,i • Ohrisimas guesu, o f Mrs. Moore's te*^^^ ^vtog 7 I S'??- ftHi K£ Mr " a " d Mra ' °- °- bewcr lo ,ny "e," when John A ! " Clark. Albion jiloneer. fell dead.' Sm-vester^Farils of Memphis was A group t>; friends had just dc-' GRADE A ' Raw Milk FJione 74 Craig's Dairy II n ft iium /Vew.s proxhnatcly 45 days of the county o°ents Ume was devoiecl to asfisl- ine the farmers In the making of 47< Government Crop Production I oins, negrcERtlnp a total of $43,920.00. On Siti.rd.ay. December S fnrfv borrow^ had nn nnnald 'nMimnc of MW.?5. or o»K' ouorox- imatelv 5*^ of ^M! lolql amount v"". unnairl nn thnt date. The Reeionfil Aerictiltnrfil rorrjoratton S337.510 to frrnnTS in Misslssinpi crnintv rtirr- )M« the nast season: and from Information obtained frnin the r^rrinrh office at Pirn! Bluff this has been rennl'l IfX 1 ^-. 4-1T Cluh Work i Nine hundred anil seven bovp ?r>ri <r|r]<; enrolled in twenty-seven <-H Clubs, have encased a p.reat t'f.z] of the time of both the coun- tv and home demonstration agents hi "I'slssloai cnuntv Ihe nast vear. Them sue 138 in th» cotton club, m In the conv club. 222 in the i)l« ri'i'o. 18S in the noiiltry elub. and 1SI) in the prardenln? ant) cumuii? Huh H i" Home maniircincnt. 5G I oil to fun- the tile paralysis. Denied itm Foundation — .sponsored by clnu; is ihu foimuln being followed down Smith for llt'le victims of infan- fim .:f ;lic nctlvf juvenile .-;]>oit.s. patient.-; nt, Georgia's [i!ii!'-J Warm Springs .wn in tliis iiictsiruami; silting trying ilieir Inch at angling. I'll '•ii!:.;>L lloasev:'li —lire Ills wii] !]:• paid ijef.raiu March 1st other and April 2C!h.- the- Mirctri install- : and mont b:t«-pen August Isl and September 3Hth. and cli:cks for parity payment!; lietv.Tcn Dri'ember 1st 1st, l!)3f). proj;-ct.s 11 ; and fruits. We^hacl^lOa^dcmon- ! ^ e <}U«St for "Mr. Hurley" . strutlon?. amcny adults In coin. 00 i .in cation. '21-1 [rttatoes. I(i3 Irish j potatoes and others consisting of I .field peas, soybeans, nelilbeau., and ; BOSTOM On; hundred and nlncly-thvee i *-' ro * vln B hogs. | rrins iook from state house nt- club -.vomen base done all the! Onte each month [he Women's | tache;; merely outer ihc canitoi Ililiifs they pledged they \ronW nl- H"i"t- Deinomtraiinn Council meeis I nnd inquire ti'.e vv,.y lo "Mr. Ihir tempt jo do in our L'.ve-At-Hom." v '" h " lc nfienl and works out plans I'ronr.i:!!. Each clisb Ins elsc'.ed. aml demonstrallorts w:-.lch are af- offic^rs and the president has ap- ' :or '. vn «ls carried out. in their rc- s]>ective communities. Contests for women have been I'otK-c dress and hat. church dress, hat and pocket Iwok to match, breads and canning budget; for niris, trend, school dress nnd hat noijUed a project chairniLin fos- next ' club year. ! D'.sriiin our Bitter Homes Cam-1 palgn each club sponiorrd pome. kind of tour or Visitor's Week In i which plmsr-s of He Mr. and Mrs. Uelmar La Mas-! tors and dniiKhler of Tiptonville,' Tenn.. and Mr. and Mrs. La Mas-1 ;ers mother of New Madrid were! Christmas mests of Mrs. Victoria Ni'elv and family. Miss Willie Fret] Sutherland of I niaKt; City. Mo., wa sthe Ruest [ of Misses Ailcen and Keeina Hasan ! for the Christmns holidays. j Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Webb vis-1 ited relatives in Memphis and j vicinity over Ihe week end. They' State House Ire | rplm ' ncd llome Monday aecom- 1 |):anled by Miss Anna Grace Bran-i . | don of Nesbitl, Miss. (UPi—To win a wltli-j Mr - ll "<' Mrs. A. L. Beavers and rhlldren s]>ent Christmas with. relatives in Rlpley, Miss. ! R. L. Pecry is undergoEng Ireat- ; incut at tltc Baptist hospital in! Meivjphis. ! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Peer}' and ' 1915--A Record of Service-1934 As this store enters its )9th year of business in this community, it ,is with pardonable pride thai we recall a record of dependable service unsurpassed by any other drug store here. With a record of more than I 1 7,000 prescriptions accurately filled, w c enter the New Year with a sense of deep responsibility of the tradition we must uphold .... that of an old, dependable drug store. We are appreciative of the fine patronage accorded us in 1933, and.wish all of our friends and customers a happy New Year. ROBINSON'S The Reliable Drug Store Phones 444-205 300 W. Main 1 I Assistant At- lev's office. Here's why: John L. Hurley torney Jiimss M. lI'.i'iC'i is Civil Service Commissioner Francis X. H-.uEcy is Stale Auditor. Chnrlcs F. Ilv.rlcy Treasurer. The Hurleys IM<: nut related. State hest nl£ cluh member made a net profit of $19511 on his nlc club nroiect in which he cared for a sow and Utter of nies; the winner in the eardeuiim nnd can- nine club sold $60 worth of fresh I : a '°" s . XY 'riday & Saturday cirls and 18 orjanlzed ndult clubs with an enrollmeiu o; G03 men ar.,1 women . A bambio tree R ro'« so rapidly These boys nixi girl, cnrried suc h i J!"',',',' K1 ' owtl1 casil - v cnn b projects as c:tton. corn. Irish po- j microscope. peanuts, pisjs, poultry, vfwetables from her garden, used SI35 worth at home and canned 16M quarts of vegetables, fruits, and meats. The best ixuiltry member record showed the member made a profit of $11G in caring for the home flock. Adult Educational Activities As evidence of tlie fact thai Mississippi Countv farmers are keeping pace with other farmers in the cotton belt the Bureau of Crop Estimates shows that for tlie past five vears an average yield of 333 nonnds of lint cotton nor acre has been made :that SO.dfln ncres nf. the 60,000 acres planted lo corn has had soy beans Dlauted with the corn: that in 1932 five thousand pounds of the Misst«sion: County Special Pasture Mixture was used and as;airi in 1D33. three thousand pounds was used iu planting ncrmanent. pastures nn farms in Mlsslssinnl co'jntv: that 58. home orchards located on that number of farms In . MissK'Inpl County arc beinp cared for uudpr the direction of the county agents, nnd that each year more farmers of Mississippi County visit Ih? Cotton Branch Experiment Station in Lee County where improved farm practices are studied, than any other county in eastern Arkansas with the exception of Lfe. in which county the Expcrmieut Station is located. .Not only have the farmers of! \ Mississippi County teen able to; hold their yields of cotton (the 11 cash crop of Missiraippi Counlyi ': ' above the average but accbrdmc [ to reports of the Bureau of Marf <els the staple has been improved lo. a great extent during the past I lew years, j 1934 Outlook and Projrram Forms for the cotton program -, for 1934-35 arc now in the hands of the county agents who have ; been instructed to set up organl- 2atlons to begin work Immediately. According to tmtnictlcrts of thos' in charge of the Asricultural Adjustment Administration, the coun- ty.agent will have even greater responsibilities in this two year program than r.e has had during tlse past year, due to the fact thr. checks covering rentals and psvily payments will be made at three different times during the vear of 1934. This srill be a continuous program under the direction of the co'j.nty agents for Ihe entire year. Sine* the contract signing will begin not later than January 1st, and the fimt Installment nf cash lx>ne- termclons. c.ilf, foxl orcsjrvation,, foods and co"kery, Rardeninu. cloth-! in? nnd home improvement. Tc.ic!iin<: among these rlub boys; and girls has consisted of tho l:e";t methods and practices in s:ed sc- ; lection, sol! preparation, fertilization, planting, cultivation. Insect control, feeding and housing of livestock and poultry. sinltiMan j work and care of livtvinek. use and i storing cf farm too!' «n»| niacliin-! cry. thrift ening and food picparatloii. i As a result of tlieie subjecls be-1 ing taught amonj -.vonien and the iollowhc enrolk'd Soventv-slx. •vvcmen enrolled a~ cannliu but!',-j olcrs. 2S uiris onrn'.lcd in i-2n tosr.ato i>Ki^ a: rni-iiler parden.s. Work a:non:< {'.:r ;«(--i nnti boys consisted of boys carryiiir; K iloiii- cnstralions in cotlon." 15 in 65 Irish polato-s. j.i sweet po:at.;r--. 83 pics. 98 corn. GJ iwisiiry. and FOR CALK .10 Aer:s. all in Cultivation, in ^iiEht of lilythrvlllr. ,S1,(!;.0— 3i.">0 <.,nsli, balance 20 annual l"i>mcnl£, G'r interest. TftOJIAS 1.AN1) CO. CARTOON - - SERIAL Sunday - Monday MAT. nnd Nile—10c - 2f>c THE FINAL ELEMENT IN EVERY SALE IS GOOD WILL For Sale 3 Hundles - 2fic iiltciilinn CHICAGO MIM, .UMHKU CO. | Last Time Today MAT. ;im! XITK—10c-:i5c DRAMA 01- I,AOIKS IN 1.1 >vi:: •A r ~ " b •;-j Conway le;iHc, K:Uh;ninc f _•• i Alexandci-. .Mary Carlisle v- Screen's first story of a o woman doctor Xl'AVS - - T11KI.MA TOUT) COMKD NOVKLTY IlKKI. COMKDY Among the assets of any successful business are intangible values which money cannot buy. Your Friendship and Goodwill mean more to us than your Dollars. This may,seem like a queer statement but we mean it. We know that if we have your Friendship and Goodwill we will also in the natural course of events, secure a fair share of your Business Dollars, provided our goods and service merit it. To A Successful NEW YEAR We are deeply grateful to you for the support which has made 1:933 a good year in our business. We shall strive to merit that support in 1934 and we hope that the New Year brings Success and Happiness to you and yours. E.C.ROBINSON LUMBER CO. "timif PHONE IOO tar At We Do The Res t-

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