The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1948 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 16, 1948
Page 7
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FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1948 HLYTHEVILLE (AKK.1 COUK1ER Interest .Interest Grows In Fat Calf Show Civic Clubs Back Annual 4-H Club Event in Osceola South Mississippi County 4-H Club youths were busy this week preparing their entiles In the annual fat calf show and sale to be held on the Court House lawn In Osceola next Thursday afternoon. Judging in the show is scheduled to get underway at 1:30 with the sale to follow. The show and sale are sponsored annually by the Mississippi County Farm Bureau anrt is part of the bureau's 4-H Club program. Assisting the Farm Bureau !;i I sponsoring the event this year will ' be Osceola civic clubs including the Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club, Kiwanis Club, and Junior Chamber of Commerce. jA Faber A. White of Osceola will act as chairman of the sales committee tor the Farm Bureau an'l I Buys First Ferguson Tractor U. of A. Prepares Insect Pamphl How to Combat Car Insects Discussed by Dr. Charles Lincoln FAYUrTEVIUJS, Ark., —All kind? of Insecls worms, bellies, fleas mid itrasshop- pcrs. mny be on Hie list of tmwel- id water, jcatlererl In Ihr late ernoon U one of the conlrol me*- res HiBststed to prevent ilamaRc •in IhU warm. This >ame bi\it, tiered In the mornings, lat gritihrtpprr co^uol finer A finger rlnf of Mistletoe wmij against Ilinen until worn In Sweden u a delenw I recenl April 16 Including and tomatoes. Cryollle, rolrnone or DDT Is recommended lo Imli their Sulphur Is lined to control I he red i spider, a straw-colored mile so small It can hardly be seen with , the naked eye. since the spider i lives JirouKli the Whiter on uiums I come visitors to your garden thls!"ke the violet, eradication of these yfiir. And if th| s isn't enough they iho»t plunti will hel|> In control, mny be joined by (he red spider. Sabsdllla, nicotine sulphnln or .which [he sclcntlsli say isn't an' 501 !' *'IH control the harlequin | insect at all because he has lour » n <l the «qua«h but. pairs of walking less Instead of three, nut it will damage the garden just the same. How (o control these pests and i! keep their damage to an absolute i minimum Is important Information J lor every Riirdener. Description and i control of vegetable Insects can • be found In n small leaflet prepared by Dr. diaries Lincoln, Extension entomologist of the Unl- &RAWP B| -' ///^*. — — -"•' *"™ * v \i^i»< - <j* "*s »*» , itiiaiwu [, tJLUIUUJL'KIM' Ol iJlc Ulll- I • Jack Finley Robinson of Blytheville. owner of (lie Robinson Farm Implement Company, Is shown here I vc ','? ity o^A^n'Uts college of ARrl- |J dine the IteVS to Ihp fll-sl Formicnn traMnr rlnMi-nioH i,, !>,„ ™,,,,t.. !„ ir .-, t_.,i .,;..,... _r .,.- „ I , ,!", C ' t'OfdCnerS |>l»y Obtain this I will worX with the other groups In I handing the keys to the first Ferguson tractor delivered in (he county to ir. D. Jackson (rigim of the Recce the promotion of the sale. Twenty-eight calves have been cntcied in the show and sale thus far with more expected next week. It is believed that the average quality of the calves this year will be better than in any previous year. The majority of the calves entered in the competition were raised on Mississippi County farms, a large portion of them by 4-H Club members as club projects. Many Buyers Expected Buyers from all sections of Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri are expected to attend the sale to bid on the prize entries. Qualified auctioneers will sell the leaflet at the offices of county community. Mr. Jackson, first place county winner in the tenant division of the 1817 Balanced Farming j nifcnls nnd home demonstration |! contest, was the first farmer of the county to purchase the new Ferguson tractor from the new dealer. Mr.' calves. The prize-winning calf of the 1947 show brought the owner 63 1-2 cents per pound. The calf was purchased by the Abraham Brothers Packing Company of Memphis. Boys and girls who have already entered calves in the show include: Robinson was awarded the Ferguson agency for Mississippi County April i. Experiment Station Plans Special Day for State Livestock Producers FAYETTEVILtE, Ark., April 16.* — A special- livestock Producers Study Day will be held at the main Agricultural Experiment Station farm, just outside Payetteville. May 11, Dean Upper S. Ellis of the University of Arkaivas College of Agriculture announced today. This is the first time such a study day has been devoted exclusively to livestock problems, he pointed out- Farm Agents' Tips ..IT'S TIMK TO— Plan for the production of a (home meat supply. Included in tne program topics of interest to farmers Short to Attend International Agri Meeting -j _... green pasture, one-fourth to one- third acre for each sow and litter. Clean or wash and store woolen blankets nnd put them in moth proof storage. fluents throughout the stale. Among Insects discussed are the Aphids arc small, preen lice which suck soft-bodied the juices R. E. Short of Brlnkley, presl- wlll be ' dent of Ihe Arkansas Farm Bureau who Federation, is one of four national raise beef cattle, swine, and sheep. Farm Bureau officials who have ----------- ... ---------- --------- - - ----Jimmy Kooncc. Mack Koonce, Principal speaker will be Dr. J. c. been selected to attend the annual Morris Lutes, Annabsll Lutes, David and McCoy Wilbanks, Barbara eati and Edgar Poag, Jimmie prelects crops from cultivation damage • PROTECTS YOUNG PLANTS • SMOTHERS SMALL WEEDS • INCREASES ACRE YIELD The only performed gu.ird. Fin any hie model iiactor cultivator. Speed of i rail Or governs amount of diti £oing ilnnugh holes, 9 l /j" tlraTance when lest in^ tm ground. Guard rioti not permit lumps or nibblih to get near pbuv Ci\cs faster, belter cuhiuiinn of co/n. potatoes, cniron, lOmJioci, cabbjjr, lobacco, soy be ins, .Your Arkansas Distributor Implement Company North 6th Sf. Phone 2142 Miller, head of the Dcpt. ol Ani- meeting of the International Fede- msl Husbandry at Texas Agrlcitl- i ration of Agricultural producers In tural and Mechanical College, who Paris, France, in May, It has been will discuss the role of research In • announced. the development o! a livestock pro- The meeting will b« held from gram In the South. : May 9 to May ID. and the Amcri- The all-day event has been bro- tan delegates from the Farm Buken into two parts. In the morning reaii w ill sail from New York on members of the University's Ani- April 29. Besides Mr. Short, other rnal Industry Department xvill dis- Farm Bureau officials who will at- cuss the research work which they 'end the conference are nnlionnl are conducting. There will be re-1 Farm Bureau officials who will ports on breeding studies with swine , attend the conference and beef cattle, swine feeding inves- New Jersey, and T- K. Cowden. di tigations. and work on the value Commonest NvarninR ol an attack of asthma is an inlcnse slcep- University of Arkansas from 193135 at Faycttcville, he was also in charge of the college dairy herd. the University creamery and a research worker of note. In the period 1935-41, Jncouson was secretary of the Arkansas Dairy Institute. Curing the years irom garden plants- Nicotine sul- fatc (black leaf 40) is the Insecticide recommended to control them. Wittch fur Beau Heetle* Beans and peas nia v be attacked ^^^^*S*L? «? MUS? r^jc£ Cryolite, rotenone or DDT will control tills garden pest. Blister beetles travel In swarms and may completely destroy a garden in a few hours. The most common specie Is yellow with black' stripes although other species are gray or blnck. DDT or cryolite will kill these Insecls. Cabbage worms cnt Ihe leaves of cole crops. The best wny to avoid damage from these green worms Is to avoid successive plantings o( cole crops and to n«c lead or calcium arsenate or rotenone as control measures. Potato and [onmlo plant leaves are the favorite food of the Colorado iiotato beetle. I,ate planllnR A fRIEND 15 THE PIRSf PERSON WHO STEPS (W W)WEW 7HE REST OF TME WORLD S TEPS DOT / J "Friendliness and service Is ou To give ymi most for your monej Indeed I i For the amount you must spend you'll find you KB I more By being BARGAIN-WISE a I the TRADING POST store 1 I 44 he was located nt Little Rock • and hand picking will help control as the first director of the division , these beetles as will applications of dairy products In the Arkansas - • - »n N«w >nd KxUllnr H tlnancinr, building, •nd A«U lo»u. state health department. ,. of lead or cp.lclum arsenate. ! ' The corn ear»'orm bores Into the (TRAD/MS POST o'f various hay.s In wintering feeder calves. Dr. Lewjs Webster Jones, president el the ^University of Arkansas, will open the afternoon program. rector of research for the Farm I " In nis new post. Jncobson Bureau. His wife will accompany Short on the trip. The International Federation Commenting on the appointment fruit of corn, tomntoes. beans anil and its significance to Arkansas. A. j nkra. This smooth-bodied caterpillar executive ' may be tnn, green, blcick. red or Arkansas j mixed. Control measures are cryo- on the national ADA board, said, I lite on tomatoes and beans at 10"In his new post. Jncobson will day intervals, beginning at bloom- j bring to the producers a program ' ing time, and nilncr«l oil treatment p . Kelley, Port Smith, are national I committee member fro Agricultural producers Is an Inter- of greater dairy production nnd ] promotion that will benefit nil ot ' us. Dairying means n steady fle- ! pendable return to farmers which Following Dr. Miller's talk there, national farm organization, made I will be a panel discussion on live- | up of delegates from farm organ!- I _' stock problems, led by Dr. C. D. nations in over 50 of the nations of j Lowe, of the U. g. Dept. of Agri- I the world. Mr. Kline was one of | culture. Assisting will be the prcs- ! the organizers of the international idents of the various breed asso-I organization last year at The clations in the state and repre.sen- j Hasue, Netherlands, tatives or the Experiment Station. I Mr. 'short, who is vice-president the Extension Service, the Arkansas : of the national Farm Bureau or- Livestock Show Association, and' ganizatlon. said that he expected the Arkansas Livestock and San- j the American delegation to be gone \ Hary Board. f Or a period of a month to six At three in the afternoon, visitors weeks. After the Paris meeting Is will have an opportunity to Inspect concluded, the Farm Bureau of!i- the College of Agriculture's herds j cials will Inspect agricultural con- and flocks, as welt as the dairy : ditlons In the Independent nations stud of the Arkansas Artificial of western Europe and in the Breeders Association. I American occupied tone ol Gcr- The meeting will be held in !'/• many. : Livestock Judging Pavilion, beginning at 10. Lunch will be served [ at noon by the Animal Industry Club, made up of students in the College of Agriculture. Dr. Warren Gifford. head of the Auimai Industry Department, is in charge of arrangements for the day. " ccted in added dollars a tetter standard of living." of corn silks. Paris Green for CutwormH Cutv.-orms work at night., cutting off young plants at the surface of the sround. Paris xreen bait, made >y the poison with bran They Picked Shape Vienna rolls are made to represent the Turkish crescent. Two baker boys .saved Vienna from the Turks in 1683. and were given the privilege of making rolls in any shape they desired. They chose that of the cresceni. Jacobson Named To Head State Dairy Association LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. April 16.— In mapping out plans for the advancement of Arkansas dairying. C- O. Jacobson has been appointed manager of the American Dairy Association of Arkansas. It was announced today by the board of directors for the state association. I In his new position. Jacobson Letha. and Sara Sue Nash, Devain ' will work with the dairy farmers and Calvin Jackson. Jerry and Al- of the state to provide ways and fred Webster, Russell E. Eub.-vnks. means for the expansion of mar- James Gibson, Elwood Casey. Bobby kcts for dairy foods through in- Shelon James Perkins. Thuri Mar- dustry-widc promotion of products, tin, Ira Gene Ashley, Frances Gantt j Jacobson is no newcomer ro the Fran!: W.-.Uen, Elmer Dobson, and Bobby Stovall. Arkansas dairy scene. 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