The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1947 · Page 10
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» PAGST TEN BLVTHEVII.LB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1947 T Sutfwtons For Better Fanning ^ For This Section's Progressive Farmers. FARM NEWS-FEATURES Published Every Friday in the Interest of Farm Families of This Agricultural Section. Armprel 4-H Club Leader, Winner in State Contest, Tells of Trip to Chicago Lynian-Henson, president of the Amiorel 4-H Club nnd stiUc field Crops chnmpipn is today telling iils friend, 1 ! and brother club members all abqulJiils trip to the National 4-H Club Congress which he received for winning the .state honor. _. , i ' • = "It was one of the most educational trips J have ever taken or ever expect to take." S'OUIIK Henson told a Courier News reporter ' shortly after his -arrival home last weekend. "They treated us like w« were kings anrt It made us realize Clip importance of the work that we have done and arc dnlnu in 4 : H Clubs and made us appreciate more that we nre club members," v "The tri|i to ChlcnBO was well*—r • worth the effort made by all of us who made the trip and I hope that more Mississippi County Club members can make the trip, next year" the' n-year-old Armorel High School senior said. Wins In Slate Competition Young Hetison von the trip to the Freedom Gardens Advocated in U.S. for 1948 To Help Produce Millions of Tons of Foods Chicago Congress for \vimnnR first, place in the 'Slate 4-H Club field crops competition Inst mouth and made 'the trip with 23 other stnte winners.'He atso placed first in the district'corn variety yield contest al last Employment Offices to Aid Farmers LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. DPC. 12 (UPJ | -An expanded iirogrnm for re- j rulLlnK farm labor needed to mocl | stepped -up production Northeast Arkansas Fair here September. A detailed account of young Henson's trip follows: "We,left Little Rock at 4:30 on the afternoon of Nov. 29 and arrived in Chicago,at 1.0, n.m. the following morning. Most of-the first day was spent in.veglslerlug and gelling assigned ;t<J rooms and that night we attended; chinch services 'nt the Chicago'Sunday Evening CHib. ''We retired" late , each night and were up early each morning. Practically -every -meal 'was .sponsored by. some Iarge^co'rnpany 1 o"r business man who was ^Interested in 4-H Club work." . "Most of us were a hit re.senlful iH the -mention of proup discussions but after attending the first one I would not have missed one at all. Wft would have a speaker ench morning who was nn authority on the topic which was to be discussed that day. Later we were divided into groups consisting of about 25 or ,10 to a group. Our group (Us- j cusslon leader would then tell us to count off Into groups of fives where we would discuss each topic which, were mimeographed so as to furnish everybody a copy. "In this way we learned what each 1 person thought nnd what influenced him to think as he did. It was quite Interesting and educational to "find out what boys and girls from Poland, China, Britain, Canada, Brazil, Cuba, Norway. Sweden, and many other countries, which were represented there, in addition to a Imparts of oxir country, thought will be launched Jan, 1 by the Arkansas Employment Service through Its 26 local nnd 51 resident offices. . "The emergency funn labor supply pi OR rn m, now a iJ tn Inlste red by the Agricultural Extension Service, will ho terminated Dec, 31," According ! to Purifoy GUI,, administrator of '. Hie Employment Security Division of the State Labor Department,' '' "Responsibility for recruitment and placement of farm-labor will-of returned to the United Slute.s Employment Service and Its affllin- cd state employment services,"- he s«hl.. ' ' With the return 01 me innn placemen L program, the Arknnscv.s Employment Security Division will have responsibility for serving the entire labor market. Gill snid. He added that this wilt benefit users of both aprlcnHural and non-agricultural Inbor ns the local employment offices will he the central point In each community tn which applicants for all types, of jobs go lor employment. Byy PURINA DOG CHOW JhtrioY Firtrite Feed Fir (onlitj 03£s L K. Ashcraft Company Vi Blk. So. of Depot Phone 493 about such things as United Natiotus, our community and Its world relationship, and what 4-H Club work can do to build a belter world tomorrow. "Because of the.se discussion groups we decided on a "Peck for Peace" plan in which we nil donated our bit, 1 ; to'heli) foreign boys and Rirls. Shouerrd With Knlrrtninnicnt At each banquet we were not only furnished with the best of food but also the best, of entertainment. We were entertained by SpLkc Jones and his City Slickers, The Sunshine Scrennders. Bob Burns, nnd ninny other Nation-wide entertainers. We were introduced and addressed by such sport celcbntes as Charlie Trlppl, Tert Williams, Jnck K.miner, nnd Ellsworth Vines. We were taken lo the stockyards one day lo the International Livestock Show and were laler treated .to a barbecue, Curtis Candy Company being our host. Following'the horse show we bad a 4-H parade, a thrilling event. Eleven hundred boys nnd Riils paraded through the arena. "In addition to our souvenir programs we were presented with books. fountain pens and autograph books which we nil used very frequently in order to gel acquainted. "Each n ftcrnoon we went on educational tours. In visiting places such as the Art Institute anrt the Museum of Science and Industry, we learned what hns been done in the past and wh.nl (o expect in the future. It was also very interesting to learn things about radar anrt Jet propulsion which were before just names related lo airplanes. j "We were all just about worn out \ when Thursday night came but dls- i likert the Idea of having to come ' home. We left Chicago at 12: mid| night Thursday and arrived in Mcm- j phis nt 9:00 p.m. Friday. 1 "My purpose in this "is to let r\ll j 4-Hers know Just how grand it is I to make this trip and to encourage I them to work harder in order to be a 1 Stale winner. To maintain adequate- nutrition j among Americans, while' saving j imeal, poultry and ecus lo release Ei-am (or Kurope,- twenty million home vcficMblc gardens can produce oifiht million tons of vegetables, H. C. Jlochbaum-of (he U. S. Depart men I of Agriculture told Freedom Garden conferences held In Atlanta, Ga., and New Orleans, I,n. 'By growing Iheir own vegetables, Freedom' gardeners will not only insure an abundance "f protective fmxls for Ilieir families, 1ml will save from half tn a full billion dollars in the cost of living, he s;aid, al the same lime exerting a substantial check on'inflnlion, and re leasing coinmercial'foorts for"/ami lies that cannot m.ike gardens. "Can we get 20 million gardens In 194B?" he askctl. "Yes, H we are (successful in organising and bar- jirssinji tne same forces whicJ- helped so gically in HIP wnr years Yrs. if people can he rnadc to un dorsland Ihnt the epini'Renc abroad is real and that food saving, here is needed in help, the people ovrr there set new cnunigo and go Roing ng.iin, Yes, if sclf-mtcces impels us to recognize that a g garden alsfi .spells better *c.iti]ig baiter health nnd mnnry saved Aiid in somo ways, it sbctuld b> sorncwh.nl easier than at the star of the Victory garden' movemcnl "That movement really (level oped lasting interest in gardcnin; in Ibis country. There -are man; ! signs of this. Garden .seed sa!o j have not decreased ns much ns w I thought. You can still see man} many gardens m cities and towns Millions More Gardens Needed. "But we will ail have to hustl for we ncr»ci about 2 to 2tt millio more gardens than wo had in 1946 "What wo need now is for loca garden committees' to be reorgai iz.ccl, to mnkc more vacant lots an community gardens available our city friends. Too much can not be said in praise tif thousant of volunteer garden leaders in Ih Victory garden program. The found garden space, arranged fo plowing plots, organized garde shows. We sliall need tbis he' again in this present emergene; "The newspapers kept the garde Idea, garden news and garden i formation before the people co slantly. Many sponsored garde contests and shows. Gardenii owes a big debt to them and to r dio .stniinns for the help they gav not only in furthering Victory ga dens, but making gardening permanent part of our lives. Yarbro 4-H Members Elect Officers tor 1948 Whenler Graccy. son of Mr, and Mrs. G. T. Qraccy of Ynrbro, th!.^ week took over as the new president of the Yarbro 4-H Club. Young Graccy, who is a student at the Yarbro Grade School, was elected during a meeting of club u'.embtr.s last week. Other officers were John rt. Kru'U. vice-president; Patsy Ann Krutz. secretary-treasurer and Annie L- Handley, song leader. and sows that arc gaining in weight for about ten days before heing bred arc Hhcly to farrow hutcr llttcrs. Good pa.sture provides needed vitamin* and mincralr,, reduce. 1 ! cosU nnd oncouraee.s sows to oxer- else. management Good swine peclally Important this season reduce costs and save feed Feeding Ion Ihc B round is wasteful; well- I constructed troughs, feeders and feeding floors should be provided. Clean, fresh water and sanitary Jot.s and housing uid heaJtli and reduce losses from diseases and parasites Swine raisers are advised to consult veterinarians or other authorl- [ tic.s on cholera vaccination and es- j other disease control measures. Experiment Station recommend aJM tion.s should be followed in using" sodium Ilouride to control worms, benzene hexachloridc for mange, and DDT for lice. 1918.Freedom Garden Poster, '[ must express also 'deep ap-| prcciation of the leadership Hie \ various Stale extension services' gnve otul continue ,tn give to home garden ing and foikl : j>rcscrvntton. Their horticultural- specialists, home demonstration -agents, 4-li Club leaders and county agents ali pulled together in directing the work nnd in helping the people get the-right garden information." How Home Gardens gave \Vlieal. The speaker answered Ihc question, frequently nskcd: How can home garden vegetables help reduce the . consumption of wheat, meat, poultry and eggs? ''Salads, green vegetables, root crops may be substituted •wlio or in part for (he foods produced with 'wheat," he said. "And Uic, will belp those high priced [nods «o farther every day they are used. "The Department of Agriculture has said for some years now that everyone should cat from. four to seven servings of fruits and vegetables daily in order to rn a hit a in health protecting diet. This is often difficult especially for (hose in the low or middle income groups. Consequently health suffers- But if there is a garden that risk is better met. Sure, we need sufficient protein in the diet—meat, Cfigs. poultry, fish, milk. But nutritionists tell us. again nnd again, wo need more vegetables nnd fruits, especially Ihc green leafy vegetables, yellow vegetables nnd tomatncs, to make *m adequate supply of vitamins more sure." The Freedom garden conferences in Atlanta and New Orleans were the first of n scries intended lo enlist federal, and state agricultural extension workers, and volunteer committees, in a national campaign for home vegetable gardens next spring. ma! protein; 40 pounds of cottonseed meal or other vegetable protein; and 20 pounds of alfalfa leaf meal. After hous weigh 90 pounds. ( St Is economical to reduce the j tankage, hy 20 pounds and Increase the vegetable protein by 20 pounds. Where skim milk is available, one gallon will supply as much protein as -''i pound 6f this supplement mixture. . Protein supplements may be self- fed, free choice with grains; or may be mixed with groins In a balanced mixture, self-fed or hand-1 frri. When bred or nursing pigs, sows need a mixture of 20 pounds of the supplement and flO pounds i of grain- Young pigs need 25 pounds [ of the supplement with 75 pounds i of grain, with the proportion of 1 supplement gradually reduced until I at 150 pounds pl»s receive 15 pounds of supplement to 85 pounds ot grain. , Quick Growth Essential ! Liberal feeding, .from birth until I sale at. 200 to 225 'pounds, makes ; the most rapid and usually most economical pains, pi&s .should have acces.s to a -self-feeder during weaning, and may be self-fed throughout, the fattening period, Clean, fresh water and a mineral mixture • should always be available. " Only'Well-bred sow*, selected for their ability to farrow and raise large litters, should be kept- :for farrowing- Proper feeding before and after breeding of sows will increase the weight and vigor of tho Utter, DAVID B. ANDERSON MASON CONTRACTOR Brick Work of Quality HOVi E. Davis St. Phone 4641 IS In. TRICYCLES Overland COASTER WAGON . S9.'J5 Come To Our TOYLAND! It's the most complete toy display in Blytlicville. LOOK AT THIS— All Kinds Kolls SI.98 np Doll lluccii-s $4.95 up Christmas Tree L1C! I ITS V 89 6LAN HEATH Cotton Beft Offers Opportunity ft For Economical Hog Production Hogs, lai't-o^t users of grain, offer a major opportunity to save grain profitably in (he Cotton Belt where it is practical to make maximum use of pastures and other available feeds, according to * County Agent Keith Bllbrey. , According lo data n* Lllcrc d some or the nation's leading livestock authorities good manage- iced rations to thrifty, well-bred gs, nnd limiting intirkct weights j 200 to 225 pounds are rccomctiri- eri for profitable pork production J under today's conditions, he said. I A practical protein supplement | mixture, suitable: lor nny swine but especially good for bred sows, nursing- sows and young pigs, is: 40 Our Residence Outside Theft Policy offers broad protec- Phonc 82S SUPPLY 419 \Vosl iMiiin Street Auto & HOME FARM LOANS THERE IS A DIFFERENCE Not all farm loiins arc aliko—mul there's no other farm lo;m as ixood is the Equitable Society's loan. 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