The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1948 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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FRIDAT, JANUARY M, 1948 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Published Everr Friday tn the interest of Farm Families of This Agricultural Section. FARM NEWS-PEAlijRES PAGE 8BVEH SuggMton* For Better Featured For This Section's Progressive Farmers. TRACTOR NEEDS AND CALL YOUR FORD TRACTOR DEALER ... • EXPERT REPAIRS • REASONABLE CHARGES • EASY PAYMENTS Always a Few Used Tractors on Hand for Sale! Dial 2777 for Service RUSSELL PHILLIPS Tractor Company Ford Traclors Dearborn Farm Equipment Sotifh Highway 61 isceola Breeder To Conduct Sale 17 Shorthorns to Be ' Offered at Auction In Little Rock, Mar. 4 when the Arkansas Shorthorn Brcpdf-rs Association holds its 1948 auction in LHtlp Rock March 4, 17 ol the top entries \vill lie from !lie CF. H. Florida lierrt of Oscnola. it WRS discloscrt today \viUi announcement of plans for the sale. The auction will be ajmUiclocl il the Arkansas Livrslock ShtnvsrouiKts following A [ire-sale slnnviiiR of both polled and homed stock srhe- duled for the NiornlnR of March 4, Fourteen breeders have ronslpned cnlle nrc beinc producer! In tlie licsl MonrtHus in Uir slmvlhmn brood, nccoixlmp to O. 'I', Wells, nt Enjjlarul. ni:mnr,er of tlie show. The hirKest, sinKle COIIMRHOV i s O. H. Florida of Osrooln. who Is fcuditiK 17 head. The herd bull of (lie Florida Stoek Farm will be brought to the sale for exhibition purposes. The sale Is limited to rattle owned and bred by Arkansas breeders. This is being done to shmv the people of Arkansas that top .thnnlinrn cattle are chiiiR produced in the slate, according lo Mr. Wells. The quality of the Arkansas Shorthorn is constantly improving, due both to the adaptability of. the. cattle to the Arkansas farms, and recognition by the Arkansas breeders of the fuel that it pays lo buy Kood cattle and to offer good cattle for sale Mr. Wells said. Recent years have beeti Koori ones for the shorthorn catle. Mr. Wells said nothing that the breed has had consistent, champions at livestock shows and expositions llirout!h- out the country. The Brand champion steer at the International Stock Show at Chicago lor the lust three years 1ms been a shorthorn. College Gets Funds for Livestock North, !Unj« I But, In Mlwls- slppl County, Arkansas, to th« liMtt Mid beat bidder lor tho HU8 crop year only, upon tlin following terms and conditions: 1. llli\» Bhall be cither for cnsh rent per acre or crop rent with > cnsh rental guarantee, •i. Did. shall be In writing, wal- rd and submitted to the under- iml, and thn outstrip of the. vi'loiw (IMIitctly innvkorl "lllrt on rental of section in. Township 1'2 North, nniiRc 8 EMI for th» 1018 crop year only", a. Dlriji must In recelt'nd by the Commbwloner not l«t«r Uun 10:00 o'clock a.m. the 31 dty o{ Januiry, 19« at the office of the undcr- Klg'icd at the Mississippi County Courthouse, Blythevllle, Arkaniaj, •t which time all btdj ihall. bt opened In the pretenc* of on* representative from each of the board of directors of school Districts No. 36, S nnd 66. All Inquiries concerning the rental of snld lands should be directed to th ( undersigned. Harvey Morrli, Circuit O!«rtl Commissioner. Dr. j. w. KArns. presldonl of Arknnsas Slntc Colleen In Jourobnro. dcfl) Is shown rirelvliiR from Oscar Melton, iiresidont of the jonosboro chamuer ot Commerce (tenter) ;i check fur $B.OOI) whlcli In li be used by tlie college lo start a thoroughbred herd of beef ctiUlo for tho college. On tho rlifiit. Is Di R. C. Cassell, hci\d of Ihe college's drptutmcut, o! nKtu-ullun 1 . The chock was piosciUcit to tlie ccl h;ul Ijr.-n Minli'd in orrin 1 to i lo Ihe. I)p|mi tmenl rif E£"S J J&W^iW l '...ER...WA\T, MRS. FEEDtEBOMB. I WANT TO WIPE iV\V GLASSES AGAIN/" Don't overload your electric clrcuifs. Wh»n you -build or modernize provide ADEQUATE WIRING. Ark-Mo Power Co. off ic lit Is by Ch umber ol Commerce oltktnl.s following a ITI cent visit to Jom\sboro by Ciovcr- ' nor ^nnt'Y nncl \\ii.s presented in behalf of Jono.sboro businessmen find others in Northeastern Arkansas. puivirit* briH'lit nil of Noi 'thcHst through Mic. vuuun would .study al Ihr lu au-rnLing (In- y would ! ul Arkansas , more .si l>i, Kticus r.s of Die Cluuiibi'i- of Coin- Mr. Melton stntPfl Dial this pioj- | inera- wininly will j;lvc to Colk'nt 1 . Notliini; ihitn lo know Dml JutuLs ate now hi hand lo bo used In building n sound llvc.slpcX ino^riun. .Sucli u inoKi'inn will IJD of RrciU Ijoiicht. not only to «lu- drnt.s, ])ut, t<» nil Turin hi i; Inlcru.st in this purl of out 1 Sliile." Form Agencies Map Program In Pemiscot- CARUTHERSVILLE, Ma.. Jan. 22. —Harry Bnrker of the Soil Conservation Service uns named chairman of the Pemiscot County Gov- ernmcrH Agencies group al a meeting at Uie county agent's office here, and J. H. Rudclick. of the HEA, svas named secretary. Production problems and conservation of food ant! feed were tho focal poinU on the program, ntui the various agencies adopted a six- point, program to recommend to Pemiscot Counts- farmers and residents clurinR 1548: 1—Produce and conserve food at home to furnish the family R good diet. 2—Feed » balanced ration to poultry and livestock. 3—Cull and sell non-loycrs and poor livestock. 1—Control parasites. J>—Destroy rats on farm |n-em- Ue-s sand elsewhere prevalent). 6—Produce pasture and hay for livestock retained on farm. Each agency representative Four Fertilizer Meetings Called University Expert On Soils to Confer With Missco Formers In Paramount Releases "Wild Barest"... He-Man Movie of Bit-Scale Wheat Harvesting Stars Alan LaM f Dorothy Lamoor, Robert Preston, Uoyd Nolon A serins of four c]l,scussinns soils and fort Hi/or. 1 ; by Dr. R. Bartholomew, nsodntc director [ rliargr of iT.sosirch a I the Univoi 1 * sily nf Arkansas" CO]!PRP nf Agriculture, will IIP held in Misslsslppl . County ou Jan. 2R and Jan. 2!). jit wn.s nniuMincorl today by County Agent Kcllh Bilbrcy. Tlie meetings, arranged by the Mississippi County Farm Bnrctvi and the County Exlcn.ston Service, will deal -primarily with fertilize is and soils management. Mr. Bilbrcy snict, and will include discussions nn how to determine what fertilizer clement fnrmrr.s of Ihi.s iirrn (night need. The first of Ihe four discussions will be held in the audit or hi in nf the I.enchville High School nl 7;'JQ p.m. Jan, 2fl. Similar meetings will be hplrl nt, the high school in Manilla nl 10 a.m. Jan. 20; in UlytUe- ville al '2 p.m. the same dntc and In the Court House at Osceola at 7:LIO that night. Tho sUc for the Blythc- %'ll!c nicctiuB will be announced later, lie snifl. Mr. Bilbrey stated that the mm IN Tirn rnoiMTr, CODKT FOIJ THR CIIICKASAWIIA DIS'l'ltlOT OF MISSISSU'1'1 <:OUNTV, AU- KAN'SAS. In Ihe Mutter o! tho l-Mate : of Faster JohnscHi. Ill-censed : NDTICi; TO CIIKDITOUS Nollue Is hereby given that Ihe undersigned sv«s on I his day appointed Adminlslralor of Hie lls- tatc of Ester Jiihusan, Decvnscd. All persons hnvtut; elaituK u\;ulnst. said estate HIT hat-by notlfiert lo exhibit them lo the undersigned ndniinisti'nlor. prnperly niilhentl- cnlcd. wilhln six ill) months from the date or Die first publication of tills notice or they will lie forever barred and precluded from any benefit' In .snld eslnle. The nULrcss or the midcisluiii'd aclmlnlstiator Is TJIythevUlc, Arkatisas. 'Hits Uic 21st day of Jaminry, 1848. I). L. Bnnlster, Administrator of the Estate of Eslcr .Joliu- fion. Demised. Holland .^ 'i'aylor. Attorneys for Admlni.slrFitor. Notice Is undersigned the renting to svit: Sec NO'I'ICK hereby ijls-cn thnt Ihn will receive lilds for or the school section. tion 1(1. Township 12 Arkansan Appointed District FSA Director John L- Faulkner of Menu, Ark., has been appointed district director of the Sixth Farm Credit District by Farm Credit Administrate "WiM Hnrrest," Paramoun rIou-n-[o.cATth ilvama ilcpic vrninrc* of .1 whrac Combine me new from Tc\a< nnrl! (.an.icl.1. it An oiurislit lii.l like ilicir film fate r Oomblnci In Tt»c ffcrt are M=n*fr- Ing att- Harris ScU-Pi«pcUetl mixlcU, v*mc as N^rvcvt- those used in Uic Harvest Brignrtc, %'anl to rho^cn hv Paramount to typify today'* >r dio'O HTxIcrn haivcsi marliincs. F^ch biles pli ami olf a g*x>| .«)0 JICTCJ oC grain in ao mgc working day. roivdy—packed with action. All nf the The Masscy-Harris Clipper Combine Distributed and Serviced by 'W Implement Company in KlytheviJlt CARL WALLACI BOB SMITH Attention Retail Food Merchants they're here! UK; stiirdinjr new improved Globe Meat Slicers Fin- Tree Hemonslrntion Cull or See Dell Scott 1211 W. Main Ph. 2260 agreed to keep this program before j ings w m hc opcn lo the public and r r in« PSPCCUVe 8 ™ UpS lhrou fi h -'hc urRcd all Tar.ucrs of the county 0111 u ™' to aticucl at least one meeting "Dv Bfirtholomcv.' l.s thfi stale's lenditr) authority on sails munaRenicnt am fertilisers and It win bfi to the advantage of nil farmers who now use or contemplates using- fertilizers to talk with him/' He a!so stated that J. M. Thoin- ason of Little Rock, district cxtcn- », *-«.u, ^rraw, Aommistrauon . 5 l 0] , agent, will accompany t)r. Bar- Governor I. W. Duggan. according tc tholonicw to Mississippi County and an aiwiounccinent by D. M. Hardy, i wH i B5S j S i with the discussions. general agent of Ihe Farm Credit Administration of St. Louis Hi*; r» • . *• n term will expire December 31, 195U ^CfD/SCOf Farm Bureau To Hear Insurance Man CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. Jan. 23—ANiei-fc W, LutUvin, nianii- WAHNIN'fJ OUDKR In the Chancery <:<>iirl, Chlrkft- s.iHlia [)lstrlct, Mississippi County. Arkansas. Kdnn Roberts Plainllff. vs. No. 10,;iB5 W. il. Hoheils Uelcmlanl. The ricrendant W. II. liolieils Is hereby warned to appear wilhln thirty days In Ihe court named In Ihe caption hereof and answer the complaint or the plaintiff Edna Hoberts. Dated this 22 day of January. l»ia. HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk. By Hetty Peterson, n. G. Claude F. Cooper. Ally, for Pitt. Ed B. Cook. Ally, ad lltem. 1:23-30-2:0-13 "Delta Implements Did My Tractor Repairs On the Easy Time Basis!' vs tlironjflioul Pomiscol and Mississippi conn, lies HVC finding (lint DoHit tiiiplomcnts Inc. gives a bcllcr price nnd bolter repair work on easy credit (onus. Don't waste, timr> with iinmtema. Your tractor !• valuable. Bring it to your International Harvester dealer! GET OUR FREE ESTIMATE INTERNATIONAL" HARVESTER 3/2 SOUTH 2™ ST. PHONE863 LONG-TERM . MONEY for the BUSINESS OF FARMING per of thr Farm Bureau MnMhil In- .suiancR Cninpnny or Jefferson CUy, Mo,, will be, tUc pvinclpa^ spcukpr ;vt llic- mmual incL'LitiK of Ll\c Peml5- cnt County Farm Bureau, lo br hckl \Vrclur.s(Uiy n!j;lit, Jatu 2fl r at the \VrirclcH hiifli -school. The iiiectluR bfKin.s nl. (>;;if) p.m., with a covrrocl dish .supper U'itli rnun Bureau ninnbcrs to briup some extra rli.sb. niul Iho Tiiireau to ftir- 111.^)1 tlie ineiit, bread nntl collec. PLEMENT CO. North 6lh Street Phont 2142 FARM LOANS UP TO 40 YEARS at 4% Get a loan with alt these advantages— FARM INCOME PRIVILEGE • PREPAYMENT RESERVE PLAN • TAILOR-MADE TERMS • PROMPT, FRIENDLY SERVICE • NO EXTRA CHARGES Only Equitable Society Form Loons have all of thes« lea- lur«. Let « tfiow how th«y con benefit you. Terry Abstract and Realty Co. Abstracts - Ivinds - Loans 213 Walnut Phone 2381 16x48 Army Surplus Building SECTIONAL Good feed and good sanitation will help you get your chicks, pigs, and calves off to a flying start. See us for PURINA'S special starting feeds. Rre Our ncmnnslr.ilion Rulldlns Freclerl In (I,) PRICE $365.00 F. O. B. LOUISIANA Much less than Hie cn.st nf m.itcri.il nlonr. These blllldinRs mart* of prc-«ur lumber, have been used as harrarks. They come lo you complete, roof, flonr, floors, windows, over 75.0 sf]. ft. floor space. Four men can erccl In two tla.va. Put Up a Home for Little Over $1,000 IJSK FOR HO.MKS, WARKIIOrSKS, FAU^l nllll.DINGS Alsn Availahlc Ifixlfi liuildiiiKS, price Sins.flO willi floors SPECIAL OFFER Dtir (o Ihe limited time \ve have lo fulllll nur Rovernment conlrael. wt will .supply eunuch NF.W roollnj sncl NF.W A.sphalt hrirk xlriin^ lo completely cover eilher of Uic above huiWInss »l ahsnlulcly no extra cost. MARION SURPLUS SALES Wayne H. Duncan; Company Reprrsenlalive. SOS \VAtd Av«. Phont 838 Carulhersvlllr, Missouri AMERICA'S FAVORITE FEED FOR PURINA CHEK-R-FECT Pleasant odor. PURIK* CKEK-R-TAIS PulSn chick w You'r* money ahead when your ehicki live and grow—la §t. That'i whjy it .,/ pays to f»«d —"~ CHICK STARTENA • AlANCE YOUR ORA1M We recommend Purina's special supplement, made {or f-a-»-1 growth. It's... SOW & PIG CHOW -FEED PURINA CAIF STARHNA Every bag »ave« 4 can* milk and fcoiti far let*. TURKEY STARTENA Groweri KNOW it pay* o li in last growth and livability. L. K. Ashcraft COMPANY H BlM* Bfi.lh al Dejwi

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