The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 25, 1947 · Page 3
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MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1!M7 160 Farmers View Projects Balanced Farming Idea Bears Fruit in Pemiscor County CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. Au;:. 25. — One hundred and sixty Pem- Ifcol County farm men and ivom:>n attended Hie one-day Balanced. Farm Field Meeting held at the 1 Oscar Coltrell farm near Pascola, County Agent M. D. Ainourgcv stated Saturday. The meeting was ,to show how the Cottiel) family yimti Corked out :t balanced farm Plan that had enabled them lo increase their income, and improve their living conditions, home and farm. The data 'presented by fie Coltrell family contrasted the farm "»<l home, and income, ivl'.n the way things used to be, and ;hc present status since the taJnncsd farm plan had been inaRur.itcd. A similar report was Riven by L. V. Jones, who lives on an ad.ininjns farm, and also has inaugurated a balanced farm plan. Tne plan show.s thai increased farm Income, and belter llvhis conditions, have been realized through improved drainage, .soil treatments, rotating crops, establishing; year- round pasture, and use of more and better livcstick. Mrs. Cottrell told the farm women how their small tenant house had been converted into a modern farm home, improvements including a new roof, new floor, complete covering of the outside, along with addition of more rooms, and storage space. Mrs. Cottrell conducted the women through her home, demonstrating the improvements. In addition to the tour through the Cottrell home and over the Coltrell and Junes farms, discussions were held in tile Cottrell yard, with Miss Madonna Pitz- k Berald. Home Management Specialist from the College of Agriculture, speaking on the home phases of a Balanced Farm Plan. and J. R. Piiulling, state extens specialist in field crops, talking to the men on the favming phases of the Balanced Farming Program. BIATHKVIU-K (AUK.) COUKIBK NKVVS Huddle in Rio—American Style PAGE THREE- Scout Council Se/ects New Area Leader O. Lloyd Tumor of Spnrleiibiirg, S. C-. Ims been iiiiiiieil u.s Seoul Executive of (ho Hastcni • Arkansas Arcu Council, it wns announced SHlunlny by A. Cm-lson, president of Hie Council. Mr. Tinner, who succeeds Wmxl E. Akeis. win ,,,,,150 i,i s home nl Jonesboru. M,-. Akers lias licon transferred to Nnslivllle. Temi. A grmliiate of Wofiard CollcBC. Mr. Turner h ;1 s lonu been active In Seoul work iind hius lickl every position from Ka B l c Seoul lo nsslsl- nnt executive. He will assume Ills new clinic's Sept. 15. Mr. Tinier Is n fovauT school teacher mul was prlnclpul nnd superintendent of both Junior nnd senior hliili .schools In South Carollnn. lie Is a gmduute of (hi) Bind NiUloiinl •iViilnliifj School for Seoul Executives u | Meiulhiun. N. J. Members of the U. .S. delegation «el their heads ln:;ethcr dui'in" a general session of the Inter American Defense Conference in Pclrupolis. near Uio tie Jimvirn, l!ra/.il. Left to ri«lil nrc William U>. Parley, U. S, ambassador to Urazil: Nunium Armour, :is*iManl t-cnelaiy ol slate; Sen. Arthur H. Vanilt-nbtra, president pro tern of the Sciute; and Secretary ol suite George Mai shall. O Edison's Widow Called by Deaih In New York City Read Courier News Wanl Ads. NEW YORK, AUR. 25. (UP) — Mrs. Mina Miller Edison, 02, widow of Thomas A. Edison, the inventor, died last night at PresbytcVian Hospital where she had been critically ill for several weeks. Funeral arrangements were to be made today. Death was attributed by her state extension I' 11 -™""" 1 Dr. James A. Cioss. Jr., siaie extension to a C!U . [lia( . failllrc „„,. thrcc children were at her bedside when she died at 7:45 p.m. Mrs. Edison had entered the hospital July ](i and her condition had been considered grave since last Wednesday. Hci\lioine was in West Orange, iN T . J. Mrs. Edison was hailed by artists as one of the most beautiful women in America when, at tlic age of 21. she became the second wife of Thomas A. Edison. She quickly assumed the position State Probes |Braggadocio Bombing of |Schoo! to Build Writer's Home percenl, and the third urouP lw<> and one-halt iiercenl. with the average rale being; two and twenty- one hundreds tier cenl. Superintendent Kinder !;aH Ihe lirescnl buildiuc program will not lake all tin. bond Issue funds. .\iul I hill oriuinal plans railed lor some additional room to the hluli .school building;, bill he stated Hint the School District \viis hoping; for some stale aid lu ctiinplete Hits poi- ] l ' :m lion of thulr building; program, i ATLANTA. Ga.. Aug. 25. (UP) — Gov. M. E. Thompson charged today that "a rowdy political group" was responsible for the boriibliij; of a veteran political reporter's residence near Atlanta and ordereci his ace state investigators to track down those rcsponsiolc for the incident. Thompson on Saturday luyl just publicly deplored what lie termed "the activities of small and irresponsible groups w'no lake the law into llK'h own hands" in Georgia when nearby Deci'.tur was shaken by a blast. Police rushed to the scene o ; i quiet, residential .Sycamore Street to find the remains of a "moioi-iv cocktail" type bomb on the damaged front porcli of the linuse where C. E. Gregory, chief political $37,000 Annex CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. Allf. J5. — Conslrucllon of a two-room addition to the Braggadocio Grade School is scheduled lo begin about the first part, of September, HC- eoidlnu to Stipl. L. N. Kinder of the BraBKftdo'.-io .Schools! The construction was authorize:! by voting a bond Issiia of Vn.QOfl passed by llic voters at tnc April. ISUi, school election, but the bond.s were not sold until recently, when the District was ready for their building' program lo start. Tlic Kansas City Commerce Trust. Company purchased the bonds, which were divided into three groups, the first ijroiip Ic draw interest, of two percent, I In second group two and one-lo:irth of a bufiei 1 between the inventor i writer of the Atlanta Journal, lives. and the public, to give him the I Gregory, who was reading in hh time he needed for his work. She living room six feet from whc/i; had a wide interest herself, having ! the bomb exploded, was Sed in ti.c national fight for tc;n- \ He said il was the perance and juvenile recreation fa- , "is 27 years of political reportin cilities. ' . tliat "anybody lias tried to gel me." Gregory has been in on Georgia's left vacant by the death of his father. Eugene Tnlmiulgc. Thompson, who won the governor's office from Herman In a decision from Ihe courts last Winter, said he did nol know if attempted ••is iminm.wl '' ev<!n 8C from disgruntled political i\rst t"m" , i | racu °» s hatt ™" s «' " lc bombing. loo Late to Classify We the Women HV KU'l'H MIU.KTT NI!A Staff Writer She is mlddle-imcd, nnd the children in her lame family live grown nnd none I mm home. So. for thu first time in HO years, .she has leisure time on her bunds. By all rights acrordlUK to those who tell American women what's wTun< with them - ihe .should be unhappy, neurotic, anil a problem lo her hutilxind and children. I Instead sh,> Is u happy woman and u Joy to her family. What i.s her un.swer to the ex- perls? II is so simple the probnbly wouldn't Ije Impressed. Itiil here it Is: She is doiiis" Ilii; thing;:! she ul- wny.vwarned to do, mid never had lime lor. Sin:11 things a\ IxToinlng an ex- perl nl raisins I lower 1 ,, rcudinn everything; about, flower I'.rmvlni: thai .she run lay her hands on, experl- mciiling; tvilli all snrls ol seeds. Her cardeiiiiii! | sn '[ limited In llowei;;. hut llowei.s KIVI; her tile nui.sl plrjiMii'e. TIMI: roii TIIAVIX I She lio.s limo.for doing; her own | home deroialiiH 1 ., too, and time lo I plan her Uavclinn rairluliy and (<n | eumiiili ahead ol time r.o'lhal sin 1 Ktl I lie Urn nl miming; over Iravel Hlejature and inakini; an advenlme ol her trips. Hhe. is simply using; her leisure lo <io some of the tliingjs she always wanted lo do. Funny Hint we have » so-falk'il "lost sex." when it -CHI'I oi 1 .so easy for a woman to find herseli when her bin Job In life H done. eight times a.s many boys are drowned. , ,' . J Hoys Vs. (Jlrh Rulh MllletC U has been estimated that Iwlce. < many boy.s an girls flgjurc as; victims In road accldenls, wlule SCREEN DOOtS Most sizes now in' stock. E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. OUR MEMORIES become moic picd^m n5 tinw' ipcl citcum- si.uice m.ike in me ilicin as suliililulcs (or pmom, p],iccs niul iliingjs we clierhli lod.iy. A f.nnily momiriicni selccml now vvliite all arc licrc lu see it, will biing; a wpild of.foui' lot! lo those who live ulonc. ;' > Jno. C. McHaney & Sons "Your jMotuimunt Men" niylhrvillf. Ark. For Sal* 9-i>lccr til i\li i- iiiiuULnt' »iid liouD 3320 or «nltc, nitr oil Lost .ucUofi tortoise i)m week in downtown I'll. 23G3. For Rent room furnished 1315 \V. Mum. Help Wanted Thrao lioys. unc 1U-2J. Mnsit hi: nui nppcnrlhK -V I roc to imvcl. Tr.m i Tiortnttoii iV F\i>i!ii!iu nci'Uiiiil fur nished. -See Mr. [tjuiKk-y. Htiu*! NuhU Irom S lo 7::in ii.in. R 25-|>k-^ Personal iK buck to town. 1 HKI) Curtnlns luniidtrcd nnd sUulchiHl. South Franklin, St. HriS-pk Arithmoinnnin is a strnngc mal- ncly.-.Thc sufferer is obsessed with unuonLrolhiblc flesire to count tilings. Good farm telephone service is their specialty Southwestern Bell construction crews are building more rural telephone lines than ever before. More than 100 rural projects are now under way in Southwestern territory. Others aro scheduled to start soon. Nearly -10,000 new telephones already have been installed in -Southwestern Bell rural areas since the program began in 1946. We won't geb around lo everybody (his year, of course. The job's too big. But ultimately we expect to make good telephone service available to every rural resident in our 700 exchanges. SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY often rough and ready bnuv.1 of politics for years, reporting the rise and fall of political fortunes. The i Tnlmadgc name iind been linked I to his beat during most of this • period. j Recently Gregory nnd n Journal ' associate, George Goodwin, coihib- ' onited on an "expose" of allcuctl election frauci in Tel fair Couniy— home of tlic Talmadjics — whicli .sent you tig Herman. Tulmacige to occur-y briefly the governor's chair Af— Jimmic Edwards Furniture Company What a mattress j It's a GETTING UP NiGHTS OFTEN A SIGN OF MIDDLE Many folki -iCl nml over Imvo to ^ iiftliU— linvo (icipu'itL il havs hncldiclits, loo, If llii» kidncyi s yuur Umiblc, ul liliuldtT wit ol. It q lh« lUiv/ ity, nntl iliuli mil your, itli Or. KLltuor'i woi 1.'^ lo iiicir;tiu int', ht'Ip rt'licvt* C-MTIC ncidbtintlni: voiimUon . . . licljn bln<Ii]cr iriilutiun tlinl n«li you lip riintili. fi\v.iiii|>-Root \* Ituly ujilitrij'n IMVII way to rclkf. M.lHi-m EIDVD tnkcn it Cc.r rliroo Rcnrrnlicni . . . nttori \villi \voiul rtf til i»- inll*. Cji'Jllou: Tako nj directed, Kor frpo ttiiil Bi:]>ply t wtil# Dtp;. t t Xilnwr Ei Co., Inc.j Jiox 1^55, Si.imtoid, Conn. Or — MI fii1l>»Uv(l bo'.lle at S.van>i>-lioot luilfiv ut .votir dMti-Mnio^ M|t lo mir iniul.iUoi. for i-n\.. t-'i vuliif. wo iiromlly prcspiit ihta uov-., l:raii!i riii(iii|c<int!iil mm ml with 5 uln.' 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