The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 5, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER C, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIICR NEWS ., Interest of Farm Families of This , Agricultural Section. | Published Every Friday in the FARM NEWS-FEA7 URES v-' ?Jff£-*t steyxt* Suggestons For Better Partita* Featured For Thii Section's Kresaive Firinen. 4-H Club Member To Buy Tractor 1947 Corton Project To Get Youngster Started on His Own liennio neason, 15, a member ol the Ulaokwaier 4-H Club. !ius made s "elt « .success o:' his i-lub projet-ls l 'i;U ht- plans to buy his own equipment and raise his ov/tt crop next year. Hennio has'taken cotton for his . I'.'oject this year and is farming • 41, acrc.s of land owned by |,is - f sillier, w. I,. Deason. of Blackwater. Al planlini; time lasl Spring, uc und his father agreed that in return for his tilling the 40 acres, Hennii would receive the full pi'o- ceed.s from .six acres of eouon to use toward purchasing bis own GRANDPA'S FULL OF PEP j Now He's Found Fast Help From Getting Up Nights • Kore'j gnoil news for you folks v.'lio iavo to K ot up at night to pass water, ht.vo bai-kuche, too, because of minor functional 1/idjipy cliscrdeis. Three general ions ngo, . famous ilccto? developed a medicine Tor tljis very [rouble. Wow millions havu used it. ofleu will] fcrilazlntjly fast, elective results.TI:e medicine is l)r. Kilmer's Swamp liool, mada of 16 Kerbs, roots, vegetables, :uul by]. Enrns — truly nature's own v:?v to relief Instantly you take i!, it start; lo uoi'- iiusl.mg out kulney* . . . men-ases tho fimv of urine, helping to relieve excess fccidity . . . sc- irritnted blacMer get; m good Hustling 0111. too. Caution: Take • b directed. You'll ,ay it's marvclou'j. For Ireit trial supply, write. Dept. F Kilmer k Co., Inc., liojc 1255, Stamford. Cu Or — K tt fnll.sized boltlo <M S-A-.inip-Koot today ut your drujtstors. Mexicans Arrive to Pick Cotton The first cuiuiiipct'iUs of the MOO Texas Mexicans reeruitetl for the ctiHon hnrvesl in North Miss isslupi County by mcnilir-rc of the C'Dlckasawba Farmers Association arrived in niytheville this wees it was announced today by Keith HJ|. biey, county auem. Thp !lrsi •!!) remiileii Mexican'; arrived in Biyllicville Wednesday in three crows :incl were di.spalched by If. IJ. Sheppard. f llrm | llbor |S . sistant for Norlli ..v.ssl.ssi]:i)i County lo Marion Koeliler, of DC!] and Chnrlcs Hose or Uoseland The contract signed by both l-t- borcrs and planters .specifies Unit the -pickers shall .start at 53 p L . r hundred, Mr. Bllbrey .•,t;itc:i. With the arrival" o f the Latl-i Americans, iho labor situation in North Mississippi County, at present, looks brighter tha'n in any previoiis year sinec before the w,i' : [hi- county at;eiu srtid. lie staled lllut the county tnnn labor assistant is rceeivinjj" |r.it,Ts and calls li'om liunilies all over the country e.xpiessini; their desire to come to Mississippi Coum.y for the cotton harvest, and that tliey Bad News in the Corn Belt | cciuiptnent. i Mi. Deason also agreed that he would loan his son t,i>o additional I money reciuiicd to purc'nase n new | tractor ami other equipment necessary for tilling 40 acres which i Bennie will rent iiexl year. liennie has been a' member o; the ulackwatcr club for five years. In addition to canyiny on his cotton demonstration, he is conducting a corn -variety lest to cornpan: hybird corn will] open pollinated varieties. - j>V "':^^ > '-^f"> $$&&•& W*!~^tl 'W$^>*$£''-~-'"' : ' •'•'•'• .**'•'•/'>• '>!':;, J-TVa wwmKWWWft'.W l^^a^i-irirT;. ,^^-j-i. ^^^^K'A ;?f| f { ii"-r>'-' :; ^' 1 "; ; '>-;i// '' '-''-i '•'"'V-t.'rt fir;-.';'-:".',- ,.-i5;;: ffc-rfc^f "fl Wk'J^«KWW« A'. WI*»*'?"PA ..",":•.!:; V -^,- •• pV^ : oiitini. [,[;ulc '. (.|l.lW'|l.ll) Attention Farmers! The New Holland Machine Co. Of New Holland, Pennsylvania has appointed Russell Phillips Tractor Company their authorized dealer to handle their, line .... of farm equipment. This Includes: ONE MAN HAYBALERS BALE LOADERS FLAME CULTIVATORS FEED GRINDERS CONCRETE MIXERS WOOD SAWS CORN SHELLERS FRONT END LOADERS ROTARY SOIL TILLERS St'<? Us Now If You j>] an fo Use Any of the Above Kquipmcnl! NEW HOLLAND AOTOMftTIC PICK-DP BALING PRESS MODEL 76 "AUTOMATON- Of proven design, this modern efficient baler p lc ks up hay from the windrow, bales and lies - at the rate of 250 bales per hour. And the entire baling process is au!o™°£ c - Ius! ho <* up the "Automaton" behind your tractor and you are ready logo. No extra labor reguired. See your dealer today for complete information. RUSSELL PHILLIPS TRACTOR COMPANY Douglas Lnwson, Mgr. Sonfh Highway fil Phone 2171 Seven-year-old Elmer Wilken learns the sad story of 10<17's poor corn crop from his father, a Pen- fickl, III., farmer. Most of the pollen on this stalk, Mr. Wilken explains, has already fallen, one! tin-silked corn cars have nol been pollenalud. Midwest's continued heat wave makes this season's corn prospects even darker. Soybean Plats Measured for Yield Contest Measuring or ihc fivc-ucri so.v- lican plots for the Blytheville Junior Chamber of Commerce'; tlr:;!. nnntinl Soybean Yield Contcs: began this v.-eek, it was announced today by^ \V. O. Hazclliaker, as- sislnjil'cduiily ntiont, and a"'inember of tbe comrniltee. r rhe measuring or tb r cnn;n?; plots is the .second phase of the conlcsl. he said, with hnrvi-slir,3 marked as Hie thirci phase, liar- vesting is expected to get underway early in oclabejvlie said, and must ue completed 'prior to DM-ember 1. Tbe contest, the first of its kind in this county, is being promoted by the Blytheville Jaycces and iis main objectives is (o increase tbe total soybean production and money value In the county, to find '.vhcrc Mississippi county ranks in Pi-odtiction among other soybean- producing counties in the nation mul to help the countv Kftin nn- lional recognition. The Jaycees also spoiism- (he Na- '.vonld come ns soon a.s they "oi:ln be placed. He pointed ant Hint the labor offic" also is receiving several calls from single ]>ersuns .":u! small families who are wanting to pick cotton here this Fall "and urged farmers v/ho can arrange lo room mill board them to cor.:ar; his office as soon as possible. corn prospecls even darker. Ciry Pig, Caruihcrsville j Institution, to Re-Open CAHUTIIERSVTLIJ!. Mo.. Scpl. 5. — Tiie City Pig. well known eating place here for the past. 21 years which has been closed for the past eight weeks for remodeling | and enlargement, will be re-opened | this week end. according to Vnn | Johnson, owner. The plnec, here I alter, will be known as "Van John- sLin's". I The iibiee has been enlarged lo j H'at about- four -times ^ns many I persons ;LS formerly, and'new cook- j INK and serving ctiuipmenl has ; tional C:oU<»n Picking Contest. i Tbe 20-odd entries in Ihe con- I test will vie for tile first place a! ward of $1011 in cash and (lie Ed Critu trophy, with ninner-np receiving S7ft in cash und third place receiving $25. Awards will be based on the actual yield per acre. Mr. Hazdbaker said. been added, as well as venlllntlng iuid hciitinK systems. Farm Loans Al I.(iw«sl Kale ol Inlctcsl Service - -A. F. Dietrich Hnilctl Insuritiu'c AKCIH-.V I lid S- !sl. SI. Ingram K\d' K Mode in 4 Sizes -• for fvery Farm Op*ratie^ I Icrc's -.in AI.1.1'URl'OSr micliine due you'll use ycarJ alter ycur.'Mic l-VERSMANvvi'll not onlydo your jAjnif; joliol din moving and leveling, leaving your ficliisjn '• pcrd-ct condition for irii^tuon and ilruiniigc, but it'js i :i machine you need every ycjr'lbr niainlaining con-'/ [ours and preparing scc<l btds. "" ' v ! TlK'HVKRSMAN is truly an AUTOMATIC Icvekr.' j J< hus the patented eccentric (crank) axle - when wheels «oon hijjli place t tic blade AUTOMATiCALLY'loweo to fiatlicr 3 loud - when wheels &o inrp a (o>v place tht • Wade raises to release enough dirt to fill. Fro'n[.,ci(*l-' Imster aiul rear smoother blade firms the surfac'cas'thc m.ichinc niovcs along producing a finely pulverized seed bed while AUTOMATI,c:AUy l.l : .Vi;LlNG.A,|so ' equipped with patented wheel lift for DIRT MQVJNG which raises and lowers the whole nwchinc dnignhers or releases a big load of dirt wherever you wish. One inexperienced nun driving your present tractor handles this AM. I'URPOSj: machine.'Move's futon rubber tiled wheels. Inexpensive! / " r ~* ' "' : °" *>•"' D '«r toy'!*? flont Mi 'till , IVfRSMAN and hpve Iht tarn? mocWn. ter leveling and <«•« btd pr.poror/on In rfc. 3/2 SOUTH 2^P ST. WAKNING OKDKR Cora I,. Turnquist, Plaintiff vs. No. 10.202 Stuart C. Turnrjuist. nefendnnt. In the Chancery Court, Chicka! sav:ba Dislricl, Mississijipi County. j Arkaiisa.s. i Tin- tlf^fe:ulant Stuart C. Turn- 1 rjllist is hereby \vai-nctl (o rtppcar ; within thirty days in the court ' named in the caption hereof and j I answer the complaint of the plain, UTf. Cora L. Tnrnciuisl.. | Dated this 21 day of August, 1041. j HARVEY MORUIS.-Clerk i I By Betty Smith, D, C. . l Claude P. Cooper and Gene K I I Bradley, ally art idem. I H 22-20-Di5-12 I TRADE-IN 'MlQWmCE- BLAN HEATH T'hone 828 SUPPLY •II!) West Main Street .;,„. .- !! Bock to School and Future Security, Education and savings go hand in hand You w:inl llioni !>;ick in school every Fall rigM up through collctfc, bul (he future i« unccrliiin and sonictimt's (he Iiesl iilsins f:iil licciiusc they lack niatcriiil invcslmcnt and liiinl-licnded pnicliciilily. A belief way is to have voting children hcl|> themselves with their own savings p| n n. Hcing thriHy is fun and h;t.s meaning when it Incomes personally nniler.stood. Children soon real- i/e I he value of independence and become increasingly nmhitio.us. The pride in watching a savings account grow gives character and integrity. THE FIRST NATIONAL, BANK IN BLYTHEVILLE Tfic Only National Bank in Mississippi County

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