The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1946 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 13, 1946
Page 7
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I FRIDAY, DECKMBKR 13, 1946 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURttR NEWS Interest of Farm Families of This Agricultural Section. Published Every Friday in the PXCH FARM NEWS-FEATURES r« Suggcstors For Better Farmfrif { " Featured For, This Section's Pro- , { grcftKive Farmers. < | Request the best th Martin Oil Company is U'' v '""' -'iwiiy premiums ol finest quality. Remember absolutely I'rcc, useful and valuable —these premiums are ahsolulclv free In !<MKolinc Save your coupons and exchange them for (liiimon and Dundee towels, highest quality aluminum ware, Cannislcr Sels, pen and pencil sets. Also n!as ware coming: soon. See these premiums al The Martin Oil Company BARNSDALL STATION Highway 61 :>l Slate Line am Highway (>1 Station at Steeie, Mo. r/\N BETTER • PULL • LAST LONGER Jj^.ler Bile" gives youi- tractor up to 16% more pull al tUe drawbar because the patented, connected tread-design adds extra traction-bar length right in the heart of the pulling zone, where it counts most. There are no broken-bar, trash-catching pockets as in ordinary tires. Connected traction bars are stronger, too, because they're triple-braced, get 40% longer tread life and 14% stronger cord body. WK HAVK 'nil': KOU.OWING SIZKS IN STOCK: 9x24 10x24' 13x24 10x?.3 11x28 9x32 9x36 Tlx36 13x36 9x38 10x38 0. 0. HARDAWAY W. H. PEASK The Best Today — Still Better Tomorrow I'hone 2102 207 W*st Main Street : armers Warned 0! New Dangers Post-War Period Could Bring Another Crash Like Early '70s Some ff the furjn .snuish-ups )» Ihc curly 2Ts Vi't-iv U\e result of i'is fioing /ihcud inlo the |>jst- jjeriuct wills the brakes ofl ami toot oi\ ilu: i',as, us it \vurtiu\i? pik't-'s and demand for farm pnt- (Uu-ts would ui'vcir let up. Fa Mil JourtuU vcmituls. M my folks now funnitig saw tnSstnkes like that mnde in their own neUhbji'luxids. They need not i>f: rpmimletl. but .some of iht* Ji! 1 . farmers do. that the smart iH', lo do now is y,eL I'eiuly for deflation. This means paying off Ls, i>nictk:mi; thrift, slopplm; expansion, anil wooding out the poorer crops ami acres. xpansion of farm operations, if il Hcotus nL all warrantcci, should ? confined to »ooj laml i»\t\ least 'ifky enterprise, The sound nilo is to keen on with the tvjH' or inrm- n that h:is paid best ill yout r-ri in the rmt. Hiuher trices lor this or that may justify butane out. a bit one \\'a or anolhrr; rhsuu'.iivj a majnr typ nf Farming is .someLhim: clsr aiiain sK'iKl of I'luini'ini; U»o k '.y(>o o ning, put your land [md |)1:int in .shape Lo uro'tu^e hi»:h yields at low ro.sts. Thal'.s gumption. is device a Job-st'eker nttds I he j "pciuu' ami I'U-nly." aim that he holds the key lo | ...... -------- • ermanent pence, the cumUltwUon | s u putcnl oui\ The slogan — ' Rend Courier News Win'.t Ad*. Notice! Uruml 'Dume' lns|)<*ctfil OK AND COUI.KK (UP) — Ai:- ui'illnjl In u hi'iidllnr over « fow- uu of vivhuiuUlou .story whleli nppiwcd In t\)B OraiHI Coulee Stui 1 , 11 group of Hpiuil.Hli engineers WHO tlim'o "Insiicctlnu « dnine." We will be closed Saturday, December 14... for the taking of inventory. If there are any of our customers who need .parts or repair \vork , done, please call us now. Delta T- • II II I ••^^•^•^^••^•^••^ New Theater Manila's Finest Shows KVliftY NIGHT Mutlncc Saturday Jt Sunday •Hot Optus Week 'l»ay> ?:«• p.m. S-il.-Hmi. 1 p.m. Cont. Bhu»1ii» Friday 'Guadalcanal Diary" will) lloli Ktci'li: Scrhil ;ln<l Khurl.s WE HAVE WHAT YOU'LL NEED Smturday "i>\ I'lclurc AMBUSH TRAIL" 4-H Club Girls Win High Honors With Livestock NASHVILLE. Tenn.. Dec. 13. — ' <ETPI—Tlip boys can take a- back yeiU \o the j^irVs now wl^Mi it c«tu<js lo rearing tinp cattle. ! For Tennessee's 4-H club boys and Future Knvnii^vs of America yo.sterdny .sa\\ anunals entered by S»'!s wi» nut. onlv the grand chnni- pionship bm also llie rcsofve cli;nii|>ionK]i!|) in (lie annual Tennessee P.U Cattle Show. An An^us calf owned by Miss Sarah Bobbins, of Wilson Couiilv, ; won the grand championship, and a Hereford calf owned by Miss Peggy Sue Thompson, of Smitli county, n-on the reserve championship. The show will close twiny with an auction sale of the prizc-win- ilini; cattle. The ncliilL show saw Albert, Oooiiall. Wilson County.,,win top honors with an Angus entry. Saturday Owl Show So Dark the Night" with Slfvrn (ii'r;iy Short Subjects 312 So. Second St. SEE US FOR ALL YOUR LAYING HOUSE NEEDS L. K. Ashcraft Co. '/j Illk. !J. lit Krlscn Urpilt I'lmiie 4HK issued by lo, Arknn \viire!inu.s< i or M.f (>|ieu G:30 p.m.; Kliow HUrto 1 Friday and Saturday , To Cotton Buyers The. 20 warehouse receipts, described below, the Federal Compress Company, ISlylhevi! Siis, have been lost or stolen and duplicate receipts have been issued in lieu ol' llio los receipts: rVa//oce Remains Political Figure in United States With Henry Wallace out of the Cabinet, lie will not be seen or icnrrt from too much over (.he irxt few weeks or months. Hut Washington is not prepared to write lim off as a political figure, Farm Jcurna! points out. His new job as editor of the New Republic gives him an ideal t to keep himself before his following of leftist! dogooders,. and otlier excuse for spccchmnking. The essence of Wallace's Ncvi York speech was that the Administration was following policies that would lend lo, not peace, am to be known as a peaceplanner could be a valuable asset in the i presidential year 1!HB. Any ambitious ricmagog can r. 1 ways round up a large vole by telling the city masses that they arc downtrodden victims of Wall Street and the wealthy rl:<::s. When to Federal Compress Tatv No. 23<1,272 234,273 23'1,27-L 2b 1 'l;275 23-1,276 23-1,277 23-1,278 -23-1,27!) 234,280 23-1,281 23-1,282 23-1,283 23-1,28-1 234,285 234,280 234,287 234,288 234,289 234,290 23-1,291 Cm No. r.:!,27() 5I1.2G2 5;l,2Ci(i r»:!,227 53,2:55 r>3,2(M r)3,2('i7 53,2-K 1 , 53,190 , r )3,2<i3 53,2(if) 53,229 53,2fi8 53,272 44;', -MS GI5 483 485 -'.7 1 524 WO fil.'i r,r,i r/29 .155 DELTA Published By The D«H» Implement Ct>., Wylhevill* Vol. 4 y, l)r<i. 1:1, Niv 117 A (iliidliill roiul grader was deltvuveil f« V. iM. Kriltain (liis week. If you care (o inspool this Cruder it can )K> si'cn on our lot. - 1)1 Mont prntfiiosliciijors liorosiljouLs arc i'orc- a rise in the price of I/ires. II' you need a tire or have someone on your Xnius list who I'oulil use one, it would lie wine lo huv it now. * - DI— ' HAVING A\V OF KKCKII'TS OFFKKKI> TO Tllli^I OR WIUF. US IMMKIHATKLV. XlhMUKKKI) WAIIKIIOIIKK TOIt SALK. I'l.lCAKi; CAI.I. FARMERS GIN CO. I,EACHVIU,K, ARKANSAS Telcphonr: I.ourhvlHo, Arl(-, Xo. II What makes the difference? \Vluil mnkcs Ihc Xc\v Ford Trnrlor so neres- sjii'.V on your farm? Well, it woiiltl liika more Ihiin a liltlu space to U'll. Dotiflas I.awson ill the UussyH IMiillJ|is 'I'viK-Xor C'onipany will jjlii'lly point out (lie many' fine ptiinls that, make Ford so nnccs.sury, so vcvolulionavy in traclor finl<l. Drop in today ami geL :\<-- Plenty of power Plenty of fraction without Unnecessary WEIGHT! SEE DOUGLAS LAWSON ABOUT THE t NEW FORD TRACTOR When your Internal ioiml Harv«s(cr was new it had ilXI", III imrlK (hroni;lioii( — (hill's :i Highly gnod way In ki'op il. We can supply yon will) (iciinine III parls and accessories fur your tractors and C(|iii]i- menl. KCcp them in Rood shape with good jiarts. -- Df— — Notice is called lo the advertisement, run this week on our closing tomorrow. This is necessary for Die taking of inventory. - or - 'Sheriff of Las Vegas" wild Wild Bill Elliott u* Itcil Kyiltr llnliliv niakc. Alice Flfmlnc -• .Serhil: I.nsl Chapter - '^ "Clili'ki C'urter,, l>etecllve" "~; Alsn Shorts- - • SAT. AIIDNIO1IT SHOW Sliirls ;il 10: If, |).m. "TOKYO ROSE" Hyt'on Hiirr, INhinaen Alsn Slniris We sfill nr(f« you (o participate in fhc (uin- • injr in ol' scrap iron. i\lakc il a liahil . . . every lime you run upon a piece of scrap on your place, send it lo your 'nearest .jnnU. dealer. This will help more than any other (me tiling to insure your gelling thv fuvin machinery you ask for. Corne on, join in, help industry and the country star! upon I lie greatest production age ever! RITZ THEATRE j Manila, Ark. 4 \.' Friday and Saturday b "SAGEBRUSH LAW" g uidi Tim Holt <':ir((ii>n ami 1st ('huptcr "/orrci's lilark Whip" Hear America's favorite tenor 'FERGUSON S V S T I M ^.^IBk. WHCtL-HS* lUfLIMfNT* RUSSELL PHILLIPS TRACTOR COMPANY SATIIKDAV OWI, SHOW "THE APE MAN" \villi Bclii I.Uffosi i Tins Cartoon DOUGLAS LAWSON, Mgr. BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. JAMES MELTON Every Sunday on the If yon li:ivcn'l hcnnl Inlcrna- lional Ilitvvcs- Icr's "If:i'rvosl of S 1 n i- s", I line in (In-.- Stindiiy ;; n >1 lisfpii; you'll ..-< , '^ program . . . CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Costs So Little" WKEKUAYH llov Offiro Opens G:4"> p.m. Show starts I:** :„„• ,, m | cn . with Howard Barlow and 60-piece Orchestra .. ... Lyn Murray Chorus Distinguished Dramatic Casts slol 'y or Special Musical Guests D (\VO. INTERNATIONAL HAR«STEft U Friday and Saturday "The San Antonio Kid" with Wild Bill Kllrnll ;>ml Hobby UlAkf Striat: "MunJiiml on Mystery Islanil" Chiiiil. 10 Also Carloou OWI. SHOW Starts at U:00 ti.m. "The Oklahoma Kid" with James Ca«ney anil Koscnury lan« •Turiilr Monster Strikes" Clupt. Also Shorts

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