The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1952 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 12, 1952
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT (ARK.) COtJRTBB WBW1 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, FARM NEWS AND MCPA Is Urging Farmers to Get Cotton Classed Only Way to Get Top Market Prices, Agri Organization Says The only way for producers (o make sure they get the lop market price (or the 1952 cotton crop Is lo have ench bale classed. An all-out Informational campaign has been Initiated by the Missouri Cotton Producers Association to encourase all cotton producers to have their cotton classed before It is placed on the mnrket. The MCPA is also encouraging ginners to at least mnke an effort to get away (roin buying lint on a gin-run basis. The MCPA stated that proper harvesting and marketing method- can add \ip to S20 to the value c-f each bale of cotton, as the end result would be nn improved grade of cotton and the producer who exercises care In picking would be rewarded for his efforts. And thci ginner (buyer) would be able to pay a better price for high grade cotton. Buyuig on grade Is an Incentive to the grower to follow recommended harvesting practices, also when cotton Is sold or bought on a gin- run basis, without having first been classed, the producer of quality cotton Is usually penalized In order lo bring up the price for inferior grades marketed by other growers. Buying on grade protects the buyer (ginner) as It reduces the risks Involved In the buying of cotton. In the past many ginners have suffered severe losses by purchasing cotton of an undetermined H.D.CLUBMEMOS fcy Mm. Gtrtrade B. Bollmai (Ron* Demonstration Axeall Don't Like It I rton't think "H. D. Club Memos" is a good title for rny column—what do you think? More things are Included lhan Just the happenings In the home demonstration clubs. Will my readers help me select ft more fitting title? Send your suggestions or call my office. Fair We hope that no one misses the 1 women's exhibits at the fair this year. They will Include canning, cooking, clothing, household articles, handicraft, flowers and art These and the 4-H exhibits will be In the 'woman's building. The ladles In charge of these booths will include: Mrs. P. B. Jarrett, Mrs. Mary Scrape, Mrs. I.ce Stiles, Mrs. Essie Davis. Mrs. W. O. An'dcrson, Mrs. Forrest Moore, Mrs, J. D. Hemby. Mrs. Earl Hubbard, Mrs. Ray Hall and Mrs. C. A. Tant. The home demonstration clubs educational booths will be In the old exhibit building this year. Be sure to nee them. The clubs having booths are:, Leachville, Armorel, Yarbro, Lone Oak, Fiat Lake, Dogwood, Blackwater. Monettc, and Greene County has two botohs. The home demonstration club women will have a booth in the center of the old exhibit building to Mil «urprls« packages and cooking. The proceeds will go to the 4-H House Fund. In thta same booth there will be home demon- stratlons and 4-H demonstrations. S»r* That Pout* . County hom« garden- be glad to krfow that the Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics has found satisfactory method, for freezing and canning small potatoes. Their recommendation* for freezinr potatoes are: Select small ones 1 lo 1 and one- halt inches in diameter. Wash and scrape the potatoes well. Cook In boiling water for 4 minutes, then cool In cold water. Drain and pack Into containers for freezing. Fill the container full. Do not leave any head space. Seal the container freeze, and store at aero degrees Dixie National Stock Show's Dates Fixed Mdney Abraham, manager. Dix»e National Stockyards of Memphis announced today that final arrangements have been made for the Second Annual Dixie National Stock Show and anle scheduled for Sept. 26 and Tl. *. a. Robinson, Tennesse* f.\- tenslon Livestock Specialist and Show Superintendent stated the Junior Livestock Show open to 4-H Club and F.F.A. Chapter of Mis-' •Issippi, Tennessee, Arkansas and 8.E. Mfcsourl, will begin accepting fct Bteer and fat barrowi Thursday, Sept. X a* 1:00 p.m. Judging of the livestock win be on Friday, Bept. X and the Auction Sale on Saturday morning, Sept. 27 beginning at 9:30 a.m. 4-H Club or F.P.A. members de- Biring to enter livestock in the 6how should contact their county agent or vocational agriculture teacher. Show catalogues have been ' mailed to county agents and voca- ' tional agriculture teachers by the show management. Others deslrlnp catalogues' may receive them by wrttlng Sidney Abraham. Dixie National Stockyards In Memphis. 1 The earliest known member ot the giraffe family hart a shorter neck and was less than 6 feet high at the shoulder. Read Courier News Classified Ads. RE-ROOF WITH LONGER-WEARINO THICK BUTT SHINGLES • Lasting protection against rain, il«t and snow is assured when you apply the shingles that are "Millerized" for longer life — Certain-teed Thick Butt Shingles. Not only do Thick Butt Shingles essure you of an all-weather roof, but they provide your roof with an | extra layer of firs-resisting material, ! which means added security for you. Lot us show you Kmp!e« todayl • ••• — "».•«•— —•••••«•»••.••••••• E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. Phone 4551 'Friendly Building Service' f, £RTAJ.\ TEED THItK-BUTT SHIITGIES Fahrenheit. To can potatoes, wleet potatoes 1 to 3 and one-half inches in diameter. Wash and scrape. Cook In boll- Ing water for 10 minutes. Drain and pack; into Jars. Leave one-half inch head space. Add one-half teaspoon salt for pints and 1 teaspoon for quarts. Cover with boiling water. Process in a steam pressure canner at 10 pounds pressure — pints 30 minutes, quarts 40 mintes. Woman Gets Embassy Post in Washington SAIGON, Indo-Chlni OT — A young Vietnamese woman Is going to be the first secretary of the newly established embassy of Vietnam In Washington. She Is Miss Elisabeth Nguyen Xuan Dung, who holds a diploma from the University of London and Is a resident of Saigon. REVIEW head of the 3rd Maryland Hegl Maryland Claims First 'Old Glory' ANNAPOLIS, Md. (^-Maryland claims to own th« original "Old Glory," The flag, thought to be the' oldest In existence made In accordance with the June 14, 7177 Act of Congress, Is on display in the Statehouse. That's the oldest state capital In daily use, and the flag claim relies on a weekly newspaper that claims to be the oldest still published In the country. The state Department of Information says the first reference to " (IS ";* " Old Glor y" appeared In a 1761 Issue of the Maryland Gazette reporting the battle of Cowpens, S. C. The term was attributed to William Bachelor, a Baltimore soldier who carried the flag at the Bachelor's son at the Battl* of The same regimental flag Is the North Point when the British ta- one now under glasa fa the State- vnded Maryland hi 1814. «S5£SS£ STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 1 TM 1MEIK1N ajsrlumc coMfmr, MK. . Tftm.tU. 83 Satisfied Qwri 61 IMPLEMENT CO. "The Farmer's Home of Satisfaction" SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS NORTH HIGHWAY 61 Phon . 2 142 MASSEY-HARRIS Tht Grtattsf Nam. in Combin., We have a large selection of good used self-propelled and.pull-lyp* combines of different makes and models. MASSEY-HARRIS Sets The Pace - In the post three years, we've had the pleasure of placing 83 MASSEY - HARRIS Self - Propelled Combines in this area. What we're really proud of is the fact that every MASSEY - HARRIS owner is a satisfied owner. We believe this means something to you if you're planning to buy a Self - Propelled ... 83 MASSEY - HARRIS owners can't be wrong! 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