The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 10, 1950 · Page 104
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 104

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Tuesday, October 10, 1950
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TOMCAT, OCTOBER 10, jLilHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER , 1917... L i County ALFALFA DEHYDRATING MILL , .. Located at No. 9, One of the mid- south's finest dehydrating plants. This plant is under the management of Vice President G." O. Poetz. __ f^ • A A • "^1 For Mbre Than Three Decades TheC. C. Langston Farms, one of Blytheville's oldest and largest farming operations, has offered a continuous service for thirty-three years. Founded in 1917 by C. C. Langstph, the company made rapid strides in growth from it's infancy. By keeping abreast of the times with the most modern farming methods in existence, Langston Farms continue to expand under the management of Charles C. Langston. The management of Langston Farms joins in celebrating a half-century of progress ... . a half century that has brought recognition to Mississippi County as one of the world's foremost agricultural centers. COMPANY OFFICES AND'STORE. .. located at Number Nine. LANGSTON FARMS GIN '. located at Number Nine. A large and ex- FORTY AND EIGHT ° Per of Mrs. G. O Poet LANGSTON & LANGSTON ENTERPRISES Blytheville, Arkansas

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