JTKIPAT. OCTOBEK is, BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE NINB On Missco Farms Count; Afent Keith I. Bllbre; J««t Uk* • g^nlml - er« «r« Uting this cotton- saving to he«rt. M. J.'Koehler Dell hu b*«n itoring seed Just » squirrel hiding nuts. Lee Adklsson, veterans *<»eh«r »t BlythevUl*, reports that "»«t of hb veteran students will h»v« enough planting se«d for next year. Maybe It Is Just i good habit that most farmers should develop. If you are going to save seed and are not sure about germination, remember this: you can send\ » pound or two of the seed to the State Plant Board. Little Rock, and they will give you i germlnatioi Here's where to get GENUINE PARTS and EXPERT SERVICE One thing you'll like about .the Ford Tractor . . . it's simple in design and built right. Doesn't take much I •ervicing. Yet when it needs something done |r here or theri; it's easy to do. |?" For example, we can reline brakes in almost £ , no time-f". . don't have id pull the axle.-Trans- minion, tteering ... everything is designed for i, efficient Mi-vice. With this new Ford Tractor, you won't need «« often but when you do, you'll like our work. We •erviee all Ford Tractors, ; and Dearborn Farm Equipment, with genuine parts. Russell Phillips Tractor Co., Inc. ALLEN HARDIN, Manager Highway 61 South Biylhevill. RUSSELL PHILLIPS TRACTOR CO. MANILA, ARK. J. A. DAVIS, Mgr. test free of charge. ' an WUt ' The Farmer Advisory Committee to the Marlannn Experiment Station met with- University officials there Wednesday and mapped plans lor a research program that may In time give us satisfactory control recommendations for vertlcllllum wilt In cotton. Vertlcillium win'' Is bad this year all up and down Buffalo Ditch and on most of the good loam land up and down the Mississippi River. Bo far, no control measures are known for verticillium will. Soil Testing Just like farming, this Is about the only good weather we have had alt year to Uke soil samples If we get a good analysis, soil samples must be token when the land Js dr.v enough to plow. Last Wednesday we visited such farmers as A. H. Croom. Jimmy Kennett, Clyde Metcalf. John Bearden and Earl Wildy, to collect soil samples. Windbreaks If you appreciate the shelterbelts in lhe Manila-Leachville area as touch as I do, some of you farmers should put in your order now for black locust seedlings and ask for them to be delivered next March Since we have bought the Arkansas Forrestry Commission out or black locust seedlings every year since I have been here, I think It Is advisable to order now rather than next Spring. I think the cost Is still $2.30 per thousand, merely a cost o! production figure. Soybean Yield Contest • Look out for a record yield In the Jayccc Soybean Yield Contest this year. Farmers are reporting to me unusually high yields on carls- maturing varieties such as Wabash and S-IOO. I have heard of yields from 23 to 40 bushels per acre. They have their winner banquet some time early In December. An outstanding speaker always makes this event .worth attending. Good 4-H Leadership The value of a good local leader cannot be over emphasized. We take this opportunity to let the readers of this column know of the great work being done by Miss Minnie Foster of Yarbro. The Yarbro Club is doing outstanding project work as well as many community activities which directly reflect the influence of this fine leader. "Miss Foster, your work has not gone unnoticed." Soybeans With or Without Corn Ben White of Huffman gave me some new facts on this question Last year from his corn and beans he combined IS bushels of beans and gathered 30 bushels of corn This year on the same land from soybeans planted alone, he combined 37 bushels. Mr. white says he will plant his beans and corn In dif- Official Warns Fanners of New Child-Labor Law School-Aged Youths Can Not be Hired During School Hours DALLAS, Tex., OH. 13—Cotton growers of Arkansas and other parts of the south and southwest were .warned this .week against the hlr ing of school-aged children s s cot ton pickers during .school hours. The warning came from William <J. Rogers, regional director of th Wage and Hour and Public Cou .tracts Divisions of the U.S. Depart ment of Labor here. Mr. Rogers reminded cotton farmers of the child labor provisions which Congress wrote into the P.ilr Labor Standards Act la.sl year enforcement of which falls the u S Department of Labor. His warning came as a result of calls and comments concerning the child-labor provisions and he indicated that he had directed federal investigators to look into the chtld labor situation in various Paris of five-state region covered by his division. • . Musi Be Over 16 The amended laws make it unlawful to employ children under 16 years of age In agriculture during school hours. By "school hours" i meant hours when school is in session for the district where the child under 16 is currently living. Before this time a good many such children, of both domestic and alien parents, have been used in the cotton fields In various sections of the cotton belt, according to reports. In West Texas, several mass meetings of fanners has been held in order to consider the new outlook with reference to youthful cotton ferent' fields after this. Grease Monkey Did you know the engine of your car and tractor has a nose? 'The little gimmick that you remove when adding a quart of oil is called the "breather cap" and is in-reality the nose of the motor. When we were kids, our mothers continually reminded us to' « alch our noses, fo I am reminding you to service those breather caps at regular intervals. Wash the gadget in clean motor oil or kerosene and the result will be less wear on valves and pistons and less clutch slippage. -• > KENTUCKY WH1SKEY-A BLEND. •». 70% fni a ntulnl iplriti. Sdimby D!«. fin, N. Y. N. Y. YOUR NEW DEALER FOR OLIVER FARM MACHINERY FARMER'S IMPLEMENT GO, 416 EAST MAIN STREET Ray Harrison Johnny Young CHUCKLES wv-^ic , me MAN SAID THERE'S MILK IN YOU GOTTA PROVE Calves Bring Top Price in Missouri Sale COLUMBIA, MO., Oct. 13-A load 0/20 dead of hand-picked, selected, light Angus calves brought $4850 a hundred weight In the feeder calf sale- at Untoiivlllc, M O last week lo establish a new record nrlce for the Missouri sales. The calves weighed 422 Ibs. and brousht slightly over $200 a head. They were purchased by an Iowa Buyer n nd presumably will be used for show purposes, E. S. Mattcson, said" nnlmal nusl «nrtryman The bulk of the good to choice feeder calves sold from $35 to.MO per hundred weight in the Union- Ulle sale according to Don Pollock manager of the sale Unlonvillc is the site of the first Missouri /ccdcr calf sale !0 ye"rs ago which proved papular with Missouri producers. As a rpinil a total of 22 *.„,„ ca lf safes are bc- iin) hcW ., om ' tno stil '« l"is HI. The Untonvillc sale has grown until it was expanded lo three clays this year with approximately 3000 calves consigned by farmer-produces In the nre.1. Total gross on the three-day sale this week was H!'j;, rOX T tCl> ' S415 ' 000 ' or °»"°»t SHO a head. A few yearlings arc included in this total. Yarbro 4-H Club Elects Officers Kcllli conies has been elected president of the Yarbro 4-H Club for the 1050-51 school year. H« was elected nt Die October meeting oi ihe club this week. Other officers elected were St«ve McOuirc, vico president; Allene Wilson, secretary; Billy Ray Daniels, treasurer; Elizabeth Brlster, reporter and Barbar* Lobby, song leader. . It was announced at the meeting that the club won a total of $30.50 In prize money during the Northeast Arkansas Pair In Blythe- vlllo last month. Lav/n Games Add To Enjoyment of Home, Agent Says Recreation equipment can increase n family's enjoyment of their home grounds. Home Demonstration Agent Mrs. Gertrude B IIoll- man pointed out today. Families that enjoy their home are more niterested In making it more attractive and keeping it thai way. Recreation equipment need not be cxpensivc-if It is wci] chosen. Much can be made at home from' scrap lumber, brick or native stone More elaborate equipment may be bought, although this takes away the Inn of making it. Home ground..; equipment, Is useful for entertaining Sunday School classes and -1-H Clubs as we i| n s lamily guests. Mrs. Hiliman added. Suitable equipment can be provided no matter what the ages, sand Piles and swings are fine for small children. Sometimes little actual equipment is needed because children can use their imagination with rough boards or scrap lumber stones and other objects Teenagers like games of skill. For his eroup Mrs,.Ho]iman recommends a -.stationary basketball backboard and goal, bean bag toss hazard golf (using old tires and . Jr homemade tale tennis shuffleboanl, or badminton courts' One game that makes a hit. with teenagers is called "Idiots Delight, " This fascinating game Is. made b- aklng a four feet length of strong twine and tying a harness ring In In a tree and tie the loose of the string on a tree limb just enough slack so that the _ u-jll fit OV er Hie hook 'The gj. ie Is played by throwing the rln? at the hook, parents w m ei|i 0 y this game. too. ' -c entire family can tnjoy a' picnic or barbecue area with a grill i and lawn furniture. Horseshoes and washers are also family favorites. Mrs. Hollman pointed out. Hatcheries Place 688,000 Broilers Arkansas hatcheries and dealers Placed 688,000 broiler chicks with producers in the northwtwt area during the week ending Oct 7 the Federal-state Crop Reporting 'service has announced, This is an increase of six per cent over the preceding week. Of the total placement, 333 (XT chicks were hatched in the area and 295,000 came from other state.!. pickers. Own Children Not Included Mr. Rogers mde it clear that the w does not apply to the farmer's own children working'on their part* farm. Likewise, he said, the w sets no minimum age for (he employment of children in agriculture be.'ore or after school hours on any school day. or at any time on school holidays, or during school vacations. "But during school hours the federal law forbids the employment of children under is In agriculture when the product goes directly or Indirectly Into interstate commerce," he said. r. 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