The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 9, 1939 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 9, 1939
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.NOVRMBER 0, 19R9 [>warclecl Counly Competes For Contest Laurels Honor, State jLale ii; 10,71. T. T. Campbell ro- •miwl to his home la Stone cruii- 1' from the hospital a well man lut he ov;ed .1 total of 54,07. To|iy, he owes uoboily money evccnt laments en lib 41-acre fnrm'nnd Jo is a year ahead with those and las also addod siicli .siitetamhl InprovemcnU to hi* farm and Home thnt he was declared wl>i- If of Ihc Mississippi Comity |;ant to Prosper contest, in till Indovmers dlvis'ai and this wei-k I'ached tlic flnnls of iho state •mipetiUon. llf he wins the Arkansas con- Jst. lie will receive $100 cash i.'.wd and he eligible to compete l)r the S500 sweepstakes JJjrlxa •toed annually by the Memphis |ommercial Appeal and Cliambev Commerce to tlic Mitt-South tinier _who does the best joh catli I'ar of living n t home, conscrv- |'g iiis s:ll. diversifying his crop* 1 improving his home .surromm- §BS. He also iilll receive nn in•tat-ion to the Plant to Prosper tinqiiel to be held at the H'tol jeabody, Memphis, Dec. 19. and Award of Merit, testifying to '• ability ns a farmer. V,:rk is the secret of Air. Camp- 1's success and Ihnl means lot only him but also Mrs. Camp 1 who made a hand on the fair.- 1932 so that they could pay lat they owe mid then start Mississippi County—which they fid heard called "The Promised bid." [When they reached Bnssctt in Mississippi County on Jan 193-1, they had n team, tools, a P\v, 12 hogs and ICJB tliau $50. pith these assets and no debts and Ills wife worked a 40-acrc •op thnt year and only borrowed [At the end ot the year they Had feir goal,—5500, to make n'cUwn hyment on a place of their own. iiey came to Blylhcvillu und flight 41 ncres from the Three flies Lumber Company at, a price 100 bales of cotton' t: be paid ' a period of ten years. e ptllehascd an equity for $400 p'si\ bales had been-paid on the so he stnriecl out as a owner iwlng .14 bate; of cot- the last- or which Is due in iHls story from there, like the Tft pmt. Is truly remarkable. Only was spent for labor to makfi K. crop this.year, except for cotton Tydng. He and his wife Did all gtlie farm lnb:r nut) also screened i back, porch, pninted tlie liouse. Wt kitchen storage cabinet, built ftiiiil under and above kitchen „.., moved wood pile to rear yard, lilt sanitary toilet nnd painted it, |lilt three wire compact type Wies linos, set out small li:"me hard, built wood box for cook ye, built lot gate, moved pasture ice to enlarge yard, set cut hedge Ksereeii toilet, rebnllt porch steps pd set out flowers in an improve- Jent program. |J|rs. Campbell also canned 325 lark- of vegetables, fruits, meals and pickles, in addition to fins vegetables and taking care > nnd chickens which brought n cash income throughout s yenr. [There' are no tenants on the as Ires in cultivation. Thai would can dividing proflls and Mr. and |M. Campbell have decided Ihej i do practically all of their work Jtcpt cotku picking. IHis substantial cash income made •om his larm reflects the jud»- |ent tliis 39-year-old farmer has let!. He never plants cotton more Inn two years before rotating and Happy Over Honors Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Campbell a , ii. were a happy family contest in the temlovLvier division. Here they arc "shown to- us they were told of their winning In the competition. Prosper id their ettuigliier.s, Vmiitn, upon winning- the comity 13, and I'lnnt to lie uses pedigreed' seed. Besides his cotton, this year lie liad a four acre pasture, whii-h ivas sufficient fci- home use, made 100 bushels of corn .tlits year, grew sweet and Irish potatoes' for home use nfier selling tome nnd muds sufficient truck crop^; for home use. Tlieir soil conservation prcgrom included soy beans in all the cons and clover and alfalfa. His cow, tivo oalves, 28 hog/; nnd 10 chickens provide much of Die food nm! Mrs, Campbell ccmtantly raises chickens which slie sells throughout Ihc year along win, oilier farm products. Physical equipment of tl|e fm-ui, all paid lor. includes two mules. « ivn'gon, narnesi. plows and similar phuitliiif equipment, n (ruck, shop t:ol.'j, lnrge barn, and new smoke hottse. Improroments of iflM luciuded wiring (lie house for rural electricity which win soon be avail- 1 COURIER NEW ablo, building ,n K , wll ., Ml , Mol ,, 1EC house nnd lOol shod, bought, now kltriipii cnbliii't, new tidlliy cabl- ' ' iJisl. year, inipi-ovwiionls Included fenclni; fnrm nnd pasltinv sclltnic out cuttings of .shrubbery, building closet in bedroom, M-lili).; out i?,i grape vines, six peach Iw.s nnd 20 oilier tjerry bushes, bulldjnij .smoke house, additions to barn nnd wwd shed, Tlic amount ot money borrowed raeli year for the Campbell family to live sounds unbelievable to many farmers wl\;> borrow far larger sums Yel M 1 !-. nml Mrs. Campbell nml (heir two daughters me neatly dre.««l, the house Is comfortable nml clean nud they use the tnicV-- fpr pleasure j-lrtlng. .Some or this good iimnngemria iicludes careful expendltiiro and lht> .\alc- of commodities to offset money 'spent, tiog.s added S'225 to the Income of Mm Campbell fnrm m« year niul the owner will get about SKI) from tilts year's sale A five dollar calf was nil Mrs'. Campbell fed l.j begin with and she now supplies the family with milk and butter \\lth « surplus to soil. Heifers are mls^i a)1 ,i „ cow sold each year lo.nrid to Hie cnsli income. Mrs. Campbell nnd .her two young dauglilers, nge 11 nnd 13, have made M quills for bed covers! They also made six dollnrs Ihls year clupplng cotton lor n nclBlibor alter Iheir.s was cleaned. Those are some of the reasons why Mr. Campbell's net profit for !) was $1081.40 besides providing- a living for himself and family. "We wish we hnrt more education, • said Mr. Campbell, "so thnt »•« could know more about farming but we read all we can and do what, ilu- extension BEOIKS iril us. us what we should have known u Ims been a wonderful insptrnli™ in u «. e.speolully at (lino when vu> m ii>ni. nave been dls- cotii'.'igc'd," TOJJ-:no <Ul')~Tot«lo soon will liasc »« own .syjiiphony orchestra. or. Oc^is,. King Hiiiidcnbiisli, .vlio has org:nii«,,| „ niimbw of Midi oreheslrus. i,^ , ln , M Mn dltlom. REAL COFFEE ALWAYS FRESH BUY A PKG. TODAY "OWN,;,, AND OITUXTKI) ,,v TUB KltOORtt ditOCKRV ft B AKINC CX)SIPAN»» OBAK6ES - Floridas APPLES - Winesaps TAH6ER8HES. Floridas) Texas Seedless 4 for tOc Do/ POTATOES ONIONS Vollou- 50 His. 97''"" 10' CAULIFLOWER iSnoivliile Ilciul 15 BRUSSELS Sl'KOUTS 11). BROCCOLI l ( 'rcKli lititicit 15' ONIONS-RflOISKES 10 TOMATO SOUP ELLOWSTONE GREATEST lAmerican Whiskey" IVHITE LABEL i PROOF ottkd in Bond feLACK LABEL 90 PROOF fEASS lOLD Dislrlbnlcd by B.VITED UWOTt, Whr>l(s«I(r LlllU RocV, Port Smith sde! Sa v5ooi AVOCADOS " s Sif"- 6' COCOflHin^ Canova-Maxwell House 2fi Dnmtnu I'ucttiry I'lipcr 10 itis. Pineapple 'r«~.-5c 'ovlc & IK-aris, 0. Cltilt No. t en June Peas, ftlisco No. 2 fan Vioiniti Siiustifjd; Andrews can To)led Mt'iii, Hiinrter, 2 wins for 5c 1 Hi. (M. I0!6o » Hi. Crt. 80« 4 III. t'rt. (,'hase fc Sunliorii f,l). •^^^""""'^^^•• ll Tomatoes i'aiifiikc Flour^ C. C'ltil), |ikf>-. Sull, iMylos Tnlilc Dox, 2 foe IMiilchcs—Fines!, box, 2 for Krokor Citiuiy liars, 2 for •HMH 5c •lint Dfttfit Coffee ;Vi'c'ni;li 1' Hi, 20ii o. (jiuii i I Ib. bar ft'rlccrt 6 11). Sack 08 Ib. Suck- OV!I|)., III. • . , .'fV'ip., Ib. l)ol fllnl/' Nihlcfs C.C. Sluffcti Olives, H'ly>Y(l No. 4 jar ' Oysloi-K, Nigger H'd en Brer Unhbit ! Syrn'|», 'Nn. 1 Vi can 12 His; ,'ific 2Hc .§2.'in Crackers \Vcsc» 'JVinklc Jell.iDcssftri: .'{ imcliiiKes fur C'lioc'oliilc l)i;nps,x Ib. SwlfCs'Circle" "S" (o (! His. itverngc ROUND STEAK Choice Beef Lb. 29c Kwick-Krisp Lb. Regular Sliced • ; Lbj SPARE Ries Ib. 15c Roast ••• 25c Country Pork SALT MEAT SCSHMBBHBBDIHBHBBP^^^^^^^M MAJESTIC Island II). 25c Oy$tersii'25c Pure Pork S'tisagc Good Grade Side Meat Lb. •—^^j-i^mammam Waterless Cookware Ib. Turkey, Rojisler Only

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