Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 18, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 18, 1952
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NOtTHWBT ARKANSAS TIMES, FayfNwrHb. ArkaiMm, Friday, April II, 1952 farm Bureau In County Active ilhrough Year Program Includes Additional Research In Poultry Industry livei on tax increase*. The bureau worked with the Milk Producers Association In bringing outstanding sneakers to the county and In helping meet the expenses of federal order for the area. Russell Spaulding, manager of the St. Louis, Mo., Sanl-' lar.v Milk Producers Association, and Fred L. Shipley, federal market administrator of the St. Louis milk shed, explained the opera- lion of their organizations in the St. Louit" area. About 45 producers in Washington County were sh'^ilnc milk to St. Louis. An orchard grass seeding con- lest nas Deer, set up by the Farm Bureau for the 11)51-52 season. About 10 Inns ot fertilizer will be Raises Hampshire Sheep ·The Waihington County Farm Bureau, which had a membership. .- .-..-of 1,95* farm families in 1951, ex- awarded as premiums. Appro*! p»cU to reach a quota ot 2,002 mately SO farmers have already families in 1952, Harry Goforth I entered the contest, which will be of Route 6. Fayoltcvllle, was. pres-! Judged In May. Any farmer in jdent last-year and S. H. Pitts of fSncoln is-president this year. .In 1951 the county Farm Bureau Washington County who has scud-. ed at least five acres in orchard grass since Augus^ 15, 1P5I may attempted to brine farmers up-to- j enter the contest, date on legislative action--both I Through the sponsorship of the «Ute and national. The J a n u a r y ! Farm Bureau, more than 540 farm meeting was devoted to a dltcus-"families In Washington County s(on of Sic, U. S. farm price nup- pert program. The February nieeting Included a discussion with. the state senator nnd represonta- now are protected by the Blue Cross-Blue Shield hospital insurance plan, which .has the support of doctors and hospitals in THI ROYAL HOiTIil SINK 've never kitehan umt ttanth. Roy»l HaAM Sink «nd C.buwt. iron dnk h« thick CMt of «cid- (MbUni enamel '"·"J'''''' 1 '"*: lifelong beauty. Smooth-front cabinet off*TM plenty of ·*»»· ·»«· aad many modern eonveiueneea. Msr TIIIMS D U G G A N / C PlnmUinn ^ Plumbing and Supply Co. f EAST MOUNTAIN. PHONI St No Need To Cry "Get A Horse" At This Bar New York-(/P)-They didn't have to yell "gel a horse" at a Brooklyn bar last night--they had one. ' .Thi 'customers were lined up at the Step Inn Bar and Grill when the animal climped in, stuck its head over the bar and waited. The bartender drew a pail of water and Bozo--the horse--downed if noisily. Then a man at the end of the bar spoke up. He was Joseph Nar- dilillo. He sjiid he had been riding Bozo through a park, got thirsty, and' decided to stop for a drink. Bozo, apparently not securely tied, got the same idea. Billy Charles Phillips, 14, a member of the Coshen 4-H Club has as his Future Farmers of America project this year the raising of Hampshire sheep. This is his second year raising sheep--last year he had 10 lambs out of six ewes, and sold Ihe top l a m b at the county sheep sale. As a 4-H project he Is raising two Hereford and one Angus calves. Last year at Ihe County Fair he had the grand champion c a l f -- a n Angus. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon Phillips, he is pictured above with a group of his sheep nl his home. county. A program intended to improve the quality of broilers In this area Is being discussed with the Farm Bureau membership, and a resolution probably will be submitted to the State Farm Bureau in November in the interest of an expanded research program. and diagnostic President Pitts has stated thai he feels that the Farm Bureau should do all in Is power to secure · additional research to be handled by the University, and also, a more complete diagnostic laboratory for poultrymen of this area. The. August meeting of Mrs. Hushing received special recognition as the winner of two prizes. She was accompanied by her niece, Miss Alene An ctt. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hofforth and children, Grctchen and Karl, of Harrison, were Easier guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tuck entertained w i t h a luncheon and Easter egg hunt at their horm- Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Lifford Dedmon and children, Mr. aiiyl Mrs. Fry Davis, Mrs. Myrtle Waggncr, Miss Ruth Burns, and Charles Jackson. Farrri Bureau was devoted to the artificial breeding program, which the bureau has consistently promoted. A Farm Bureau committee has now been set up to assist 4-H Club work In the county during 1052, as well as the FFA and FHA programs. Mr. and Mrs. Himme Mhoon and Mrs. Fanny Mhoon of Round the j Mountain were d i n n e r gueits Sun- Buckner Mr. and Mrs. Lifford Dedmon and children, Deana, Norman and Katherinc, of Elk Cfty, Okla., were holiday guests of Mrs. Myrtle Waggner and Mr, and Mrs. Fry Davis. Mrs. Dedmon is the daughter of Mrs. Waggner. The Buckner Home Demonstration Club was lo meet Friday a f t - ernoon at the Community Build- Ing. Mrs. M a r i e Morris Rushng attended a "press" breakfast of the National League of American Tcn- | women at LIHlc Rock Monday. Birds Run Down? An fasy Prey to COLDS? Get 'Em Bock en Their Feet with NARTON OlanJ.O.lo.'i NMTON. oddld !. your r*flwl«r f»d, Inenoiai f««J contump- ll.n ·rul h.lpi |M birdi "bock on I..I" oft.t told,. M your ll«ck hoi lut- Itrffo 1 from c«Mi Ihli iprlng, tt« yowr l«l 4»lti now lot NAKTONI . AUREOMYCIN .. .PENICILLIN ... ARSENICAL! all in one patkage of NARTON NOW ... just mix NAKTON with feed or sprinkle on top of feed in feeders . . . then watch those birds gain! That's because NAKTON contains: AURIOMYCIN-the antibiotic ihat'i proven itself most effective as a growth stimulant! P t N I C I U I N -- another a n t i b i o t i c that stimulates growth and builds resistance to disease. AAMNICALS -- which act as a fur- ther growth stimulant when used with antibiotics. ·OTANICALS and MINERALS -- to supply deficiencies in ordinary rations, Actual tests show that NAKTON increases feed consumption by as much «s 15% in 10-days'--helps put 'health and vigor into birds aOer colds and sickness. See your feed dealer today for NAUTONI THI 9LAND-O-LAC COMPANY OHM, day of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Smith of Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lariamore entertained Sunday with a dinner in honor of their daughter, Mrs. Wanda Barnhill, and grandson, Jimmy Barnhill, both of Birmingham, Ala. Other gves!\ were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lariamore and daughter of Fayetteville; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lariamore and danehtcrs, and Mrs. Patsy Osborne. Mrs. Eula Osborne was a weekend fiuest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brooks of Rogers. The Ecv. E. J. Counts preached at the Baptist Church ot Bixby, Okla., Sunday. Sunday dinner guests nf Mr. and Mrs. Claud Atkisson, all of Fayetteville. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Johnson and Miss Crystal Boyri were guests of Mr. and Mrs. .Ilm Johnson of Round Mountain Sunday. Milton Boyd of Wichita, Kan., spent f h c holidays with his wife and children here. Mrs. Bird Richie and daughter, Bloomy, of Crosses, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Couch. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Elzie and Mrs. Doris Keller were guests of Mrs. Carrie Carlisle of Greenland Sunday. Mrs. Kathleen Enris . nd Mrs. Keith Robbins sponsored an Easter cgs hunt Sunday m o r n i n g at Ihe church for the primary and junior Sunday School classes. · West Fork' Mrs. Earl Hudspeth of Texline, Texas, has returned home after spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Underhill. Mrs. J. C. Stockburger has been admitted to a Fayetteville hospital for an operation. Mrs. Mark Baker has moved to Greenland. Mrs. Ellen Hanshew is a patient at the County Hospital. CALL M. P.* Better Plumbing From Attic to Basement Yes, cnll a Master Plumber and be sure of getting the best. His long experience, li-slrd reliability and general know-how are your best guarantee of fine, true low cost service. Phons59 ·M.P.- Motltr Plumbtr the man with fh« aniwir Aik About Our Budgtt Buying Pltn U G G A N ' PLUMBING CO, » hit Mountain S Funeral Directors Of State Meet At Capital Little Hock-W)-EoD James of Searcy has been named Arkansas' outstanding "funeral director. He was selected for the distinction by the Arkansas Funeral Directors Association yesterday. The Assocaition elected Raymond E. Stephenson of Monticella president. The organization closes its 51st annual convention here today. Whales, seals and sharks can carry out migratory voyages comparable in speed and distance to those of steamships. Rorex Named Special Supreme Court Judge Little Rock-yPl-Former U. S. Attorney Sam Rorex of Little Rock has been named a special associate justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court at request of'Chief_ Justice Griffin Smith; Chief Justice Smith disqualified himself because his (on, Griffin Smith. Jr., is I lawyer in « pendr ing case. The Supreme Court li to decide whether Act 379 of 1951 requires that stockholders in i wholesale Mouor comp'any be residents o f _ Arkansas. HI6H SCHOOL AT la Your f p0r« Tim*! §» UMM* I Anlftll. n_f ·····»··" «H fehe.1 tort --J tawh l We Welcome and Appreciate Our Farm Friends. Come in and See Us at 19 NORTH BLOCK ST. PHONE 35 WILLIE WIREDHAND MAKES FARM LIVING MORE COMFORTABLE Your Rural Electric Co-op makes -·.'. :,-Far.m LivifhB ifidre^rprof itable ' by:t - - - - -· - - - * providing Dependable Electric Serv .** · ice at Cost. "Ccpj-rifM I9S1 by ths'N»tmn«l Rural Electrln Corpentive Association" Your Cooperative Serves More Than 8600 Farms"" -- . . : · in This Area :t Oiarks Rural Electric Cooperative Corp.

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