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When th/iwed before cooking,
poultry cooks more evenly and with
greater economy of fuel.
It may bo thawed slowly in a
refrigerator. A three or four
pound bird will take overnight or
longer to thaw completely, or it
may be thawed at room tempera
ture. in which case it should be
watched closely. Once thawed,
cook poultry without delay because
Be QuickTo Treat
Chronic bronchitis may develop If
ycur cough, chest cold, or acute bron
chitis is not treated and you cannot
afford to take a chance with any medi
cine less potent than Creomuision
which goes right to the seat of the
trouble t o help loosen ai d expel perm
laden phlegm and aid nature to
Boot] e and heal raw, tender, inflamed
bronchial mucous membranes.
Creomuision blends beech wood
cr - sote by special process with other
time tested nvdictnes lor coughs.
It contains no narcotics.
No matter how many medicines
you have tried, tell your dnaurist ta
cell you abott> of Creomuision with
the understanding you must like th ?
way it quickly all r-\s the couch, per
mitting res' uv. 1 s>ep. or you a:_
have your mc::.y ba. (Adv.)
Dr. J. R. Bell
Murphy General Hospital
Phones: Business 215
Murphy, N. C.
Your child's coated tongue is
a warning that he needs at
tention. He may need a gen
tle children's laxative.
Triena is an effective senna
laxative that children like to
take ? it has such a delicious
| prune juice flavor. Don't
force a laxative on your
child. It may upset him more.
Don't delay ? if your child js 9
because of faulty
member the re
lief Triena will
Give only as
*1 I irn DRUG PRODUCTS CO.
ALLIlU Chattanooga. Tenn.
thawed meat is more perishable
than meat freshly killed.
Don't try to hurry thawing by
soaking the frozen meat in water,
hot or cold. Soaking causes loss
of good juice i.
Sometimes a room hides its light
not under a bushel but under lay
ers of dust. Even a very thin film
of dust can obscure considerable
light, household management spec
If your home suddenly looks dim
and gloomy, it may need a little
extra dusting and polishing of all
light centers, lamp bulbs and
shades, mirrors and windows as
Dust often clings to volatile oil '
Dust often dins to volatile oil '
fiom cooking or smoke which has ,
settled on light bulbs, windows and
mirrors. Washing is usually a bet
ter way to remove greasy* dust ?
Brushing is better than rubbing i
for extra-soiled places on blouses,
under-wear and other delicate fab
rics when washing these by hand.'
?av textile specialists. Collars,
cuffs, shoulder straps and other
parts that get the most soil also
Let the most wear. Rubbing dur
mu laundering adds to that wear,
especially it' the fabrics is rayon. 1
Brushing with a medium-stiff
brush is easier on fabrirc ? and
en hands and often removes soil
more quickly and effectively. ft!
Mrs. Carl Beavers and Mrs.
Billy Stalcup made a business trip
to Blairsville Saturday.
Miss Dortha Ingram of Atlanta is
spending a few days with her par
ents Mr and Mrs Frank Ingram.
Kenneth Allen visited his sister
Mrs. Ben Mintz.
Richard L. Gibson was the guest
of Carl Beaver Saturday.
Mrs. Georgia Honeysuck of
Farner. Tenn . has been visiting
Mrs. Jimmy Cornwell.
Mr and Mrs. Wade Gibson have
moved to their new home.
James Maberv visited George j
Carl Beaver, who has been ill
for about three months, is im
proving at the present time.
Mrs Sherman Cole was the
week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. Bates of Unaka.
Misses Mildred and Bertha Cole
visited Miss Josephine Farmer
Mr and Mrs. Glenn Roberts of
I'naka were Sunday afternoon
guests of Miss Robbie Cole.
Mrs Mac Bryson is visiting rela
ti- es of Beaver Dam.
Mrs. Lottie Cogdill i> ill at this
Hoyt Cole visited Olen Cole Sun
i OUR 1
? Our first and foremost consideration
1 these days is your family-size laundry ?
j our specialty. We want to help you all
; we can.
Our modern, scientific laundry is
equipped to keep your clothes
flower - fresh.
J. J. Hamilton, Prop.
1 08 Hickory Street
Murphy, N. C.
Pfc. Guinn Wilcox is home on
Miss Pauline Cole spent Satur
day night with Robbie Cole.
Mrs. J. H. Hamilton, who has
been ill. is improving
Mrs. Delia Suit. Mrs. Emma
Quinn and Mrs. Nan Montgomery
visited Mrs. Ada Stiles Saturday
Misses Billie June and Remonia
Jury visited Brenda Stiles Sunday
Misses Aleen and Geraldine Me
Brewer left Wednesday for Jack
sonville. Fla.. to join their mother,
who is employed there.
Lt and Mrs. Ralph Hamby ot
Kentucky are spending some time
with his mother. Mrs. Mary Ham
by and other relatives of this place.
Lt. Hamby has just returned from
two years overseas duty.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Croft. Jr .
and daughters have returned home
after visiting his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Perlie Croft at Farner. Tenn.
I laden Adams was the Sunday
guest of Lee Horton
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ledford have
returned home after spending the
holidays in Gastonia
Mr and Mrs. I) Horton of Oak
Park have returned home after
visiting their son-in-law and daugh
ter. Mr and Mrs. Karl Payne.
Junior Croft. Lee Horton and
Bige Taylor made a business trip
to Liberty Monday
Marion Adams was the guest of
Lish Payne Monda>
Mr and Mrs Willard Adams of
Kontana have moved here.
Mrs. Lee Horton was l he dinner
guest of her sister, Mrs. Perlie '
Croft at Farner, Tenn., Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Danner and j
daughter of Ducktown, Tenn ., were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Buster Worley of Pleasant Hill
was the guest of Junior Croft Mon
How women and girls
may get wanted relief
from functional periodic pain
Cardul. many women say, haa brought re
lief from the cramp-like agony and nervous
f tram of functional periodic distress. Taken
like a tonic. It should stimulate appetite,
aid digestion.* thus help build reslst
^ ance for the "time" to come. Started
3 days before "your time", it should
help relieve pain due to purely
i functional periodic causes. Try It I
Melvin Fierce of Georgia has
been visiting his brother. Carl ,
Junior Croft made a business
Irip to Turtletown, Tenn., Satur
EYES EXAMINED - CLASSES FITTED
GLASSES MADE WHILE YOU WAIT
DR. J. L PETERSON - Optometrist
Fcr appointment call I 60 - cr write Box 388
A BETTER WORLD ?
There's plenty of room for improvement in this old world of ours.
Of course, it is just about perfect from a structural standpoint. It spins
through space with such mathematical precision that man can count days
and months and years ? and even print them on calendars without fear
But where life and people are concerned . . . even a child can see that
things are pretty badly muddled.
What of 1946? Will it bring a better world? Will there be more happi
ness and less sorrow . . . more love and less hatred . . . more good, less
Our world will always be what we are. Only as the lives of men
change, can the life of the world improve.
The Church is dedicated to building better lives. By religious educa
tion, by worship, by preaching the highest moral and spiritual standards,
the Church can make a better you and a better me. There is no other way
to a better world. The Church is the salvation of mankind.
THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
ALL FOR THE CHURCH
The Church is the greatest factor on *~
the building of character '
It is a u
. x on THE CHURCH
The Church is the greatest factor on earth for
the building of character and good citizenship.
It is a storehouse of spiritual valuefl. Without a
strong Church, neither democracy nop civilization
can survive. There are four sound Teasons why
every person should attend and support the
Church of his choice. They are: (1) For his own
sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For \he
sake of his community and nation. (4) For the
sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral
and material support. Plan to go to Church on
Copyright 1945 by
B. E. Kelster. Strasburg. Virginia
Scrip* md suggestions for this serin of advertiMntols
The following Murphy firms and individuals extend you a cordial invitation to attend the church
of your choice next Sunday and every Sunday:
Neil Sneed, Manager
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE CO.
J. A. Richardson and W. D. King, Managers
SHERRILL'S GULF SERVICE
W. A. Sherrill, Prop.
Addie Mae Cooke, Editor
E. A. Browning, Manager
STANDARD SERVICE STATION
Sam L. Davidson, Manager
BOWER'S BARGAIN BILT STORE
J. C .English, Manager
CHEROKEE FURNITURE CO.
W. P. Odom, Prop.