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Six New Films
Available At .
Misa Josephine Heigh way, local
librarian, announces that the fol
lowing six new films available to
the churches and civic organiza
Bill of Rights of the United States
?19 minutes-sound-black and white
Flash backs through history por
tray vividly some of the tyrannies
men have encountered, such as the
denial to the right of free speech
and trial by jury. "In our democ
racy the freedoms of men are af
firmed by rule of law ..." In 1787
the struggle for adoption of our
Constitution began. Later, Madison
drew up the amendments which
are called the Bill of Rights.
Chicago Fire ? 27 minutes-sound
black and white
October 8 1871, the devastating
spectacle of a great American
city being consumed by fire.
Eye Of An Artist? 21 minutes-sound
?black and white
The beauty and enjoyment in ob
servation of nature; the unusual
shapes, interesting colors, and
rough textures, which make strong
compositions. This film visually
turns a typical old farm into a
marvel of beautiful compositions.
The artist, Dewey Albinson, leads
a trip around the farm .relating
the drama of observing. This film
is excellent for art or photography
Helen Keller in Her Story? 45 min
utes-sound-black and white.
In this tremendously moving
story, Helen Keller plays herself as
the film traces her astonishing
career from birth until her pres
ent age of 76, showing in absorb
ing and dramatic detail how the
blind, deaf and mute woman over
came insuperable handicaps to be
come one of the world's great fig
ures. In addition to Katherine Cor
nell, who narrates the film, Mar
tha Graham, President Eisenhow
er, Gladys Swarthout, and other
famous and devoted friends of Miss
Keller gave freely of their time
and talents in compiling this rec
Golden Hot Award To Princes* Grace
MONACO ? Her Serene Highness Princess Grace of Monaco,
| after receiving the U. S. Millinery Industry's first annual Golden Hat
1 Award as the "Best Hatted Woman in the World", reads the scroll
giving recognition to her "good taste in wearing hats suited to the
occasion and chosen to enhance her great natural beauty", during
ceremonies in Monaco recently. Shown left to right are: Mr. Martin
Dale, U. S. Vice Consul in Nice, S. A. S. Princess Grace of Monaco
and Mr. Drew Dudley representing the Millinery Institute of America
which presented the award.
ord of a heroic human being
Indian's History, Early Civiliza
tions ? 11 minutes-sound-color
Surveys the early days of India's
long and complex history, the orig
inal inhabitants, invasions, and the
rise of great leaders ? Buddha,
Chandragupta, Maurya, and Asoka.
Cultural contributions, notably
Buddhism and Hinduism, made by
successive peoples are seen to have
their origins in early India.
Proud Years? 28 minutes-sound
black and white.
The practical steps that can be
taken to help old people lead ac
tive, useful lives are shown. Old
people and their families can ex
plore together the problems that
accompany old age and emotional
problems which spring from a
needlessly dependent existence.
This film is about optimistic peo
ple whose latter years are proud
years, filled with cheerful achieve
North Carolina corn growers
should be able to get a higher
price for their corn this year.
North Carolina's 1958 peanut
acreage has been set at 169,237
5" and UP ? In 40" AND 20"
WILL PAY $55.00
Per Cord Our Yard
TIMBER PRODUCTS CO.
Murphy, N. C.
Says . . .
STUFFING THE THANKSGIVING
Turkey, golden brown outside
and juicy within, is traditional at
our national Thanksgiving Day
feast. And just as important is its
fragrant accompaniment, a favor
ite stuffing or dressing.
Since turkey can take a rich as
well as a light, fruity stuffing, you
have a wide choice of interesting
varieties for your holiday meal
Recipes appearing below feature
cranberries, rice, and oysters, but
there are almost as many varia
tions of these and other stuffings
as there are cooks
To make the cranberry stuffing,
ingredients are 3 cups fresh cran
berries; 94 cup sugar; % cup but
ter or margarine, melted; 3 quarts
small bread cubes; IVi cups rais
ins; 1 tablespoon salt; % teaspoon
cinnamon; grated rind of 2 lemons;
and % cup broth or water.
Chop cranberries and blend in
sugar- Blend butter and bread cub
es, then combine the two mixtures
with the remaining ingredients
Mix well. Yield, stuffing for a 10
to 12 pound turkey.
For the rice stuffing, you'll need
IVi cups rice uncooked; 3 cups
water;; 1V4 teaspoons salt; V4 cup
butter or maragrine; V* cup chopp
ed celery; 3 cups toasted fine
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The Rev. and Mr*. John Lee had
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bar
Mr. Garnett Moore is in an At
lanta hospital from being serious
ly injured last week near Atlanta
Dillard Griffith returned home
this week after spending a week
with his sister in Canton.
Mr. and Mrs. Garlin Thomasson
of Blairsville, Ga., Homer Thomas
son of Atlanta and Mrs- Grady
Pressley of Cleveland, Ga., visited
the C. W. Thomasson's Sunday
Mr. and Mrs- John Curtis visited
their daughter, Mrs. Clayton Rax
ter, at Marble Monday.
People of this community have
been busy gathering corn and get
ting up potatoes before the bad
bread crumbs; IVi teaspoons bak
ing powder; 3 eggs, slightly beat
en; % teaspoon poultry seasoning;
1 cup chopped pecans (optional);
salt and pepper
Spread the uncooked rice in a
shallow pan and place in a 350 de
gree oven till rice is a light brown
color? 20 to 30 minutes- Stir rice
occasionally to brown evenly.
Place toasted rice in a saucepan
with the water and salt, and bring
to a boil- Cover with a tight-fit
ting lid, lower heat and simmer
for 14 minutes. Remove the lid to
permit the rice to steam dry.
Meanwhile, cook the onion and
celery in the butter till the onion
is transparent, but not browned.
Combine with the rice and remain
ing ingredients. Add pecans if
you're using them. Season to taste
with salt and pepper. Yield, stuff
ing for a 10 to 12 pound turkey.
Oyster stuffing ingredients are
1 to 2 pints oysters; 1 cup fat; 1
cup minced onion; 1 quart diced
celery; 4 quarts small bread cubes,
firmly packed (2 to 4 day-old
bread); 1 tablespoon salt; Vi tea
spoon pepper; 2 teaspoons poultry
seasoning; IVi to 2 cups oyster liq
uor, milk, or broth.
Cook onion and celery in fat over
low heat till onion is yellow and
soft, stirring occassionally. Blend
seasonings with bread' cubes, and
add the onion-celery mixture -
Cook oysters in oyster liquid till
edges curl. Add to bread mixture,
including oyster liquor as part or
all of the liquid in stuffing. Mix
lightly. Yield stuffing for 14 or
18 pound turkey.
Several columns ago I suggested
that you plow your garden and
sow a cover top of oats. If you
didn't do this job, you should at
least pull out all of the old plants
and destroy them as they will har
bor insect and disease pests which
may give you trouble next year.
The question of pruning fruit
trees, shade trees and ornamental
plants seems to give people more
trouble than most any other phase
of gardening. It is largely a mat
ter of understanding the fruit or
flower bearing habits of a plant
and being patient- All priming is
a dwarfing process, particularly if
it is heavy, because so much of the
leaf area is removed- The leav
es manufacture all of the food
which moves within the plant to
give . normal healthy growth. I
have seen many ornamental
plants, such as ligustrum, crepe
myrtle and others, which have
been so severely cut back that it
takes them a year or more to re
Some plants, such as grape vines
require heavy pruning because
they grow rapidly and would soon
get out of bounds unless controlled
by pruning. In addition, the fruit
is borne on the growth of the cur
rent season- In other words, the
new shoots that grow next spring
will bear the fruit- Apples are
borne on wood that is two years
old, or older, and mostly on spurs.
In the case of peaches, the wood
that was produced this grow
weather gets here.
The Asian flu hasn't hit the com
munity too bad yet, although there
has been a few cases.
The Rev. Robert Barker will
speak at this church Sunday night.
Allen Farmer spent the past
week with his family here, return
ing to his job Monday in West Vir
A survey of herds of DHIA test
in North Carolina shows that one
fifth of the state's dairymen are
using latest developments in
handling milk on the farm.
lg leiion will bear fruit
ext year- The same U true for
tudfordi holly. These are a few ex
mples to illustrate the care of
udgment required to prune and
bape your plants for maximum
ield and attractive appearance.
The practice of severely topping
hade trees Is all too common in
certain sections of the state. This
practice destroys their natural
beauty and growth habit,, leaving
ugly wounds which will not heal
and gives a witch broom effect
which is not attractive, to say the
least Sometimes large trees can
be dangerous during heavy wind
storms- If you have this kind, seek
some good advice from a tree sur
geon and have the hazard removed
in some orderly fashion.
If your muscadines grape arbor
is beginning to look a little shabby
you can help the situation by
priming, resetting broken posts and
renewing cross supports. Now is a
good time to get this job behind
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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
PLYMOUTH RAN 58.000 Ml
AND IT DROVe EVERY INCH OF THE WAY I
We knew this car was tough. dtftf
We designed it that way.
That's why we weren't afraid to give
Plymouth the toughest test run of all
time . . . with all America as the "track."
We didn't coddle this Plymouth. Didn't
crate it and ship it carefully from place
to place. Instead, we aimed it out of
Lot Angeles one misty morning and sent
it through a course that ran 58,000 miles
through 37 states.
The time limit? Only 58 days.
A thousand miles a day!
The equivalent of 6 years' driving
crammed into little more than 8 weeks!
Three times this Plymouth crossed the
Rockies. Three times it wound its way
up and down across the country . . . pass
ing through more than 1200 cities and
towns. Whipping over turnpikes . . .
creeping through city traffic . . . arrow
ing down super-highways ... feeling its
way through 500 miles of rutted detours.
And when die drivers turned the key to
end the marathon, it still looked, ran
and rode like new.
This is what lasting value really means.
The ability to take everything that Amer
ican roads and weather can dish out?
and come up grinning. Why don't yon
give Plymouth a test drive yourself?
today? You'll see what we mean.
Franchise Dealer 000
C Star qf the Forward Look ,
E. C. MOORE
Thai's the Plymouth "tracV .. .and
just look at that route ! Every pos
sible rood and weather condition.
Plymouth run every inch of that mur
derous route 3 times in fust 58 days.
What greater proof of lotting, built
in stamina !