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Hi^Ppoint, July 21 — With a
brand new all-time record already
ml the hooks and two more days
Btill to go, the Southern Furniture
and Rug Market breezed through
another heavy selling day yester
Throughout the market there
were reports Of closed down lines
ki manufacturers for the most part
declined to accept orders that
they couldn't fill within the next
Yesterday's new attendance
brought the total registration to
6,583, more than 200 better than
the figure of 6,379 set in January.
little activity is expected to
day and tomorrow morning before
the nqarket closes its doors until
Club Are Feted
By MRS. ADDIE H. JONES,
Cricket Club meeting for July
was a very pretty, as well as en
joyable occasion. Our hostesses,
Mesdames Clyde Shoemaker, A. A.
Cashion, S. L. Whitaker and Phil
Forester gave a tea in hono* of
the Club officers. Of course, we
dressed up in" our Sunday best,
Mid wore with pride our pretty
«w»2kes that were presented us.
The receiving line headed by
Mrs. Forester as hostess consis
How mild can a cigarette be?
and among the millions who do.,.
ing artist has this
to say: "My own
adds up to lots
Draft Age Boost
Would Giro N. C.
Raleigh — The -rumored draft
age limit of 35 years would boost
North Carolina's selective service
manpower pool to about 595,000.
No action has been taken on
boosting the draft age, but au
thoritative sources in Washington
expect Congress to be asked to
up the age limit.
Lieutenant Colonel Thomas H.
Upton, deputy State director of
selective service* said yesterday
an estimated 280,000 men between
26 and 3<5 years old will be added
to the eligible list under the new
As of June 30, he said, the
State's eligibles numbered 315,
Hev commented It wag unlikely
that many men between 28 and
35 would be taken, primarily be
cause of veteran and dependent
ted of Mrs. D. E. Turner, Mrs.
Clinton Eller, Mr. Bob D. Church,
Mrs. Edd Bumgarner and Mrs.
Addie H. Jones. The table covered
with a lace cloth, and with bowls
of flowers beautifully arranged
showed some one was artistic,
or was putting into practice some
of the things learned at a pre
vious club meeting.
We were served refreshing
punch by Mrs. Cashion, and a
tasty sandwich and pretty cook
ies by Mrs. Shoemaker and Mrs.
Whitaker. Each officer fully ap
preciated this honor, which was a
variation to our usual program.
Mrs. Turner, our president, pre
sided at a brief business session
discussing some old and new
business. Then Mrs. R. C. Good
win gave a helpful discussion on
rooting cuttings and planting
It was decided to have a com
munity picnic the evening of the
2nd of August. The place? The
Community House! Everyone, big,
little, young and old, is invited.
I know there will be plenty of
good eats for every one will furn
ish a basket, and what a spread!
Yum! Yum! See you at the pic
nic August 2. Don't fail to be pre
The State College Extension
Service has launched a State-wide
program to demonstrate new and
remodeled farm homes. Eighteen
farm families already have agreed
to participate in the program.
Support Cancer Fund
YOU look at the king-size wheel
base on this strapping Buick
\ou look at those long Buick-tapered
fenders sweeping from bumper to
"double bubble" tail beacon.
Y>u step inside and luxuriate in leg
room and hiproom and headroom
generous as old-time hospitality.
You ride it—and wonder if wings were
ever so soft.
You feel that big bonnetful of Fireball
power whisk you from standing start
to road speed with the honeyed magic
of Dynaflow Drive.
And you tell yourself this is entirely
All this automobile must be hard to
handle, too big for your garage.
vJood sir, just slide over and take this
Pick a curb space you'd ordinarily
pass by, and back this Buick into it on
your very first try.
Here Buick has done a neat job of re
ducing over-all inches while keeping
interior king-size comfort. When you
wheel this whopper into your own
garage, you'll be tickled pink at the
room all around it.
So come on! Head for your Buick
dealer's now for a tryout of a Buick
You will find it in a selection of body
types, in finishes to suit a queen's taste
— and at prices to make you wondec;
why anyone ever pays more.