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Cardinals Are Certain To Take
1942 Softball Championship
Braves Slash Failing Dodgers
In One-Sided Affair
Friday, August 21st
Braves vs. Cardinals
Monday, August 24th.
Cardinals vs. Martins.
At a meeting of representatives
of the four clubs here yesterday, it
was decided that a play-off be held
at the conclusion of the schedule,
which is due to be completed next
Monday, there being only two more
games to be played.
Instead of all four teams playing
individually it was agreed that play
ers on the teams finishing first and
fourth and combine and play a team
composed of second and third place
team players. A best three out of
five game series will be played, the
first game to be next Wednesday,
August 26th. at 6:30 p. m. This step
is being taken this year on account
of recent difficulty of clubs to put a
full team on the field, and with the
opening of the tobacco market this
stiuation is expected to be worse
Braves 12, Dodgers 6
With each team having only eight
men, the Braves won over the Dodg
ers here yesterday, as Bud Crockett
pitched and batted his mates to a
win. The rotund chunker was the
batting star of the game and prob
ably the season, as he hit two dou
bles and 3 singles in five, times at
bat, to drive in 5 runs. Dinky Cher
ry, of the Dodgers, was next with
four singles in five trips.
With the score knotted at 2-all
after one inning, the Braves sent
13 men to bat in the second to score
nine runs on 7 hits and 2 errors, to
take a 11-2 lead which was too big
a lead for the losers to overcome.
Hoke Roberson. Vernon Bunting
State College Hints
For Farm Homes
By RUTH CURRENT
State Home Demonstration Agent
Cleanliness is important for suc
cessful canning. Even the dish cloths
should bo free from grease and dirt.
The food to be canned, utensils and
the porch or room should be clean.
Did you know: (1) that beef heart
has more minerals and vitamins than
loan meat; (2) that kidneys and
brains of meat animals have more
vitamins than lean meat; (3) that
you get more for your money when
you buy enriched flour or enriched
More vitamin C is needed in the
and Joe Griffin each hit safely twice
on five trips to rank next to Crock
ett. Jack Manning. Charlie Rogers
and Rupert Cowan each had two for
four to help the Dodgers' futile
H. Roberson, If
R. H. Cowan, ss-2b
J Griffin, lb
J. Manning, 3b-p
R, Cowen, If
Score by innings:
Dodgers 200 220 0? 6
Braves 290 100 x?12
Losing pitcher: Lassiter.
*2.15 FULL QUART
This is the sol
dier who has to
eat to fight - -
This is the farmer
who has to grow the
Thia is the Sinclair
man vho oan help the
fanner. How? By
fuels and lubrioants
to keep farm ma
WITH new farm machinery hard to get ?
with breakdowns and lay-ups to be
avoided, with farm labor soaroe ? now,
?ore than ever before ? phone or write
your looal Sinclair Agent. His truoks
deliver a complete line of Sinolair
products direct to faras.
.. Graf A Cfau?> Lahru anti...
D. Iiuect Spray
IMF' I f I
OIL IS AMMUNITION-USE IT WISELY
N. C. GREEN, Agent
U. S. Destroyer Sinks U-Boat in Atlantic
Ottk ial U. S. Cuut Guard Photo
Geysers of water are shown shooting into the ozone as this U. S. destroyer sow* her depth charges. After
dropping the charges, oil slicks and bubbles (arrows) appeared, indicating that a lurking enemy sub had
been destroyed. The sub had been first sighted by a Coast Guard plane, which dropped its depth charges
and then called for assistance. The destroyer rushed to the scene of action, somewhere off the Atlantic
coast, and took over. Part of the Coast Guard plane is visible at the upper left of the photo.
Zero Downed During Alaska Raid
Ollk'ial U, S. Marine Corps photo
A United States marine is shown standing guard by the motor taken
from a carrier-based Japan se Zero plane that crashed in a mountain
ous section near Dutch Harbor, Alaska, during a bombing attack. The
comparatively undamaged motor has been mounted for shipment to the
United States, where it will he studied by aeronautical experts.
Our Envoy to Iceland
Last American diplomatic repre
sentative in Germany, Leland B.
Morris (above), was nominated by
President Roosevelt for Minister to
Iceland. The post is considered im
portant because of the presence of
American troops there. Morris suc
ceeds Lincoln MncVeaph, who was
named Minister to South Africa.
diet Tomato juice is an excellent
source of vitamin C. Tomato juice
is easy to can.
(1) To preserve the natural flavor
and color, use knives of stainless
steel and avoid utensils of copper,
brass and iron.
(2) Use fully ripe tomatoes.
(3) Wash, remove core, and cut
into small pieces.
(4) Precook tomatoes until soft.
Do not boil.
(5) Put softened tomatoes through
a sieve to remove seeds.
(6) Reheat the juice to boiling
(7);'At the simmering [joint, add
one teaspoon of salt for each quart
(8) Pour juice into sterilized con
tainers (brim full) and process for
five minutes. Do not have one bit
of air space in your jar.
During the hot summer days there
is nothing more refreshing than a
tall glass of ice-cold, thirst quench
ing lemonade. Now added to that, the
food experts say lemon juice is very
rich in Vitamin C that is so import
ant for good health.
A recent talk by Dr. D. B Milam,
of the State Board of Health, em
phasized the fact that one of the
greatest food needs of the people of
North Carolina is Vitamin C. This
vitamin cannot he stored in the body
as some other foods, but should be
supplied in the diet every day.
If you are interested in a simple
sauce to serve with fish, try mixing
lemon juice with melted butter and
chopped parsley. It is good on cook
ed carrots, too. And here's another
suggestion; Squeeze lemon juice ov
er prunes, bananas, or a slice of
melon. It tones up the natural good
But the lemon has other kitchen
uses besides flavoring. To hold the
"fluff" of an omelet, add a half-tea
spoon of lemon juice to the egg
whites after you have them pretty
well beaten up.
When you're making jelly from
fruits high in pectin but low in acid,
add one tablespoon of lemon juice
to a cup of fruit juice.
When buying lemons select the
ones with fine-tectured skin. And
they should be heavy for their size.
Avoid lemons that are soft or spongy
to the touch.
To conserve more rubber the WPB
has provided more stringent speci
fications which will limit the amount
of rubber available for a long list
of civilian products.
The domestjjr^wheat supply for
1942-43 marketing year is indicated
at 1,524,000,000 bushels, or around
190,000,000 bushels above the rec
ord 1,331,000,000 bushels in 1941-42.
Domestic consumer demand for
farm products will continue to rise
during the next few months, predict
economists of the U. S. Department
- he wants ter know,
Kf, when you air overloaded with
blessins, aint it a purty good time to
loosen up into sunt rightous feelins
toards your feller-man, and deal 'im
a do-nut that ain't had ther roll took
frum round ther hole?
Ther papers say that ther state of
North Caliny has jest wound up a
year of tax collection, mountin to
but a few cents lessen a hundred
million dollars; and after pay in.
many big salries, made bigger by
lifts; and many other si/able salries, I
made bigger by thefts; and many
lm-prove-ments, aided by gifts; thay
hav still got seventeen million dol
lars on hand ,and no-whars to put it.
Now dont that sound re-diclus, when
ther USA government has bin beg
gin ther state fer yeap to put up
$15 a month, and ther govment would
double it to $30. to ther states old
folks thats worked all thay life fer
less pay than securuys, and tetrther
old-folks set down, and stop wearin
out thay shoes lookin for jobs that
bizness and in-dustry wont giv 'em'
Lett in ther young folks hav ther
jobs, tho sumtimes sum ther old
| sters kud beat 'em a filling it.
Yet ther states brainy; and ther
states sanctified, and ther states sun
dy-school teachers, cant see whar to
put that 17 millions, but thay kin
cuss Mr. Hitler fer puttin to sleep
| his aged and hep-less, sos thay kin
die quick, sted of starvin it out. Sum
ther states air puttin in ther 15 and
[ payin Tiut ther 30, and willing to
double it to 30 and 60; whilst North
C'aliny brags bout her fust-things;
meanin?fust in taxes, fust in sal
ries, and fust in fer-gittin them that
brung Vr to whar she be.
FOR A NICKEL
Taylor Beverage Company
To My Faimer Friends!
The hiTcnvillc Tohaeeo Market w ill open Tues
day, August 2atlu willi h irst Sale at the Vietorv
Warehouse, formerly known as the (airmail
House. This season, I*) 12. this house was sold
and bought hv (ins I'orhes, and is now owned
and operated by (mis l orhes and assoeiate. York
We wish to ainioiniee that we are prepared to
sell your entire erop of tohaeeo at highest prices.
We have a well balanced force, courteous and
obliging. Our efforts will he service to you. This
house is one of the hesl in town ? out of traffic
and congestion. An ideal place to sell tohaeeo.
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Bring All Your Market HOGS to the
SMITHFIELD HOG MARKET ?&> WINDSOR, N. C.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID NO FEES CHARGED!
SMITH FIELD PACKING CO., Inc.
WALTER BURDEN, Buyer
PHONE 332-3 WINDSOR, N. C.
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