THURSDAY, DECEMBER L3
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THE VVAYNKSVILLE MOUNTAIN EKK
The following suggestions for
m.'ikiiig Chrisinas wreaths come
from Miss Mary Margaret Smith,
counly home demonstration agent,
which have many good ideas.
For making attractive Christmas
wreaths of natural materials,
choose such greens us pine, cedar,
spruce, juniper, huckleberry fir
boxwood, and English ivy. acced
ing (o Miss Smith.
Hemlock is to be avoided, as it
does not last long indoors. M; ny
petiole use clippings from their
ii'jt trees and hedges for Chrisl
rna ; greens .Include some of the
ii.Houmn when using wreaths as
I'Pt---. liosemary for remembrance,
Marjoram for happiness, and :
Tin ;ne for courage, j
I'or wreath making the follow-;
iii' are needed: Pruning shears,!
I Tiife or scissors, and wire cutters;
i :d leather gloves to protect the
lr:n(N. frame 'or wire to make i
I: line i. or wire clothes hanger;
binding wire. No. 22 or No. 23. or
Cut the pieces of greenery into
?en lengths, four to six inches,
di'ienrding woody bits. Then fake
tlt spool of fine wire and fasten
end of wire to the frame. Lay
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. spray of greenery on the frame,
: and holding spool tightly in right
' hand, bind spray firmly to frame.
Lay on the nevl spray overlapping
artd continue to bind.
If the wreath is to be seen from
two sides, bind a spray on the
front, then turn frame and bind a
spray on the back. To make a
graduated wreath, start at the top
with short sprays, H ' 2 inches
long) and increase length of sprays
till they are six inches long at the
bottom of wreath. liegin again Jit
top and repeat on other side of
There are any number of effec
tive ways to decorate wrea'hs. You
can wire sprays of berries or weeds
in a continuous circle all around
center of wreath. Or put a line
of small cones around the center
of wreath, finishing with a cluster
of giant cones and berries Or dot
the wreath with rosettes of ber
ries and small cones at intervals,
or wire cluster of cones, berries,
herb", gourds or fruit at one spot
of the wreath.
Extra f ecrttnp
Cattle grazing on native ranges
need supplemental feeding during
the winter months to enable friem to
remain in good condition. Cotton
seed cake or other proteins and
cheap fornaes are rernmrnenod
You will bo happior as the
years roll on to have given
her .something in nice jewelry,
such as we are now showing.
Let us show you.
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SHOWN in JAIL AT SHANGHAI, CHINA, under V. S. Army jurisdiction ar thw rttt Japanese prisoners,
charged with torturing and then executing three B-20 fliers who crashed nealf HaftKW lit NoVeftibei1, 1944;
while on a Tokyo mission. The War Crimes Commission charges that pdfade nd celfebrson folfowed tht
inhuman trootmenl of the Yanks. Sixth front left is Col. Kameii Hukiimnto. tcMUir AfflKey. fftiTnaclonitIV
Senator Hoey Celebrates
68th Birthday With Cake
WASHINGTON Birthday cakes
with just one candle may become
the fashion for North Carolina con- 1
Senator Hoey. Democrat of t
North Carolina, cut a cake with ,
one candle on his 68th birthday ;
when his office staff surprised him
with a party. Several weeks ago !
Representative DouKhton, Demo- 1
erat of North Carolina, was 82 and ;
his staff also selected a ike witn
a single candle for an od.ee party
A S'nate page had to persuade
Hoey to leave the Senate to eat his !
Members of his staff present for
the party included Helen Whitack
er of Raleigh, Jane Rideoutte, of
Salisbury, Millie Carter Holley of
Washington. N. C, Isabel Armour,
of Shelby, and Carolyn Bason, of
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Of farm youth between 16 and 17
years of age, only 5fi.it per cent
were-attendinj hinh school in 1940,
and it is estimated that 50, 000 rural
children of elementary age are not
Mrs. Newton Cook leaves this
morning for her home in Jackson
ville after spending a week oere
as the tfuet of Mrs. Felix Stovail.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Massiu had as
their quests over the week-end,
Mr. and Mrs Norman Evans, of
Springfield. I'a.. and their son,
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Yanceyville. His seel etnry, Jack
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CHARLOTTE, N. C
OF YANK FLIERS
MOSCOW RADIO "friendship
befwee fh United' States and the
Soviet Union is absolutely essen
tial to easure that men, women,
and childi'ew livitg today will en
joy peace fof years and1 years to
DSAN HEWTLETT JOHNSON,
of Canterbury Cathedral, upon de
parture fof England "Atomic
energy will' make war unnecessary
by providing a source of cheap
power to all nations."
FOREIGN MLNISTER BKVIN'S,
of Great Britain "If any great
power is suspicious of Great Brit
ain, I invite it to tell me frankly
what the suspicions are and I will
frankly face them. Nothing can
remove suspicion but utmost frank
ness as to our respective policies.
I cannot see why there should be
suspicion at all."
NAVY SKCRETARY JAMTCS
FORRESTAL "Peace, without the
means to enforce it. must remain A
BERNARD M. BARTJCH "In
the main, the provisions enacted
by Congress for American veteran
are more liberal than comparable
programs in other countries."
PRESIDENT TRUMAN "In a
war unparalleled1 in magnitude and
in horror, millions of Americans
gave their country outstanding
service. General of the Army
George C. Marshall gave it vic
tory." REPRESENTATIVE HUGH DE
LACY, Dernwt-rat, of Washington
"Why do we make a large-scale
civil war possible in China by pro
viding equipment and transpor
tating Chiang Kai-Shek s troops
into an area where he has so little
support among the people that he
must keep the Japs and their pup
pet troops armed as part of his
war against his own northern conn
tryhien?" CENTRAL CONFERENCE OF
AMERICAN RABBIS "The U. S.
"Wi,- Whet shall we spoil our
dinr with todkv?"
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Cedar Rapids Asphalt Plants and
Galion Graders and Rollers
Jaeger Mixers, Pttmp, . Hoists, and
Elgin Pick-Up Sweepers
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All set to make more of a i-eputa'-tion
in the movies than her grand1
father ever won with the written
j word, titian-haired Buff Cobb, 19.
granddaughter of the late Irving S.
' Cobb, shows some of the lissome
I lines that won her a part as a
, harem queert.
today seems to be lending its iiv
fluence to the resubjugation of huw
dreds of millions of colonials, by
force of arms, if necessary.
WALTER LIPPMAN "Today
the United States is the only big
industrial country now committed
to the perpetuation of free enter
price." SENATOR TOM CONNALLY,
Democrat, Texas "The United
Nations Charter is the only bright
spot in a clouded sky."
FRANCISCO P. LEIROS, Latin
American' Labor Leadef "The day
to day reports' of the SupresSions
of civil1 liberties in' the Argentine
and of the persecution of the Jews,
and recently of the Catholics', are
a complete reenaefmenf of the
ARCHBISHOI' SPELLMAN, of
New York, eottrtnenfiiijaf on Alfred
E. Smith Memorial Stamp "The
world was his mlrrof and" God was
GEN. JACOB L. DEVERS "Ii
anybody think that radfe-radar-rocket-atonv
device wlU defend!
this country without blood being
shed, I say bunJc"
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SEATTLE So far as Joe Louis,
the world's heavyweight champion,
is concerned the 'show" doesn't
have to go oh. , "" ' '
Louis says he's ready any tfttie
fo chuck the fow-a-day yantfe
ville circuit and return to . the
square circle, he1 ' champ- is" Jlp
pearing in Seattle" Palomaf the
ater in a 14-minute dct with Leon
ard Wood. Louis' vaudeville act
consists of four minutes of snappy
chatter with Wood, some shadow
boxing and ..bag pCmeMngr. Tne
heavyweight king says he went on
tour to help Wood eafn Some
money to open a' restaurant in
Speaking of his coming fight
with Billy Conn, Louis says he is
15 pounds overweight, but adds
thaf he could' get In shape irt one
Defeated by Weather
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to mc ap children sKdes fey
weakening sfttcheSj rftafciTig soles
peet away frotrt upjsets1. Bit ke's
soundly trounced when kid's weir..
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