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Christmas Sales May Hit
Record; Big Late-Shopping
Rush Is Anticipated Here
LOOKING OVER BERLIN AIRLIFT
j iif ri::;v-.t ( in i-,uiuis evt r is
coin i ri'! up. and i iit hipit,t lale
.slu)jnii id-li K a n( ii-ijateit in (he
fun in . sl.ur ;iml tuition.
St-m i hum it .in ung ewrai local
h i .ui aii ;nm' i t iMi a, topping
ih;. t l.t t a. Only a tew
Ikm't Nefclrct Theml
Nature designed the kidney to do
msrrifus job. Their task m to keep tb
flowing blood stream Irtae oi a Mltm ul
tui.e uupurnit. Tfc tt of living
ill If a tOUStAUll pTwduciDg 4dia
tutittr itm t.diiri nmsi remove (rum
Le Muiu 'I good tifiith a io t-ndurc.
VLrQ ihe kidiic-ya lJ lo tunt-tiun
Nm uff ui c-uded, t h-r- is tvtetii iun j
VaSlr Ifcitl Uiay fili-tf ri.d-id tl.ss
irtjj. uu may surft-r ngn baoksi'L,
LffNjrH lit da. , all. uf diUlDt-M,
rl l .Ii up ir.g hid. 8 r 1 1 ,U , puthat&S
Ulalrr tt.e ff - le-i tiUd, Ut-rvuUi, tttl
i Q uul.
KrtM;u-iit, st-nry or burning pasafa
art luri. t..e further r . idt-iu e uf kd
Otv uf tljdd-r urban i
1 ) r n . ii.-itl iiid tropr trHaiirifrit
is a d.t-rt -:.r :m dii-.rt- U uti T li- kJti-s
ft f J .-f t-'VS L - ti'd V.iSlf.
I s- i'i(.n'rt .li.-. Thrv laf Ll uiure !
ILai: ! -' i n uf p libl.i- n;pru a! rf
t-udurst d (!. t L'Uiitr i.vi-r. 1 naidl uu ,
ilii at ull diuir slur.
stoics ivpoi t a decrease In Christ
As HajAvood count ians have al
ready noticed, there is a greater
ot goods on the countfr
j to s aie niore amazing than ever
beture. and there seems to be an
abundance of everything evcept
hetler get yuur Christmas tuike
order in eaily this season, because
the supply is likely to be short
Accoidins to p'.esent tiyu.es, the
price will be hither ihan the
Miiount paid, tor the Thjiiksyivins
turkey. Some turkey raisers have
been holilin;; their turkey:, hoping
for a price ri-e before Christmas.
Local department and specialty
sioivs are eiectlm; I, in !:,.
iiilnule rush by shoppers as usual.
This year, manufacturers have no
bitf bachluK of orders lo take care
"of as has been the custom dur
in! the past few years. At present
there is fi eater availability t)f gift
Roods than at any time since the
iuiintj me war and post-war
years when articles were scarce,
many people beyan Christmas shop
ping in October and some even
siarieu in Isepleinber. This
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Mnirmnm immnnH'iMimtT ttmnn -it mult : Jmrnimm imitmhimi-miMtk t..v I
" RI!i and mptlai automatically.
Washes 8 lbs. of clothas In Uss than a half 4
hour; cleanor, whiter.
Civos 2 rinses with UvWafor1? action.'
Spins clothes damp dry.
Self-balancing needs no bolting down."
Self-cleaning porcelain inside and out.
Can be hand-controlled for special jobs.
BRITISH MINISTER FOR AIR Sir Arthur Henderson gets an Inside picture
on the operation of the airlift into Red-blockaded Berlin. Above, he
climbs aboard an American transport at Britain's Gatow Airport in
Germany. Air Marshal Saunders follows him up ladder, (international)
(Compiled by Extension Service
at State College)
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Answer: Professor If S, Oear
styne, head of the State College
poultry department, says that for
years the emphasis in turkey breed
ing has been toward type. How
ever, at the Central Experiment
Station farm near Raleigh, where
for Ihe past eilit years tests have
been conducted to improve the
utility of ihe Bronze turkey, one
luikey hen laid 219 cut's in 194r
and two hens have passed the 200
egg mflrK this year By producing
-uj and Jll eggs during a 12
uioiilh period. According to Pro
fessor Dearstyne, the tests show
that high eyg production can be
developed in turkeys through care
ful breeding factors.
Question: What kind of saw
beM for pruning fruit trees?
Answer: Any kind will do
wbirh is iharp enough to do the
job. However, a sw ive!-bladed
saw teems best suited to the work
it cost? only a few dollars but
lax a lifetime if given proper
is meant by
Hiey realize they do not have to
bop early lo beat sell-outs, because
all stines are well slocked with a
vai iely of floods.
; 'i'liiv f'hii lnias Santa Clans will
j deliver Mich innovations as a baby
I doll that gurgles and burps when it's
i back I: patted; a "walking giant'
j etc 1 1 in --,c iH,t that walks by re
; 'mine control, iuN buttons and
; blinks its eyes: a "talking station"
'that bawls out train destinations
I when a steam-hissing loconioliv:
nears ils platform, and an Knglish
' made hobby horse I hat walks across
the room. A miniature piccolo,
'which requires a coin, is on dis
play at a local store. Several other
odd tins are ready to assist Santa
Clan, in tilling his bags for the
trip through the country come Sat
urday, December 2.r). "
STATU ( Ol.I.IXii: HINTS
! TO FAKM HOM1.MAKERS
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! Don't spend too much on maca
; roni. spaghetti, while rice, grits,
and coin meal They arc poor in
' minerals and vitamins. We might
cut down mi these foods and use
mol e whole w .ieat products, en-
riclied grain products, oatmeal,
i soybean products, and fresh fruits
and vcgclahles. Variety is the
spice of good eating.
Buy carefully. Look before you
buy; compare prices of different
loods ol the same type. Some foods
are cheaper if bought in large
quantities. Tomato and citrus
fruit juices and evaporaled milk
cost less per serving if you buy
I hem in hu ge size cans.
Bead labels l hey have an edu-
-onin.li wiiiie. i iiey list all ma
terials used to make the packaged
food and tell how much the pack
age holds. Sniiielimes surprising
"certified" cotton seed0
Answer: ( 'ei I iliral ion in North
Carolina is a seed improvement
plan sponsored by Stale College
and f .ii ro il ,.u under the super
vision ol Dr. II. p. M.jore. director
of ihe Crop improvement Associa
tion. On Ihe one hand, farmers
are as-i led in t)t. production of
hiidi-qiulily plaining eed, and on
the other, -ei il iiiii, li!,....-t-
urged to lake advantage of this
uperior lype of seed. The fields
p.-oducni' cert died seed are in-
pecied for pit i il of variety and
for unifoi only oi staple and seed
cliaraclerilic-,. Special precau
tions are ohrivcd at the lime of
ginning to prevent mixing and
healing Germination must be 80
per cent or above. The purchaser
of cerlitiefl ,.,.! receives-a grow
er's guarantee wilh each bag of
seed purchased. "This feature,"
says Dr. Moore, "is certainly wor
thy of consideration by farmers
who do not want to risk nii.tin
of questionable origin."
Plans for an outstanding North
Carolina Farm and Home Week
program tor lUiii were made by-
Slate College officials and agricul
tural leaders of the State in a re
cent meeting at the College.
Date for the event was set as the
second week in August, which is
about two weeks earlier than usual.
Beginning on Monday, August 8,
and continuing through Thursday
evening, August 11, the program
will include general sessions and
subject matter discussions each
morning; tours, demonstrations,
and visits to exhibits each after
noon; and addresses and recrea
tional features each evening.
Several internationally known
speakers will be invited to give
addresses or lead discussions. Prin
cipal speakers at the last Farm and
Home Week, held in 1947, were
General Dwight Eisenhower and
Columnist Dorothy Thompson.
On Thursday evening the prin
cipal feature wjll be an educa
tional program on farm and home
mechanization during which sev
eral thousand dollars worth of
prizes will be awarded. An effort
will be made to have this program
indled by personnel of a well-
known national radio quiz show
and possibly have it broadcast on
a coast-to-coast hookup.
Farm and Home Week was not
held in 1948 because of the polio
epidemic. The event normally at
tracts more than 5,000 farmers and
homemakers from all parts of the
The planning meeting held re
cently was presided over by Roy
I.ohr of Lexington, president of the
State Farmers Convention. John
W. Goodman, assistant director of
the State College Extension Serv
ice and secretary of Farm and
Home Week, led the discussion of
program plans. Among other per
sons attending were representa
tives of the College, the State De
partment of Agriculture, the State
Federation of Home Demonstration
Clubs, and other agencies.
DIDN'T KNOW WINDOW WAS LOADED
l I f ,Ti ' f"iYt lJ''l'ii,i' sji,
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IATEST ENTRY FOR the "Believe It Or Not" pri7e or the vc
G. Campbell, who was walking past a Los Angeles spotting g ik- ss
looking for Christmas presents, when a gun on display in 'ihe win,
accidentally exploded. A charge of birdshot crashed Uirou-'- t ho Wj,.
pane, wounding Campbell in the head. He is shown (Kit) h.,1,1 , ,,
shot-torn hat (arrow) as ambulance attendants arrive. Int. i:,(i!.,.
B. Cook Serves
Forces In Japan
Main St. j
and interesting information is
tucked away in fine print. Remem
ber that a package which looks
large may hold less than one that
looks smaller. The weight is what
. Dii a Cook.
I fou ml ou.ili
klm. m and
Hot Spiced Cider: 4 inches stick
cinnamon, 6 whole cloves, a dash of
nutmeg, sugar if desired, 1 gallon
of cider, 4 tablespoons butter, 1
orange sliced. Tie spices in bag
and place in 'kettle of cold cider
and bring to boil. Sweeten slightly
if desired. Serve hot. Yield: 10
Ironing hint: Starching will cut
the ironing time in half. It means
that dresses, skirts, shirts, and
blouses stay clean longer, shed dirt
and dust more easily and keep that
crisp look TWO days instead of
Pfc. Boyco Cook
Hospital, son of Mrs
Waynesville. has been
fied in the military
specialties of medical
Acquired largely I hrou gh hi ;
Army trainim; and c perii-ncc,
these qualified ions will aid Pfc.
Cook to obtain advaiiccnicnl un
der the new Career Plan which is
lo govern all promotions in enlist
ed and warrant grades.
Stationed in Yokohama, .lapnn's
major port city and seat ol lite
headquarters of the Kiyhlli Ann'..
Pfc. Cook is lilltn
with the Army
Entering Ihe army in l'H7,
arrived in Ihis theater m Sep;
her of I he same y ear. lie 1 . to
er st.ldi ill of ay tie ; il le To
ship high school.
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GENUINE FORD HEATE
AND WINDSHIELD DffROSTB
Of arnpla capacity to keep interior of cat wam si
Ihe coldest weather. Fits all 1941-48 Ford can.,.i
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DAVIS - LINER MOTOR SALE
Io you always eat breakfast?
You need breakfast if you expect
to do your best work and be bub
bling over with energy for the day's
work. Prepare slow cooking cereals
the night before, cover with a thin
film of water, and reheat in the
morning before stirring. Dried
fruit soaked overnight cooks very
quickly. You can cook it with the
cereal. Fresh fruit juices may be
bottled, stoppered, and stored in
SHERIFF LOSES PANTS
WEATHERFORD. Tex. (UP)
Parker County Sheriff John Young
lost his pants. They were included
among clothing taken from a clean
ing establishment broken into
W0May work ooes out lh winoW , ffc,"
frinidoire My-Aooolte Worfwr com tn door YoB
jurt put in dofhe and soap, set th. dial ...and tof8.r itl
Then in leu than a half -hour dothM ore washed draw,
whiter, and spun dry . . . some ready for ironing UwnedV
atefy. That's all there Is to ft.
Radio Quiz Show
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There'll be a "Waiting Line"
on Long Distance,1
d -.telefhone call, we've e.er had
... -i ri switchDoaru"
iven witn every circuit, a
Jce, there may be delays.
To avoid the rush, why not ffake
Utort Christmas Eve or alter Cbns
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