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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
July 2, 1942     Golden Valley News
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L NEWS Broncllo Bill 1 cr R-I F..,'BIF_. i v woR BFOR tt. -- I | O OF TO0' IctL Fo IhO t4 m ACCC mA  PAY- THE L. I::I='' EXee,t wAS ' ro.-- LLIi 500 MOREA? tONCHO 15tLC our O'THE WAY ' i 'w,,"" '",,w---- " ' L YOUNG OFFICER Ab'4EI'TiE: A ERIFF kLE ( L|QK HE'IDAt NEPA'ER IAOLFF Llll IIOTTA TALK w-I..) l,,lll WEN'r l "t I-NK . To,co'uu e-- [  KEEP i ["IL'  o Ta.L UUE FOR I I ] MY 4Ot' I LOOK OUT" f LIVIN' -- ro UK "nD} II.D Y G t.utrr! THAT | AND iF" V(UI FELLOW | RILLA CF-IAY5 ON IgSckt. A'A% 'R:X:)W, A ''1  o CLP ! GErlN PO'UL D? | tY PECS ! [ VERY day we homemakers are gaining confidence in our own resourcefulness. We may not brew herbs and roots to make dyes as in Revolutionary times but this: pair of flamingo red chairs in a modern setting shows that we un-i derstand the importance of the warming glow of color. The tan of the couch covering makes the cording for the chair covers and the red of the chairs makes the cording and cushions for the couch. The sketch shows an article appearing soon wil show the covering process. T NOTE: Clip d e this article s ,EBRED ] this sketch is not in any of the hom ID POULT turkey Farms making booklets prepared by Mrs. Spear for our readers. The dimensions for mat ing the chair frame are in the new BOO|  .,, 8, which contains working directions fo '||]t| i 31 things to make from what the avera$ ! .... "J household has on hand, or from inexpetl sire new materials. Send your order to: | Jor Concentration of Genius If there be anything that can N . called genius, it consists chiefly i "  ability to give that attention to  subject which keeps it steadily i Pat the mind, till we have s rv ived it HE skep accurately on all sides.--Reid. beams the mare 11 soon h e toy for ill have t  the aYing wit] To lelp preserve the eolor of beets and red cabbage when cook- ing, use a tablespoon of vinegar to each quart of water. Pineapple and peach juices mixed in ginger ale make a de- licious punch. Add the ginger ale at the last moment and serve in glasses or a pitcher half-filled with crushed ice. The ice is needed to dilute as well as to chill the beverage. * * $ To protect posts against ter- mites, soak them (the posts, of course) in fuel oil before patting into the ground. $ * * Put sugar in the cup before add- ing tea or coffee and you can use a smaller amount for the same degree of sweetness. The hot beverage immediately melts the sugar and no undissolved grains are left in the cup for the house- wife to wash down the drain. $ * * When eotton sheets begin to wear out in the center, rather than sew the outside hems together, make two pillow slips of the two good ends. Light-colored leather seats on chairs should be washed frequent- ly. Make a lather of warm water and mild soap, apply this on a sponge to the leather. Wipe with a clean cloth. Repeat until the lather comes off clean, then wipe dry and polish with another soft cloth. See that the chairs are per- fectly dry before they are used. A fruit jar, tightly capped, can be used effectively for mixing fruit or milk shakes. Violent boiling destroys most vitamins. Control heat carefully while boiling food. Syrup from canned fruits can be used on cereals and for sauces. color patt A! ss-w Enclose 11 desired. Pat Address . .. AG Treat Get up a] mlfferers I nllllons c Intestines of "bulk" ews of a t to wLu we ' You see atives pro( tlon or dr= rOzn oth ut lrELI not h( Do You Bake at Home? If you do, send for a grand cook book--crammed with recipes for BOTgL all kinds of yeast-raised breads and cakes. It's absolutely free. "Ewery Cosmopolitan Ser Just drop a postcard with your and address to Standard Completely Renovated name Brands Inc., 691 Wa.ington St., GRAND FORKS, N. I: A New York Citv.--Adv. Auto and Aviation Pioneers Meet Fairly Safe--Even if House Is Bombed 7 i !ml ...................  - DI tinct o -.:.:.:-::':':':':':::::::::::: Beach ng Crew for the.' | il ,, r- - ocean-flying South A . I li , _ t ........................................ ' med "' ,o ' ' S" "yOIf  aeh roug. ",/ ;!l  Clippers. He say. _., Hi. e, head  -- Ill III Glenn D. Martin, pioneer plane manufacturer, meets Henry Ford, hlldren inside this timber air raid shelter would be fairly safe. The auto pioneer, who is now a bomber manufacturer, at the famous Ford heavy timber is easily put together with pegs, contains a double bed Willow Run bomber plant. Shown, left to right, are Henry Ford, Albert )tnd incendiary bomb fighting equipment. The family is bundled in for " 11  Kalm, the architect who designed both Willow Run and Martin factories, the night, with one son on top, looking on--and the dog looking In, Mr, Martin, and Charles ogen.J ve president in charge of production, i !