The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 164, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 11, 1948 Page: 6 of 16
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THE. DAILY NEWS-TELEGRAM. SULPHUB SPRINGS. TEXAS
A new cosmic rmy laboratory
has been built on the edge of a are known, and sc
glacier in the Italian Alps. others exist in natu^
mittee, and I came to Texas for
not building th* chureh.”
“Little excitement here a few
minutes ago; Pistol Pete shot up
Three-Day-Old Baby Flees War
urican birds that have kimo Curlew, Great Auk,.Pm«en-
recently include thegcr Pigeon, and Carolina Para-
ck, Heath Hen, Bs* keet.
Two reUil store officials agree
that their buyers have not been
able to find enough furniture de-
signed for the lower income
groups. The search was made at
the International Home-Furnish-
ings market in Chicago.
The president of the McMahan
Furniturcfitores, James McMahah
of Santa Monica, California, told
a news conference in Chicago that
furniture for the |1,800 to 12,000
income group ia what he termed
“The crying need” of retailers
McMahan, who heads 58 stores,
said the drop in the spendable dol-
lar has taken ita toil in the retail
furniture trade. He added that
there* is a demand and not a wish
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British forces from Haifa, Palestine, was this
spondent David S, Boyer.) _____
comes led them to pay more for
furniture now are back to buying
in the lower-price field. Kopseker
surrounding linen. Hand-rolled
edges are less sturdy than stitched
The textile experts also pass on
some information on the proper
laundering of fine handkerchiefs.
They strongly recommend that the
handkerchiefs be washed before
they are badly soiled. They need
little or no rubbing to become
ity of design, style and fabrics In i
the lower-price merchandise. (
Kopseker said too that the con- 1
sumer is becoming better educated
in Furniture selectivity through
home making magazines.
It’s always fun to buy things.
But haven’t you ever thought—
"I wonder where my money goes.” !
Some people simply shrug it off ,
as just one of those things and
leave it at that. But specialists at
the College of Home Economics
at Cornell University, recommend
that you don’t leave it at that.
They point out that if you don’t
know where your money goes, you
can’t be satisfied. After all you
can’t very well be content with the
way you spent it if you don’t
know what you spent it for. So the
experts point out that the very
first step in making any kind of
a budget or a plan for spending
is to figure out how you’re using
your income now. Then when you
have that picture, you have to
take n good look at it and decide
if that’s the way you really want
it to go.
Few people have enough money
to buy everything they might ever
want. So, you’ll probably not be
aole to buy all you’ll want all the
time no matter how many budgets
you can put down on paper how
your money is going, then study
the result and ask yourself if that's
the way you should spend your
You probably will finu yourself
happier about the whole situation.
If you are not happier—and if
you see where you might have cut
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The EVENT You've Been Waiting,,,
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clean. A one hour’s soak in cool
suds will loosen the soil and save
strenuous washing. If you use a
washing machine, it’s a good ides
to tie the hankerchicfs in a loose
cheese-cloth bag and let them go
through both washer and wringed
in the bag.
Usually no bleaching is requir-
ed. To dry the handkerchiefs, pin
them to the line on top of a towel.
You’ll save money by following
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Imagine having delicious strawber-
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fruit pics and other delicacies many
months in advance. Meat, frozen when
fresh, remains fresh and flavorful for
■\ many months. The delectable freshness
,j is retained, and safely protected at
U ZERO temperature.
A General Electric Home Freeier is
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trips to the market or to your locker.
Per Added Economy and Convenience
PORTAGE . . . PORTO PED
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1938 PACKARD 2-Door Sedan
1938 CHEVROLET 2-Door Sedan
1938 CHEVROLET Pickup
■ 1937 FORD Pickup
Term* up to 1
24 month* to
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Mein et Magnolia Streets
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Bagwell, Eric. The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 164, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 11, 1948, newspaper, July 11, 1948; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth826560/m1/6/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.