The Panola Watchman (Carthage, Tex.), Vol. 67, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 11, 1940 Page: 2 of 8
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work, a variety or orrupatlous are
larlediMl tM the scop* of activities
earrle.1 nti In the NY A Homamaklltg
Program for needy young Women, ae
cording to Mate NYA Administrator
I. V. Keilatn.
There In nothing unusual in the
fact that atria living In the NYA
Monte makiut Center here arew their
own vegetable* and preserve large
quantities of fruit and vegetable*. Bet
If you visit the Center %od gya luvky
enough to hare lemon pie for dee»
aert, you are promptly Informed that
the lomone need In fahrtoatina the
ta«try are not arqulred from the eoh
ner grocery but from a lemon tree In
the yard of the NYA home,
Beside* baking plea from lemon*
grown on their own tree, three NYA
gli la got homemaklttg experience In
marketing, i-onaumer buying, homo
management, child car* and training,
Interior decoration, laundry praetloe,
home bookkeeping, meal planning,
gardening, food prcaereatlon, handi-
craft*. and aeWIng.
Twenty eight atria from rural com
munitlna In tbla area, divide! into
two etinel group*,
expensive. You may use what
nub, butternut*, haael nnta 01
H cup shortening (part hntt
!H cup* auger
1U cup* cake flour ar I eupa
M Cream shortening, add at
MhMI'IIIS, Teuil., — Btstrlhutlnil Of
more than 1.000,MO cotton bath tow
eta will begin tm* month a* a reault
of a acrt*** of conference* between
rtprenentativ** of the National Cot
tnn Council and executive* of Wm. n.
Belly end Co., it was announced Here
National Cotton Council official*
•aid that the towel* would be dlatri
bated ag premium* to be offered
>ur once I
-her and a
____________ _nut* with
>ur. Blend In the vanilla. Pour into two w
Ss toKfiSs nggy £&■
I tnlnntee for loaf In a modem!* even, Mo*
Creamy Caramel letag
I thap. granulated augar I d tbap. c
A eup top milk ar eraam I I eupa a
Utah OlllettU lg the bled* fbt YOU
Belling at only 10c fbr 4,,, thl* blade
ha* ■upaohaen edge* of § radically
ImiMmvMktfid. And ttha made of aaay-
Igitog gjgflt hifti gttuujh to uut glaaa.
That** why tt^ totally^shin
and outlasts ordinary
11 I 111 blades two to one! Buy
■ l|JP a package from your
WlmM real shaving comfort.
through approximately lo.ooo retail
grocery store* In thirteen iouthertr
state*, with a Special sales force of
Mo women to begin exhibiting th
premiums Immediately in the larger
•tores of the Cotton Belt. The pro
feet will be supported by window dis-
play* aqd special advertising promo
Detail* of the project , were ar-
ranged by deorge P. Thompson, pro*
Idem of the New Orleans Wholesale
Grocers Association and chairman of
the Cotton Count!'* aubcomroltte* in
New Orlesns: flhflbry (Irave*. general
sales manager of the Belly firm. s»d
Nd Mpscomh, advertising dlie-tor of
rsmny tad of right eonslgtensy to spread smoothly on cake.
** 4*# I" » Wide cream to
two week periods In the BesidaMt
Of ’39 Program
r^TnrJSB tlyytshlSto **
Woul^ H make any difference If 1 need water *r milk In my
ike Is store er less an extra m
sy ueiag part water er all wai
WeivkS* im* le Mot* tteftar, la*.--
aeekmg probisms, Mad •
metier In earn el thf------------
present time In making the bu^llimn
census. When he talli on you give
him all (ho Information he desire*,
It's (o your advantage, oud the ad-
vantage of the town in which you
Because the natloh’s Industrialists
and developers will judge Carthage
and other towns In Cauola County in
the light of the 1040 0SWSUS, every
men bant should give wholehearted
co-operation In and to the present
federal business census.
Polks away from here use govern
men! statistical reports In laying
their plans, Carthago, has in our opin-
ion, mado great strides In popula-
tion, and building expansion since
the last census tn 1PM.
Boy Woodyard, prominent Carthage
man, aod veteran is engaged at the
• Van will rsasto*
to setter geeteget
American If.to; Collier's |f,M,
Woman's Home Companion |1N
Saturday Rvening Cost |l.te; Ladles
Home ioamal fl.ee} Cosnmpohtae
— ■ *j» Si,*..........
most successful National Coltt-u
Week in the history of the event, the
staging of the Cotton Belt's first an
nnal Cotton Christmas, a campaign
to which more than 7to newspapers
promoted the household reuse of
cotton hags, completion of arrange-
meets with a large Boot hem coffee
firm to distribute more than P.mw.nno
cotton towels as premium0 during
l*4o. Nett wide promotion of a new
cottonseed hull bran sweeping com
pound perfected by the Cotton He
search Poundattou. and snccessfu)
negotiation* with n large ffonr UffJt
to use cotton seed shortening ex
efnsivefy to Ms nxfionaBy dtoribafd
fvuwtotltlng dtawrlmmatory tones on
At BwhviHs, Hals ml Tmu«
AT THff CLO»C OP BOilNftgf ON THt IPTH OAV OP
NBCfMMft, 1PM, PUOLttMCO IN THt PANOLA WATCH
MAN, A NKWiPAPCN PftfHTKO ANO PUPLISMtO AT CAN-
THAOC, CTATC OP TCBAf, ON THt 11TN DAY OP >AN-
Loan* and discounts, on personal or
eeBnternl necnrtiy ___________... ... .
Loans neenred by real estate *________*.
BaourWs* of C, 0., any Mato er ptoftfeal
subdfvhrtoa thereof _________»_________________
PsManetY bonds held for aafoheepfag
cottonseed food products, the Conn |
dl reported the successful defense of j
these products ngntnst P» state fear
fstarttve sftempi* to levy new er to
creased tones and license fees.
fa the field of scienttfb- research fe
dmcover now anna tor cotton, the
Connell adopted the Cotton Nesesrch
Poandnima da Ns research sgen v.
yledgMig Ms financial support to ns*
ortfuaMadoa to carrytog oat proy^r*
stread$ under way and new profe.'i*
to to evotoed Wtarlfy by the l#o or
fsafsaffmrr irartog 1PM the Cower it
atato toMtarted the first eataaasrfee
CoMMudaig ffd efforts to espaed
fsrrtara trade fhe CsaascN was ser
j n'nfrt ia «asor*ag snore fncersivv
war sMfli NMwraace terms and anow
sd mat i itafff to the ergoaNattoe e'
fie am# Cettoa ftopwrf Corporattor
floMfto ad dtodfas on not weigh'
mdftod ad rrrinr stv do# torn* *e* 1
mfMad to the fades* ry. wwh a fto* !
roswsf to to tmade to ton Coaacffs!
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The Panola Watchman (Carthage, Tex.), Vol. 67, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 11, 1940, newspaper, January 11, 1940; Carthage, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth895962/m1/2/: accessed September 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sammy Brown Library.