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Thursday, July 4, 1940 INDIAN VALLEY RECORD GENERAL .uo. s. ARM JOHNSON -.- O P I C S Path Wyeth Spears EC$CREI 'DIET DEFICIENCY' By VIRGINIA VALE S HORT 6 AME WIND OW" ASTHEY SWING THROUGH ,IUNE Washington, O.C. (Released by Western Newspaper Ualon.I CUTS CROP YIELD ~ASEBALL form still is somewhat 'DANGEROUS GESTURE' CURTAINS CURTAIN5 FROM muddled as the major league HE first actor in Holly- " . i The selection of the Republi- W La "E t" AND OLD CEILING TO FLOOR 5"rns swing amng. An the ~auonatc ann. mr r nox ann Mr btirnson wood history ever to be ' ck of ssen lal Foods ,^ -- -- .=ague. the rtcas ana me voagers ." . . ", -- - . as secretarms oz navy ann war re- ~ rlt.~,l.GO l.w[=l#'~il%D li,*t.JVl=-K~-.I-ll~ ,re holoing up but me ~aralnais elected a delegate to a na- Reduces Productivity. h,=v~ pennant 'cnmce m some see- ispecuvmY' nan a poisonous signk- tional political convention, --- ~ ,c.~7,~,-~,~ "~' when the spring preamuons cance . They are both ardent tom- Melvyn Douglas wonders if By HERBERT L. GARRARD EXTENSION ~.-- . !tom Pesters for war. ~f~eyn~;r ::/'a;::aZ oDatloYf t~a: Mr. Stimson has been raising his he will be able to enjoy the Diagnosing the ailments of "sick" A~./~%/'~ LI~]~ ~.~'1 h or crops and prescr,bmg the renters-. A[~~ ~~~ race they are teetering on the verge voice for us to repeat the follies of on . ti " " ~,nr~W,~.r=.~ ~, ~=- --- , In the American league the Yan[ 1917 and 1918 in a steadily increas- ,~'" " a" ~ ves is a scmnce thatcan turn WlI~U~W~ N~ib][/ ~ I~.~| .U J uz course i can 1ways ve . . , keen ing clamer until his most recent represemea vy proxy, ned.farms. /t/A| A~]f~.r qt.l~[~'~ ~J~l,~ I |(~V ~ ~ have come on but not rapidlyla ts z ;, losses into profits on Amerman ~ =~]~ ~|~. Immmw~mmmm enough to fit in with b s 'nsisted on our convoying i . .~,- ~. ~, .k ~,~j,~.~ ~:i:~ the pre-season contraband of war to Britain and stud the other day. But a~ Many of the dmeascs that destroy ~~: ~' -~---- )~1 ~ [~' ~#~ schedule that called opening our naval bases to the Brit- chance like this comes only the productivity of crops are due "-~~ ~'~"- ,',~;~;:= ~~|{~ n ~ : to diet defic ency--to a la~k of such ' for them to be away ish fl et--both irretrievable acts of every four years, a d I d hate . . I I out in front by this war. . l essentim pmnt fooos as nitrogen.I I,/ ] Ill " ~'~bPtl ~ I ~IM "~ ~~iii time Otherwise Mr. Knox has been preaching, tomms~t. . !phosphoric acid and potash in the] ~--'/---~ "--'--"~[ ,~[~[ ~ ~ [~[~lJ ~ the race in that armed intervention for months. Thisl. uou.glas made preparahons to be soil' And just as tell-tale symptoms I [~~r-~ /all I r[~,~.~ ~c~ [~t|~*i m Cmcago July 15 for the b~g con ~ ,- ~~i league is in aecord- choice leaves no doubt vahateverl " i are present ~ hen human beingsare ] [ II~l~ =~''1] }[ /~| ~'='|~| [|~ clave ~ut he temporarny Iorgol ~ ~!~i ance with the dope, about the President's own inten- ' ill so growing plants reveal the'r [ I [[][~ [[ [[ I I N~-~aL .~ '[X~L~'~ [LL~ that he ~s also an actor, revolved m infirmities b vario s si-ns I I I II I I'~h~'i~5~A. ~4r~lL I ~~ with the Red Sex,tions. If he is not stopped he is goingI ' y u. g . -' ~ i " ' " 'Y g ~ ~ T ~-- Indians and Tigers to take this country into bloody war the new Columbia comedy "He l Even in the earl" sta-es of ",rowth ] ~OLL~ ~ ~= ~D~II ~ 1 ~t~,~ ~ ~ ~,- ) Stayed for Breakfast [ ~ q up ahead and,the as soon as possible whether it wants . :these signs of ill-health are readily / I II[I I[ [I 1 ~)' ~[I ~ ~ I[UH~ Alexander Hall the mrector ~s i diocernible. Sickly seedlings with,[J[l( [ ] ~ [ [~i~"~-~L ~ ~[~ ~| ~~ second division held to go or not--and with about 85 per I making every effort to hurry thingSlnarrow leaves, thin stalks, poor root I II1' I,~l ~ I r,~t'JKA- --1141~1 I 0rantlanfl by the White Sex, cent majority, ~t doesn't want to go. along and ~s making all the scenes ~ formaiions and tips of leaves tinted [ [[]11 ][[[ [ -~l~/~. ~-~-~]-~=~=-- Rice Senators, Athletics * * * w,th Douglas--~---first" l a reddish-br, own hue tell a story of I [lit| III[ I ~~:~ ~q~4~-1= ~ . and Browns. The Both men are leading citizens with { s~arvation for necessary plant nour- / ~,I ,I I I {i ~ -'~ .~OWns, *t seems, have had their l~nonorable and distinguished rec- n you minx you'a ,me to De a me. ishment ~murge and from now on not much erda. Mr. Stimson was at one time tion picture producer, pause and ] Wi~h 'o-,ts for ~xamn~o - ~fl,T WAS with a thrill of pride that [ ered with the chintz with green consider ~hathappened at the Pars- ie " of""~ s '-" h l"'b" Betsy's mother looked over a bindings and a set of green and "-~ely to be heard from them. secretary of war and at another, mount studio recently when Joel Me. ev d~nt in ~ ,-odm~h ~oloration of hat of the incest gn'ls m Betsy's|yellow china was brought out to ~ne of the main surprises has secretary of state. In neither post- c ncy p( ta. h m t e so l w l e . " . . . ~, . " W~a o~erefl by the Giants who, aft- tion did he leave any record that Crea withdrew from the castof ) ,'. ~o'~:.-~'~, ~ ;,v, ~ class. She had said"yes," when lend color to (he walls and add a tha bad start, have moved up into would recommend him as a great 'AriseMy Love' because ofill~ after s-rout n" The fol a~e of ~o Betsy wanted to givea luncheon I note of interest on green painted n')~ running.: . At the outset, the cabinet minister. As secretary ofIt,v s. ~ ,- . . hen h (1)Because of McCrea's, throes sho~ a d~ k -- -n in the for them Now what would she do|stands in front of the windows 1 h " I 'S ~ r gree " ~.ny ecter ~mn state he was ready to use force to w't drawn1. Ray Milland was e'~rl, sta,es of -ota-h star. ation' in about the shabby old dining room [ The stands were made of empty plucked from the cast of "V~rgmm' the case of tomatoes there is a w~th ~ts veneered oak ehmrs, spools as descmbed m the new ea~ a~tne nnmn .o! me twvoppose Japan in Manchukuo, a ' "" ,I ~ z s~ ~ . But.the. return of Joe eoursewhieh, however high-minded, to take the McCrea assignment, oP. tnurnlisg leaf coloration when the short, faded curtains and bare ]Sewing Book 5, which is now ~. ure, the nne pltcnmg o~ t;ar~ ~ua- would have been fatal to the Amer- I ~lan'ts are starved for "hosnhorus buff-colored walls? " t ready for mailing. This book also ~,=u and the batting of Harry Dan v, ~, v ~, " lean strategical position in the Far ~ Corn that is sufferin~ @ore diet Here ~s the answer and ~t cost [ g~ves dn'echons for a buckram -rag pulled them out of that early East t deflciency is easily recognizable exactly six dollars. An inexpen-[stiffened valance of the type |eg:n slough. . Both these gentlemen have served ~! [ When nitrogen is lackin~ it develons sive green and yellow flowered [ shown here. All of its 32 pages ~ ey still don't look as 11 they as volunteer temporary army of- ~~~la stre~ked~ye]low leaf- When pot- chintz was used for draperies late packed as tight as I could ;:ght sneak through and grab the ricers in time of war--Mr. Knox ~l~i~~[ash is mi'ssinu the edges of the from ceiling to floor. The trick of[ make them with ideas to make thr~a~nt But they do.loom as a in two wars. There can he nothing ~ ' ' " ~~~lleaves are "fired" or scorched and making the windows h~ghcr ~s ex-tyour home attrachve w~thout ~0 the l~eas an(1 l~oogers, oe ~. " hut praise for that patriotic and ~~'~~la snotty yello~v strea