is """I, Each year around cherry blossom time, the Geishas of Kyoto, Japan, present the "Miyako Odori," known as the Cherry Dance, with full formal kimonos now worn only on such occasions. This year's dance was held in the theater of the Geisha School. Prior to the dance performance, the Geishas served tea and cake to individuals in the audience. Here, the Geisha boils the water for tea in a kettle placed on top of a charcoal burner. The two dancers at left are waiting to serve. Finds time for home, career and cooking contests St. Paul Cook Wins Sweepstakes at the Minnesota State Fair That sweepstakes award is so big it takes three to show it off to advantage—Mrs. Paul Wolff, who won it at the Minnesota State Fair, and her able assistants, daughter Susan and son Jimmy. And besides this sweepstakes, Mrs. Wolff won another in the Ramsey County Fair pocking competition. A career woman as well as a housewife, Mrs. Wolff is naturally mighty busy, and likes to do things the handiest way. That's why she uses Fleisch- roann's Active Dry Yeast. "It's so fast rising," she says, "And convenient, too, It keeps for months," And most prize-winning cpoks agree! In a survey of 10,000 prize winners, 9 out of XO preferred Fleischmann's . . , and it's easy to see why. This dry yeast is the fastest rising ever, and so easy to use. All you do is dissolve it in warm— not hot— water. Fleischraann's Dry Yeast is convenient, too— keeps for months on your shelf. When you bake at home, get Fleischmann's Active Dry Yeast— the very best. And try the new "Yeast- Rte" Main Dishes . . . there's a recipeonevery "Thrifty Three"! Fwk Anollw Flat Product ol Stmdird Btinds Inc. For the first time in many years archeological excavations have been resumed at Herculaneum near Naples. This is an ancient Roman city buried over night with Pompeii .in eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 A.D. Here is 2,000-year-old kitchen recently uncovered. These earthenware vessels, sunken into marble topped working table for preparing food, once contained cereals for cooking, flour, etc. With a pleading look in his eyes, four-year-old Pepito Pepato, member of the Otavalo„ Indian tribe in Ecuador, stgres at the photographer qnd asks for "more candy, Senor — for my brudder." The boy is holding two pieces the cameraman had given him. Pepito is dressed in the conventional market day costume of the tribe.
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