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Meet Us In Our Booth at the FARM fr HOME SHOW and see O'BRIEN'S LIQUID VELVET In Action Thanks to sensational new Alkl-thtrnt "Anyone'caa get glamorous results with O'Briens new LIQUID VELVET! wilh Mori* Wilton; ov«f CS5-TV «v*ry Friday night. TRY IT- and yoittl never be satisfied, with, any ot/ier paint or enamel! no other paint on the market offers all these practical features! 1 5.10 On« cool covers,. . . dries quickly Goes on fait and easy .... with brush or roller Odoriesj type . . . extremely washable Die over any surface ... no lapping or spotting Rich, velvety finish . .'. smart colors Gel the pointing IhriH of your life — buy anci try new liquid Velvet — v/ith exclusive Alki-therm. SNOWDAY'S PAINT & WALLPAPER 113 S. 7th Phone 7-1731 Everything's Up To Dale In The Kitchen Department You can fry an egg in seconds on some of the new!what,in you"? freezer, there's a kitchen ranges 'being shown at the SaHna Farm and Home Show. Infra-ray bulbs provide instant heat in one model. You no longer! need to worry about burning your moveable doors. You can match the color of your refrigerator door with your interior decorating hand on a hot burner. Turn thet scheilie - If y° u rc P aint J^ kitch- switch and the heat is immediately! 6 "gone. \ In the new household equipment! being shown are refrigerators with) Some of the electric freezes are can set a new door to Freeze Alarm v a door opening from both sides. Yes, it's all one door with double hinge system. ! equipped with automatic alarm systems. If the electricity goes off and the temperature reaches ,thaw- New pastel colored equipment ' n S point,'.a.bell rings. The hbme- indudes white ranges with colored tops and refrigerators with re- maker is warned of the danger. food file attached to the freezer to help you'remember. 11 All you do is write down the date you put your different packages in the freezer and on what shelf. Incidentally upright freezers take up only half as much floor space as the chest type. Some of the .refrigerators have revolving shelves.; The idea is the same as for "Lazy Susan" cupboard shelves. Spin the shelves anc reach the food without stretching. For wash day you will be interested in the duomatic combination washer. It washes and dries In case you forget where you putj all in the same machine. Home-Builders' Essay Prize Goes To Colorado Girl . Anne Kirk, 18,-a; 12th grade; student at Central High school, Pueb- i Colo, has been judged Grand; wor ' c ' Prize winner of $500 cash,'and an all-expense trip to Washington, 9.C., in the National Associatipn of Home. Builders' second annual essay contest. Achsah Hardin, teacher who sponsored Miss Kirk's entry in :he nationwide contest, wins, an all-expense trip to Washington with her student. The school girl's winning essay n the subject of."Why ;Home nvnersliip Builds Good Citizenship" pointed out that home ownership encourages jjride in the community and a growing sense of civic responsibility. Home own- cvs, the essay said, take pride in upkeep of property, in' securing DHIACows Set A Record MANHATTAN — Cows in Kansas dairy herd improvement asso- escort his 'mother home from Little Gentleman In Long Jaunt .HUDSON, N. H. :&-, The object of a two-hour search, 4-year- old Walter Galsz was found in Nashua, three miles from home. Walter explained he wanted to [nations had the highest average production ever recorded . during the past year, reports Ealph Bonewitz, extension dairy specialist, Kansas State College, Manhattan. Kansas dairy cows -on test averaged approximately 9413 pounds of milk and 367 pounds.of bulterfat. This improvement came despite a continuing, increase in the number of cows on test. Last Good Reading New Non-Fiction jAf TheAibrary Several new non-fiction books have been received at the Salina Dry Grass-Fed Calves Show Best Gains MANHATTAN—Steer' calves put on cheaper gains wintered on dry grass in bluestem pasture than those fed prairie hay in dry lot and made gains nearly equal those of the calves in dry lot. In one-year tests at the Kansas agricultural . experiment station Kansas State College, best way tt winter steer calves that.are to: be grazed and sold off grass appearec to be on native bluestem pasture with a ration of 1 pound of protein, minerals, and salt. From December pound steers on to July, 416- those rations gained 275 pounds at $9.72 per 100 pounds gained. Another group 01 steers, on the same rations plus pound of corn, gained 301 pounds at $10.05 per 10 pounds of^gain Other Kansas tests indicated that, if the steers were kept to October, the added pound of corn would not pay for itself. Compared with $9.72 per 100 pounds gained, it cost $13.87 per lundred for steers in dry lot and fed prairie hay. Those on native pasture 'and fed 2 pounds of protein daily gained 304 pounds at ?10.77. a hundred. Says Science Training Lags public library. there were 41 associations in Kansas with approximately 17,000 cows on test, Bonewitz notes. This year PASADENA, Calif, ffl _ The year I President of California Institute of! On the list are "The Inner Splen-1 there are about 22,000 cows on test dor", by Lewis L. Dunnington;jin 47 associations. Despite this in- Easier Idea Book", by Charlotte!crease, only 3.8 percent of the Adams: "On Education and Freedom", by Harold Taylor; "Television Writing and Selling", by Edward Barry Roberts; "The Art of state's dairy cows are on test. Only one Kansas dairy herd averaged more than 600 pounds of butterfat per cow in 1953, Bonewitz . r .— rr u , r . - I -_.. - t , , -,. « 0 ; u , »• ' UMLVV.I Lav JJC1 UUVV III ±3iiO, JJUiJt:-\V JLZi ivic improvements for their com-.(Advocacy", by Lloyd Paul Stryker.isays.,'That was the Edward Reed mnntties, in making friends withj .."The Book of Kells", by Edward and Son Jierd at Lyons. Twenty- heir neighbors. Miss Kirk's essay . jSullivan: competed ver", by against some 20.000 other entries n the national competition. Ap- iroximately 500 essays competed n the finals of the national judg- rig. "Story of Colt's Revol- William B. Edwards; "Modern Gardens", by Peter Sliepheard; "100 Studies of the Figure", by John Rawlings; "You've Got Me in Stitches," by 'Lawrence Lariar. Technology says the Russians have twice as many young scientists in training as we do. i "If our government spent, one- twentieth as much for science asi for weapon development, we would | be fairly well off," Dr. Lee A.' DuBridge told the National Assn. of Educational Buyers last night. three other herds averaged more than 500 pounds of butterfat .per cow, while 211 herds-averaged 400 pounds or more. .In comparison, production of the average cow in Kansas is 173 pounds of butterfat saying 35,000 napalm bombs to be Napalm Bombs To Indochina? TOKYO (ffi — Japan's leading economic journal Saturday quotec Japanese government officials as Fore* "apparently are for shipment to Indochina." Nihon Keizai said Fuji Sharyo, arge Japanese munitions corn- annually. produced here for the U. S. Air Visit BEFORE YOU BUY! 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