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Sky Fighter Given" “Go” Sign for Takeoff at Sea —Official U. S. Navy Photograph Resembling, somewhat, a football cheer leader, a signal officer aboard a U. S. navy aircraft carrier gives the “go” sign to a fighter plane about to take off from the flight deck during maneuvers in the Pacific ocean. •> PLANS MADE FOR COUNTY FARMERS FOR PRODUCTION All farmers in Worcester are urged to cooperate with representatives of their County Defense Board, who are charged with making an every-farm er canvass in connection with the pro gram for increased production of cer tain badly needed food commodities. When such a representative comes to your farm, he will explain the na tional production goals that have been established for 1942, and the goals that have been set up for the State of Maryland and for your county, as their share in the national program. The program is entirely voluntary, according to Dr. T. B. Symons, direc tor of the University of Maryland ex tension service, but he points out that it is important for every farmer to have a part in meeting the needed goals. The program, he states, is de signed to achieve production of need ed farm products, increased income, and at the same time maintain the best possible balance of good farm management. You will be asked various questions Dr. Symons states, about your cur rent production of certain crops and foods which are so vitally needed now in national defense and for feeding than ever-and still Wftj priced next to the fan*/ (far an INSPECTION will tell you that the \ 's' 1942 Pontiacs are better than ever. ■ Fifteen major improvements added to the long list of things you’ve always liked assure mm, that. A comparison of delivered prices will prove that Pontiac still is priced right next to the lowest. The difference, fact, is slight you’ll hardly it. Check these two facts—and you’ll buy a Pontiac! THE FINE CAR WITH THE LOW PRICE ■ PONTIAC’S JOB—producing anti-aircraft cannon for the United States Navy and building the line car with the low price for the American people. Gladding Bros. Motor Company 116 Willow Street Phone 260 Pocomoke City, Md. the people fighting aggression. You will be asked also, he says, how much of these products you expect to produce during the coming year. Maryland farmers are asked to in crease production of milk, eggs, meats and certain canned vegetables. More gardens and vegetables for use in the fresh form and for preserving and storing are important items in the program. Dr. Symons points out that the problem for each individual farmer to consider most carefully is the par ticular product or products which he can best increase and at the same time maintain a sound system of farming and the fertility of his soil. REV. MR. STEWART IS SPEAKER FOR RURITANS The Ruritan Clubs of the Eastern Shore of Virginia and Maryland held their Seventh Annual Farm Products Show Banquet November 14,. The event this year was one of the most interesting held in recent years. Arnold “Shorty” Guy’s eight-piece orchestra was secured to furnish the music before and during the meal. This orchestra is newly formed but is composed of some of the Eastern Shore’s outstanding musicians and vocalists. The evening’s program featured the following specialists: Mrs. W. L. Cosby accompanied by Miss Dorothy Wise, violin solo; Mrs. Raliegh Hobbs accompanied by Mrs. Fulton Ayres, vocal solo, Mrs. W. L. Cosby and Mrs. WORCESTER DEMOCRAT. POCOMOKE CITY. MARYLAND Polk Kellam accompanied by Miss Dorothy Wise, violin duet; Mrs. John Vankesteren, accompanied by Mrs. W. L. Cosby, vocal solo. The principal speaker of the evening was Rev. Rob ert Stewart, from Pocomoke, Mary land. Ruritan District Governor Francis Rogers, of Stockton, Mary land served as toastmaster. Farm products were on exhibition at the Central High School yesterday. Those wishing to see the exhibits can do so today and tonight. The whole exhibit was extraordinary considering the dry year. More canned products and sweet potatoes were exhibited than in previous years. Soybeans, small grains and cereals are showing a steady improvement in quality on the Eastern Shore. Be Quick To Treat Bronchitis Chronic bronchitis may develop If your cough, chest cold, or acute bron chitis Is not treated and you cannot af ford to take a chance with any medicine less potent than Creomulsion which goes right to the seat of the trouble to elp loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Creomulsion blends beechwood creo sote by special process with other time tested medicines for coughs. It contains no narcotics. No matter how many medicines you have tried, tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the under standing you must like the way it quick ly allays the cough, permitting rest and sleep, or you are to have your money back. (Adv.) Kjov* I nPHIS winter, more than ever before, it is good ■ JL judgment to prepare your car for Fall and Winter I. *mt!^ ■ driving the Firestone way. Bring it to us for a complete WyfT I I check-up of the cooling system, ignition, battery, brakes. And most important, the tires that protect you, your ■feßßttttmmmMmMM SB family and the investment in your car. This service costs but little and pays big dividends in longer car life. 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MERRILL E M; WARD BRANTLEY’S SERVICE STATION FAIRMOUNT, MD. PRINCESS ANNE, MD. E. E. CROSWELL TESTERMAN’S SERVICE STATION Friday, November 21,194!