Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas on December 23, 1938 · Page 5
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, 'GUARD AGAINST SYPHILIS'SLOGAN SOCIAL HYGIENE DAY AUSTIN, Deo. 22.—(SplO—. "Guard Against Syphilis" la the slogan of National Social Hygiene Day to be observed throughout '-Texas on February 1. The day <wlll be marked by meetings to highlight community • campaigns apnlnst syphilis and will focus |ibllc atotntlon on vital steps \n Tic conquest of syphilis, according • Dr. Geo. W. Cox. State Health .Officer. Evidence of Interest In the (forthcoming event, the third annual observance In the current at- ck on syphilis, point to a larger 'nonstration than those of pro- years, Dr. Cox said, hcreased activity and Interest _ the part of official and volun- '(tary health and welfare agencies, pelvic group", service clubs, wo- ftjtnen's organizations, churches and I'schools is expected. Defining the objectives of the f 1939 attack In terms of the slo- • gan, these points were said to underly present national, state- i,wido and .community :' inning In 'social hygiene. Guard aganlst syphilis by telling the American people about 'this dangerous disease—how it can be prevented and cure?. 4 Guard against syphilis In youth, •. the ago ot greatest Incidence, by •trengthenlng the efforts of church home, ancv school to provide bet- .ter facilities for sex education, character development, and preparation for marriage; and by correcting community conditions •which threaten the health and •welfare of young people Guard against syphilis In marriage and childhood by encouraging good laws—and their observance—requiring examinations for all those about to marry and for all expectant mothers Guard against syphilis by at•tacking quackery, an arch-accomplice of disease. Guard against syphilis by sup- MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME THE COBSICANA DA1T.V 8CN DAILY PATTERN New Style Ready For Applause • • • PATTERN 4002 Consider the assets of the most popular women you know — and you'll find yourself putting "smart clothes" near the top of the lint! Chic "hour-glass" waist frocks like Pattern 4002, for example. You can stitch It up thriftily In silk, wool, or synthetic In a short time, and wear It for everyday and gadding too. It's a two-way style! See— you may have the neckline fashionably high, and open at center front —or you may have a square neck that's just as stylish. The gathers above the waist-band arc spaced, giving a neat, flat effect over the diaphragm and at the back too. And there's such becoming softness throughout bodice and skirt! Consider long or short sleeves. Pattern 4002 Is available In misses and women's sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38 and 40. Size 16 takes 31-2 yards 39 Inch fabric. Send fifteen cents (15c) In coins for this Anne Adams pattern. Write plainly size, name, style number. address and »IERTDN STEEL CO. iSTATE WORKERS COMPENSATION LABOR BOARD CASE | STATUTE SHOULD BE SIMPLIFIED IS NEAR1NO END LUBBOCK SENATOR DECLARES PITTSBURGH, Dec. 22.—(flV- ! The Wlcrton Steel company case, i ' costliest lory of the National Labor Relations Board, ncarcd at long last today the end of Us travels and travail. Through 18 months of testimony in three states marked by numerous recesses, the stormy hearings i By HOWARD C. MARSHAL!, AUSTIN, Dec. 22.-</T>—TexH s' workmen's compensation Insurance law should be simplified, says Senator G. H. Nelson of Lubbock. He Is considering ways to do this at the general session of the legislature beginning In January. In Austin recently, he said: bal . Write today for Anne Adams Spring Pattern Book— just off the press! It's the best of news for everyone planning a made-at-home •wardrobe! You'll find pages of fresh new styles. Bolero frocks for all ages! Suits and their accessories! .Cruise wear, about-town clothes, wedding creations! Budget tips and suggestions for "dress- Ing down your weight!" Youngster styles from kiddles to the "swing" age! Also lingerie, around-the- house dresses, and things to maku for men! Order now! Price of Book, fifteen cents. Price of Pattern, fifteen cents. Book and Pattern together Twenty-five cents. Send your order to the Dally Sun Pattern Department, 243 W. 17th St., New York, N. Y. porting adequate voluntary and official health programs, both state and local. Sell It Quick Through Want Ad* IANOS-PIANOS NEW AND SLIGHTLY USED PIANOS The Ideal Gift for the Entire Family. Sold On Easy Terms G. D. RHOADS JEWELRY AND MUSIC News of County Home Demonstration Clubs Barry Club The annual Christmas party •was held at the home of Mrs. Herbert Bush, Dec. 15. There were twenty present. As each guest arrived with her package, they were numbered. Corresponding numbers were drawn and thus each one 'received a gift. The game "Pre-Chrlstmas Treasure Hunt" was played, after which prizes were given. Mrs. Luther Boswell and Lillian McGraw were winners. Then each made a Christmas card. Mrs. Bruce Watson and Mrs. Albert Wason made the most attractive ones. After having the Scripture read of the birth of Jesus, carols were sung. Refreshments, consisting of cookies, hot chocolate, divinity and date loaf candy were served. —Reporter. torncys and occasional threatj of physical combat. Estimates on the coat of the. case range Into the millions. A spokesman for the company weeks ago said Welrton expenses were "far above" $1,000,000. In the current case the labor board charges the company violated the Wagner act by co-crclng its employes, fostering a "company union," and discharged workers for activities in behalf of an "outside union." The hearings have been held In the District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. John E. Laughlln, Sr., present chief company counsel announced that after today the company would call only a few more witnesses before resting its case. After recess for the holidays, the hearing will resume on January , 5 for approximately a month, EX-I.,M aminer J. C. Batten said. CRAWFORD URGES DEMOCRATS ATTEND JACKSON DINNER N. S. Crawford of Kerens. Navarro county democratic executive committee chairman, v-i In Corsicana Thursday and urged that all Navarro county democrats attend the annual Jackson Day dinner at the Adolphus Hotel make their reservations with Marion S. Church, state chairman, Dallas. The Jackson Day dinner will be he!,' Jan. 7. Tnis banquet Is for the purpose of raising runds for the National Democratic committee In Washington for the year of 1929. Subscriptions are being asked of J25 each by the National Party from Texas' democrats and that entitles them to an Invitation to the "innr.uet Jan. 7. frequent. v 0 r- L^,^" ^ '^ % cc ? n «*£ . I tics often mans claim. It seems that the claimant has to do nil the; riplit- inp and everything Is against him. The law seems to have been written with the Idea of getting out with na small pay- I mcnts as possible, The whole 'system should he simplified." New Mexico, he added, had a much simpler plan. In Unit state, for example, a claim Is filed with a county clerk nnd heard in a district court. There Is no expensive litigation nt the capital, as there often is in Texas. At the recent statewide oil pro- hearing In Austin, Mrs. tile former seated on a session was aboul The attorney general's department has been deluged with requests for assistance In writing bills and some protests have been received from legislators who thought bills were not forthcoming ns promptly as they should hnve been. Job-hunters nrn all over the plncc. G. A. Jerry Sadler, railroad commtRslonor-clr.ct, snUl ho hncl received more than 12,000 written applications for John. At the. tlmo he said he had only 14 more recommendations for positions to make to the commission mul he knew whom lie. would recommend,. The hip rush to Austin, by, _. members of the legislature, seek- | Jj era of jobs, lobbyists and all ( fj who have an Interest In an important session and In the in- atiKuratlor. of a new povcrnor, will start soon after Christinas. Austin a visit j*cently and) had this comment on the political philosophy of W. Leo O'DunlcI: "It's the prevailing one nationally. It can't miss. It's promising n lot of money yon hnvcn't pot to a Tot of people who don't corn it." Cobb, who has been htmtlnp and flshlnfr In Texas, Inquired of an Interviewer whether O'Dnn- lel would sell his flour lit the Inauguration. "You know. I saw In the paper the other day," he said, "that someone asked O'Onnlel how he was soinp tn pay those pensions and O'Dnnlnl replied, the Lord will take cnre of that. "That's the safest thing down bore. Lny It. on the church step." Possible reasons for the latest type of proration bearing put on by the railroad commission aroused discussion In the capltol. In response to Inivtatlons, some of the "hip shot" leaders of the V V singer, was oil Industry were present ^ind 5 front row. A night expressed opinions the Saturday ibout to begin. ! and Sunday shutdowns of Texas Thompson banked his gavel, j oil fields should be continued. I y looked nt his wife and smilingly j The concensus among press' *{ | cot-respondents was thnt Ernest | % 'Let's have a little less unise ; O. Thompson, commission chair- over there." j mnn, wanted to build up a for- sa- | inklable array of I Mrs. Thompson arose and luted her husband. Someone remarked that the Colonel had better get such sentiments out of his system while there was a crowd around. Another expressed came In. served a wag led by Mrs. Leslie Parker, The latter part of the program was made up so games and contests In which every one took part and enjoyed. Then each one enjoyed the gifts as they were passed out by Santa. Tho next meet will be at Mrs. Conner's on Jan. 6. REPORTER. Ixmg Prairie Club The Long Prairie Demonstration club met Thursday, Dec. 15 at the home of Mrs. Zadle Kerley. A delicious refreshment plate was for Men And Boys House Shoes i Make a Most Appropriate Gift • EVAN'S RADIO TYME HOUSE SHOES $2.50 to $5.00 Colors: Red, Wine, Black, Brown, Tan BLUM HOUSE SHOES $2.00 Colors: Black, Brown, Wine FOR BOYS $2.00 ' In Black, Brown Kid Big 4 Shoe Store Co. served to each member as they After every one was short sacred program The Corbet Club. Corbet Home Demonstra^ wonder whether he would have asked Mrs. Thompson to keep quiet if they bad been at hnme. It all helped to start the oil i " ftpr „ tllc en off in a happy frame of Terrell fr evidence concerning the closings: First, to bring about better cooperation from other states in curbing production to fit demand, and, men mind. Signs of the coming legislative session are increasing. The balustrades about the capital rotunda have been repainted and painters also have been touching up spots in the corridors at the rear of the> senate and house chambers. More and more members of the legislature are dropping Into the capital, most to remain a day or so while they arrange for lodging. A few have "moved In." Second, to Insure the curb would continue if necessary retirement of C. V. •om the commission in January and Sadler becomes a member. There has been much speculation as to Sadler's attitude toward the, shutdowns. Witnesses included W. S. S. Rodgers of New York, president j Y, of the Texas Company; J. K(l- gar Pew of Philadelphia, representing the Sun Company; Harry C. Weiss of Houston, president of the Humble Company, and Dr. Joseph Pogue of New York, nationally known economist. Brighten the Season With FLOWERS FOR CHRISTMAS Clowe's have In their Greenhouses a bower of beauty for Christmas. Hundreds of Polnsettlas, C'lirhtmas plants and Cut Flowers. If you have been pondering for weeks over ynur gift list, rail nt Clowe's or phone UK, and have It nolved. Kemembcr, flon-era convey Christmas spirit and Good Wishes that no other gift possibly can. Irvin S. Cobb, the writer, paid Telephone 443 620 North 15th Street Corslcann, Texas tlon club had Its meeting In the form of a Christmas aprty Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Dec. 20, at the church. After a short business meeting, at which time Mrs. O. K. Vinson resigned as president and Mrs. W. N. Slone was elected. The meet- Ing was turned over to the program committee. Each member of the club taking some part lit the program. Some giving readings, playing games and singing songs. The most Interesting feature of the program was the distribution of the gifts. The tree was well loaded and each of the 20 members present, one nw membr Mrs. Dick Nokes and three visitors, Mrs. Melgh Owen, Miss Hortense and Mrs. Jim Taylor received a number of gifts. After the meeting adjourned the members were given a plate and told to help herself to candy, fruit, parched peanuts, popcorn and a bottle drink. The next meeting will be in th.e home of Mrs. M. E. Roman Jan. 10. All members are requested to be present. REPORTER. It Is True I'ou will appreciate the difference. Ask your grocer for Gold Chain Flour. Distributed by McCOLPFN GRADJ CO. Phone 470 *i Speedometer Service If yoar ipeedometer it nouj or falls to give the proper tervlc* It Is supposed to, we Invite yon to drive In and 'et na repair It We guarantee our work and our price* are reasonable. TAYLOR'S MA(JV"TO HOUSE Sun Want Ads Bring Results. THIS CHRISTMAS Of There is a new idea in Christmas giving this year... gifts Electrical Things... gifts that live and give year after year . gifts that are most welcomed by modern mothers ... gifts that are most warmly cherished and appreciated by the entire family. MILK GOATS Fine, young milk does. B« freih soon. Sell at a price you can afford to pay. Will trade for milk cow. DR. C. F. BRYAN Exall Heights—Corslcana Telephone 1806 THE HOLIDAY SEASON- Enjoy this lovely season to the utmost, with your hair styled smartly, distinctively and economically by NOBRIS BEAUTY SHOP 108 West Sixth Ave. — Phone 247. HOLIDAY SPECIAL $2.50 Oil Wave... .$1.00 S4.00 Machlnelesi Wave $3.00 • Or twt» for K5.00 Avoid the holiday rush. Phono 1773—Make your appointments early. D'ORSAY dEAUTY SHOP 787 West Drst Ave. Byes examined and GLASSES FITTED AT SPEOIAI PRICES Dr. Joe B.Williams llfi!i W. 6th Avenue unusual Gifts for Christmas. Aik for il at Stores Where Electrical Things are Sold. Witt AfaJte MotUeM Be PENNYwije In selecting gifts for > DOLLARwiie future. Give giftj that will bring countless hours of happiness, convenience, good health, good cheer and real economy... electrical gifts which will operate and serve on low-cost TP&L service. Begin your Christmas shopping early...shop whete Electrical Things are Sold... multiply your joy of giving by years of future service. Ctgit Ai«ir~ coffee maker it iht aictl thing lot making good coffee. Priced from $3.90. /rax—Dell, cious waffle* make breakfast! more appetizing. Priced fro Tatilir Sit— The leaner and iray let il an ideal gift for Chriitmai. Toaiten priced from $1.50. Toaster and my KU from $W». Porlaoli Elttlrte Ottni— Ideal for all-round oven cooking. Available in round, oval or square t)'pei. Prices from $14.95. Elitlrlc Feti Mlxtr —The food mixer Is one of the most use* ful and desirable of kitchen appliances. Mixers are priced from'J12.50. gift of comfort and warmth. Heating J dt are priced •om J2.95. Floor Lamp —Floor lamps are ideal gifts for the home. Belter Sight models piked from $6.00. Cf«t—Tht electtic clock is a gift anyone will appreciate. . .. Keeps accurate time, without watching or winding. Priced from |I.M. Slutttnl Ljmp—A gilt of Belter Ughl for studying and reading, Belter Sight student lamps priced from J3.00.

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