Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas on February 28, 1939 · Page 6
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Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas · Page 6

Corsicana, Texas
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Tuesday, February 28, 1939
Page 6
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.' 'V THE CORSIOANA SEMI-WBfeKLY LIGHT, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1989. HEALTH, BEAUTY AND POISE BOW TO IMPBOVE TOCB PERSONALITY By. VERONICA DENOEIj CHILDHOOD SHOULD BE HEALTH hustles them off to bed so that aha may have a brief respite before her long day la over. Too often an only child Is permitted to stay up In the evening and . Is when strong can be an easy problem — or it can be made a difficult one. It all revolves around the diet, sunshine, rest, and good elimina- It ' Is pathetic to sea so many accompanied by a nurse, and this BRINGING DP FATHER. "A child with a Children, In this enlightened age, who are pale, puny, thin little things, with circles already show- Ing around the «ye» from low vitality. How unnecessary all this Is—and don't think for a moment , that such conditions exist only In 'the poorer, uneducated families. No indeed; often the best , little specimens come from this . group, whereas the children of , rich parents are frequently found • to be suffering from malnutrl- . tion. This is sometimes due to pampering, and then sometimes ;„ to an over-anxiety to feed them •\ too-rich (but devitalized) foods. Then comes the problem of rest and sunshine. In the poorer -; family, the child is forced out- of-doors for more space; and the Mother of the always-large brood laughing look" Is always for much too brief time. Children from two to six year of age should have a mornln outing, a nap after lunch, th afternoon again in the open, an off to bed shortly attar dinne Seven o'clock is not too early fo them to be asleep. It also make It possible for them to get th required 14 hours' sleep that the should have in each 24. Twelv hoUrs at night, and a two hou nap should be the rule. And the child doesn't sleep at mid day have him stay in his be anyway; the rest and relaxatlo are most valuable. AD reqnMtt (or penoDN "Health. Beaut* and PolM" Information desired hr Veronica Denrel'e column follower! mart be accompanied tar a (olli ael<-addtnie< •tamped envelope (i.n.i.e.l. Addme Veronica Dental, to ear* ot thJi na paoer. SUNFLOWER STREET By TOM LITTLE and TOM SIMS SYLVESTER PRIM OWNS A POCKET KNIF& YOU A\r**\ BEEN HAD IT LftST} WEEK, t KNOWS / YOU HASNT\/ WHEN IS C7ET JOE 1 KNIFE, SYLVESTER PRIM? •T YfeSTIDPY/ CAUSE I SEE" HIM TODAY'S CROSS-WORD PUZZLE ACROSS) 1, Markedly conspicuous t. Flow back • (..Fresh-water , Hsh 3U. Arabian chieftain ' U. Be sorry tor 14j Sufficient: poetlo 15. Lessen ''17. Dig from the earth 18. Bide pieces ot .'_ a barrel 19. Sulphate ot potassium and alu- mlnum II. Among 32. Too old 25. Gleam 28. Marry 29., Bushy dump 30. Suupena 3L .Performed 82. Peruse 88. Knack 84. Dpmestlo fowl 85. Nickname ot r <• a former President . Gathering , --..Bone ,89. Bird's home ; 40,'At leisure Solution of Friday** Puzzle. 8. Kind of bean 4. Having great force ot Impulse 5. Goddess of discord 8. Public con* veyance T. Acted 8. Scruple or object 9. Lively 10. Study 11. Sheep IS. Hawaiian goose to. Directed 22. Due 83. Prod 14. Whirlpool 25. Pretense 20. Rabbit 97. Meant 81. U. Boft drink: coUoq. 41. Laid out with hope ot return 41, Oenui of the maple tree 49. New Testament gpelU Ing ot Noah CO. Tallleu leaping .. -amphibian K, Cultured woman 61. Bird ot prex 68, BrUtle DOWN 1. Oarden ploti 1. Skip Ivory 82. Oppose* 84. Pronoun 85. Carry: collocu 37. Pathetic 40. Baking compartment 41. American Indian 41. Place to ill 48. IceUndlc tale 44. Salt 45. Edible tuber 47. And not George MoManui PRIED ABOUT OF BED AT kiWE O'CLOCK THIS MORNIMG-I MADE HIM GO OVEP AND CALL OW DC.- OOE OINTS— HE MUST HAVE FALL.EKJ OUT OF THAT GUY DOE OH-HELLO-DOCTOR. YE5-THIS IS - HOW Dl VOU FIND MAGGIE BROTHER? IFOUJDHIM WHEW I. CAME STAY AWAKE LONG EWOUQH TO KNOW !F JTL VVASWT FOR HIS WHETHER HE IS SICK OR NOT- SWORIWG- I'D THIM HE WAS DEAD-PLEASE COME AND GET HIM OUT OF MY OFRCE- Illlllllllllllllllll Coot I0|». Kin! Punim 8>-n<loi., Int. WoiM nrkn racmd "CAP" 8TUBB8 AND TtPPIE— TH' TDEAt GET CXJT OF HEWE., CAP STUG.BSI GEt! YOU LOOKED FUNNY, GRAN'MA! THJ4JS THE TOILEI1— EXCHANGING ONE WORD FOB ANOTHER NOW DON'T LOSE ANY SLEEP OVER THAT OLD MORTGAGE-.I'LL SEE THAT IT'S TAKEN CARE OF~I WON'T LET ANYTHING STOP WHY, IF WORST COMES TO WORST, I'LL 1 MARRY SOME800Y.WHY THERE NOW/ MAYBE THE POOR DEAR WILL SET SOME SLEEP .1 THERE ARE PLENTY OF t ] RICH BOYS I CAN GET IF X TRY~SO GO TO SLEEP AND DON'T WORRY ._._ Cppr. jig. Kin; Ptirurti Synitolt, Int.. Wotlj riijhu rei By BOM WeitoTM t-Xf HEAVENS! NOW X CAN'TT SLEEP FOR WORRYING j ABOUT POOR MAC f HOW'D HE EVER STAND L IT IF SHE'D MARRY r-''" .SOMEBODY ELSE/^ OTOST KIDS— RESPECT FOR THE AGED By Ad Cartel MICKEY MOUSE— THERE ARE IIORS-D 'OEUVRES ON THE MENU! MOM THINK IS By Walt DUnti -'—DAT YO' AIN'T NO GOOD • — NUPFIN^ELSE BUT/ \J IN PACK AH KIN SEE " DAT YO' WON'T DO! TOO MEAN r-<^ " .1 WHAT AH MEAN APTUREP BV CANNIBALS, MICKEY IS TAKEN BEFORE THE KING, WHOSE MILD MANNER AND SEEMING FRIENDLINESS KEEPS MICKEY GUESSING. YOWSAH MAJESTY/ THIMBLE THEATRE Starring POPBTE—NOW SHOWING— "^VAT DOWN YONDER IN THE CORN FIELDS" TOMORROW- 'TILLING A GAT" POPEVE.MV FRIEND, [ GOODY » HOPE VOU MOST MOT r>IHEDRIWKSjTHEW DRINK FROM THE) f HE WILL BE A FOOMTAI Kl OF J ( CH\Lt> OMCE MORE VOUTH ^ W.iM niku nnr><< ^iv — . '.-. Q»t l»l». riuum lyntiun.!«., MORTIMER MUM DOUBLE UP

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