Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 20, 1941 · Page 29
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 29

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, February 20, 1941
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II 3.1111 Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Thursday Morning, February 20, 1941 Page Seven er of _ CUTS TO EFFICIENCY ARE TAUGHT AT BETTER-HOMES HOW Expert To Return Here- job. - routine may and simple irksome, who comes by all 'right now to at- ' Mrs. Dorothy home eco- event will "'refresher" course science. jauRht , uJs. Loudon's pre' , «1de is her field j"of all phases of mod- .~ . w to preside at. ses- TflJTBetter Homes Show stoning Monday, will con- Sthe ensuing Friday, mgon, when not actively in conducting homemak- •'•indties over the coun- nuch time to study into innovations in *<;„<* and that is why ias something new and Planned week's appearance a dozen at- daily from her S iftchen on the stage of the oe Auditorium, scene of the er Homes event. s presentations, however, are edited to the culinary art Lengthy-Haired Man Volunteers DENVER, Feb. 19—(AP)—A mountain guide wearing his blond hair 14 inches long volunteered today for military service and to.have his hair cut for the first time in four vears. Tommy Roberts, 24 years old, who operates a hunting lodge on the Williams .Fork river in Central Colorado, said he knew he would have to sacrifice his long locks, but decided he would not have his hair cut until everything is set for him to enter a year's selective service. training. "I've worn my hair lone," Roberts explained, "because it keeps my ears warm on hunting trips. And it gets plenty cold at an altitude of 9,000 to 10,000 feet. ~ "Long hair is better than ear flaps on a cap. Ear flaps are a hindrance to hearing. Long hair is Animal Kingdom Tipples ********* Anti-Saloon League Supervision Is Needed By Some Specimens pression that it was a nut . . .A jack of foxhounds in Adelphia, *. J., chased all over the countryside and ended up treeing a Pomeranian dog ... And in a snowstorm in Buffalo, two St. Bernard dogs got NEW YORK, Feb. 19—(AP)— If the Anti-Saloon League keeps an eye on the animal kingdom, it must be alarmed at the tendency to tipple that our furred and feathered friends have been manifesting recently. A Duck in Reno the other day drank himself to death on antifreeze solution ... A police dog in Brockton, Mass., imbibed so freely on window-cleaning fluid that he had to he locked up in a cell... And officials at Gaffney, S. C., found a cow swollen to twice her sixe from drinking out of a bootleg still. A cow in Parsons, Kan., went overboard on oil drained out of a tractor crankcase . .. And a farmer in Winthrop. Wash., reported that a First successful power flight of wild deer ate some cider mash he the Wright brothers in 1903 lasted] left outdoors and got so tipsy he The animals haven't been dis- slaying much more discretion in their eating than in their drinking, either. A cat in Lincoln, Neb., ate half the tinsel off a Christmas trect . . .A cow in Barhour- ville, Ky., ate her boss* wallet, with $50 in it ... A goat in Wichita, Kan., was caught imbibing the insulation off the ignition wiring of a car . . . And a cat in St. Paul swallowed a needle and thread—which presently emerged from the top of her head. All in all, it looks like the guy who called them "dumb" animals had something. For instance, the other day in Red Bank, N. J., a fugitive fox took refuge in the door- almost a full minute. 1 shook both his antlers off. Tsk-tsk. way of a fur store A squirrel in Cornland, 111., buried a man's lost, -o- Program Slated By Spanish Club Spanish music, dancing and dialogue were featured at a rehearsal of the Los Ositos assembly last evening in the Phoenix Junior College 'bear den." The Spanish club will present its annual show before the student body February 28. The entertainment will be a parody on "South of the Border," a popular song. Colorful costumes, lively music, and native dances will add to the program, which was written by students in advanced conversation Spanish classes. The program will be directed by Dr. Frances Pleak, sponsor, and Marthagrace Powell. o Costa Rica has abolished its gov- Wind Destroys Sheer Hosiery WASHINGTON, Feb. 19—(AP) The government tackled a delicate problem in research today: What nade some women's sheer hose suddenly go to pieces in the high wind yesterday in the capital's downtown section? Howard E. Shearer, research associate for the National Associa- tfonof Hosiery Manufacturers stationed at the bureau of standards, said the bureau examined one pair of stockings and enmeshed pipe in the ground under the im- ernment gasoline monopoly. iar- uA'thTfabric were tiny black par tides that might be cinders. Th< bureau plans further research and has asked several complamers to bring in their stockings. Transparent Dental Plates 17 I SO Ea. DR. HAWKINS U E. Wublnihm Credit Dentist Sears Closed Saturday, Feb. 22 (Washington's IS HEADQUARTERS FOR QUALITY GARDEN NEEDS at SAVINGS! e bflt embrace all other IK of successful homemaking jiome management 1 a part of her appearance she Hisses such topics as home bud- buying, meal planning, home rating, dietetics, new food ablutions, how to stretch your ar totter, how to make homes e attractive, how to save time s ana labor in the home and ien and a host of other sub- its. Starts At -2 P. M. Briloudon will begin her dis- Bions and demonstrations at 2 m. each day during the fives-day nemaldng course. here will be half-hour enter- iment periods preceding her ap- race, each day between 1:30 2 p. m. rtisis appearing on these proms will be selected from the io staff of the Arizona Repub- flectrical Equipment Company oo Station KTAR. FOB THE THIRD SUCCESStVE YEAR: Mrs. Dorothy Ayers Loudon (above), noted Chicago authority on foods and home .management, will conduct the Arizona Republic's 20th annual Better Homes-Better Foods Show which will open Monday In the Shrine Auditorium. equipment, latest labor-saving devices for the home and other articles. For the special convenience of mothers who might otherwise be unable to attend because they have no place to leave their children, special nursery facilities will be College Offers Scholarships Rockford College for women at Rockford, 111., will offer scholar- BJ «™= .-, ——- -~ ships at Phoenix Junior College provided in the Shrine Auditorium. |this year, Arthur Lee Phelps, chair- There, vounesters will be taken-iman of the junior college schoar- ilitric, * uuufcautia *>*** *jc toiv^**^——-- -- - — , care of by capable attendants while [ship committee announced yester- their mothers enjoy the Better Homes show program. »» f-f 0nr' neU.1 rwi If f\ 1 • •• I CLIO. Un AViatl •* **»•» ^^ • » • ^ ^f • Lee Moore, Phoenix aviation enthusiast, will address the Phoenix Junior College Wings and Goggles Club at 11:30 o'clock this morning at the college. Mr. Moore will talk on his experiences as a flier. This will be one of many talks on the subject day. The awards will be open to ju-. niors for excellence in a particular j field. The student is expected to; continue work in that department j for at least one year but need not major in the subject. Scholarship examinations will be given in art, biology, chemistry, French, German, Latin, history, mathematics, music, physics. Spanish, speech and writing, Mrs. Robert S. DeGolyer, director of administration, announced. Applications must be made to Mr. Phelps. PAY LESS AT SEARS FOR TOP QUALITY PAINTS! ____________ . . . in additional feature of Uie: o f aviation to be presented i at will be the demonstration ithroughout the semester. The|tion civilian pilot training program, «hs and displays that are being i club aims to promote the science - ------ " ; ---- J ------- <-.™ r * mged by- local and national rchandise linns and manufac- x Many Display* Planned "hese exhibits will line both OB of the big auditorium. They 3 include displays of nationally mm food products, home and Aen fixtures, furnishings and of aeronautics and arouse interest of junior college students in flying by having well-known persons interested in the sport for guest speakers. Membership is open to students who have soloed. D. F. Stone, co-ordinatpr for the Civil Aeronautics Adminlstra- extant is sponsor of the group which was organized last year. In normal years, tourists visiting England expend more than $130,000,000. The Romans developed stone arch bridges, some of which still are When busy hands get tired...pause and Save at Sears on Most Needed Fulton Quality GARDEN TOOLS 7-lnch Hoe 4-Foot Handle Fork With 11-ln. Tines Fulton Rake — 5-Ft. Handle The most useful tools for garden work ... low priced. Each extremely fine quality! Strong, durable forged heads securely fastened to sturdy ash handles. All-Steel Rubber Tired Wheelbarrow 7.49 Has 10x2.75 semi-pneumatic tire mounted on pressed steel wheel. Equipped with ball bearings. Ideal for home owners. 79* Master Mixed Color Varnish Sets dust free in.l hour . . . dries in 4 to 6 hours. Stains, varnishes, protects, all in one stroke. Transparent GaL Quality Mixed Semi-Gloss Long Handle Fulton Shovel Socket and blade are one piece. Turned -— over top edge and ridge in center of each • blade. High carbon steel blades — B hollow back. B A S E M E • a minute to relax, and things go smooth- er. Ice-cold Coca-Cola adds refreshment to Mlaxation. Its clean, wholesome taste has ** charm of purity. So when you pause throughout the day, make it ffce pause that "fa&is with ice-cold Coca-Cola. BOTTLED UNDER AlTTHOKITir OB WE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY SOUTHWESTERN COCA-COLA BOTTIJNG CO 1801 South Central Avenue Phoenix, Arizona Phone 8-1502 Craftsman Power Mower $9 DOWN Balance Monthly Usual Carrying CharKO Mows 3 acres In a day! No clutches, chains or sprockets. Free-reeling, "V" belt drlv«. Five hard crucibl* steel blades. 14-lhch wheels. 21- inch cut tt H. P. Briggs and Stratton gasoline motor. ' BASEHKXT 'Wood-End Handle Garden Tools Choice of large trowel, t r ansplanting trowel, cultivator, digging fork. Heavy rust- resisting iteel, green enameled. GaL Has balanced sheen. Surface is non-porous and impervious to water or moisture. Will not peel, chip, or blister. One gallon covers up to 400 sq. ft. Big Value, Low Pr ice! Easy Running i Kwik-Kut Lawn M J2-/nc/i/i .49 Cut Jt Bargain! You'd have to pay $5.95 to get its equal elsewhere! Despite the low price, it's an easy-running machine and does a good, clean job. Four crucible steel blades, saw steel bed knife, chrome steel ball bearings. Just sails along! BASEMENT Master-Mixed . House Paint In 5-Gal. Lot$ Especially suited to Arizona climate. Provides tough, longwearing, elastic, protective paint film that defies rain, ice, soot and the blistering heat of the sun. Covers and protects up to 450 sq. ft. per gallon— 2 coats. H . P. "Klem-Ah" Sprayer Ciuat Carrj- Ing Charge Develops 214 cu. ft. of free air per minute — working pressure of 30 to 35. Ibs. Sprays up to 1,200 sq. ft. per hour. Complete with 15 feet of hose and "Kleen- Air" Spray gun. Inflator <:on- nection. Craftsman Silent, Free-Reeling Lawn Mower Extra wide semi-pneumatic tires. Big 11-inch wheels. 5 keen, edge-holding blades. Extra heavy bed knife, precision ball bearings. 4-Star Dunlap Garden Hose 25 Ft. Dunlap Hose Nozzle 23c Craftsman Sprinkler 98c Dunlap Hose Reel 1.79 Nozzle is solid cast brass—adjustable. Reel holds 100 feet % In. hose. Sprinkler has 12-in. spread. • BAgEMENT 5 .29 URPENTINEgf IN TOU« OWN CONIA'I Nt g Sold In bulk—made of purest possible ingredients. Fine for cleaning spray equipment, brushes. For thinning all type* of paint. LINSEED OlLfcJ IN TOUR OWN CONTAINER Sold in bulk. Absolutely pure. Acts as sealer In paint. Bargain! Stock up at Sears low price! Master-Mixed Self-Polishing Wax No rubbing. Dries in 20 minutes to a hard lustrous finish for all floors. Pour from can and spread with cloth. Casein Paint Quality-Mixed Powder form. For walls and ceilings. One coat completely covers .... I Master-Mixed 4-Hr. Enamel Use on any paintable surface. Will cover solid in one coat. Has strong covering pigments for performance and beauty. BASIMENT SEARS, ROEBUCK AN D<0 Adams at Second St. PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE Phone M791 Phoenix. Arii.

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