|Bear River Valley Leader
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|Bear River Valley Leader
BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY. MARCH 4, 193T FACE TWO BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER AMERICAN FEET BEST GROOMED Catered at the Fostofflce at Utah as Second Clasg Matter. Tre-Mato- o, Published at Tremonton, Utah, on Jaarsday of each week. Subscription Rates One Year (in advance) Hi Months (in advance) ITnree Months (in advance) --- --- i '4 I only place in the U. S.- where catalog n J Arerti.inirtn.tter. eoverina- any line ot buineu can bT obtained Free tad Without the American Induatrial Library. Obligation Write (or Businea Advettiain Matter you ara iatereated in; earns will be promptly forwarded. er product industrial library CJaloMo. Illiaoi EaAlnMrintBaildiaft. 1 I?-- , 5 triTCPIAl at NATIONAL n f ri-aJ zAlesrJutL4- - Hi ' HI til lit l i hi ? O" 93 5 . X NO FLU IN PARADISE Danger To Health In Flood W cm i :'ft3 remind us of what may bTlt Utah during the next many localities of the Hi 14 NEWS IN BRIEF ' "Flood conditions "The retirement of more than nine million acres of land from crop production indicates that scientific land use has become more than a theory in this country," says an editorial in the DaUas Morning d News (November 17). "While G. TugwelL Resettlement (Since resigned), says the government should buy and retire ten times as much, at least a creditable start has been made. The withdrawal of this unprofitable land from crop production is not necessarily permanent. If population should increase or if other land should wear out, the areas now being retired could quickly be converted into crop land again. Meanwhile, the use of this land for grazing and forest production wiU help to replace the lost topsoil and make the land more valuable for any possible return to crops in future ." years. sub-margin- al Free to Pjiblic He JUSEBICAM M Mi 14 14 14 14 14 !4 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 $2.00 $1.00 50 --- 4 HI -- Wdlj A as well as to your Country PATRONIZE YOUR LOCAL MERCHANTS Health Education Program In Full Swing In State The popularity of Public Health Education in Utah has exceeded the expectation of even the physicians and health authorities familiar with the recent health developments in most other states of the country. The re- Seven number 3's make a round which is the exact age twenty-onof pretty Betty Hubbard who e, boasts the prettiest and the smallest feet of any model in Manhattan. h the best American foot T Groomed foot in the world, accord ing to Ruth Kerr, brilliant youne de signer who is considered New York's foremost authority on foot fashion. "Consequently," she says "American manufacturers have developed the making of shoe cleaners to a fine art and a major industry. Why we are as well equipped to have perfectly groomed shoes cs perfectly groomed finger uails!" far back as we go in history, for shoes have always been a distinguishing mark and a social responsibility. Beau Brum-me- l, the amazing British dandy, was extravagantly solicitous regarding the condition of his boots. Madame Pompadour delegated a to shine special the buckles and keep the silk and leather fit to grace her tiny foot. The Dutch with their wooden sabots, the Japanese with their sandals, the Romans and their thonged leather footwear, all recognized the Importance of a polished appearance. Only thirty years ago, the polishing of shoes was largely a matter of elbow grease! will remember buying a bit of shoe blacking wrapped in paper. Today the making of shoe polish has become a complicated industry. "In the Indianapolis Laboratories of the Shinola Company," says Miss Kerr, "I watched a large staff of chemists at ork developing new methods. We have suede dress- -' ings, liquids. Creams, Dyes, Pastes, wax and oil preparations In liquid forms! A Brazilian wax tree supplies a rare wax! Ingredients come from such far away places as the Bazaars of India and shops in the crooked .streets of Hongkong! Beau Brum-mwould have had real reason to be envious." Leather is a remarkably responsive substance, according to Miss Kerr. The attention you give your shoes not only means that they will last longer and insure you a smart appearance. It means they will even improve in looks with As well-care- d i s.j ... - e". ... v-w- sponse of church groups, civic clubs and women's clubs and associations, school and educational leaders, has been surprising. Dr. J. L. Jones, State Health Commissioner, is authority for the statement that Utah has every reason to be proud of its interest in Public Health Education and the cooperation given the State Board of Health in its speaker's bureau and lecture courses. One of the most gratifying evidences of the interest in health education has been the demand for venereal disease programs. Dr. D. D. Carr, director of this division and of Local Health Administration for the State Board, is booked ahead almost solid for three months, and has been forced to postpone or advance the dates of many organizations whose proposed programs conflicted with schedules already arranged. Parent - Teacher groups, school leaders, clubs and even political groups have called for these Illustrated lectures, having been startled at the results of the survey of syphilis and gonorrhea in the state. While physicians and health authorities have long known that Utah ranked alongside of most other states in the incidence of these diseases, actual proof with authentic figures on the age. prevalence of syphilis and gonorrhea It is Important to know the idiowere lacking until just a few months of various of syncrasies when the survey by the State leather. Suede must be types ago, brushed Board was completed. with a bristle brush, never wire. Calf responds to special creams and The Public Health Educational department, in charge of D. C. Houston oils. Fabric demands certain types as director, was only made possible of liquid. A quick dally sroorning la a matter of oat; tew moments through inauguration of the Social It & hU Is roar closet U stocked Security Program a few months ago. with M aj poliaku u your shoe Until duplicate equipment, such as Tirirobi feeaits leathers. Then moving picture machines, films and fM teed never fear the ancient sound machines are secured to permit Jrorvb which says that "however b garbed, a shoddy shoe several programs to be carried on sim.hail ana of you a beggar!" ultaneously, shifting dates to accomd odate demands will be The State Board of Health, through necessary. The moving picture films now avail- its Health Commissioner, wishes to able are "Man Against Microbe," "Be- assure all applicants for programs hind the Shadows," "Dental Health," that postponements of this feature and "Posture." The 35mm. film strips of their proposed meetings is but temare "Sylvatic Plague in Utah," "Man's porary, and other dates will be arlight Against Diphtheria," "How to ranged to take the place of those postLive Long," "Florence Nightingale," poned. It Is the desire of the State "Robert Kock," "Louis Pasteur," Board of Health to promote and car-"Walter Reed,, and "Some Common ' ry on a general educational program Methods of Stream Polution." The covering every part of the state, that sound picture strip "For All Our all may share alike in this movement. Sakes" is the special venereal disease film so much in demand at this particular time. ... Maid-in-Walti- well-groom- ed Old-time- rs self-shini- el wide-sprea- Leader Ads Get Results r ,s,u5.2so, 0NLy ff! More than a million readers throughout the country read PATHFINDER regularly for a y complete, timely and unvarnished digest of the ' news. Are you overlooking something? Today, economic and political affairs are at their t. Every new turn of events is apt to affect your pocket-booEveryone's asking, ".What's it all about, and how much is it going to cost me?" 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Insure your economic future by assuriua your complete grasp of current affairs. ad ne 1 cup of celery, diced salt and pepper Cut the bacon or pork in small pieces and brown them; saute the vegetables in the fat for five minutes or until they are light brown. Cover them with boiling water, and cook until tender. Add hot milk, the salt, and the pepper. With this chowder, the New York State College of Home Economics sug gests serving hot biscuits or muffins with tomato conserve, raw carrot strips, and custard and cookies for dessert. j "'tu'aic'J' vr.i lit? ELWOOD P. Rasmnssen Dorothy Christensen accompanied her sister, Barbara, to Salt Lake last weekend. Barbara will remain in the city where she has employment, for an indefinite time. ' Mrs. Aldred Christensen and baby, who have been spending the past six months with her parents and friends in Denmark, have just returned home. She has enjoyed visiting there after having lived here for the past five years. On her return her husband met her in New York, where they spent two days visiting with friends and sightseeing. They arrived home Wednesday. She reports having had an enjoyable trip but she is happy to be home again. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barfus and son, Lloyd, spent Friday and Saturday in Preston visiting at the home of their son, George and family. They also visited with Miss Freda Christensen who is the sister of Mrs. Barfus. The Gold and Green ball will be held Tuesday, March 9th after mutual. The hall will be beautifully decorated and we welcome you all to come and have a good time. Mrs. Martine Larsen who has been spending the winter with her daugh' ter, Mrs. Elmo Robinson of Mesa, Arizona and doing temple work, is ex pected home this week. Miss Fay Hansen is visiting in Salt Lake at the home of her sister, Mrs, Durant. Miss Ruth Munns spent the at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Munns. Also Reed and Farrel, who are attending the A. C. at Logan, spent the weekend home. aX i far iui oicnuuig be secured best-know- our health? How would yon like to lose your double chin and your too prominent hips and abdomen and at the same time make your skin so clean and clear that it will compel admiration? Get on the scales iy and see bow much you weigh then get a bottle of Kruschen Salts that cost next to nothing and which will last yon 4 weeks. Take one half teaspoonful in a glass of hot water in the morning-- cut down on pastry and fatty meats-- go light on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar and when you have finished the contents of this first bottle weigh yourself again. Notice also that yon hare gained in energy yon feel younger in body Kruschen will give any fat person a joyous surprise. Refuse imitations safeguard your health yon lose fat SAFELY the Kruschen way. 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In Slan ac ! beentha 1 oughly cleaned. is fever the Typhoid danmH nuuueu cuiiui uons, ana immunia against it should be urged in cases, says Dr. Jones. !4j tM "T"?" Boat A solution of chlorinated . be found effective in washing J after-theatr- ait How would you Lite to lose your fat, increase your energy and improve "1C '"cai -- GRIPPE AND COLDS these three spell disaster to the FLU, who manage and train the hundreds of girls who nightly e customers in the cabarets entertain the cupper and long New York's Great White Way. of the dance directors, But Georgie Hale, one of the (vho puts the girls of the famous Paradise Restaurant on Broadway their paces. doesn'ts Ihroush Miss Duskin's pretty thermom worry. In the Paradise there's a Ihermometer almost everywhere eter is typical of the latest trend(n these instruyou look. On the makeup tables, ments. Not 80 en the walls of the dressing room rywgwwwwsyyyvsyKP they stand on guard, and a draft Just hasn't a chance of sneaking in unnoticed. In one of the alley"ery thrillini about them, but ways near the stage there's even a W I n o w , without humiguide, to keep the air right C ) losing any ot for health and the protection of i their accuracy, COElumes and scenery, ji they are adapt' "As you can see for yourself," said Mr. Hale when we visited him (ng themselvei to every roon yesterday at the Paradise, "my J and every usi girls, both at rehearsals and durin the home. ing shows, are very susceptible to Georgie Hale nur colds, but there's not a sniffle in Kitchen, the crowd. Maybe it's lucU. but sery, b a by ' I think it's because I'm careful." all hav bath and Dad's study Miss Joyce Duskin, favorite of their specially tailored models. the Paradise showgirls, Ehov.n Cooking, too, is made simple as above, is very partial towards her ABC, with thermometers that tell table thermom eter, dressing mounted in a lovely disk of faintly oven temperature, the heat of deep or even disclose the secret goitinted blue mirror glass. She has fat. one on her boudoir table at home, ngs-on deep within the heart of a roast. too. :::::;:;;;:;S;: fiord "U Ui All . i. xrom im V,am,n wai.er "5"". ah gwj ouppuco ojiuuiu De coned until water courses or wells aro cleaned and disinfected. InstnxJ I F.y Mrs. H. in authority to the State Board of Health In areas where flood ctnw... occur the greater danger from diJ In nourishing vegetable chowder. 2 cups of milk k: onu safe j of water supplies in all are urged to extra care in the ir tion Of all Stream a gnJ J1U witier ctmJ and nnv nntonfioi r xaiiger report "4 De-viVirginia Smith and Vera Revue Paradise of the check up on Old Man Winter Easy Pleasant Way To PATHOTNDER easy-to-re- " - til n" carrot, diced , times, becomes a nossihi. clanger when the spring floo Virtually the entire lunch or supper for a winter's day may be combined into one dish, if it is a hearty and naaa3iMfts This Paper For One Year and .... k their dressing room. (At right) Stately showgirl Joyce Duskin relies on her dainty thermometer, boudoir table model. medium-size- d (. ,rH d 1 Hea Z The Resettlement Administration has options on 1,000 farms, .in the south involving 73,918 acres which it expected to use as a nucleus for a tenant-aiprogram. Of these" farms 65 are in Oklahoma, having an acreage of 4,737 and 200 are in Texas with an acreage of 10,619. December 1 issue. Vegetable Chowder-slices of salt pork or bacon or 2 tablespoons of butter 1 medium-size- d onion, diced 2 medium-size- d potatoes, diced Stat While some of the gradually disappeared siZ treme cold weather, there , mous amounts in the mouot 6 hills from winter's heavy sT51 spring progresses meltint um ice deposits in trum. yons will result in swollen T1 overflows and overloaded 'ttMc: sea. one of the sevP, , Every community water systems of aa F"va.ie water suddHu Rex-for- "Farmer-Stockma- r L Jnes' ZJ-uuasiuiicr. .. 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