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THE HELPER JOURNAL, HELPER, UTAH step? What would you say totbatr "That Is too good to be true," replied Mrs. Keddy with great prompt- Fresh From Paris BEI6TIME STORY ness. When Foxes put gether It means for weather. r their soma heads one to- stormy F COURSE, that Is Just a say-- " Foxes don't have anying. thing whatever to do with the weather. But when folks are In trouble they are said to be having bad weather and so that little verse really means that when Foxes puf their heads together and make plans it generally means Tjublefor 6ome one. Reddy Fox had Intended to be selfish and try to get Johnny Chuck all alone, so that he might dine on him all alona But the nore he thought It over, the wiser It seemed t him to get Mrs. Reddy to help. In the first place Johnny was so big and strong that Ueddy didn't at all fancy a fight with him. He wouldn't admit It even to himself, but he wasn't at all sure he could whip Johnny Chuck In a fair fight. He knew that Johnny was tough of skin, stout of Jaw and sharp of tooth, and leady to fight to the last tick If he had to. So this was one reason Reddy was willing to have Mrs. Reddy help b!m, though not for anything In the world would he have told this or had her suspect It Another reason was that he saw a way whereby, working together, they were almost certain to shut Johnny off from his home, and once they could do that they would have him without fall. "He Is big enough and fat enough to make both of us a dinner," thought Reddy. "Besides, If we succeed In catching him perhaps we can also catch Polly Chuck. Mrs. Reddy Is very clever, very clever In deed, and she can help a lot" It Is well for Reddy that Mrs. Reddy didn't hear this, for she Is the smarter of the two, and she knows you woo't ask me to waste any more time on that fat Chuck. We've wasted enough as It Is. You know very well thai we can't dig open that house down In the far corner of the Old Orchard, because It Is right between the roots of that As for catching pesky apple tree. It 'Ml Burnt. 1933 by T. W. IPAIPA f "That Is plied Too Good to Be True," ReMrs. Reddy, With Great Promptness. one of those Chucks away from their house, It can't be dona There Is always one on watch when the other Is eating." "Listen, my dear," Interrupted Reddy with a crafty grin on his face. "All that you say Is very One of the latest Parisian fashion creations for the really well dressed young lady Is this nattier blue woolen dress with white and silver buttons at the bodice and belt true. I that way. dont blame you for feeling I don't blame you In the least But what would you say If I were to tell you that those two silly Chucks have separated and tme of them has built a new borne where it Is the simplest thing In the world to surprise him away from his door "Pop, what Is conservation J" "Keeping the mouth closed." . 1933. Bell Syndicate. WNU Service. Noiv They're Using Cotton in Building Houses r V Jjv.t f , - 'J USE Of- - CUT SHOT "v , 1"-- Reddy told her that he wanted her help to catch Johnny Chuck she looked at him as If she thought him the stupidest fellow In the world. "Look here, Reddy," said she. "I'm always ready and willing t( help when there Is a reasonable chance that something besides failure will come out of It, but if you've got any sense at all In your head When CLUBMEAO CUTS ACROSS BALL R30MOUTS1DB in. 5bJ USE ONE CLUB FOR CUT SHOT the ball ts within a .W radius of the green It is often Impossible to Impart backspln to the ball, for this requires a firm blow which Is likely to send the ball flying past the green. In such sllua Hons the cut shot Is often employed Uere the arms and hands are pulled in close to the body as the ball Is struck. The sldesptn thus Imparted has a tendency to slow the ball up once it strikes the turf. The ball has a tendency to curve toward the right even after the bounce. Allowance must be made for this slicing trajectory, but with considerable practice one can accurately judge this shot The main difficulty with this sort of swing is that one who uses it often Is likely to unconsciously employ it for other shots. On longer swings an acute slice Is the result It is for this reason that Francis Oulmet recommends the shot be confined to one club alone, preferably the mashle niblick, for it is with this club that most of the short shots are played. This lessens the swing's contagious By DOUGLAS fellow by came But very seldom were the same. 1933. DoUKlas one-hal- f table-spoonf- three-fourth- one-fourt- h three-fourth- one-hal- lf p one-ha- lf Wingless Plane Invented in Spain "As hungry at most actors are today," says the hoofing Sisters, "to nave your act followed by a shower of vegetables should be considered lust a lucky break." a 19J3. Kit! t 1 Bell Syndicate. WNU 8ervlce. "Stump" Speaking "Stumping for Harrison" was a common phrase during the and campaign of the ninth President of the Cnlted States, William Henry Harrison. At-- ; trlbuted to the Middle West, the term was Indigenous to all distrii-twhere forests were being cleared to make way for settlements. hard-cide- s rnrrfr"TT"r .............j.-.x- . KiNAi'lO (iAVIX, well known Spanish Inventor, with his uiodel ol wingless, propcllerless plane which was successfully tested In Madrid recently. The plane model rises or descends vertically, flies backward or forward without IosIiir altitude and can halt within Its own Small wheels on each side of the machine, like diminutive mill IciiKth hrels propel tlie.crnft. DU. , WNU Service. Hauling in Shark The average shark that a surl fisherman can handle successfully Is about 3D0 to 400 pounds, and a great deal depends on skill and Nine hundred feel plenty of line. is not too much line If one hopes to conquer 300 pounds of fighting surf rod. "lightning" on a To those who have never hooked a fish large enough to make them doubtful of their physical ability to land him there Is a thrill as well as a lot of real hard work coming when a big shark Is hooked with a linen line which has a breaking test of only 30 pounds. Inspired by Famous Song Julia Ward Howe's "Battle Hymn of the Republic," 18G1, was first pub llshed in the Atlantic Monthly, and first came prominently Into notice when a Union officer. Just out of LIbby prison, gave a lecture In Washington, and In the course of It told how he and his having become possessed of a copy of the "Battle Hymn" derived great pleasure singing It tn th darkness and loneliness of prison Unfinished Work mm Malloch. Meteor and Meteorite meteor Is a small mass cf matter from celestial space which en ters the eartH's atmosphere and from friction becomes hot and lu mlnous and Is usually dissipated. A meteorite Is a meteor which falls upon the earth. A fellow-prisoner- d s, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong. No alcohol. Sold by druggists in tablets or liquid. Adv. Fruits of Labor Every bit of money you get represents somebody's hard labor generally your own. The little Oirl who wouldn't Nature knows best I Never coas a child to eat I Remove the cause of a youngster's poor appetite get rid of stasis. Children who don't eat are sluggish. Not to correct this Is inexcusable. It is so easy to do, If you will only use the "California treatment" Read what it Is doing for listless children in every part of the country I When appetite falls, tongue Is coated white, eyes are a bilious yellow, don't give small children any constipating cathartic that drains the system and weakens twenty feet of tender bowels! California syrup of figs Is the only "medicine" they need it i the ditch. one-thir- d one-hal- 'iriui atrical career, but his resistance merely served to whet my desire to seek fame on the stage. One day I sat down and figured the whole thing out. I wanted to be an actress, of this I was sure. But father and mother thought otherSo 1 decided upon a bold wise. course, a daring step. I ran away from borne. As I look back I can see that it was Indeed a foolhardy venture for a young girl, untrained In the ways of the world, to, alone, for favors first should - - fVitr-iTT-- Grapefruit Salad. Dissolve a package of lemon gelof a cupful of boilatin in f ing water and add one and MUCH pleasure Is added to cupfuls of grapefruit Juice, SOboth guests and hosts by the cupful of orange Juice, one A "swain" Is a female swan. s of lemon Juice, little extra time we take to make of a cupful of diced celery, a dish attractive that It pays. CocBONERS are actual humorous ktails of fruit or shell fish, as well as two tablespoonfuls of chopped small tidbits found in examination papickles, one tablespoonful ? chopped pers, essays, etc., by teachers. vegetables, add to a meal. plmiento. Set away to mold. Serve on lettuce with mayonnaise dres: Tomato Cocktail. King Henry XIII was the worst Add one cupful or more of souvenir England ever had. Chop fine one small slice of Ing. onion with a few bits of celery, add shredded salmon or tuna fish and The explorer realized finally that three cupfuls of strained tomato you have a fish salad. Use the uni he was lost yes, lost In the wiles juice salted to taste. Let stand sweetened gelatin for the fish salad, tat wedding rings used of Africa. three hours. Mix two tablespoonfuls three tablespoonfuls and the other the same. Ingredients orof catsup, of by the ancients were made cupful ffl. 1933. Western Newspaper Union. Organdie Is a kind of musical In- ange juice, two tea spoonfuls of of iron and were put upon strument sugar and a dash of cayenne. the left third finger, from a Sprinkle with chopped parsley and The writing In Ancient Egypt was serve. supposed connection of a called Hydraulics. vein there with the heart. Caroline Fritters. A franchise tells what kind of s To of a cupful of weather Is going on. f Newspaper Syndicate ft 1933. UcCIure canned corn add cupful of WNU Service two well beaten eggs and one-hamilk, ' rock Is a near Gibraltar Spain. tablespoonful of sugar. Mix Grown-uSmasher Nobody claims It and so It doesn't one scant cupful of flour, one Child (after watching father make belong to them. England owns It of baking powder and It Is Important because people stand an unfortunate stroke with drives) Sift and teaspoonful of salt mi top of It and watch ships. Why don't you get unbreakable combine the mixtures, place In but- WNtTServlcs. . 1933. Bell Syndicate. toys for daddy, too, ma? Boston Transcript Sit"- Although my father owned a theater he refused to even think of permitting me to train for a the- MALLOCH His thumb extended for a hitch, But did I pick him up? Not II I'd seen him pass so many by, Their journey lonely, hard and far, When theirs the journey, his the car TOUCHES THAT ADD DISTINCTION fftii actress. For favors In some other way. I saw a J jo You Know Mm by I During childhood it was my ambition to carve for myself a niche In the theater's hall of fame, ily parents, however, had different plans for me and always discouraged my thoughts la tills direction. Eventually I had to run away from home to even get a chance to demonstrate my embryonic talents. But let's start at the beginning! I was born at San Antonio, Texas, and, like most any other child, spent my early teens mastering the mysteries of the three "R's." But after school hours and during vacation periods my thoughts always strayed to a secretly cherished dream of soins day becoming a great THE CURRENCY OF KINDNESS d tin By JOAN CRAWFORD WNU Service. 1933, Bell Syndicate. Who asks for favors, who before Has done a favor, asks no more Than he h&t given. Thus we go Through life and help each other so lie helping you, you helping me. .,. , - " r With kindness for our currency, im.,. " The of the heart nouses of modern design, the architectural profession ha discuveied prac- The splendid coinage THE planning of low-coIn any mart coinage good INtical The material Is advantages In using cotton canvas for the partitions, awnings, walls and roofs. cottage requires about COO Who asks for favors owes no debt coated with fireproof paint and Insulated with aluminum foil. The week-ensquare yards of material, while another more permanent summer dwelling, a model of which Is shown If kindness Is with kindness met above, has five rooms, deck and garage with about 800 yards of material needed. Accepted gratefully, and then Is passed along to other men. tered muffin rings In a buttered dripFor acts of kindness done today Tomorrow brings the chance to pay, ping pan. Drop Into the rings and bake in a moderate oven. Though he who went and he who fey HalC. Herman was the avenue D ANCING which I reached the screen WHO asks rf.Wf'-tii-i- As the result of an operation a boy, who was born blind, has Just gained his sight at Adelaide, Australia, and his first remark was, "I often used to wonder what things would look like, but blow it all, when I see them they are Just about what I thought they would be." K. TOMASHIE-NBUC- , it t Copyright by effect w J" OUIMET CONFINES WHEN J How I Broke Into The Movies WNU Service KNOW- S- NO SURPRISE TO HIM thirteen-year-ol- "It Is true, though," crifd Reddy. and at once started In to tell Mrs. Reddy all that he had found out Mrs. Reddy listened with Interest, and as Reddy went on to tell of his plan a crafty look crept Into her eyes. "We must plan this very care fully," said she. "Let us put our heads together and see If we cannot have a double dinner of fat Chuck, for If we can catch one we may be able to catch the other. So Reddy and Mrs. Reddy put their heads together and planned how they would dine on fat Chuck. By THOKNTON IV. BURGESS REDDY FOX CONSULTS MRS. REDDY Graph icQolfI V- - 1 Joan Crawford. seek her livelihood In a strange city. Good luck was with me from the outset and I landed my first Job with a revue In Chicago. That was In 1922. During this engagement I acquired much experience that was to prove valuable to me later. My next Jump was to New York where I appeared In the Shubert production, "Innocent Eyes." The theater program listed me as Lucile Le Sueur. It seemed too good to be true. At last I was really in the theater. Next came a part in "The Passing Show" at the Winter Garden. Little did I suspect that I was to dance my way right out of this show Into the movies. But that's just exactly what happened when Harry Rapf studios saw of the the show one evening and offered me the chance to enter motion pictures. Was I thrilled? Why, I was so excited I could hardly talk. I wondered what Hollywood was really Would I be a star with my like. name In electric lights, or Just another girl among a legion of failures? These thoughts ran through my mind as I packed for the westward Jaunt I hoped for the best. Upon my arrival in the movie city I was given six months of Intensive training in the art of screen acting and under the name of Joan Crawford, chosen for me by the public, I made my first appearance before the camera in a picture called "Pretty Ladies." I was extremely happy even though my part was only that of an extra player. I learned that extra work was the foundation upon which some of our greatest artists have bullded their careers. Perhaps I too would be so fortunate. I That girl or boy with a furry tongue and a bad breath should not be dosed with salts! California syrup of figs will gently stimulate the colon muscles and the child you used to coas to eat will fairly devour his food, digest It, gain weight Try the California treatment I Begin tonight, with enough of the pure syrup of figs to cleanse the colon Give less tomorrow, thoroughly. then every other day, or twice a week until the child's appetite, digestion, weight, complexion, tell you the stasis Is gone. Be sure to get the real California syrup of figs. Any druggist has it, all bottled, with directions. It's a natural, vegetable laxative. Just as good for babes of two years as boys of ten. They all love its taste! There are imitations of California Byrup of Figs and those who would sell you some substitute even when a child's health is concerned. Don't ever take any bottle that is not plainly labeled CALIFORNIA. End Serious Coughs With Creomulsion Don't let them get a strangle hold. Fight germs quickly. Creomulsion combines the 7 best helps known to modern science. Powerful but harmless. Pleasant to take. No narcotics. Your druggist will refund your money if any cough or cold no matter how long standing is not relieved by Creomulsion. (adv.) Metro-Goldwy- My optimism knew no bounds when I was picked for an Important part with Jackie Coogan In "Old Clothes." My work In this production seemed to settle my future as a featured player and I was tendered a long term contract to which I happily and hurriedly affixed my signature. Next I was cast for one of the leading roles In "Sally, Irene and In 1925, I was chosen as a Mary." Baby Star, "Wampus" Wampus meaning the Western Association of Motion Picture Advertisers. There are two pictures to which I owe much in the matter of making my name known to the film fans. They are, "The Booh" anil "Paris." Other vehicles which helped me In the climb to celluloid prominence are: "The Understanding Heart," "The Taxi Dancer," "Winners of the Wilderness," "The Unknown," "Spring Fever," "West Point," "Our Ian-inDaughters," "Dream of Love," "The Duke Steps Out," "Rain" and "Grand Hotel." With the making of "Our Modern Maidens" I first reached stardom. So you Ree, I really danced my way Into the movies, and the movies have kept me dancing ever slice. BRACE UP! Dry &s,nUflitcap'' Lazy muscles mean that Intestinal poisonous wastes are sapping your nersxy. Why continue n and tooling; lureish7A"nighteap"of Garfield Tea, for several weeks will put you "on your foot." (At all druggists). run-dow- r GARFIELD AiZ Have to Get Up at Alight? jTi SBX "'tor Deal Promptly with. Bladder Irregularities Are you bothered with bladder irregularities; burning, scanty or too frequent passage and getting up at night? Heed promptly these symptoms. They may warn of some disordered kidney or bladder con dition. 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