BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, APRIL WORLD PAQB TERES 11, 1935 EASTTREMONTON Proper Study Light Needed for Child's Eye Safety GLIMPSES The Ladies Farm Bureau met at the home of Mrs. Ervine Jones on Monday afternoon. President Mrs. Bea t, gave a report of the Farm Bureau meeting held at Brigham City last Saturday. Mrs. O. L. Brough talked on Sanitation and Mrs. P. E. Ault gave a lesson on Consumers Problems. , Dainty refreshments were served the 13 guests by the hostess assisted by her daughter Melba. A handkerchief shower was given Mrs. Jones and Mrs. R. G. Brough in honor of their birthday anniversar- FAIR PLAY IS THE BEST POLICY While strikers of the Colt Patent Firearm Manufacturing Company were endeavoring to make trouble last week with their employers, the directors of the company were in session deciding to give these same employees, whether strikers or not, a 5 Which recalls the statedividend. ment made by an old college professor that Benjamin Franklin did not mean that honesty was the best merely for policy's sake but that honesty is the best policy because it is the best principle. With the forward strides that have been made In fair play in industry, the time will come as conditions improve where companies operating on old policies of getting the most for the least will find, in order to hold a good class of workers, they must reach the decision that fair play is the best policy because it is the best principle. A . ,IIMIJ v, . rtu i A rg-- " f ; , w ' i VI s , t ies. , Mr. and Mrs. George Beal spent the weekend In Salt Lake City attend-conferenc- I 1 et in ..' willful negT lect of their children's home work. But how many parents take oains to provide the best study con ditions for those same children? The answer is, comparatively few. Perhaps that is one reason why more of our young people than suffer from defective vision. parents tolerate P'EW "- To spank or not to spank? That is the question in many American homes today. In telling of a radio hook-u- p with every room, used by e. school high principal in Cleveland, a radio commentator recently said that spankings were also broadcast. A fourteen year old recently advised a leader of a series of meetings who had repeatedly tried "psychology" in an effort to get respectful atHe said, tention from two "cut-up"You only encourage those guys with your soft talk. You've gotta 'crack down on 'em'." Where modern methods fail other means had better be used. May not the trouble be that we impatient parentals so often go to one extreme or the other? one-four- th Bad Conditions to Be Avoided It b really asking too much of a child to expect satisfactory progress in school when the seeing conditions under which he or she studies are such as to cause eyestrain and nervous fatigue. Yet homes throughout the country afford nothing better than quat little table lamps, exposed lamp s. WrXV"' I . ' v in London and later Lord High Commissioner of the Church of Scotland, has been made Governor General of Canada. abbulbs, or far less light than is vision. for good solutely necessary Shadows Make Vision Difficult The illustration at upper left typifies the abuse to which the eyes of students are subjected in the vast majority of homes. The lamp is a common type. It fails" to provide light sufficient in quantity for reading, writing, or studying. The shade is so didesigned that most of the light is rected beneath it, with very little falling on the copy book, where it is most needed. Sometimes this abuse is made worse by placing the lamp at th,e child's shadow, making vision even more difficult A lamp such as shown by the illustration at upper right provides from three to five times as much useful light as is given by an ordinary table desk lamp. Yet it uses only one 100-wa- tt bulb. Many Good Lamps Available by the Illuminating Engineering Society, and called tha "I.E.S. Better Sight Lamp," its light is adequate for easy vision and eye comfort A number of manufacturer, make it, and stores everywhere oflei; it in a variety of styles and prices. The light given by this lamp is soeor tifically balanced and diffused, mi there is no glare. Note that k M placed to the side opposite the writing hand, to prevent the casting of g shadow. Most of our knowledge, and a good part of our success, comes to us through our eyes. By providing our children with the proper lighting for, readinar and stndv. we will be doing much to insure their welfare .andjbjft: pinesa kt htei; jsara, Designed t BE SFKE AND READ THS ADS WRITERS CHEER UP! - l. Painting RECENT BIRTHS AUGUST NUSSBAUM All Kinds of Seed Grains for Sale House Wife on Farms f Mb iff Measles will not be considered such HAS MADE IT POSSIBLE TODAY YOUR OLD ii times like today, what housewife does't want to save money? Having an Electric Refrigerator in your kitchen NOW, instead of waiting until a in food costs during this year. year from now, will save you at least $50 in Ask any General Electric owner your neighborhood. She will tell you how easy it is to economize on food purchases by buying in quantities at bargain day prices; how you eliminate food waste and left-oveand make inexpensive desserts. spoilage; how to preserve Thousands of homes have these savings every year. Some day you'll havt electric refrigeration. Why not have it now? In MISS EHRHART AIR REPRESENTATIVE TO MEXICO Miss Ehrhart's good-wi- ll trip to Mexico will recall one made by anoth- er of our famous fliers a few years ago and when some of the natives of the South American colonies see her they may wonder if she is not the flier's sister. first good-wi- rs ll MAYTAG TRICES LOWEST NOW! Multi-Mot- imnrniTT VYEj liJCiI xm n a no v& vliv TERMS TO A 1 1 P A TITS FOR M A YT A ( JS OGDEN, UTAH J. A. PACK, Tremonton Representative 1 Rico has been sending one Porto . . . ..4 111 nunarea inousana aouars a- year uui of the country in order that the islanders might enjoy their garlic. Plans are now under way whereby they will be taught how to grow their own. Porto Rico will be stronger financially and possibly In other ways. Come into our store and let us tell . SUIT J.G. HEAD BEOS. CO. 7. PORTO RICO TO BECOME STRONGER or Engine v. a great misfortune to the majority of students at Skidmore College at Sar atoga Sorines. New York. Some of the students have come down with the disease and the rest have been given an extra long Easter vacation in the hopes that they will thus avoid it. TRADE IN 73A-- 2 MEASLES NOT SO MEASLEY AS BUY PHONE A man in Iowa City had the toothache. He took one powder and since it somewhat relieved his misery, he helped himself to another. He awoke in a hospital with a weakened heart. The toothache plus two powders did the trick. A doctor once told his patient to take as much of a certain powder as he could get on a dime. Not having a dime, the patient took as much as he could get on two nickles. He, also, wound up in the hospital. AT GARLAND NOW HAVE THE SAME CONVENIENCES THE CITY HOUSEWIFE . ...... ., Wheat Cleaned and Treated Garland'Tr emonton Milling Co. Paper Hanging - pousejQejimug. SKILLED WORKMANSHIP AT REASONABLE PRICES 1CHS TOOTHACHE TAKES HIM TO HOSPITAL - BEST PAINTS - IMPERIAL WALL PAPER ol I Then soothe and' help mend the broken tissues of your stomach with medicine suitable for this purpose. Williams S. L. K. Formula is known for true stomach relief. It contains ingredients that combat hyperacidity and help keep the gastric and digestive juices from cutting into the sore spots of the stomach. These ingredients of Williams S. L K. Formula help the stomach help itself by guarding it from undue strain and correcting the condltioM that hinder its return to normal. Begin today to better your condition by taking Williams S. L. K. Formula. Your druggist guarantees a refund if you do not receive complete satisfaction. Remember Williams S. L. K. Formula for your stomach condition the next time you visit the City Drug Co. (Adv.) NXJWAimYOIDJCHE J Successful aid in PREVENTING Colds at Your Meals? DO YOUR Niel-0O- Have Your Does Food Cause Intense Pain maA Keep You from Enjoying Manufacturers of High Grade Harness NELSON Mr. and Mrs. Ace Nel Col. John Buckin who paid his way At San Juan Capistrano, Califorson of Penrose, a girl, born April 3 one is is which mission who a and there nia, through Oxford by writing Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Fuller FULLER became head of Reuters News Service hundred and fifty-nin- e years old. Ac- FARM! FARM! WHO'S ; of Garland, a boy born April 1. GOT MY FARM? NIELSON Mr. and Mrs. Elmer of Elwood, a boy, born April 6, To some folks this may sound like of old the "Button, button, game who's got the button." But to many whose top soil and wheat have been s out of some Western states to blown Las' where, it is just plain trouble. Though some of the hearty At the first nasal irritation or sniffle, Westerners grimly joke and keep up apply Vicks just a few drops. their spirits in an admirable fashion Used in time, it helps to avoid many to others, this dust sometimes means colds entirely. (Two sizes: 30, 50.) pick up and move. Move from fa miliar scenes and friends. Start life all over again. VA-TRO-N- OL When industrial stocks become un safe, people who are investment wise tell us to tie to real estate. The Government is going to be busy for some time teaching folks how to tie down real estate so that they can go out of doors from day to day and still Seed find it there. Va-tro-n- Do You Suffer With A Bad Stomach? Tremonton Harness & Accessories Co., Inc. -- 4- , Mrs. Harold Kunzler of RoertU, Utah, spent a few days at the Valley hospital last week receiving mrtlcai care. Mrs. Lavem Wilcox of Fielding, has been at the Valley hospital receiving medical attention. She left the hoe pltal Wednesday. Mrs. David Stander is at the Valley hospital receiving medical care. Mrs. Susan Rhead is Improving" nicely at the Valley hospital. Walter Turley is slowly improving at the hospital. We Sell ht LIKE CERTAIN PARTS OF EUROPE p OF LITTLE INTEREST TO MOST WOMEN In New York City they are holding meetings in which mistresses and their house maids can discuss their mutual problems. The problem X I PRATT and LAMBERT PAINTS and VARNISHES and KING WALL FINISH that faces most house wifes who will read this note is not how to keep a maid but how to keep their families happy doing their own work. cording to the priests, every year on St. Joseph's day the starlings decide that the little swifts must give up their nests in the walls of the old years a batbuilding. For sixty-eigtle royal has occured and the little swifts have always lost out However, according to the starlings, each year, move out of their own accord. e. Mrs. K. H. Fridal and sons Max and John were shopping in Ogden Monday. Mrs. Charles Peterson was an Ogden visitor Monday. Mrs. George Abbot went to Fillmore Friday for a visit with her daughter Mrs. Jeff Barnard. Miss Fern Barrus of Sugar City Idaho was a weekend guest at the home of O. A. Seager. Austin Seager was home from the U. of U. over the weekend. Mrs. R. G. Brough was In Salt Lake City Thursday and Friday. O. L. Brough, O. A. Seager, Elmer Anderson, Thomas Kay and K. H. Fridal were numbered among those attending conference. Mrs. W. H. Kniefel of Parnea Idaho was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. E Ault Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ault and daughters Molly and Dorothy were Sunday guests of P. E. Ault and family. At left is shown the type of lighting under which risk their many students strain their eyes and been scienhealth. At right is a lamp which has tifically approved for reading and study. By Jean Prentice TO SPANK OR NOT TO SPANK l,;, T SJ2?jr long has the dry sands of been unearthed Arkansas. At least this is the first sea Berpent story of the season. Possibly someone will come along next week and tell us that they have explored its insides and found carved there the name "JONAH" with the date "862 B. C." . 140-fe- ' i PREHISTORIC SEA SERPENT A sea serpent , ..: .:...-M$:- HOSPITAL NEWS I By Mrs. P. E. Ault you about our easy purchase plan ELECTRICITY HOME IS THE BIGGEST BARGAIN IN THE UTAH POWER & LIGHT C0; M'