Sapulpa Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 54, Ed. 1 Monday, November 4, 1946 Page: 9 of 10
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1*4«
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SAPULFA HERALD, SAPULPA’, OKLAHOMA
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By Jock Sordf
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Mirror of Your Mind
By LAWRENCE GOULD, Consulting Psychologist)
gram fr' rn Tux in En-la nrl
believe It'* often * childith fear
of the extent to which accepting
favors puts us at the other per-
son* mercy, as though it made
him a sort of parent we must
obey or be punished. Unless they
feel you're imposing on them, de-
cent people enjoy doing favors
and find their reward in knowing
they ha\c helped you.
| telling nun ol the arrival of. her pew
[baby daughter, Dorothy Lynn.
On account of I he difference in
time between here imri (lie baby.'s
birthplace, .lini got the telegram
before he baby was born ... at -
errding to the lime of her birth
; as given in the cablegram. , . .
Mrs. Garth Blake, a ccrnparative-
ly ntw addition to Sapulpa's circle
of musicians, never lets anything
like one o! tne ke\ flying off tlie
piano while she's rendering an es
pecially difficult number bother
her. . . .
Tile other day at the .layere
luncheon. Mrs. Blake was cn the
pregram, she was playing some-
thing bs Chopin—or Beethoven,
mayte lour informant REALLY
didn’t KNOW)—when onr of tin-
ivory pieces flew up in the air off
cne of the white keys. . . .
Did that lessen her tempo or ruin
her number anv way?
IT DID NOT
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Bes-rcu muk’ ihi
TdE E>i(j MinU*-
Con a man love a girl who is "too good for him"?
Answer: That’s the only kind of
girl some men can love. As Dr.
Theodor P.eik points out, we fall
!n love partly to make up for our
own imperfections by becoming
“one' with someone we believe to
have Ihc qualities that we luck.
But a man whose feeling of a gn Pe
superiority is too strong is a jxior
one ta depend on. If the effect her
ren. r imaginary virtues have
upon him is to make him feel
‘‘cheap" and unworthy, he will
ultimately hate her for it. as we
a I hate people w ho affect us
that way. •'
Con you be too much afraid of
Answer: Yes. A morbid fear of
being under obligation" keeps n
lot of us from getting help which
others would be glad to give us.
And wisiit holds us back is not as
much "self-respect ’ as wc like to
f'H’yrisht. 1444, King Feature, 8yndi.*fa, Ixe.
Are privileged children less
prone to neurosis?
Answer: No, says sociologist A.
W. Green in the American So-
ciological Review. The children
most likely to become neurotic
are the ones whose parents are
"native-white, urban, college-
educated. middle-class," while
children of working-class parents
grow up hcaitny-minded in -pile
of their suffering the neglect and
unfair treatment that would caose
mental trouble for more shcltei»<i
youngsters. I suggest one ie»...n
may be that the seriousness >. tu
winch educated people take -vt-
enthcxio creates tension that ,if«
facts their child! en.
Ed Martin Stumps
A steel pi-.ar ni.iy weigh Hum
U an a q-cirter "f ;m oort.-e for a
line watch, or 10,tew pounds for
a big ship, but no matter what
Its size, the gear must be ma-
chined accurately, to a 10,000th
of an inch. Any (law in a gear
shows up almost instantly wher
It is put In use.
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Oaks are usually the last trees
in the forest to shed their leaves
in the fall.
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Among some primitive peo-
ples, it was the custom to bury
sick people to cure them.
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Wind Is said to be far more
Important than temperature to
ttie cooling of the body.
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Toilt Hill. Staten Island, N. Y..
417 feet above sea level, Is said
to be the highest point on the
Atlantic coast from Maine to
>n » kmel* dirt r<..«<i east 'if the
m .y 7 n, i 'ao i an parallel to Uie
Bi iiuimre and Ohio railroad tracks.
When the engineer on I fact pas-
stmger tour. from Columbus to
Piltsburgh saw the accident hap-
pen, he stopped the train and tele-
phoned the signal tower at the east
end of Zanesville to report the ac-
cident and call for help.
The temperature cf a victim of
cholera may rise after death, says
the Encyclopedia Brltannica The
limbs of dead persons also may
move, due tq iiccullar muscular cott«
We re Telling You—
By FAYE ami the GANG
Or The Inside Dope On
Home of the kids
hating Hallowe'en fun Thursday
night displayed a sense if hu-
mor judging from something we sec
written in soap on the window
across the way . . IT SAYS . . .
Kilroy was here . .
Ilarrv llibbard i comparing our
new parking meters with the gat
'(•Os method of pai'king lie
sats back in the old dav. . . .
Remove Harmful Impurities
• Backache, loss of th- old pep. getting up
nights, and headache are often caused by
nothing more than impropei kidney ac-
f n doe to excels a. d in the urine The
kidneys are one of Nature's ways of re-
i moving impurities from the blool Ami
when these impurities back up. trouble
S" if you have these troubles give your
kidneys and bladder a good fltphtrig out
by taking Dr Kilmer's Swamp Root It
works on the kidneys to flush them out
nr reusing the flow of urine to help te-
lieve that rxrc x acidity and ease that
hurtling sensation when you puss watet
. . helps that bladder irritation that
makes you get up nights
Made, t lt> herbs, roots, vegetables, and
bui .mo Swamp Root . absolutely rion-
habit f.nming Millions have taken it for
everybody hud .• hnrxi and buggy
AND they carried ,m irut" weight
with strap attached which they
dropped on the ground to "park"
their liir.se till tlies got hark . . .
The old horse and buggy is re-
bent upon I Placed b> th* family auto and . . .
the iron weight has evoluted into
a parking meter which nerves the
same purpose Just another sign
ol the march of progress ....
Betty Canterbury, who got home
Friday from California for a two
1 weeks' visit with her parents . .
came by plane from Los Angeles
She really travelled Sl'PFR
DEI.I XE. high speed, ultra mod-
ern fashion. . . . She leit LA al
10 a.in. aboard a Mg tour-motored
nun - stop plane AND came down
at Tulsa alrhnrt at 4 p m. . . .
In plenty of time to have a leis-
urely dinner and visit with the lain-
ily before attending the Sapulita-
Wlll Rogers football game at Skt'lly
stadium that night
Saurday Jim Dinsmore got a tele-
This is the story of the lost foun-
tain pen which turned up . . alter
Mrs. o I. Humes tells this one
. Year* ago . . . about 15 or so
. husband (Mi- lost he foun-
tain pen AND they remembered
that it had been in the pocket of
his shirt when it wus sent to the
laundry BUT it simply
( (it I.DN T be lotind when tlie>
telephoned tile lady who did the
laundry ... lit T v
Jus: the other day that lady
FOUND that fountain pen AND
NOW . . . it's back home ....
We hear that (. I "Hud" \an-
l.andingltatti has realized a life
long ambition ... he always i
wanted to stand on the corner of
Hollywood and 5 ine street . . . I
in lloll'wood and whistle at the
girls . . , W EM. he wen* xo
Hulls wood and DID ITIA1 VERY
I IIINt. . . .
We also hear thut lie's being '
-ought aftei bv s> -me movie pro-
ducer as a lesult ol one of hit sc- 1
PENNSYLVANIA S Gov Edward
Martin. Republican candidate for
> Senator Joe Guffey's seat in the
U. S Senate, addresses a Pitts-
burgh gathering as he goes into
the final throes of a heated cam-
l| pa (International)
three generation:, often with wonder- alludes while visiting in California
ful results Camion take ax directed i ? ? n ? i BUI We Can't Mild out
F t free trial supply, send to Dept X. (Jie detaUs
CoiuTcget bd, M/c.'l*hlitUr. •f<Swan!p- , W ^ «» llb°U'
Root today at your dttigitore I H • ®o t very things on the up and
- up . . .
County Superintendent of Schools
BETTER SCHOOLS IN CREEK COUNTY
Also, vote for State Questions 314, 315, 316, 318, for
a more sound school program in Oklahoma.
TRAIN AIDS ( Alt VICTIMS
ZANESVILLE. O 'UP When j
fast passenger train makes an un-
scheduled stop, that's news
Five Zanesville people were in-
jured recently In an auto accident
on TIRES to be
Re-capped or Repaired
O.K. Rubber Welders
506 E. Dewey Sapulpa
J. G. Adams
Republican for County Clerk
In Guthrie, Oklahoma, my former home, I served as
President of the Chamber of Commerce, President of the
Rotary Club and as Chairman of the Board of Education.'
I am proud of the work 1 did in these positions.
My wife and I live in Sapulpa and are home-owners
here. I have reared five children, all of whom are college
graduates. Three of my children served with distinction
in the last war; one as Lieutenant in the U. S. Navy, one
as Lieutenant-Colonel in the U. S. Army, and the third,
a daughter, is secretary to the foreign legation in Shanghai,
China. While I have retired from a successful career in
business, I am qualified in all particulars to serve in the
office for which l am a candidate.
Even though you vote for my opponent for the office
of County Clerk, I do hope you will vote for Oln*?
Flynn for Governor and the other republican candidates,
for I am personally convinced that it’s time for a change.
EVERV ESS-Yes, Yes!
: YeS...Evervess is Bonded
Tomorrow will be the hour of decision.
Herr are a few fact* which I want to leave for the
people of Sapulpa to consider:
When I looked over the tax struclure of the
state I began to formulate a urogram that would
benefit BOTH SAPULPA and the rest of the state,
also. Industry must be attracted to the state to help
us attain ou, rightful place in the economic sun.
Since my nomination I have also made a deep
study of the relation of roads and highways to a
community from a farm-to-market standpoint and also
from an industrial standpoint. I believe that the Sand
Springs-Sapulpa road should be paved and 1 have this
item high on my platform. I also believe that to do it
we must have it made into a state highway.
On farm-to-market roads, Sapulpa is the county
seal of Creek County. It is a definite part of my pro-
gram to support and try to secure a network of ade-
quate, all-Heather roads leading into Sapulpa so that
the seal of government of the county can be easily
reached by the citizens,
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In closing my campaign l want to thank all the
people of Sapulpa who are my neighbors and friends
for their loyal support.
Everett S. Collins
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Democratic Nominee for
IJ Streeter Speakmun s name will be found on
the Democrat ticket.
Since he emphasizes in every ad that he is
backed by certain anonymous republicans, we
thought it well to point this out to avoid con-
I be republicans have been blamed for OPA
and the meat shortage; we don’t want to have
Streeter laid at our door, also.
f| Why he emphasizes Republican support is. of
course, clear. A new dealer s endorsement
doesn t pack the punch it used to.
•2 Why his republican endorsers insist on re-
• • f e * ' * ( ' f » ' ' %
maimng anonymous is also clear. ILey couldn't
openly endorse the author of that letter in the
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Sapulpa Herald of April 21, 1944, defending |
A. L. Crable.
Republican Central CoMtee
Bonded to be .i' tine ax urn sparkling \sater
}ou ever used, regardless of price ... or sour
money back! Extra liseb ! I xtra sparkling!
Treated with ultraviolet rays lor punts;
YeS...Evervess gives you a
dime-size bottle for a nickel!
12 sparkling ounces enough for two or three
full drinks just live cents. 'I our budget sxil!
jump for jos! Get half a do/cn bottles in tin*
hands Lscrsc" carrier todayl
for a nickel!
PROOUCT OF PEPSI COLA COMPANY
Franchised Holtlm : Sami Spiintjs Bottling Co., Tulsa, Oltla^
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