The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, May 4, 1934 Page: 3 of 8
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not found on any other low-priced car
BODIES BY FISHER
the biggest and finest among low-priced cars
THE CLIFTON RECORD, CLIFTON, TEXAS, MAY 4, 1934
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TEXAS STATE DEPT.
OF HEALTH LETTER
Austin,- Texas, May 1.—Diabetics
their urines free from sugar. Coma
comes during acute infections, wheth-
er general, like pneumonia, tonsilitis,
grip, or during loial infections such
Editor-in-Chief ........ Martin Sorenson ,.
Assistant Editor ........ Margaret Hill more of them most every year, stated Another diabetic danger
Campus Editor ............ Pauline Lane! Dr. John W. Brown, State Health Of- grene which most commonly attacks
Asst. Campus Ed...Geraldine Wallace Acer, while speaking of the disease,the feet and
should not die and yet they do and;as carbuncles and abscesses.
Alumni Editors ..............................
Selma Jenson, Mary Ellen Swenson
Music Editor ................ Mathilda Boe
Boys’ Athletic Editor-Otis Pederson
Girls’ Athletic Editor ..Mina Pederson
Feature Editor ............ Harold Loper
Society Editor ........ Anita Obenhaus
often begins with in-
that is known as diabetes. The reason juries to the toes which become sore,
for most of these deaths is that the because they were cut or bruised par-
Courage is a great virtue. We must
have courage. All goes if our courage
goes. What says our glorious Johnson
of courage: “Unless a man has that
virtue, he has no security for pre-
serving any other.” It is our courage
that we should thank our dear crea
tor for; for, if we have courage to
work, courage to meet our troubles
in life, courage to meet our creator
face to face, the rest will come with
The saying is, it takes more cour-
age to l^ve than to die; which is
proved by the fact that many more
men die well than live well. We must
‘have supreme courage if we are to
conquer the tyranny of life and death.
Many men and women of today, and
of days gone by, have lost this vir-
tue of immortality and haye sunk in
to the dark and gloomy Sea of death.
Woe unto the man that has not cour-
age enough to face the world bravely,
■and, on account of the weakened vir-
tue, passes off into the deep abyss of
Oblivion! Let us not permit our cour-
age to fail and we shall win the glory
of this world and that which is to
come. M. P. S.
I MUSIC NOTES
The seniors have started practicing
their class songs. The Chorus has al-
so started practicing their baccalau-
f CAMPUS NEWS
A group of C. C. students drove
rover to Meridian Sunday afternoon
for the “air circus.” At that, our own
C. C. graduate Lt. Lawrence West-
ley of the U. S. Army, although he
probably wouldn’t risk his life hang-
ing by his toes several hundred feet
in the air, can give us all the thrills
Another C. C. senior has a school
for next year. Helga1 Brandwick will
teach at Hitchland, Texas.
This week several groups of stu-
dents and faculty members are go-
ing out to the different schools in
the county on a sort of “good will”
tour. They are presenting varied pro-
Agnett Johnson entertained the
"dorm” boys and girls with a party
■ out at her home on Monday night.
The Juniors are planning an enter-
tainment for the Seniors and faculty
members ■ on Thursday afternoon.
From the looks of the weather a boat
riua would be in order!
The Cars w6n a iomewhar i-flgged
•game with the Turnersville Outlaws i
Saturday by a score of 13 to 2. Both
.of their scores and the majority of
ours were the direct result of a few
well placed unnecessary errors. There
were few clean hits except for drives
by Wallace and Bakke that went for
There is some rustling going on in
an effort to secure a few huskies for
football in recognition of the fact
that a good team is one of the best
methods of increasing the attendance
of a school.
We will probably play the State
Reform school on Saturday of next
week here on the local diamond. This
should be an interesting game because
we have split the preceding two
.games and this plays off the tie. Look
for definite report next week.
It is a hard matter for us to get
games and would play anyone that
sees fit to play us during the coming
Miss Maribel White, ’32, closed a
successful school year at Smith Bend
Louis Powers, ’30, will be back .at
Meridian Creek next year.
Campbell Orbeck, ’24, has been,
employed as a teacher at Mustang
next year. Homer Bronstad, ’28, has
been re-elected as principal of the
school again. This will make Mr.
Bronstad’s fourth year there.
Miss Lila Hoff, 29, visited school
■one day last week.
Misses Vera Hinton, ’29, and Dona
Barnett, were visitors here Tuesday.
J. Justin Jenson has been re-elect-
ed as superintendent of the Barber’s
Hill Consolidated School District-
patient has not studied his disease.
been the diabetic’s greatest danger,
but with the use of insulin it should
now no longer occur. Coma comes be-
cause patients over-eat and break
their diet, and thus neglect to keep
ticularly when they were not clean.
Diabetes is becoming more frequent
because it is a disease chiefly of mid-
dle life and old age and today people
are refusing to die young and so are
living to die old. If one does not die
of tuberculosis or diphtheria, it
leaves more to die of diabetes and'
cancer, and hence the mortality from
these diseases is rising. It is not con-
tagious, it can be controlled by diet
and insulin along with common sense
and exercise, and if you have it youi
know you are in good company be-;
cause so many famous people have;
had it too.
But if you don’t want it, you standi
a good chance of escaping it if in,
middle life you keep your weight at I
what the insurance companies with
their weight tables and life tables
have shown to be the best for long-1
evity, namely a few pounds below the
standard weight for age and height—
in other words above forty years of
age be thin rather than fat.
For about ten years after the first
railway lines were built in the United
States, the tracks were free to any-
one who had a vehicle with flanged j
wheels. Consequently locomotives had
to crawl for hours behind slow teams
and sometimes even had to stop com-
pletely when mules developed stub-
T. C. COSTON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Next door to Corner Drug Store
Telephone: Residence 78
CLIFTON :-: TEXAS
In many States of this country a
person may legally change his name
without application to a court of law
provided there is no fraudulent intent, j
Waco - Dublin - Cisco
SCHEDULE FROM CLIFTON:
LEAVE FOR WACO:
2:20 P. M.—0:30 P. M.
LEAVE FOR CISCO:
8:45 A. M.—5:30 P. M.
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It was a great record of leadership
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making for 1934! Already, sales are tens of thou-
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running higher than that of any other automobile
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after state, comes the same report on registrations:
Chei rolet is leading all other cars!
The big reason for such preference is plainly shown
at the right. Chevrolet lias so manv vital features
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not found in an
be satisfied with any
other low-priced car
80 HORSEPOWER-80 MILES AN HOUR
valve-:n-head six of matchless economy
smooth and safe in any weather
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Compare Chevrolet'* low delivered prices and easy G.M.A.C. terms. A General Motors Value
SAVE WITH A CHEVROLET SIX
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Baldridge, Robert L. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, May 4, 1934, newspaper, May 4, 1934; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth775092/m1/3/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.