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SHOPPING NEWS
(Continued from Page 14)
canned and packaged goods bearing the
Co-op labels! I am told that there is
a complete line of Co-op products or
dered for the new store f At this point
the question arises, 11 Just what is
meant by Co-op products?” The label in
dicates that one or more of the pro
cesses in the journey from producer to
consumer has been operated cooperative
ly. *..v\
As you serve your guests tea, it
would be interesting to tell them that
the Co-op tea is grown, shipped, packed
and distributed by cooperative organiz
ations, This set-up eliminates the
profits of both the wholesale arid re-*
tail transactions, thus bringing it to
us at a more reasonable cost.
More about shopping events next
week.
BOOK REVIEW.
"This is My Story”
Eleanor Roosevelt
Harpers and Sons - $3.00 - 365 pages
"Eleanor wrote every word herself
and anyone who says otherwise is a
fool'!, So Alice Longworth is quoted
as replying to a woman who sought to
curry Alice's favor by suggesting Mrs....
Roosevelt employed a ghost writer.
Eleanor Roosevelt tells in simple,
direct words of her girlhood and mother
hood, She experienced sadness as the
result of her father's illness and her
mother's death.
The self-conscious adolescent, need
ing the companionship of children of
her own age and* feeling the importance
of wearing clothes becoming to her type
and similar to those of her friends,
grows into a woman who realizes she
tGrembfelt Cooperator

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS
On Sunday, November El, Dr* Mixon
of the Federation of Churches conduct
ed the services at the School Auditor
ium. Dr. Mixon gave a fine sermon and
told the children about some of his
experiences a£ missionary among the
Indians in the Southwest;,
Despite the cold weather, the ser
vices were well attended*
Dr* Dodson with the cooperation of
some of the ladies, held Sunday
School services*
Father Fealy of Berwyn presided at
a meeting of the Catholic families on
Tuesday, November 16, at which time
it was announced that tentative plans
were being made to hold Mass on Sun
day, November 28, at 9:00 A*M*, in
one of the class rooms at the school.
It was also announced that Sunday
School will ; be.hold at 8:30 AM* f
‘ before Mass 4 -
. 1 •
Mr. and Mrs* Y. B. Huffman announce
the birth of a baby boy on Saturday,
November 19.
.* * •
•;i . . ,
mt \
*t■ . I
has many things to learn.
Housewives, professional women, and
women whose names appear on the social
register, will all find mutual exper
iences with Mrs. Roosevelt, recorded
in this book.
Mrs. Roosevelt’s autobiography is
a character study which will be of
value as a guide to a conversational
style of writing, as well as an in
sight into the personality of an
American woman* - Dorothy Rider.
November 24, 1937

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