Mrs .Hummer Speaks on Exercises "The 'yes and no' exercise in weight control is one of the most effective," stated Mrs. Ronald Hummer when speaking on Exercises" Monday night for the Epsilon Iota chapter of Epsilcn Sigma Alpha. "When foods are high in protein, nod your head 'yes' when they are placed before you," she advised, "But when foods high in carbohydrates are placed before you, shake your head 'no.' " She quoted form the Royal Canadian Air Force Exercise Plans for Physical Fitness. She said that the major purpose of weight control is to reduce the amount of fat on the body and to increase the amount of muscle. "You know how you feel," she said, "but everyone else knows how you look." Mrs. P.C. Mi=hel, 1909 Chesterfield, assisted by Mrs. Melvin Fry were the co-hostesses for the 11 attending. President Mrs. Richard Henry presided for the business session. Mrs. Michel was'chosen as candidate for the outstanding ESA girl this year. Attending the Zone 11 meeting at Ulysses were Mrs. Robert Goss, Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Michel. Others attending the Monday meeting were Mines. Dallas Enslow, Earl Pile, Ray Shaarmire, John Gies, Dale Berry, Norman Staats. Mrs. John Riggs, Sr. Stresses Good Books Mrs. John Riggs, Sr., Holcomb librarian, was guost speaker Tuesday night for the Alta Brown P-TA. "Choosing Books for Children" was the topic of her talk. She stressed the importance of getting good books for children and displayed a large selection of children's books. A humorous promotional skit was given by Mrs. Ralph Patterson, Mrs. George Armantrout, Mrs. Clifford Mayo and Mrs. Udbert Fenton. Special musical selections were given by Mark Roberts and Nancy Yardley who played accordion ducts and Rodney Joyce who played a trombone solo. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Max Goldsberry. President Mrs. Clifford Mayo conducted the business seesion. Plans were made to sell sweatshirts and T-shirts with Alta Brown printed on thorn 'for a money making project. Kindergarten mothers were hostesses for the social hour. A unique 43-year-old fall centerpiece owned by Mrs. John Nolan centered the refreshment table. This was a wagon filled with straw and pumpkins pulled by turkeys, largely fashioned from crepe paper. Page 9 €>ar<l<»n City Telegram Saturday, October 13, 1962 CROSSWORD - - - By Eugene Sheffer (7. Zfo 32. 40 22. IS 33 13 30 47 2.3 4-3 30, 10, •34 17 43 10 44- (I HORIZONTAL 1. feline 4. quarrels 0. expire 12. beverage 13. Jury U. writing: fluid 16. dancer 17. consumed 18. scum 10. weathercock 21. deadly 23. shtp'a officer 26. erect 27. task 28. note in scale 29. sin 30. frugal 31. Turkish cap 82. toward 33. degraded 34. heal 35. races 87. dimmed 38. suggestion 89. cooking utensils 40. legume 41. editors 46. single unit 47. sprightly 48. ratite bird 40. through. 50, cords 51. snakelike fish VERTICAL 1. type of auto 2. wing 3. communU cations satellite 4. charm 5. role 6. blackbird 7. number Answer to yesterday's puzzle. ElgjE|DliE?[AJv[E| BBS @a@aa aam |S|N|A|PBMT|(?I I lElDBBvil C R[AlT|EfPBlSlPlA.|R| M kUeM i]rpJE L A|T|E] [Arr|E|NilM|O|LlE|SlTlE|g| AV«I*K« Urn* of solution: 19 mlomttt. (O IMS, King VMturu Synd., Inc.) 8. bondage- 9. Italian goddesa 10. meddle 11. supplement 16. prevarlcatoi 20. solemn wonder 21. worries 22. phonographic Instrument 23. deceives 24. conservative 25. stunned 27. small talk SO.baaio 31. repulsive 33. transgress 34. Jargon 88. traveler 37. step* 89. cover 40. small explosion 42. Hebrew priest 43. clangor 44. fish egg« 45. salt F N C Q N C T H Y Q HO CKZCXd FCYQXNMLO MY* TKLPPXNXF DHQDZOIO. Yesterday's Oryptoqulp! CANDID FANS FROWN AFTER FORWARD PASS IS INTERCEPTED. "Special education" will be ft..tured toy Ted Smith, school psychologist, at the Nov. 13 meet-' ing at 7:30 p.m. at the Alta I Brown school. Our , ame RANDALL LEE is the name selected by Mr. and' Mrs. Clarence Mader, 1301 Conard, for their son born Oct. 4. BILLIE ROGER was chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Bill L. -Higgs, Scott City, as the name for their j son born Oct. 3. ROBERT LOUIS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Romaldo C. Munoz, 201 S. 10th, was born Sept. 28. ERIC NELSON is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Harrington, 305Vis Anderson. His birthday is Sept. 29. KEVIN RAYGENE was selected by Mr. and Mrs. Larry Grantham, 310 Washington , as the name for their son. His birthday is Sept. 24. DARTLAND LEROY is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L. Dearden, Scott City, for their son born Sept. 29. THEODORE ALLEN was selected by Mr. and Mrs. Allen T. Unruh, Deorfcld, as the name for their son born Oct. 4. TODD SCOTT is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Weiscr, 1006 N. Gth. H € was born Oct. 2. SANDRA LYNN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Haverfield, 501 N. 1st, was born Oct. 4. CINDEE ANN was chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. -Johnson, 504 N. 3rd, as the name for their daughter. Her birthday is Oct. 4. DARRIN LINN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Chilton, 508 N. 4th, has an Oct. 2 birthday. Bofl Elea Miss Matza New Regent Miss Lorraine Matza was elected Regent for the Daughters of Isabella at the icnday night meeting in St. Mary's basement. Other officers elected h.-!ude Mrs. John Talley, vice-regent; Mrs. Lester Hahn, past regent; Mrs. David Lobmever, recording secretary; Miss Shirley Brungardt, financial secrctar. ; Miss Catherine Bayer, treasurer; Mrs. Victor Hahn, third trustee; Mrs. George Herron, second trustee; Mrs. Mike Rupp, first trustee; Mrs. Joe Bayer, custodian; Mrs. Herman Lang, monitor; Mrs. Wendle Meier, inner guard; Mrs Wendlin Schrcrbvogc.:, outer guard; Mrs. Joe Bender, i/.._.i- cellor; Mrs. Verna S " a j e r, scribe; Mrs. Ben Llnenbtrger,' organist; Mrs. Ed Knoll and Miss Almcda Wittman, guides; and bearer. A joint installation of officers is planned with neighboring circles as guests on Nov. II in the church basement at 3 p.m. Regent Mrs. Hahn conducted the election and business session for the 48 members attending. Hostesses were Mmes. John Dopier, George McCarthy, Jack Purcell, John Holland, Robert Katz, Julius Appelhans and Miss Bayer. The hostess gift was received by Mrs. Knoll. Todays Mothers Club Hears Panel Sixteen members of Todays Mothers Club heard a panel discussion on schools and social activities Wednesday night given by Mrs. Duane Hayes and Mrs. Bryce Rodarck. Points emphasized concerned programs on TV, censoring of movies and 'are modern children being pushed too much?' Discussion ensued and members decided it's best to let children be cliil- clrcn. Hostess for die evening was Mrs. Virgil Raffely, 1704 Pinecrest, who was assisted by Mrs. Marvin Hammon. Plans, were made for a Hobo parly with husbands as guests, Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. with Mrs. Robert John, 1107 Bancroft. Mrs. VenJohn Ad vizis Plans For Home Needs "Make a plan for your needs" Mrs. Paul VenJohn said Tuesday when discussing home furnishings for 12 members of the Bea- cqn Light IIDU. Mrs. Arllvur Brinkmeyer, Imperial Rt, was hostesfi and showed the guests through her new home. Conducting ttic business session was President Mrs. Mark Jameson. Officers were elected and Mrs. L.M. Largcnit is next president; Mrs. G.B. Mayo, vice-president; Mrs. Brinkmeyer, secretary; Mrs. Clifford Mayo, treasurer and Mrs. VenJohn, reporter. The frozen foods lesson will be given by Elsie Brandien, County Home Economics Agent at the Nov. 7 meeting in the 4-H build- ng at 1:30 p.m. — WCTU Rummage Sale, Satur day, Dickinson Building. —13 Bob Dole believes: This country was not built by LIMITING production. If was built by creating on atmosphere In which free men could thrive and prosper. Future growth and prosperity depends upon wide distribution of the blessings of a free society through education, research and training. VOTE FOR BOB DOLE, Republican for Congress. Dolo for Congrats Committee McDill Boyd, Chairman (Pol. Adv.) REMODEL YOUR BASEMENT! / 1 lc~^Ttll End your family "growing pains." Let us convert your unused basement into the room you want ... at an amazingly low price! Call us for a free estimate now! 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