Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 5, 1930 · Page 3
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Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, June 5, 1930
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' * hav. 1 •fty llfefy W* hive ' tl ° n ' M •* In tHlij dfifcussbn/.w* have ^of'sAld .anything, *oout v ,tK« .important aeftsa- tldhs of .hunger v atid ifTpetlfo which lead tn to tak* food Into the ihouth. Hunger ftni ftppfttlt* are often used as - gynohomous terms, but they ar« realty ttot at alt the aaftu thing and yet bdth fc have a pftrt 1 in. tntf ^natt«r ot proVld- -' ing our body machine with the pC6per amfcutit 6t fuel. ( - x > • J Hunger'/may be a sensation BO peremptor^ that Men commit, crime'to It and yet it 1* wnsation .which many o< u«, HvinTf air we do Vnere f66d is plentiful, have never felt / erely. We oftefc remark,' "Oh, I am so hungry, I could eat anything" What w« actually theatuls that We 1 have an appetite for food. f- Hunger is a physicaf-condltlon which \ now,is generally agreed to be caused \ by a lowering,of the sugar content of the blooft > Which shows itself in "pangs" In the stomach, This has been a theory for some time and the use of insulin has proved It to be based on fact. If « little irtpre Insulin, than Is needed is given, the patient will suffer pangs of hunger more or less severe with the si*e of the dose. This is also the reason why^sweets will appease hunger (julckly. Sugar is absorbed sd quickly into thp^WMd stream. In thlfc case hunger as^well as appetite are affected. , i" • Appetite Is really a physiological condition. It Is pleasant where huqger Is unpleasant. Hunger, is caused ***'" by. the'decrease of blood sugar, lite / hifld, ft' tW»"^8Uid""i^*in" Vfn^iWttr U.. few* nwtefl&t Bttufrtiofi o* thV lift tttA JPuDD%f InJffltliActurltl^JCDfiftpBnlwS Wftfr ^ AdMi^ IM 1 ^ 41 All Wearing 6ut tlte* tliift «Vef b*- fofe. *h«re are aroiind fcM»H$&& eln in thU country alone. *H««fe"niachines Wilt feaulre replacement!, wltftlft th* n«kt y/ftf, In alt probaWlliy* V s *he ftUrtbef of tires to be f^ptaced Is problematical, but Certainly casings would be a^onserVatlV* estimate for this demand. ' * * -< f The automobile industry tew It matt ind ft teaehW. ihe 6t ty skftd blend, otdd ,Mllk and salt. P«ttr over slices,«f~fr*shly-made toast,, dust With paprllfi' and pla<?e & ring of •" "' H each piece'6f t«*Bt. Peach Puddlnf. 1 quart sliced peaches, Hsst! a to the wise outdoor . Ul .tnk department J 'herVsay Jt is tott «ooh m succ-Ws of tftllUre, t at*JdtnkitL»A dhktlAK •Mil rakMttw J9r FuDDcr wnicn wil! ^^p**, *o wm ItitfTcat* whether thsiaappfcl 1 Mollday w)U-Observed Or hot, * , , It W krtowh that most Jf th« 1«gfc companies observed the resWletlons, td, tfn&tf ffetffit ol th* IHIT usual fwtriethi* th* * Hesffl uis ffie a but rub* nl*d on sudd*ttiy found that they could h6t<*fln their datnahds at a low pfice, frfifrtiu they hid to sell their* tires in fiorrtpetltton continuation o low bfr hi&nu«U!ttfr«r| h aituatloftg ffefo . s\igaf. .. cup water, Grated orange peel. ,, • tiiscult dough, 7 Fill a deep 'pudding dish with the paacheSii/Add^the sugar, orange peel and water and cook four minutes on top of the Stove. Place small biscuits on top of the fruit and bake in a hot oven (460 degrees Fahrenheit;) ten to twelve live Minutes. appetite may be stlrtUlated by odor; taste or eveir memories:. of these- as pleasant In the past. It We are abcus- tomed to eat, our "meals at regular intervals we probably feel " hunger slightly and appetite to a greater ex^ tent at the usual meal, time unless we have stimulation to appetite. Children must be trained to develqp appetite for the right foods, This has to be done easily without signs of a struggle, which may mal£e'a child associate unpleasant sehsutiops- with particular foods. A 'dislike 'Of foods may be connected with association as well as with odor, appearance, taste, texture or satiety at somer".time .which may have had undesirable consequences; . » ,. '-.'••• ,(..'. Usually children can'be trained to eat and like the necessary foods.if these points are taken into consideration. A normal • appetite ls-,a great asset to the maintenance of, bodily health. ••.-'•'•-.' , . - - • •; A . - . Occasionally we flnd^aome one with an abnormal appetite. This Is usually caused by some^cpndltlonvof ill health, such as diabetes in the v first . stage, obesity, certain digesUyeidfs- .turbances, tape worm and a malignant growth on the brain. These ate all 1 matters for the attention of a physician/ |-who should be asked to diagnose any Frozen Cocktail. 1 cup boiling water. 1 glass crabapple jelly. Orated rind two oranges. ^ 1% cups otange juice, ''vcup lemon juice. ; • cup Sugar. .''..-. , Pour boiling watef over Jelly and stir until dissolved. Cool. Add orange rind; orange and lemon juice and sugar. rMix well. Pour into a freezer, pack/wlth eights parts ice and one part salt. Freeze and serve as a first course for luncheon 6r-dinner. (Cpoyrtgiit, 1930, by,tho fiell Syndicate.), • , HEAftS SENATOR REED. Miss Ada Smith, register of deeds in the city engineer's office, attended the commencement exercises at Wash : ington and Jefferson college, Washington, Pa., this week, where'her brother, \telVln Smith; Was graduated. Serfator David A. Reed delivered the.commence- ment address i and the college conferred ,an honorary .'degree upon him. He spoke 'Of the naval disarmament conference in London, to which he was one of the delegates, i ul case where there is the symptom of "^abnormal appetite. , '.•'• >,• • A growing boy may sometimes seem < to his parents; to have an abnormal appetite, but he'actually needs more food through the adolescent period than the father: who needs only enough food to maintain his body in a healthful condition. / ' ; ' , ... The young girl on the contrary often; needs to have her appetite' stimulated. This can be done by particularly dainty foods and perhaps:by: the addition of an extra amount", of some^wmrce of vitamin B. '...'• . Recipes to perk up lagging appetitles: Pimento Toast. • . 4 tablespoons butter. 4 tablespoons flour. 2 cups scalded milk. % teaspoon salt.' V Paprika. .«•' ' ,' •: ••, i . 6 Slices toast. . . ' . , 1 pimento. "•, 'Melt the gutteri> in | saucepjan,: Banish Those Pimples I^ight Now to: see a fellow with good-looking features—but his whole appearance is ruined by a pimply face? piei»ple:,shun' ;: liim^those ugly blemishes are so disgusting to them, girls even, hate to dance with him. ' HOW''would you like to have a per- sibj».;.«i^r l ife*you, "Tomorrow morning When Jou wake 1 up you will notice that, your -pimples .have started to disappear—In three' days they'll be gone— In a week ^you'll have a clear, velvety slMh'." 1 /""' .'..'• "" . . '.'•'', " • This Is exactly what .Peterson's Ointment offers' you and if your 'skin isn't marvelously cleared your money will : b«i returned. , • ' . ' .Thursey Pentecost of , Springfield, Tonn,, says: "I had used several kinds of Ointment but they-did, not help. J used Peterson's S or 4 times and my face was at last cleared.of pimples." .•Put your-faith in, Petersort'a Ointment 'and, be free from pimples • and blackheads in a week's time—one 36 add | cent box will prove it—all" drugstores. Mary Brian, famous Paramount star, selected this superb chair height model for her personal boudoir. Oar exclusive Crest Design is produced in genuine Tarso Marquetry Inlay set off by fancy rnonMing- Ezterior, American Walnut. A regular 360 v'ajue. During this sale . only r- Hollywood Vanity FREE /ith every Cedar C^hest pur- based at this special sale. . 1 Delivers (•* & HARRY J. KERLIN CO. 900 EigblH Ave. F. A. Romich, Mgr, H ANDS calloused from golf . . . lips chapped by the wind ... necks and ^nosfeS sunburned and freckled ... here's how to j-epairihis damage. Lay ma stock of "Vaseline" Petroleum Jelly.'At home 6n the dressing table. At the club in your locker. And apply it freely. _ For example: If the hands are calloused or rough and chapped; or too dry, or sunburned, or the! cuticle is inclined to form hangnails, massage them with a generous \amount of. "Vaseline" Jelly before retiring and wear soft gloves to bed. If lips are chapped, apply "Vaseline" Jelly every, time you think of it. It is obtainable everywhere, in tubes and jars. \ These are simple, easy things to do. Do try them. Your looks s will benefit enormously;. Open the do s ws...letinthe rainbow's coldts t f ^ Jiffy-Namcl it made in all the modern colon and can be mixed to,make an infinite number bfrdelightful tintrand thadei. i It is applied eaiily and y driei quickly, leaving a smooth, hard, durable finish. Look around the home and practically every object you see including all wood-work may be improved, preserved and beautified with JIFfY-NAMEL. Don't keep on living in ditmal, dreary* rooms. Jiffy-Namel ; the eloom out and the sunshine in! Do it now—your dealer V will help you in your selection. ' ' ^ *" ,, / V ' I " ' Stop In and u»k for.l''RKK Booklet. B-4. \ll about ''Color In 'Modern Decoration." ,. ^. \ ' \ I Sold' In Altoona by r ' "-«/ i n r L j. A c^ /'i » \ J 7th Ave. & 7th St. ^W. I. Dougherty & Son (2 stores) < 11 no i i*u c* ' ' I T 11UO IIIO 31. George Myers ., 1419 Fourth St. JGeorgfe'E. Morrow & Co. 1615 8th Ave. , tUbft«f IS tttifig p#6dticM or not. it Sunday Excursion by Specidi Train and ' Steamboat "Washington" . ^ to Rock Spring Park, W. Va. ' Mid Betrifn JUNES, 1930 Spwtel »«ln l8»*#§ AHpona «.M A. M. conneethi* at HoeHniei', Pa., with uteamef for (td-mlls ttit on the Ohio River, HeMfiMnif ipectal < trtln leaves RMhetMt «.8« F. M. 7 d $3.50 ncladln( itoamer fare. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD fMMtltlnftt h«* had errwt* **'**!» I waft «tfd -rabfi«r. OarfMft RB fOT manmVa TlwWRI ftnCQtJR ftfv M WBt*, FRESH FISH Guaranteed Fre»h from the Atlantic Delicious In Flavor • , • f • ••• . . • . No Bon**— No W*«e - ' j ' * Penn Alto Salmon Tall Ca^ 18c . 4 T, Argo Red Salmon Tall Can, 29C ! GqOD HOSIERY MEANS "MERVILLE" HOSIERY* ROS. A f IITON SIBLCY PROD \ BEFORE YOU BUY — OF A V .-•-.••.' . -" ' •• ' GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR has paid for service WIIMP^^ GENERAL ELECTRIC HICT«JC COMWiBCIAI. IHCTIIC MIIK Exclusive G»E- Display at J. E SPENCE STORE 1400 12th Ave, Phone 4191 KLINE Summer In New Fashions . Frilly frocks with flounces, drapes and fuffles; Ensembles with Eton or short jackets of long coats; and breezy sports frocks. v-,:»*»« t Mi*»e*\Size* 14 to 20 Women'* Size* 36 to 42 Extra Sizes 42 to SO . ""^ "Kline Brw.— Second Women's Newest - •• •' •• • _ ^ i . . White Coats Basket Weave, Waffle Cloth^ Novelty Flannels ^$^ $1 A £5 Every smart woman and miss is planning to wear them—wherever they go., ' Kline Bros^Second floor. Boys' 4-Piece Suits $ $10.00 and $12.50 Grade Made of long wearing wool fabrics in fancy cheviots, cassimeres, and tweeds, smart loose fitting, single breasted coat. Two pair plus four golf knickers, full lined, taped seams, light and medium shades, Sizes for boys 7 to 16 years. JKIlne Bros.— Third Floor. Especially Created For Summer Wardrobes The«e Warner Filmy Thin Foundation $2.98 $3,50 A foqndalion of tome spi is vitally necesjary to giyt the smooth correctly moldet' line. We have "CoweJettes' to fit every type of figure. Aba side hoolfcgircHes. Win* Bnw^a«HMd Vtaw. Women's Full Fashioned Silk Hosiery $1,00 Full fashioned pure thread silk hosiery made with the new French Heel, A complete assortment of all the new colors including white. Misses' Ankle Sock*, 25c Rayon and lisle ankle socks, in plain colors and fancy patterns, white, 'green, tan, blue, pink, yellow and red. All sizes 6 to 10. Junior and Misses' Hosiery, $Cte Junior shaped hosiery aud misses' fine ribbed hosiery, in all the new summer shade* ip- cbdiug wiiite. Men's Sb Boys ; Polo Shirts t 85c $1.J5 - jersey knit Polo Shirts, |: ; a large assortment of ptaiV ; colors and coatrastiitf eoUat. Red, orange, blue, gieen «BI white. All sizes 24 to 44. HHnfl Bn*.—Mate nMF> Suit Cases $3.98 Made 24 aud 26 long, straps all around!, i leather coruei taJBts, s&i handle, goxyj M£ *O catches. Mad* ol ami brown 6bw»

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