The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on December 13, 1966 · Page 4
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 4

Salina, Kansas
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Tuesday, December 13, 1966
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Josephine Lowman Says; Men Admit They're Figured-Conscious Now Hints from Heloise: Guts off Double Blankets To Fit Her New Twin Beds i{-" '}'•?*.•? •'/£$/ 'I"'^*^^T i 7^^ '' ' •£' '•*•'"" '""^ •' * "T '• *t • ' i '•*<.-'*". • ~ --v •*•• '. • "•*-+• • . , ^ v » ^'^PiMe»' l '^l^M^B^^ '?~'^ %i • • ^Bdl^^V"' i^P .fcltiW^i' '• M^^A eieV^k^bl' V 'fl^Mk '^f ' ' ' I just realized that I have been neglecting the men who read this column, bless them! While thil is a woman's feature, many men read it because I write about many subjects •which interest men as well as women, even weight control. A few years back, men were loathe to express an interest in los; ing weight, because in their minds it car! tied the stigma of improving the figure, and such vanity was not to be tolerated by any real man. I never understood why men thought they looked any better with a bay window than their wives did with Lowman ADVERTISEMENT WHY PAY MORE? NOTHING BEATS ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN for strength, spetd, gentleness a protruding abdomen. Anyhow things have changed. Now men know, that if they wish to lake preventative measures against the number one threat to them, heart attack, losing those extra pounds is essential. Women see'm to have built-in protection against heart trouble until after menopause. Then they are about as susceptible because of the change*in the production of female hormones. Lose Weight When a man wishes to lose weight he has to do just what a wrman does, cut' down on food intake, count calorie's. However, a man needs more calories when reducing than a woman because of his larger stature, about 600 calories more a day as a general rule. He must curtail his intake of carbohydrates and fats and take smaller servings of everything. Skim milk instead nf whole mi'k, brpjled or baked foods instead ot fried foods, herbs and lemon juice as seasoning instead of rich sauces, fruits for dessert instead of pie, are the order of the day. What is happening in the re ducing world is reflected in the letters I receive from readers. Now men seem willing to admit that they are interested in regaining the lean torso as well as in protecting their health. Of course, exercise also is an important part of a reducing routine. The man who has led a sedentary life and is unaccustomed to exercise should check with his doctor first. For a short reducing period, many men prefer cutting their carbohydrate intake to 60 carbohydrate grams a day to counting calories. This seems simpler and cvilows them many foods they like which would otherwise be prohibited. If you would like to have my "Carbohydrate Gram Counter" send 15 cents and a stamped, self - addressed envelope with your request for it. THERE MAY BE NO INCURABLE DISEASES. . Not long ago killer diseases like small pox diphtheria, typhoid, tuberculosis or polio took countless lives. Now their p'erlls can be avoided by cei-tam precautions and preventive medicines. Somedny, in the not too distant future, a cure will be discovered for every disease. All over the earth research scientist's • are experimenting with both old and new drugs and chemicals. As. soon as they are approved for safe use, we stock them, so'that we can fill any physician's prescriptions. There is hope for pres. eut incurables. The next "miracle" drug may be the Messing they are looking for. YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a medicine. Pick up your prescription If BhoppJng nearby, .or we will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions. Moy we compound and dispense yours? • LOW'S DRUG STORE We Guarantee Prompt, Courteous, Professional ' Prescription Service FREE DELIVERY tnn \ Ran fa Pe , Phono TA S4056 FOR YOUNG ELEGANCE \ v *V»X^ \>*WO ^V\*- x * iV^^X*^ ^">/ T <y# A'*yj;*i/V f GOWN .... PAJAMAS . . SJ2 Frosted with eyelet....a cotton flanelette printed especially for Lanz Red or Green flowers on white. SML, THE CRICKET SHOP lower level store at 883 Laura Wheeler Easiest smocking ever! Make elegant pillows in new way in satin, velveteen. New I Easiest smocking en reverse of fabric, gathering stamped circles. Pattern 883: transfer of bolster end round, both 13H"; square 14%". Thirty-five centi In coins tor each pattern — artd 15 cents for each pnt- lei-n (or lut-clnss mailing an*! special nnnilllng. Bend to Laura WHeeier T!ie Sauna Journal. 368 Nuedlecrntt Dopt. Box J61, Old Chelsea Station. New York. N.Y. 10011. Print I'nttern Number. Name. Address, zip. 19S7 SUCCESS I our new Needle- oratt Catalog Bpacltlcs with the Best ot Everything — Emnrlcst knit, crooner fashions, toys, j-lito. 200 designs. 3 free pattern!. Hurry, send 26c. 12 Unique Qulltg from famous American museums. Send 800 (or MUBOlim 3ullt Book No. 2. Value! Quilt Book No. 1 — sixteen complete patlerns. By Hetoise Cruse • Dear Heloise: Recently t I bought twin beds to replace a double. To provide blankets lor the smaller beds, I simply cut off the sides of all my wool blank, ets (with a pair of scissors) to fit the new twin beds, and found the wool did not :,i%, rave!. '%$ • With the Heloise sewing machine, I double - stitched the comforters along one edge, and also cut them off with the scissors. . It cost me nothing but my time. . .and I couldn't have used the double blankets and corn- JPRINTED PATTERN 4638 12J4-22V4 by Anne Adams We're definitely 0 N E- SIDED — in favor of this sleek step - in with the standaway band neckline that's young and flattering. Sew it now. Printed Pattern 4638: Half Sizes 12%, 14V4, IGVi, 18Vi, 20'/4, Z2V*. Size 16ti takes 3Vt yards 45-inch fabric. FIFT* CENTS In coins for each pattern — sdd 15 cents (or each pat. tern (or (Irst-class mailing ar.i. special handling. Send to Anne Artama, care o[ 384, Tho SaUna Journal. Pattern Dept., 243 West nth St.. New Vorls N.V. 10011. Print NAMK, AIHJHEHS with ZIP, SIZE and SJ'VLB NUMBER. FALL'S 130 BEHT DESIGNS — lively school, Eport .career, glamor fitylej. nl\ size*, extra features In new Fall- Winter Pattern Cataiop. Clip coupon In Catalog — choose one free pattern Send SQc. Give LENOX holiday gifts to the home you love best, yours! Traditional beauties .. .the Holiday Party Platter and Bowl will delight you and your guests. Hand-decorated with vivid green holly leaves and bright red berries... trimmed with 24-karat gold ... from our wonderful collection of lovely Lenox Gifts. Holiday Party Platter $15.95 Holiday Party Bowl $10.95 SOS North Bant* Pe Serving Salina Over 30 Yean Mrs. Gladys Grkllcy our Rcfiistcm! Bridal Consultant, la always rendy to assist you. Mrs. aridity's specialty Is to Help plan your complete chlnn, Crj'stnl & 5i)vw trousseau MATtOMAl MIBAl SMVtd forters anyway! Selma Harrison Thanks for your wonderful moneysavlng Idea, Selma'. Sheets and mattress pads may also be utilized by altering them to fit the twin beds. Heloise * * * LETTER OF LAUGHTER Dear Ileioise: 1 know the . answer to making dirty dishes disappear; WASH THEM IMMEDIATELY! Oma Kay * * * Dear Heloise: My 3-year-old couldn't distinguish between her children's phonograph records, and required my help in identifying them. I drew a tiny picture on the label of each record that repre- sens the particular song. One might paste small pictures cut from magazines if drawing is too difficult. For instance, a cat could stand for "Pussycat, Pussycat", etc. Now she plays her records all alone. Gayle CranCord * * * Dear Helois; I have an 8 inch by 20 inch aluminum - coated. asbestos hot pad that I couldn't do without. (It cost less than $1.) I often use it as a shield — standing it behind the frying pan on the back burner to keep the wall grease-free. It also is handy to put over the two front burners that I rareSy use (because of the children running by and possibly grabbing a simmering pan). It not only keeps those two burners free from dust and dirt, but also provides extra space' for big spoons, basters. etc. In fact, I have been so pleased with this hot pad that I bought another one same si2e, and will use the two of them for covering the four burners when not in use. How about that? D. Gsell I think that's one of the coolest hot pad ideas yet. Thanks a million, D. Heloise * * * Dear Heloise: I use a square of nylon net to wash the soap dish in the tile wall. You should see how it removes the buiit-up s«ap. Works quickly, and no soaking is necessary. I also use this net for washing lavatory basin'and bathtub — cleans quickly. H.K.C. * * * Dear Heloise: I used to dread the night before trash day — straightening a pile of disorderly newspapers, and hunting around for string to tie them up with. I thought of keeping a large, open grocery bag in the pantry. Now, as thq papers are read I just fold the large ones, leave the compacts as they are, and slip them into the upright bag. They fit perfectly. When one bag is full, I start another. It's been a godsend. It's easier for the collector to pick up, too, and they do not blow down the street. On trash day, all I need do is carry out the bags of neatly fojded papers. No muss ~ no fuss. Evelyn Sweeney Letters to Heloise should be sent to her in care of King Features Syndicate, 235 E. 45th St., New York, N. Y. 10017 Sharon Louise Pacey Pacey Hauck MILTONVALE — Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Pacey announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon Louise, to Bobbie Hauck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hauck, also of Miltonvale. The bride - to - be, a graduate of Miltonvale high school, is majoring in elementary educa- ton at Miltonvale Wesleyan college. Mr. Hauck was graduated from Miltonvale High and Mil- tanvale Wesleyan college. He is a junior majoring in mechanical engineering at Kansas State university, Manhattan. No definite wedding date has been set. For ALL Kansas People FARM BUREAU INSURANCE DEVVAIN M. BOTTGER 807 E. Prcsrott Rood Salina, Knnsns LIFE - AUTO - FIRE Family Plans Retirement — Mortgage Savings — Education $10.00 Deductible Car, Truck, Tractor, Combine Crop — Hail Homeowners • Farm Master Boat •— Liability Prompt Claim Service V ! X* JT.EFEL DOWNTOWN S A l_ I N A Sticfel'9 Main Floor — Shoe Srlon NIGHTS 8:30 'TIL CHRISTMAS Hanes creates a gift box in glistening red and goldrlt's Florentine design is as traditional as Ch.ristmas. In the true spirit of the holiday, give the loveliest of girts, Hanes e::quisite nylons. Stlefel's Main Floor — Hosiery "Basic Beauty" in Crepe Chara ... of acetate and rayon. Dress it up . . , or dress it down . . . it's completely wearable for 'most all occasions. Fabric bonded to acetate for its own slip . . . easy-into long back zipper. Black, sizes 14y 3 to 24i/o. $26°° OLIMAKt* Stlefol's Second Floor — Dress Simp Lovely East-West Clutch ... for the gal who loves nice things. This one closes simply like a coin purse, comes in gold, black or alabaster. $16°° Stiofel's Main Floor — Accessory Aisles Town & Country Pi ck S p^ty pas teis in beautiful lustre calf 4 it's a glowing new look for the holidays, resort wear and on into spring . . . see the glow of pink, palo blue, pale yellow, alabaster and gold in our lustre calf T & C collection . . . eighteen dollars W IMTO W H SALINA *ife&&*^^

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