The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 24, 1955 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO H-YTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWg MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1958 Food Misinformation Scored by American Dietetic Association By ALLAN MERRITT ST LOUIS (AP) — So you've been skipping meals as a good way to reduce ... or perhaps eating olives and oysters in the belief they'll make you more virile? If so. you're \vasling either your will power or your time, says the American Dietetic Assn. Have you always thought junior needs a'thick steak after a strenuous afternoon on the football field because protein needs are increased with physical activity? Misinformation, say the association's food and nutrition experts. They add that it jusi isn't true. either, that sassafras thins the blood, or that cheese is constipating 1 . These were on a long list of food fallacies drawn up by the association's community nutrition section. The executive board or nssociaton. — — ,. n ,„ in convention here, has resolved to I92 ° ™ 40 iu _ establish a program of providing FREEWHEELING U.S.— the public with sound food and nu- Americans owned 73 per cent of trition information. the world's passenger cars, as '•The national organization wish- of 1954 (latest complete figures.) es to cooperate with its affiliated: That's 48,498,870 out of the state assocations and allied health j world total of 66.643,334. We groups, as well as the public, ini also own nearly half the trucks combatting food misinformation,"! and busses in the world —10.- said Miss Fern W. Gleiser of Chi-1 123,677 out of 21,828,829 or cairo, president of the association. | 46.4 per cent. The nutrtion authorities are appalled by the amount of phony food beliefs swallowed and digested by so many Americans. " Who, for example, doesn't believe that milk, potatoes and bread: of themselves, are fattening—or j that fruit and fruit juices are not; fattening? Why, the members of the Ameri-; can Dietetic Assn.. don't. ; Neither do they accept the old! Mike Sanders, son of Mr. and son, the Rev. William 0. Scroggins. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Saxon. R. C. Mrs. Earl Sanders, entertained 18 young friends Thursday afternoon at his home with birthday party. Bryan, Bill Moore of Memphis, Mr. Halloween »"d Mrs. Ralph Woodruff, Mr, and ; Mrs. H. E. Phillips, following an Games 'were played, followed by ] outing at the lodge the group with . weiner roast A birthday cake ! their daughter. Miss Joanne Laney, with five candles carried out in j drove W Oxford for the game, the Halloween theme. I A tiered chocolate cake with or- j Mrs. Guy Bryant was a guest ange frosting and dancing witches : Thursday when Mrs. Jack Uzzelle and goblins was served with ice; entertained the Town and Country Club at her home in Bassett with a sttjak dinner. Fall flowers docorated Mrs. Uz- y.elle's country home. Mrs. Bryant was high score winner with Mrs. Tal Tongate winning second. Anita Edrington. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edrington. celebrated her fourth birthday Thursday when her mother invited 12 youngsters to their home for lunch which was followed by games, cut-1 He Has Flown All But Blimp SANTA MONICA, Calif. i/P) — "There's just one more thing to fly and that's a blimp. I'm working on that now." So declared James W. Montee— believed to be the nation's oldest flier — after celebrating his 93rd birthday Saturday by taking three generations of his family for a plane ride. Montee, a veteran of 4,000 hours in the air, said he has piloted 53 different types of aircraft, including a Jet. He established Clover Field her* in 1922, ting of the birthday cake and sing-i guests to^ her^ list when she was State College, was home for weekend. W. E. Hunt has been dismissed Mrs. Jim Hyatt added several I from Osceola Memorial Hospital Jap Children Are Just Normal, Survey Reveals j TOKYO (/Pi—Maybe you've heard ' Japanese children are well behaved. Anyway, a poll conducted by Tokyo primary teacher Takefumi Totani among his students shows: . Forty-five per cent of the boys j and 39 per cent of the pirls said i they got frequent spankings at ! home. More girls than boys said i it. made them angry and some said ; they talked back. j Twenty-eight per cent said they : felt lying couldn't be helped. Al- 1 most all said they thought they ! were misunderstood. - ; and is now at his home. ing. j hostess Thursday evening to Club ] 17 at her home. A dessert course i was served. ! Guests were Mrs. Bill Muncie of i Washington. D. C.. Miss Anne Speck of Okinawa, who is visiting her parents in Frenchman's Bayou: Mrs. O. W. Speck of Frenchman's Bayou, Mrs. Melvin Speck and Mrs. Wallace Hoke. Mrs. Horace Moore, Jr.. won hi^n, Mrs. O. W. Speck, second, Mrs. Sam Hodges, bridge. Miss Anne Speck was presented a gift. Jane Withers/ Singer Wed NEWPORT BEACH. Calif. --P> — [ Former child actress Jane Withers ,. land singer Kenneth Errair were ! married yest-erday aboard a yacht. The ceremony was performed by sa'yfn'gs'thaT fish "is brain food, or | the Rev. Sam Allison, pastor of the that fresh pork in summer will i Beverly Hill* Presbyterian Church make one ill, that celery is good I Mrs. David Rose was matron of Mrs. R. J. Gillespie was hostess Thursday to her canasta club. Mrs. Dale Barron was a guest. The group had luncheon at the Semi! nole Club. I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chiles and : Mrs. Chiles' .mother. Mrs. C. L. j Nichols of Keiser, were among ] those attending the Arkansas-Ole i Miss game Saturday. Mrs. Nichols | visited her brother, Walter \Vooi- I en, in Como. Miss., while the Chiles were in Oxford. | Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Parris had I as weekend guests Mr. Farris' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fari ris. Sr.. and his aunt. Miss Margaret Hunt of Booneville, Mo. Mrs. Billy Frazier was hostess • Friday afternoon to her bridge club at her home. Early autumn /lowers decorated) Mrs. Primer's new home. Guests at the club were Mrs. Jim Hyatt. Mrs. E. M. Radcliff and Mrs. Ken- jr REE ROOK—Explains Danley Ray. A dessert course preceded "w ' v . * _ the bridge games. for the nerves, or that garlic pills help our memory. The association's community nutrition section also has drawn up a list of groups responsible for spreading false information about food. The salesman who distorts facts to sell his product and the professional person who fails to keep well-informed and passes on outdated beliefs are on it, along with many others. And so is grandpa. honor. Elmo Glorio of Detroit was best man. This is the second marriage lor the 29-year-oLd actress. She was married to William P. Moss Jr., Texas cattleman, in 1946. They were divorced in 1954. They have three children. Errair, also 29. has not been married previously. He is a member ot the singing group called the "Four Freshmen." R«ad Courier News Classified Ads. BIG CASH SAVINGS AT SAFEWAY EVERYDAY! You can'l judge food savings on advertised "Specials" alone. U is in the seldom-advertised prices where differences really show up. These differences may he small item by item, hut added together they can mean a big saving in your total food bill. Compare Safeway's prices—right down the line. You'll soon discover: Safeway's your best place to save. TUESDAY ONLY! Chef Boy-Ar-Dee RAVIOLI Wilsons with Sauce TAMALES Tin Lb. Jar All Meat Varieties CAMPBELLS SOUPS'°-"16tf Jelio — U's Delicious PUDDINGS 3£25< Jell-Well Instant 2£*37< ST 17* PUDDINGS Aunt Jemima PANCAKE MIX Suzanna — None Finer PANCAKE MIX Sno-White Plain or Iodized TABLE SALT Pure Corn Syrup KARO SYRUP Sleepy Hollow Maple SYRUP DON'T FORGET! Safe way will meet the lowest advertised prirr of every rnmnrtf- tor — item by Item — d«y by day — In Hlylhrvllle. Quality considered. We Reserve (he Ri^hl to IJmil Purchnscs 24 01. Btl. 12 ox. Btl. 26c Mrs. Melvin Lapides is a patient in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and rMs. Earl Sanders and children spent the weekend in Brookhaven, Tenn. Mr. and .Mrs. -Earl Sanders and their daughter. Miss Sylvia Elias. Oxford Saturday and attended the football game. Osceolans were well represented at the Arkansas-Ole Miss e:ame Saturday. Included In the list for special events was the visit to Circle L Lodge of Mr. and Mrs. David Laney at Potts Camp, Miss., when they invited the Rev. George Fai- Mrs. Earl Sanders won high score. Mrs. W. T. Lyttle. second and Mrs. R. D. Mears. low Thursday when Mrs. H : lan Alexander was hostess to her canasta club. Allen Starr, senior at Arkansas Some Causes of— Chronic Ailments ggrs Of Related Ailments NOTICE! Iff U dangerous to lot cow^h from common cold hong on Chronic bronchitis may develop if your cough or chest cold is not treated. Start quick using Creomulsion as directed. 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