The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 18, 1958 · Page 18
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 18

Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, December 18, 1958
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If AUSTfN (Minn.) HEftAlb trfvrta'oy, toe. 18, 1958 ALL BALLED UP — Balancing neatly on one leg, a Crane tucks its head among its feathers at a zoo in Chessington, England. Could be the bird is shy, or else just doesn't like to be photographed. Boyle Offers Tips on Living; Hits Fat Food By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - Things a columnist might never know if he didn't open his mail: Some doctors now estimate that if Americans would cut their intake of fat foods by 25 per cent, -• the number of heart deaths could be cut In half within 20 years. At one time, Turks and Arabs reckoned their wealth by the number of fat ladies they kept in their harems. Problems With Vision Did you know that 80 per cent of U.S. drivers aged 60 or more have problems with their vision? Which reminds us of a recent query by Robert Q. Lewis: "Has anyone heard about the flea trainer who became an elephant trainer—because his sight was failing? Although peopls are marrying younger, they don't necessarily plunge headlong into wedlock. More than 87 per cent of marriages are still preceded by an engagement period, and 62 per cent of the engagement rings are given at Christmas. j T» Avoid Fires One way to avoid fires Is to go to church. Last year dturches had only 1.05 fires per hundred buildings, compared to 2.65 for colleges .and 5.6 for restaurants and taverns. Don't worry if your child Is left- handed. Left-handed people are legendarily superior in brain power to the right-handed. The French celebrate St. Catherine'! Day on Nov. 25, when every young seamstress in Paris goes on a citywide husband hunt. Optimist Defined I rather like this definition by Grace Downs, who runs an air hostess school: "An optimist is a guy who figures when his shoes wear out hell be back on his feet." Working women get fewer skin diseases than do men, even on identical jobs. Remember Typhoid Maryf Now there are 2,500 U.S. typhoid carriers who are insulated or isolated against social contacts, to keep them from creating epidemics. To Be Hypnotized Contrary to popular opinion, the better adjusted and less neurotic you are, the more easily you can be hypnotized, Ever wonder how far a jackrabbit can leap in a single hop? The answer: 15 to 20 feet. It was Premier David Ben- Gurion of Israel who predicted: •'If we can go through the next 20 years without a world war, ha inanity will enter « new era of universal peace." NicoUus Copernicus, « 16th century Palish astronomer, decided teat the centuries-old theory oa the earth's relationship to the heavens was in error. He. concluded that the earth, lUeU * tiny part or the univers^ not only rotated on it* axil, but also, with otter planet*. moy«ct around the sun. This theory was to startling that * statement accompanied it sayutf that it had no claim to lad but was only oo« man'* idea. Today Copernicus' the- is th< foundation ej the "Food for Thot . . . About Food" By Glttt Nelson The midnight snack ... frequently depicted in the comic strips, and on act which most of us are guilty of from time to time actually has a special significance ... It is a sign of a plentiful and prosperous Am-» erica. Yes, the midnight snack symbolizes how fortunate we Americans are. We have everything we need in abundance. Enough for more . . . much more . . . than the customary "3 square meals a day". We live in a healthy, happy land. In many other countries people are not so fortunate. Glen Talks About Midnight Snacks Now, at the holiday time we pray for the continued health and prosperity of America and Americans, and, we also have a special thought- - and prayer for those In troubled lands ... we hope In the coming year, they too, will taste the fruits of peace and prosperity which we enjoy. NOBBEST GRADE A - OVEN BEADY TURKEYS All Sites 8 Lbs. te 22 Lb. LB. SMALL, SHORT SHANK - SMOKED PICNICS HORMEL'S DAIRY-FLAVOR BACON 4 to- 6 Lb. •Average 39 We will roost and stuff your turkey for Christmas I p ^m ^v Day . . . Call our LD * "^ " Delicatessen HORMEL'S DAIRY-FLAVOR SAVER - HORMEL'S VERY BEST De P*- for De *<»'l« BAc "'""'• LB. PKG. Choice, Lean Loin End PORK ROAST 59' Country Style PORK MBS Lots of Lean Meat on These Ideal for Bar-B-Q or Boiling 'A to 1 Lb. Average LB FLAME BOON NELSON'S HOMEMADI GERMAN COUNTRY STYLI BRATWURST SAUSAGE tency PRODUCE SNO-BOY - U.S. NO. 1 COFFEE 2-Lb. Tin $1.49 1-LB. CELLO BAO BOlPl BRACK'S - ALL VARIETIES CHRISTMAS I NEW CROP - HOLIDAY BRAND FANCY LB. BAG FANCY, FRESH SLICING SNO-BOY DELICIOUS APPLES CUCUMBERS NUTS WALNUTS OR MIXED NUTS NORTHERN TISSUE ASS T. COLORS ROLLS NEW ko '« DREAM WHOP DELICIOUS/HOME MADE YULE KAGGE 49c SPRY Special ,pruj 3 Ib. can only LUCKY WHIP Dessert Topping only 18 calories per serving GIANT ONLY ADD MILK AND WHIP PKGS. FROZEN FOODS SWANSON'S FAMILY SIZE FROZEN /> u>. Pumpkin Pie om y 59c LGE. LOAF SWANSON'u^ • HAND NELSON'S READY SEASONED TUFFIN BREAD I ^ CHOPPED SIRLOIN BEEF •M Inn trail, GRADE "A" MED. SIZE FRESH COUNTRY DOZ. CARTON YOU'RE INVITED TO ATTEND NELSON'S PARTY NIGHT Tonight 6-9 P.M. FREE ELEC. TRAIN, RADIO and MANY OTHER PRIZES. Coffee, Cake & Cookies Treats for the Children Plus . . . You may win a week's supply of groceries on the WHEEL OF FORTUNE NELSON'S HOME BAKED ROLLS Brown 'n Serve, Parker House, Cinnamon, Clover Leaf, Hard Roll* DOZ. 59c Swonson's New MEAT LOAF - BEEF CHICKEN - TUBKEY or HADDOCK DINNEBS EACH ° COUPON NO. 22 VALUABLE COUPON ONE ONLY, 5-OZ. BEAUTIFUL Juice Glass Regular 39c Value WITH THIS COUPON Effective Dec. 18 thru Dec. 24, One Coupon Per Family, Adults 1958 Only -"----•- '• ••--•'

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