Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 10, 1957 · Page 46
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 46

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, November 10, 1957
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. PAGE EIGHTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, tOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, NOVEMBER IB, 199T Josephine llowmon Rules of Proper Nutrition Good to Know and Practice Don't let good nutrition be a hit or miss matter with you. .1 wonder how many of you actually put into practice what you read and know about nutrition? How many of you make it a point to give your body, everyday, the foods it needs for health? Is this a hit'and miss matter with you, or is it a daily habit? If you are casual about it, you are missing one of the most exciting adventures of modern times. There seems to be no doubt that. in the near future the youthful portion of life will be greatly prolonged and many chronic diseases avoided through improved nutrition. Today it is a shame not to put into practice what is already known about this science which is BO important to us personally. Today let us review a few of the primary tenets of good nutrition. During the war all of you saw the Government's Food Guide frequently, but it doesn't hurt to recall the advice it promoted. Greens We need the green and leafy vegetables. Two servings daily is best. One is absolutely necessary. Then we must have the citrus fruits or others which are high in vitamin C. The citrus juices or fruits are the best sources. We should also, have two or more servings of fruits and vegetables not in classifications already mentioned. We require one serving c»f meat or fish or fowl daily and at least five eggs a week. We most also have our quota of bread and cereals and must have some fat in our diet. Milk and cheese are an important part of the protein family. These are important foods for the adult as well as the child. Skimmed or fat free powdered milk is a splendid item for the reducing diet since both bring you so much health value and are so low in calorie count. Skim or fat free milk has only 'half the calories that whole milk has. Every reducer and most adults should have two glasses a day as a protective food. K you once make up your rnind to eat correctly, you will keep the general principles in mind when planning your menus. It really is not a complex job and wilt increase your zest for Me. (•Released by The Register and Tribune Syndicate, 195") CANCELLED The VFW meeting to have oeen held Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the Post Home has been cancelled due to the Policeman's banquet. iu\Vi< r i<n; New Orthophonfc HIGH FIDELITY "Victrola" The Mark VI. Powerful new High Fidelity "Victrola."® Plays 4 speeds. 3 speakers. Provision (or Stereophonic Sound. Mahogany finish shown (other finishes extra). Model SHF6. $139.95 •RCA trademark for racord playcrn Also On Display THE MARK IX $139.95 THE MARK XI (Portable) '. $129.95 THE MARK VII $159.95 THE MARK IV $229.95 THE MARK III $375.00 Above prices for mahogany. Other finishes slightly higher. USE OUR CHRISTMAS LAY-AWAY PLAN ASOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Realizing Assets, Liabilities First Steps To Beauty One of the first steps to real beauty is a.realistic understanding of your assets and liabilities. The woman who badly needs diet and exercise but is "satisfied with her appearance after she has been -fussy with her hairdresser about the exact placement of one curl is fooling only herself. The woman with a bad _make-up job and stringy hair who believes She salesgirl who tells her that one of the new berets makes her look like an angel is also practicing the complicated art of self-deception. In order, to discover how to improve ourselves (a process that should never end), we must ruthlessly face our shortcomings. This means that we can't affor.d to preen ourselves because we were blessed with naturally curly hair, trim ankles or long eyelashes. In addition to- these, 'we may have spreading hips, three chins and a skin that's pasty from too much pastry. Once we face the liabilities, we can do something about them. * * * It's a universal experience. You get the -much-needed and long-delayed permanent only to discover that your head resembles a pot scraper. The only solution seems to be to wear your hat day and night. Well, something can be done about it. A "haircut helps, of course. But if it's too short to 'trim, then attack your frizzy mop with a stiff brush and brush with your head down. Brush until your arm „,.„„„„ aches. Use a light, greasless hair- S,fi!£„' ' dressing before you brush and that' will help to tame the frizz. After two or three shampoos, the permanent will soften up and begin to look natural. And next time, have your hair cut after the permanent rather than before. That will take care of all those frizzy ends. »' * * Developing your own style of beauty means that you study yourself with care, choose clothes and makeup most, flattering to you, and, above all, never copy the current movie rage. It also means that you learn that what may be great for your best girl friend is poison for you. If pink flatters her •but makes you look like something just helped from her. coffin, pass up pink. It may be that blue does wonderful things for you. In that case, despite your secret yearnings for pink, learn to wear'blue. GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY NOV. 17 Rabess-Burgman Studio MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM SEGRAVES will- celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, November 17, at the Deer Creek Conservation club with a reception from' 2 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon. All their friends and relatives are invited to .attend. William Segraves and Lola Bowman were married at the bride's TIPS The woman who makes the most o£ the beauty nature has given her is the rare one. Few women know how to realize their potential for good looks. They don't like their brows so they pluck them all out and draw on a hard line rather than learn to skel.cn in softly a new and becoming brow. They use the same unbecoming Ann Landers Boy, 18, Plays Santa Glaus For Gold-Digging Cleopatra of lipstick for years and apply it slapdash fashion. They slouch, develop bulges and walk pigeon-toed on shoes with heels that are stilt high. They talk about dieting and never quite get around to it. Each year, the beauty that might be theirs, becomes more deeply buried, less accessible, until finally it's gone completely. There's only one answer to all of this action. Keep an openj «?"" P" 5 " 1 *' mind, be sharn!v jwlf-prifiral. tllm « about a mind, be sharply self-critical, take care of gray streaks, extra poundage or 'a new buldge as it develops. And always be willing to learn, how to improve your looks. A jersey peignor that is anti- static is a bandy thing to have for winter. There's one that comes with detachable collar of orlon. The orlon feels like fur. * * * Hair that has lost its luster may not be traced to the wrong shampoo. It may be accompanied Dear Ann: I'm a fellow IS and very much interested in a chick who is also a high school senior. In the iasl 15 months I've bought her a wrist watch for her birthday, a cashmere sweater with fur on it for Christmas and a gold locket for Valentine's Day plus other small gilts throughout the year. We're supposed to be going steady but every time she gels a chance to dafe some guy who looks good to her she calls off the steady arrangement and fixes it up with me later. I've been true blue and have treated her like a queen ail this time. She tells me she thinks we both ought to date others until December 1st then go back to the steady arrangement, for the "Holiday Parties". What shall I do?— JOE Blow, .Toe. This young gold-digger has been playing you for all you're worth, and you've been i worth plenty! You don't say any- school or home in Cass county November 20, 1907, and have resided on the by a rough skin and a more tired' same farm all of their married life. feeling. If this is They are Ihe parents o£ three children: Irene Harness, of route 2, true, check to see if you are eat. Galveston; Everett Segraves, route 2, Galveston; and Robert .C. Se- i"g properly and getting sufficient graves, Flora. Tftere are ten grandchildren and seven great grand- on Saturday, so I take it you've got a direct line to Fort Knox or pa's oil wells are pumping in your name. A high school kid shouldn'l spend money like it's going oul of style even if it's easy to come by. It's neither sensible nor in good tasle. My advice is to get busy other girls and drop Binding the polish at" the tip of the nail will check excessive chipping of nail polish. Do' this by applying a cover coat at the nail tip after the first coat of nafl polish. . Then finish with a protective coat over the entire nail. Trip To Beauty Parlors Proven To Boost Womans Ego, Adds To Self Confidence NEW YORK— (NEA)— "Really, Ethel, I feel like a new woman. And remember, don't breathe a word of what I've told, you to a soul." With 'this admonition, Mlrs. America touches her newest 'hairdo — "just meant for you, honey" — steals a glance in a mirror .already crowded with chrome-capped faces and marches out of the beauty parlor. The little woman may • not emerge looking like Marilyn Monroe, but if she feels important and satisfied with herself, then the mission has been accomplished. Ask any man why women go regularly to beauty parlors and then prepare to hold your ears, especially if it is his billfold that is being clipped. BUT TWO WOMEN a psychologist .and sociologist analyzed the situation. And, according to them, it is a happy day when the wife goes for a retouch job, no matter the bin. They pulled their mutual couches tip next to the hair dryer, eaves: dropping for proof of this point. Filtering scientific data from other parlor news of the day, the researchers found this trip for beauty not only boosts the female ego, but it also relieves the id. So much so, they say that the little woman is either well adjusted now, or, she soon will be if she continues to visit the beauty salon. So, men, if your wife says she's going to get a haircut, shampoo, wave or manicure, she really is. But don't let her fool you. She also is getting pampered and prettied to face the work-a-day world. As a bonus she gets self-confidence and a feeling of importance. She relaxes and lets her hair down. A new hairdo, change in cosmetics and facial, answer her need for a change. And as a topper she gets •Pjll ^ !>•»" Big TV News and FREE Offer on Page 21 of fa mi • W E E -K. ll V Read how the amazing Channel Master T-W antenna brings you "miles closer" to the TV station — and improves your TV reception, Turn to page 21 of Family Weekly nowI SUtitl MASTER ANTENNA S«e it now at your TV Dealers or ask your Serviceman DISTRIBUTED BY TELEVISION RADIO DISTRIBUTORS (Wholesale Only) Miller Tours Thanksgiving Holiday Tour to New York 5 days, $138.00-November 27th Christmas Tours: Miami. 7 days $213.80—December 22 New Orleans, 7 days $158.03—December 23 New York, 5 days, $148.87-December 25 Europe, by air— 17 days, $941.03—July 17 Local Agent Minnie B. Sarig 1911 E. Broadway Phone 50074 Logansport, Ind. mild physical therapy. Ail this, according to psychologists, cuts down on analyst's bills. Take, for example, when one of the girls lets her hair down. No one sweeps it into a wastebasket. Someone listens sympathetically. ACCOBDING TO barber shop lore, the. barber talks incessantly. The poor mate with a hot towel over his face is a captive audience. But not in a beauty parlor. A Heler.ie Curtis survey reveals that 90 per cent of the ladies talk to their beauticians and mostly about personal problems. American husbands may groan when they learn that 500 million dollars is spent on hair care alone each year in this country. But consider the European budget for beauty. There are more beauty parlors, per capita in Europe than in the U. S., where 3,500,000 , women go regularly to 375,000 beauty shops. Miss Joyce Ann Miller, daughter of Mrs. Julia Miller Arnold of Camden, is the newly-elected president Luther League", of organization com- rising 1,000 Indiana. youths. is a member of St. Peter's Lutheran Church of Camden. the Santa Claus role. You'll only attract more commercial versions of Cleopatra. * * # Dear Ann: I'm 21 and old enough to be able to make up my own mind, but for some reason nothing adds up. Maybe you can help me. I am in love with a boy who is n love with motorcycles. He is 25 years of age and he eats, sleeps and dreams cycles. When we first, started to date, a year and a half ago, I told him [ wouldn't ride in a motorcycle and to please come for me in his car, or we could take a trolley. He talked me into trying a cycle ride and after a while, I was less afraid, but I really don't enjoy it a bit. The thing that worries me is this. AH his friends are married and he's the only single one in the crowd. They are nutty for cycles, travel in packs and spend all their extra money on the "bike" or cycle outfits. Everyone in the crowd has Iwo or three children, but they don't behave like parents at all. They leave their kids with grandparents and go off riding every night, attend weekend cycle conventions, races and so on. This is not my idef. of marriage. He has asked me to set Die date. What shall I do? — UNCERTAIN MISS Take a good long look at the total picture before you tie yourself up with someone whose major interest in life leaves you cold. Not only do you two not asree on a hobby but your ideas of marriage seem to be poles apart. You don't care for his friends and from your description, your criticism is valid. Don't ask him to choose between you and the "bike". He has known for a long lime how you fee! and could have chosen you if he'd wanted to. If cycles mean so much to him. my advice is lo (ell him goodbye, and let him find a girl who wears a black leather jacket with an eagle on the back. * * * Dear Ann:' I am interested in taking a secretarial course but I wonder if I have the qualities that will make me a good secretary. My father says he doubts it. Can you tell me briefly what qualities a good secretary should have? I heard recently this very good definition of an ideal secretary: She should look like a girl, think like a man, behave like a lady and work like a horse. (Ann Landers will be glad lo help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper and enclose a stamped self- acdressed envelope.) Copyright Ifi57, Field Enterprises, Inc. LET US GET YOUR RESERVATIONS & TICKETS We officiolly reprntrt o* «h«Med air tnn. 1<H « 9«»e fov complete iiiJorwcrrio* » <** travel ANYWHERE . . . 9* fair **«»» «*» make faar menofiom. LOGANSPORT BRANCH CHICAGO MOTOR Ct_WB— TRAVEL WK 226 South Third Street Phone 510t Clean hair is a good start toward pretty hair. To keep it clean, though, anything that comes in contact with it must be washed frequently. This includes scarves, hair brushes and combs. Even hats, need cleaning. \ DR. 0. L. BRAUN FOOT AOMENTS .Reg, Podiatrist Poor Specialist Office: 314 North St. 1CGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wedn»idayi & Fridays 9 to 4 PERU OFFICE 115 Weil 5th St. Mon. p Tu«., Thurs., Sat. 9 to 8 P«ru Phone: GRIDUY 33674 Why wait for Sales Buy Here and Save Anytime Budget Priced Furniture and Rugs At Low Cost LET OUR LOCATION SAVE YOU MONEY Optn Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. McTaggqrt's Horn* Furnishing Co. 1315 HJB SPECIAL FRIGIDAIRE EDUCATIONAL OFFER! 21-Volume Illustrated ENCYCLOPEDIA OF KNOWLEDGE i Over $100 Value PRJBB ON THE PURCHASE OF ANY 1957 MODEL FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATOR - RANGE - DRYER We have greatly reduced our remaining 1957 Frigidaire Appliances, and now on top ".' ' of that, offer this tremendous educational help to families with school children; you will also enjoy their use year after year, as a source of adult reference. Get your set now. 31 5 -4th Street Dial 2762 1AY-AWAY FOR CHRISTMAS ALSO ELIGIBLE FOR AROVE OPfiBR.

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