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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 33

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, January 12, 1958
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 12, 1958 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Josephine Lowman PAGE THIRTEEN Constructive Effort Can Eliminate Tired Feeling as inadequate lighting, rooms which are too hot or too cold, or desks and chairs which are too high or too low, all are culprits in making you weary. 5. Poor nutrition. This state low- the' ers our store of energy greatly. time, or if you are exhausted at!This is especially true of vitamin the end of a busy ciay and do not! and mineral deficiency, bounce back within a reasonable] e. A sedentary life and insuffi- period of time you should have a| c i e nt sleep rob us of pep. physical examination There are all kinds of fatigue. Some of i! is natural and to be expected. However, chronic fatigue is damaging lo happiness and success and is a signal that all is not as it should be. If you are tired most of any organic or to discover j systemic cause 7. Destructive emotions such as ... . . ,. , ., ihate, jealously or envy exhaust which may exist. Many of these ;one We can change or improve most of the conditions I have mentioned by doing something about them, by can be corrected. Check List If your physician finds no reason for your cor.staat state of tiredness, then you must look into your O'.vn habits of life and thought for the cause. Let me list a few of the most usual reasons so that you can cheek yourself: 1. Boredom and monotony. It is becoming more and more apparent that these two states can exhaust one while enthusiasm and keen ir.teres'.'s can revitalize one. A change of pace, new activities and interests, getting out of the rut, wherever it is, can make all | send a stamped, self-addressed en constructive effort. Yet many humans just stew in the acid of the situation they find themselves in. Why not make a real effort to change those factors in your life which lead to fatigue? If you cannot change them, make a serious attempt to adjust to them, to develop cutoffs. If you would like to have my leaflet "Individual Happiness" which may give you some leads, the way you feel. Women in the home should remember this. Do not let the walls close in on you! 2. Irritating emotional factors. It is the current belief that hard work never hurt or seriously tired anyone, but that the emotional factors associated with your work may do so. !f you work side by side with someone who is irritat- No. 65. Address Josephine Lowman in care of this newspaper. Tomorrow: "Weak Arches Tire You; Arch Exercises Offered." (Released by The Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1958> PERSO.VAL Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Fries spent the holidays in Florida where they ing or if you work constantly un-! visited Mr . and Mrs , Oscar Brandt| J ~~ ~ '""'"' . Pressure^ or_dis-j local residents who are'spending the winter at Punta Gorda, Florida. New Year's Day they attended the Orange Bowl game with Mr. and Mrs. Harley Albaugh of North Miami, Florida. dor a feelin couragement, this may be most fatiguing. 3. Hurry and worry. Poor Working Conditions 4. Poor working conditions such CARTER'S Concrete Block Plant BLOCKS for HOME and INDUSTRY MONTICELLO, Ind. Phone 624 :AL 60tli Anniversary BETROTHED ENGAGED — Announcement is Ann Landers 16-Year-Old Son "Big Ox" Who Has No Decent Manners Dear Ann: Our 36-year-old son worries us to death. He's not a bad boy, in trouble with the law or anything like that; he's just a big ox who doesn't seem to care about decent manners. When we have guests, the boy | sits in the living room, (shoes of fJDeer help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper and enclose a stamped self- addressed envelope.) Copyright 1957, Field Enterprises, Inc. and hair uncombed) so engrossed in comic books he doesn't even raise his head to say hello. My husband doesn't want to Announcements MONDAY White Rose club will convene Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. May Cox, 1715 High street. * * • L. S. of B. of L. F. and E. will convene Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the IOOF hall at which time new officers will be installed. A good attendance is desired. \A~_4... c~',Ar, , DKA Sigma Phi Gamma sorority will MeetS hriday K/V\! ho](1 a socia] meeting Monday evening at 8 p.m. in the YWCA par- Deer Creek HO club No. 1 meet- make a scene before guests so he i ing was held Friday in the Young says nothing. I maintain the thing America school with group singing to do is bring the matter right out i opening the meeting followed by into the open, guests or no guests, | devotions from the book written or the boy will never learn. by Peter Marshal! as given by My husband says our son is just '. Mrs. Derrell Merrill, like my no-good brother and! The song of the month was sung, there's nothing we can do about j by Mrs. Glen Fouls and Mrs. Ra-jion. it so we should stop aggravating leigh Snider with Mrs. Jack Rat- lors. TUESDAY Bridge City lodge 254, L. A. to B. of R. T., will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the IOOF hall for a regular business sess- ourselves. What is your opinion? cliff at the piano. A regular meeting will be held —ANOTHER ANN The lesson on citizenship was| by the" VFW Auxiliary Tuesday Manners are MADE not born ' " [vfn bv Edna Sterrett and a j evening at B o'clock at the post This has nothing to do with here-' thankyou note was read from Mrs. i home, dity. Children learn by training D °n B « ck - The group was request- j * * . and example. If your son is 16 j ed to send cards to Mrs. Harry j Helmef Temple 230, Pythian Sis- made of the engagement of Pa- and behaving like an ox, you and ! Rea w1l ° ' s '"• ! ters, will meet at the hall Tuesday tricia Lee McClelland and John '. your husband had better get busy.! Mrs. Mark Barber read the sec-, evening at 7:30 'o'clock at which Robert Grant. No wedding date has! To write him off as "hopeless 1 : ™- ar V s account and twenty-six, tjme there wjl , be instal]at j on of of . •been set .would be a terrible mistake. 'memoers answered roll cah with; ficfers _ A11 officers are urged to Mis* McClelland is the daughter I Explain to .your son that/as a j £ new jrcars^ resolution my hus, attend . MISS mci^euana is me aaugmer' r"£ , .' , ", r , i hair! shon'd makp of Alice McClelland, 700 West Lin.;™mber of the fam, y he has a, band should make Two new members were Mrs.; den avenue, and the late John Mc -i responsibility to guests who come ',™im^TonTnd Mrs Hostelt'er '' The Wo ™n's Service riniionrf TJ O ,.-fianpo i= th= =„,, r.t^Ao the house. It costs nothing j >-ed Simpson and Mrs. Hpsteu.er MKhoran c-h Clelland. Her fiance is the son. of wicuaiiu. ±ici i.diit-e is uie SUII-ULI ,i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grant, 1113 t? stand up on his feet and extend; >eu oiiiiueuii auvi ;*ii a. ijjJOL^t-L-.wi ., „, , _ , . Mrs Everett Gotchall received! st - James Lutheran church .m *j, A_J T v,i •_ i-u ,_..,.- ! mnn*- Tiinorinir mrnninrr it- T.' his hand. If he doesn't care to j Twentieth street. The bride-elect is attending the local high school and her fiance, a.So to his own room. vard. ma uaiiu. ii inr uucaii L \_ait; tu i . , visit, he can excuse himself andj The club prayer was repeated _. i_ •,_• 'in plnc'np in closing. 1957 graduate of the local high school, and is employed by Hendrickson's Motor Sales. Some persons like to decorate homes with old mementos—restaurant menus, sheet music or play programs. Either framed or pasted on recreation or den walls, these need to be protected. A coat of shellac will prevent cui as darkening 'by dust. Let him know this is no "favor" j to you, but a common courtesy j that sets human beings apart: from animals. Be firm. | At the first sign of improvement on his part, praise him. Remember poise takes practice. He's starting pretty late in the game will need plenty of encouragement, ment. Good luck. * * * Dear Ann: I felt very sorry for the bride who wrote for help with her snoring groom. This may be TIPS j funny to some people but I didn't i see much to laugh at. I'd like to offer a practical sug- Put an old card table to work! gestion. My aunt had the same j problem and this is how she solv- in the laundry room. By replacing]^ - t . the top with plastic screening you; The ' doctor told her the reason can make a sweater dryer. Trace sweater outline with chalk onto the screen before sudsing. Then shape laundered sweater to outline for drying. Mesh allows faster drying on both sides of garment. for" Now" for Summer One piece hounds looth cotton surah Shirt maker sheath dress Blouson back with contour belt $17.95 One piece dacron end cotton sailor collar dress — long torso — pleated skirt. Guaranteed wothabl*, $17.95 326 East Broadway her husband snored was because lis mouth fell open, and the cure was to figure out a way to keep his mouth closed at night. My aunt hit on the idea of tying strips of muslin under his chin and over his head. This kept his jaw from dropping down and solved the problem completely. Please pass this word along.—ASTERISK Did you say strips of muslin? The only thing missing is the em- Keeping elbows soft and clean is a peekaboo game. But there is nothing as distracting as seeing a woman with exremely rough, ugly elbows and otherwise pleasing skin. At night, especially, use pumice on any rough spots until they are gone. Cream your elbows lavishly. * # * Fad dieting or losing many pounds in a hurry is a threat to anyone's health. But women who ignore this threat should note that dropping pounds suddenly leaves their skin hanging and creates a gaunt look. Removing extra weight slowly is one way to assure better health and a more attractive fig- gure. » « * Fatigue is woman's most persistent enemy. Often a housewife aids this enemy by slouching through household tasks. She may think she is relaxing her muscles when she actually is straining them by this unnatural posture. Guild of will /meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the parish hall. A program will be held and refreshments served by the Miriam Guild. * * » Onward HD club will meet Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ida Beehdol. Sarah Bowman is in charge of devotions, and roll call will be answered with "a book I'd like to read." * * * Daughters of Isabella will hold a business meeting Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the K. of C. hall. * * * Diana Temple No. 30 will meet in the K of P hall Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. This will be an important business meeting and installation of officers. A good attendance is desired. * * » Exchangettes -will meet Tuesday evening, January 14th, at the home of Mrs. Clarence Booher, 204 West Linden Avenue, at 7:45 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. William Webster Merre!!, 2010 Broadway, Indianapolis, observed their sixtieih wedding anniversary recently. Mr. Merrell, for some twenty-seven years a motorman on Indiana interurban lines, married the former Roxie Swafford on De- jcember 24, 1897, in Galveston, Indiana. After a short period spent on a farm in Cass County, the couple then moved to Logansport, where they lived for seventeen years. In 1926 they moved to Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill had two sons, Mark and Benjamin, both deceased. They have a grandson, the Rev. James L. Merrell, 3940 North Grant, Indianapolis, and three great-grandchildren. A daughter-in-law, Mrs. Pauline Merrell, also lives in Indianapo- jlis. She is the former Pauline Tucker, daughter of Charles M. Tucker. Both are former residents of Logansport. present the program topic, "Stories From Indiana History." Still Lots Of Bargains Left in JANUARY SALE! Beautiful Millinery values 510.95 to $35.00 $3.95 to $10.95 Groups of Handbags Costume Jewelry reduced up to Vz Price PENN balming fluid? Your uncle must' Correst bad posture habits and note be one in a million. I don't think!how much fatiguing aches disap- many men would stand for this. ; pear. Besides, tying a guy's mouth shut could lead to worse problems than, snoring. He couldn't say "I inve you" or anything. No thanks; the cure sounds worse than the sickness. * * * Dear Ann: I'm not asking you to take my side. I could be wrong. Al! I want is an honest opinion. We have three sons, under six years of age. I hold a full-time job and do all my own housework and laundry. I'm up at 6:00 a.m., make breakfast for the family, drive my husband to work, then drop the children at my mother's I'm at my own job at 8:00 a.m. When I get homt at night I have to clean and cook, give the children baths and do laundry or ironing. My husband plops himself in a chair, watches TV or reads until he falls asleep. The thing that galls me is that he complains that ihe house is always a mess and that I'm "LAZY!" He wtn't even take the boys for a ride Saturday afternoon so I can clean in peace. Please don't tell me to quit my job. I can't. We are paying on our house, the furniture and car, and could never make it on my husband's salary. —H.W. Your husband is a selfish, spoiled lout. Any woman who helps to bring home the bacon can insist that her husband help her fry it. You are.not only wife, mother, partial bread-winner, but chauffeur, laundress, housekeeper, cook and night-nurse. If he doesn't pitch in voluntarily he may be forced to do so one of these days—when you collapse. (Ann Landers will be glad to WEDNESDAY The Harrison Township Home Demonstration Club will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the Lucerne community room with newly installed officers in charge. A lesson on citizenship will be given by Elma Rogers. Suggestions WHY SPEND MORE? SAVE AT PENNEY'S DURING for a club trip will be given in answer to roll call. The social committee consists of: Stella Hile, Lena Hoover, and Mabel -\ethercutt. * * * Washington Township - Carroll County Home Demonstration club will convene at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Garald Davis Wednesday afternoon at 1 p.m. The project lesson will be presented by Mrs. Robert Hinkle and Miss Pauline Robeson. Mrs. Andrew Houston will offer devotions. » * « The Music Boosters of Grass Creek will meet at the lunch room of the school Wedensday afternoon at 2 o'clock. A good attendance is desired as plans will be made for the supper January 31. « * « The Baptist Christian Ladies Auxiliary will meet at the home of Ruth Etnire Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. January is the love gift month. * * * The St. Veronica Study club of St. Joseph parish will meet at the home of Mrs. Louise Long Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. * * * AAUW will convene Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the home of Ruth Cox. 1501 East Broadway, at which time Char'.es 0. Harkin, a member of the Logansport high school faculty, will THURSDAY Excel club will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Beulah Seward. » * * Adams township HD club will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Twelve Mile Community building. Yearbooks will be distributed. * * » FRIDAY The Keystone Ladies club will meet Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the YWCA parlors. * * * TUESDAY Members of the Logansport Gar. den club will meet at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. George Fahnstock, 1418 Market. Topic of the meeting will be house plants and response to roll call will be "Does your green thumb show?" CHI EPSILON MEMBER Harley James Owen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Owen, 74 Seventh street, was recently initiated into Chi Epsilon fraternity, National Civil Engineering Honorary, at Purdue University. He will be graduated in June. Read the Classified Ads TERRIFIC SPECIAL PURCHASE! FIBER-GLAS DRAPES Wash-Dry and Hang In 7 Minutes. ABSOLUTELY. . . . No ironing Shrink-proof Stretch-proof No sun rot Fire safe Soft pastel colon Pr. BIG SIZE 48x90 Hemmed 408-10 East Market Tots 1.99 Corduroy OVERALLS Applique -I MM Trim I »"" Clearance! 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