Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 23, 1959 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 23, 1959
Page 6
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FRYER, CUT UP TURKEYS 4 to 6 Lbs. Lb. 19c 79c 39c *V V V V V V vv R«8>ittr for Free Electro Hygiene Cleaning & Sanitising System Drawing to be Held on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 You may bo the winner of this $169.95 Electro Hygiene Sweeper, g There a' register >*.;«*.:..;..;'.j..:">.^*.;..:^ HOLLY or 5-Lb. G.W. Bag There are no strings attached. All you have to do is come in and X ;r. No purchase necessary. y mpORATEO CARNATION MILK Large Can 10c 5 CARNATION INSTANT MILK FLOUR HO"? 50 . L . b9 *2" PEAS z\0 : $ 1 00 CORN HAPPY HOST Cream Style 17-oz. . Can 8-qt. Size Box • FROZEN FOOD • FLORIDAGOLD ORANGE JUICE 4 ST. 79c 6* TUNA TISSUE STAR KIST 6i-ox. Chunk Style Can % x MA BROWN, PLAIN OR KOSHER DILL PICKLES NORTHERN Quart Jar CRISCO 10i *1 00 4 I toii, $|00 12 PENICK MAPLE SYRUP 24-ox. BoMla 39c ..3 .1b. C -85c HAPPY HOST TOMATOES - 303 Cans 39c ALL VARIETIES, NORTH STATE VEGETABLES v V V V V VV V v v ••• v v v v v Mix or Match 'Em 6 $1.00 X i SKY VALLEY ONION RINGS 2 pkas. 49c RED FLAME TOKAY APPLES Snappy Red Jonathan 4-lb. Bag 49c SEALTEST ICE MILK Vi Gallon 49c t r r Right Reserved To Limit Quantities 9 i EGG PLANT . 10c ACORN SQUASH Lt 5c ORANGES Sunkist Large 113 Size Do*. 49c -ITImti Harald. Carroll, la, 'Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1959 6 How to Lose 40 Pounds in 3 Months By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP)-Can you lose up to 40 pounds in 90 days without using drugs? Can you do it without feeling starved, without losing your strength or sense of humor, without feeling sorry for yourself? You can indeed. You're listening to an ex-fatty who just did it. All you need is the right incentive. A fat man with the right incentive can do anything. I had a real good incentive, The truth was I weighed a record 217 pounds. One of my bosses remarked scornfully: 'Fat men have no willpower. Fifty bucks says you can't take off 30 pounds in 90 days." That did it! I had my incentive, an incentive greater than personal vanity. "You've got a bet," I told the boss. Old-Fashioned Doctor There is no secret about losing weight. I went to a good old- fashioned doctor. Handing me a standard diet, he said: "Follow this. Exercise sen- i sibly. Take a couple of vitamin pills a day Cut your liquor intake to two highballs a day, but don't take any medicines. You don't need them." "Well, Doc," I said, "two drinks a day is taking medicine—for it sure ain't drinking." So I went on the wagon altogether, and within three days was enjoying the taste of water- straight. The diet was simplicity itself. 1 cut out all sweet desserts. I all but cut out butter, corn, beans—except string beans—and had potatoes just once a week. I limited myself to a piece of rye or whole wheat bread a day. If I ate a sandwich for lunch, the next day I did without bread. I cut my usual portions in half, and concentrated on lean meat, eggs, cottage cheese and filled up on plenty of raw and cooked green and yellow vegetables. I Mild exercise is the best way to cure your restlessness when you're on a diet—or any other time. I bowled and swam some, but walking is the ideal exercise in the city. Walking Great Joy The first week I walked a mile a day, then gradually stepped it up. On weekends I got up to seven 1 or eight miles. Solitary walking can be a great joy. You learn the ] trees, the store window sights and the people in your town as you , can in no other way. One lip: ' In the city be sure to wear rubber-heeled shoes. Strangely, I felt exhilarated rather than depressed most of the lime. Only once did I break my diet to eat a chocolate sundae. I felt as guilty as if I'd robbed the church poor box, and never was tempted again. The pounds came off in fits and spurts—six the first week, none the next, some weeks 2 to 5 On the 90th day I had a surgeon friend ready to amputate a leg if necessary—anything to keep from losing to the boss! But the scales said 177 pounds. 1 1 hod taken off not 30 pounds, but about 40. The boss forked over a $50 bill. There's one other reward. They told me that if I slimmed down '.'d have the girls in the office standing in line. I do. too. But all they whisper in my ears is: "What's your secret, skinny? I'd like to lose a little myself." i The incentive is the secret. Bet the boss I Manning Women Attend Seminar at Bayard on Tuesday CMIUM Hemic] New« Service* MANNING - Women of the Methodist Church attended a fall seminar Ui Bayard Sept. 22. They attended various workshops and received their study course for the coming year. Attending were Mrs. Edna Wyatt. Mrs. Bess Ramsey, Mrs. Lester Moore, Mrs. Arnold Jacobsen. Mrs. Ernest Ehlers, Mrs. Jay Bingham, Mrs. Clinton Moore, Mrs. Glen Rowedder, and Mrs. Eugene McCollum. Mrs. D. R. McGrath was a weekend guest in the Robert McGrath home in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs John Rowedder and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Holdsworth left Saturday morning for a week's trip in the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Orla Peters and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Boeck of Ton- nant are vacationing in Minnesota and Canada. Mrs. Anna Groleluschen, Carl and Claudia of Audubon and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Asche of Columbus. Neb,, were Saturday guests in the William Joens home. Mrs. Asche and Mrs. Groleluschen are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Don Schrum and Randy of Missouri were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schrum. PFC Blllie Hargens, on leave from Germany, Is spending a furlough wth his wife and daughter here. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Dau and Mrs. Minnie Dau visited in the Leslie Footer homo in Des Moines Sunday. The Rev. Lester Moore of the Methodist Church will attend a Governor's conference for Children and Youth in Des Moines Sept. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rowe and sons of Alhambra, Calif., were guests of Mrs. Rowe's ulster, Mrs. Elroy Schrum and family.

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