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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1937, Circleville, Ohio Friday September 17 19ST THE DAILY OHIO REAVIS CLIFTON AND BLACKBURN TALK SATURDAY Teachers Of County Meet At Jackson School FOP Initial Gathering MUSIC IS SCHEDULED Program To Be At In Morning DIET AND HEALTH Banana and Milk Diet Good for Fall Luncheons By LOGAN M U WE HAVE come to the season of and mellow fruitfulness the voice of tha turtle is no longer heard in the land and the hum of business i n d i cates less lei surely and per haps less elab orate lunches For a high school lunch I not recom mend this for younger c h i 1 dren or college lunch or busi ease They have vitamins A and G No vitamin D Minerals present are manganese phosphorus dis B C E calcium sulphur iron and copper Source of Energy Bananas are a good source ol energy a good source of calories they tend to stimulate the growth of the beneficial acid types of bac teria in the intestinal canal they are blood regenerating and will di gest with little mastication Combined with milk bananas make up an almost completely bal anced ration The milk provides NEXT BOY SCOUT COURT OF HONOR TO BE SEPT 28 Ed Ebert To Preside Youths Report For Advancement ness lunch Ule protein fatj and possibly sider the ba the Vitamin D The milk and ba Pickaway county teachers will gather at Jackson township school Saturday at a m for their first meeting of the school term Speakers for the meeting are Dr G H Reavis director of in struction of the state department of education Dr John L Clifton professor of education at Ohio State university and Dr A D Blackburn county health com missioner Music will be furnished by the Jackson township high school chorus under the direction of Miss Pearl Marshall and a instrumen tal ensemble of Pickaway town ship school including George Wil son Jimmy Boggs Bobbie Porter Neil Leist and Junior Dreisbach Miss Evelyn Pierce Pickaway township will present a violin solo The Rev Paul Scott South Bloomfield will present the invo cation 0 Rich styles are coming in as a fashion expert tells us but It Isnt stylish any more to be rich Or Clendening nana Long a favorite per haps It will com fort you to know that it has solid scientifical ly proved nutritional advantages First get a ripe banana You nana diet of Harrop has been used successfully for reducing Its vir tue is in its simplicity Here the instructions for it When used as a continuous diet one or two large bananas are used with a glass 250 cc of whole can tell when the banana is ripe milk for breakfast and for lunch by the skin yellow flecked with For the evening meal the same Is brown spots Many changes have j used if the strict diet is followed taken place in this banana since j six bananas and three glasses of 158s CABIN IS SITE it was green In the green state it has 20 per cent starch and 1 per cent sugar when ripe it has 18 milk a or if the modified diet is followed the evening meal may consist of a clear soup a slice of Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICK Notice la hereby given that the undersigned trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Whtsler SaKcreek Township Pick away County Ohio have filed their Petition as such Trustees In the Common Pleas Court of Pickaway County Ohio in Case No 17946 on the docket of said Court praylne for authority to sell the Real Kstate comprising 51 so rods more or less situated in the unincorporated Vil lage or Hamlet of Whisler In said township and county aforesaid which was conveyed by Lloyd S Gardner and Mary M Gardner his Wife to Nancy Steele John War ren John Heffner Jacob Heffner and Lloyd Gardner as Trustees of said M E Church at Whisler Ohio aforesaid and their Successors for by deed dated December 31st 1903 recorded in Volume No 78 pages 556 557 of the Pickaway County Deed Records all as In their said Petition more fully des cribed by metes and bounds e or hearing per cent sugar and 2 per cent j lean meat fish or two or starch most of the starch has been three portions of 5 per cent vege tables a slice of bread and butter and a portion of uncooked fruit With the modified plan the diet contains 1000 to 1200 calories converted into more easily digest ed and higher energycontaining sugar The insoluble substance which cements the cells of the green banana together protofectin has been converted into a softer j fonti of roughage pectin The j acids and alcohols of the green ba nana have been converted in the ripening process into esters amyl acetate etc which give the appe tizing aroma Bananas have practically no proj f j i i of Diabetes r eminine teln and fat and are therefore ideal and The Care of the Hair and EDITORS NOTE Seven pamphlets by Dr Clendening can now be ob tained fy sending 10 cents In com for each and a selfaddressed en velope stamped with a threecent stamp to Dr Logan Clendenlne in care of this pappr The pamphlets are Three Weeks Reducing and Re ducing and Infant Feed DARBY TOWNSHIP FARMER IS DEAD Fred Michel 72 widely known Darby township farmer died at his home Thursday at p m fol lowinga six weeks illness of hard ening of the arteries Mr Michel was a former road supervisor In Darby township He was born March 25 1865 near Columbus and moved to Mt Sterling when about 15 years or age He is survived by his widow Mrs Meta Crable Michel one son Clyde at home a granddaughter three brothers Simon Valentine and Jacob of Columbus nd one sister Mrs Mary Fisher of Rome O Funeral services will be held in the Greenland Methodist Episcopal church Sunday at 2 p m with the Tuesday evening Sept 28 is the Rev H C Gunnett of Mechanics date set for the next quarterly i burg Burial will be in Court of Honor ceremonial for Pickaway district Boy Scouts Ed Ebert chairman of the committee on Scout advancement will pre side at the Court which will be held at Troop 158s cabin at Gold Cliff Chateau four miles south of Circleville Many local boys are expected to advance in Scout rank at this time since vacation time and the Sum mer camp season have provided costing for the new Bob Allen a lariat told faia father that western Ranger now 1 obtain the interview I the part If possible without any help showing tonight and Saturday at the Cliftona Theatre on a double feature program with Outlaws of the and that there was a little boys role in the story Victor j Ccx suggested that he might take DiuUSy down for an interview Buddy who can sing and dance j traction The Prince and as well as ride a pony and swing Pauper arrives Sunday Campfire Program Planned With Flag At Stake PENNEYS the Mt Sterling cemetery OHIOAN 18 GOES TO FEDERAL PEN FOR EXTORTION opportunities to meet many of the requirements especially those con cerning the outdoors Circleville was well represented at the Coun cil Scout Reservation this season The program will be held out ofdoors around a campfire start TOLEDO Sept 17 tUP Joseph Palazzo ISyearold former Sandusky high school football player today was under a three year federal prison sentence in connection with attempted extori tion from a prominent Sandusky physician Palazzo admitted the extortion attempt from Dr Carl R Knoble i ing early in the evening Parents under threat of bodily harm to CHURCH NOTICES and friends of Scouts are invited i to witness the awarding of honors I Ebert said The district flag will be award his grandchildren The youth had been temporarily In the em ploy of the physician The case was Federal Judge ed to the troop receiving the j Frank L Kloebs first major crim greatest percentage of awards j inal case since appointment to the 0 I bench Wllliamsport Christian F G Strickland pastor service every Sunday at p m Scioto Chapel Sunday school worship morning Signed Louella Relchelderfer William Fox Edward Allen John Warren as Trustees M E Church of Whisler Ohio Charles Gerhardt Attorney Aug 27 Sept 3 10 17 D LEGAL NOTICE Mary Lee Newton a minor over 19 years of age and Marjorie N Cllne both residing at Paducah Kentucky R F D No 5 In care of Mrs Frances Polk will take notice that on the 19th day of Aug ust 1937 Mary N Littleton filed her petition In the Common Pleas Court of Pickaway County Ohio In Cause No 17942 against the above named parties and others praying for the partition of 60 acres of land situated In Walnut Township Pick away County Ohio beingthe lands set off as the Dower of John D Newton now deceased In the lands of Lucy K Newton deceased and being the South part of S E of Sec 29 Tp 9 R 21 M S and for other relief Said defendants are required to answer said petition on or before October 0 1937 MARY N LITTLKTON By Charles H May Her Attorney Aug 20 27 Sept 3 10 17 24 D GAS IN STOMACH SOON RELIEVED Food soured lump came up in throat felt terrible Recommend Vendol now Air Charles Kyger of Spring field Ohio says I was a victim of acid indigestion for years tried most everything but Vendol re lieved my constipation and now I never have gas sour stomach lump in throat or palpitation Vendol acted so satisfactorily that I can recommend it to everyone now Vendol is made from Roots and Herbs mixed with valu able Alkalines It acts as a pleas ant laxative bringing out awful gases and impurities which may have been causing you many day of misery from headaches dizziness spots before the eyes tired worn out feeling and nervousness It acts as a diuretic to sluggish kid neys relieving backache pains in the arms and limbs Vendol re lieves indigestion gas bloating1 shortness of breath excess acid in stomach sallow complexion boils eruptions and many other troubles due to constipation Take Vendol and you will enjoy such a pleasant cleansing and in vigorating effect that you will FEEL like m different person and LOOK years younjjer ENDOL HERBS WITH ALKALINES Boy Memorial Evangelical Sunday School 9 p m preaching Cedar Hill Evangelical Martin Mickey pastor Sunday School Carl Fos naugh supt preaching Williamsport Methodist Episcopal D H Householder pastor Sun day school a m morningj worship Epworth league Tuesday 7 p m Ash vllle Lutheran H D Fudge Pastor Divine worship a m Sun day school a m Ut B Charge L S Mctzler pastor Morris Prssclung Sunday school following C E p m preaching following Dreisbach Sunday school preaching following Pontius Preaching by Rev George Huber Sunday school following East Ringgokl Sunday school preaching by Rev Ervin Lane following C E and preaching following by pastor BIRD DOG CLUB LISTS IMPORTANT SESSION TONIGHT Further plans for the dog show at the Pumpkin Show and ar rangements for the fall field trials will be discussed by of the Pickaway County Bird Dog club at a meeting Friday at 8 pm JQ ASHVILLE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Walter C Paters Minister a m Church School Stan ley Beckett Supt FRANCE SPEEDS UP PARIS has decid ed to raise her railway speed limit from 75 mph to 87 mph The i new limit will apply only to trains j with ellsteel coaches throughout Trains of wooden coaches will continue to observe the old limit THEATRES AT THE CL1FTOXA Little Buddy Cox sixyearold cow boy from down around Hereford Texas where his father and his uncles owned a gigantic cattle ranch recently arrived in Hollywood with Victor Cox his dad who is a veteran rider of bucking horses But Buddy didnt have to have help from his father or anybody else when it came to getting a role In pictures Learning that Columbia was courm The A for the The Grand theatre Bob day nicht Steele In The Red Rope Friday and Saturday feature at in the but week MENS SUITS Quality Fabrics Quality Styling Quality Tailoring y Dont let this low price fool heres quality the kind you find only in much more ing Sport models with backs styles business single and double P E N NE Y COMPANY Sold by all draifiiU highly recommended in this city bj MTKRAJSTZ DRUG 8TOBJE Anyone can use this friendly credit service Your account can be opened in just a few minutes You arrange the terms to suit your income Dont wait for payday come in now and your credit No down payment is necessary MAKE YOUR OWN EASY TERMS GUMDIPPED TIRES Now is the time to 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