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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - June 25, 1964, Smethport, Pennsylvania Thursday inn 85, 1m4 Page three its no fun to be fat As teenager by Garry c. Myers . Great grandparents May remember when it was fashionable to be fat a corpulence was in Vogue at the beginning of this Century. It was a status Symbol. This is no longer so. Thanks to the strides of medics science in reducing deaths among infants and children and enabling More people to live longer we have become concerned about Over eating. Modern watchword a we have stopped saying it is a Good idea to be to percent overweight Young and to percent underweight after 40. Now we say one should never be Over weight at any age a writes Robert s. Goodhart m. D., in his Book a the teenagers guide to diet and health Prentice Hall. Or. Goodhart is president and scientific director of the National Vitamin foundation inc., and a former Rockefeller foun Dation research fellow in biochemistry at Oxford England. He addresses the Book directly to the teenager. Reminding him and her that its no fun to be fat that a fat person can become a social outcast and have Many physical psychological and economic drawbacks he tells the South that every excess calorie e consumes May threaten his own life. Rarely is glandular disorder the cause of overweight. He says a the Only Way to become too fat is to eat too earlier beginning or. Goodhart reminds youth that his eating too much now May have begun years earlier and except for self control May continue All his life probably will shorten it. The doctor cites studies which revealed that 86 percent of a group of men who were overweight As boys were overweight As adults. Among the women studied 80 percent who were overweight in their teens were still overweight. Yet Only 18 percent of the once average weight girls were overweight women. Or. Goodhart Points out that the fat teenager usually does no to exercise enough and tends to exercise less and less on growing fatter and fatter. Contains tests the Book contains Many True and false tests whereby the youth May Check himself on his knowledge of Good nutrition and add to this knowledge. It gives much easy to read information on the various kinds of foods. Moreover there Are charts which give the relative food values in terms of calories proteins minerals and vitamins and suggested menus of balanced diets for Good nutrition. Besides there Are charts for desirable weights related to age and Heights with the suggestion that a teenager to percent underweight or to percent overweight should not consider himself nutritionally healthy. Though More space in the Book is devoted to overweight than to underweight considerable information is Given on ways whereby the underweight teenager May acquire a a Ideal a weight. Will be widely used no doubt this Book will be widely used in Junior and senior High schools and in teacher training in courses related to health education. Parents concerned Over the obesity or underweight Ness of their teenagers might get considerable help from this Book. Many a youth too lean or too fat who turns a deaf ear to so much talk and chatter by his parents about his weight might on carefully Reading this Book choose to work out for himself or herself a desirable program for healthy Choice of his Nabach officials a Charlet t. Rowe left assistant cashier of Bradford National Bank thursday night was elected president of the Penn Yorac conference of the National association for Bank audit control and operation Nab Chat the dinner meeting at pen Hills club. Also present were t. F. Scharf new York state Nabach director and John Dervay of Wellsville outgoing president who was elected a director. Rowe elected head of area Bank unit own rods. Tossed salad 2 cups torn iceberg lettuce i cup torn Romaine lettuce 1 cup watercress sprigs heavy stems removed % cup thin celery crescents a cup minced Parsley 3 cup thin strips Cheddar cheese % cup thin strips baked Ham 3 Tablespoons salad Oil 2 Tablespoons wine vinegar i garlic Clove smashed and inserted on a toothpick i Tablespoon grated Romano cheese Salt and freshly ground Pepper place the iceberg and Romaine lettuce celery Parsley cheese and Ham in a salad bowl cover tightly and refrigerate. At serving time add the Oil vinegar and garlic and toss Well remove garlic. Add Romano and Salt and Pepper to taste toss again. Serve at once. Makes 4 Servings. Bamboo though Bamboo is thought of As a tropical Plant Many of the 700-Odd species flourish in temperate zones. Some of the bamboos imported into the United states endure temperatures Down to 7 degrees below Zero. Charles t. Rowe assistant cashier of the Bradford National Bank thursday was elected president of the Penn York conference of the National association for Bank audit control and operation Nab Chat the annual dinner meeting held at the pen Hills club. He succeeds John Dervay senior vice president of the first Trust co. Of Wellsville ., who was elected to the Board of directors. Other Nabach officers elected include m. L. Freeland assistant treasurer of the Steuben Trust co. Of Hornell Vice president m. Gordon Faulkner vice president cashier of the Exchange National Bank of Olean ., Secretary and John bos Wick treasurer of the Hamlin Bank and Trust co. Of Smith Larabee miss Becky Dunn went to Buffalo last thursday to spend two months with relatives. Or. And mrs. Benjamin Carpenter of Clarence ., were sunday guests of miss Ruth Carpenter. Or. And mrs. Donald Long and children of Depew ., spent the weekend with their parents or. And mrs. Harold Bradt of Mcrae Brook and or. And mrs. Charles Long. Mrs. Florence Blue of Bolivar was a guest of mrs. Walter Morris last saturday. Or. And mrs. Frank Stebbins Ami sons Ricky and Randy visited mrs. Marie Stebbins and the latter a father Fred Peet at Wellsville last saturday. Or. And mrs. John Raszman of Crosby were sunday guests of or. And mrs. Theodore Raszman. Or. And mrs. Donald Heitman and family of East Aurora were recent guests of or. And mrs. Clarence Carpenter. Or. And mrs. Harold Cornelius and family of Kane and or. And mrs. Carl Johnson of Bradford were sunday guests of or. And mrs. Alfred Cornelius at their cottage at Cuba Lake. Miss Diana Copeland and brother David of Orchard Park ., Are spending this week with their grandparents or. And mrs. Charles Long. Or. And mrs. J. T. Haynes were guests of or. And mrs. Paul Stickle at Stull own last Friday evening. Billy Glover of state College visited his grandparents or. And mrs. Vera Glover last thursday. Or. And mrs. Allan Sykes and children of Altoona visited the families of Theodore Raszman Frank Stebbins and miss Margaret Raszman Over the weekend or. And mrs. Carl Bradt attended the baccalaureate service and commencement exercises in Little Valley last sunday. Their granddaughter Sandra Lowery was a member of the graduating class. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Mon Nin of Springville ., and miss Grace Robson of West Eldred were guests of miss Ruth Carpenter on tuesday of last week. Gilbert Childs sr., who is employed in Lyons ., spent the weekend at his Home Here or. And mrs. Robert Glover and family of state College spent the weekend with his parents or. And mrs. Vera Glover. Or. And mrs. Donald Dehaven of port Allegany visited or. And mrs. Theodore Raszman on wednesday evening. Or. And mrs. Carl Bradt accompanied by or. And mrs. Clyde Preston of Bradford were recent guests of or. And mrs. Vernon Willis at it. Morris. Mrs. Raymond Raszman and miss Ruth Carpenter accompanied by mrs. Beth Crouse of Clarendon were recent dinner guests of mrs. Arch Powell in port Allegany. Port treasurer. Directors named in addition to or. Dervay were j. Meryl Herr cashier of the Grange National Bank of Ulysses Robert Heimel cashier of the first National Bank of Coudersport and Stewart Erwin assistant cashier of the Bolivar office of the citizens National Bank of Wellsville. The association consists of officers and employees of banking institutions. Robert r. Williams president of Bradford National Bank was the principal speaker at the dinner program. He spoke to the More than 70 persons present on a what a Bank president expects from his officers and team of or. Dervay served As toastmaster for the occasion. Style Brief if your legs Are Chalk White and bulging with veins Yau can attract attention to them anyway next season in Zany socks from dior of Paris that camouflage while brightening the fashion picture. Picture an inky Black pair with a White one Inch Stripe running from ankle to calf. Or beige Wool stockings with a Large Green Point starting Broad at the Heel and narrowing half Way up the leg. Or fancy yourself in a typical menswear pattern of argyles which reach the hem of your skirt or in a Short Boot length sock with ends that tie like pirates blouses Over the legs of tucked in Slacks. Decorative Box a convert a Cigar Box into an attractive Container for sewing notions or jewelry. Cut lid from Box and glue Cotton bag print to lid and outside of Box allowing 3/4 margin for covering edges. Clip at Corners for smooth fit. Line with Plain bag fabric folding under 1/4 from edges. Decorate top and sides with Bias tape and Rick rack and use Button or wooden Knob for handle. Add cardboard dividers covered with Cotton bag fabric. a picture Justice get the hang of it whenever possible invisible Means of hanging should be employed to do right by the pictures that adorn your Walls. This is done so As not to detract attention from the paintings or big mirrors. Either nails Hook and Nail combinations or special picture Hooks with adhesive backs May be used. If a very Large or heavy picture or framed Mirror must be Hung with wires attached to the molding place the wire for a Square or rectangular picture parallel and for a round picture or Mirror in the shape of an inverted paint the wire the color of the Wall. Screw eyes for picture wire should be placed one Quarter of the Way Down from the top of the picture. If placed lower the picture might lean Forward from the Wall. Avoid twisting any excess picture wire into a Small snarl at the Back of the painting. The Ball of wire however Small will press against the Canvas and eventually will cause a bulge on the surface of the picture. We be seen this happen to a costly work of Art. If you re hanging your pictures on a plaster Wall you can pre vent the plaster from crumbling by placing adhesive tape under the Nail or Hook before driving. A Small matter but it can make i a big difference. Pictures must be seen to be enjoyed and in most cases this Means lighting above and beyond the general room illumination. There Are Many different types of lighting equipment available such As Over the Pic Ture reflectors mantel reflectors spot lights and lighted picture frames. The Best thing is to Experiment with different types of equipment until you find the one that does the most for your particular picture or grouping. The lighting should be As Subtle As possible. The reflection source should be visible Only from positions in the room which Are outside Normal viewing angles. The Angle at which Light is directed on a picture is important. Improperly Hung reflectors can produce Glare particularly on varnished Oil paintings or Glass covered pictures. Heart disease is no. I there were 126,199 deaths in Pennsylvania last year an increase of 3,210 from 1962. Heart disease was the no. I killer with 53,495 victims. Cancer caused 20,316 deaths. Married Austin Rice miss Judith Ann Rice daughter of or. And mrs. R. O. Nelson Smethport became the Bride of Harold Wallace Austin son of mrs. Florence Austin Bradford in a double ring ceremony performed june 13 at Coryville evangelical United Brethren Church by the Rev. Lynn Ostrander. Given in marriage by her Stepfather the Bride wore a Street length White dress of Nylon lace Over taffeta her Short veil was held by a Crown and she carried a White Bible topped by orchids. Mrs. Myra Rice Eldred served As Matron of Honor in a Pink Chiffon dress with lace jacket and Matching Headpiece. She carried a colonial bouquet. Mrs. Beverly Austin Bradford sister of the bridegroom wore a Chiffon dress with Matching lace jacket Headpiece and Floral arrangement As she served As bridesmaid. Jack Austin. Bradford was Best Man for his brother while James m. Rice the brides brother ushered. A reception was held in the Church Parlours following the ceremony. Mrs. Austin is a graduate of Smethport area High school and is employed at Zippo mfg. Co. Or. Austin is employed by the Continental rubber co. In Erie where the couple will reside. Penn Grade runs.252.022 barrels Pennsylvania Grade crude Ell runt the stills during the week ending june 13 totalled 151.022 barrels it was report. Of by the National Petroleum refiners Assn. The Dally average runs Dur. Ing the period were 34,033 barrels. Keating Grange schedules events for near future plans for a Public card party to be held Friday night were discussed during a meeting of Keating Grange tuesday night. Hostesses at Friday nights event will be Dora Fox Gertrude Burford and Aletha Spring Stead. Final plans also were made for a round and Square dance to be held Friday july to at the county Grange bldg at the Mckean county fair grounds in East Smethport. Music will be provided by Happy de and the gang. There will be a Public card party july to at Keating Grange Hall. Elias Smith is in charge of arrangements. It was announced at tuesday nights meeting that the Home economics committee is making arrangements to serve dinner on sunday july 12, at Keating Grange Hall during the antique car show in Smethport. Student news Gordon Olson son of or. And mrs. Ralph Olson Gifford was graduated from North Park College Chicago with a Bachelor of music degree. He will teach music in the Rockford 111. Public school system. Brussels sprout a cabbage after the a right to work tax has been deducted. Its no harder to find reasons Why you can do something than to find reasons Why it can Tbs done. Frame funeral Home North main Street Eldred phone 225-4782 Eldred to sol amp for Fez open daily Cones shakes a sundaes hot dogs Hamburgs French Fries phone Eldred 225-4719 buy or sell with want ads islands inhabited ninety six of the islands and atolls of Micronesia in the Pacific Are inhabited. Administrative districts Are entered in Rota Yap truk Ponape kor or and Majuro. The Saipan District is run by the . Navy. Luxury something people can do without but done to. Ruoff Agency collection and credit service 887-5300 or 887-5378 Smethport kids got a head Start to growing up with a jumping juvenile life insurance. Protects now builds Cash values. Coverage jumps five fold at age 21, at same Low Premium. Let a Tell you More. Emil j. Johnson representing Fidelity end guaranty life / it it Spike Slavin furniture television appliances phone 225-4785 main st., Eldred open evenings the 8 30 entire Stock a of summer hats i Price Village style Center Willovene Chase prop. Main Street Eldred coming Robert c. Earl circus thursday july 2 2 shows�?3 end 8 p. In. Only 800 seats buy your tickets Early firemen s lot Corner water and Nelson its. Smethport adults $1.00 children under 18 yrs. 75c Benefit Smethport fire department tickets on Sale by firemen insurance Agency running late too often ? if you re so Busy these Days that you find yourself a running later frequently a Here a a Way to save some precious minutes every week do All your banking at Hamlin Bank our wide variety of services a for saving checking and borrowing a permit you to take care of All your Money matters at one place during one visit. You la Cut Down on your banking time and you la get efficient understanding service. Try us now in our second Century of service Hamlin Bank and Trust company Tbs Pioneer Bank of Mckoan count / Kine Smethport my j vet member Federal Deposit Lasara acs corporals

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