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The New Oregon Statesman, Salem, Oregon, Friday Zloming. February 15, 1929
By I ulu Hunt Peters MIX
TTjOR several years I hare been
, mj haring comp3xlon troubles j
f and somehow I can't under'.
Quite well balanced and my gen
eral hygiene Is
more, I - rarely
h a t e Indiges
tion or constl
p a 1 1 on . " My
skin' is of the
oily type. Do
you think that
may be the xi
may be he
cause?'" I hare
l-ty tried cleansing
V my face nightly
pV j X7 a with - cold
pJtuttuNTPentsjts1 Seem -to giro
me no results. E." -
During adolescence the oil
' glands of the skin are frequently
Irf over-active. Pimples- In all de
grees may result (acne). You
shouldn't use cold cream on your
face at all. as it is olly.-E. Scrub
at twice daily with soap and hot
water, followed by cold, and then
apply a glycerine solution. You
can put a few drops of the pure
glycerine in your palm and apply
it to your faec while it Is still wet.
Glycerine must be very diluted to
The diet should bo low in
starches and sugars and fatty
You are fortunate not' to have
acne. We have an article on the
subject If you want it.
"After reading both your books
on diet and health. I have reduced
43 pounds in three months. I still
have about 20 pounds to lose and
I hope to keep up the good work.
I feel fine and look very much
"I have lost as high as four
pounds a week and I did not feel
so well then, for I would get cold
and weak and I looked bad. But
now I am losing about one and
one-half pounds a week and feel
stronger and better. I walk about
two miles three times a week and
find It Important along with the
exercises you advise. I eat almost
.mT- everything, but take only small
helpings. At noon, I take some
l raw vegetables nr fruit. We have
an early Bupper, at 4 p. m., and I
don't eat anything after that, and
I don't feel hungry, either.
When one reduces as high as
four pounds a week, there must be
too great limitation of the essen
tials of the diet, and naturally one
becomes under par. However, It
is a good plan in the beginning
bat . not necessary to go on a
liquid or semi-liquid diet, not over
500 to - 800 calories .a day, for
three or four days, in order -to
shrink the stomach and clean up
the Intestinal tract. During thl?
period, from five to ten. pound
may be lost, but after this, one
and one half to two pounds a week
is enough (unless being super
vised by a physician).
Another reason for not' reduc
ing too rapidly is that the reducer
must continue his new modes of
eaUng all his life; that Is, he ha
to re-educate his tastes; other
wise, 7 aftejr reducing the weight
will gradually accumulate again.
A brisk walk of two miles a day
Is a great help.
It too often happens that those
who are overweight feel that they
must get rid of their excess right
away, and because they cannot do
that, they get discouraged. If they
would realize that even though
but one-half pound a week Is lost
on the average, it means a loss of
28 pounds a yearf which is con
siderable. And further realize
that if one doesn't try 'to lose
something the, probability is that
at the end of the year there will
be a slight gain instead of a loss.
I am glad you had such splen
did results. Mrs. S.
Our Instructions on reducing
and gaining are contained in a
pamphlet on the subject which
you may have.
JCdltor'm If eta : Dr. Patera eannat
dlaffnoso, nor ftrm personal advice.
Your questions, it of funeral inter,
est. wiU be answered In to col
umn, In turn. Requests for articles
Bust be accompanied bf a tally
self-addressed, stamped envelope
and 1 cents in coin for each article,
to cover cost of piintlna and hand
Una;. For the pamphlet on redue
tnjr and sainlne;. 10 cents In coin,
with fully self-addressed, stamped
envelope, must te enclosed. Ad
as Ur. Peters la care eX this
Merry Go Round
Has Evening Bridge
i Dr. and Mrs. Charles Robertson
were hosts to the Merry-Qo-Round
club . Tuesday. Acada, pussywil
lows end daffodils formed an at
tractive . background . tor bridge
playing during the evening. High
score at the close of playing was
'ield by Mrs. Apperson for the la-
liee and T. B. Kay for the men.
Mrs. Robertson served at a 'late
hour. ' : " -
Special guests for the evening
were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Apperson,
)f MeMinnville, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Goulet
ind Dr. and Mrs. R. Lee Stelner.
mm e . ,
Farewell Dinner ,
Honors M. H. Bross
Mr. and Mrs!. P. E. Spencer en
tertained a small group at bridge
Wednesday evening In their home
on South Liberty street. After a
few hours of brldre the hostess
served a dainty lunch to the group
which Included Mr. ana Mrs. uan
Helnline. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Follls,
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Rowland,
and the boats Mr. and Mrs. P. E.
e e e
The Daughters of Elizabeth will
sponsor a cooked food sale Sat
urday" at the Southern Pacific
ticket office on North Liberty
street. The committee in eharge
of the sale Includes Mrs. T. A.
Winishar, Mrs. N. Rocque, Mrs.
B. Eckerlen. Mrs. Roach. Mrs. J.
Perry. Mrs. L. ; Nadstaneck - and
Mrs. M. Lane.
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Buttermilk 15c gallon
Whipping Cream, pts. 30c
Whipping Cream, V2 99 15c
Table Cream, pts. . 20c
Table Cream, V2 pts. . 10c
Aflanh?eseiin & Him.
The Home of the Cherro Valley Butter
TO UMKE TO BAKE
And remember, too, that
when you are through,
there are no failures, no re
comes from the oven light
and evenly raised. Try die
famous Calumet Biscuit
Recipe. Of course, every
body will want more 1 of
them but you won't mind
because they can be made
in a jiffy- - , ,.
UAKtS BAKING XASlin
4 cava Soot
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mt tbraa lliai.
with farb et
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tmt m sat I fcWfc
vaa lit i
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Honoring M.; H. Bross who
plans to leave soon for St. John.
Michigan, where he will make hir
home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cooley
entertained at dinner In their
home Tuesday evening.
Covers were laid for Mr. Bross.
the guest of honor and C. P.
Bishop. Roy Shelton, Oliver
Locke, Faye Wright, LeRoy Oard,
Garlen Simpson. Lawrence Bach,
Hal Hart and William Paulus
Following dinner bridge was
enjoyed. High score prize of the
evening was won by Mr. Bach,
Miss Ruby BralUka and Miss
Fern Lang entertained the nurses
of the child health demonstration
at a dinner and card party In
their home on State street Wed
nesday night. Included in the
group were Dr. Estella Ford War.
ner. Miss Benita Stroud, Miss' Ger
trude Breyen, Miss Irma LaRiehe,
Miss Margaret McAlplne, Miss
Martha Harrison. Miss Fern A.
Gould in g, Mrs. Jane Gouidlng,
Miss Mildred Ihrlg. Mrs. M. Lit
tler, and the hostess. Miss BralU
ka and Miss Lang. -
with each other in producing the
most original models. Popular
and in good taste are the alligator
bags lined with kidskln which are
carried when alligator sports ox
fords are worn.
In the Premet opening at Paris,
models for evening show 1880 in
fluence. Small Jackets are
trimmed !th ruchings in quaint
Circular flares at the side or a
chemise or on French panties al
low a smooth waistline with full
ness at the hips.
Crepe marocaln is being used in
Dlace of flat crepe In spring en
Vfrifxr'a AHvOTif urea "nasr"
THE TJJTtN VTX'KD GUESTS . .fell over Into the leaves. If I ever
ETER was surprised at Moth-meet him I shall tell him how sor
er" Grouse's w o r d s. He and ry I am, X shouldn't have gone
Mr. Partridge had never met! near him, but I certainly thought
that he knew of. - I he was a stump."
- -wny, wnen 01a cusiuro 1 -well, don't Ulk any more
him?" asked Peter. I haven't I now." said Mother Partridee.
seen any other Partridge but you I "There isnt time it we are going
since I entered these woods."! to see the show. The drumming
Then he rememDerea someuung has stopped. That means the
he had almost rorgotten. dress parade is about to begin,
"Was your husband that queer perhaps it has already started,
brown jitump that scuttled off Into - rWft tint t k mitA
t,- --.iwit" pta .hn-kld. .Hon nenlnd that tree, boy, and
mv . I.AA Mn, ,mvn Kalil.il I . . ..
you did at the children, and you
can see all that is going on. But
"Now .that mystery Is solved. ; I
am sorry I disturbed your hus
band, but he seared me so that I
BOnUS EXTEQSIOiJ IS
OPPOSED BY BAILEY
don't move. It Is the stirring that
a Partridge notices every time.
"The children and I. will stand
in front of that tree so that If the
cocks see anything it will be us.
If you don't understand anything
you see, ask me (only be sure that
you whisper) and I will tell you
whatever I know about It'
"All rttlt IhtnVt wtf an
Senator Ed Bailey and state rancn 8ald tat boy rratefully.
Treasurer Kay appeared nerore Before the words were out of his
the resolutions commuiee mouth Mother Partridge had ta-
and nrotested against a proposea -an her stand In frhnt nf tha trM
constitutional amendment which ner babies grouped about her all
would extend the loan privilege Btin as statues, anxious not to
of the Oregon bonus and loan lawjmjg, a Dit OI the interesting per-
to any war veteran woo ns maue pormance.
his home la Oregon for a penoa That la. all the little Partridges
of more than 10 years. i except Fear-No-Harm were with
Senator Bailey said the pro- their mother. Peter missed him
posed amendment would Increase! but, hearing a faint noise, turned
materially the amount pt money! his head and there at his side
necessary to administer the law. stood the chap.
and that additional bonds would "Mother would be sure to scold
have to be sold. He offered a me it I laughed at father and his
number of amendments to the res-j friends, so I stayed back with you
olutlon which he said would clar- so's I could laugh If I wanted to.
lfv the situation. I whispered the youngster. "Just
The state treasurer took the po- look at those old fellows, will
sitlon that the state of Oregon you f All puffed out like pigeons
was not Interested In assisting proud of themselves as can be
war veterans of other states, who Silly things. Yet mother says that
mift-ht coma to Oregon tor the sole one day I shall act just so. I don't
purpose of obtaining the loan. believe It. I've got more sense!
New Evidence is
Piled Up Against f
LOS ANGELES. Calif.. Feb. 16.
(AP) Evidence that former dis
trict attorney Asa Keyes received
S3 000 worth of gifts. In addition
to those he was charged with hav-l
ins- accented In the bribery trial
which ended last week In his con
viction, is now complete. District
Attornev Buron Fltts announced
This evidence Is ready to pre
sent to the grand Jury, he said.
Progress also is being made In
checking the statement of Ben
r.attntr. alleeed bribe fixer, who
wa. convicted with Keyes. that the!
former prosecutor received $151,
AAfl Tnnra in cash than he was
'Cake-Walking In the
Ask yew grocer for
new Crown Cake
and cafc baaan.
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