Your Thanksgiving Pageant IMlRrim costumes for boys and men
,f)o you want to transform a group, may be siniplv full gymnasium bloom-
of little girls into Pilgrim maius?j era really girls" bloomers long capes
They can wear their plain every-dayi tr cloaks and tall hats with paste
mhool dresses letting down the hems; board buckles covered. with silver pa
and simply adding white kerchiefs, j)tr. The men always wore their hair
caps and aprons made out of paper.-"boxed." The bob-heared athletic girl
cheesecloth, larg old handkerchiefs of today makes an excellent Pilgrim
or any pieces of white goods you hap-1 boy!
pen to have at hand. If all new Pil-.
grim dresses are wanted, cotton cam-,
brie, unglazed Canton flannel and c-ot-i
ton repp are excellent materials for;
The charming "little Priscillas" in,
the Plymouth pageant wore canibrk
gowns of different colors with the
daintiest of caps and kerchiefs.
It Is a mistake to dress Pilgrim girls; "America the Deautiful
and women always in black or Quaker! ine Lee Bates, teacher
gray. They actually wore some rare-, Wellesley College. A number of the
ly beautiful colors, soft pastel tints of 'hymn tunes sung by the Puritans in
da'rk green blue. gray, gray-green and their worship are to be had In record
warm shades of maroon and bronze ; form.
Patterns may be had for all of the
costumes, including the caps, ker
chiefs and other accessories.
If you wish any special music, folk
dances or song records suitable for
Thanksgiving, ask your phonograph
dealer for a catalog of educational rec
ords. For a Harvest Festival mine is
better than the record of the poem
Their kerchiefs and caps were all
alike and every Pilgrim woman tuck
ed her hair under her cap just so.
And that is why people have taken it
for granted that their dresses were all
'of one color and all of one style. Not
a bit so.
! Unless yon have some . particular
'play or festival in mind, four . first
! step might be to write for the mime
: ographed bulletin, "Suggestions for a
! Thanksgiving Program," arranged by
, the Bureau of Educational Dramatics
I Community Service, Inc., 315 Fourth
' Avenue, New York City, enclosing ten
Spitzenbergs, Arkansas Blacks and Golden Ortleys
At Wholesale Prices to the Public
Come in and look at them and you will want to buy a
box. The price is good and the apples are better.
Busy Bee Fruit Market
Main Street , Bisbee
cents in stamps to cover postage and
mailing. You can theu select your
own program and send" for the play or
pageant to the addresses listed in the
bulletin, enclosing the cost price for
them. From the November Designer.
The Right Way to Breathe
The fundamental of health also of
beauty is proper breathing. Most peo
pie don't bring the remote cells of the
lungs into use. Reducing the respira
tions to ten per minute for fiye conse
utive minutes three times a day will
insure fuV breathing. For instance as
yon are walking instead of breathing
as you ordinarily do, make ten com
plete respirations per minute (ten in-j
halations and ten exhalations). In I
other words, you breathe in for three
seconds and out for three seconds,
making a complete respiration every
six seconds, at which rate your respir
ation will be at the rate of ten per
minute. To simplify, make fifty com-
lilpto rpcniratinna last von fivo min-l
utes. At the end of five minutes you
will find that you will be breathing
deeply and filling your lungs to capa
city. This is simply an exercise, and
three or four times a day will be found
sufficient. From the November Delineator.
Actors- Oldest TandJYoungest
Do You Stand Properly?
There is probably no more import-
i ant exercise or training: than that of
! assuming a correct posture over and
j over again, many times a day, all
through life, until it becomes a fixed
and constant habit.
Correct posture has to do not only
with external' appearance (which, re
member, makes for success in life),
but it serves to keep all the organs
within the body in their proper posi
tion and enables them all to function
easily and efficiently.
Stand with back against the wall,
touching it with heels, legs, shoulders
and headfeet together, arms at sides
little fingers touching thighs, palms
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! HOW TO COOK CRANBERRY
Puncture oath cranberry willi
1 m-edle. Make a thik sirup, using t
; twice as much sugar .as water and j
: boiling tlie mixture u itil it spins aj
; thread. Remove the sirup from the
: fire and rop the cranberries into !
j it slowly. Shake the sirup gently
, until each cranberry is covered. Do j
j not add the cranberries so rapidly, t
for salads or
I feet ion From
desserts cr as a con
the November ilxlin-
a t eator.
; that the sirup begins to bubble.
; Place the cranberries over the
ihnat and let thorn come to the boil-j
ir.-iuint hut do not let. them bubble.
, Remove them from the fire and set!
' fnem asido to cool. When cool place!
over the heat and again let them i
; come to the boiling-point. Remove J
' thent from the fire and Jet stand;
unl il cool. Repeat this process once ,
, again. Then remove the cooled cran ;
; berries from ihe sirup, drain them!
; on oiled paper, and roll theru i:i
j granulated sugar if desired.
Cranberry cherries may be made
by thi.-; process in -one day. instead!
i of the three days required by older
' metnods. They are used as. garnishes
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, , Children
The Original Food-Drink for All Age
RichMfllc, Malted Grain Extract in Pow
ST Avoid Imitations and Substitutes
The kind of - Bread that
makes you want more.
This contrast in Broadway's theatrical world shows Esther Banks,
ildest member ol the Actor's Equity League, with the Equity Baby.
Golden Krust Bread;
Hood River Spitzenberg Apples, per fxx.l.. ,.,.$3.00
Spuds, 40 lbs. for.. ...:.:;..--!..:: . $1.00
We have a fresh stock of Dried Fruit, Citron, Orange
and Lemon Peel,' Glace Cherries, Pineapple, Fresh Nuts
Tea Garden Preserves
Our Meat Department
. handles the best of meats at prices that are right
Order Your Thanksgiving Turkey
From Us Now
Turkeys, live, per lb.... 40c
Turkeys, dry picked, per lb , 45c
We Make Two Deliveries Daily
Truck leaves our store 8 a. m. and 1 p. m.
Black Knob Grocery
Phone 664 Warren
5?KT WNERS spagB
AJlyla Pure EGG NOODLES
' SPITZENBERG FANCY
$2.85 per box
$2.65 per box
$2.15 per box
$1.50 per box
Absolutely Finest Fruit
We are now taking oders for
Turkeys and Chickens
3 loaves .".
facing outward. Take a deep brei'th of the feet, and go through the circling
lifting the chest high." (This throws! movement as follows: Arms fully ex-.
the shoulders back and lifts all of the tendG(1 straight at sides, then describe
vital organs into uie.r uu , - circle8 wilh the hands a3 shown by
healthful position). Holding the body;
tn i-.is noKition. take two stens for-;
ward, brine feet together, throw
Graham, and Raisin Bread
weight slightly forward on the balls
and be assured of a choice fowl
Metz Car Stop Phone 205
and Purr F.GG NOODLES
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Need io Parboil
Special Sale of
For Today and Thanksgiving Week
Whole Ham, lb.. 32c
Half Ham, lb... 35c
Don't forget to place your order
with us for your Thanksgiving Tur
keys, Ducks and Geese. We have
some fine Fryers and Young Fat
Hens. Remember all our poultry
is home grown and home dressed.
Miners Meat Market
dotted lines in the illustration on page
50, keeping the arms stff and the
palms upward so that they would hold
water, tight circles starting forward
and eight starting backward. Arms
at sides again, step hack two paces,
and by touching the wall, see if you
have retained the correct posture. Re
peat until the correct posture is learn
ed and finally becomes a fixed habit,
lie careful not to strut. From tlie
We Sell Malt Syrup
Phone 825 We Deliver
Tea Garden Jams
All sizes and flavors
Large shipment just received
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables of
All kinds of Nuts, Citron, Lemon
and Orange Peel
iVE SELL -rVC
jnd Pure EGG NOODLES
1 The Superior
and Pure EGG NOODLES
Saturday - Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday
Open Until 9:30 Wednesday Night
Celery, bunch 15c
Cauliflower, lb. 15c
Cranberries, lb 18c
Lettuce, head 15c
Spinach, lb 10c
3 for 25c
5 lbs. for 25c
String Beans fresh
per lb 35c
Almonds, lb. 25c
Pecans, lb 35c
Lemons, dozen ....40c
Oranges, dozen. ...5Cc
Grapefruit, 3 for..25c
Raiuins, bulk. lb.. 20c
Raisins, seeded or
seedless, lb 20c
Golden State Butter
Apples ' $f.40
We Will Have Stale Bread Wednesday
WE GIVE SERVICE WE DELIVER
j t?sr food I
J Eat mere of if I
The one food that all
the people want all the
Plain and wholesome
substantial and nour
ishing Give it the first place
on your table.
No other food has the
same food value. k -
Ours is a really deli
cious loaf. ,
Ask your grocer to
send you a loaf today.
.1 TO THE I,
rkSam holiday , !
I ! v We especially wish to call your attention to our ft?
it ii r
We have made a special effort
to stock a complete line of
fancy Fruits, Vegetables,
Nuts, Meats and Poultry for
your Thanksgiving Dinner,
and are pleased to announce
that we will be in a position to
give you the best the market
affords at reasonable prices.
We especially wish to call your attention to our
Delivery Service, as we have made preparations
to make extra deliveries on Wednesday.
We are here to serve you.
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Bisbee Phone 14 Lowell Phone 51 Warren Phone'484 -
Headquarters for Turkeys .
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