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KGRr«^u<> ' TIFF-AW, OHIO, DEAR nOA!.'S iFTfTE QSAV3 SKovVtiP ITS '/vC '7>4— “TCHoor? * ' ,ST ER Great Expectations By LES FORGRAVE \ | XI i SS^S LSSTAaI J f| y UgT .-y E y^ fe ’ 1 TUtS OfyOEO. J .' JI '' t -n-wsr's it ©oooy. put uttle 'pile | : be qoiet to N OF BaCJE OMDeR YOO A LITTLE. B\T AND NNE'LL J STQEV) VT ALObAG TOWARD TAE. SEE. \K)HAT VAE OOES 7 bushes Tv4E PIGEON - -r - l//% <-1 '* wo>ng - 3 -mOA ik/ V Oi'p/ for the Medium Type Os Person Should Be Mixed ♦iy LOGAN CLENDENING, M. D. HAVING described the slender person and the stockily-built person ond the diets tor them, is it pos sible to make any special recom mendations for the person of medium type? Theoretically these should con. stitute the larg est group of the population, . but practically they are probably the smallest. They exhibit mixed types of body, some of them with a digestive system like the slender type, and ductless gland system like the 5..^.. v v ‘ Hr Clendening- stocky type. Since the fuel foods predominate in the diet of the slender type, and fruits and vegetables form the bulk of the diet of stocky people, the in termediate type might have all of ihese things mixed, with a tendency one way or the other, depending on exactly what his own bodily len iency is. The relation of occupation or of the work and exercise done by these people is important in de ‘eimining the amount of food. The more muscular work that has to be tone, i he more should the fuel foods be added, and the less exertion that is required in doing the day's work, the more the-vegetable and complete intake hop id he lowered In general, it should be said that the variation- in the food should con.-. sHt more in the starches and fats than in the meats and other protein foods It is not true, necessarily, that the more ex ercise one takes the more meat is required. Fuel foods, which include starch, sugar and fats, are as valuable for replacing energy as meat itself. There is no question that mental work does not require extra food or eNra fuel fond The amount of fuel that Is needed for mental effort is so small as to be negligible. Diets recommended as suitable for persons of medium build are as fol lows: SEDENTARY (Breakfast) Orange Juice Corn Flakes (or olher dry cereal) With Top Milk Graham Muffins Jam Coffee (Lunch) Chicken Croquettes Creamed Celery on Toast Shredded Cabbage Salad Pineapple Cookie* Tea (Dinner) Bouillon Roast Lamb With Mint Sauc* Browned Potatoes Carrots and Peas Lettuce Salad (French Dressing' Apple Pie ACTIVE (Breakfast) Stewed Apricots Cornmeal Mush (With Top Milk) Shirred Eggs With Two Small Sausages Toast Coffee (Lunch) Clam Chowder Ham Hash Spinach Rolls Pear Salad ’ Milk Brown Betty With Hard Sauce (Dinner) Cream of Asparagus Soup Broiled Steak French Fried Potatoes Cauliflower, au Cretin Lettuce and Tomato Salad (Mayonnaise Dressing) fee Cream Cake EDITORS NOTE: Sis pamphlets by Dr. Clendening can now be ob tained by sending in cents in coin, for each, and a eels-addressed envelope stamped with a three-cent stamp, to Dr. Logan Clendening, in care or this paper. The pamphlets are: “Indigestion and Copptiparion.’* “Be. during and Gaining,” “Infant Feed ing,” “Instructions for the Treatmem of Diabetes,” “Feminine .Hygiene” and “The Care of the Hair and Skin ' PAGE SEVEN Dispatch WANT ADS Get Results DON’T FAIL TO SEE ITS BEFORE you buy seed potatoes and other kinds of seed. Also fertilizer for garden and other crops. Kittrell and Harris 21-Stf AUTHORIZED AUTOMOTIVE RA diator service. We clean, tepair or recore any make of raditor. Motor Sales Co. 28-ts COMPLETE LINE STATESVILLE flour, chick starting mash, laying mash, scratch feed, dairy and hog feed. Will sell wholesale or retail H. B. Newman. 16-21-23-20 FOR HEMSTITCHING, PICOTINg] dress making, suits, ladies coats. Everything made to measure. Satis faction guaranteed. See Estelle Wal ston. E. G. Davis and Sons Store. Phone 141. Mond-Fri-tf FOR SALE LIVING ROOM SUITE, piano, Singer electric sewing ma chine, typewriter, cash register, Light fixtures. Call Biller’s, 547 o-r 592-J after 6. 23-1 ti WILL unloaFtoFay CAR load of extra choice Tennes see mules, well broke and ready lor work. Come and look them over. Prices are rigid.. W. C. 1 light’s Store. If. MAN WITH GOOD (’Alt: —TO handle .in old e:;ia-alislied line of 1 70 farm and house hold products, steady employment, pleasant out door work every io-m guaranteed. We help you to .succeed, our sales methods bring quick results. Write today for free catalogue. G. C. HEBERLTNG GO, Dept. 1810, Blooming!oh, 111. 22-211 SPECIAL PRICES FOR SATURDAY fresh country eggs and nice fat. hens. Free dressing service. Oser’s Poultry Market, under Coopers Warehouse, 23-lti JUST UNLOADED CAR OF HAV and car of flour. We have in tran sit car of shipstuff and car t>f Purina feeds. Prices right. Come to see us. Kittrell and Harris. 21-3 ti MAINE CROWN SEEtT POTATOES, Red Bliss certified or' select Cob blers, from peck lots to car lots. Prices right. H. B. Newman, phorie 250. 16-19-21-23 I .OUGHLIN-GOODVVYN - AUTHOR, ized Dealer—Majestic and Philco adios. Complete service facilities to render factory service, large stock of parts for ail makes. Phono 118. I^-ts WILL UNLOAD TODAY CAR-' load of extra choice Tennes see mules, well broke and ready for work. Come and look them over. Prices are rgiht. W. C. Hijfht’s Store, ts GROCERY STORES, FISH DEAI~ ers and others can save money oh their wrapping paper by buying old papers for 10c per bundle at tha Dispatch office. Also fine for kind ling fires. 19-ts NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. Notice is hereby given that I have qualified as administrator of the es tate of Cary P. Harris, deceased, and all persons having claims against said decedent will exhibit same to me pro perly verified within one year from this date or this notice will pleaded in bar of recovery. All persons indebt ed to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. This the 2nd day of March A D. 1934. W. PAGE HARRIS, Administrator Estate Cary P. Harris. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT * BEFORE TIIE CLERK. Summons By Publication. North Carolina: County of Vance: T. S. liiltrcll. Administrator of Aaron Smith, deceased. vs. ■ Henry Smith mu: ills wife, Fowls Smith and bis wife, Arthur Smith and his wife, the. husband of Polly Smith Harrison, Frank Harrison and wife, Muhie. Harrison Hextor and husband. John Harrison And wife, Frank Han Bon ami wife, Wil liam Harrison and wife, the widow of Raldy Smith Eleanor E. Sutton and husband, Everett E Smith, and wife, Arthur A Smith and wife, Howard G. Smith (unmarried) age 20, Dorothy M. Smith (unmarried) age 18 and Margaret F. Smith (un married) age 14, being all of the heirs at law of Aaron Smith, De ceased, and T. P. Gholson, Guardian ad Litem for Howard G. Smith, and Margaret F. Smith. The defendants above named will take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced .in the Superior Court of Vance County, N. C. to sell the lands of Aaron Smith, deceased to make assets for his estate, with which to pay his debts and the said defendants will further take notice that they are required to appear at the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Vance County, in Henderson, N. C. on tho 26th day of April 1934 and answer or demur to the complaint in the above entitled action, or the plaintiff will apply to the court for tho relief demanded In the complaint. This 16th day of March, 1934. E. O. FALKNER, Clerk Superior Court. INSURANCE—RENTALS REAL ESTATE—BONDS AL. B. WESTER Phone 139-J —Office 11$ Young fit.