Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1967 · Page 24
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 24

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1967
Page 24
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NOitKWOOO/IOWA, 5045f ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ~~ FOft SALE — Oik and w»l- nut lumber; collection 6t 48 souvenir itite plate*! sevcrt piece dinette let in good condition and two pair beige drapes. Call Northwood j 384.18M. 4-21 By GiRALD ANDMWS - Retirement AoVittr Heartening Advice I've just been reading what Dr. Paul Dudley White has to say about the causes and prevention of heart trouble. YOU must have heard-tell of Dr. White, the Boston specialist. Seems as if he's had more famous patients than you can shake a stick at — including Dwight D. Eisenhower. If you have any questions about the way your heart's liable to act up in the later years, Dr. White's a good man to listen to. - His advice is — well, heartening, in every sense of the word. It's about your heart And it's most encouraging. Dr. White begins by out that the heart is a pump that beats about 100,000 ' times a day. Remarkable pump, as you might imagine, .and if -<anything happens'to,it, you're • in" trouble, More and more * Americans are" finding themselves in deep trouble every -year. Why? According to Dr. White, a number of causes appear to be involved in the development of heart trouble. Why OverwdghtT One obvious thing is excess weight, which puts a strain on the circulatory system because the heart has to send more blood to more pounds of flesh. After all, what happens when you overload any pump? And there are just too many Americans overweight because they overeat.' The eating problem Is complicated by cholesterol, or/fat in the )lood, the precise effect of which s not completely understood. Or. White, like most of his colleagues, believes that'the less saturated fats you absorb, the better. Nervous tension is a different problem, perhaps directly affecting the heart, perhaps indirectly by causing an eating compulsion that causes obesity. Cigarettes? That*s a thorny question, but Dr. White does advise his patients to quit smoking. Coffee and liquor? Not so dangerous, but If you have any heart trouble at all, it would be wise to drop them. 4 ' : * x -~ < ^ Is heredity or environment' the key factor?,No one knows/ although they're working 'on it But it'does seem that if your family has no history of heart attacks, you .have a better chance of escaping one yourself. Okay — but what to do about it? Dr. White suggests regular medical .checkups so you can know where you stand. Follow the diet your doctor gives you, especially with regard to the avoidance of saturated fats. Take off that excess poundage. Control your tensions. And get some real exercise regularly. TAKE THF OUT OF FIGURE (WORK VICTOR ooM tow f|7|8l - - * flB V MHi ^^ I west cmd H mlW. north of fern**, FRIDAY, 139 HeodUvettock, Including Ml line'of form madHnery lauding '39 JD 730 tractor; some hay, and straw, several build- Ings, and some household DonaldHendrkksos, owner Auctioneers, Maynord Jaspers and Allan Clerk, Northwood State Bar* Northwood Anchor FOR SALE i ' 1 ' • '' ,-..' • 150 acres with above ay- it erage 4-bedroom ho m e V/a bath, furnace 4 years old. 138 acres tillable. MethusRoalty 324-2381 Mechanic Wanted i * ' ' ' , '?•->.«' For impl«m«nt and auto* motiv* work. Must bo fully experienced and qualified. Top wages, good- working conditions and insurance. Apply in person; only'ex- perienced man will be con* sidered. Jaspers Implement ; NOfffnWOOQf IOWO FOR SALB — AKC tri-celored Basset pups; shots end wormed; females, S5S.M; Males, $45.00. Arlene Luming, RFD 2, Albert Loo, Minnesota. P44-2B SHOES for the entire family at money-saving prices at Reuben's bi Forest City. Choose from the largest stock in north lowo. Lodios shoos from AAAA narrow to EBB In sisos up to 11; men's shoos hi ell widths up to else 14. Wo have the tooting national brands. Reuben's Deportment Store, Forest City. M*ii er (512-2112) your »d to "SUMMIT PEACH" 27,100 we*k in f newtpapo r»J .100 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS SERVICE TO THE FOREST THE FOREST CITY SUMMIT MATERNITY CLOTHES—lsr»t nsw shipment just arrived, including dresses, jumpers, skirts, slicks, blouses. All newest styles, newest fall colors, newest. fabrics: Reuben's Department Store, Forest City, Iowa. Ptttfb ARE YOU RESPONSIBLE* Wo ere looking for an ambitious person who Is responsible' end likes to moot people. Duties would consist of taking over weir established soles routes by delivering end driving In §scheduled territory. Appllcent should bo over 21 years of age end preferably married. Fold vacation and many other employee benefits. Contact Mr. Al. Mitchell at Blue Earth, Minn., phone S2442U. P44B SALE: Hewlett's Duroc boors, 4 south, 1 oast BrHt. Phono 7eJ- MM _ Mi-lip AUTOMOTIVE BODY MAN wentodl Steady, yoer-oround |ob; good shop; clean, warm; good equipment; sslsry end commission deal; all benefits. Whitels Auto Co.. Forest City, ALUMINUM Ideal for lining farm bwiU. Meklnej i p eef v*epeilre« etc* thick so they're easy to work. 2Sc osch. Summit Print. Ing Co., Porest CHy, lows. Mtfh POR SALB: Chertono Hyd. pump. Also S • llxM tires. Phono fU-ltn Osrnor. FOR SALB: 13 drinking cups end pipe. Tod Von Neve, Lelend. S»7«4t21. P44p COMPLETE UPHOLSTERING SBRVICBI All typos upholst- orlng; hundreds of plastic end fobflc samples. Knife end sheer sharpening service (Including pinking sheers). Satisfaction Forest City, phone SII*4|71 FOR TRBB STUMP Remove! cell WeMon TwoohNi. Phono Leland M7-471S. PART'TIMB OPENING FOR MAN OR WOMAN, Bxctllent earnings. World Book Encycle* podia, Call collect Fort Dodge $7i-mi between f o,m, end 3 >.m. P4I-2B WANTED; Cem comWnini 91 inch rows. Gary Knudtsen, W4447, COmPLBTB on «M form flf« service, vulcanising, tin re- psiring of all fcindSr Rlfherd- son's Tiro Shop, Forest City, IfHb WR NEED A MANI Dairy and ! creamery work. Fold vacations end Insurance. No drinker. Forest City Creamery. ' •"•TRAVEL NO FURTHER for of the family. You'll find all the famous brands at Reuben's Deportment Store* Feres! City. 1 HAMPSHIRE BOARS - good records, good ojuslHy. Oaten Wooge, Crystal Lake,- phono 54H7M. 44-» FOR SALB - AKC, tri-ceJerod Basset pups; shots end wormed; femeles, SSS.M; Melee, S4S.W. Arlone Luiwlng, RFD 2, Albert P44-2B SHOBS for the entire family at money-saving prices at Reuben's bi Forest City. Choose from the largest stock in north lows. Ladies shoes from AAAA narrow to BBB m sises up to 11; moii's shoes In all widths up to slie 14. Wo have the toad^ "efeif City* ARB YOU RESPONSIBLE* Wo ere looking for on ambitious person who Is responsible end like* to moot people. Duties would consist of taking over well established soles routes by delivering end driving in e scheduled territory. Applicant should be over 21 years of age .and preferably married. PsW vacation end msny other em- Al. y *MHthsll It Blue** Berth! ALUMINUM SHBBTS*-«-«lo" UBB^B! ear HBBBBEI stMfeBB fat<BBBB« ings, mekbig roof rofsirs, etc. .If*" thick st they're easy to work, tfc osch, fvmmit Prtat« ing Ce., Fomt CHy, lowf, Qffb For Fast Low-Cost • ' , ' •Circulars •Catalogs •Direct Mailings bring your needs , - ) to our big hi-speed ? *i web-offset press We can print and fold decolors, catalogs, etc. at more than 14,000 per hour, Contact any of the "Peach Newspapers," orthw Summit Printing Co. FOREST CITY, IOWA

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