Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 6, 1963 · Page 9
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Ckilesbur j ister-Mail, Galesbur _ r Pointers • L For Summer Skin Divers By WAVNE & iRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspaper Bnterprin Am. mm M an kiikti ^ HI- PSpMhfMy. body gates with each foot of water skiing, the popu- descent, The important cases in skill diving^ is increasing dude the air in the middle saw* s million nersons slnuws, lungs, and that dissolved in your Mood. ALEXIS «. The Faculty Bridge Owen Cartoon, took the gifts to Club was entertained for list camp. meeting of year by Mrs. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Donald Farr and Pcake Jr., at her home Ttwrs- son Donnie moved Saturday to day. Dessert was served follow- RosevHie. Hn had been voca- ed by bridge. Favors were won tlonal agriculture teacher at by Mrs. James with her brotltef, Leslie Lund* gren ahd wife of Mount Morris. Miss Ann j.talotiey, who attends summer school at W.I.U. at" Ma* comb, spent the weekend at home. Closes Cafe F Mrs. Larry French returned to Alexis school past year and has home of to* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cason Allen of Cameron Hussey, Mrs. Raymond Mart, Mrs. bon Farr, entered the insurance business. Mrs. Robert Houser. Mrs. Ceola Ycager of Lattarpe aftcr spending the past four Carol Houser, Linda Porter and *P** Tuesday with Mrs, James- months with her aunt, Mrs. Clara thfa country will try pressure Increases pwd on i through understanding I the rate of 18 pounds per square Of tlit natifds involved. Nancy Carlson left Sunday to attend cheerleaders* damp at Du- Quoin for a week. Nancys father, •t- y— p.- New Windsor Hussey. Ryncr and helping In restaurant. Mrs. Ryncr closed her cafe Sat- Mrs* W. Date Porter and Mrs. -1-tJ . t , . , , tt • . . . Bill Clark entertained Delta Ace P f ^^ht and will go back to !i ifeti titta* the first pre. MMIM li to make tart that y« are physically fit. Nooae wttk aa aeate or chronic re* ****S^,2.*nL I Cott r** to Hold first IS feet. Bfldge Club at a cookout Tuesday evening in the Porter home. After supper bridge was played and each one received a favor. her home in Oquawka* ' Mrs. James Hussey attended Delta Kappa Gamma meeting in home of Miss Virginia Hinchllff in Galesburg Friday. Miss Marilyn Purlee went to Ames, Iowa Friday to visit her friend Julie Andrews until Monday, they are roommates at Ames. Miss Andrews is attending State University summer school. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Burns returned Sunday aftcr visiting relatives in Chicago since Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yecker* ing, Wilma and Susie of Owens* boro, Ky./who arc visiting her brother Jack Jar boo at Sea ton, Iowa visited Sunday with their uncle, John Elder and family. Gail, of Miqwrn* Mr, ctair Cooper and family of Miss Linda Lawrence and City and Mrs. Mae Line at • -v; - - •• J h -L J H Mr. ahd Mm, Loren of Monmouth moved to the Cherry Richardson spent Tuesday in Chicago. Linda wilt go into nurses training In Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cahoon vac « t « ! ^JS 1 !! - ^ JB 'aw- and Michael returned to their * Wm «« Cou "^ Nuf8 home in Rock Island after spend- in 8 Home - Mardyne Rohr and three children of Aurora* Colo., are visit* Mr. and Mrs. Don Bellinger | ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rohr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Potts of Rock Island spent Sunday with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ing past month with their parents here. Mr and daughter of Detroit* Mich., visited relative's and friends in Alexis last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Higgins entertained Mrs. Sadie Cooper and 1 and Mrs. Ed Dublo. Infection, epilepsy. nlptfcred ear drum, or lift* paired hearlag shemM *vea eoaiMer this apart. FOR DIVERS who do not go more than 20 feet below the surface, no equipment is necessary. lng m and ^ Ver ^, Johnson Curtis Moore, Richard Milter, Myron Simpson and Bob McCreight returned home Saturday . . An °P en after spending past week at Boys house will be held Sunday, honor- state at Springfield. Open House NEW WINDSOR For deeper descent, minimum equipment; consists of a face mask covers the eyes and nose (goggled are unsatisfactory), and Then „ need, and always plan to make | flipfiers. Earpl partner aldne. Have one person 120 feet they will prevent equalize knows where Ition of the air on both the ear. Drums, may rupture: you are. The chief hazards result from I from Mrs. Lawrence Yung, Frank at their home Jn Viola from 2 to 5 and Bernice, left Friday to spend p.m. Relatives and friends were the weekend visiting relatives at invited to attend. Pincknevville. Vergil Johnson and Miss Bertha Barbdra and Susan Kratz re- Gpben of Viola were married July turned to their home in Clinton 18,1938, in Davenport, Iowa. Their after spending past week with ^attendants* were Mr. and Mrs. their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Goben of Vrola. They have Ro ya i Kratz. ' Barbara and Susan Kratz re- FOUNTAIN SPMI/VLS Furthermore ^^^^ outside may force the plugs so a daughter, Mrs. Tom Cudd, two sons, Dean and Robert, at home, and one* grandchild. ' deep into the ear canal that they Viola Locker, is engaged in truck will have to be removed surgical- ing and farming. COOL.RIFRESHINO SUNDAES 4\ iy. The healthy diver soon learns how to keep the Eustachian tubes throat to his middle ear open at all times during a descent. When he ascends, the bubbling \ air from the middle ear back i the throat presents no problem. Pressures in the nasal sinuses will likewise present no problem if their openings are not obstructed. If blocked, the pressure will cause excruciating pain during ascent. PRESSURE on the lungs becomes a hazard in dives of more than 20 feet. For this reason, all dives to a greater depth should | sions or lapse of consciousness. turned to their home in Clinton, after spending the past week with Johnson, who is owner of the | their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Royal Kratz. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Houston Hosts at the open house will be and Ruth Foster of Monmouth Dean and Robert Johnson, Mr. visited several days last week and Mrs. Cudd, brothers and sisters of Mrs. Johnson. pelled air bubbles ascend. Because thie air in his lungs expands during ascent, he must exhale continuously until he reaches the surface. If this is not properly done, the small air sacs in his FAT OVERWEIGHT I L Available to you without a doctor's prescription, our drug called ODRI- NKX. You must lose ugly fat in 7 days or your money back. No strenuous exercises, laxatives, massage or taking so-called reducing can- lungs may rupture an<T the air <* les > crac !^5 1 , ok ^ 01kies,4i0r ?hew- J MI L * - J • i. in g gum. ODRINEX is a tiny tablet Under pressure Will be forced into and easily swallowed. When you the small, torn, blood vessels. These bubbles will reach the arteries in the brain, obstruct the flow' of blood and cause convul- . 308 E. Main St. be undertaken only with SCUBA underwater breath- • ling apparatus). Here again the hazard is in the ascent. take ODRINEX, you still enjoy your meals, stjll eat the foods you like, but you simply don't have the urge for extra portions because ODRI­ NEX depresses your appetite and decreases , your desire for food. Your weight must come down because as your own doctor will tell you, when you eat less, you weigh less. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. ODRINEX costs $3.00 and is The must not ascend faster than one foot, per second, Lit the same rate his ex- , IT IS WISE never to dive if you are tired, cold, or not feeling well. Whprt'-iteii oro iimW WAW rfnn't sold on this GUARANTEE: If not wnen you are Unaer water aon t satisfied for any reason just return make unnecessary movements, the package to your druggist and Excess use of energy increases your need for OXVgen ahd depletes I this guarantee by: Hawthorne Drug J ^ Store, 15 E. Main. Mail Orders get your full money back. No questions asked. ODRINEX is sold with your air supply more rapidly. Filled. IN DOWNTOWN GALESBURG 1 t •f *i INSULIN YOUR PRESCRIPTION HEADQUARTERS Hove You Checked OUR PRICE ON DIABETIC MEDICATION? Libby . i STRAINED SPAGHETTI Mixed Nuts PAINT Baby Food 4' L Seller 14-oz. 79c Value SUPER BUY 3.49 Vol. Gallon Jars Chocolate Aluminum Grown Reg. 19c each 7 3 /4-oz. Pocks Wrap 12 x 25 r * 60x76 Should sell for 1.69 While they WASH TIMING ADDITIVE Colors Pint 1.39 Gone 1.29 1.29 . 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