Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 19, 1963 · Page 22
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22 Golesbura Reflisfer*MoH, Gofesburo, HI. . Efiday, July 19,- .1.963 Quota Fails In Viola Stop VIOLA — Fifty blood donors reported at the July 16 bloodmr> bile stop, set up at the Winola Senior High School, Viola, of which 35 were acceptable. The goal had been set for 70 pints of blood. Five persons from the Central Illinois Regional Blood Center, Peoria, were in Tense Nerves Block Bowels Your colon has nerves that control regularity. When you are tense or nervous, normal bowel impulses may bo blocked—and you become consti- < ipated. New COLONAID tablets relievo ithis misery with a new principle—a jfcnique colonic nerve stimulant plus itpecial bulking action as recommended - !by many doctors. Result? COLONAID puts your colon back to work—gently relieves constipation overnight. You feel great I Get clinically-proved COLONAID today. Introductory size 434. charge. Others Who assisted donated their day 's service, and included Drs. John fiowen, Martin Conway and Wilbur Miller, of Aledo. Nurses were Mrs. Max Streeter, New Windsor; Miss Ina Broun, Sherrard; Mrs. George Edgar, North Henderson; Mrs. Willis Downey, Aledo, and Mrs. John Fisher and Mrs. Otis Mack, both of Viola. Park United Presbyterian women who had charge of the canteen included Mrs. Charles Noyd, Mrs. Herbert McAtee, Mrs. Maurice Young and Mrs. David Johnson. Luncheon was served to all workers by Mrs. Tom Unsworth, Mrs. E. L. Donaldson, Mrs. Anna Haney and Mrs. Boyd McAtee, of the First United Presbyterian Church. Men from the Boosters Association loaded the containers. Registers were Mrs. W. H. Soseman, Mrs. James Taylor, Mrs. Donna Kadel and Mrs. Ruth Hicks. Labeling the blood containers were Mrs. Dolly Ogle, Miss Jane Henderson and Mrs. Lytle Forsythe. Cites Role Of Father in Family Unity When you have fresh dill at hand, you'll find it's wonderful in fish, potato and vegetable cream soups. By DAVID NVD1CK UPl Education Specialist Much advice concerned with helping children is aimed at the mother, but the father's interest and participation in a child's growth is particularly important. A father's involvement in child rearing most often is affected by his occupation. His working hours, need for travel and type of position are all factors controlling his availability. These situations should not relieve him of responsibility or limit the value of his participation. It is difficult sometimes for a father to come home after a busy day and exhibit a pleasant, relaxed attitude toward an active child. It is important that it be done. A plan probably can be arranged so that father can rest a short while and then spend some time with his child. Surely weekends should include activities with the youngster. Problems Vary These types of problems are individual and naturally vary with different families. The difficulties must be worked out using good judgment and the understanding that a family needs a father. Let's take a look at the actual role of a father. He is traditionally the head of the household. His approach can be democratic. A balanced approach using discussion and explanations, and firm decisions when necessary, is basically most practical and successful. All too often the father becomes a discipline figure. The mother tells the child that his father will punish him when he arrives home. Sometimes the father encourages this himself. The child should not be led to believe that his father is to be feared. The child should know that both parents agree and .are consistent. Many children look to their fathers as an idol. When young they often want to be in the same occupation. A father gets much pleasure from this. Many children actually do follow their father's footsteps even as they grow into adulthood. Firm When Needed A father can be many things to many different children. He should try to spend available | time being a friend and guide. He should be warm, affectionate, | and firm when needed. Perhaps one of his most important responsibilities is to be a consultant both to the child and mother. His judgment should be sought. When both parents work closely together discussing plans and problems, the results are usually satisfying to all. The child receives more consistent treatment and gains a greater feeling for the family unit. There is little doubt that a father's role is important to the growth of a child. The father- child relationship should be one| of mutual respect and confidence. His involvement whenever possible is a must. Both the child and. father will find a great deal of pleasure and satisfaction with each other. A little vinegar added to pared beets that are going to be sliced or diced and cooked in a very | small amount of water will help keep color where it belongs—in the beets. 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