Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 19, 1963 · Page 19
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, September 19, 1963
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r Reunion Held at North Henderson NORTH HENDERSON - A family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lynch of North Henderson. The event was held in honor of Mrs. Gust Mallus and her daughter, Georgia, who are visiting in Galesburg from Great Falls, Mont. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lynch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Lynch and family, Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kruse and family, Rome; Mr. and Mrs. Walt Dunham and family, Chatham; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lynch and family, Alexis, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lynch and family, Wataga. Miss Seaton on Tour of Orient SEATON — Leaving Sunday from the Moline Airport on a plane for San Francisco, Calif., Miss Mary Seaton departed on a vacation trip to the Orient. She flew to Honolulu, Hawaii to join a friend who is a travel agent, and they will go to Tokyo, Japan where they will join a party of travel agents on a tour of Japan. They will spend several days in Bangkok, Thailand and at least five days in Hong Kong. WinplaGroup Has Dinner VIOLA—The Winola Unit School Board members, the unit superintendent, and all teachers of the unit, together with their husbands or wives, met for a dinner Saturday in the Winola Senior High School, Viola. Billy Lilliman, president of the board introduced the board members and each school principal, introduced the teachers in their building. Capt. and Mrs. Tom Mack and children, Kelly and Keith, left Thursday to return to Ogden, Utah, where Capt. Mack is based in the Air Force, following a 3-week vacation spent with Mack's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mack and with Mrs. Mack's family in Chicago. Mrs. Gertrude Morris and granddaughters, Marilyn Morris and Becky Lloyd, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Allen of Aledo to White Pines State Park for a weekend vacation at the White Pines Lodge. Museummobile Scheduled in Henry County CAMBRIDGE — The State Mu­ seummobile will visit all the ele- They'll Do It Every Time They'll Do It Every Time U.lf WELL-" SO LONG, FELLAS/ GOT TO GET HOME BEFORE THE WELTERWEIGHT SENDS OUT .THE POSSE/ SO LOMG.EGGNOG SO LONG*" , THERE GOES [THE GRANDEST 6UY IN TW6 CLUB.'A REAL OftEAT GUY.'/ si&^EAQOL ALWAYS SPEAkS WELL OF PEOPLE WHEN TWEV CAN'T MELP HEARING HIM- By Jimmy Hatlo — By Jimmy Hatlo V:,„ Galesburg Register-Maif, Galesburg, IM. Thursday, Sept, 19, \96$ , t?_ EG6NOG WILL FEEL VERY KlNOLV TOWARD PAL EACOIL UNTIL IT'S TOUCH TIME |M I,O.U.VILLE«» VEAW-HE NEVER WASTES COMPLIMENTS ON THE H4RD-OF- HEARlNG/ AvArr TILL EGGV'S OUT OF HEARING RANGE •"THEN FOR .THE UNEXPUR6ATE0 VERSION — World rig'n.U rtmved. 19 -19 1ME SPEAK-WELL-OF GUY WHO SEEMS TO LOVE EVERYBODY SWEETENS UP ANOTMER SOURBALL- ThovtAHOA HATLO MT VP To SAMSTEPTj r{ JV-VO WlLSMRE3MXl\ 6 mentary schools in Henry County between Sept. 27 and Oct. 31. Arthur L. White, Henry County superintendent of schools, said that Herman Eifert, curator of education in the Illinois State Museum set up the visits. The vehicle will park at each elementary school to enable the students to look over the exhibits, a small portion of the entire collection of the museum. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! It's The Hottest Bread News In Town! NEW WONDER BREAD SEE HOW WE ROLL OUT THE HOLES-SEAL IN THE FLAVOR An amazing machine relit the dough out flat, like a pit dough, to roll out the big air holot. 'The dough it rolled up to smooth the texture, teal in the old- fashioned bread flavor. The dough it gently curled, another ttep to insure perfect texture—texture without holes. Perfect Texture. Perfect Flavor in every Perfect Slice! AND IT'S ALL DONE WITHOUT THE TOUCH OF A HUMAN HAND! Mother! There's never been a bread like this before! It's the newest kind of bread you can buy! Great flavor and great texture— and plenty of nutrition! Wonder Enriched Bread gives you vitamins, minerals and protein to help build strong muscles, sturdy bones, build up energy and vitality. Wonder Bread supplies important nutrition to help build strong bodies twelve ways. Look for Wonder Enriched Bread at your grocer's next time you shop. Fresh, soft, delicious Wonder! NEW WONDER BREAD eie*|, CONTINENTAL IAKIN9 COMPANY, hofvwdel | HELPS BUILD STRONG BODIES 12 WAYS J THE DOCTOR SAYS Doctor Explains Meaning Of'High Blood Pressure' By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT. M.D. Newspaper Enterprise Assn. To some persons this mny be the atomic age or the space age. To others, it is the hypertensive age. Hypertension (high blood pressure) is increasing, not only in prevalence but also in the number of factors that seem to produce it, or to be closel> associated with ,t. Certain tumors of the glands of internal secretion, hardening of the arteries, kidney disease, some kinds of brain tumor, and the toxemias that complicate pregnancy (eclampsia, etc.) may cause it. But in the majority of persons whose blood pressure is high, the cause is unknown. It is a mistake to assume that a high blood pressure reading indicates heart disease or a poor outlook for the future. A little exertion, a little excitement, or a mild feeling of uneasiness or apprehension will usually send the pressure way above the abitrary normal. That is why. when your doctor gets a high reading, he is likely to have you rest for a few minutes. Then, when he takes it again, it will often be found to have returned to normal, or at least to have come down to a lower level. It has become a popular saying among doctors that the best way to lower your blood pressure is to take it again. When your doctor takes your pressure he will always record two readings. The upper level, the systolic pressure, is that which results from the powerful thrust of blood into your arteries wden your heart contracts. The lower level, the diastolic pressure, is the level to which the pressure falls just before the next heartbeat. The systolic pressure is much less stable than the diastolic. Systolic pressure shoots up rapidly with work or excitement and comes down just as rapidly with rest or a return of calm. The diastolic pressure is much more stable and therefore more important. When it goes up, it usually stays up, and when it stays up this may be a warning that serious hypertension will develop in time. Many persons whose blood pressure does not come down after a rest are st :, l able to lead active lives and survive to a ripe old age, but because in others the hypertension is progressive and may lead to an early death from malignant hypertension, the insurance companies have no choice but to raise the premiums on all persons with a high or even an unstable blood pressure. In addition to the factors already mentioned, heredity may play a part in high blood pressure. Obesity is surely a factor, and the pressure normally increases somewhat with age. Women show a greater tendency to high blood pressure than men, but they seem to tolerate it more readily. Cambridge PTA Roll Totals 130 CAMBRIDGE — The first meeting of the Parent-Teacher Association was held this week in the high school cafeteria. Membership totals 130 for the year, and Mrs. James Reed is the president. The group decided to obtain a cupboard for the food stand used at football and basketball games, and to secure new drapes for the all-purpose room at the elementary school. Albert Smith, superintendent, and Francis Langheim, principal, introduced high school and elementary teachers for the year, and the two officials gave a resume on the work done in the buildings during the summer. University of Houston football has come a long way since the Cougars lost their first intercollegiate football game to Southwest Louisiana Institute in 1946. Last season, they defeated Baylor, Texas A & M and Miami of Ohio in the Tangerine Bowl. First YWCA in the United States was organized at Boston in 1866. First Angus cattle were imported into the United States in 1873. SMITH'S FOOD MARKET Corner Monmouth Blvd. and Henderson St. PHONE 343-9040 WE RESERVE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS *• 25c WASHED RED POTATOES 25 - 59c COLUMBIA SLICED BACON 3 $ 1.00 SMALL BBO SPARE RIBS ib. 43c RIPE FIRM BANANAS lB 10c VAN CAMP Pork & Beans 2 &? 35c SLICED BIG BOLOGNA 3 »>»• $ 1.09 SOLID GREEN CABBAGE ib. 5c MARKET BASKET GREEN BEANS 5 c«. 50c BULK SKINLESS WIENERS 3 - '1.29 LARGE PASCAL CELERY Bunch ]Qg REG. SIZE VETS DOG FOOD 6 en. 49c FOLGIR'S COFFEI 2 lbs. $1.21 Sunshine Krispy CRACKERS, Ib. 29c IDA PAK. FROZEN French Fries 5 *< 50c ALTON CIDER VINEGAR wZ. 45c

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