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H P * 4 Severe Strokes Strike Where Least Expected By WAYNE 0. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Newspaper Enterprise Asm. (tfirst of two related articles) 70 have shown that many of them . tike a stroke of lightning, an have had strokes without knowing apoplectic stroke may strike it ( i nvo lvement of the so-called where it is least expected. Al Every ANGOSTURA'S SON-IN-LAW IS A REAL HELPMATE TO HER PRECIOUS PLMEWTA*«* OF HIM, AMW SAYS,QUOTE: . WWSSEE HER MSMSOU,MM MORN, HELPING MttWIPfi-«Of* MIR WATS ^N6V !S RUNdOWN? LI5TEM 44 «• LUCID AND 1 WILL 8E WITH voy JM A MINUTE silent areas of the brain). In others there have been a series of though it is more likely to occur ill persons who are past 70, some tMM in the age group 25 to 65 what are now known as little have severe strokes in this coun* strokes. A person who has a little stroke r MV DAUGHTER ' IS SO FORTUNATE*** CARRIED A FINE YOUNG MAN-ALWAys HELPING HER WITM THE HOUSEWORK. HE'S SO , CONSIDERATE SO L WILLING TO PITCH IN Ml, MOM \ WHAT 0101T6LL , VOU-MV OAUGHTE^IN LAW fS A Vfefty LAP/ PERSON.* LETS MV POOR BOV DO ALL THE HOUSE WORK A' doesn't have paralysis, but instead may undergo a slight try every year. Age, therefore, is not the primary cause. Anything that suddenly cuts off the circulation to a part of the brain will cause a change in personality observable stroke and as a result the victim only to persons who are close to may be paralyzed, speechless or him. If, for example, he had al- mentally confused depending on ways a f ast idious dresser he What part of the brain is in- Mn .. ... . A .. t volved y sudden ly become untidy in Thus, if high blood pressure his appearance, causes one of the small arteries The trick is to recognize the in the brain to rupture, the re- candidate for a stroke before the suiting hemorrhage may cause stroke occurs. This can now be enough pressure on some area of done by means of a dye that can ocl E IS. w, 10-9^ IkftU. Inc., 1963. WorM rights restrvj ibeuz.c.reNNV, 0o e. 260* sr., EUCLID 32, ^ OHIO m the brain to obstruct the circulation. Another cause is the breaking loose of a clot within a large ves- be introduced into the brain's cir culation in the X-ray room so that> the pattern of the cerebral ar Sea ton Couple Visiting in California SEATON Mr. and Mrs. John . . , Seaton left Monday for Los An- ^^^til^^l geles, Calif., where Seaton will University Hospital in Iowa City, where she had surgery Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Callahan, f u f T^, 7" S ° f !*1 h T! ^ Th *? ye is harmleSS a " d is ;»*nd th» FBI Convention and accompanied by his sister, Mrs. itself and the lodging of the clot being used on an ever widening attend the FB Convention and ^ H ^ G .. in one of the vessels of the brain scale to detect potentially weak Mrs* Seaton will visit her brother- that is too small to allow it to spots in time to apply preventive in-law and sister, Mr, and Mrs. pass, measures, A more gradual process is the Another group of stroke victims deposition of calcium or fat in examined at autopsy showed no the walls of the brain's arteries, brain hemorrhage or occluded ar When this arterial hardening reaches the point of obstructing the artery, a stroke occurs. Until recent years the victim of a stroke was considered to be a hopeless case and was allowed to merely vegetate until he died. Several bits of m Robert Scott. Celebrate Anniversary YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) In 1933, Helen Laskowski, Mary Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sims, Mr. Herubin and Catherine Klimaski oocIUHon occurred ui the arteries and Mrs< G len Blythe, Mr. and were members of the St. Casi- of the neck before they reached Mrs> Ward Jones and Dn artd mir's School eighth grade class, the braan. About 3 per cent of Mrs . Et L Kingry spent the Recently, the three classmates stroke victims fall in this cate- wee kend at Champaign and at- returned to the parish - to hold Mr. and Mrs. Max Constant and •«*s A « rnut i -i * IL J. son Ton y °f Springfield spent the eries. This led to the discovery week end here in their home, that a stroke might result if the era medical know-how have- combined to make the outlook much rosier, however. Autopsy studies have shown that in about 25 per cent of persons who are over 30 there is enough arterial hardening in the brain to make a stroke likely. Similar studies in persons over This discovery is important because it is so much easier to repair blood vessels in the neck than in the brain. This means not only that much can be done for this large group of victims but that it can be done by doctors who are not brain surgeons, the latter being still relatively rare. tended the Illinois and North- a joint celebration of their 25th western football game. anniversary in the Franciscan Mrs. Leonard Carlson of Sisterhood. Geneva, Neb., came Saturday to Sister Mary Clarentia. the for- stay at the home of her son-in- mer Helen Laskowski, teaches law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. in Hamtrack, Mich. Sister Mary John Seaton, while they are in Herubin, teaches in Detroit. And California. Sister Mary Arsehia, the former Mrs. Ward Jones has returned Catherine Klimaski, teaches in to her home here from the Toledo. City at the Vets Hospital with Mr. Otto. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Truman spent Oct. 1 with Mr. and Mrs. Don Gregory at Easton, and Wednesday, Oct 2, attended the farm progress show at Morton. rAlRVlfcW - Bill tiftdflM of Kenosha parents, Mr Li ndstrom and, Christy Jiff, and Mrs. Fred Mawjcco spent the weekend at Wektoft Springs State Park near Clinton. Weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kefmit Harden were Mr. and Mrs. George Van Houten and family, Fairfield, WW*; Mr. and Mrs. JuiHor Harden and son, Bethaldo, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stimwarf, Alton. Sunday visitors Were Norma Mae Harden and Dorothy Peak, Peoria, and Mrs. Mae Hatten, Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bencken* dorf and family of Norton visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Wilson, Saturday. Mrs. Ja,cob Lindstrom spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Ina Phipps in Farmington. < Mrs. W i 11 i a tn VinCatnp and Mary, Mrs. Ethel VinCamp, Mrs. Richard VinCamp and Craig, Were callers Sunday in the home of Mrs. Ray.Leighton near Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Voorhees of Springfield and Mrs. Roger Voorhees and son Gregg of Davenport, visited in the home of Mrs. Lelia Voorhees. Rev. LaVern Sooles left Mon- William C Wilson day to spend three days at the Pine Creek Methodist Camp at West Lafayette, Ind., at a counselor training school. He is one of the group leaders. Mr. and Mrs. Al Greer and three daughters of Peoria spent Saturday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Greer. Mrs. Nellie White, Mrs. Alta Greer, Mrs. Laura Greer, and Mrs. Lucile Smith, left Oct. 1 for several days visit at the Ozarks. Mrs. Ruth Blomberg, sponsor of the AlWood High School FTA, accompanied the group. READ THE WANT ADS! OH. MY ACHING BACK Nowl Yon can get the fast relief you need from nagging backache, headache and muscular aches and pains that often cause restless nlghta and miserable tired-out feelings. When these discomforts come on with over-exertion or stress arid strain —you want relief—want it fast! Another disturbance may be mild bladder irritation following wrong food and drink—of ten setting up a restless uncomfortable feeling* Doan's Pills work fast in 3 separate ways: l.byspecdy pain-relieving action to ease torment of nagging backache, headaches, muscular aches and pains. 2. by soothing effect on bladder irritation. 3. by mild diuretic action tending to increase output of the IS miles of kidney tubes. Enjoy a good night's sleep and the same happy.relief millions have for over GO years. For convenience, ask for the large size. Get Doan's Fills today! after betnt a patient there seven #tetti. Mrs. Fred Masoeco, FatoHew, and Mrs. William Johnson and Mrs. Lyman Morey, London Mills, were dinner guests Friday in the heme of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carpenter of London Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter observed < their SOth wedding anniversary Oct. 5. Help for INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP) The Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ) and the Church of the Brethren sent 13 tons of food and clothing to Negroes suffering economic reprisals, for their civil rights activities in the area of Greenwood, Clarksdale and Edwards, Mias. NORTH HENDfiRSON John Hume*, son of Mr. and M M. Wiibef Humes, Has enrolled fof his freshman year at Khox College at Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Cfiet Hiet of Moline visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Humes Friday all attended the football night. They Alexis and Abingdon game at Alexis. Ray Newcomer Jr. has returned to New York after visiting his mother, Mrs. Bess Newcomer. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Berg- stroffi and son Ridhard of Woodhull, accompanied by Mrs. Berg- Strom 's mother, Mrs. Linda Hicks of Moline, called on their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson Sunday. NEW FALL FASHIONS Block, Brown or Gold. Ofhort 4.66 Elastic Sido Goro SELF SERVICE 328 East Main St. (Former Osco Location) OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. OTHER DAYS UNTIL 5:00 P.M. Except SAT. TILL 6:00 4 \ -1 ^ irthdays Celebrated at Youngfs Lake KIRKWOOD Mr. and Mrs. James Paris and family entertained the following at a picnic supper at Young's Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Hotford, Steve, Janet and Marty; Mr. and Mrs. Randell Lovell, Deborah, Jean and Kim; Mr. arid Mrs. William Hitter, and Brian, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vice, Mary Sue, David.and Edah Lee. The occasion was in, honor of those of the group who celebrated birthdays in September and October. They included William Hitter, Sept. 22; Jim Paris, Marty Holford and Kim Lovell, Sept. 24; Janet Holford, Oct. 2; Steven Holford, Oct. 4, and Randell Lovell and Paul Vice, Oct. 6. Mrs. James Fillman and son Barry of Monmouth; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Holford and children, Mark and Carla, of Gladstone, and Mr. and Mrs. David Holford and children, Steven, Janet and Marty spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary Holford. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Braselton entertained the following relatives Sunday, honoring Mrs. Braselton's sister, Mrs. Fannie Shadle of Moline on her 65th birthday; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Galbraith of Rock Island; Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Galbraith of Moline; Miss Genevieve Galbraith of Fort Madison, and James Thomas of Kalamazoo, Mich. Members of the Woman's So- r ciety of Christian Service of the Methodist Church were guests of the Monmouth Woman's Society of Christian Service Thursday. Those attending from Kirkmond Were Mrs, Lorena Bryant, Mrs. Esther Smith, Mrs. Louise Pusey, Jylrs. Alma Stinemates, Mrs. Lu- qiUe Poling, Mrs. Hester Conway, J^frs. Elizabeth Braselton, Mrs. Martha Winebright and Mrs. Mary Alice Lee Miss Phelps, a missionary to Japan, gave a talk. |Mrs« Truman Van Tine and Miss Helen Van Tine were Satur- supper guests in the James Juris home. l|fr. and Mrs. Hugh Welch of MoJine visited Saturday with her jjjr^her Fred Bricker. 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