Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 10, 1963 · Page 7
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THE DOCTOR SAYS How Good Is a Doctor? Answer Depends on You By WAYNE 0. BRANDSTAtft. M.D. Newspaper BnterprtM Ann. Although your doctor has spent many years learning to be a good doctor, how good a patient are you? This is no idle question because, to a greater extent than most people realize, the quality of the medical care you receive depends on you. Some shortsighted persons are so irked by their Ms- ease that they vent their irritation on their doctor as though he were the cause of their trou- b' This nay be a natural reaction, but it is a very unprofitable one. One of the greatest sources of misunderstanding between you and your doctor may arise from a different idea of what constitutes an emergency. When you are sick, it is natural for you to feel worse or to worry more in the middle of the night, but you should remember that your doctor's cental processes are not as keen at that time and if you can possibly hold out until morning to consult him you will get better service from him. Furthermore, i* you have called him on several occasions at night for a trivial complaint, he will be less inclined to take you seriously if a real emergency should arise. | Many persons have expressed dissatisfaction because many doctors rarely make house calls Want Personal Advice Write To enny Own Galesburg's Penny for your thoughts appears every Tuesday and Friday in the Galesburg Register-Mai) nowadays, Some doctors still do make house calls and there are timet when a patient cannot easily be transported, Bat .or year own sake you should arrange to tee htm In hit office If It la at all possible. In the office, he has all your records s well s the equipment lie will need to give you the best serv- lc A mistake made by some pa- tie- ' is to w' hold vital information. These patients falsely s- sume that he doctor is a mind reader, magician or minor deity. To ~"\e of your illness a gue-s- ing gama is to put yourself in a class with (' patients of a veterinarian. The more accurately you can observe and report symptoms the better able your doctor will be to get to the root of the matter and map a successful plan of attack. Some pe: sons withhold essential information because they fear hat they may hear that they have an incurable 'iset This is known as th" ostrich comple. If 'ie fear is groundless, the quicker it is laid to re-t the better and if it is justified there are still many -s ' * ' h j r can help you. The sooner you both know what you are up against, the sooner you will get the '-i- ' of supp'-'t jr 'uch you came to v ~ doctor. Sone pe.-sons flit p ' from dc.tor l o doctor, never staying W' ' ]i— elf"' «' o let him really help them. They are the ones who complain Widest about the poor service they rt Mve. In this hopping around tr lose sight of the fact that one of y-ir st valuable assets is the complete medical record your doctor compiles about you over the "ears. Medical care is a two-way street. Learn to be a good pa-' They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, Gerlatv Home St. Augustine Family Visits In Iowa ST. AUGUSTINE - Mr. and Mrs. Owen Ralston and Carol spent the weekend in Milton, Iowa, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sandy. Also spending the weekend there were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sandy and Mr. and Mrs.' Jim Carmean of Burlington. The St. Augustine Christian Church will be honored Sunday at 7 p.m. to have Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vancil of Avon. Mr. and Mrs. Vancil soon will enter the missionary service in West New Guinea. Film strips will be shown. The Merry - Go - Round Sewing Club will meet Thursday, Oct. 10, for a potluck dinner in the home of Mrs. Jim Bodenhammer of St. Augustine. SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox tient and you will be the one who profits most. Are You Wanting to Lose Weight? Try PARK DRIVE Fortified gg% FAT 10-10 tWtrNIt, ht. T .M. lit. U.S. f... OH. "It's the first meaf I ever cooked and you aren't even wearing: your dinner jacket!" MILK Hos oil the Vitomins ond Minerals of Regular Milk with very low calorie content. This product is designed to maintain the delictout flavor of regular milk. Those who wish to lose or maintain a desired weight can feel free to drink as much as you like and still be able to lose or maintain that weight. HOME DELIVERY SERVICE Your Family Deserves the Best in Dairy Products. CALL "US" FOR HOME DELIVERY — 343-2149 WE DELIVER THREE TIMES PER WEEK! Galesburg - Knoxville - Abingdon Tivo-Way Collar PRINTED PATTERN Guaranteed PERFECT FLAVOR IN EVERY DROP. with new ARO-VAC VACUUM MILK TREATMENT. — ORDER NOW — BOTTLED IN GLASS to protect the purity of milk and the health of your family. In QUARTS, Vi GALLONS or our Economical GALLON JUG. 2 Convenient Locations Plus Home Delivery New Pork Drive Dairy Store Broad and Fremont Sts. Complete Lint of FRESH DAIRY PRODUCTS—ICE CREAM, CHEESES, BAKERY PRODUCTS. OPEN 7 A.M. TO 10 P.M. DAILY INCLUDING SUNDAYS. Park Drive Dairy Corntr Losey ond Whiresboro 343*2149 for Home Delivery NUic Sena pattern otaan direct to Now York Watch addraaa below Orderi will NOT be accepted at Galeihurq newspaper office Clever collar deslgnl Wear it classic as in the main v'ew—or flip up the revers to create a fashionable, new effect on this any-season casual. Printed Pattern 4691: Half Sizes 14 ',i; 16%, 18%, 20 V4, 22%. 24%. Size 16% requires 3 yards 45 -inch fabric. flFT* CENTS in coin* IOI ini» pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for (irst-class malting and special handline. Send to Anne Adams, care of Galesburg Reamer- Mall 411 Pattern Dept 243 W 17th St. New Vork 11 N V Prtnl nlainly NAME ADDRESS with ZONE Size an r< STYl-t NUMBER PATTERN FREE: Mall coupon inside new E'all-Wtntei Pattern Catalog, -eady now! Over 300 de- I ngn ideas, all sizes Send SO cents for Cataljg. Yates City Club Sets Anniversary Tea YATES CJTY — An anniversary tea will be served Oct. 23 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Lions Club Civic Center in Yates City to observe the 50lh anniversary of the Northside Country CJub. The president. Mrs. Donald Ruayon, invited guests to the affair. 10th Birthday Celebrated at Gilson Party GILSON - Johnny Hodge was guest of honor u" his 10th birthday at a surprise party at his home Oct. 4. A wiener roast and wagon ride were featured by the boys of his class. Guests were Jeff Putnam, Tommy Putnam, Gary Lundberg, John Cowman, Wayne Mastin, Ray Grohmann, class members, Mrs. Dean Tessier, Kent, Keith and Shelley and John's brother Robert. Gilson Briefs Mrs. Florence Ryan of Des Moines, Iowa, visited over the weekend with her nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Ryan. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Paulsgrove attended the funeral for Mrs. Rena Gates in Aledo Saturday. Mrs. Gates was a cousin of Paulsgrove. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Howarter spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Harlinson in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Ray James moved to Lake Bracken ever the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hodge had as dinner guests Sunday, Mrs. Onia Bair, Mrs. Ruby Young and Dean Bair, of Keokuk, and Shelley Bair of Galesburg. Guests later were Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Hodge and Scott of Galesburg, North Henderson News Topics NORTH HENDERSON - Mrs. Frank Bruner is a patient at Cottage Hospital where she entered Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cheline, with Mr. and Mrs. Hal Olson of Galesburg, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Hilda Johnson and daughter Florence at the Galesburg State Research Hospital. They helped Phil Olson, Hal Olson and Florence Johnson celebrate their birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cheline, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burford and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cheline attended a football game at Chicago Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Klingensmith of Chicago, visited Saturday at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cheline and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Custer. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Hosts Party GERLAW — Mr. and Mrs. Hans Johnson were hosts to a card party for their children and grandchildren Oct. 4. Prises were won by Lorence and Florence Jensen and Ronnie and Shirley Jensen. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jensen, Susan. Ronnie and Greg. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jensen, Paula Gary and Angela, Mr. and Mrs. Lorence Jensen, Gail and Larry, Mrs. Lowell Gardner, Diane Kristine and David. Gerlaw Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hood spent a da> with their son and his wife Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hood Jr., at Seaton. Neil McCrery accompanied Bob Lantz to Missouri last weekend to buy cattle for the Producer Co. Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Terpening were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Goedeke of Galesburg and Mr. and Mrs. James Darrah and girls of Fall Creek. Mr. and Mrs. John Michael of Joy were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ryner and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carson. The Challengers Class of the Gerlaw Christian Church had a wiener roast at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Terpening. Mrs. Irma Meadows was co-hostess. The Gerlaw Church will have its annual chicken pie supper Nov. 6. Thursday, Oct 10, 1963 7__ Williams!ieM Club Sets Federation Day WILLIAMSFIELO - The Homs Culture Club will hold Federation Day Oct. 16 at 2 p.m. at the local Methodist Church. Guests will be 15th District president, Mrs. M. F. Kline, Galesburg, and county president, Mrs. M. C. Webber, Yates City, both of whom will speak on federation, Members may invite guests to the meeting. Hostesses are Mrs. O. B. Gray, Mrs. Rilla Hurlbutt, Mrs. Loren Spencer, Mrs. Donald Coe and Miss Martha Larsen. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Twice dally the world's highest tidei funnel into Minas Basin, eastern arm of the Bay of Fundy. When the moon exerts its maximum pull, tides rise and fall as much as 53 feet. 14 th Anniversary SALE Another year has rolled around and it's time to get out the candles again. Fourteen this time. We're a lot prettier this year with our new white woodwork, Victorian red wallpaper, red carpet and big black and white tile floor — and nice clean white front — and we will try to put on a good sale too! Here they are: knit dresses This is probably one of the biggest and most wanted items in the whole store. These knits are from the Number 1 maker in these United States. You will save 20.00 on each dress. These generally retail for 59.95 to 79.95—so just subtract 20.00 from your selection. coats We're not going to give a lot of prices and talk — just take our word for it — there is a big selection and there are many big markdowns—and there are all sizes too! car coats One group. This is the biggest year that car coats ever had we know these will be popular—specially at this big saving. so sportswear White Stags big fall cotton group 40% off Bobbie Brooks big fall cotton group 40% off dresses Fall cottons and some wools and crepes and cotton knits make up this group . . . the markdowns will be about 40%. maternities A group of dresses and sportswear—blouses and slacks . . . 40% saving here. sweaters A Big Table full of real goodies. Come in and plow thru them— sizes may be hard to find but the savings will be worth it. Lingerie.— $ 4 00 and $ 10 00 Discontinued Patterns of Warners Girdles Reg. 8.95 • 20.00 Peter Pan Girdles $ 3 00 and $ 4 00 Reg. 5.95 to 7.95 all these ond more at 9

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