Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1963 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 16, 1963
Page 11
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VMu WSCS Hold* Drive For Clothing VIOLA — fwenty-81* calls during the past month by members 6f the Woman's Society of Christian Service, were reported at the Oct. 11 meeting at the church. The accumulated clothing for the overseas clothing drive, will be sent after Nov. 3. "Cleanup day at the church was set for Nov. 4. Mrs. James Taylor reported on open house she had attended at Langleyville Sept. 29 for Miss Zoe King, who had completed 35 years of service there. She was presented a wrist watch and ring by the center and the love gift from all socfetie* in the conference, for Miss King amounted to $1400. The call to "Prayer m Self* Denial" will be observed Oct. 30 at 2 p.m. at the church. The tickets lor the Nov. 7 chicken supper are on sale. None will be sold at the door. The baeaar wilt open earlier on the same date. The devotions were given by Mrs. Merwin Stoner. Mrs. Walter Miller conducted the pro* gram on "You Are Christ Call* ed," and also led In a litany of rededieation in which all par* ticlpated. Mrs. Manly Richard* son offered a vocal selection. The Doctor* (Continued from page 4) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner Brown sugar should, as a rule, be packed so firmly into the measure that it wilt hold its shape when it is turned out. Drip-Dry Cotton Check Gingham C YD. Assorted Checks. Drip dry for no-irOn care. Sanforized to keep shrinkage at 1%. Many colors. 36 in. Solid Color Cotton Pinwale Corduroy Sear* Price yd. 37-in. wide, an outstanding Value at this low price. Endless uses for corduroy. ne of the time drugs tid to control hereditary gout. Gout is seen more commonly in persons who are overweight than If) the thin and more often in men than In women for reasons not yet known. When the excess of uric acid in the blood exceeds a certain concentration, uric acid crystals may form m the joints, especially those of the great tee, where they cause gouty arthrl* Us, an excruciatingly painful disease. Crystals may also form in the skin of the ear or other parts, and they may form in the kidneys where they may cause kidney stones and may seriously damage the kidneys. ir A PERSON with gouty arthritis is not treated, the attack wilt clear up after about two weeks, but several months later another attack will occur. These attacks come on at shorter and shorter intervals and become longer in duration until a chronic unrelieved gouty state exists. This was a common occurrence in the past, but rarely, if ever, happens now. Persons with gouty ancestors or who, for any reason, are suspected of having a gouty tendency can be recognized by an increased uric acid level in the blood and then with skillful management may go through life without ever having an acute attack. They should drink two or three quarts of water daily as this helps to keep the uric acid from crystallizing in the urine and causing stones. THEY SHOULD avoid all purine-rich foods such as glandular cuts (sweetbreads, liver and kidneys), meat extracts (bouillon or consomme), anchovies and sardines but, as in diabetes, diet alone is not enough. It is necessary to take one of the drugs that causes elimination of uric acid with* out causing a loss of essential nutrients in the blood. GofesbMrg RegisterMqil, Gqfesburg, HI. Wednesday, Pet. 16, 7963 11 Tour Reviewed at Wood hull Session WOODHULL - Regular meeting of the Non Partisan WCTU organization was held Friday in he home of Mrs. Florence An* derson, with Miss Ethel dough assisting hostess. Mrs. Nellie Stoner was the devotional lead- "Oh, we played garnet . . . 'musical chairs,' 'pin the tail on the donkey' and 'keep your eye on Mra. Hlggins for me'l" Victoria Group Visits Museum In Wisconsin VICTORIA - Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Truelove, Mr, and Mrs. Willard Nelson and Webster and Edna Medslrom Sunday drove to Dickeyvlllc, Wis., where they visited the Grotto. They were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doyle at their country home. The Doyles had just completed building a museum which holds Indian relics and are planning a museum of old farm machinery, Ends Army Duty Fred N. Goff, son of Mr. and Mrs. David E. Goff, Victoria, arrived home after his discharge from the Army Sept. 30. He came by jet from New York after arriving there from Germany, where he had been the past 19 months. Greet Visitors Visitors to the Victoria community in the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gordon and sons from Kohler, Wis., Mrs. Sherman Dlngledein of Naper* ville and Mr. and Mrs. Elery Smaldion of Fontana, Calif. They were overnight guests of Mrs. Charles Sornburger. If you are serving sandwiches at a small-fry party, the youngsters will enjoy having the sand­ wich bread cut Into animil or other shapes. Use large cookie cutters for the shaping. talks Church Picks Officers DALLAS CITY-Officers of the Dallas City First Christian Church have been elected. Most terms are for one year, and those with year terms are des* ignatcd as such. Officers are: Elders, three years, tt. I). Kerr and Dick Pence; trustee, one, Raymond Anguish; deacons, three, George Dunn, Wesley Dunn, Enoch Martin and Lee Bergmeier. Deacon, one, Glenn Roberts; deacon, three, Don Pence; deaconesses, three, Ila Anguish, Edith Scott, Virginia Collins; treasurer, one, Alma Miller; financial secretary, one, Kathryn Nicol; trustee, three, Dale Lair; church organist, one, Jeri Stice, Mary Harris, Pam Pence. Sunday school superintendent, one, Billy Stice; assistant superintendent, Dick Bergmeier; Sunday school secretary, Dr. R. D. 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