The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 12
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12-Algono, (la.) Upper Det Moin«* Thunday, Cktotrtr 27, 1966 BIRTHDAY CLUB AkS HELD MASQUERADE A teenage masquerade party was held Saturday evening in the recreation room at Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Marshall's. The room was appropriately decorated in the Hilloween theme. - o - SPIRITUAL BAZAAR A Spiritual Bazaar is being held Thursday from 11-5 p. tn. at the First Presbyterian church. - o MOTHER HONORED Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eisenbarth and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schllmoeller were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.DickMcGinnisat a Moonlight Madness party given in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Hargreaves, mother of Mrs. McGinnis. The entertainment Is unique in the manner in which the food is chosen and creates a great deal of amusement. - o - DINNER HELD The Father and Son banquet was held Oct. 25 at the Presbyterian church. - o - D.A.R. MET D. A R. met Tuesday for a luncheon at the Algona Hotel. Hostesses were Mary Genrich, Gladys Straley, Opal Bourne, Zada Naudain and Laura Palmer. The guest speaker was State Regent Mrs. W. E. Walsh. Officers for the year are Miry Lytle, regent; Ardls Jones, vice regent; Marjorie Jolley, chaplain; June Hayes, recording secretary; Mary Rasmussen, corresponding secretary; treasurer, Ruth Cook; registrar, Joyce Hayden; historian, librarian, Laura Palmer. WESLEYAN GUILD Wesleyan Guild of the First Methodist church met O:t. 24. - o RUMMAGE SALE The Congregation?! Womens Fellowship fall rum-nage and bake sale »ill be held Saturday Oct. 23. - o - PLAY BRIDGE Mrs. "A'illiamDau.Sr. is entertaining her bri^e club Thursday evening. - o - TOP STUDE.NT Mrs. L. J. Nelson has received word from her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H L. Patton, Lafayette, La.,that their daughter, Ann Ellen, had received the highest grades in the National Merit semifinalists, topping all participants in the U. S. For this she will be privileged to enroll at any college of her choice and will receive a scholarship. - o - BUFFET SUPPER Mr. and Mrs. Russell Guster were guests at a buffet supper Saturday at Estherville where they had gone to see the marching bands. They took Darrell Helberg with them. Their hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kraft. - o - HAS BIRTHDAY Mrs. Wilma Kuhlmann's birthday will be observed Sunday and she will be guest of her family, Mr, and Mrs.ClintoiGodden, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhlmann and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish at a cafe. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen entertained her birthday club Monday evening. The anniversary of Mrs. My raOstrum was observed. - o - HELD BREAKFAST At the First Methodist church, Sacrificial Breakfast was held Thursday at 9:30. - o - SPECIAL OFFERING A special offering, "Belmond Relief Fund", will be received Sunday at the Methodist church as called for by Bishop Tnornis. - o - COFFEE GUESTS Mrs. Fred Geigel gave a coffee for a sTi-ill group of friends Wednesday afternoon honoring Mrs. Arthur Ploof, sister of Mrs. Mabel Pajcson, who with her husband, have been here from Fall Brook, Calif. Mrs. Elmer Dole Of Irvington Breaks An Arm IRVINGTON-Mrs. Elmer Dole had the misfortune to fall in her home Monday and suffered a broken left arm. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole received word of the arrival of a son, David, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Russel of Camp Le Juene, N. C. Mrs. Russel is a niece of Mrs. Dole and daughter of the Lawrence Menkes at Bancroft. Jessie Maley, State Regent of C. D. A., Waterloo, and Mrs. Elmer Dole, District Deputy of C. D. A., were guests at the St. Benedict C. D. A. meeting on Oct. 20. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Roney had as guests a few days the past week Mr. and Mrs. Jess Baker of Salem, Wash. Have visitors - go places? Your personal news is welcome at THE UPPER DES MOINES. Possible Heart Attacks Can Be Side-Stepped This is the first in a series of articles on heart attack and stroke "risk factors" prepared by the Iowa Heart Association and published by UDM. He is noticeably overweight. He smokes more than a pack of cigarettes a day. His blood cholesterol level is above normal. He has high blood pressure. This unfortunate fellow is a likely candidate for coronary heart attack. It does not follow, of course, that a slim, non-smoking woman with low blood fats and no hi- pertension cannot have a heart attack. It does mean that each of the unfortunate factors listed is known to be associated with America's leading killer, heart attack, and that the more factors present the higher risk. It may seem strange that anyone should find these facts heartening, yet in a way they are. For it should be noted that with one exception, all the factors that make our man such a strong candidate for a coronary are either preventable, cureable or treatable. Our candidate cannot, of course, help being a man. He is stuck with his sex, and statistics indicate unquestionably that men suffer coronaries more frequently than women. At least until the latter reach the menopause. But there is no reason why our candidate should remain obese. The weight of even the fattest man can be brought down to a healthy level and kept there. Nobody should pretend that it is easy for a long-time heavy cigarette smoker to shuck his habit, but it can be done. A high cholesterol level presents a tougher problem, Despite earlier claims, no drug has yet been found which can safely and certainly reduce blood fats in all patients. But there is Increasing evidence that diets without saturated (largely animal) fats and with poly-unsaturated fats (mostly fish and certain types of vegetable oils) are quite helpful in this re- Buy For Today or Christmas Lay-Away JUST UNPACKED - 30 NEW CHAIRS FRIDAY FRIDAY GtftJUmse WITH EVERY LIVING ROOM CHAIR CASH PURCHASES gard. In most people, high blood pressure can be lowered and controlled with appropriate treatment, often including madication and diet. One final point is well worth noticing: It is never too late to start a risk reduction effort. Satistics have shown clearly that the cigarette smoker who quits reduces his coronary risk down almost to the level of the mm who never smoked; life insurance companies lover premiums for the former fat man when he returns to normal weight; and the death rate from hypertension among middleaged men fell 50% between 1950 and 1962. Education Ass'n Hears Candidates Under the direction of its president, John Vint, the Algona Education Association held its first evening meeting of the current school year in the high school auditorium Oct. 18. After a short business meeting, Corrine Shi- mel, vice presidentoftheA.E.A., presented a memsnto to former president cf the school board, John Hayes, on behalf of the association in recognition of his six years of service on the board. The main program of the evening was concerned with education in a legislative year. Richard Schneider, legislative chairman, presented the legislative program as stated by the Iowa State Education Association. Candidates for the Iowa legislature, Karl Kiilsholm, Republican, and Mancil Hurlburt, Democrat, made formal presentations to the group and participated in a question-answer period. A social hour followed with refreshments. Honor Mrs. Greigg The Democratic Women of Kossuth County held a tea Thursday afternoon honoring Mrs. Stanley Greigg, \vife of the Sixth District Congressman. Hostesses for the tea were Mesdames M. Joseph Bradley, Mancil Hurlburt, Ralph Lindhorst, and Flora Bradley. Congressman Greigg and State Representative candidate M:incil Hurlburt arrived later for a short visit with those present. Algona Soldier Intelligence School Grad Weight Control Eating a bird-size breakfast or skipping the whole meal Is a poor way to try to keep your wdght under control, say nutritionists of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. It's a far better plan to eat a good breakfast and learn enough calorie arithmetic to even out your day's calorie quota over three meals. * * » Have visitors - go places? Your personal news is welcome at THE UPPER DES MOINES. WANT-ADS BACON Pfc. Darwin A. 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