The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1966 · Page 23
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 23, 1966
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MRS. HAZEL Vera and Mrs. Elizabeth Post spent Thursday at Esthervffle with the former's aunt Mrs. Woltz. they stopped at Buffalo Center ftnrbute home and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. ted Vera. FRIENDS OF Mrs. John Helmers will be glad to know she has been dismissed from the hospital at Brainerd, Minn, and is now with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Carlson and family. MRS. MYRA Ostrum has been visited by her sisters, Mrs. L. W. Bennett and Mrs. Gertrude Cummings, Oelweln. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hanson spent from thursday till Monday at Storm Lake with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles tippin and Bret. MR. AND MRS. John Sires had as guests one day last week the former's brpther Floyd, Waterloo. Other guests another day were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller and Mrs. Mary Jacobson, Dike. PAT GROEN was here Wednesday seeing old friends at the Good Samaritan home where she had been employed for some time. She is now working in the Medical Memorial at Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge, but will soon resign as she will be married in December. Her home is at Burt and she visited there with relatives. MR. AND MRS. Louis McEnroe had Dr. and Mrs. George Auer, Guttenberg, as guests last week. MR. AND MRS. August Slagle had as dinner guests Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hoflus and Mrs. Ethel Gardner. MR. AND MRS. Don Prieskorn will have as thanksgiving guests Mr. and Mrs. Joe Koll, Mrs. Genevieve Young and Joe and Frank, Jpe Koll and and Mrs. Charles Pries rona Prieskorn, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Prieskorn and three grandchildren, Fort Dodge. tHANKSGIVING day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lewis will be their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ruge, Fort Dodge. MR. AND MRS. H. W. Ste- britz plan to spend thanksgiving at Adel with the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McCamey. ; MRS. MABEL Lee and her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stillman, were visited briefly a short time ago by Mrs. Lee's son, Dr. Robert Lee, Fort Dodge. MR. AND MRS. Clyde Lloyd and family are going to Britt to spend thanksgiving day with the mother, Mrs. Bertha Lloyd. MR. AND MRS. Adrian Sterling were visited last week by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller, Dubuque. Mr. Miller went hunting and also went to Milford to see his father, Carl Miller. MR. AND MRS. torn Lundell, Beth and Sterling of Ankeny will be here for the thanksgiving holiday with Mrs. Lundell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Sterling. GLENN StRAYER has returned from a visit at Amarillo, tex. with his son Dick and family and from there went to Tucson, Ariz., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Clough. the climate at tuscon did not agree with him at all and he came home after a brief stay there. He went to Mason City Friday morning to see his doctor and Mrs. Strayer drove there in the afternoon to bring him home, they will have as thanksgiving guests and for a few days the son Dick and children, Amarillo, tex. MARY StREIt, well-known former Algerian who has for the past several years made her home at Fort Dodge with Betty Streit, had major surgery Friday at Mercy hospital there. Matthew Streit, Betty Streit and Mrs. Maurice Cullen were with her. Betty, who is director of Red Cross, has just returned from Belmond, having made reports on the disaster area. Keep Track Of Fat In Food, Lengthen Life Strange as It sounds, the American, .housewife may turn cwf-to be the'person in tie best spot to prevent heart illness. Algona, (la.) Upper 0*< Mo?n»t— 9 Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1966 More and more studies point to diet as a prime contributor in the development of heart disease. though the evidence is not conclusive, research shows that diet is probably guilty CHI two major counts: (1) too much food- especially food too rich, too sweet and too fat - thai lead to too much weight; (2) too much fat especially saturated animal fats rich in cholesterol and lipids that may raise the levels of these substances in the blood stream. Depending on the number of extra pounds, a seriously overweight man is two to three times more susceptible to heart disease than his leaner contemporaries. About one quarter of the adult male population is dangerously overweight. By serving nutrious, well-balanced meals, cutting down on rich, high calorie foods and serving smaller portions, the housewife can do her bit toward controlling the overweight problem. Much of the case against cholesterol and other lipids is circumstantial, but it is strong Comparative studies of diet, blood cholesterol, and blood lipid levels and the incidences of heart disease in different parts of the world strengthen the case. For example, the heart death rate dropped sharply in most of Europe during World War n when high- fat meat and dairy products were scarce. But the heart death rate remained constant in Denmark, where there was no shortage. It is true that questions remain to be answered about diet and heart disease. However, the Iowa Heart Association feels the evidence is substantial enough to urge you to make the following changes in your diet: 1. Eat less saturated fat. 2. Substitute vegetable oils and other polyunsaturated fats for animal fats whenever possible. 3. East less food rich in cholesterol. 4. reduce the number of calories if overweight. 5. Apply these suggestions early in life. 6. Make sound food habits a family affair. 7. 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