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Emporia Gazette, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1959, Emporia, Kansas gaiporla Kansas September 16 1959 PolypsOvergrowth of Tissue THE EMPOR1A DAILY GAZETTE t To Your Good Health by Joseph G Molner M D Molner ls theie on just one side or both may jusl one side or bolh or nay not cause obstruction or pain DEAR Dr Molner Is there apartial cure or means of fSC PulyPS VCfy h8h up in sages can make you miserable indeed Other consequences are mouth breathing snoring changing the tone of voice postnasal drip by interfering with the normal drainage of nasal Is there a method of shrinking them or achieving a partial cure Since polyps consist of mucus tie sue which can be shrunk the an swer is yes but it is a limited j the nose and have closed one They are causing great pain Mrs Yes polyps in the nose arc some times a problem but let me re mind other readers hat the nose isn t the only place they occur Polyps are a grwoth or we might say overgrowth of tissue They occur in a mucus membrane hence they can be in the nose sinus mouth diesuve tract vaginal canal urinary tract A strong word of caution Polyps in the internal organs such as the colon tend to become mai nant and are best removed Ephedrine adrenalin and other fustdr have been used the relief is y the re liet may be followed by increased This does not to best aftenvard which makes of my knowledge in the case of A hardly worth the sur r AI The most effective and practical answer is surgical removal Be cause of the way polyps grow on I it the removal is usually polyps ia the nose and neighbor ing areas All the same they can be an abominable nuisance at Nasal polyps by the way are the result of chronic irritation or P and generally chronic infection People with al the doctors office lergies affecting the nose for ex ample are prone to get polyps from this continued irritation The polyps vary in size may be PAINTING DECORATING AD Work Guaranteed FULLY INSUREE Free Estimates Gladly Given CLIFFORD NORTON Phone 1241 Up to AUTO FURNITURE O SECURITY A FINANCE CO N F P SIGLER 517 Merchant Ph 171 RSenTng Emporia Since 1934 It is also possible to cauterize polyps The size and location will be the factors upon which the de cision is made There are two points that will be very important to you First if the area involved is not thorough ly cauterized other polyps are apt to appear Second and most important of al correction of the condition which caused the polyps in the first place is the sensible course If there is some chronic nasal infection combat it If it is a mat ter of allergy treat it Allergies while stubborn by nature can be controlled either by medication or by learning the things to which you are sensitive and avoiding them Dear Dr Molner Is is true that after a person has con sumed quite a bit of liquor eat ing a slice or more of bread will absorb the alcohol and help bring on sobriety Airs No it wont Because the alco Glnirch Womens Seminars annual fall seminar for ho Womans Society of Christian Service for the Em poria District were held Thurs day al the Methodist Church and Friday at I lie Council Grove MotlSodist Church The attend ance here was 104 and 85 at Council Mrs Paul Burris Hnlton Conference Secretary of Missionary Education and Serv ico was present for both meet ings Mrs S Ray Gardner Dis trict Missionary Education Sec retary was in charge of the ar rangements for the meetings In slfiutors for the study courses which they reviewed were Mrs K C Workman Emporia Africa Mrs 1C E Tiliotson Emporia Luke Mrs Leo Bradbury Grcn ola United Nations Mrs L C Buchmnn Elimiale the Church of the Town and Country Mrs Clarence Harder Childrens Work and Mrs John Win ficrt Dimlnp Youth Work Spe cial music was furnished by Miss Judy Owen and a double quartet from the Hartford High School THIS IS THE FIRST in a se ries of photographs showing hoi is still there This is a com mon notion but it just doesnt do any good On the other hand a stomach full of food in advance may delay the action of the alco hol Dear Dr Molner Is there anything anyone can do for var icose veins besides having them out I have had shots but they didnt help for long Sometimes a varicose swollen vein can be successfully obliter ated by injections or but it depends on tiie degree of trou ble If that fails surgery is the answer remove the entire vein alter which parallel veins win take over the work The re moved vein since it is gone cpnt become varicose again This does not mean that some other vein may not become so Copyright 1959 Felct Enterprises Block Tube Type PJuttorond 7 Jirtt Precision bladed tread design NEW TREADS applied on sound tire bodies or on your own i Tirmionr New Treads yon J wnx tread the jame tread and md arts made t of tiw lonr miieage JXKI get with tires Buy s pair for YOUR car NO CASH NECESSARY your tradein tires make the Down Payment Otter siztt proportionately LOW PRICED FIRESTONE exclusive features not found in any other tira ANY price I Firwtoiws SafetyFort if bodies combined with exclusive tread design Firestone RubberX give a Kre that lead the fndus try in doCwforaoUar value Drive 4 in let prore their Car Inspection DnvB with confidence in a I car you KNOW is safe I No cost or oblieation for complete safety check Firestone Buttery 4 95 1 Voh CXCH I Its DriCharged for extra I I value Battery life 1 Turben you install it Body Mount Mirror 4 li Reg u Heavily chromeplated for I U lasting beauty I Stores 702 Mechanic Phone 113 progress of construction work in Emporia This view from the Broadview Hotel shows the Post Office site at Seventh Avenue and Merchant Street Excava Five Are Added to EState Faculty Five new members have been added to the Emporia Stale Teachers College faculty accord ing to announcements from the college Willard Stibal is an associate professor of education and is di rector of teacher selection He received his Bachelor of Educa tion degree from St Cloud Teachers College and a Master of Arts and degrees from the University of Minnesota He has taught and coached in Minne sota schools and became Super intendent of Schools at Boyd in 1946 Since 1953 he has been an associate professor and director of the campus school at Eastern Montana College Bill ings Mont Dr Stibal is married and the father of eight children Richard A Hildreth assistant professor of speech has taught high school English and speegh at Hot Springs S at Hutchinson Junior College has been a grad uate assistant at the University of Southern California where he earned a degree in 1953 and has been on the faculty of Black Hills Teachers College Spearfish S D Miss Alline Homes a graduate assistant at the college for the past year has been named in structor in business and business education She holds Bachelor of Science degrees in education and commerce and Masters degree from EState and has taught and been in secretarial work Richard J Hardy has been ap pointed instructor in health mens physical education and recrea tion He has a bachelors degree from the University of Utah and a masters degree from Columbia Teachers College New York City James A Bikkie is an instructor in business and business educa tion He earned a bachelors de gree from St Cloud Teach ers College and a masters de gree from the University of Min nesota Mr Bikkie came to the college from the Burlington Iowa Community School where he has been in charge of the Distributive Education program Missing Plane Found Dead LAFAYETTE Ind AP A missing plane carrying t w o couples from the St Louis area jyas found almost buried in a corn field about 20 miles northeast of Lafayette Tuesday The bodies of Mr and Mrs Bernard Hanebrink and Mr and Mrs Roy Hauser were beneath thp smashed Beechcraft Bonanza They took off from the Purdue University Airport at Lafayette last Wednesday with Hanebrink flying A heavy thunder storm dominated the sky Forrest R Marchand pilot for a Hying service at Wmamac spotted he wreckage white ferry ing a plane to Poplar Bluff Mo It was only knee high in tall corn and almost invisible Air Force state police and Civil Air Patrol planes from Indiana and Illinois searched for it six days The Hanebrinks lived at Char lack Village the Hausers at St Ann Both towns are St Louis County suburbs ices Attend Funeral Serv GRIDLEY Mesdames Frank Raaf Charles Knapp and Mrs John Schindler and T Winzeler attended the funeral of Mrs Cora Beucheaut Friday afternoon at the Virgil Methodist Church Mrs Beucheaut 93 died Wednesday morning at her home at Hilltop She is survived by two daughters Olive of the Gladys a teacher at El Dorado Junior Col lege Otange of tüeotTier change of needs exchange th Gazette cZaíjifted tion work for the basement and foundation is nearly finished and steel for use as reinforcement is being prepared The building is scheduled to be completed by late next summer Architects are Brinkman and Hagan and the general contractor is Thom as Construction Company of St Joseph Mo Demos Cut Bits From Money Bills But Total Hits a Peacetime High I b or voted he biggest peace slightly more than 2 per cent of lime appropriations total in his the total tory The Con n during the Korean Warhas the ss the 1959 session bit one in Even i V legflators cul Eisenhowers requests Emporians Attend a Graphic Arts Show The New York Graphic Arts Show held in the New York Coli seum Sept 6th through the 12th was attended by a group of Em porians most of them from the DiddeGlaser Company and the Didde Office Supply Company DiddeGlaser exhibited five ma chines at the show where most American and many foreign man ufacturers displayed their prod according to Carl Didde He added that great interest was shown by those who saw the ex Emporians at the exhibit were Messrs and Mesdames Car Didde Harry Higgins and Robert Schmidt and Donald Glaser Rus sell Brown Donald and Arnold ttianut John Underwood Wood row Pendleton William Suegel William Collins Charles Clark Stanley Komen Larry Kozad Carl Hoffmans and J W Brink man Mr Brinkman and Mr Hoffmans are connected with graphic arts at Emporia State Teachers College Man Bitten by Bat Dies of Hydrophobia BLUE RIVER Wis a cool August night a bat flew through an open window and bit steeping Louis Ashmore on the ear Ashmore killed it The next day he joked about it Less than a month later he was dead of hydrophobia The death of the 44yearold farmer was the first attributed by the Wisconsin Health Department to the disease usually transmit ted by the bile of a rabiesinfected animal or rodent It creates mad ness in animals A Public Health Service team has been ordered here to begin a search for infected bats The PHS operates a rabies con trol center at Poynette not far from this southwest Wisconsin village of 425 persons The PHS said there were only six hydrophobia deaths in the United States last year The dis ease usually is fatal once symp toms develop Skunks are the most frequent carriers of rabies but there have been reports of infected bats MADISON The first fall meet ing of Wesleyan Service Guild was held at the Methodist Church Thursday night Mrs William Hind presided Lots Hamilton was in charge of devotions and the les son was presented fay Mrs Hind The next meeting will be Oct 1st SaVB from heavy reductions eluded 500 million in de velopment loan funds for the year starting next July 1 which was wil1 come up ROCK N ROLL DANCE Every Wednesday Night OLD TIME DANCE Every Saturday Night Adm 50c person Comnty Line 12 miles east of Emporia and 6 miles west Lebo The only years in which the ap propriations total exceeded 1959 figures were 1942 when 147 bil lion was voted 1943 with a 115 billion total 1951 with 101 billion and 952 with 86 billion continued ofevery year administration first and second Dur ing those years Republicans con trolled Congress Appropriations totaled 65 billion in 1953 dropped to 58 billion in 1954 and have mounted steadily since f GXCept Hill have received news of birth of a daughter Elizabeth Sept 8th to Mr and Mrs Rich ard Angle Richland The 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