Clipped From The Mason City Globe-Gazette
2 LAKE LEADS IN HEALTH ACTIVITY All Children in Eight Examined by Physician. Health work in the rural schools of the county is progressing rapidly. rapidly. Mrs. Pearl Tannar, county superintendent, superintendent, announces. The first township to make a complete canvass canvass of the health conditions in school was Lake. Other townships are following the example set for them. The work in Lake township was under the supervision of Mrs E Studyvin, chairman of the Christmas Christmas seal sales in that section of county. Mrs. Studyvin used the of the proceeds of the seal sale remains in the community for 'he promotion of health in the schools. Every child in the eight schools of the township was examined by a physician, with the result that Studyvin now has a complete record record of each one. In addition to the physical examinations of the children the work in Lake township has also been centered on improving conditions in schools. Ventilators have been purchased purchased and other equipment added that will aid in making tho schoolrooms schoolrooms healthful. Other townships are also carrying on the same type of work under supervision of Mrs. Tannar and Ambrose Chesehro, Plymouth, county county chairman. Discussion of tho heal Hi program is exoected to t n k n nlacc n meeting of the county board of education in the superintentJenl'.-) office Monday.