Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 22
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
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Isensee Heads Cancer Society; Club Representatives at Session 60 Persons rep- organizations in t r Were chall *nged with tne importance of getting across to - emphasizing early diagnosis of cancer as uie only safe period to combat the disease at a meeting of the Cerro Gordo chapter of the American «r S ? oiety held at Hot el Han- Wednesday night. «, ai ?> speAak , ers at the meeting were Dr. Addison Brown, Des taoines, and Mrs. Rosa Lee,Tye, S ta * e . flel d director from Curlew. , Officers for' the coming year were elected with Robert H. Isensee, new arrival in Mason City as vice president of the United Home Bank and Trust company. named -chairman. He succeeds Mrs- Hughes Bryant, who presided. Other Officers elected were Floyd James, vice chairman; Mrs. Norman Chapman, secretary; Howard Stewart, treasurer; Fritz Beck, memorial fund chairman; Clara Madson, publicity chairman; Andrew P. Frelund, campaign chairman. Don't Wait for Symptoms Pointing out that cancer ranks 2nd in the cause of death in the U. S., Dr. Brown, who accompanied his talk with slide films, said that 17,000 women die of cancer of the uterus annually, the subject of his talk. The time for, diagnosis Is before any symptoms appear, he stressed. The diagnosis should be made at the time of one's regular physical checkup, he said. Mrs.' Tye in her talk discussed education pamphlets on cancer that can be distributed by representatives to their groups who in turn can take them to their own Ask Ray Seney 19 EAST STATE STREEJT Brown with the slide films. The slate of nominees was presented by Mrs. Don Adams, nominating chairman. The new chairman, Isensee, adjourned the meeting, and the evening was concluded with a coffee and doughnut luncheon. Juniors Offer Play Thornton—The high school junior class will present its play "Mr. Beane From Lima" at the Thornton gymnasium Friday at 8 p. m. Mrs. G. P. Littelle is director. Stacyville—Miss Martha Heumann of Chicago is visiting her sister, Mrs. Margaret Adams, and family. HERE and THERE SwaJedale—Mr. and Mrs. Axel Andersen and daughters were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Krause of Fenton. Hanlontown — A new electric scoi-eboard has been installed in the gymnasium. The class of 1949 gave a sum of money toward its purchase. Rockwell—A daughter was born Saturday to Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Fleming at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Hanlontown—The Thovson reunion was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Moretz recently with about 40 members present. The gathering was in honor of Mrs. Julia Primeau of Florida who is visiting hero, Scarville — Mrs. William Evans and Mrs. Betsy Strom motored to Madelia, Minn., for a visit with Mrs. Inga Stordahl. Osage— Mrs. William Bruesewitz is at the University hospital, Iowa City, for a complete checkup. Fenton—Eugene Huskamp, Robert Huskamp, Merritt Giffin and Gerald Cody have returned from 10 days' fishing and hunting in Canada. ' St.' Ansgar—Mrs. M. M. Abbott of International Falls, Minn., is visiting at the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Hendrickson. Woden — C. B Davenport left recently for California on a vacation .trip to visit his daughter and family. Mi\ Anderson of the Britt bank, is in charge of the local bank during his absence. Swaledale—Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Deed Casper were Mrs. Hilda Timm and son of Nora Springs and Mr. and Mrs. August Caspei of Rockwell, and Mr. and Mrs. Aley Kotman of Sheffield. Chapin — Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Bender and family returned home from a weekend visit with relatives at Warren, 111. Geneva—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davenport, Jr., and daughter, Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davenport and daughter, Donna, and Mrs. G. Mursick of Washington, D. C., were recent guests in the F. E. Davenport home. Lake Mills—Supt. and Mrs. S. T: Tweed and sons, Ted and Tommy left for Memphis, Term., where Mr. Tweed will attend the national convention of county superintendents of schools. They plan to go to New Orleans, La., for a sight-seeing trip and will return by way of Texas. They will be gone about 2 weeks. Latimer—Mr. and Mrs. Ace Koenen and daughter, Miss Wina Koenen spent an afternoon recently with Mr. and Mrs. Oltmann in Sheffield. Get. 13, 1949 Mai*a City GI«k«-GaittU, MM* m City, I*. 1,197 Retail Busintssts Have Used Our Service (jECMGB S. P Estabfislwd 1*25 ROBERT H. ISENSEE homes and to the schools. She said that the society by means of the funds raised carried on the fight to control cancer through research, education and service. Nursing Association Co-operates "The education part of the fight can be carried on by you," she told the representatives. The magazine, New Horizons, which is published 4 times a year, tells of the work done by the various chapters of the society in Iowa and may be had free by making application at the offices here, she said. In opening the meeting, Mrs. Bryant reviewed the work of the local chapter the past year, including the setting up of a memorial fund, scholarships and services such as buying articles for patients like hospital beds. These are always available at the Public Health Nursing association offices, she said, adding that this group was co-operating with the Cancer society in its cancer fight. Short talks were made by Mrs. Ivan Fosse of the state cancer office here and Bob Vance from that office, who told of the booth conducted by the society at the North Iowa Fair. 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