Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 1, 1949 · Page 48
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CAA Examinations, Inspections Oct. 6 at Local Airport Written, flight and practical examinations will be given Oct. G at the Mason City municipal airport by Leonard W. Jurden, regional administrator for the civil aeronautics administration, to all qualified applicants for both air and ground ratings, it was announced Friday. CAA aviation safety agents from Des Moines will be in charge of the work. They also will inspect and certificate aircraft for airworthiness and give assistance to anyone desiring information on any aviation problem, it was stated. Airport Manager Dick Mettler is making the arrangements for the visit. Infant Dies Meservey —F u n e r al services were held at the Evangelical U. B. church for Douglas Luke Wessels, 54 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wesscls, who RECEIVES DOCTOR'S DEGREE—Clair W. Bemiss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis M. Bemiss, 726 llth N. E., is shown at the right when he received his degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the field of Chemical Engineering from Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. From left to right are Doctor Bland L. Stradley, acting president of 0. S. U. at this graduation, Doctor H. II. Hatcher, vice president, Doctor H. V. Moyer, junior dean of the graduate school, and Doctor Bemiss. j». Clair Bemiss Gets Degree at Ohio State Clair W. Bemiss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis M. Bemiss, 726 llth N. E., received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the field of Chemical Engineering from Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 2. His parents have returned from a vacation trip to the East coast, Huring which time they attended the graduation exercises and helped their son and daughter-in- law move to their new home at Metuchen, N, J. Doctor Bemiss has accepted a position there as research engineer with the Photo Products Division •of the E. I. du Pont de Nemours company of Parlin, N. J. He will be engaged in the development color motion picture AMAZIN6 WALL COVERING TO WALL, THAT* ALL : & SMOOTH, LOCVC* L/Kff 37^5 fOfi OF ied at a hospital at Belmond fol- owing an operation. He leaves lis parents, 4 sisters and one brother. Burial was in the Me- ervey cemetery. All This and Wings, Too YpsilantJ, Mich., (U.R)—The new chickens with no wings and bigger drumsticks are pikers compared to a chick owned by Mrs. W. O. Sept. 30, ... _ 1949 3-A Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mason Ctty, I»» Perry. It has 2 bonus drum sticks, and wings, too. to enjoy a Mellow Moment Pour a sparkling glass of H aram's Beer. Sip i t. Linger over its luxurious flavor. For you'll never know how smooth and mellow a beer can be until you've tasted Hamm's! It's the beer for mellow moments. For^our mellow moments, say "Here's How!" with Hamm's. THEO. HAMM BREWING COMPANY, St. Paul, Minn. Smooth and Mellow of a new film. Mrs. Bemiss is the former Loraine Evelyn Bux, of Lockport, N. Y., a graduate of the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, N. Y. Visit in East The parents covered 3,427 miles , on their trip, visiting friends and relatives at Moline, 111., Oshkosh, Wis., Fayette, Ohio, and driving over the 'Pennsylvania Turnpike with its 7 tunnels. On leaving New Jersey they drove up the Hudson river to Albany, N. Y., and were 12,042 feet above sea level in the Storm King "Mountains fallen rock area in dense fog. They also visited Pittsfield, Mass., arid Adams before returning home. Doctor Bemiss received his early school training in Mason City, graduating with the high school class of '37. He attended Mason City junior college 2 years and received his Bachelor of Science degree in the field of Chemical En- Official Says Eldora School in Comeback Miles Administration' Unifies Standards By RICK MEREDITH Hampton —"We are attacking our problems at the Eldora state training school with a new zest which we hope will again place the school in its place in the sun," M. L. Puckett, assistant superintendent, declared here Thursday night. Puckett said all of the which reached the public from the school for months has been bad. "You never hear of the good at the school nor of the boys who make good after they get out," he told the North Iowa Peace Officers at their meeting at the American Legion club on Beeds lake. The present administration, headed by Hollis Miles, has taken a little from all of the former ones and attempted to set a standard for all employes, according to Puckett. He pointed out that formerly most every employe had his own idea of how to handle disciplinary problems with the resul: that there was no uniformity in approach to similar cases. Miles was appointed acting head of the school in November and given the permanent appointment in April. Parents Cited Puckett, former parole agent NEW LOW gineering in December, 1943, at Iowa States college, Ames. With Eastman Tn January, 1944, Doctor Bemiss joined the staff of the Eastman Kodak company, Rochester, N. Y., and was engaged in the development and production of color motion picture film processing. In September, 1946, he entered Ohio State University for graduate study. For the school years of 1946-47 and 1947-48 he was employed as a graduate assistant in the department of photography for the instruction of students in the basic principles of photography. During this time he w^s president of the graduate student council. In September, 1948, he received the Shell Oil Fellowship which allowed him to devote full time to his research and dissertation, which was "The Design and Performance of a Glow Discharge Re- acter for the Ammonia Synthesis." Design Your Own Linoleum Tile Floor SAVE MOW**/ lastall It Yourself 16 C Each 9"x9" Til* Almost no limit to th« tmart, 'colorful designs you can hava with AnMtrong'i J«P« Lino- 1 l«um Til*. We'll help you with designi and show you how to hiftall it yourself. MIER WOLF SONS for the Eldora school, said the lack of understanding by parents is the worst flaw in our society today. "We know that a certain group in our society must come to such a place as Eldora because of the environment they have to live around," he said. "Many forsook the home, school and church for work in our 'war age' and we are still attempting to re-adjust from this," Puckett pointed out. Some of the severe whippings reported to have taken place in the school in recent years are no longer in existence, Puckett declared. The school is staffed as well as might be expected with the funds allotted, he thought, and the biggest share of the staff ii there because of a desire to do 'this type of work. Only 159 in School The population at Eldora righ now is at an all-time low of 159 he said. Of 144 paroled to him recently, 90 are making good in th< service, Puckett explained, other: are gainfully employed and onl> 3 have been lost to the Anamosa men's reformatory. "One of the biggest problems facing us is to teach youngsters to be friends of those in authority in any walk of life," he stated. John Hrubetz, traffic sergeant of the Mason City police department and president of the group, presided at the meeting. Mayor Joe Liebendorfer of Hampton welcomed the officers. Sheriff Lee Lemke and Deputy Ralph Jones were in charge of the program arrangements. Dave Bardwell of the Iowa Falls police was introduced as a new member. Bud Huffman of the state bureau of investigation was a guest. Members of the Hampton Legion post who served as hosts at the dinner meeting were Jerome Scheckel, Charles Jackson, Beryl Johnson, Ralph Stewart, Tom McVenes, Verne Harris, LeRoy Crandall, Dick Hay, Bob Scarr, Chris Christensen and James P. Mango. The next meeting will be held at lov/a Falls. Earl Saxton, Becds lake park custodian, explained the Beeds lake "kids wildlife school" which was successfully carried out here and Chief Verle Fredricks of the Iowa Falls police told of his city's program to acquaint youth with firearms. OCTOR ILLS!!! Paysfor Treatment atHOME, in Doctor's Off ice in the HOSPITAL, or ANYWHERE! NEW PLAN LETS YOU SELECT ANY DOCTOR or SURGEON of MEDICINE or OSTEOPATH IN THE WORLD! New National Benefit Plan not only helps pay doctor bills for treatment at home, in doctor's office or clinic, or in the hospital, in fact, anywhere—but permits choice of any doctor, surgeon of medicine, or osteopath in the world. The new medical plan which is being: offered by National Benefit, Des Moines, Iowa, permits you to select any doctor or surgeon of medicine, or osteopath in the world. It may be your own family physician, or a highly skilled specialist in some certain field of medicine or surgery. It is so broad, the benefits are effective anywhere in the world, too. No wonder the National Benefit Plan promises to become the source for providing money to thousands of people for paying doctor bills for treatment at home, in the doctor's office or clinic, or in the hospital. A new, far reaching plan to provide money in case of sickness or accident has just been announced by National Benefit, Des Moines, Iowa. It helps pay for medical or osteopathic treatments which you receive at home, in the doctor's office or clinic, in the hospital ... in fact, ANYWHERE! According to National Benefit authorities, they have never before known of a medical plan that offers so many benefits at such an amazing low cost . . . actually only a few pennies a day. This amazing low cost makes it possible for practically every family to enjoy a feeling of financial security in times of sickness or accident. Under the National Benefit Plan, you receive the-full policy benefits regardless of what payments, or how large, you receive from any other plan or sources. It pays in addition to workmen's compensation payments, too.. Music Club Meets Eagle Grove —The first fall meeting of the Cecilian Music club was held at the home of the president, Mrs. W. G. Bennett. Miss Jcan- nette McCleary was elected treasurer of the club to replace Mrs. Lulu Sterling who resigned. NEW PLAN PAYS SURGEON'S BILLS and for HOME NURSING as WELL AS MANY OTHER BILLS! \ Payments for surgeon's bills for operations and treatment of fractures and other medical services arc provided for under new plan. The new National Benefit Medical Plan is so broad that it helps you pay for surgeon's bills in cases of operations, reduction of fractures and dislocations performed in the hospital, at home, or in the doctor's office, too. In addition, it provides payments for services of a graduate nurse while you or a member of your family are confined at home. 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