Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 28, 1949 · Page 9
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Mason City Calendar TUESDAY—San Juan-Marne post, V. F. W. meeting, 8 p. m. OCT. 11—Woman's club. First Methodist church, 2:15 p. m., John Vandercook, speaker. OCT. 9 t« 1*—National Business Women's week. OCT. 11—"The Hour ot Charm." PhU Spttalny and his all-girl orchestra, Roosevelt fieldhouse, 8:30 p. m. OCT. 20—Community Chest team officers' Instruction meeting. X, M. C. A. 7:29 p. m. OCT. 22—El Kahlr temple ceremonial, northeast Iowa, at Roosevelt field- house. OCT. Zt —Community Chest general so- llcltation kickoff. Y. M. C. A.. 5:59 < p. m. ! OCT. 24—Charles Eagle Plume addresses Executives club at Hotel Hanford at 6:30 p. m. NOV. *—Community Chest campaign final report. V. W. C. A., 5:59 p. m. KOV. g—First number In Community Concert series, Albert Spaldlng, violinist, high school auditorium, 8:15 p. m. NOV. 3—New York Civic Opera presentation of "Carmen" at Roosevelt field- house, under Exchange club sponsorship. KOV. 5—Fre« Christian Sclenca lecture by Earl E. Simms, C. S.. of Austin. Tex., at Monroe Junior high school auditorium, 8:15 p. m. KOV. 25-20—Farm drainage contractors and tilers conference sponsored by Meson City Brick & Tile company. DEC. 6-7—Iowa State Vegetable Growers association. DEO. 12—Chamber of Commerce annual meeting—Christmas party. JAN. 10—Woman's club presents Robert Magldoff. First Methodist church, 8 p. m. JAN. SO—Community Concert, Columbia Grand Opera Quartet, high school auditorium, 8:15 p. m. FEB. 27—Community Concert, Slgl Wels- lenberg, pianist, high school auditorium. 8:15 p. m. City Washers— Shipped to Foreign Countries HERE IN MASON CITY Antiques. 933 N. Van Buren. O'Brien Paints at Shepherds. Major Ambulance Service. Ph. 511. "Insurancewise." Let George. Bob or Jerry Harrer do it Ph. 321. Mrs. C. H. McNider, president of the board of trustees of the Mason City public library; Mrs. Curtis Amen, chairman of the trustees section; Miss Lydia M. Barrette, librarian, and staff members Frances Kukacka, Catherine Maschek, Margaret Smart and Ethel Stoakes, will go to Des Moines Thursday morning to be in attendance at the State Library association meeting, Sept. 29-Oct. 1. » Church rummage sale over Ford *• Hopkins, Wed., Sept. 28, 9 a. m. Storm sash repair, window glass. Boomhower Hdwe. See Spred Satin ad in "Life." Get Spred Satin at Paynes. Mrs. L. R. Black, 415 6th S. E., has returned home from Madison, Wis., where she attended the funeral of her sister, Clara Hermanson. COAL—Smokeless Fireball Bri- quets, $15 per ton del. Wagner Coal Co. Ph. 986. Red Star Oil features Certified Metered fuel oil deliveries. Quantity discounts. See us for famous ''Spark" circulating heaters. Ph. 1328. K of C's will say the rosary for their departed brother, J. J. Cassidy). at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday night at Patterson-James Funeral Home. Health Unit Needed Here, Rotary Told Would Cut Duplication, Elizabeth Wyss Says "If you just get a desk in the courthouse hall with a director and a secretary you'll have a start on the co-ordination of health services and health facilities," Miss Elizabeth Wyss, Fort Dodge, district state public health director, told Rotarians at a luncheon Monday noon at Hotel Hanford. "There should be a full- time local health unit in Mason City and Cerro Gordo county." "Today in Mason City, parents wishing help in getting a crippled child into a school could go to any number of different groups and request aid," she continued. 'There is the society for crippled children and adults, the department of public instruction with its special education program, the infantile paralysis fund, Sister Kenny fund, vocational rehabilitation program, or they could write to Iowa City for aid." Needs Clearing House "Now what Mason City needs Henkel Gets $525,505 Job at Huron, S. D. The Henkel Construction company has been awarded the general contract, including all mechanical work for the construction of a water softening plant for the city of Huron, S. Dak., in the amount of $525,505.85. The award was made shortly after bids were received and read at a public letting at Huron Monday afternoon. The project includes some 2,500 cubic yards of concrete in the substructure. The super-structure is of brick and steel construction 1 and 2 stories high, the outside dimensions of which are 114 feet by 182 feet. E. H. Dunmire of Lincoln, Nebr., is the consulting engineer on the M»i«n City Ql»l>«.Gii*U«, M»i»n City, I». Sept. 27, 1949 17 project. The Henkel Construction com- WASHING MACHINES TO SOUTH AMERICA—Mason City made washing machines are finding their way to remote foreign countries. Pictured above is a railroad car being loaded with dual-spin washers at the Automatic Washer company factory at Emery for shipment to Venezuela, South America. This is the 8th car loaded for foreign markets the past 2 months, going to South America, South Africa and Hawaii. Car Is Stolen in Alley Near Federal A blue 1941 Plymouth coach was stolen from the alley on 2nd N. E., just off Federal Monday afternoon, the highway patrol reported. The car bore Wapello county (90) license plates. Claude McDonough of the Production Credit association, 16 2nd N. E., said he had parked the car only a short time before it was miss- Ing. The auto belongs to his father •who lives at Kirkville, Iowa. Globe-Gazette Photos MAKING CABINET WASHERS —Pictured above . and below are sections of the new assembly line for cabinet washers at the Automatic Washer company factory west of Mason City. The top picture shows the start of the line with Raymond Nelson, Clear Lake, left, assembling the tub, and Howard Skellinger, Clear Lake, giving the water- test. Below is the end of the line showing the completed cabinet into which all mechanism of the washer and wringer disappears. Emmet Deets, left, and Ralph Wismer, both of Mason City, are putting on the finishing touches. Collects Old Type Boston (U.R)—Thomas J. Lyons, printer, has a collection of more than 1,000 old type fonts turned out between 1830 and 1890. He said he isn't worried about his hobby going stale on him and is still hunting for some 27,000 other fonts. Skating on ice is possible because the weight of the body melts the ice and the skater really is traveling on a film of water which freezes again as the weight is removed. Electric Motor Repairing. By Experienced Men NEW AND USED MOTORS BOUGHT AND SOLD ZAGK BROS. ELECTRIC CO. 302 Second S. W. Phone S77 is a health unit which would not eliminate any organization but would serve as a clearing house for all services," Miss Wyss said. "This office would keep records of services offered and given, thus seeing no duplications of treatment occured." "We have been talking and planning a health program in Iowa for the last 25 years and now it is time to start doing something about it," she added. "We intend to start with a health council in the rural arenas." Only one state is lower than Iowa in the amount of money spent per capita on health aid, Miss Wyss said. "Iowa only spends 25 cents a person in- comparison to the national average of 61 cents for health protection," she continued. "In a survey listed in 'Local Health Units for the Nation,' a study compiled by Dr. Haven Emerson, former head of the public health school at Columbia university, recommends that at least one dollar per person be available." Served as Consultant Dr. Emerson is recognized as one of the foremost authorities in health matters in the United States, Miss Wyss reported. He was for many years commissioner of health for New York City and has been consultant for many states for the development of public health service. A number of communities that have* climbed from a place low on the list to a place of recognition in the health field started their improvement program following a survey by Dr. Emerson. "The basis of the idea is to prevent people from betoming ill rather than wait to treat them after they become sick," she said "Co-operation is the utmost importance in such a service." "Mason City already has many of the services stressed by a health unit but if a health unit office were set up in Mason City, a person need only contact a centra office and they would be sent to the right organization for aid.' Miss Wyss explained. "The organizations themeselves do no lose their name or service under this plan." Add Life to Years "We have added years to life through medical research," Miss Wyss concluded," "Now it is up to us to add life to years." Miss Wyss was presented by Emil Bohn who had charge of the program. President Eddie Jones presided at the meeting. Visiting Rotarians were Guy Palmer, Arroyo Grande, Cal.; James R. Gilruth, M. A. Arneson, T. L. Sears, the Rev. W. M. Hubbard, Marvin C. Smith, Archie Larson and Clarence Knutson, all of Clear Lake. pany expects to start construction operations about Oct. 10. Carl A. Henkel, vice president of Henkel Construction company attended the letting with W. C Aegerter, construction engineer who is in charge of the South Da- Icota work, and the results of th letting were reported to J. W Strom, secretary-treasurer by tele phone Tuesday morning. Globe-Gazette Photo HANGING IN THE BALANCE — League presidents, W. R. Strong of the American, left, and Dan Klempnauer of the National, portray the plight of the Y. M. C. A.'s membership drive as it stood Monday night. The total received in the week's drive was 78 per cent* Active at 91 Calmer — Joseph Schneberger, Calmar's oldest resident, was celebrating his 91st birthday quietly at his home Tuesday. Mr. Schneberger is active, even able to do his own gardening and take care of his wood in spite of his ad- .vanced age. of the quota so workers decided to continue through Wednesday to make final reports. A number of incomplete reports will push the total near the top, teams have already shoved past their quotas. They are M. E. Clayburg's Cleveland Indians with 115 per cent; Miles Chenault's Pirates with 107, and Bob Dall's Dodgers, 102. Cliff Hamblin's Braves are it was reported. Three of the 12 i up close with a 98 per cent mark. 3,265 Dogs Licensed in Cerro Gordo Cerro Gurdo county has collected $3,362 in dog licenses so far in 1949 and 3,265 tags have been issued, the county auditor's office IT STARTS '*t THURSDAY Watch For Ad in Wednesday's Paper A STORE-WIDE REMOVAL SALE eported Tuesday. The money all goes to the domestic animal iund, according to Iowa law. The domestic animal fund is, used to pay claims by owners of animals or fowl killed by wolves or dogs and claims during the year ;otal more than the fund so that he supervisors are forced to scale hem down to the money available. The license fee, according to state law, is $1 for a male or spayed female dog and $3 a year for a female. If the fee is not paid ay May 1, the auditor is required to certify it to the county treasurer who puts it on the tax list with a dog penalty. Mason City has a separate ordinance and $1 city tax for male dogs. Since female dogs are not allowed to run free within the city, there is no tax on females in Mason City. The auditor's office pointed out Tuesday that a previous article in the Globe-Gazette 'stated incorrectly that there was no license on female dogs in the county. North Iowa Osteopaths to Meet Here Oct. 16 on Health Insurance Osteopaths from North lows will gather at Mason City Oct. 16 | to discuss compulsory health insurance legislation .at a distric' meeting of the Iowa Society o: Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons, it was announced Tuesday. Dr. E. H. McKenna, Chicago, assistant executive secretary of th American Osteopathic association will speak and preside at the meetings. Other speakers will in elude Dr. H. L. Gulden, Ames president of the Iowa society, and Dr. Howard R. Minnick, Des Moines. The meeting here is one of 6 eing held in Iowa. Not Too Hard to Judge Pontiac, Mich., (U.R)—Accused of stealing a Gulf gasoline station attendant's shirt, Earl Mackey pleaded innocent before Justice Donald E. Adams. Adams looked at Mackey, who was wearing a shirt with a big sign "Gulf" on it and said, "Are you sure you plead innocent?" Mackey, red-faced, said, "I just wanted to give your honor a hard time." Fish swim upstream because it is easier to obtain food than by swimming downstream. Taxes Are Higher The t(Sxes on your property become delinquent on October 1st, as after that date there is added a penalty which makes them still higher. You would not worry about your taxes or insurance premiums, if you had a savings account here to which you added a certain amount every month to take care of them. You'll find it much easier to spare a little each month than "dig" up the total amount when due. Try it once and you will never be without a savings account. UTUAL F EDERAL ,S AYINGS LOAN A SSOCIATION AND 19 First St. N. E. Phone 365 Mason City, Iowa Savings accepted in any amounts Sinus-colds Rectal (by injection) Rheumatism-arthritis Pain, cause-treatment Osteopathy-diagnosis practice. Dr. R. W. Shultz, D. 0. Room 641 Phone 2960 HANFORD HOTEL J-f /-L esLiteliKe Artificial Flowers Bring summer cheer into your home this fall and winter with these decorative and iife-like flowers and flower arrangements. We have a large variety of gorgeous sprays . . table arrangements . . . both large and small. Stop in tomorrow and choose while telection is still good. East State 20 East State Phone 17 THRILLING TABLE SET WITH SILVER by SET A THRILLING TABLE WITH SILVER Service for Six STARTS AT $51 FAMOUS PATTERNS to makt your choke •aty! 52 Pieci Ssrvici for ESttrt tetadts: • 8 Knivci • 8 Salad Pork. • 16 Tvatpoem • 2 Serving Spoon* • 8 Oval Sovp Spooni • « Forki • 1 Buttvr Knif* • 1 Sup Spoon USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN . It's Convenient and Economical 20 East State

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