The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 25, 1952 · Page 3
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August 25, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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Native of Mason City- M. F. Beecher, Authority on Ceramics, Retires in East Milton F. Beechcr of llulden, Mass., a native o£ Mason City, and vice president in charge of research and development at Norton *)ompany Worcester, Mass., will retire Aug. 31. Beecher has headed the research and development laboratories sinee 1941. A pioneer in ceramic engineering, Beecher has been responsible for the guidance and direction of m a n y Norton inventions and developments during his 37 years with the company. He is the author of nine publications in the field of ceramics and shares ownership o£ 21 patents. Iowa Sfate G r a d u a t e A graduate of Iowa Stale College, Ames, he received the degree of ceramic engineer in 1915 and joined the ceramic section of Norton's research department in that year, becoming its chief in 1916. He was appointed research engineer in 1910 and director of research in 1941. A member of the board of directors since 1946, Beechcr was elected vice president in 1950. He did much to expand the company's investigation and development activities and to improve coordination between research and manufacturing groups. Nationally Recognized His leadership in the development and promotion of new uses lor ceramics is nationally recognized. A charter member of the Fellows of the American Ceramic Society, he is a past president of the Institute of Ceramic Engineers. In 1345, Beecher was awarded the honorary degree of doctor of engineering by his alma mater, Iowa State College, which also presented him a merit award. In the same year he was elected Sigma Xi, national scholastic fraternity, by Worcester Polytechnic Institute He is also a member of Tan Bel;; Phi, national engineering hnnorarj fraternity. in Activities He is president of the Woreeslei District Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, a dircclot of Holden District Hospital and a past vestryman of All Saints Episcopal Church. He is a Mason, member of the Iowa Club of Boston and Torch Club of Worcester. A longtime Holden resident Beecher" has served on the town': Selective Service Board, re-crn- ploymenl committee and finance committee. His duties at Nortoi Company will be taken over b Wallace L k Howe, director of re search and development. His sister, Mrs. Dan Shire, for mcrly Millie Beechcr, lives in Colo rado. The ancient, Phoenicians inventcc wax candles. KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS WASTE NnfjRing backache, loss of pop and energy, hcnduchcs nnd dizziness mny he due to slowdown of kidney function. Doctors sny Kood kidney function is very important to Rood health. When sume evcryiluy condition.auch 03 stress nnd strain, causes this important function tn.nlow (town,ninny folkssulfernRK- R i n K backache-- feel miserable. M i n o r bladder irrilaunns due to cold or wronc diet may cause Kcttinff up nightflorf rcoucti I p asunder). Don't nuKtecl your kidneys if these conditions bother you. Try Doan's Pills--a mild diuretic. Used .successfully by millioriH for over 50 years. It's amazing hou'mnns' limes Donn'n K i v e b n u r y relief from these discom- fnrts-hclp the IBmilcuof ki Jney tuhcAand filters Hush out ivnstx;. Get Doan'r. PiJLi toilnyl School Will Open Sept. 1 at Thornton THORNTON-Thc Thornton consolidated .pchool will start the new year Monday, Sept. 1 at 0 o'clock. The faculty will attend the Cerro Jordo Teachers' Institute at Clear Lake Friday, Aug. 29. The annual faculty meeting will be held at the school building Saturday, Aug. 30 at 2 p. m. The faculty as far as completed :ollows: Esther Uluin, primary, Francis Smith, first grade; Arlis BerteJscn, second grade; Lois llcl MILTON F. BEECHER Floyd County Budget Near Million Mark CHARLES CITY -- The Floy ( County board of supervisors this week in special session gave fina approval to a $966,937 budget for operation oC county governmon .luring 1953. No one appeared to state approval or opposition to the Hoard's proposed budget before receives final approval. Of the total $018,030 is the amount :o be raised from taxation, $303,000 is expected to be derived from sources other than taxes, and $45,)07 is the estimated unencumbered balance from the 1952 budget. kens, third grade; Lois Brtmsvold, four Hi grade; Mrs. De-Wilt Booth, fifth grade; Gloria Boyce, sixth grade. Morris Clayton, Junior .High; DeWitt Boolh, social science, manual arts and physical cdnualion; Airs. Frank Thomscn, music; Lollie Littelle, English and drama; (.',. P. Littelle, superintendent ami science. The home economics, commercial and mathematics positions are still v a c a n t . The Inns of Court are schools for legal training. In medieval times Ihe Inns were actually inns which housed and fed aspiring legal students. Eldora Plans "Nickel Day'' Celebration KLDOHA-The annual kiddies' "Nickel Day" celebration will bo held Aug. 20 and SO with parade at 1:30 p. m, carrying out the theme of "Carnival Days." .There will bo prizes of first, soc: ornl nnd third places in ciioh of (he divisions of pels, floats and characters. There will be a girl anil boy division in each of Hie parade groups. There will be watermelon and pie eating contests, races of almost every description, clowns to entertain the kiddies, midget baseball tourney, j u n i o r bund concert, and free boxing matches, a m a t e u r acts and baby contest winners. , Kiddie rides such ns largo merry-go-round, chair-o-j)lane, train on (rack and rolla-whirl, ponies to ride, two malinec movies and other features, all for a nickel. Queens froni Hubbard, Steamboat Field, 111., have received an honorable discharge. Stcnseth rc-en- lislcd for another three-year period and W i n n will attend the University oC Illinois this fall. Rock, Whilten, New Hsulcliffe, Union nnd reign in Ihe parade. Providence, Eldora will Gl'S D I S C H A R G E D CALM AH--S. Sgl. W i l l i a m . Winn and S. Sgl, Vernou Stenselh, who have completed 3 years' service in the A r m y Air Force at Chanute Aug. 75, 19S2 MIIOII City Olobe-{J»«Ue, Maiott City, Is. Steel alloyed with the metal co- lombium is now considered Ihe best mclnl (o resist high hcnt in jelj engines Dry Eczema Itch Oil-Rich Ointment Act* in Plnce of Nature's Missing Skin Oil* Miulilcnlnc lull ot ilry cctrma !» nft«n maro fui-iiliilcnt wlion «kli 'liirli* miturnJ oils, tar mei'ly rulk-r, h l l n a f i i l comfort, i"lply licalnol Olnlmcnl. Oil-rich Hfilniil liclpn to innkii «i for luck at Nature'* oils -- to JiibrK-utu Itchy jmrfuce. Uetlnal'H rcillcf j r u c e . etnaH r c i c from tormenting Itch in f n « i n n l loiiu-lnatinsr help* Hatiiru ticnl. At ull ilrulc ttorea. ASK RAY SENEY 19 EAST STATE TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED ADI Holiday Coming i Take along the 6-CAN HANDY PACK August 25th-31st O Sun in Virgo TIP 5 l"t f\uar. 28th - Morning Star--Jupiter, Mercury Evening Stnrn--Vcnun, Mara. Saturn Indian name: ffeftt Moon 25 M Or. 5:26, s. 7:02f Paris freed by allied Allow troops. 1944. Party line freed Tor emergency calls liy thoughtful telephone users, a 26 O r . 5:27, s. 7:00| Women's Suffrage minute Amendment ratified, 1920. All wise women vole lo leave intervals between calls on parly lines. or two 27 W °r. 5:27, s. 6:59f Gen. Washington w i t h d r a w s from New York, 1776. for A timely w i t h d r a w a l on party lines gives others a chance to call. other 28 T ° r - 5=29, s. 6:57f German cruisers Ariadne, Coin Muinz sunk by British, 1914. calls to 29 F Or. 5:30, s. 6:55j Queen of Belgians dies in car crash, 1935, COmc 30 S" Or. 5:31, s. 6:53f Dawcs Reparation J'lan signed, 1924. through Or. 5:32, s. 6:52f Earthquake at Charleston, S.C. kills 27. 1886. Northwestern Bell Telephone Company fCalc. for Lai. 45" N.; Long.9J° W.CST. Add 4 min. for each degree west. H E R E ' S W H Y A L L T H E Sororities are II ilocsn'l 1:ike a I'lii I 5 c i a to know a co-crl's Lr-sL Jrinuls ur\~. lire uvo (.«inkling eyes . . . lo re:)li*: you can't, ^vork your eyesight tlidt liartl from September lo June, \vtLlicmL givinfr, it extra special altcnlioii. Enough s for instance ; ; . proper light lo read by, reguiar clucks with, an eye physician--especially now. hrfon; s i n n i n g ' n new Icrm. Ami, if glasses are called for ... coming lo ihc Tlonsc of Vision means gelling an exact ti-anslaiion of what your doctor orders. S t i l l n i c e r -- t h e sorority gafs (anrl indcjctn]ents, too!) know If.O.V. is just as fussy about, good looks as technical,' accuracy.. .will be sure lo give yon glasses t h a t please your dale as much as your doctor! CONSULT AN EYE PHYSICIAN (W. DJ FOR EYE EXAMINATION Mouse of Vision CraflJimen in Optics B H I C K A N D T I I . K B U I L D I N G Pick up p for picnic parties Handiest way to enjoy Only Country Club is made from 2 fully aged beers... one light, one dry. Result: mmm! The Bright Beer! Start your holiday bright-- pick up a couple of Country Club 6-Packs! Then you'll be .set when the call goes up for a second round of Country Club-- as it always does! For Country Club is more than a wonderful beer-- it's two delightful beers in one! One beer is a light beer, complete and perfect in itself. One beer is a dry beer, brewed to perfection, too/Together they make Country Club ... the bright beer! So remember, holiday coming! Remember Country Club-- in handy 6-Packs! Remember-- this is the most convenient way to enjoy the brightest], beer of all! BEER u. K. c.QKn i; WWANY, ST. .irwKrir -- KANSAS CITY, MO.

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