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J MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 27 1931 DANGER IS GREAT IN TUBERCULOSIS FROM INFECTION High Communicability Needs to Be Realized, Says St. Louis Man. _ IES MOINES, Feb. 27. /P--Fhy- Eicians as a group have not yet realized the danger from infection and the very high commumcabillty of tuberculosis, said 3. W. Becker ot St. Louis, executive secretary of the Missouri Tuberculosis association, in a prepared address before the Iowa Tuberculosis association convention here today. Recent medical research has demonstrated, he said, that there is a clear transition from primary in- · fections and the childhood type o£ tuberculosis to the distinctly adult type, that this transition occurs in children and youth from constant contact and exposure with the adult type, and that tuberculosis is highly communicable. "Each open case is a storm center and focus of infection,' and if these storm centers are controlled the vicious circle of adult type of infection can be broken up and the spread of the disease stopped," he asserted. i Re-Education Is Needed H6 concluded that there must be '8. re-education of the practicing physician who did 'not receive the newer information about tuberculosis in his training and who has not taken seriously the danger ot infection by contact from the adult type. Dr. W. E. Wolcott of Des Moines pointed out the difficulty of educating: and caring for handicapped children in the rural districts because of the scattering of the population. He advocated making the care of these children the concern of the state as a whole. Surveys showing that 50 per cent fcf patients of tuberculosis sanatoriums were not alive five years after their discharge caused the establishment of a boarding club by the Hennepin County Tuberculosis association, 'said Kathryne Radebaugh of Minneapolis in an address. Employment Was Requirement "Our ex-patients had what seemed to be an adequate medical nursing and social follow-up," Miss Rade- baiign explained, "so it seemed that the one great lack was suitable em- ploymeut." The tuberculosis association, co- bperating with the Minneapolis public schools, now provides vocational training for patients and holds them in the boarding .club until they are able to provide ade- {mate quarters for themselves. ' The wear and tear of the present Hay^method.of living 1 , both in busi- iiesSTCndrin th'e home, is one of the causes of heart disease, said Dr. I. C. Riggin of New York, executive Secretary of the American Health association, whose prepared address followed that of Miss Radebaugh. He pointed out that physical fitness and vigor are necessary ito withstand infections such as rheu- Neqlect them Take the recognized standard remedy that contains both quinine and a laxative, Laxative QUININE ^ Tablets STUBBORN SORE QUICKLY YIELDS TO RESINOL *Toralong timelwas incapacitated :by a sore whicH resulted from a. iBlivcr run under my thumb nail. Practically my whole hand became infected. For three months my thumb would not heal and nail would not grow on it. After try- ins several prescribed treatments to no avail* T purchased Resinol Ointment. Inside of two weeks the sore began to heal and after the third week the new nail was almost complete." (Signed)-Mrs. Helen Mack, Brichtmoor, Mich. Reoinol Ointment andReainol Soap are invaluable for fell kinds of skin disorders, Aak yoar drnggi a t for them. Porfree ·ample write Reiaol, tept.78,fi^to. l Md. matic fever, St. Vitus dance, recurrent tonsilitis, "growing pains," syphilis and diphtheria, which are the usual causes of diseases of the heart and blood vessels. "We must learn to relax and rest the human mechanism at frequent intervals," he said. HERE and THERE Visits at Chapin. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. James Bruce of Dedham arrived for an extended stay at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Garfield Crawford. Two Reported Improving PLYMOUTH--Mrs. V. J. Ward' and her daughter, Mrs. Ed Trettin, who have been quite ill, are reported much better. First Child Is Born. ALGONA--Mrr. and Mrs. Wayne Keith are parents of a daughter born at the Kossuth hospital. This is the first child. Surprised on Birthday. ALLISON -- Several neighbors and relatives surprised Mrs. Tillie Mockford at her home Thursday evening', the occasion being her birthday. Were HI at Emmons. KENSETT--Mrs. Harry Emerson and children returned home Thursday from Emmons, Minn. Mrs. Emerson became ill while there which extended her visit and on her re- urn home Mr. Emerson was ill. Ervin Knudson of Emmons is here ooking after the meat market. Members Are Entertained. CLARKSVILLE -- Mrs-. C. L,. Schellenger entertained 14 members ot the needle work 'club Thursday afternoon. Attend Rait Funeral. ALGONA--R. S. Blossom attended the funeral of his sister-in-law, Umma. Rait at Cedar Falls. The body was sent from Arizona. Improves at Clarksville. CLARKSVILLE -- Mrs. James ihestnut, who has had a long serious illness, is now able to be up. Decorah Club Elects. DECORAH--The Civic club elected: President, Mrs. George Baker; vice president, Mrs. Frank Jewell; second vice preident, Mrs. Lester Lowery; secretary, Mrs. Charles Altfilllsch, treasurer, Mis. C. J. »Veiser, Jr. Auxiliary Sponsors Dance. ALLISON---The American Legion auxiliary will sponsor a benefit dance to be given in the Legion'hall on Monday night, the proceeds to ie used for decorating the hall. In Charge ol Store. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. Reu Snell has had charge of the W. O. Prescott itore during Mr. and Mrs. Prescott's tay in Mason City because of the ickness and death of Mr. Prescott's mother, Mrs. K. K. Prescott. Is Honored at Shower. NORA SPRINGS--A shower was ld at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sumuer Benedict in honor of their granddaughter, Miss Ruth Gallup, who is to wed John Keith in trto near future. '.About 30 friends and relatives participated. · ; ' Is Clarksville Guest, CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. August 'Sieling's twenty-fifth wedding anniversary was observed by a small family company. Bert Rice f Augusta, Kans., was an out of own guest. Bridge Club Entertained. CLARION--Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Bernard entertained members of heir evening bridge club at dinner Wednesday night. Honored at Jubilee. RAKE--A silver wedding jubilee (vas given for Mr. and Mrs._ J. Larson in the basement of the Zion church last night. A reception and program was given in their honor. Aredalo I'. T. A. Meets. AREDALE--The P. T. A. met at :he schbolhouse Thursday evening. The program was. given by Miss Lavon Fassler's room and a waffle supper was served to raise funds for the P. T. A. Birthday Is Celebrated. ALLISON--Mrs. O. F. Oltman was surprised at her home near Allison Wednesday evening, a number of friends and relatives calling to help celebrate her birthday. Leave for Chicago. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Chehack, who have been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim E Chehack for some time, left for Chicago Wednesday. Surprised on Birthday. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. George Durant was surprised on her birth day by her children arid other rela lives who spent the day with her. Swimming Pool at New Hampton to Be Near Grandstan NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 27.-The municipal swimming pool tha is to be constructed early this yeai will be south and west of the pres ent grandstand location. The poo will be 140 feet long from east to west and 120 feet wide from north to south. The north fence of tin pool will be about 75 feet from the East Main street and will be o woven wire seven feet high. The pool will vary in depth' from one foot to eight feet. The bath house will be at the west end and th filtering plant at the east. The grounds .will be landscaped. Th' American Legion has donated 5500 for that purpose and the remainder will be furnished by the city. SHEPARD FARM LOANS MR. tiANTJOWNER: During the nineteen years thia office has loaned more than ten million dollars to farmers in Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota. We have a large number of loan companies that give us exceptionally good service. Drop us a line and let us know your requirements. Our loans are made on tha regular five-year plan and also on the amortization plan with liberal prepayment options and at lowest Interest rates. We also handle city loans on good Mason City property and have some mortgages for sale to investors. Koon13 C01 ' 513 Loner Distance Pb. NO. 281-585 M. A. Bldg. MASON CITY. IOWA NEW ZEALAND HIT BY EARTHQUAKE Estimates of the damage caused by the earthquakes that devastated the Hawke Bay region of North Island stood at $125,000,000 with a death list estimated at 700 to 1,000. Photo shows a view of Emerson street, looking from the Marine Parade. Photo shows a view of Hastings Street in Napier, made after the city was devastated by an earthquake. This'street was 'the busy shopping center. One hundred persons are believed to have lost their lives. THREE DIVORCES GIVEN IN WRIGHT Williams Is Fined $300 and Sent to Jail 3 Months on Liquor Charge. CLARION, Feb. 27.--Judge H. E. Fry granted divorces to three women of Wright county Wednesday. In the petition of Nellie Rhodes, Eagle Grove,'vs. Albert-Rhodes, the court granted Mrs. Rhodes a divorce on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment and drunkenness. He reserved ruling on question of alimony. Nellie Moore, Belraond, was given a divorce from Gilbert Moore on the plea of cruel and inhuman treatment. Tola Shannon, Eagle Grove, was also given her freedom from James Shannon on a desertion charged R. V. Williams, who was arrested at Fort Dodge Monday on an indictment at the September term of court, was given a hearing Wednesday afternoon and thru his attorney, G. R. Hill, entered a plea of guilty to a charge of bootlegging. Judge Fry ordered him to pay a fine of $300 and spend six months in the county jail. Members of 3 States on Upper Iowa Group FAYETTE, Feb. 27--Three states are represented in this year's membership of the Upper Iowa university student council. Mildred Steggall, Fayette, president; Clare Johnson, Houston, Minn., vice president, and William Summers, Fort Atkinson, secretary, together with Ella Lewis. Lime Springs, make up the senior representation on the council. Other class representatives are: Juniors, Howard Gerbig, Brownsdale, Minn.; Lewis Handy, St. Charles, Minn.; Elizabeth Herrlihg, Wadena; sophomores, Mabel Fedeler, Sumner; Elmer Nus, Arlington, and freshman, Peter Nedimovich, Blansford, Ind. Elections, Caucus at New Hampton Scheduled NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 27.--The city election will be held March 30 and a union caucus will be helc} March 9 and 15. The public school election will be held March 9 at the public school. One director is to be elected. Phillips Recommended as Luverne Postmaster LUVERNE, Feb. 27.--Congressman L. J. Dickinson informed Harold Phillips that he recommended hia appointment as postmaster here. It is expected the appointment will be confirmed before the close of the present session of congress. , Clarksville Takes '|^ 2 Firsts in Butler ? Declamatory Contest ALLISON, Feb. 27.--Allison participated in the county declamatory contest held at Clarksville Wednesday evening. Armin Graeber of Greene won first in the oratorical division and John McWhirter of Allison placed second. In the dramatic division Theatrice Hazard of Ciarksville placed first and Dorothy Mead of Greene took second. Wanda Molsberry of Clarksville took first in the humorous division and Dolores Ashworth of Briatovv placed second. Pipe Line Bill Before House. WASHINGTON, Feb. 22. (.#)--A bill authorizing the Missouri Valley Pipe Line company of Iowa to construct a pipe line bridge across the Missouri river near Sioux City is before the. house after passage last night by the senate. Waldorf Editor Goes to Press Conference FOREST CITY, Feb. 27.--Miss Enid Hanson, daughter of K. J. Hanson of Forest City, left to represent the Waldorf college paper at the Lutheran students press meeting held in St. Paul. Miss Hanson is the editor of the local college paper and has been selected by the press conference chairman to act as group leader in the discussion on Junior college papers. Funeral Rites for E. Vf. Wellemeyer, 71, Held at Garner GARNER, Feb. 27.--Funeral services were held in the Methodist church yesterday afternoon for Edvard M. Wellemeyer, 71, his pastor .he Rev. Marion Sunderlin officiat- ng. Mr. Wellemeyer was born at Wa- jello Nov. 16, 1860 and died at the lorae of his daughter, Mrs. W. Foster Bickel at Washington Monday. His boyhood days were spent in the farm home at Wapello. In 1876 he moved with his parents to Garaer where he attended public school, completing his education here. At the age of 20 he joined the Methodist church. For the past 34 years he has been a member o£ the offi cial board.. On June 27, 1887, he was married to Miss Amelia Haefner of Giard, taking her to a home which he had previously built west of Garner. To this union 2 children were born Viola and Elmer. He later servei the town of Garner as dairyman During the past few years he haa engaged in such aclivities as hia health would permit. He leaves his wife, his daughter Mrs. Bickel, his son, Elmer H. of St Rose, La.; two brothers. George L of Humeston and Charles L. o Wichita, Kans.; one sister, Mrs Mary Addicks of Warrengton, Mo Kiester Will Have Three New Station; KIESTER, Minn., Feb. 27.-Kiester will have three new filling stations, according to reports. A Cities Service station will be erect ed on the Charles Rady corner by the creamery and will be operated by Gus Katzung. Work was begun yesterday. Pankow brothers will erect a sta tion by the Ed Ecklund corner on the Pankow lot on west side o north road. Oscar Johnson is plan ning to build a station just nort' of the Community hall and wil handle Phillips 66 gas. Martin Peterson will, in addition to the station by the Kiester garage, handle Texaco gas. He will put in a tank on south side of the garage. ALLEGED KILLER TAKEN TO SPOT Frazer Holds Himself With Effort in Probe of Slaying. - ELIZABETH, N. J., Feb. 27. /P)-William Frazqr, Rahway, back from Raleigh, N. Car., to tell more of the icilling of Mrs. Phoebe Quick Stader, 32 year old hairdresser, was to be taken today to the spot where he said the woman was shot. Fi'azer was silent. It was evident that he was holding- himself together with effort. · Frazier insisted the death was accidental in a confession to Prosecutor Abei J. David of Union county, who went to Raleigh to bring him back after his arrest. He said a rifle he had in the back seat of his automobile discharged as he reached for it, killing her as she sat beside him. They were returning from a jaunt into New -York state and Frazier said both had been drinking. Mussolini Takes Over Treaty Negotiations ROME, Feb. 27. I/D--Premier Mussolini today took over active direction of negotiations with the two British ministers, Arthur Henderson and A. V. Alexander, seeking to procure Italy's full adhesion to the London naval treaty. Motor Vehicle Men of Iowa and Four Other States to Be at Meet DES MOINES, Feb. 27. .1F-- Representatives of the motor vehicle departments of Michigan, Iowa, Missouri, Indiana and Wisconsin have received invitations to take part in a conference called by Illinois authorities to discuss reciprocity in administration of automobile laws, Secretary of State G. C. Greenwalt said today. The conference is to be held in Springfield, 111., March 6.'Difficulties of visiting motorists over the variance between licensing laws in the middle western states wijl be one of the points under discussion. Assets of Bank Sold LOUISVILLE, Ky., Feb. 27. (IP) --Sale of the assets of the National Bank of Kentucky, which closed last Nov. 17, to the First National bank here, was announced today, by Federal Judge Charles I. Dawson. Speak at Centerville. CENTERVILLE, Feb. 27. (UP)-Two specialists were scheduled to address a meeting of the county medical association tonight. They, are: Dr. Joseph Brow of Des Moines and Dr. H. C. Hesseltine of Iowa City. Delegations from Davis, Wayne, Decatur and Monroe counties are expected to attend the meeting. Decorah Chamber Will Hear Talk by Ben Bear DECORAH, Feb. 27.--Ben Bear, Decorah clothier and owner of radio station KDKA, will make the weekly address at the Monday luncheon of the Decorah chamber of commerce. Attorney Harold Olson, who was scheduled to speak at the last luncheon, and whose place was taken by Fred Biermann, will speak on March 2. Former Chickasaw County Clerk Die NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 27.--Fu neral services were held at Gabriels Catholic church at Prairie du Chien for John Rink, former clerk of court of Chickasaw county and former Ionia businessman. Mr. Rink was born in Illinois 57 years ago and came to Iowa with his folks. He married Anna Shlnstine, who survives him. Three sons also survive, Raymond of Omaha, Russell of La Crosae, Wis., and Roger of Prairie du Chlen. 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