Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 4, 1945 · Page 7
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 4, 1945
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^tea^ ^v '·'"f^K^n:^x^f"£ftsr^"»^" «f ^-*3^'-*!^?h!?'!j?ggY l '!U'jfiftff^^ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE hanges Reported in \operties at Manly Manly--G.-O. Bailey, who has ieen a station agent for the Standard Oil company for the BOB HENDRICKSON --Boatswain l/« EDWIN HENDRICKSON --Seaman 1/c BROTHERS MET IN HAWAII-When his merchant ship made a fleet landing at Hawaii on Dec. 19, Edwin Hendrick- Eon, seaman 1/c, got his mail which had not reached him ; for some time and among the letters found one from his brother, Bob, boatswain 1/c, stating that he had been transferred, to the Hawaiians 2 months ago. , , Edwiii immediately got in touch with the Red Cross, ,s»- *ave them Bob's address and a message for him with the j; result that Bob was. able to spend the whole day on board Edwin's ship. It was the first time the brothers had seen each.othei? in 14 months. Bob and Edwin 'are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hendricksbn, route 3. PARK AND MERCY HOSPITALS ARE GIVEN APPROVAL American College of Surgeons Announce Results of Survey Both Park and St. Joseph's Mercy hospitals in Mason City are on the list of approved hospitals la the United States and Canada, released in the just-published bulletin o£ the American College o£ Surgeons. The local hospitals are among 3,152 institutions approved after 1914 surveys conducted by the organization. Among requirements for approval are: A modern physical plant assuring the patient safety, comfort and efficient care; clearly defined organization, duties, responsibilities and relations; a carefully selected governing board with -Complete and supreme authority; a competent, well-trained superintendent responsible to the governing board; adequate and efficient personnel, properly organized and competently supervised; an organized medical staff of ethical, competent physicians and surge-? ons;- adequate-diagnostic and therapeutic ^facilities under competent - . m e d i c a l supervision; accurate, complete medical records, reacUly accessible for research and follow- up; regular group conferences of the administrative staff and of the medical staff for reviewing activities and results so as to maintain NOW SHE SHOPS 'CASHANDCMRr Without Painful Backacha Hu? Buffetera relieve nunf-nm baeVsrfj* (JiucUjr. COM they dixm-ertlSt tSTra! °*m! ·£·?""* t""?! 0 may be tired kidney* TboJadoerB are Notea'o chief way of t»t H* V^f 1 ' 8 ? f LC ^' """* w»to out of tha blood. They help moat pepjlo PM» about 3 pinta a day. ·. WVn disorder of kidney function permits txjiaonous matter to remain in your blood, it raay cause nagging backache, rheumatic nalnjr fcg pans, loss of pep and energy, EettiiTtS BilhlMweUin*. puffinew nndto ths /yS," leidKhM and dizziness. Frequent or BCMtr passages with smarting and burning aoue- timea Bhoprs there n something wrong with lour kidmmi or UiuMi-r. ^* t uiuuuus lor over relief and will hc[p ~\ flush out poison- C ' a high plane of scientific efficiency; a humahitarian spirit--the primary consideration being the besl care of the patient. Commenting oh the 1944 survey Dr. Malcolm T. MacEachem, associate director and head of the hospital standardization department of the American College 01 Surgeons, said: "AH hospitals are discovering that the public has been quite generally impressed with the safety factor gained in choosing an approved hospital for diagnosis and treatment of disease and injury In order to have the sense of security that an approved hospita affords, the people of most communities are willing to contribute tune and effort through volunteer service and other support, to raise the standards of care. "During the strenuous war pe riod our representatives ha\v rarely found closed wards, closet wings or closed hospitals, but havi discovered instead that the- med ical and nursing staffs and othe personnel employed in hospital^ Tiave cheerfully accepted the challenge of the times and, like our men and women in uniform, hav given themselves unsparingly to devoted service. They have further discovered that the communi ties are 'standing by 1 in the sam patriotic spirit." T h e hospital standardization program was begun by the Amer ican College of Surgeons in 1917 Standards were formulated, per sonal surveys conducted, and au annual' list' of'approved hospitals published. ' : "The year-after-year emphasi on the importance of approval with education in the fund amenta requirements upon which it based, has Jed to quite gener_ appreciation of what constitute good hospital care," , Dr. Mac Eachern commented. "It has als developed a sense of public re sponsifaility for the kind of hospi tal service furnished, growing ou of the realization that to have higl standards, there must be demam for them and provision of adequat support to maintain them." THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1945 past 10 years, has rented the 240- acre Phillip Strand farm 3 miles east of Northwood, and will take possession March 1, Mr. Bailey is married and has 3 children. They have been living in the Mrs. Hazel Christiansen house in the south part of Manly. which has been rented to H. E. Simpson. Mr. Simpson who has been-living in the Beck property is vacating because of the sale of the property to Leonard Simmer, who recently moved to Manly as executive vice president of the Manly State bank. Classes at Iowa Open for Second Semester Iowa City--Classes at the University of Ip\ya convened Wednesday morning as the 2nd semester opened in the colleges of lib- Report German Air Force Is Stronger Now Than on D-Day Paris, (ff)--The German air force now is numerically stronger than on D-day as the result of its policy on conservation and continued production, and shows signs of superior leadership, a senior allied air force officer said Thursday. UNITED FRUIT CO. Phone 748-749 33 Cost- Stare Delivery Service FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUIT ldaho Russets - u. s Grade ..... 15-lb. GRAPEFRUIT Texas less, Large. . 5,..25c POTATOES SUNK1ST LEMONS Sunkist ORANGES, Large Size, Dozen. . PRUNES, Large, 2 Ibs SAUERKRAUT, Quart 25c SALAD SALAD %P~ DRESSING, Quart.. J5C CRYSTAL SYRUP, 5 Ibi..... Monarch CATSUP, M-o*. Jar 25c KITCHEN KLEANSER 5c Monarch Jumbo SHRIMP, 7-oi. Can MIXED NUTS, No. 1 Grade, Ib.. . PECAN MEATS, T /2 Pound . . . 65c MONARCH COFFEE. Ib. 29c SYRUP, Maple and *»_ Cone, Pr. J a r . . . ' . . Ljfc Monarch FLOOR IF^ WAX, Pint Con... J5C Jack Sprat PEAS, Sire 2 Con 15c VANILLA Extract, Imitation, 8 o x . . . . eral arts, commerce, engineering, !aiv, pharmacy, graduate and education. The' semester will run until April 22, with commencement scheduled for April 23. Stem rot occurs nearly everywhere sweet potatoes are grov Here's a way to save hired help, according to Successful Farming magazine: When threshing, elevate your oats to the second story of your granary through an old silo filler with the knives removed. The same pipes may be used as in filling the silo. It can be powered (:--- Additional Clearance Values Throughout the Store. Shop for All Your Needs at Savings! REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE! COATS From our regular stocks which insures fine, all- wool fabrics and good tailoring.'Chesterfields, box coats, classics in black, brown and good winter colors. SIZES FOR MISSES, JUNIORS AND WOMEN BUT NOT IN EVERY STYLE. A FEW HALF SIZES. GROUP BETTER COATS Furred tuxedos, sport and dress coats. Better casual coats. OFF WINTER SUITS Shetlands, tweeds, wool ,crepes. Black, brown and colors. Soft and casual types. REG. TO 39.95 S EXCEPTIONAL VALUES! FURS REG. TO $149 Face cold days with a new fur coat . . . purchased at Eaton's clearance prices. You'll be proud of its beauty . . . assured of its quality. MINK DYED CONEY NORTHLAND SEAL MENDOZA BEAVER SABLE-DYED CONEY 12 MONTHS TO PAY You can use Eaton's Easy Payment Plan to purchase and pay for your new fur coat. Ask about it. GROUP SPORTSWEAR Formerly priced from 2.50 to 6.95. Sweaters, skirts, blouses Backets, jumpers. Some slightly soiled or shop-worn. Broken Reg. to 12.95 GIRLS' DRESSES .. .Wools crepes, rayons. Sizes 10 to 14 $5 Coats and Coat Sets--Sizes 1 to 3 3 to 9 V4 fO 1/2 Off 1 table of odds and ends--blouses, k'nit suits, corduroy bonnets, purses, dolls-Vz Price 1 rack of 1-piece snow suits and coat sets 4.88 1 group of sanitary panties, crib sheets-- lOc, 19c, 49c Fur trimmed mittens and hoods, Vz Price 10.00 CHATHAM BLANKETS Fine 100% wool Chatham Woolwich blanket. A variety of pastel colors. Soft, rich and warm. 95 REG. 4.25 BED PILLOWS 50 Goose and duck feather filled. Good quality. 6.95 RAYON SPREADS PRICED AT REDUCTIONS DRESSES \ Values to 12.95. Velveteens, wools, crepes. Broken sizes. Values to 17.95. Crepes, wools, gabardine classics, velveteens. Values to $25. Wool [ersey, crepe, gabardine, wool. Black, colors. L

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