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January 7, 1943

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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DUMONT CLUBS PICK OFFICERS Odd Fellows, Rebekahs Hold First Meetings DUMONT--The degree staff of uie Ode! Fellow ami Rebekah lodges of Clarksvjlle installed the otficers o£ the Odd fellow and Ifebckah lotises hero, Monday evening. About one hundred attended. Officers of the Inspiration Rc- bekah lodge No. 324, installed were: Noble grand, Mrs. Beryl Brehmer; vice grand, Hilda Fern; secretary, Mrs. Francis Clemens; treasurer, Mrs. Earl Reed; right support noble grand, Mrs. Leslie Ptaltzgratf; left support noble grand, Mrs. Fred Scliuler; warden, Mrs. Harry Clemens; conductor, Mrs. Gordon Pfaltzgroif; inside guard, Maxine Cuvelier; outside guard, Mrs. Laura Hheingans; right support vice grand. Mrs. George Card; left support vice grand. Mrs. Lena Clemens; chaplain, Mrs. John Schulcr and pianist, Mrs. Carl Rosenslock. Odd Fellow officers installed were Ralph Peer, noble grand; Eugene Sidmore, vice grand; recording secretary, Howard Davis- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE financial secretary, S. G. Barlow; treasurer, Clair Wilson; warden, K. E, Hanawalt; conductor, Dick Peal; inside guard, Harold Sidmore; outside guard, Robert Elliott; right support noble grand, Clair Wilson; left support noble grand, Ike Boots; chaplain, Millard Wickham; right scene supporter, Fred Wilke, and left scene supporter, Henry Cimmers. An orchestra composed of Merle Barlow at the piano; Robert Britcher, saxophone; Gerald Kramer, cornet; Roger P/allzgraff, drum and Lcland Cuvelier, guitar, played during the evening. Aden, Arabia is built crater o£ a volcano. in the CARLOAD POTATOES IDAHO RUSSETS NO. DAK. RED TRIUMPHS 100 . Sack L b $2.65 100-lb. . Sack Grapefruit 6 for 19c $2.50 Cabbage Ib. 5c Large Suiikist Oranges . Doz. 490 Fresh Spinach . , Ib. lOc CARLOAD APPLES Parsnips . . Ib. 8c Canadian Rutabagas . . Ib. 4c Large Head Lettuce . . 15c Fresh California Carrots . Bunch lOc NO. 1 WINESAPS, Bushel 5267 NO. 1 JONATHANS, Bushel. MOTHER'S MACARONI FLOUR, O:.IAH OWATANNA ASPAUAGUS .. BUOWN SUGAR Val Vila PEACHES, 2'/. Can in Syrup . . . pkg. DC 5,bs25c . . Can 15C iu7c 23c Fancy Rum Taffy COOKIES . . FLOUK, OCCIDENT , PEARS IN SYRUP PUKE EGG NOODLES". CUT GKEEX BEANS , b !9c 24i/. lbs.«J1.15 zy. Size 23 C 16 oz. 15C 2 for 25c SODA 0 , GRAHAM CRACKERS 28 ±2Jc Mr MEAT FOR B VttAM/NS Fresh Dressed CHICKENS . . Ib. Jlc VEAL Shoulder .27c Pork LIVER Ib. 21c LAMB Shoutde ' . Ib. J2c Corn Country Butter EDERAL Pure Lard THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1J43 Dr. Crile, Renowned Surgeon Scientist, Dies in Cleveland Believed Himself to Be First to Make Direct Blood Transfusion CLEVELAND, /P)--Dr. George Crile. 78, renowned surgeon-scientist, died Thursday at the Cleveland clinic where he had been under observation lor Ihe past lliree weeks. Deotli occurred at 9 a. m. and was caused by a heart ailment. He entered the hospital for treatment Dec. 16, but physicians several days ago abandoned hope for his recovery. Recognized internationally for ~ his surgical skill. Dr. Crile was known to scientists primarily for his more than 50 years of research work on Ihe nature of life and Hie loss of energy that attended death. This research, pursued in distant parls of (he world and devoted principally to energy-controlling organs. led to new surgical methods and medical theories. Concerned with preserving the natural function of organs, Dr. C r i l e successfully "blocked" nerves by anesthesia to prevent surgical shock. He believed himself to be the first person to make a direct blood transfusion, performed in 1905. Because of his success with ~~ goiter surgery, he otten was ye- Lonnelongue prize in 19'4 The ferred to as a specialist in this gold medal oC the American Modi branch. It was estimated that he cal ' ' Lashbrook Will Head Osage School Board OSAGE--At Osage McCoy ber t DR. GEORGE CHILE removed 25,000 goiters in his liTe and trained scores of young doctors in his method. While returning from one of his last research trips--a journey 1o Florida where he obtained a sea cow for further study of energy organs--he and Mrs. Crile' were injured April 3, 1941. in the crash of an airplane in a swamp near Vcro Beach, Fla. Then Tfi. Dr. Crile developed double pneumonia alter sitting waist-deep in water several hours and directing first aid for other passengers until rescuers arrived. He remained in a Vcro Beach hospital about a month to recover from pneumonia and leg muscle injuries, then returned to Cleveland by plane and resumed his work at thu clinic, of which he was co-founder. As a young doctor he watched the life fade from a man whose - -- --· -'»..w._ .,_ legs had been crushed in an ac- w a s - awal 'dcd the distinguished cident. He wondered what caused ? C uV'? c cross and at Ro "cn, a bronze a body .to lie still in death, where was crec ted cnmnin m n r a t just a short time before there had been activity, and came to believe that changes in the blood were the immediate cause. This belief led him into the study of the chemistry of the blood, resulting in the discovery that each o[ the tiny cells which make up the body is an electric battery, giving off energy and receiving its energy from the nourishment that reaches it. Dr. Crile discovered that the nucleus of the cell contains acid, while the surrounding cytoplasm is alkaline, and advanced the theory that so long as the acid- alkaline balance is maintained within the cell, just that long w ill life continue. For his discoveries and contributions to science, Dr. Crile was awarded many honors, including the Alvarenga prize from the College of Physicians of Philadelphia in ]9D1; the Cartwright prize from Columbia university in 1897; the Senn prize of the American Medical association in 1898, and the NG NEW WARTIME BREAKFAST DISCOVERY! Whole Wheat Cereal * Just stir into boiling water or milk and serve! * Warming * | xtra n n in * Energy-giving vitamin BI * Delicious flavor * Money-back guarantee If you p r e f e r to cook your own, ask for RALSTON WHOLE WHEAT CEREAL. 40-year-old f a v o r i t e . Cooks in 5 minutes. VaJston*, ftofr BTiw '/ association was awarded to lim in 1914 for his work in the de- ·elopment of anesthetics and for his discoveries of the laws underlying shock and deferred shock in surgical operations. In 1905 Dr. Crile demonstrated the practicability of raising blood pressure through the injections of adrenalin. He established a notable reputation in the medical world through his Uarinar operations on the goiter, achieving success in some of the most malignant cases. * ·!· ¥ During the Spanish-American war. Dr. Criic served as a Jirst lieutenant in the army medical corps in Porto Hico. When the United States entered the Work war, Newton D. Baker, then secretary of war, commissioned the Cleveland surgeon t o organize one of the first hospital units to go ivcrseas, the Lakeside hospital unit. For his work in France he was awarded the distinguished servic- ' · -tablet wa - ing the deeds of the Lakeside unit During the war Dr. Crile attained the rank of colonel. Born at Chili, Ohio. Nov 11 1864, Dr. Crile was the son of Michael and Margaret Deeds Crile He was graduated from Ohio Northern university in 1884 ant three years later from Wooslei Medical college at Cleveland. He then spent two years in spccia study at Vienna, London and Paris. On Feb. 1. 1300, Dr. Crile was married to Miss Grace McBridc o'l Cleveland. They had two sons and two daughters. or Allyn Hagen Named to Extension Director of Mitchell County OSAGE--Allyn K Hagen. u Emmetsburg. will succeed Harlim Koch as extension director foi Mitchell county, according to announcement made Thursday. Jan. i, by R. K. Bliss, director of the agricultural extension service of Iowa State college, and Louis Howe, president of the Mitchell county Farm Bureau. Harlan Koch, former c o u n t y agent, has enlisted in the marine corps nnd has been called into service. Mr. Ilagon has been vocational instructor at Adams, Minn., at Sigourncy and at Emmetsburg. He will start his work here January IB. Named "Home Front Heroine" iUrs. Mary Hanslcy. above, of Columbus. Ohio, was picked a typical "heroine of the home front" by a committee -which included Film Actress Grecr Garson and Mrs. John Brickcr, wife of Ohio's governor. A war plant worker, Mrs. Hanslcy has a husband and x son in the army, cares for another son. as:n 13. and an invalid mother as well as doins her housework-. ·~*^--^i a meeting of the school board Jan. 5, \V. E. · was named as board mcm- succeed the late If. K. LaRuc, who had been n board member since 1938. and had served as president of the board for the past several years. G. O. Laslibrook was appointed president. .The school board lias leased space at the new Osage Municipal Light plant grounds for a period of 17 years, with option ti buy, which will be used as an athletic field, when condition* warrant the expenditure neces-. sary to establishing the field. A plaque in London, erected by British Marines, honors American leathernecks. SHOP . TOGETHER AHVMOMEY ENRICHED .ft ,, tof^-JZ GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 49 kV2 05 KNRICHED J f V I U «,- OMAR WOHDEB FLOUR 49 Ln I «,- Oft 89 MICHIGAN . LB . C. H. P. NAVY BEANS 4 gr 29c GENUINE BLUE ROSE RICE 3i25c FRESH BUTTER CORN Cft COUNTRY... 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