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THUHSDAY, MARCH 30, 1939 APPEAL MADE IN EARLY DIAGNOSIS CAMPAIGN HERE Work in Tuberculosis To Start Next Month Throughout County An appeal to leaders in civic ana commercial activities foi- co- gPfation is being made by Dr. Ralph E. Smiley, chairman of the general committee of the early Â° la s? os js campaign of the Cerro Gordo County Tuberculosis association. Dr. Smiley is now selecting his committee members and making concrete plans ror the county's program oÂ£ tuberculosis diagnosis to start next month. Is Serious Menace Tuberculosis continues to be a serious menace to public health ui spite of the substantial gains made in its conquest," said Dr Smiley. "Eight out of every ten persons admitted to sanatoria today are in advanced stages oÂ£ the disease. "Early tuberculosis is easy to cure, but can be found in most instances only through an X-ray examination. Our tuberculosis organization is urging us to unearth within our community those cases of tuberculosis which otherwise might not come to light until cure is more difficult. This our leaders can do by suggesting a physical examination to those whom we may suspect of harboring this disease, and who thereby become a source of contagion not only to their families but to the community as a whole." The spring program will be explained at a meeting of directors of the association and others interested in the work of the organization at the Eadmar hotel Monday noon at 12 o'clock. To Hear Broadcast The meeting is being called at 12 o clock jn order to be ready to listen in on a statewide broadcast from 12:25 to 12:40. This broadcast, sponsored by the Iowa Tuberculosis association, will be the presentation of "Public Enemy MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE No. 1," a dramatization, from station WOI. The meeing will be opened by Paul McAuley, president of the county association. Dr. Smiley will speak on "Reasons for Early Diagnosis." Dr. E. L. Wuiizer, Clear Lake, program chairman of the association, will speak on "Our Plan for Early Diagnosis." Miss Marguerite Pfcffer, Des Moines, field director of the state association, will present "Headquarters Slants," following which there will be a round table discussion and introduction of campaign workers. Following the program there will be a short meeting, at which directors will be asked to approve the recommendation of the executive board, changing the date of the annual meeting of the association from fall to spring. Boy Catches Purse Thief CLEVELAND, Ohio, (UP)--Seventeen-year-old Robert Rothenberger, son of a police sergeant, follovang in his father's footsteps, outran and -captured a purse- snatcher, received a $50 reward offered by a newspaper. Featuring for Tomorrow! EASTER COAT Feature ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ m ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Superb New Silhouettes, Fabrics/Colors, Details! Distinctive dressy coats with platform shoulders . . flared skirts . . fitted types with front fullness .. smart reefers . . straightline boxy models-adorable in navy and black. Flattering- sporty tweeds and gorgeous Refleetone fleeces . . trapunta c o a t s -- exquisite .Grapetone . .superb Teal . . adorable Mist Blue! EASTER SUIT Feature Distinctive 3-Piece Styles Jacket Dress Costumes Man-Tailore'd Creations $ $ 24 12 16 95 95 95 The smart topcoat matches or contrasts the clever dressmaker suit! Jacket and skirt are skilfully made f r o m choicest shetlands-- coat is beautifully styled in Spring tweeds or shag-top fabrics! The season's craze for wool jackets is expressed in stunning dress costumes! Snug or loose-fitting jackets in gorgeous new colors . . bold plaids . . colorful stripes- over dresses of striking individuality! I D E A L . TO WEAR SEPARATELY! Be mannish this Easter! The snug waistlines and accented ' shoulders of these charming suits--are portrayed by ex- P e r t tailoring! Marvelous gabardines in Spring shades --Caroline stripes in grey, navy or black! EASTER DRESS Feature Clever Bolero Styles! Bright Cape Models! Navy Jacket Types! New Redingote Prints! Supei-rj dresses that are feminine in every tiny detail! Adorable cape, bolero, jacket and recl- ingote models--fascinating: in Mauve, Rose, Aqua, Capri Blue, Navy, Gay Prints! You'll discover the ideal Easter frock in this tremendous assortment! SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. ime Globe-Gazette Peerless 15 Cent Pattern 119 West Nineteenth Street, New York City By Diana Day in the field and because of (he special equipment which they possess. The work involved is greatly similar to that which preceded the development ol such materials as maizewood which is made from cornstalks. Other experiments have been conducted on milkweed stalks, artichoke stems and oat, wheat and flax straw. King Given Bottle of Beer Brewed by Brother, Windsor LONDON, (JP)_King George VI was given a bottle oÂ£ beer Thursday that had been brewed by his brother, the Duke of Windsor, and he indicated embarrassment about The king was presented with the bottle when he visited a brewery. His brother had brewed it when he visited the place in 1932. "I can't very well carry the bottle around," the king said and handed it to an aide. ,,-,, P y rf -r? ?, 1 ,!f- desl ? ni ; d for Slzes 2 ' 4 ' 6 and s y eal ' s - Embroidery pattern No E-1117o costs 15 cents extra. Style No. 2102 is designed for sizes 2, 4, S and 8 years. Send 15 cents for each pattern. Spring Fashion magazine 10 cents extra. Do not send to Mason City but ' Dcpartment ' 119 West Nineteenth MRS, A, THORPE SUCCUMBS HERE Funeral Rites to Be Held at 2:30 O'clock Saturday Afternoon Mrs. Anna Thorpe, 69, died at a local hospital at II o'clock Wednesday night, following an illness of nine weeks. She had been a resident of Mason City for the past 30 years, having resided at 1302 Washington avenue northwest. Mrs. Thorpe was born Jan. 25, 1870,-in Schleswig-Hoistein. Surviving are five daughters. Airs Leo Crawford, Mason City; Mrs A. T. Stivers, Clear Lake; Mrs Bertha Bentley, Mason Citv; Mrs Charles Green, Baltimore, Md. and Mrs. James Sloan, Fort Dodge and one grandson, Robert Thorpe at home, and 16 other grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon in the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home, with the Bev. J. Lee Lewis, pastor of the First Baptist church, in charge. Burial will he at Memorial Park cemetery. The body will lie in state at the McAuley and Son funeral home until the time of services. CHEMISTS GET 2 TON SHIPMENT I. S. C. Engineers Get Raw Material From Dutch East Indies AMES--A two ton shipment from half way around the world is the most recent research raw material for chemical engineers at Iowa State college. It is composed of rice straw and hulls, cassava and sisal from the Anglo-Dutch plantations in Java in the Dutch East Indies. It is the hope that workers at Iowa State will be able to manufacture a pressboard suitable for use in making tea chests and rubber containers, since there is no lumber in that region which will fill those needs satisfactorily. Iowa State laboratories were se lected to conduct these experiments because oE previous work J U t e Tour reservation! XOW ipr Ihe Sljle Show- L u n c h e o n al the Wedjceu-aod Room of the Mjnford H o l Â« l . Tuesday, A p r i l 4 at T o'clock. Spon- ored by Merkc.'s and the n B Shoe. the new lastex idea in SHOES Ihe happiest idea ol many a rfay in jleele itylt Â«rtd frÂ«e-slridmg use is \estex Leathers. It snugs your foot ss if ii were moulded on --yields with your skep~yer keeps its shape. Our Nehiraliieis bring you this popular vogue in the most interesting new styles- Ihe right heel heights - the most sophisticated detail. You'll vott your Nsloraliier fastex modets- yw favorite shoes of the season. 675 105 NORTH FEDERAL 11 Visits at Rock Falls BOCK FALLS--Tony Bartusek, who is employed in Des Moines, spent Sunday with his family here. LEASES SERVICE STATION MANLY--G. J. Gemaehlich of Chapin has leased the service station at Manly. '5,000.00 GIVEN AWAY Fin Simple Worcb My Win You a Now Buick, or OM of 20 oth.r Prlwii MtrtJ? complete the seotmce in Ihccoupoa fcettSe!.. 1 " S To "" 1 CÂ°Scc I ? 1 P" r ." me Â° c V'"'o'Â«i:tk'er wfi' i* silei j!" showing purciMt of N.ih's Toisied Coffee.. to !bc Nj,h Coffee Company be. fore midnight. April 30li. 1939 '' c ' w l U b Â« - J** 1 PRIZE-- $100.00 In caih 6th to 20th P rli. j -$1 0 !,, ,,,!; 24 PRIZES IN ALL! "lff"i '"" *"Â»%*, ,,, aoma, WasinsKn and Idaho. n rtm Hu-e aBtlltr Chance to Win" Ally oar grocer Jor additional entry blanks N A S H ' S COFFEE 73 PER CENT OF AGE TAX PAID Cerro Gordo County Mark Almost Identical With State Average Less than three-fourths of tiie old age assistance tax assessed against Cerro Gordo county residents in 1934, 1935 and 1936 has been collected by the county :reasurer, his records revealed Thursday. Approximately 22,120 persons were liable for the tax, according to the old age assistance division and the tax Jor the three years was estimated at $110,600. Total receipts to Jati. "1 were $73,659.' The 73 per cent paid was almost identical with the state average. The head tax lias not been as- se,ssed since 1936, cost of the old age pension having been borne since then by other state income. Big Cod Caught by Hand EDGARTOWN, Mass., (U.R)-- When you see a fish just reach in and grab it bare handed. In this manner William Dietz snatched a codfish weighing 53 pounds and measuring 4 feet 5 inches from the shallow water off Katama Bay. CIOROKIEAN \...ifs di V- FOR DISINFECTED HOME CLEANLINESS Jon't trust your eye TRUST CLOROX! iSuIUIONS of dangerous germs, invisible to the eye, may live in laundry, kitchen, bathroom. Clorox 'Â· in routine cleansing disinfects... it protects! Clorox ii outstanding among those disinfectants scientists pro-' claim safest, best suited and most economical for household use. Clorox has many important personal ond other uses. Simply follow directions on the label. AMERICA'S FAVORITE BLEACH AND HOUSEHOLD DISINFECTANT BLEACHES- BEODORIZfS Â· OtSlNFKTS L REMOVES NUMEROUS STAINS ... P U R E Â· S A F E Â· D E P E N D A B L E Even Scorch and Mildew ANN KINGSLEY Recommends All Three Sizes of Clorox Half Gallons for the Laundry, Quarts for the Kitchen and Pints for the Bathroom Ann Kingsley-- is quite enthusiastic about Mason City's Cheese Store. She will tell you how to use Cheese in your cooking and advise the best variety for each purpose. Capacity crowds are attending the cooking school daily. Be sure to go--at least once. Beautiful Cheese trays are shown daily and Kenyon's grand prize is on display in the store window. " A huge Guatemala Basket is being used to deposit Cooking School prize tickets at Kenyon's. MASON CITY .IOWA I N T E R N A T I O N A L S I L V E R W A R E Use Our Payment P!an--Pay as Little as SI.00 Each Week So, come in. It will be wdl worth while. Durinp ihis w c e k 3-011 may purchase a crvicc in 1847 Rogers Bros. Holmes A: Edwards Inlaid nn easy terms. Simply choose your pattern - - . .-.elect the service yon need . . , pay only $|.t0 . . . a we will deliver it once. Yon may enjoy the use ol your silver while pay ing for It. - WATCHES D I A M O N D S 3 WEST STATE And. remember 1841 RORCF-* Bro?. Holme*. \ Edwards Inlaid is not ordinary pilver- . . it is R r.\ o r c ihsn plate" Mnce (lie ir.np; nscrf inrccs arr inlaid t Ihe b.ick of howl i*nri handle wUh blocks of flcrlins silver.