Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 27, 1948 · Page 10
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'i^^^K:mm^imsEism^^^^ 20 See Cure for Undulant Fever ^w Drug Surpasses Doctors' Expectations anl- refitted' minor " ma * be Category of a of a 3 Investigators —-o milk"" ^" lcumes f °und in evident aureomycin alone, in rela- , altered the clinical course of the disease in a most dramatic way." Dramatic Recovery The doctors said that "most dramatic recovery was observed in the case of a 23-year-old housewife whose condition had grown steadily v/orse for 6 months. Her temperature was as high as 105 After 5 days of treatment with aureomycin her temperature became normal and her condition steadily improved. Another patient was cured after being chronically in for more than a year the doctors reported. Rep. Thomas Rests After Operation Allendale, N. J., <U.R)—Rep. J Parnell Thomas, R., N. J., chair- m ?. n ° f tne house un-American activities committee, was reported u eSt11 ^v, satisfactorily at his home here Thursday following a gas- tro-mtestinal hemorrhage. The 53 year old congressman was stricken Wednesday, almos V e£ T af ^ er he sieved a similai attack aboard the S. S. Ancon while enroute to Panama. Thomas is under indictment by a federa grand jury investigating charges of salary kickbacks by members of his staff. The nation's first chocolate manufacturing plant was set up in 1765 by James Hannon, a young Jnsn immigrant, and Dr. James Baker, a Dorchester, Mass., physician who befriended him and underwrote the project GREETINGS We use this jolly snow man to wish you a 'Merry Christmas. ANN GILBERT'S BEAUTY SHOP ACRQSS FROM CITY HALL May your every wish be fulfilled this glorious Yuletide — and in the year to come. BEST MASON CITY TILE AND MARBLE CO. 914 North Federal MAX BO YD TYPEWRITERS 20 First Street S. E, We bring to you the warmest of wishes for Christmas Our Greenhouses and Flower Shops Will Be Closed All Day Christmas Johnston's owers Kemble's Flowers IN DENVER-Like a giant Christmas card, Denver's^city'"and f B i*° rt *v. a l U v tlde * veeti "£ again this year, continuing the commun- of marking the holiday season with gay outdoor decorations. HERE a*/ THERE Osage Mrs. Hans Peterson underwent major surgery Monday at the Mercy hospital, Mason City. Garner — Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stott left Tuesday for Los Angeles, Cal., to spend several weeks visiting at the home of their son, Lloyd. Stott is enjoying a vacation from his duties as a maintenance man for the state highway commission in Hancock county. Scarville — Mrs. Tona Talle of Seattle, Wash., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Torgerson, through the Christmas holidays. Chester—Dick Croy and Jay Baldwin are home from Upper Iowa university to spend holiday vacation. Garner—Former Deputy County Treasurer Bernita Conway has accepted a position as clerk in the louse of representatives in Des Moines. Chester — Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bchonsby and Diane of Austin and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haman were •ecent guests of Mrs. Laura Mil- :>roth. Nashua — Mr. and Mrs. Harry 'elt went to New Hampton Monday morning returning with Miss Fannie Eastman who had been a patient at St. Joseph's hospital the past few days with a heart condition. Goodell — Mrs. George Garberich and Mr. and Mrs. Duane arberich left Tuesday for their lome in Wilmar, Minn. They spent weeks here due to the illness d death of the former's mother, Mrs. James Christie. Nashua — Lt. and Mrs. Lester rlolmes are the parents of a son aorn at the Cedar Valley hospital n Charles City Sunday. Lt. lolmes is serving in the air corps and is stationed in Germany. Clarion — Mr. and Mrs. R. E. 3armon and son Jerry and Mrs. Lyle Mann and 3 granddaughters of Iowa Falls visited at the W. B. McMillen home. Bode — Miss Audrey Hanson arrived from Decorah, where she is attending Luther college, to spend the holiday vacation. Spillville — Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Slebiska and daughter Doris eft for their home in Mason City after a 4-day visit with Mrs. Sle- biska's father J. J. Soukup. Plymouth — Adrian Stevens who is attending school at Denver, Colo., and his brother, Leroy, who is attending air school in Texas, are spending the holidays with home folks, Mr. and Mrs. Moyd Stevens. Latlmer — Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Jaynes and son of Williams visited recently with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Johnson. Corwith — Mr. and Mrs. John higgle of North Carolina arrived o spend the holidays with his 'ather, Jake Higgle. • LeRoy, Minn. — Miss Joyce Oh- den, student at the University of 3ubuque, is with home folks for the vacation. Bristow — Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart entertained 41 relatives at their annual potluck Christmas dinner and gift exchange. Guests were members of the Knoll clan rom Sheffield, Aredale, Mason lity, Dumont, Ackley, Kesley, Shell Rock, Greene and Bristow. LeRoy, Minn. — Yvonne Morrow of Minneapolis is with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Morrow, during school vacation. Luverne — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blumer have returned from a 2 veek's visit at Salt Lake City, Jtah, with their brother and sis- er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Blumer. Alexander — Donald Smith of 3owan accompanied L. R. Bradey to Ames to meet Mr. and Mrs. ^ester Bill Peters of Wilder, daho, who came to visit for the next month with friends and rel- PEACE an/ EARTH May the most precious gift be bestowed upon all this Christmas— "Peace on Earth." GREGERSON Insurance Agency Phone 3983 atives here and at Mason City and Swaledale. Dumont — Mr. and Mrs. Harley Bohlen and 3 children of Minneapolis, Minn., are spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rube Wearda. LeRoy, Minn. — Mr. and Mrs. J. Lamon were in Austin recently at the home of their son Harold who entertained at dinner in honor of the former's birthday. Luveriie — Mr. and Mrs. CJait Nelson, Los Angeles, Cal., are guests at the J. A. and Jon Nelson's homes. Luverne — Mr. and Mrs. F. G Hagist are spending the holidays at the home of their son anc daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Orbin Hagist, River Forest, 111. a daughter Mrs, Cathryn Croker and family in Chicago and with Mr. Hagist's aged sister also o: Chicago. They expect to be away 2 weeks. We Extend Best Wishes and Happiness Throughout The Holiday Season ARGOS BROS. First Door East of Park Inn To one and all we extend our wishes for a better- than-ever Christmas. CHI2GH The Maple Inn JOE E. W. SEGER PHONE 1839 NOEL May your hopes be fulfilled as was the promise of that single bright star which heralded the first Christmas. TIM — TOM PHALEN CLEANERS 111 South Madison Avenue Phone 50 Santa Visit Assured for 13 Children Fort Collins, Colo., (/P)—Santa has a loaded pack for his visit to the 13 Iowa Dorseys in their 2 room tar papered shack. There's no chimney for him to slide down but that doesn't matter to the 11 children. They'll be sleeping Friday night when he slips in the door. The kids are sleeping snugly now. Two heart rending trips by their determined 26 year old mother has assembled them under their own dilapidated roof. Mrs Dorsey hitchhiked here from Panora, Iowa, last Thanksgiving with her 5 children to be near relatives. Later she went back to Panora in a friend's car and returned with her 45 year old disabled husband, Arthur, and his 6 children by a previous marriage. « The Salvation Army and the county welfare department are outfitting Santa Glaus for his visit MERRY CHRISTMAS DEGEN & SON FOR FINE FLOORS HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS The Oglesbys at the FOOD SHOP ° n the city ' s u f°F 6aCh Of th e Chil- n an <? bulging sacks of candy, nuts and fruit will be packed in fu* ,S bag i ^ e ' s also 8 oi »g * Phrie. g aj . basket of groceries for ^nnstmas dinner. »i,?h!f?*- gift u comes Iater - Welfare authorities have arranged for a surgeon to operate on a hernia he says prevents him from holding a Children Championed L I n c o 1'n, Nebr., (U.fi)—Lincoln offerin e free clas - ents to landlords Hr fa milies with children. «Th ls ,'' the papers said, "is an urgent appeal to property owners of this entire area please to help some of these youngsters to have a place to sleep, eat and enjoy the comforts they arc rightly entitled to." J. J. REUTER Jeweler 91 East State Street A Happy, Hcppy Yuletide to all. May your every prayer today be answered and enjoyed. WORLD The tason's It5rtttinjgs /o- Mason City Monumental Works, Inc. GEORGE MILLER 150 Wife St. S. \V. Phone 392 Clear Lake Representative: Phone 813-YV i To our many good friends and patrons, we exfend our warmest greetings. May this Christmas be the best you have ever had—a forerunner of many happy days to come, of wonderful friendships and achievements well done . . . IOWA SHOE BROKERAGE 202 South Federal

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