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September 12, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

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Case-Finding TB Program IsUncterWay • "Tuberculosis is a 'catching' disease — no matter what kind of drugs they may find to cure it, or no matter how old or how young you are: TB is 'caught' just like a head cold or chicken pox. - To discover who may have 'caught' tuberculosis in this community, the Carroll County Tuberculosis ancl Health Assn. is supporting a case-finding ,program now in progress, acc6rdtng to Mrs. G. E. Bigsby.of Coon RApids.^as-' sociatioh president.' *• Contact Program "The case'lfinding program now in progress is called a 'Contact Program,'" said Mrs; Henry Pfiester R. N., public health nurse, who is working in the county in an effort to find those who have 'caught' TB from a patient who has active tuberculosis." Recent statistics show that in Iowa—and in much of the rest of the -nation—the greatest number of new cases of tuberculosis are found ajnong men between the ages of 55 to 59, and among women about 10 years younger.^ And eaeh new case of tuberculosis originated from someone who had the disease in an active form. , Silent Disease Unlike pneumonia or heart disease, tuberculosis does not suddenly make a person ill. The germs have been breathed in and lodge in the lungs. A person may never know the time he first had the illness in his body, for TB is a silent disease. A special skin test, called the tuberculin test, will show the TB germs, tubercle bacilli, are in the Work After School Hours— Teens Make Money, Avoid Mischief in Assembly Plant EL MONTE, Calif, 'in - A group of teen-agers in El Monte known as the Busy Bee Assemblers is breaking adult assembly records on" sub-contracts from targe manufacturing concerns — and keeping out of mischief. While juvenile crime is on the "increase in Southern California — up 22 per cent in adjacent .Los Angeles over last year — no member of the Busy Bees ever has been arrested or even questioned by El Monte police. • .,. • talCE BUSINESS . . . Partners Scott Manley, 13, left, and Ron Goebelt, 12, bpth of Cleveland, Ohio, started a year ago with just two mice and now have a booming "mice-4-sale" business. Backing up their homemade sign with plenty of samples the boys display some of the results of their recently begun cross-breeding experiments. They sell their livestock for 50 cents a head. Freshmen Leave For Cedar Falls By keeping busy, the Busy Bees stay out of trouble. The youngsters work after school hours under the supervision of Mr. and Mr4, John DuBief, but 17-year-old high school senior Russel Lage is in charge of production and assembly chores. He probably is America's youngest plant superintendent. "He's simply wonderful," Mrs, DuBief . says of Lage. "Last Christmas we gave him 5 per cent of the business. There just Tlmt* Harald, Carroll, Iowa Thursday, Sapt. 12, 1957 Off couldn't be a better worker, man or boy." Results Pay Pay for the Busy on results, "not how are worked. But, where adults labored diligently to turn out 80 metal hinge assemblies an 'hour, the average Bee produced 140. An average adult hourly, output of fin­ ished poker chip racks was 200, but the Bees averaged 675. an hour. Most Bees make about $1.40 an hour, some as high as $2.20 an hour. (Times Herald New* Srnlrc) LAKE VIEW - The. following ! freshmen students left for Cedar j Falls Sunday: Alice Ding e^s, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Dinges, Charles Bechler, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bechler, David Finders, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Finders and Janet ' Tjaden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tjaden. They were conveyed to Cedar Falls by their parents. Virginia Swieter left Tuesday u nr t, r TU„ f •,, . . . .for Wayne State Teachers Col- S? y ™,Sf i y phySlCian , and 1 lege in Wayne, Neb. She was con- the public health nurse make a. ve * ed to ^ ayne bv Mrs . E . E , Jhonor of Mrs, Dick Whitney of San Gabriel, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Donald of Aft on were dinner guests in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Donald. St. Joseph Guild Officers Named (Ttrne* Herald New» Servlrf) DEDHAM -At the regular meeting of St. Joseph Guild of Ledham Thursday evening, new officers were named by Rev. Henry Pick. The officers are: President, Mrs. Alois Irlbeck; secretary, Mary Meyer; and treasurer, Mrs. Franklin Pietig, who then took over and named eleven groups of women who are to serve the month in which they were called, Fr. Pick gave a short talk and thanked each one for his loyalty and support for the year. Mrs. Ben Wiskus, chairman of the August committee, gave her report on the month's activities, after which lunch was served and bingo was played. Ninety-three were registered. Door prize was won by Fr. Pick, a second prize was won by Mrs. Leonard Tigges and a third prize by Mrs. Franklin Tigges. Mrs. William Axman and Mary were Fort Dodge visitor.* Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Willenborg were entertained at dinner Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Willenborg Jr. at Guthrie Center. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Junior Landweki and tamily,of Versailles tnd, and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Schraub of Ver- sailler, Ind. The form* Mr. Land­ weki and George Jr. were buddies in the service.. Those from here who attended the American Legion Auxiliary county meeting Friday evening at Manning were: Mrs. John Plet- chette, Mrs. John Weill, Mrs. Hen- j ry Meishied, Mrs. Alois Irlbeck,; to Mrs. Maurice Grossman. Mrs George Willenborg, Mrs. Harry Christensen, Mrs. Russell Axman, Mrs. William Axman and Mrs. Aldred Tigges. Foreman Lage is doing all right for a 17-year-old. "I've got $500 in Bees depends the bank and I bought my new many hours j car with my earnings," he says. "1 don't know if I'll go to college, but I'll have the mone;, to go if I decide to, and even more important to me is the vocational preparation I am getting. 1 can get a good job right now at almost any plant strictly off the experience I have gained here in the last 18 months." -The Busy Bee plant, H converted garage, is more than a workshop. The Bees do their homework there, plan beach parties, discuss mutual problems, grow up together. Mother-confessor "I've been a mother-confessor these kids for the last two been an assembler and riveter ia an aircraft plant. She recalled that companies jobbed out assem* bly work, and went out hunting orders. A week later the family had one for 4.500 steel hinges. They started work in the garage, with Bobby and two high school buddies handling all the work. That's how the teenage Industry got its start. Now there are 25 youngsters busy in the.igarage. "Imagine them PaylHjjBlL fof this," says pert PatTteSiSEsAlt. 'Why we're having a ball—-much more fun than the kids who" Kavs nothing to do when classes art out." "-"t, teamJn working with the contact|g co tt.'and Mrs. R. Swieter. and Mrs. Doyle Prescott program and the tuberculin testing j' Mr. phase of it. The doctor advises the ( „ h kend in the Wesle nurse of persons he knows who; *>r'r V_ 0 . rnnwav K an may have been in contact with anj* ade home * l °°W ay ' Kan ' of active case of tuberculosis. "The' Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Frevert nurse interviews these persons and j Tucson, Ariz., came Sunday for a members 'of the family, urging them, to have the tuberculin skin test done'at the doctor's office. If there is a positive reaction to the skin test, the family physician recommends the individual to have a chest X-ray at the time the unit comes to the community; Attend Wedding Anniversary Affair (Times Herald New* Service) LANESBORO - Mr. and Mrs. Harryi-Kuebler. Mr. and Mrs. Carlj Miller and Delores Moulds drove to Charles City Sunday and attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schroeder at the JL-ullter^n j£hurch. On there^wlw 'fxTphaiies City they"stopped*'at'the"h'6me ot Mr. and-Mrs. Charles Watt«rs at Hampton and on their return home they called in the, F toy d Hobbs home at Plalnfield and Bruce McQuigg at Aplington, Ia. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Shoemaker and Dennis Holm drove to Polk City Sunday and. visited with Mr.- and Mrs. William Krai few days' visit in the A. A. Frevert home. Mrs. Dick Whitney of San Gabriel, Calif., was a dinner guest Sunday* „' Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Deur. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Christian, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Blink and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Redenbaugh attended the musical, "My Fair Lady" in Des Moines Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Parkinson and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Domer attended "My Fair Lady" Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maynard and Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schwarzkopf and son, Lynn, on* Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Scott and children, A. E. Holmes |nd Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long were dinner guests of Mr. and. Mrs. S. T. Manuel •^Sunday. 8 * Afternoon visitors svere->Miv and_Mrs._Vern Scott iff Corning and Mr. and Mrs. George Scott of Villisca. Mr. and Mnu Hal,Schroeder attended the $pehcer Fair Tuesday and Wednesday visited the Ivan Hugunin family of Jackson, Minn. Mrs. Hal Schroeder entertained a number of neighborhood ladies at.a. coffee Monday- afternoon in OUTHEATfr OUTLASTS ALL OTHERS! mmm Only SIEGLER'S Hfttime •• CAST IRON CONSTRUCTION can withstand and USE thi 4 times hotty beat There are many reason* why Siegler'Home Heaten ate constructed of heavy cast iron- Fjrtt, it will withstand continuous high temperaturesnecessary for . full house heating. It cant make annoying "popping" noises like so many,sheet metal hsaters da It permits the sturdy construction that gives you many, many years of dependable, trouble -free service. Just try and tip a Siegler—you 'll be convinced it's built to' last) •AS MOMI HfATIM OUARANTII ovn YOU* see the tolid/Shghr /t«m*> hitfn today at COAST-TQ-COAST STORE $13 N.'VA^rni^^fsrrelf/low^''* Tuberculosis ranks in place as a cause of death. ninth years," says Mrs. DuBief, "and I'll bet I've helped do more homework for them than in all the years I was in school myself." 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