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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1927, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY DEC 1 1927 SEVEN fc1 IIPHTHERIA CAN BE PREVENTED University Doctor Says Prompt Use of Antitoxin Sure Cure IOWA CITY Deo death irom diphtheria is unnecessary and every case of the disease may be pre vented by the prompt uso ol the anti toxin treatment Authority tor this statement Is rr Albert V Hardy state epidemiologist una actinghead ot the department of hygiene and preventive meditins In the University Iowa college oE med icine No diphtheria In Iowa by 1930 Is a scientific possibility but ilsT at talnment depends upon the applica vf tion ot theknowledge which has been accumulated within the pastthirty said Doctor Hardy Parenls Must Decide About So per cent of all deaths from the disease are In children under ten years oE age and the greater propor tion these are under five years ac cording to tho university doctor It is for the parents of Iowa to de cide whether children shall be in dan ger of acquiring the infection and pos sibly dying Community action has been taken in several parts oC the state he says citing as examples the counties of Woodbury Plymouth Greene Cass Story Osceola Boono Dickinson and the cities ot Du ue Clinton Sioux City and Cedar llapfds Three Injections of a toxin antl rlONin given by a simple and safe d at weekly Intervals will Rive five years to litetime protection in 95 per cent ot the cases A second course of treatment for the other 6 per cent will almost invariably cause the desired immunity to develop ac cording to Doctor Hardy Determine Persons Immunity One of the biggest contributions to knowledge diphtheria was made In 1013 when a method the Immunity or nonimmunity of a person was developed After study of results It has been learned that in fants under six months arc usually immune and that children from six months to five years of ase are very susceptible Only about 10 per cent ot persons more than 20 years ot ago are not Immune In Iowa the disease has decreased within the past seven years Doctor Hardy has found Five hundred ninety persons lied diphtheria in 1310 and in 1921 S53 lives were lost The law record for the state was act In when 121 persons fell victim to the disease Dlpttoeria those who are immune to the disease but who spread H among others must De detected To this ond the frea services of tho stale bacteriological are avail pill uirea irere examined tiyVtliTa organ ization VT V Flan HardTime Dance THORNTOX Dec cornhusk cra special old time dance is being IJlanned for Saturday with Itlngen fiUs Uetes orchestra furnishing the music Prizes will be given Starts College Fund Drive KAXAWHA Dec drive for funds to the endowment fund for theMormnside college at Sioux City ia In charge of the K E church com mittee From Detroit SHEFFIELD Dec Williams returned liome from Detroit Monday morning after spending a few days with his wife who has been at that place for sometime visiting her sister and taking treatments Mr Williams reports that he did not find itrs Williams much improved in health Back From California THOMPSON Dec An who has been visiting In Cali fornia returned to Thompson where ha will stay with his grandparents Gets Rig Poultry Checlf KAXAWHA Dec living on the McDougald farm south west oC ICanawha received a check Saturday for for poultry sold to the Farmers Produce company at Ktinawha This is the largest check Issued to any Individual farmer for poultry since the company started business To Head Allison Creamery Dec E Brooks Waterloo will have charge ot the Al lison Cooperative creamery after Jan uary 1 ITe is an experienced butter maker and has been in charge of the Ccster creamery for a number of years A L Nichols has been hutter maker In the Allison creamery for inany years Leave for Ohio AREDALE Dec and Mrs C C Wallace and daughter Ha left Sunday evening for Ohio and other points in the cast for a months vaca tion Announce Girls Itirtl FERTILE Dec and Jirs Warren Ivissner have a baby girl born Xov 27 Visits at Plymouth PLYMOUTH Dec Ap let lln Minneapolis Is here visiting with ft Mr and Jlrs A C lie Lead Return io JSehrasUa THOMPSON Dec I Mr and MrR TJ F Kreymuerjj Freernoiu wlio has been visiting hero with ho Inlldrs mother Mrs Thomii left Tvlonday mornins for thuir Iiome Ttetuni From Dec J C Tianson and daughter Jean MIssey Carrie Johnson Esther and Christian Tohansen returned Sunday nipht from Chlcnjro where they spent a few dsiys with relatives and friends Its Christmas Time at Latimers and all thru 45x45 in Imported Linen Luncheon Cloths Colorfast Blue Hose Gold or Green striped border designs made of genuine imported Irish linen pure white blench ed A sift you will appreciate While 60 cloths last 89c each First 36x36 in Indian Head Luncheon Cloths Colorfast woven borders with checked centers In Rose Blue or Gold Colorfast colors 39c each First 30x40 in Crib Robes Fine felted nap finish in Blue or Rose figured designs Latimers First Floor Mens Boxed Neck Ties Novelty woven silk Grena dines in plain colons and nov elty striped designs each In a fancy embossed gift box 2 for First Mens Boxed Neck Ties Ilayon woven Grenadino in novelty and plain weaves each in a fancy gift box 39c each First Ladies Hati Mfido f Ine quality Black Fabricoki Brassclasps and lock reinforced leather grip an outstanding gift value each Others up to Latinnirs First Mens Imported Twill Silk Scarfs Another it usual scarC value Featuring1 the new light and dark color combinations each First Mens Silk and Wool Sport Hose Fancy striped and checked patterns standard EiCCel qual ity Sizes 10 to 2 pairs First Mens Silk Sport Hose Fancy striped ind patterns standard Eiffel qual ity Sizes 10 to 2 pairs First Guest Towels Colorfast madras woven bor dered ends Hemstitched hems special purchase of a reg ular 50c value Games In Blue Rose Gold or Green color combinations While a limit ed quantity 4 for First All Steel Coaster Wagon Holler bcarlnpr disc wheels bed 1inch tires rod enameled black trim each Toy the store as if magic had taken possession making preparation for the greatest showing of gifts in our history All de partments have been arranged to make your buying both convenient and economical HE LATJiMER STOKE INC NOTED FOR VALUEGIVING BUY NOW AJl mail orders filled promptly Postage prepaid BUY NOW Free delivery service to part of the city Stationery Makes An Ideal Gift Champion Steering Sled Guaranteed as to material and construction 32inch each HGlnch each each each Hoiisefnrnisliinif Stationery NUMBER I Blue Bird linen charmette deckle edge Trusco tints with gold deckle edge Rainbow linen with white tints assorted wilwyn linen in staple white all with 24 envel opes and 24 sheets ribbon tied in a fancy embossed gift box 2Sc box First Additional assortments to choose from up to pSc a box Stationery First Floor Gift Handkerchiefs Ladies hoxed handkerchiefs 49c to 98c Childrens boxed handkerchiefs 19c to 49c Ladies liandkerchief8 5c to each Irans handkerchiefs 5c to 69c each First Floor Stationery NUMBER II Merrigold ripple finish linen in white or tints with colored deckle edge Del Rosa Ripple finish lin en in white or tints with silver deckle edge Fabric finish white with scalloped finished edge Rip pelette finish with white and three tints to a box silver deckle edge Ricardo tints linen finish with fancy interlined envelopes linen finish white and tints assorted with colored deckle edge colored quill pen in each box All are rib bon tied in a fancy embossed gift box with 24 envelopes and 24 sheets 4Qc box timers First Our Toy Department Fairly Radiates Oiit the Spirit of Christmas showinghundreds of things that will make some child glad Christmas morning Buy now while assortments are complete A Few of the Hundreds of Toys IJIncliboards Rubber Bails Toy Irons Wooden Toys Juvenile Books Tops to Spin Iron Toys Mechanical Toys Aluminum Disli Sels China Dlsli Sets Games o Play Musical Instruments Toy Hunlis Dolls Hcwinp Sets Ilaj Klorlis PaintiiiR Sots DrawiiiK Sots Puzzle Games Toy Drums Toy Tractors 38inch Upright lilackboards Footballs A Few of the Hundreds of Toys ic WILL IGinch Metal Delivery Trucks 17Inch MetalDump Trucks Metal Pile Drivers 15inch Tolico Patrol Wooden Pull Toys 14Inch Dol Beds Laundry Sets Embroidery Sets Toy Blocks Metal Grab Cranes Table Tennis Gnines Spelling Roard inmcs Ten Pin inincs Painting and Drawing James Musical rnstnimenis nPicro Dish Sets Aluminum Sets Toy Trunks CliHds Furniture A Lurge Assortment of Dolls A Few of the Hundreds of Toys WILL BUY Telephones Crying Dolls Metal Dish Seta Mechanical Toys Iron Toys Toy Automobiles Games to Ilay ScwiiiR Sets Laundry Sets Toy Tianos Play Bloclis Pull Carts Kitchen Seta Mechanical Trains Doll Furnlturo Toy Percolators Stuffed Anlmnls Iron Banlii Rubber Hails Juvenile Books China Dish Sets Aluminum Dish Sets Doll Bassinet each 20 inches loiifr 15 inches high 12 inches wide mado of northern sejneted hard wood blue enamelled finished wheels value Toy 25 Inch Doll Crying Voice 98ceach Fancy dress and hood unbreakable head features and hair A valuo Toy Every Boy Wants a Gun 25c 49c 98c Machine guns guns pop guns of all sixes liquid pistols and target games Priced at Toy LARGER AND MORE COMPLETE SHOWING OF DINNERWARE GLASSWARE AND GIFT CHINA I t 7 Piece Linen Luncheon Sets cloth napkins to match Novelty woven patterns In Blue Rose and Gold checked designs on pure white linen Colors are Colorfast A regu lar value Each set In a gift box set First 7 Piece Linen Luncheon Sets 1 54x54Inch cloth napkins to match Comes In Tulip pattern with Gold Blue or Rose madras woven borders hemstitched finished hems set ISnch set in a gift box First 64x76 in Nashua Sunset Plaid Blankets Block plaid patterns In Rose Blue Gold Grey Lavender ind Tan color combinations Fine down nai finish Stand ard Nashua quality While 100 blankets 79c each First 16x50 in Art Linen Library Scarfs Natural linen color with multicolored embroidered de signs Crocheted Itnlshed cges 59c each First Floor Art Linen Center Pieces Natural linen color erea In multicolored designs crocheted finished edges each Lntlmers First Floor 70x80 in Nashua Part Wool Blankets block plaid patterns In Blue Rose Gold Grey Or Lavender color combinations Sateen bound entis An extra largo double bed size blanket that weigJis Ibs A pair 2 pairs for First 5 Piece Linen Bridge Sets B attractive designs to chooso from such an corn era finished with hemstitch Ing Medallion insert finished corners and applique Plnylnj card designs In corners all with napkins to inatrh Other equally attractive These will malco an ideal luex pcnsivo fjift 98c set First Smoking1 Stand 20inch east iron stand In bright colors gilt trimmed re movable nsh tray match box holder bridge handle Comes In Chinese Red Cireen and Gold colors value I each Latimers Dilt Mens Scarf and Handkerchief Sets Tncqitnrd woven Itayon vvitli to rnnlch Kriiiirt new color combinations sot in a jift box A most vnhie Only of these to set Firsl Electric Grill with liiack pnnmeJeil i rt ennl 2pieco sorkut A uar Jinteei product rf RoKnlaily priced cial 79c each
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