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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE l PUBLIC HEALTH CHILD HEALTtf WEEK Dr Dakin to Give Talk at Clinic Friday Schools Hold Kindergarten Tests During Health Campaign THIS is the week when thechild is claiming the attention of the entire country He is being scrutinized from all angles and he appears in various poses thru the ever changing mirrored reflections of his dally life While air the world is thinking of him in terms ofthe fivepoint child physical mental intellectual moral and spiritual a practical view is be ing stressed at present in consider inghis foodhabits jn relation to his Uealth Will Speak at It hasbeen announced by Mrs Hans Buehler city public health nurse and a member of tba nations al organization of public health nurses who is following the state program in observing national child health week here that Dr C E Dakin city health commissioner will give a 15 minute address on Child at the free preschool clinic sponsored by the Womans club which will be held at the Y V C A Friday afternoon The program Friday afternoon will form the observation of the week by the local health authorities n addition to the kindergarten sum mer roundups which are being held n the schools this week The ad dress by Dr Dakin will begin at oclock it was stated Booklets and demonstration ma terial on child health will be dis ributed at the clinic it was an nounced All mothers in the com munity may Attend the address whether they bring their children or not Miss Buehler stated President Gives Ideals May day is Child Health day and Herbert Hoover president of the United States has Issued the follow ing Childs Bill of The ideal to which wo should strive is that there shall bo no child In America That has not been born under prop er conditions That does not live in hygiene sur roundings That ever suffers from undernour ishment That does not have prompt and effi cient medical attention and in spection That does not receive primary in structions In the elements of hy gienoand good health That has not tue complete birth right of a sound mind in a sound body That has not the encouragement to expVess in fullest measure the spirit within which Is the final endowment of every human be ing HEHBBET HOOVER Three important things are being urged by Miss Edith S Country man state chairman for May day n the celebration of ChildHealth day this year They are 1 Physical examination of every school child who has not had such examinaton during the school year 2 Plans for physical examina tion during the summer of all chil dren who will start to school for the first time this fall 3 Immunization of children to diphtheria Examine S3 at McKinley Several of the Mason City schools are availng themselves of the op portunity of observing child welfare week appropriate with the kinder garten summer roundups The ex aminations are held in the morning only Thursday the Jefferson school will conduct its examinations and Fri day the Garfield school Examinations were held earlier in the week by two other schools Mc Kinley held its examination Tues day arid the MonroeWashington Wednesday Thirtytwo children were examined at the McKinley school by Drs H D Holman V A Farrell and H M Hoag They were assisted by Miss Hattie Lymenstabl school nurse and Mrs Hans Bueh lor city nurse Committees from the individual ParentTeachers associations which sponsor the free health examinatons of kindergarten children also assist the physicians and nurses during the sessions Rusty Hinges Feature Last Dinner Party of Grade Teachers Group Seventy teachers of the local grade schools were present at the closing dinner of the year of the Grade Teachers association which was held at oclock at the P G and E clubrooms Tuesday eve ning A humorous program by the Rus ty Hinge quartet featured the eve nings entertainment Clever im personations and takeoffs on the teachers Rusty Hinge quartet were presented Mrs E E Hunter pleased the group with a number of readings and Miss Eva Scott president of the G T A gave a short talk on the association principles Miss Hazei McCullough was the chair man on arrangements Maypole decorations were used on the tables P X G TO MEET Members the Past Noble Grand assocaition will meet at the I O O F hall Thursday afternoon May 2 at oclock The com mittee consists of Mrs R E Kol winska Mrs B F Ferguson Mrs Charles Lee and Mrs Sadie Nelson TO Ch r a try a Coffee lhai Comes From the West Coast of Central America Experts say it has a rare tang and a full mellow tody unlike coffee from any other region in the world TT7HEN old coffees seem to turn out thin or flat or a complete change Try the one coffee that is different from all others Try the famous Folger flavor that conies from the West Coast of Central America Along the mountainous West Coast of Central America is grown a coffee that experts agree is not equalled any where else in the world Conditions of soil of climate of here a rare spicy mellow coffee that is utterly unique The fame of this unusual coffee first started in the Bohe mian restaurants of San Francisco where it was brought by Folger Travelers who discovered it there wrote back for ship ments At that time it could be obtained nowhere else Today however your grocer has it packed under vacuum seal fay Folger What Coffee Experts Say Nature alone gives your cup of coffee its it in the growing berry Roasting and blending processes regardless of advertising talk merely bring out what ever flavor nature has already put in That is why you notice so little difference when you change from one brand of coffee to another Because 70 of the coffee sold in the United Stales today is of one common type grown in the same general region The marked difference in the taste of Folgers Coffee is due to a different type of coffee berry Nature has given it a higher flavor Youll be struck by its richer fragrance the instant you break the vacuum seal of your first can of Folgers A Remarkable Offer Because Folger flavor is unlike any other coffee you have ever tried we invite you to make this comparison Buy a pound of Folgers from your grocer today Drink Fol gers Coffee tomorrow morning The next morning drink the coffee you have been using The third morning drink Folgers again Then let your taste decide which you like best If Folgers Coffee is not your choice your grocer will gladly refund the full purchase price Thats fair isnt it It costs you nothing to why not order Folgers today Folger Coffee Co Kansas City Mo ERS v A U U M PA FFJEE Local Child Study Clubs Are Given Entertainment Music Talks Are on gram for 85 Members at Social Affair IGHTYFIVE members of the Child Study clubs from the Mason City schools were the guests of the Central school Child Study club Tuesday evening in the Central school building Mrs H H Boyce presided at the entertain ment which included a program of music and short talks Mrs William Peterson reviewed an article by Professor Meyers of Cleveland college on Parents Who Tempt Their Children to BE Thieves She stressed the points that ownership develops the elders should respect a childs pos session curb a childs desires and teach honesty by example Mr Boyce spoke on cod liver oil as a food bringing out the import ance of the vitamin content the source and object of each vitamin Other talks included the discussion of Fear its constructive and de structive elements by Mrs George Crabb and a review of the years work by Mrs E Sullivan Five mag azine topics were also presented Mrs G S C Andrick talked on the topic Let Nature Help the Child and Mrs J R Prazak spoke on Sleep Each of the six speakers represented one of the schools Musical entertainment consisted of vocal solos by Mrs Avis Zum walt Mammys Lullabye and The Owl and by Mrs Roger Kirk Thanks Be to God Square Dance by Beethoven and Spanish Dance piano solos were played by Mrs J B Stinehart Many Attend AllDay Session of W C T U anizations Here CALENDAR THURSDAY Orgc Representatives numbering more than 100 from six adjoining counties and tha local union attended the all day session of the Womans Chris Jan Temperance Unionwhich was held at the First Methodist church Tuesday This was one oC the good citizenship conferences which are being held thruout the state Mrs Ida B Wise Smith state president lead the conference pro ceedings giving a short address in the morning and the main address of the evening A luncheon was served at noon Reports on union activities short talks on prohibition themes and law enforcement and musical numbers were included on the days pro gram at which Mrs L E Goodhile local president presided It was decided to hold the next state convention in Fort Dodge sometime in the early part of Oc tober Residents of Humboldt Celebrate FiftySecond Year of Married Life Girls Hobby Entries will be received by the American Legion auxiliary at the high school Womans bureau Will meet in the afternoon Wilson Child Study Election of officers Will meet at school at p m Mrs Moss Jaeger leader of les son Discipline Athenian Hostess Mrs J A Senneff Current events group 4 Birds Mrs Martin B P W Will have oclock dinner at the Hanford Mrs Emily Morgan of Des Moines character analyst to be present Tusalata Will have oclock dinner at the Y W C A IntcrNos Hostess Mrs W A Gilmore 113 North President court 1resbyterian W M Mission circles of Waterloo Pres bytery to meet at p m Lun cheon at noon banquet in Grace Ipvangclicnl Ladies Will meet at home of Mrs N T DeWitt at Lehigh farm at oclock East State street Hostess Mrs George W Ford 1402 East State street Assistant hostesses Mrs George Burmeister Mrs M O Dalvey Mrs A E Bufkin Mrs H M Ja coby and Mrs Ella Fulghum Topic Memorials in U S Leader Mrs William Findlay Hanford Hostess Mrs Arthur Stevens southeast city Martha society Immanuel Lutheran church Will meet at home of Miss Cecelia Gustafson 232 Fourteenth street southwest at 8 oclock G Warren Harding Study Will meet at the school Election of officers Olivet Methodist Ladies aid Will meet at oclock itt the church parlors Sans Souci 1 oclock luncheon Hostess Mrs Artemus Brown 225 Ninth street northwest Forest Park circle Trinity ald Postponed until Wednesday May 8 Northeast circle Trinity Hostess Mrs Antonius Jensen 522 Tenth street northeast at oclock Nora Springs Community Hostess Mrs W M Moore Roll call The Flowers Ill Trade Paper Mrs HaTis Paulsen Piano solo Mrs Henry Sailer May basket plant or bulbs Stunt Mrs W M Witt 100 Attend American Legion Party Given Children at Rockwell ROCKWELL May party given by the American Legion aux iliary of Rockwell for members and their children in the Legion hall was a big success there being more than 100 persons present Various contests and games were played during the afternoon until 5 oclock when appropriate refresh ments were served Much credit was given to the dif ferent committees in charge for thi effort they put forth to make tb party a success Intho old days women may havi been smarter but they werent s easy to see Kvea in Courier VORK SHIRTS The Oversize shirt a special at THE RAY E PRUSIA CO this week 79c DEJALE PRINTIZMPS Dream oj jjprmg JXH Springtime women seek a new perlume A perfume like tue soft fragrance of a spring me suggestion ol a Alay morning a Dcja Printemps Strangely tlie liglit fragrance ol IJeja Piirttemps lascmates women vlao use it XLose itllo know its cliarm are permanently enchanted by it Year alter year tuey return for tliis scent by me olo master perfumer Legrana Try it maoaiue Flacoa 5350 Michael Drug Co 5 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE i HUMBOLDT May and Mrs John Wendle residents here for 46 years observed their fiftysecond j wedding anniversary May 1 They BIRTHDAY SURPRISE were born in Germany and are both I FOR BABE REHBERG 78 years of age Mrs Wendle31 birthday is Nov 16 while her Mrs J B Youngblood 28 Rock bands is Oct 1 The couple was Crest gave a birthday dinner sur prise for her daughter Miss Babe Rehberg at oclock Tuesday evening Eighteen friends were present The evening was spen E D married in Des Moines May 1 1877 Miss Caroline Tuttenlocker of Dea Moines is the only surviving mem ber of the bridal party aside from Mr and Mrs Wendle Mr and Mrs Wendle resided on their farm south of town until 15 years ago when they established a home in town They have five children Mrs L A Essig of Cleveland Ohio and four residing here Mrs J K Cod dmgton Mrs G A Ruse William and Charles Other descendants include five grand children T N T CLUB HAS TREASURE HUNT A treasure hunt was enjoyed by the members of the T N T club who were divided into three groups for the hunt Directions from head quarters led them to different parts of the city and back to the Y W C A where the treasure was found Following the huntt a luncheon was served GARFIELD SCHOOL TO HAVE ROUNDUP FRIDAY The Garfield school summer roundup for kindergarten children will be held at the school at 9 oclock Friday morning It was anj noimced Wednesday Mothers arc requested to accompany their ren It was stated that of mothj ers 15 will bring their children to the school for examination 27 will consult the family physician and two refuse to cooperate WATANYES HAVE MAY BREAKFAST HERE The members of the WaTanYe club enloyed a May morning break fast at the Colonial Wednesday The tables were bemiti fullv decorated withlovely May baskets and tall tapirs in the rain bow shades Mrs Avis Zumwalt sang a group of sprinpr soners accompanied by Mrs Bertha Patchen and Mrs Patchen played several instrumen tal numbers Mis Gladys Feasn of Chamber lain S Dik Miss Gertrude Deck er and Miss Vera Finley were guests at the breakfast MYSTIC WORKERS LODGE The Mystic Workers lodge will hold a short business session Thiirs rlav afternnon Mav 2 at Labor hnll follnwfd by a bunco party and refreshments socially Table decorations were green and pink in The Black Coat The Smart Basis For Several Ensembles If We Were Limited to only one variety of the hardy flowers we would choose as Queen of Them All Delphiniums We grow Vanderbilts Dien ers Pudors Barbers and sev eral other strains of this won derful flower Different sizes 35c to SI at Blackbird Gardens Mile No of Sugar Plant Next Week is National Baby Week Call 793 Now and enter your baby in 1MBRKELS BETTER BABY CONTEST form The new fur trimmed black coat A flatten fashion When worn with any of the new frocks or one of gay print it solves the imports Ensemble Such a black coat may cov the clever little jacket frock so new among fa ionable Youth will wear separate ski and tuck in blouses with the black coat Priced at A Hat to Match th Coat or Frock C C Aj Qi H With the black coat an all black with a softening touch of lace or one in the same brilliant hue as the dress
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