Friday, July 5, 1929

Mason City Globe Gazette

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa six MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE i TTTTY i 192Q FIRST 60 MINUTES OF LIFE THEORYi rT r i LI j r L nj i i I II ii i ijf Does Your Child Enjoy Nature With Knowledge of Birds and Flowers By ALICE JUDSON PEALE There are two ways inwhich a child ruay enjoy nature One Is thru simple unthinking pleasure of the senses He may feel the beauty and wide space of out of doors He may ex perience a deep animal joy in breathing freely in running over the hills and In lying relaxed under the summer sun The other way for him to enjoy nature is thru an in telligent understanding or ner pro cesses her ways and means and the laws which govern the behavior of things living and inanimate Should Know Both Every child should know both kinds of pleasure The flowers in the meadow should be to him at one time a sheer delight of color GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 1728 Everything about this charming model expresses smartness simpli city and totheminute details sleeveless bodice is trimmed with stitched banding which also forms the narrow belt Four inverted pleats give grace and swing to the skirt Note the ten dency to return to a normal waist line Pique linen broadcloth shan tung or pongee would be delightful mediums for the development of de sign 1728 May be obtained only in sizes 14 16 18 20 32 34 36 and 38 Size 16 requires 31 yards of 40 inch material This model is easy to make No dressmaking experience is neces sary Each pattern comes to you with simple and exact Instructions and pattern and grace at another he should regard them as marvelI including yardage for every size A perfect fit is guaranteed their kind ous mechanisms cunnlnsrlv con o trlved to survive and produce wrapped or stamps Be sure to write The two kinds of pleasure are quite different and ought not to be mixed To allow the child to feel vaguely that all nature is lovely that right and natural are syn onymous terms that the purposes of nature are somehow mysterically beautiful ia to confuse his thinking and befog his understanding of the relation between human and naural values Help Him Understand The subject is one which is mud dled in many an adult mind to the Impoverishment of both intellect and spirit Your child will know the richest experience only if you help him clarify his attitude Let him de light in birds as bright and charm ing creatures But let him know also as creatures engaged In an unending struggle with the difficulties of ex istence Let him see how in some instances this struggle leads them to prey upon other creatures and to play cruel tricks upon each other Let him feel and appreciate both the beauty of nature and her amazing selfdetermined activity Lombardt Giatto Italian says that a recent trance revealed to him that the entire planet of Venus is ruled by women So Is this Florida TimesUnion She the Diamond lust come from Ray Seney Now ev eney ow ev insisted eryone is glad plainly your name address style number and size wanted Our latest fashion book will be sent upon receipt of ten cents in coin Address all mail and orders to Mason City GlobeGazette Pattern Department 243 West Seventeenth street New York City FAMILY PICNIC AT REDFIELDS The rear lawn of the home of Mr and Mrs H E Redfleid 915 North Washington avenue afforded a pic nic spot Thursday for the Rev and Mrs George K Davles and Mr aud Mrs Ben Gustafson families MRS ENSIGN IS HERE FROM PASADENA CAL Mrs W B Ensign of Pasadena is here from Pasadena Cal for a visit wtih friends She will be here the remainder of the summer and is staying with Mrs J C Sherwin 229 Second street northeast Mrs Ensign spent the Fourth ia Cedar Falls returning1 Friday evening She is a former resident of Mason City DUO HOSTESSES GIVE SMALL LUNCHEON PARTY Mrs W V Shipley and Mrs W S Wilcox entertained at a small luncheon party Friday afternoon at he JDamonIgou tea garden The af fair honored Mrs Lillian Anthony of Jefferson Ohio sister of Mrs J Pauley 303 South Carolina ave nue JONESELFHIC HAMPTON July ment lias been made of the marriage of Erma Lou Jones daughter of Mr and Mrs E T Jones and Donald M Elphlc at West Union Thursday THE NEWEST IN SUMMED UOSIEBY Theres a huge difference between Hosiery Buyers of Today and of yesterday in bygone days It was Gray Brown or Black when color was specified Now Its Have you the shade thatmatches this and a piece of dress mater ial is held up confidentially Yeswe have the hues to match your shoes and complement your dress Neumodc Hos iery come In every popular color cast evenly and fashioned correctly HIGH IN IN PRICE ONE PAIR OF HOSE A1 By Joining Our Hosiery Club Come in and let us tell you about this new plan NEUMODE HOSIERY STORE MTEIB BLDG GROUND FLOOR NO 45 AT 7 WEST STATE Helping the Homemaker 1728 PLEADS FOR BABIES By MRS ALEXANDER GEORGE Dinner Menu Broiled Fish Creamed Potatoes Buttered Cabbage Cucumber Relish Gelatin Salad Bread Currant Jelly Sliced Peaches Chocolate Cookies Coffee or Iced Tea Cucumber Relish Gelatine Salad Six 1 package lemon flavored gelatin preparation 1 23 cups boiling water 2 tablespoons vinegar I1 teaspoons salt 2 tablespoons chop ped green peppers 2 tablespoons chopped pimentos 1 cup diced cu cumbers Pour the boiling water over the gelatin preparation and stir until it has dissolved Add the vinegar and salt Cool Add the rest of the in gredients and pour into individual molds which have been rinsed out of cold water Set In a cold place to stiffen Unmold on lettuce leaves and surround with saladdressing Chocolate Cookies Three Dozen Made with sour cream cup fat 2 cups sugar 2 2 cup sour cream l teaspoon va nilla i teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon salt 4 cups flour 1 tea spoon soda 1 teaspoon baking pow der 3 squares chocolate melted Cream the fat and sugar Add the eggs and cream and beat for 2 min rest of the Chill the dough Drop small portions ot the dough from the end of a spoon on to greased baking sheets fatten Bake in a moderate oven for 12 minutes Creamy Frosting 2 tablespoons butter 4 tablespoons hot coffee 1 teaspoon va nl V teaspoon salt 2 cups sifted confectioners sugar Mix the ingredients andbeat for 1 minute Stir thoroly until stiff Babies Are Spoiled Within an Hour of Birth Psychologist Discovers Three slumbering infants and Inset Dr Sadler By ROY J GIBBONS jyjONTREAL Can July babies better babies more med ical birth control That is the need of the Philip pines for onethird of all infants there never grow die So says Miss Maria L Tinawin supervising nurse American Reel Cross who came to attend the in ternational congress nurses in Montreal Thirtytwo out of every 100 babies born in the Philippine islands 23 PICNIC AT FEE HOME BELMOND Mr and Mrs Alvin J Fee assist ed by Mrs Fees sisters Miss J Mrs William Packard entertained 22 picnickers on the lawn of their home In Belmond Thursday A program of games furnished en for the afternoon and Andrew Herman of Mason City grave an exhibition of magic art The group assessed itself a small sum of money to be used to defray the ex penses of the convention of the Iowa Association of the Deaf to be held in Mason City in 1931 The picnickers were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hefley and Miss Florence Phillips Hardy Mr and Mrs Ranh Kaplan BopeJtSyV ittrT and Mrs G Mathies Goldfield Mr and Mrs R Vatne Eagle Grove Mr and Mrs Edwin Johnson Mr and Mrs Walt Thelma Stock Wade Moore and Andrew Herman Mason City Lyle Howe Hayfield Roy Barren and George McNutt Belmond Roy Keller Cherokee and George Melnders Rowan GILBERTS VISIT IN KANSAS CITY Mr and Mrs Charles Gilbert and aaughtcr Mary North Federal ave nue are spending this weekend die says Miss Tinawin My aim wlth relatives in Kansas City They is to lower infant mortality eft Wednesday evening and expect More trained health workers are Ito return Sunday needed in the Philippines she de Clares KINNEY FAMILY HAS FICNIC IN EAST PARK The C K Kinney family witn a number of visiting cousins had a picnic in East park the fourth Those attending the affair wre the Royal and Ray Iliff families and a sister Mrs Jeanette Johnson and children all of West Union the Earl and Roscoe Iliff families of Wob ster City a sister Mrs Earl King and children of Manila After the dinner the group and other picnickers at the park were entertained in front of the band shell with a number of vocal pieces by the Iliff brothers quartet and by impersonations and Swedish mono logs put on by Mr Kinney in fcini nino attire MRS STEINBERG GIVES LUNCHEON FOK SISTER Mrs Henry J Steinberg 920 North Washington avenue will en tertain informally at luncheon Sat urday afternoon for her sister Miss Ann Taggart of Upper Alton ill Miss Taggart is assistant principal in the Murphysboro 111 schools CONVEYS GUESTS FROM CHICAGO Mr and Mrs David Convey 31 Oak drive have as their house guests Mr Conveys sister and her husband Mr and Mrs Ray M Austin of Chicago HANIGBROWN HAMPTON July Mary Hantg of this city and William Lyle Brown of Aurora III were mar ried at St Patricks church Tues day morning Tho ceremony was read by the Rev J E McMahon in the presence of Miss Tlllie Hanig and Ed Hanig sister and brother of the bride Greater Beauty For Lovely Women Beautys first perfec tion Thus the fairest and wisest usa MELLOGLO Face Powder that spreads more smoothly and produces a youthful bloom Its new French process makes MELLOGLO stay on longer and bans the shiny nose PERCY CHURCH VISITS MR AND MRS MARKLEY Percy Church former Mason Cltv lawyer and now practicing in Fres no Gal is a guest of Mr and Mrs J E E Markley 121 South Con necticut avenue FRED BAGLEYS HERE ON SHORT VISIT Mr and Mrs Fred Bagley of St Paul are guests of Mr and Mrs Bagey at tbelr summer home Clear Lake Mrs Fred Bag fyS of MrsGertrude Ran dall and Carl Parker ancj Mr Bajr ley is brother of W G C Bar ley Callers at the cottage Thurs day evening Included Mr and Mrs James Gilman of Seattle Mrs Gil man is sister of Mrs Fred Baglev and has been visiting here for the past week Mr Gilman arrived Thursday morning and will accom pany Mrs Gilman home SEUFBARTH Victor Barth son of the Rev and Mrs C J Barth of Latimer was married to Miss aSeuf of Mr and Mrs William Seuf of Elmhurst III hnm Jlme 21 at the brides home it is announced The Seif family is formerly of Latimer Turks Must Chew Gum to Be Truly in Style STAMBOUL 5 UIIUKI the stimulus of westernization Tur key has adopted the chewing gum habit with complete abandon The ancient merchants of he bazaar who deal in Turkish Sakiz a crude tree gum complain loudly that they face ruin because of the popular preference for the new nro duct from abroad Public mastication in Turkey Is not looked down upon as an indeli cate procedure Dainty feminine chewers often roll their own That is along with a hard bullet of Sakiz they insert in their months a bit of wax for softening with pink green or yellow powder for coloring as strikes their fancy longer ana bans the shiny nose How times change Alleged horse Pure Prevents pastiness flaklness thieves in South Dakota are being rrf fflf inn anrf Tarora T TlPfl a CO II Ft v t Irritation and large pores Use MELLOGLO The DamonIeou Co f ried before Central Press Staff Writer HICAGO July not the first hundred years that are the hardest but the first hour ot life Spoil a child during those 60 min utes and he stays spoiled to the grave in 75 out of 100 cases ac cording to Dr S Sadler emi nent psychologist and director of the Chicago Institute of Research and Diagnosis Dont pamper him during that critical hour after birth and hell grow from a little man into a big one able to take and give knocks with the best of his fellows Must Bo Forced to Work The subconscious mind has got most of us tricked Dr Sadler ex plained Man is not naturally a working animal Hes a fighting and hunting animal and lies learned to he a playing animal but he will not work unless forced to it When a baly is born the cold air strikes it and it has to breathe It doesnt like to because breathing is work Because it feels cold It criea Almost at once it gets a warm blanket wrapped about it It js hungry and It lets out an bacYrcvrl baby misses theswaying movement he has become accustomed to in gestation and it squalls some more Someone hastens to rock It Demands Lullaby Finally it misses the rythmic surging of blood thru its mothers veins the regular syncopatlc throb of the blood beat it has known for months Mother begins to aing a lullaby and the infant is satisfied By that time the baby has be come cognizant oC the fact that he gets anything he wants when he be gins to yell And as a consequence lies going to yell and yell and yell for a good many years It ia during this Important first hour life that parental influence is needed most Dr Sadler declares Then is the time for the mother to show her nerve and stamina and not give in to this child of hers who is merely bawling instinctively for the things he has been accustomed to and which have been taken away from him If she doesnt itll be a case of just one more spoiled child in a spoiled word Reverts to Nursery This is not a bawling world said Dr Sadler No one ever got anything important by bawlrag yet Crying is a trick of the subcon scious mind just as all forms of nervousness are tricks of the sub conscious mind It all goes back to the nursery The child who cries and the adult who cries as well are trying to retreat from the reality of things and get back into the nuraery where in the past their howls brot them what they wanted Mort people auiit lose control of themselves They never had control Thats their difficulty The subcon scious mind doesnt believe in any thing except nature If he cant get what he wants the fearangerrage mechanism in a man starts operat ing and the adrenal juice or fight juice squirts into the blood stream That gives stimulus and high blood pressure to the end that one may either fight or run as seems best Civilization has taken away mans enemies in the physical sense so that most of his fears are imaginary but he still works only when he has to The subconscious mind is tricky When it finds that the crybaby set wont work it has recourse to other methods such as is demonstrated in the fatigue com plex which effectively acts as a deterrent to work Its the subcon scious mind working when most women break down blowup or have to take a prolonged vacation Baby in the first hour of his life has two fears only Dr Sadler de of falling and fear of sudden noises From these with the aid of his parents and those who surround him he builds up all the other fears that assail him in life whichgrow like weeds in a garden The parents job is to sublimate fear thot into forethot in the child said Dr Sadler who is the author of a score of books on psychology Those First 60 Minutes Its tho first GO minutes of life that are going lo determine wbeth or your child is going to be a cry baby all his life continually at tempting to creep back into the nur least in his subconscious whether hes going to be a prop to lean against and a man In his own right Pampering a baby in that first hour Is only shifting the burden of unspoillng him or her on to his teachers in school and to their helpmates in married life Dr Sad ler warns ANNOUNCE MARRIAGE OF MISS BONNER Announcement is being made of the marriage of Miss Bernette Bon ner daughter of Supt and Mrs George B Eonner of the North western railroad Mason City to A C Giger of Belle Plalne The vows were exchanged June 16 in Belle Plalne before the Rev W B Milne pastor of the Clear Lake Congrega tional church Miss Bonner whose former home is in Eagle Grove has been employed In the office of the master mechanic at Belle Platne for the past four years Mr Giger is the manager of the Belle Canning BROTHER TO VlsiT AT REDFIELDS R H Redfleia ana sou Herbert of Spokane Wash are expected here Sunday to visit with Mr Red fields brother H E Redfleid 915 North Washington avenue The Washington man is attorney in Spokane NEIGHBORHOOD HAS PICNIC AND FIREWORKS A neighborhood picnic ia tho vi cinity of Ninth street and North Madison avenue was held Thursday evening on the beautiful lawns ot the Artemas Brown and the W R Willis homes Lanterns were strung about the grounds and tables were arranged to accommodate the pic nickers at supper time The fire works were pooled and were shot off later in the evening Families joining in the fun were those of Dr and Mrs C F Starr Mr and Mrs Ward Hamilton Mr and Mrs Artemas Brown Mr and Mrs Harold Campbell Mrs Minnie Campbell Mr and Mrs H C Riefp Mrs Claudlne Coleman Mr and Mrs W R Willis Mr and Mrs Cur tis Yelland Mr and Mrs Clarence Burrets Mr and Mrs John Gasse and the guests of Mr and Mrs Willis Mrs Thomas andthe two Misses Von Krog of Eldora and Merrill Gaffney of Sioux City CORNET DUET ON BANDS PROGRAM Andrews and Bolts to Play The Swiss Boy by Bent A treat is promised Mason City music lovers with the announcement of a cornet duet by C J Andrews and H Bolts at the municipal baud concert of East park Sunday eve ning Mr Andrews showed his abil ity as a soloist on the program of the land last Sunday The Swiss Boy is the selection chosen by the trumpeters as their duet number Mr Andrews homa is at New London and Mr Bolts at Hampton Both men are playing their first season with the band MUNICIPAL BAND CONCERT East Park Sunday Evening at 8 oclock March Polonaise Chopin Overture Poet ana Peasant von Suppo Cornet Duet Tho Swiss Boy Bent C J Andrews nnd H Botts Aunkening of Hio Intermission Hjinffnrinn Dnnucs Numbers 7 nnd 8 Brnhms Invitation a la Vnlse Webor a Tim The SwnllnivM Klniu March The Worlds Herbert The numbers chosen indicate an exceptional concert Sunday evening Outstanding numbers of some of the greatest composers are on the pro gram The first march Polonaisa Mllitaire Chopin is an example of the character of the program as a whole Overture Poet and Peasant voa Suppe which holds the placeof hon or in the minds of baudmen Is classed with that other Immortal William Hungarian Dances numbers 7 and 8 Brahms and Invitation a la Valse Weber are but two more of the classics and near classics scheduled by the band MRS BEEWER TO GIVE PARTY FOR MRS BURRETS Mrs Horace Beemer 65 River Heights drive will entertain as La luncheon Saturday at the home for Mrs Clarence Burrets who leavea soon for her new home in California Mrs Lillian Anthony of Jefferson Ohio will be among the guests ot the afternoon PAULEY FAMILY HAS JPJONIO ON SHELL ROCK Members of the nmr picnicked Thursday on the banks of v v of the Shell Rock river east of here i h McMillan has been acting for three riEPLOWMcBIILLAN FAYETTE July Gladys McMillan wore aatuiday In the group were Mr and Mrs C O Pauley and family of Chicago years as tester for the Payette as sociation No 1 They will Mrs RE Pauley and family and Dr and Mrs J L Fauley and fam ily a position as manager of the dairy department COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE Get Your Share of These Savings in Our JULY CLEARAN 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