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March 12, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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\1 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 12 Ml 1931 MK§L R. H. VOLLAND SPEAKS ON IOWA STATE PARK SYSTEM . "Departiiient Hears Talk on Beauties Co-OperAtkn in Passage o: Survey Bill , ' Asked. i- 1 ·Iowa Beautiful Land" was Mrs R. H. (VoUand's topic for an illustrates lecture delivered at the meet- Ing of the outdoor life department of the Woman's club Wednesday afternoon In the library assembly. Mrs. Volland Is treasurer of the Iowa Federation of Woman's clubs and a member of the ^tate board of conservation. * · r "The 37 parks and three preserves , which Iowa has were brot in largely during- the administration of the first board of conservation of which Mrs. C. H. McNider .* was a member," Mrs. Vollahd said in beginning her talk. We are tryingfto carry on their ttjork and sometimes it is not as ei^sy as' it mignt se'em. Ever since Iowa §ot herself, out of, the mud the parks have beenused more because of the highway facili- " 3e» · i · , . ' , ( , . '"We '.are now trying to 1 -. have /a bill passed ijrovlduig fbr a \2!( year 'system' whjch wiH'call for a survey of recreational resources of Iowa t to be made by a landscape engineer who will draw up a, state wide plan for park improvement, 'The plan is to be made by someone, not ah lowan, to v guard against local or, sectional pull. Half of the money will be taken from the fund of the park board and half from the fish and game fund and your co -operation is needed. Need More Land. "It is necessary to have large! areas for parks because of the crowds which are increasing. Mor'e than 30,000 persons visited a park of ^,16 acres last summer.' Much has been provided'for the conventenc of these visitors. ) ' . , . "The beauty of Iowa is not.lik the'baauty of ty^ other place lowans have injured their state by complaining about it, its weather its bank failures, its land deprecta tlon until they have ruined it credit Pride in Iowa should b stimulated. ' Mrs. Volland then conducted th group on a tour of the low* park beginning- at Cedar Rapid* thru her slides. The pallsadei of the Cedar rivter Were shown and it WM pointed out that much la being done to combat pollution of the water by sewage.-"Near Anamou. is the Wapsiplnlcgn park notable for its rock formations, woodland aid the Wapslptaicon river," she said. A fish nursery haa been established here to cate for fish as they come from the hatchery. Mississippi Water, Front "Three miles north, of Miquoketa _,, a 16 acre tract which is too amal for the number of people who vUlt it. Plans are being mad* to. purchase an adjoining 60 acres. This park is especially Interesting gfch logically. We have only one piece onr the Mississippi river neat Du- b'uque ^The work the people of Belle view have done along the river front is particularly commendable. They have cleaned up the old river front, and planted grass from ie main street which runs parallel :o the river down to the shore; v " 'In Clayton county is (Little ,Blx- by park notable for its ice caves* Near, Strawberry Point Jhe river makes ia hairpin turn' and th'e land In between is another park. It 18 wooded with white pines. The park mown as Wall Lake n*ar M- dQrais an example of ; what is lappening to our smaller lakes. It s being filled up.^ Some plan will iave;to. be devised for'the preven- ion of this. We need'some .shallow akes for the ducks to:use as breed- rig places. Clear Lake Beat "Clear Lake'is the finest. family ake in Iowa and we .are fortunate o'.'have'700 feet of lake shore.with a good' beach. -We are .alto fortiin- ,te In having-the swamp .area there This is National Business Women's Week, March 8 to 14. New Spring HATS IN THE POPULAR ROUGH BRAIDS AND BAKUS \, 5 9* Small and Large Head Sizes CRAWFORDS Millinery 6t Dress Shop orth Federal idason City F T U R E S · You can work positive wonders with your home by adding a new lighting, fixture here and there. And on^sueh ,amall payments! Do investigate. 1 Ceiling Fixture Modernistic Brac. . French Gotcl ket. . Silver Fin- Finish .../. Ivory Uh . . . Frosted Glass. . Glass. $16^50 $5.25 lantern W a l l Candle-Cup Wall : Bracket . . . An- Bracket . . P«\v- tiqua Bronze. ter. Very special PEQPLES GAS CO. For Better Appliances" MAKE. THIS MODEL AJ HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE '15 -CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN Pattern 1M« By ANNS ADAMS V A charming' and youthful frock easily mad« in school or 'at horrie, has a flared cap* collar that dips fh back, nearly to the waistline. It ia extremely flattering. Th« shirt flare join* in curve* that correspond wltn the line* of the collar. A ribbon aash may be tied where most becoming; to the individual figure. Pattern 1930 make* up beku- tlfully in geofget, voile, lawn, organdy or flat cr«pei-whit« for con- flhstetfon and one of the lovely pastels for festive occasions. May b« obtained only in st«s 8, 10, 12/14 and 16, Six* 10 requires 2% yards of 39 inch .fabric.' -'No dressmaking experience Is necessary to make this model with our pattern. Yardage for every* »I«e, and simple, exact instruction* are given. s . Bend 15 cents in-coins or stamps (coin* preferred), for each patUrn. Write plainly your name, address, and style .number. Be sure to state size wanted. "The new spring ind Hummer pat/ tern catalog is now ready. It; features an, excellent" assortment pf afternoon ports and house dresjes, lingerie, pajamas »arid 'Jtlddies' · clQthes. Price of cataldg^ IS cents. Catalog with pattern, 2p cents.. Address all mail abd'ordtrs to Globe- v Gazette Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth street, New York City. " * Which contains many examples of swamp 'plants' and flowers. "Pilot Knob near Forest City held undisputed for a time the/reputa- lon, of being the highest point in owa. A-.road has'been built to the lop and there is Dead Man's lake there. \ j "In Koesuth county near Algona in the east aide of the Des Moines river the 'Ambrose A. Call park i» ocated. The Calls were the fffat vhite family which came and stayefe n this district. Tuttle's lake- has ecehtly. been'gtven aa a park. . Jt Is the' lowa'Minriesota linei Lost Island park is in Clay county, jit is k good picnic area and. has a wide irarlety of trees.' - ' Cactus Native Plant 'Gltchimazutou park is In the orner of tEe state 'near Minnesota and South Dakota. It has quartz- ye deposits and also cictus grows ere, 1 which Is untts'ual for an area'' o far north. Down the BiOkix river eat Hawrden, Is Oak GroV* park and In Calhoun county there is forth Twin take. The south lake as filled up, "On.'the' Des MoinM river la Dol- iveri »arkA?;ni.inea ; 'io? 'e-Mnitor mtmfvSSift?. ril*t%«r pfrif bv ow BOOB*, is interisting for'-thfe nature hikes which are conducted y the custodian. Carl Kenning 1 , who s a "naturalist and scientist The Elbert tract near Valley Junction Is evel and' unspectacular, but it has walnut grove and th» largest red Ims-in lowk; .: . '' ;. "In Madisbn county ' is Devil's j J^ckbohe park, which has been re-1 Lamed Pamell park, Keosauqua in be ox-bow turn of the Dei Moines iver, is the second largest park. It as all the early spring flowera and He shrubs, such as shadberry, red- "iUd, wild plum and wlid:.crab. it Biq Giant Cake Twice ^fie lather in hardett water Made from IOO% Fin?st COCOANUT OIL For Easter .. . . The fashionable world has given its unqualified approval . to flowers -- as Easter 'gifts-^-ahd to flowers--as holiday decoration. Let . ua have your order early. . / FLOWERPHONE 3782 . FLOWERlS 16 First Street S. E. ·1930 should be connected to the · state pVk,?' ,, Mrs. Volland concluded her . : talk by saying that the newly found .meaning of the word' Iowa,*, "This it the place," Is' jusl as significant aa the old, "Beautiful land." Bits About'em Mrs. A. L. -Rule and daughter, Edith, left Thursday f6r Idwa City where they wiU\»pend the weekend and visit Miss Margaret Rule, student in-the University of Iowa. * * » / Mrs. R. L. Goltz, 539 Tenth street northwest, left Wednesday for Rock Island, HI., for an extended visit with relatives. She expects to be feone abotot a month. ^ j - L --"""*~~»X*t'»'5--«y i rk* -- j_,»^^ --ij^c- Mr. and -Mr*. William' Palmate'er, 129 Eleventh street northeast, will leave April 1 for Rock Island, HI, where they will make their home. i * * » Mrs. Ella-Re*d 'of Rock Falls is Visiting at the' home of- Mr. ana Mrs. George Hurst, B19 Twelfth street northweat. ' ; ' - ' . · * ' . * · ' '*' . : ' . Mrs. Margaret Hughes, 310 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, and her daughter, .Mr*. M. J. Barry of Seattle, Wash., have left for Rochester, Minn., where'Mrs. Barry will go thru the''Clinic. Mrs. Barry' was formerly Miss Reglna Hughes 'of Mason City. ,.-. -,·-:'··-. ' . - . : . ' · . * » . :*' ' . ' . ' ' i Mrs., William Hathorn, 654 ' Basf State street, will go to Nora Springs Friday where' she.,will 'be th* speaker, at a Club meeting.-Miss .Ruth Stevens, 32V. Washing ton avenue northwes t,' Will ac 5 ompahy, her and will.sing.at the meeting. . ·' ' '.:.'... .'..·',;··'*, · * · . . - . ' : . . . ' . Lyall R...Smith, 819 East State street; baa returned from Iowa State Teachers', college', Cedar Falls, aite: ittendlnsf the wjnter term; and wil'- be in Miaon City'for the present time. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George A^ Smith.' ' / ' ' ' · ; . - *' * · * . i 'Milton Decker,, 112 Ninth street Hortheast,' left Thursday evening for Chicago where he win '«pend the, week-end: . ' " " · · · ' - ' · · - j ,; ·,"·: .·.-'· : .*; :«- ·'.·-, · . . ' . \ ; Mr. and Mrs. .Asa Leroy Briar 126 Seventh'street, northeast, gpeni Thursday in Clarion.-. . ' :. · * ' * ; » · / . . . ; ': Mr.\andMrs. CSeorge Hardln hav left 'for .their ihonqe in -kansia Gib iMo.,rafter,.spending 'several .weet - Iwith -Mra.i Hardin 1 *:: hrqtheiS; Cliffor Hnglet, ia4ajCarb1Itia avenue''hb'rtJ x east Before,returning:home the will visit .rtlatlyts .In i Chicago an'; Peorla, HI. They "were accompantr home by thelr_.aunt, Mrs. ,W, I ' . Fagin, 1307 'South -Fede'ral avenu ; who will be in Kansas City for a indefinite length of time. DELTA ALPHA'CLASS TQ GIVE FIRST IN LENTEN TEA SERIES Following' a custom which ht: been -oSweevfed tot many years, th Delta Alpha clsi -win;hold the firs of a series of Lenten teas Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles E. Cooper. 725 Hampshire avenue northeast The program will consist of lAuslc and a reading-'and all meiinhers -of the Delta Alpha claas^and .friends.haye he«n Invited to, attend^ ·'·'./ x ''·'.:. "·','· ; _ . . , - V y . ^ . - ··'. ;·;,, KBUSE-ODLANlJ,, ;'·'.;·· ' -. CriARION.'.March, 12-^On ilarch,- 41, Miss Odlaod, daughter of Henry Odland,. fanner near-Clarion, and Peter Kruse, of Parkersburg- took out a license to marry. ; R. B. Irons - Gives Talk at Meeting Madison P. T. A. to Give Banquet for Eighth Grade Pupils. Supt. R. B Irons gave the principal address at tne meeting of the Madison P. T. A. Wednesday afternoon at the school, speaking on "Our Responsibilities to Qur Children." He ( reported on the meeting of the department of superintendents' of the National ^Education association held in Detroit emphasizing the need for training for parenthood and the-necessity for knowledge of the whole child--its physical, _ mental and moral health-looking forward to the development of the child. /R. L. Jackson- gave'a brief talk on the necessity of everyone's voting at the coming city election Mrs.'R. R. Neske read the message of the state president 'on fellowship Mrs. Glen Wallace.led community sjnging. , ' · \ .1 It was" voted "to 'have a (.banquet fo*_the eighth grade graduates an'd a committee was appointed to include Miss Carrie Pfahler, Mrs' Herman Anderson, Mrs Carl Jones Mrs. Leewrlght i and Mrs. H. Wright The committee for the summer roundup includes ,Mrs Frank Cook, Mrs. McCauley, Mrs. Harry Russell and Mrs. F. Wright. Delegates Jo the convention pf Parents and Teachers to be held March^. 21-..in Mason City will be Mrs. George Nelson, Mrs. E E Johnson, Mrs. Kassel, Mrs. Eldridge, Mrst Maillard and Mrs. Glenn Wallace, v Conferences were held with the teachers following the meeting. Mrs. v Claude Wallace, Mrs. Martin Rasmussen, Mrs. M. M. Atkinson, Mrs.^Lewis Erickson and MrsrCarl Olson were in charge of the social hour. ' Children Often Meet New Experience With Doubt, Distrust, Fear ,By ALICE/JUDSON PEALE' Certain types of children meet every experience with a kind of natural eagerness, while others seem Inherently distrustful , of whatever is new and strange. They must first discover Mow the new thing acts before they go toward it to investigate or befriend : It. Tbjs type of child is particularly open to fear, disgust, shrinking or aversion: whenever, these -are suggested 'to -him. . If he spends his days in charge of an adult wJho ia always cautioning and warning^him while he plays, ha'is likely^to/.^tow up. afraid oS entirely too many things, and therefore unhappily limited in the range of his learning and'experience. Such a" child, should on the" contrary, be encouraged t;o meet new experiences with interest and pleas- ure. If he stops to look at a beetle making its way across the porch floor, look at it with hlnv help him to notice its feelers, its hairy legs, pointing out that it Is a wonderfully interesting creature. s The nest of field mice he discovers is as worthy of his delight as are the newly-hatched, robins on the lawn. - i . ,, The loud and formidable steam roller he may regard with appre- henslon'until his attention is drawn to the way it is smoothing the pavement and making it fine for Daddy's automobile. The moaning shriek of th4 vacuum cleaner may frighten him until he sees how nicely it picks the crumbs, and fiizz from the carpet, and discovers that with one finger he-can turn it on or off. ^aily living offers countless opportunities to help such a child overcome his apprehenstvenesa Watch for the signs" pf fear ana" disarm It thru interest.. Encourage familiarity with whatever naturally interests him. Look Young With Mello»glo Beautiful women, admired for youthful complexions, use MELLO- GLO, the new wonderful French process face, powder.. Purest · and' smoothest powder known Staye on longer. No flaky or pastj* look No grime or" grit. _MELLO-GLO prevents large pores and never smarts or feels dry. Blends naturally with any complexion* Demand 'MellOTglo; Damon's, Inc. · . ! / Stunning NEW SHOES of quality but* not expensive ' 'Beige! Blue! Blacic! 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