The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 1, 1934 · Page 16
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May 1, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE VITAMINS ARE VITAL TO GOOD HEALTH White Favorite for Children of Queen of Belgium BRUSSELS W--White is the favorite color or Astrid, new queen of the Belgians. She invariably dresses her children in white and she her- self is often seen in white during, the summer. In the royal palace here she has a white bedroom and boudoir and her entire suite at the royal villa in Ostend has walls and furniture painteJ white. White carpets and Hangings are used, and even the flowers in the crystal bowls and vases have to be white. Child Has 37 Mothers. AMHERST JUNCTION, Wis. (UP)--Miss Jean Carlson, four, has acquired 37 toothers as the result o£ her adoption by the Kenneth S. Wells auxiliary of the American Legion. Jean's mother and father were killed in an automobile accident two years ago. SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUAJUTJT FOB LESS -- SINCE 1920 Baby Week May I to5 Baby Week May I to 5 ·V- "MOM! Don't Forget Me and Sister!" Baby needs style as well as comfort. Here you will find everything for baby froni underthings to its coat and dress. COAT AND HAT SETS--Priced $2.50 and up SHAWLS-^Priced $1.47 and up SWEATER SETS--S1.39 and iip GIRLS' WASH FROCKS--59c and up--for all ages--2 to 8 years Some of them are patterned after the quaint styles worn in "Little Women," others have dash and chic favored by the small Princess Elizabeth of England. They're all fashioned of tubfast cottons. All dainty colors. Other becoming styles for the growing girls of ages 10 to 14 years. In wash frocks, linens, voiles, sheers and stripes. Priced from $1.00 to $5.95. COATS FOR BABY AND HER BIGGER SISTERS Silk and woolen coats in all ages from 1 to 14 years. Styles most becoming, "fabrics the choicest, colors the newest and best and at moderate , *-| /»Q and prices «pl«U«J up GIRLS' UNDERTHINGS PRICED FROM 39c to 59c Panties and slips in several styles, for ages 2 to 6 years. "SEE YOU TOMORROW" Sweater Sets For Girls Beautiful new colorings in every smart ^ style for ages 2 to 10 ' years. Priced from-- Character of Foods Explained Dr. Tidwell Tells Work of Vai-ious Kinds of Vitamins. By Harold F. Tidwell, M. D. Vitamin is a term which has come into common usage to designate a substance contained in certain natural foods. During the past few years, the American public has been bombarded w i t h advertisements, both in written articles and radio broadcasts, concerning the value 'and necessity of vitamins in the diet. Some of the claims arc rather fantastic and extravagant. Though the chemical character of vitamins has not been determined, the various foods that contain them have been identified. These accessory food substances or vitamins rank in importance with fats, proteins, carbohydrates, mineral salts and water to provide normal growth and development of the child. The dietary need for vitamins was first brought to the attention of scientists ' by reports of ill effects resulting from lack of fresh foods in the diets of sailors. After experimentation, these conditions were corrected when certain additions were ma.de to the diet At the present time, there are six vitamins known, and it is likely that in years to come others may be added to the list. The ones now known are called vitamins A, B, C, D. B and G. It has been very definitely proved that certain deficiency diseases disappear as soon as the vitamin is included in the diet. Vitamin A Aids Growth. Vitamin A, sometimes called the anti-infective vitamin, is known to promote growth and it seems to aid in preventing infections of the body particularly of the eyes. If the diet Is markedly deficient in this vitamin, we find a child of stunted growth and poor physical development and one who is susceptible to various infections, among which may be mentioned pus infections of the ears and sinuses and a severe ulcerative condition of the eyes known as Xerophthalmia. It is thought that vitamin A-has some protective influence over rickets. The chief sources of this vitamin are milk, cream, cheese, egg yolk, livers of animals whose diet has been such that would provide a storage of vitamin A, cod liver oil, halibut liver oil and the green and yellow vegetables. This vitamin does not exist in the vegetable fats. Vitamin B in Many Foods. The importance of. vitamin B, or anti-neurotic vitamin, was 'first noted . when many cases of a nerve disease called beriberi occurred in the Japanese navy. The diet of the sailors consisted almost entirely ot polished rice. When barley was substituted for the rice, the disease disappeared. Experimenters found that a similar condition could be produced in fowls by feeding polished rice and was readily cured when the potisbings were fed to the (Turn In I'aec 10. Column B) /^ARBONATION does more ^/than bring sparkling bubbles to your favorite bottled beverage. This health-insuring process prevents lurking germs and makes these beverages the purest drink for young and old. Our bottled carbonated beverages contain only the finest sugar, pure water, and wholesome taste-tempting flavors. Made in a modern sanitary plant; every bottle sterilized, and the product hermetically sealed. Drink abundantly! These beverages are good--and good for you. MASON CITY BOTTLING CO. Phone 85 701 S. Federal Bottled Carbonated Beverages I Esr^sffA-l^.tlHt^i'aft: Fa Wt* ui -. d kaov A. i-jo-fa. CJ *«ra -W r-- -*·» «·» »·· - J . --

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