The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 1, 1934 · Page 26
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May 1, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 26

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·* ·?' TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CHILDREN REAL VICTIMS OF DEPRESSION To Keep Buttons On. Try fastening buttons on,active children's clothes with a piece of soft elastic. Instead of sewing thread through the holes, put the elastic through and sew the ends securely to the cloth. The "give" keeps buttons from tearing off so easily.--Parents' Magazine. Conscientious Handling of Food Protects the Health of Your Children Our choice Beef and Lamb, kept and maintained under proper refrigeration insures your child's health. Our careful selection of cuts for broth, etc., enables you to carry out your diet program successfully. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF BERBER'S STRAINED VEGETABLE SOUP FOR BABIES CARL GRUPP'S QUALITY $£? FOOD SHOP Child Will Find Cutting Things Happy Pastime One of the easiest and most absorbing amusements of children is "cutting out." Sometimes it is paper dolls, sometimes pictures for" scrap books, but whatever it is, most children use scissors at some time or other. To many the fun comes late because the management of scissors is considered both too difficult and too dangerous for tiny tots. In point of fact very little things of three can be taught to "cut out" if someone will take the time and trouble to do it. While mother is doing the family mending she can show the baby how to hold scissors and, at first guiding his hand then merely giving occasional help, or a word of instruction when he is too wildly off the line, she can succeed in teaching him to follow broad out- 'ine. 14 Children in 16 Years. LEE, N. H. (UP)--Though Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jennison have been married only 16 years, they have had 14 children--all boys. The father, a 37 year old Yankee, supports bis family on $21.60 a week earned as an automobile mechanic. NEW PRINCE POSES "THE FUTURE one hundred and twenty-fifth Mikado of Japan, infant son of Emperor Hirohito and Empress Nagako is photographed on the one hundredth day of his life, the first picture made of him. The baby, who weighed seven anc one-eighth pounds at birth, has been christened Tsugunomiya Akihito, which means 'the wise and successful prince." CAREFULLY WATCHING AND SAFEGUARDING NEW LIVES KIRK PHOTO BY DON HELBLING . . . An Institution of Humanity... Where Sympathetic Nurses Stand by... Watching W ith Tender Affection the Moulding of New Lives Into Healthful Little Bodies KIRK PHOTO BY DON HELBLTNG ST JOSEPH'S MERCY HOSPITAL FOREST PARK Most Ills Visited on Youngsters Cleveland Psychiatrist Points Out Gain in Problems. CLEVELAND (UP) -- The children of the nation--who suffered mental and physical ills-were the real sufferers of depression, in the belief of Dr. Henry C. Schumacher, widely known Cleveland psychiatrist and director of the Child Guidance clinic here. The result of such suffering has been an increase in child delinquencies and problems, Dr. Schumacher pointed out -in his annual report to clinic trustees, On Relief Bolls. However, in the cases of children of persons, who. even in prosperous times, were on relief rolls, a decided improvement in mental health is shown, he said. "The depression brought stability to this group. Relief wag certain--there was increased food and stability, and since the neighbor next door was on, relief too, the contrasts vanished," the psychiatrist said. Mental Disturbance. In the group of persons on the verge of becoming dependent, there, has been the greatest disturbance to children's mental and physical well-being, according to Dr. Schumacher. He said that open rebellion against 1 parents was evident, with boys taking to petty stealing and truancy. He added that the same situation has been true uf the "comfortable" group, made less comfortable by depression. "There has been great disillusionment among adolescents. They feel they have been let down by society, their established ideas rudely shaken. I have talked with .many who express a definite fear of growing up." Dr. Schumacher said. Infant Wear Featured in Lundberg's Extensive Changes in Baby Fashions in Half Century. The infant wear department of the D. K. Lundberg and company store is maintained on the principle of giving the least trouble to the mother who is making the purchase The arrangement of the garments, their relation to the children's department and the general display of the merchandise is designed to facilitate the task of making the necessary purchases. Knitwear, toddlers, creepers, dresses, bibs, underwear and other goods are maintained In this department. 'Progress, evident in all phases of life. lias also made its appearance in infant wear. There is a far cry between, the garments worn by a mo'd- ern 193-1 baby and the infant of 1875 as there is between the clothes worn by the grownups. The latest trend in infant and children's wear has been to de- . sign and make the garments in such a fashion that they- will make the least possible work for mother. Clothes are made with the idea of having the child don them himself at the earliest possible moment. To do that they must be simple and easily put on. All of these things have been uppermost in the minds of the D. K. Lundberg company n maintaining an infant department. Found Mother After 24 Years. CLEBURNE, Tex., (UP)-After 24 years, Oscar Adams has found his mother. When Adams was still a baby his father and mother separated and he was left in custody of his father in Oklahoma. Attain- ng manhood, Adams started search for his mother. After narrowly missing her in the quest which led here, he finally ocated his mother, who bad married again.

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