The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 27, 1936 · Page 23
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April 27, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 23

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN Lake's Big Baby Thrives CIJ5AR LAKE--Henry Linne, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrsi Henry Linne, who was one month old Sunday, now weighs 17 pounds, having gained one pound since birth. According to records he 5s the second largest baby born in the United Stales that has lived to this age. Linne Baby More Active Than Most Infant; Holds Eecord for Se-* cond Largest in U.S. CLEAR LAKE--Clear Lake's foremost baby, whose picture has appeared in newspapers from coast to coast for its extraordinary size is thriving daily. Henry Linne, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Linne, South Oak street, who was one month old Sunday, now weighs 17 pounds, having gained one pound since birth. He was 22 inches long at birth and since has grown one and one-half inches, while the average child at birth is 20 1 ,!inches. His head circumference is 16 inches in comparison to the average child's head of 14 Vi inches and is eight inches across the shoulder in comparison to the average child with a six inch shoulder measurement The mother has entertained visitors daily, some coming from Des Moines, Minneapoli: and many from Mason City am Clear Lake. She has received gifts for the child, one coming from Chicago. Several three months' old children have been visitors o Henry, Jr., but in all cases Henry surpasses them in size The mother says that her youngest child is far more ac tive than any. of her other cb.il dren and is a good baby, re quiring very liti e attention. Book Gives Resume of Big Conference One of the outstanding sociological achievements of re Hove Baby's Clothes LAUNDERED or ZORIC Dry Cleaned at IDEAL AMERICAN LAUNDRY Of course, you are proud of your baby--and you'll be proud of his, or her, clothes, too, when they're returned from the Ideal American. Laundry service that's marvelous-and clothes cleaned the ZORIC way, come back Clean, Bright and Absolutely ODORLESS. fit! IT'S Time to Take the DRAB out of the DRAPERIES Take down those run-down draperies. The duller a n d droopier they are when you send them to us, the wider you'll open your eyes when we bring; them back. For Zoric dry cleaning puts the crisp crinkle back into taffetas; the sunshine back into flowered cretonnes; restores the first-day bloonf to printed linens; the soft, rich elegance to damasks and tapestries, brocades and reps and velvets. ZOFtiCl Ideal American Layndry AND ZORIC DRY CLEANERS Be An "Ideal American" Customer IT'S PHONE 22 cent years was the white house conference on child health and protection. The findings of this conference are contained in a recently published book. Every adult who ia interested in children's welfare, and this naturally includes parents, teachers, study groups and those in charge of children's institutions, will find this vital and conclusive study essential to thorough understanding- of today's children. Subjects covered are New Parenthood for Old, Habits in the Making, tne Home in Transition, Modern Education, Handicapped and Rebellious Children and the Children of Tomorrow. Care Is Needed in Introducing Goods New foods should be introduced to a child during his preschool years for at this age he learns to like oew flavors and textures more readily than late :' When he is discovering himself in his physical universe, he should learn to meet, as friends, those foods in which nature has placed all of the elements his body needs. Although it is possible to make up an adequate diet using only a few foods, this is an unnatural diet, and both adults and children find the monotony of the fare tiresome. The new emphasis in nutrition is upon proper balance of necessary food elements. Special- LITTLE TOTS ORGANDY DRESSES Pastel Shades, Permanent Finish, Guaranteed Colorfast. SIZES 1 TO 3 SIZES 4 TO 6 29° 39 NEWBERRYS 5-1O-'25 ITOREV 21-23 SO. FEDERAL AVE. I Coolerator of what yow eSpssct fib pay for such a fina'-foig frigerato*- and give Air-Conditioned ve eralion in a strikin beautiful c-abi.net snowy wliite Dulua: fin- i»h and e-ver brig-fet chromium, Coolerator Aos rfie patented Air-Conditioned chamber. As th« ait in the food compartment constantly passes through this chamber it is wadb- ed^ purified and humidified Strong food odors are eKminated. Foods dry out less, you do not need to cover dishes. Foods stay fresh longer^ taste batter. Uses Seo ia an amusing new way, from the bottom of the cake only; giving faster circulation and maintaining a uniformly cold temperature whether the ice chamber is full or nearly empty. Under owfoiapy conditions Coolerater needs to be to- teed only onoe every 4 to 7 days. CRYSTAL LAKE ICE AND FUEL CO. Phone 213 20 First St. S. E,

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