Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1948 · Page 25
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 25

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 22, 1948
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All Can Builders of Kingdom building the earth °Ps, are of God ^ the bfsh the aPr i ^ the ni n PP ,° rt needed ° h " is that the K?n £ ° ne of the builders l °™ of God a * defi- as added. mitment, every insistence on fair play, every expression of honor, every unselfish service, less fear allayed, every contribution of hope, every bequest of peace to an individual or to a group, every life managed wisely every life inspired to walk the upward way, every encouragement given to another, every sorrow assuaged, every yearning for the truth that sets men free from the bondage of ignorance and superstition, every acceptance of the Golden Rule in determining one's attitude and conduct, every 'wrong made right,' every noble impulse every response to duty, every vindication of a maligned brother every sacrifice for a worthy cause. "Every tribute to decency, every aid given to the worthy poor, every protection given to the helpless weak, every lift given a discouraged or overburdened soul, every act of graciousness, every manifestation of goodness, every rejection of expediency, every act motivated by principle, every pledge of personal allegiance to Christ every witnessing of faith in God Project Your Movies with the KODASCOPE EIGHT-33 This smartly styled projector will give you brilliant screen results with a projection throw of as much as 18 feet—yet it affords renerous-sized movies at a distance of as little as 5i feet. Easy to operate, has f/2 lens, 500-watt lamp. Accessory lamps available. Come In and see. this fine 8mm. 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These children need Ihe feeling that there are some things that are theirs alone. But, at the age of 6, says Miss Alessandrini, children are first becoming aware that they belong to a group and to a community. It is then parents can begin to teach them by example and through participation in group activities, that they must share with others in order ,to enjoy the benefits belonging to all. Belong to Group And what better time is there she asks, than at Yuletide, when whole families and communities get together to enjoy the giving and receiving of gifts. "How often have we seen children making a grab for the toys of other children as well as repelling all attempts of other children to play with their toys. This is the time when junior can be taught that if he will let other children play with his toys, he in turn will be permitted to share their toys." Thj s is a comparatively simple thing to do, she says, because junior's interest span in any one object, is short, It won't be long before his attention will be diverted to some other object. "Should junior insist upon play- mg with Johnny's toy, the alert parent can engage his interest in a substitute toy almost immediately, by displaying an active interest m it. Then as junior's and Johnny s interests wane, their toys can be exchanged," she says. Encourage Generosity Children love to bask in the favor of their parents, says Miss Alessandrini. Should junior be aware that you favor his sharing his toys or sweets with his friends or others, he is more likely to continue doing so. Again, children are great observers, she says. They'll watch you making up Christmas packages to be sent to less fortunate children here and ovex'seas and soon bring some of their own toys to you to be added to the packages, or make up their own. "I know of clubs of youngsters saving their pennies to buy things for children at the recreation center," says Miss Alessandrini. They had learned to do so by observing the kinds of things their school and religious organizations were doing." Christmas is a great time for parties, she says. Here junior can learn that there are certain activities only to be enjoyed as a group. He will have to share with others and in so doing learn that only by sharing can he have the greatest enjoyment. LeRoy, Minn.—Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamon went to Northfield to attend the funeral of Mrs. Ole Grove. Dec. 21, 1948 J) Mai«n City GUbe-Gaitilt, Mu»n City. U. ANOTHER GENERATION It has been over 50 years since 81 year old A. L. Shocker, of Maquoketa, taught in Fairfield No. 2 rural school. But another generation is carrying on; his granddaughter, Mrs, Donna Suthers, a now the teacher at "No. 2." MACKET'S Furniture Shop MIRRORS RESILVERED 417 2nd Street N. W. 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