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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Firm Adds Equipment FOREST CITY July cook shanty measuring 30 feet in length nine feet wide and six feet high ia the new addition to the camp outCit of the Fox Construction company Mr Fox has two large gangs work ing this summer The shack will lie used by the group of workers near Fort Dodge When better clgarets are made every factory will make Ioulsvllle Times Save the Buy the Diamond ot RAY Tv T p SENEY Difference S15 and up Rockwell to Hold Annual Field Day ROCKWELL July wells annual Field Day meet will be held Thursday Aug 8 A ball game in theafternoon and a dance in the evening together with other sports and attractions will consti tute the program of the day Heat Slows Harvesting of Whittemore Farmers WH1TTEMORE July farmers in this locality have about completed harvesting oats Several In their fields Sunday in order to get the work done Little head way couid be made during the past week due to the heat Teams had to be changed several times during the day FOR THE THHE growing child with his trices A sant activity needs a generous proportion of energysupplying foods Bread contains a large amount of starch and protein which when utilized in the body provides this energy It is easily digested and al most completely assimilated by the hody The childs hunger Is satisfied hy a food which he likes an important place in the diet of the normal indi vidual and properly baked bread made with milk w a wholesome nutritious and inexpensive food COURT OF HONOR CLOSES PERIOD AT SCOUT CAMP Bairds and Rusty Hinges En tertain at Stunt Night Program The T2 Boy Scouts attending the sixth period of Camp Roosevelt the Camp of the North Iowa Council in v entura Heights on Clear Lake en joyed an interesting program on stunt night Saturday evening The Rusty Hinge quartet com posed of W Earl Hall Earl Dean Dr Ray Kunz and Fred Shaffer were according to the camp of ftI cials at their best In addition to the Rusty Hinge I quartet the scouts were entertained I by George Baird and William Baird These two were received enthus iastically and presented many mus ical numbers with a saxophone and piano accordion Several trios pleased the crowd and of particu lar interest to those present was an given by William Baird with one of the members of his puppet show Rusty Hinges Sing The Rusty Hinge quartet Inter spersed the stunt night features and the campfire closed at oclock considerably later than usual More than 500 visitors were pres ent at the Boy Scout Court of Hon or held at camp Sunday afternoon and one of the largest groups of candidates to receive awards dur ing this years camping season was on hand The Court of Honor was to have ceen presided over by the district three court of honor committee In their absence Ray Jorgenson pre sided over the meeting The peak of the afternoons court of honor program was the presen tation of an Eagle scout degree to James Hinshaw of troop 35 Floyd This presentation was made bv C A B Sherman a member of the rom A HInsl of honor and commissioned h i Presented North Iowa council Fol MASOK CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SUES COAST FLYER Convention Discarded by College Paternity Tielng up the 814000 airplane that was presented to Loren Mendell and Relnlmrdt for their endurance flight that set a new world record at Culver City Eleanor Merry ahove ot Los Angeles has filed attach ment proceedings on Ihe Bhlii and a damage suit against MendeU for injuries sus tained in a forced landing when she was flying with the aviator some timo ago Sheriffs have refused to let flip near tJieir piano pending outcome of tho litigation by acting chairman Ray Jorkenson Clarence Cuthbert assistant BCOUJ master troop 62 Goldfleld recom mitted all of the candidates for ad vancement to the obligation ot the scout oath Fourteen scouts received second class badges and two received first class badges These were presented by W Shannon Kollman Mason City A Summer Comfort Campaign Inaugurated by Alumni By ilOY J GIBBONS Central Press Staff Writer CHICAGO July 29 dont make the man and just to prove beyond all shadow of a doubt that they dont 700 members of the local alumni chapter of Delta Up silon college fraternity will launch a national campaign in favor of male undess Their war eryjs down with the tyranny of tailors and their pur pose the disregard of convention In the interest of comfort Pipe the Bs soon mean exactly that when the boss if hes a D U strolls in any morning now loosely clad In his suit of B V Ds In the interests of health sim plified clothing Is vitally necessary declared John D Scott national president of Delta Upsilon and an enthusiastic backer of the crusade for less and simpler sartorial dis play Not only would we feel Bet ter but lives would be saved Vfn can get many good ideas from the tropics Might Adopt Helmet Ithas been suggesed that the rank and file of Americans might adopt the attractive oriental pith helmet closely woven of light straw and covered with white linen It keeps away the suns heat and at the same time gives to the head and scalp perfect circulation of air We should abandon all stiff col for Fewer Male Garments Is Chapter of Delta Upsilon lars lay off our coats and wear an ensemble of shirt and trousers loosely belted of pongee or rajah silk of light weight and color Pockets should be empty except for a handkerchief and money and needed articles carried in a bag or brief case White canvas shoes ana silk hose complete a cool attire Briefly there should be about four pounds less clothing for man to carry around and what there 13 should be immaculate Off with the chains or rather harness of convention Back to the days of Father Adam And the D Us intend to reverse with speed which is not to be con fused with whoopee Insist on Action We insist on action said Rock well F Clancy chairman of a spo cial committee of the fraternity ap pointed to look into the matter Why should a man go on wearing more clothes in the heat of sum mer than a woman docs in the dead of winter There hasnt been an improvement in mens attire so far as tropical weather is concerned ex cept the introduction of athletic un derwear since the days of Thomas Jefferson George Washington nnd John Adams We are thelaughing stock of women and the subject of our owa secret contempt Like a lot of sheen we go on wearing clothes that tor ture us The only difference is thit the lambs have someone to shear them in summer and we have not In addition to the discomfort there are serious aspects to this matter of excess clothing One is he decrease in mens efficiency I am confident that men could do 25 per cent more work in hot weath er than they do now if comfortably clothed The other is the develop ment of the inferior complex Men want to be clothescool but for fear of being ridiculed they havent in the past dared to be so Largo Membership Delta Upsilon has 17000 members i i hundreds of chapters at colleges and universities thruout the United States General Herbert Lord di rector of the United States budget is a D U So are John F Sloan president of General Motors Rufua C Dawes Chicago banker Ambas sador Charles G Dawes and scores of other prominent men Nobody has approached Ambas sador Dawes on the subject of less and funnier clothes but since ath letic youknowwhats would be even less protection than kncebreechpa it Is generally conceded that the idea is out as far as he is concerned Clothes dont make the man And the D Us Intend to prove it Student Pastor Fills Pulpit at Forest City FOREST CITY July ter Carlson of Leland a theological student filled the pulpit at the Im manuel Lutheran church Sunday morning in the absence of tho Rev J A M Hinderlie who is on his va cation Women are becoming expert la patching tires says an auto ad vertisement How about some new type of rubber Democrat and Chronicle SEVEN Unconscious Since June f 6 Fairfax Boy Hurt by Auto Dies CEDAR RAPIDS July 29 U1 Thomas McNuHy 12 ot Fairfax who had been unconscious slue June JR died here today of a frno turcd skull received when his fa thers automobile overturned ui him He had been kept alive by ai tificinl feeding aRho his boilv paralyzed Physicians say few per sons have lived as long while un conscious Proposed President of Universiy of Michigan Is Native Son of Iowa HUTHVEN July 2SAnother at Iowas sons will be honored if ir Alexander B Rnthven is chosen president of the University of Mich igan when the state hoard of re gents meets in August Dr Ruthvcn who Cor somo time hoa been a member cf the IMichigM faculty and is now a dean is a sop of Mr and Mrs John Rnthven liv ing here in the town which receives its name from the family According to reports from sources reputed to be in position to know Dr Ruthven is credited with being the most likely candidate among thoso being considered for the position Drowns in Liilce BEDFORD July 2B attempting to save his son Glen Heaton 33 was drowned in a lako en his farm near here Tim Melvin who could not reach Heaton before jic went down saved the son Present Badges Hinshaw troop 35 Floyd 1 five scouts with second North the aSS while Charles presentation the entire camn Irnn 7 Mason City award to its feet and santhe court of cd 20 scouts wth first class PuiEafcadt in tks interest of nutritional truth by the QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA A national cooperative organisation of non compeMioe wholeible bakers MASON CITY BAKING COMPANY Bikers of Quality Bread is y invitation a member of tho QUALITY BAKERS OF honor song Trail the Earte Followinga brief ercolanatlon nf awarding of swimming honors the court of honor and its procedure Wa3 madebv Harold Doc West u IL proceame waterfront director at Camp Roose velt The senior Red Cross life sav ing emblem and certificate was pre sented to Bion McPcak Mason City and the junior red cross life savin I certficate was presented to Douglas McPeah Mason City i Dr W F Misoman presented three star scout degrees and two life Increase Your Weight 5 Pounds in 30 Days oLtii auuuL degrees and two life Stake Yourself Strong Healthy and scout degrees to as many camli Vigorous at tho Same clatesDr JL Pauley Mason City rrii i DlGGBnl Pfl n u Time presented a gold palm to Harold I Doc West after briefly outlining I rvtau cttLei uneuy outlining By this time most people know the requirements of this degree The that the worlds great flesh produc palm is presented to a scout or is McCoys Tablets i or loader who earns 10 merit badges Take them for a few weeks and i ove the twentyone required for the hollows in your cheeks your eaffle anJ Eerves satisfactorily for neck and chest will soon fill out and i1 Period months after attain yon be man or woman the of eagle scout In his e an attractive figure and DrPauley pointed out get there energy In lust West had taught more me than JOOO scouts to swim at Camp whether yon youll hav plenty of a short time No one willcall you skinny any more In McCoys you find a uombina aunsu tion or health builders that bring was received energy strength and vigor and at the same time put pounds of good Camp past five years A special cornet solo by Scout Howard Schweer troop u Mason a smilch court of honor will be r ul u afternoon August 11 healthy flesh on those who are as there will be no camp delweight week The permanent camp One underweight woman exceed 5 VIsit a llumber of camps ingly thin gained 10 pounds in 22 thc seven dayo intermission days and doesnt have to worry any nclurjlne lne Waterloo camp and any more about her figure e camP the area McCoy takes all the riskRead ironclad guarantee It after tak U cloimg council fire for the ing sixty cent boxes of McCoys S period will be held at Camp Tablets or 2 One Dollar boxes anv uoosevet Monday night and it is thin underweight man or woman tilat a laige number of doesnt gain at least 5 pounds and ylstors W1 present The Ro feei completely satisfied with the Clear Lake who help marked improvement in fPonsor scouting organization your druggist is authorized to re fifre this particu turn the purchase price I If at ramp for dinner Mon 1 I nflir oiraninrt it campfire fol ONLY On Terms i OFFER STARTS SOON We are making it easy for every housewife to own a Model 22 Automatic Washer and Jn addition secure a valuable premium CITY BRIEFS Start the Week With a SMILE Make this sale your opportunity to join the ranks of satisfied owners of Automatic Washers SPECIAL TERMS DURING SALE ONLY uijoMafic DUODISC THE INVERXIBLE A6HM10JI CALL FOR A DEMONSTRATION FOR BETTER APPLIANCES Mss Mildred Rose of Merkcls second floor readytowear depart tvent in In New York this week on JiiElness in thc Interest of the local store Miss Gladys Frccsc deputy coun ty superintendent of schools re turned Monday morning from a two weeks vacation John H Boyd 105 South GeorRln avenue was commissioned as second lieutenant corps of engineers offi cers reserve corps July 25 at Fort Leavenworth Kans L A Klotau was called to SI Paul last week because of thc sud den death of an intimate friend He returned Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Hohert Martin Ames are tha parents of a boy weighing eight pounds born Friday at 622 South Delaware avenue Mrs It E Boyle 301 North Aaams avenue and Miss Betty Boyle left Sunday eveningfor Cali fornia going by way of Grand Can yon Ariz Mrs Boyle will stay until October and Betty will perhaps at tend the University of California Miss Hannah Cobb of Codir Kap ida is visiting Mrs Rose Coc at Clear Lake Mrs L T Foster 1217 North Washington avenue and Mrs C W Hicks 015 North Jefferson avenue returned Saturday from Kalfspell Mont where they have been vlsit mg with Mrs Fosters daughter Mra A J Dean Sir and Mrs Joe Daniels have rn turned from Chicago where they enjoyed a weeks vacation Mr and Mrs C B Letts 247 Fourteenth street southeast and Mrs O Allen 730 Fourth street southwest returned Sunday from Newton where they had attended the convention of Iowa Rural car riern Mr and Mr8 H H 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