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Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - March 6, 1927, Ogden, Utah SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1927. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 'SPRING SiONS' TO BE STUDIED FOR HUMANITY Scout Troop Taking Tip Special'Theme for March From Troop 2 headquarters comes this account: Have had a great time this week! Tuesday evening found us In the warmth and comfort of our own den. Scoutmaster Paul Seller led the discussion and directed the study hour by an "illustrated" de- scription of some of the more im- portant groups of stars, all pres- ent having a "heavenly" time. Paul then entertained us royally with the splendid story of "Silly the pup. At the close of our class period the regular patrol leaders' and troop officers' meeting was held, at which time suggestions were made and discussed for betterment of our troop generally. Plans were laid for the conduct tho work in March. Our special theme will be ar.d Sprin? Signs." and offort to be made to prepare our- selves for our spring hikes. Ad- vanced first aid, study of the stars, ,-ind the 14-mile hike will be sub- jects to which specific attention will be given during the present month. Wednesday evening began with a bang! We all indulged in a new tramc, "Crows and as a pep producer. Then in the dignity of a troop initiation we extended the hand of scout.ship to Lamar Crezee to whom our scoutmaster awarded the badge of tenderfoot o.lasr. "We are proud of Lamar and his success thus far. Tlcl'rlng to our patrol meeting, f'rst aid was taken up under the direction of patrol loaders. We re- assembler! and were dismissed at 9 p. m. You'll hear from us" next week. Sincerely, Troop 2. p. P. We have a special number next Wednesday night. Our star study will be conducted from the roof of the Hotel Bigelow! Hoi TKOOP 0 TVc, met In regular meeting last woek. Wo first had our les- son under tho direction of Harvy riurcholl. class instructor; then we practiced on our troop that we arc to next Sunday in church. Then wo were xiven a few instructions by Jesse Draper. Two tenderfoot badge? were awarded. Wo then met with the Mutuala and tool; part in'the program, including a piauo solo by Harmon The scouts -of Troop 6 furnish the program to.r.ight i meeting ir- the Third ward, Twen- ty-second street and Grant avenue. We are all boosting for Troop 5. TUOO1P Ji Because wo have lost most of our troop officers an election was held last Monday. It was decided before election khat no scout, who hos not at-Iiost reached the second class rank should be eligible to off- .V.-k West was elected as scribe: Professor Harry Steenbock, of the University, of Wisconsin, is safeguarding his discovery of a rickets remedy so it will not fall into selfish hands. Dr. Steenbock has refused big offers and made over his rights in the discovery to the university. The process calls for exposure of patients' food to ultra-violet rays. This "packs the food with sunshine." John n-.vl Iceader Decgan were chosen leaders, round and flet. The subject of leather work will be -more ..thor- oughly taught at the two "scout meowings. During the latter part of the meeting many games were played odd and even numbers, tho odd being the victors in th.: majority of these. The basket game thai was scheduled for last Friday between Troop 0 and Troop 14 not played because Troop G did not show up. Although "'roop 14 is only made up of two patrols it has the place in the May fiesta contest. ih-ring that thoro are 72 troops in th? Gateway council, th" most of wh.ich are larger than Troop 14. we have made a fairiy good showing. TKOOP 13 We held our meeting Tuesday and the laws which we moan to enforce in the future. Thon tho sf.oui.s were, given time to study up thoir tests and af- ter wo had played games of com- P'.'l.iuon we went, upstairs and were entertained by u pleasing- program pat on by the members of tin1 Mutual. Our objective for March is "First Aid" uiiJ we think it will bo ciuite interesting as well as use- ful. Wo wish some of you other scouts would visit our troop any time as we would like to have you v us troops and wouM to.r.ight in conjoint. I like to have you know a little about ours. Tho Stiver Fox patrol, which was just newly organized coming to the front in every respect. Sheldon rt.-dph Clarke. Spencer Kiomp. and Frank Ellis received thoir secoad class badges Tuesday and are already busy studying their first class test. TRW TO CAMP KTESETi Friday, February 25, 1927 Left-Ogdcn on the a. m. car, which I caught after a .chase of half a block, only for the kindness of a-passenger on the rear platform who. notified the conductor. In thanking him I learned that lie was tho father .of one of the scouts in the Ogden stake district. .The first obstacle was an im- mense rock which had left- its homo on the southern slope, of the canyon, cleared tho road, and both rails and'rested at the edge'of the bank close to the outer rail. The combined efforts of crew and men passengers, five in number, soon sent the rock to the river bed with a splash. The end of the railroad was reached and, while waiting for tho saddle horse special, a robin was-sighted who was content to j pick on the snow crust in close proximity to a lone sparrow. With snowshoes and rations securely tied hohinu on tho saddle, tho second leg of tho trip began. After riding my gallant steed over the slippery road for a few miles we encountered an unbrok- en road, and it was a relief to sot foot on the ground again; but pul- ling a horse over tho ground cov- ered with two feot of crusted snow was too big task, so decided to tie him to the side of the road and give him his supply of oats. Thou started the real trip from a mile and one-half below Cobble to Camn Kiese'l. The walk on the f-ozon was devoid Of thrills. Arriving at Allen's ranch, it was necessary to wear snow- shoes. After an uneventful but very laborious hike, with only such companions as a grey squirrel with ,-in injure.5 left, hind leg, a fin" looking rabbit, friondly black birds, and two dip- pers or water ouzels, Camp Kiesi'l was Nestling peacefully in its world of white with the majestic rook sentinel on its left stood our '-Pride of a.H camps." Xo evidence of life appeared in the snow, where in summer tireless feet of scouts trod, happily healthy minds filled with tho joys of the various activ- ities. After a rather hastily pre- pared meal and' inspection of camp in general, the place with its many pleasant memories was securely locked and the return trip to Iluntsville began. Traveling was doubly hard, duo to tho effects of sick i a bright sun on the snow. Each snowshoo seemed to have n. dis- and George Craghead and James Cha- dick defeated Don Christiansen and Carl Grace by one vote each for assistant patrol leaders. Jack Kirks is- another scout who has decided to work. Receiving his second class badge last Monday, he. has already passed sis first class tests. A large, part of tho meeting was devoted to the study of leather 'braiding. Everyone in the troop k-arned'how to braid square. spiral, Look, Mother! Is tongue coated, breath feverish and stomach sour? "California Fig Syrup" can't harm tender stomach, liver, bowels A laxative today saves a child tomorrow. Children simply will not take the time from play to placement of an unusually large ompty their bowels, which become: amount of snow, but by sunset the clogged up with waste, liver hike was changed to a climb to sluggish, stomach sour. the. still waiting animal's back Look at the tongue, mother! If coatod. or your child is listless, cross, feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't eat heartily, full ot" cold or has sore throat or any other children's ailment, give a teaspoon- ful of "California Fig then don't worry, because it is perfectly harmless, and in a few hours all thli constipation poison, sour bile and fi-nivnting waste will gently out of the. bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. A thorough 'inside cleansing" is oft- timer. ai! chat is necessary. It shouiC bo the first treatment given in any sickness. Ucware of counterfeit fig syr- ups. Asl: your druggist for a bot- tlo OS "California Fig Syrup." which has full directions for ba- children of all ages and for plainly printed on the Look carefully and see, that it is by the "California Fig- Syrup where tho rest of the return trip was made to the end of saddle horse route. TjATE AKR.IYAI, Arriving- at Bishop "U'm. Mcln- tyre's, to whom the horse belong- ed, at 10 p. m., an invitation was received to get chummy with .a large generous heater. Bettor mu- sic never emanated from any in- strument than the sound of that fire. The telephone which had spent a busy evening was instru- mental in saving a party from go- ing up the canyon In search of tho belated traveler and the would-be searchers wore informed that tho object of thoir anxiety was safely j waiting at tho bishop's home for the conveyance to Ogden. Scoutmaster Percy. Hadley -had volunteered to drive to Huntsville to transport a tired and muscle- sore traveler to his destination. By Commissioner Ben This is our third solid trainload within a few weeks, so great is the' demand for Maytag washers here. Housewives throughout Intel-mountain territory are clamoring for the ONLY washer with a cast aluminum tub. They want the easier and shorter cleaner washed clothes that only the Maytag brings. They want the washer with adjustable legs that raises or lowers to suit their height. They want the washer with the big capacity tub that keeps water hot for an entire tub that drains and cleans itself in thirty seconds after the washing is done. a Maytag next washday. Do a whole washing in your own home without obligation or ex- pense: Then see big tub- fuls washed in 3 to 7 minutes. See even collars, cuffs and wristbands washed spotlessly clean with- out rubbing. See how the Mnytag's many exclusive features make your washday so much easier and shorter and more comfortable. Remember, it the Maytag doesn't sell itself, don't keep it. 2210 Washington Ave., Ogden, Utah. Phone 1790 For homes without electric- ity, the Maytag is available wit A in-built fasoKnt mater BRANCH MAYTAG STORES: The Maytag Shop, Tremonton, Utah. The Maytag Shop, Kemmerer, Wyoming. The Maytag Shop, Montpelier, Idaho. The Maytag Shop, Evanston, Wyoming, 710 Main St. Thg Shop, Wyoming. The Maytag Shop, Elko, Nevada. The Maytag Shop, Rock Springs, Wyoming LAKE CHY An entertaining program s of dance., ajjd popular native by Ariel Orchestra. "No one vt too tired to. dance die easy Maytag wash-hoar." ;