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Mason City Nexvs on This Page ^WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1931 April 8, 0, 10 and 11--Boys' hobby show, sponsored by Y. M. G. A and KIwanis club. April 13--April term of court opens under Judge M. P. Edwards. April 10--Masonic Craftsmen club dance' at armory. Music by Varsity club orchestra. April 18--Naturalization hearing at Cerro Gordo county courthouse. City Wanted--Bookkeeper and stenographer. Apply Style Shoppe. i O. K. KInney can show you the ( torrect drapery. Call 2538W. ' For roof repairing or a new roof tall 955. Builders Supp. Co. I Pan Hellenic benefit bridge party Â·/ Saturday, St. John's Parish hall at * 2 o'clock. Tickets- $1.00. Ph. 955--root repairing or complete new roof. Builders Supp. Co. R. H. Roscmeyer, city maU carrier No. 3, took a ona day vacation Tuesday. . Horace S.. Bp.emer, X-Bay Extraction of Teeth. Penney Bldg. Dance Manly Opera House, Sat., April 11. Music by Tony Johnson's Night Hawks. VTiy use substitutes for lard when you can buy Decider's lowana pure leaf lard Sc to lOc a pound less than substitutes? :E. A. Mallory, chief clerk at largo for the railway mail service, was in Mason City on business Wednesday. Have your old mattress remade, complete with grade A tick, for ?4.50. J. D. Farrer Co. Ph. 769. . Decker's lowana Pure Leaf Lara is produced in sanitary kitchens under U. S. Government inspection, from fine Iowa-raised, corn-fed porkers. Just arrived--Beam brake- drum \t machine--along with our Cowdrey \ dynamic brake tester will give you dependable Brakes. We now issue ^you a brake certificate on your car, - Vs luable in case of accidents. and Battery Co. Ttificates have'been filed of the clerk for Marion _of_Mr.^and Mrs. George r North Iowa's Home Newspaper BOY SCOUT CAMPS TO OPEN JUNE 23 a . j v Â» - * x , arch 6; John Henry, son of Mr.- and Mrs. Roy Nelson Reuber, .Mason City, born March 15, and Raymond Charles, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mortimer Percy, 414 South Madison avenue, born March Regular M. B. A. meeting Wednesday evening at Eagles hall followed by initiation and light- refreshments. V 'Â·' Mr., and Mrs. C. E. !Lantz and family, 734 Birch drive, were called to Humeston, Iowa, Saturday by the death of Mrs. Lantz's mother They returned Tuesday.. Accept NO substitutes r Insist upon home-produced Lard from home-grown porkers! Your dealer nas Decker's lowana Pure Leaf Lard . . . open kettle rendered. Class Officers aro Named FREDERICKSBURG, April 8 -The following officers of tn'e Willing Workers class of the Methodist Sunday school have been elected' President,-Eugene Carey; vice pres- Â· TMS ' Rich; secretary, Donald Triplett; treasurer, Edward Hadley DATES SET FOR LAKE OUTING OF AREA SCOUTDOM Cub Periods and Leaders' Conferences Are Also Scheduled. At the meeting' of the council camp committee of the North Iowa area council of the Boy Scouts held at scout headquarters Tuesday evening the dates of camp for 1931 were set and preliminary details planned; Fred Shaffer, chairman of the camp committee, Â· presided. Other members present'were: Howard Reynolds, Qhet Stevens, Mason City; Dr. J. C. Powers and Dr. 3. S Rule, Hampton; A. L. Wartnaby Sheffield; E. C. Patten and Mr Walker, Charles City, and Charles A. Knouse, scout executive. The following officers were chosen to head the staff for 1931: Charles A. Knouse/ camp director; H, B. Russell, field scout ) executive, assistant camp director, and William Bartmcss, waterfront director Other members of the staff will be chosen by the camp director. The dates of camp for the 'scouts and cubs were set as follows: First scout period, June 23 to June 30- second scout period, July 7 to July 14, and third scout period, July 14 to July 21. First cub period will be July 21 to July 25, and second cub period, July 28 to Aug. 1. A tentative date of July 25 and 26 was set for a leaders' conference Either Aug. 18 to Aug. 25; or Aug. 25 to Sept. 1 will be a period for older boys. Only boys IS years old or more will be privileged to attend this last period of camp. After the meeting- of the scout leaders on April 16, definite dates of a leaders' conference will be announced. It is also planned that the 4-H clubs of Cerro Gordo 'and Hancock counties will possibly have a period the week of July l to July 5. There are also tentative plans for a period of cÂ«unp of orÂ« week for gu-i .Beuuuj In this' sTTctlon of the state, and another for camp fire girls. The prÂ«,Â£ram for these two camps will be in charge of the leaders of the organizations. These two periods will not necessarily be restricted to communities within' the territory of the North Iowa area council. - j . Tepee "Unit Added. The tepee unit, which was added last year to the camp, will be used again this year under a. different plan. The Tipi will not be pitched in the main campus of the camp, but will be placed on top of the hill southwest of camp. It is re,^om- mended that only three Tipi be 'used to house the boys attending that period and that the other tepee be used for the leader of the Tepee unit. It : - also recommended by the camp C. O. Stiles to Address Mason City Credit Group -Field Secretary of National Association to Give Several Talks. Preparations are nearing completion for the appearance here next week of C. O. Stiles, St. Louis field secretary of the National Retail Credit association. Mr. Stiles, who has been in Iowa since March 12, holding district and bureau credit meetings, will be the speaker at a dinner meeting to be held at the Y. VV. C. A; Monday evening at 7 o'clock. . This meeting will be attended by retail grocers, market men, wholesalers and others who are interested. At, this meeting Mr. Stiles will out- .line methods of improving the handling of credit problems. To Address Credit Group. Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock Mr. Stiles will speak to a credit .^.group at the Y. M. C. A. At noon C. O. STILES be in the 3:30-4:30 group, which will give them a chance to have a real swimming period before the general swim. All scouts who are taking the overnight hike during the camp will have the privilege of completing their junior Red Cross work without doubling up on hours, hence the class from 2 to 3 in the afternoon. The general plan of the morning 'program will be'full of activity and intensive scout work. The afternoons will be more elective, giving the boys the privilege of junior Red Cross, hikes with their leaders, games and other activities. Under the new plan, if a leader desires to take his troop on a short hike, he will be privileged to do so, but no definite lineup on the program will be made, other than those junior Red Cross. taking To TJso Traditional Plans. , Traditional plans of old and new guard and the campfire system, will sue! in -vogue as usual. , .Â·..';Â·' It is planned that the last afternoon of camp be giveri over to a camporee or such activity, in .which cabins will compete in scouting activities, such as fire by friction, pup tent pitching, first aid tests, handicraft," other contests. swimming con and FOR LEASE The entire second floor over the "United Fruit Store on East State Street. $100 per month. INQUIRE ECK MS Phone 134 Kresgo Bldg. Daly' Epigrams! If a vessel is a boat a blood vessel must be a lifeboat. -YCo HEATING '"Â· Â».w.*Â»u%.u wjr L.UC7 v;u-i.ULj director that the tepee be used by only four or six scouts each period The program of this will be a separate program from the main body of the camp. The only time that the members of this unit will meet with the other members, of the camp will be for the three meals each day, genera swimming program and retreat They will, of course, be in the main camp if they desire to do handicraft' work and in the playing of games such as baseball tournaments and other tournaments; It is hoped that in this tepee unit this year, plans can be worked out whereby this unit ,will cook three meals during the period in its own camp, the plan being that each tepee will cook one meal during the period oÂ£ camp. Swimming- Program Given. The swimming program, as tentatively outlined by the waterfront director and the camp director, will be: 9:30-10 each morning for boys learning to swim; 10-10:30 for boys trying to pass the 50-yard and 100-yard swimming test; 10:3011:30, junior Red Cross; 1-2 in the afternoon for boating and shore work, and senior Red Cross and scout life guard; 2-3 for junior Red Cross and those attempting to pass the swimming merit badge and life saving merit badge; 3:30-4:30, senior Red Cross and advanced canoeing and boating; 4:30-5:15, general awifh of the entire camp. Scouts who are serving as life guards will The camp fee will be 56 for the seven days and registration fee will be as usual, $2. The council will again use the national standard of health examination. It is planned that under the activity department of the council'a tour of the territory be made by an "exposition troop" made iip of 16 boys chosen by the Staff of the Campar- all. This tour will be made the week of June 15'to June 20. On this tour they will perform camping activities such, as cooking their meals campftres and other demonstrations of scoutcraft. It is planned that overnight stops he made at Osage, Charles City, Hampton, Clarion or Eagle Grove Forest City and Clear Lake . he will meet with the board of directors of the local Retail Merchants association. Tuesday evening Mr. Stiles will be the speaker at a credit meeting of Clear Lake merchants to be held at 6:30 o'clock at the Zion Lutheran church. Wednesday noon Mr. Stiles will be the speaker at the Lions club meeting in Mason City, following which he will leave for Osage, where he is scheduled to address a meeting Wednesday evening. He will be in Decorah Thursday evening, following which he will go into Minnesota for a month's canvass of that state. Helps Organize Bureaus. Mr. Stiles is one of three field representatives set out by the national association to help in the formation of bureaus, to assist managers in simplifying the work and Improving the methods, as well as instructing the members on how to get better service and on how to make more profits in the handling of credits. There are at present 1,200 bureaus in the United States with a total membership of 80,000,000 names. The national association also has affiliations in Canada, Belgium, Luxemburg, Czecho-Slovakla, England, France, Germany, Holland, Spain, Switzerland, Portugal and Hawaii. TWO MEN PLEAD GUILTY BEFORE DISTRICT JUDGE Rish Admits Embezzlement and Stewart Maintaining Liquor Nuisance. Two persons pleaded guilty to county attorneys informations filed by Roe Thompson in the district court Wednesday and were sentenced by Judge Joseph^?. Clark. Laurence Rish pleaded guilty to the embezzlement of mortgaged property. The property involved was an old Ford automobile he had purchased at the Hathorn garage In Mason City and/on which he gave a mortgage. Later he traded the automobile in on another machine fCom H. w. Thompson, Ventura automobile dealer..Thia automobile he drove to North Dakota. Rtsh was arrested in Jamestown. N. Dak., and brot back by Deputy Sheriff .Ralph Schiffman on April Rish was given a sentence of one year in jail and paroled to Sheriff G. E. Cress on condition that : ho make restitution to the interested persons and that he costs totaling 5S6.24. pay county William Stewart pleaded guilty to maintaining a liquor nuisance. The sentence, however, was deferred on a request by the defendant, who is ' 8 ' , county Jail on AT THE HOSPITALS Betty Al'exandres, 12 Elg-hth street southeast, underwent a minor operation at Park hospital Tuesday but was able to leave the same Claire Willsher, route 5, was ad- We Will Wash or Grease Your Car for 99c Cars called for and delivered without charge. This Is the regular $1.50. wash! S R CHEVROLET CO. First and Washington S. VV. Every... worth while proposition has to be properly financed. For expanding yom- plans, and widening your scope, our ample resources your disposal. are always at .UNITED 'sERVld Mrs. G. M. Stevens, 18 Ninth street northwest, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Tuesday. William Benson, Nora Spring was admitted to Mercy hospital for a minor operation Tuesday Wilbur Eugene Schmalll Clear Lake was dismissed from Mercy hospital Tuesday folloWing a major operation. J Mrs. Carl J. Anderson, Northwood, underwent a minor operation at Park hospital Tuesday but was able to leave the same day. Ronald Dean Kay, 212 Fifth street northwest, waa admitted to Park hospital for treatment Tuesday. Elmer Bruna, 1007 Jersey avenue northeast, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Tuesday. Mrs. Harvey Norberg, 816 Eighth street northwest, who underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital was able to leave Tuesday. Myron Halm, Floyd, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Tuesday following treatment. Mrs. L. A. Muth and infant son. Ventura, were dismissed from Park hospital Tuesday. , An eight pound, nine ounce son was born to Mr, and Mrs. Henrv Zollak. 703 Carolina avenue at Park hospital Tuesday. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank you all who so kindly assisted us during the sickness and death of our dear husband and father, for the gifts and kind' attentions from neighbors and friends. Mrs. L. H. Harding and Children. Mr. and Mrs. A. Harding-. JUSTICE LEVIES SI 00 SENTENCE Livingston Found Guilty of Larceny; Will Appeal Case. Eddie Livingston,-arrested at 613 Jefferson avenue southwest Monday afternoon and charged with larceny was found guilty and sentenced to a ?100 fine or 30 days in the county jail when he appeared before Justice of Peace M. C. Coughlon Tuesday afternoon. The defendant furnished a J200 appeal bond and signified his intentions of carrying the ease before the district court. Livingston and three others were arrested in connection with an alleged short change deal worked at Clear Lake Saturday afternoon in which B. A. Schaub of Touristville lost $10 after he had sold two cigars to Livingston. Livingston presented a $10 bill in payment of the cigars, later found a dime to pay for them finally gave Schaub a 520 bill In order that he might keep his change and in the resulting- confusion Schaub was shorted ?10, according to evidence preseneed at court. Livingston the same day purchased 10 cents worth of sugar at the Boothroyd store at Thornton, 5 cents worth of sandpaper at a hardware store at Meservey and three gallons of gas at a filling station and presented $10'bills In payment of all purchases but in none of the other cases was anyone shortchanged, according to testimony. The cases against James Thomas and George Lee, also charged with larceny, were dismissed. Forest Lee, arrested with the other men, was held for investigation but no charges were filed against him. The defendants were represented by L. R. Boomhower and the state by County Attorney Roe Thompson. sat Stewart was arrested by deputies from the sheriff's office at a place seven miles south and one mile east of Mason City, where a total of 65 gallons of alleged alcohol wero found. Both Stewart and Rish were represented by L. A. Moe. Blackmore to Talk * at Y's Men Session . Guy C. Blackmore of the Northwestern. States Portland cement company will ;be the principal speaker at the meeting of the Y's Men's club at 6.-30 o'clock Thursday night in the Y. M. C. A;- The program will follow the serving of dinner. Mr. Blackmore will speak on "The Chemistry of "Cement." Plans for a meeting of the club to which clubs from Waterloo and Albert Lea, Minn., will be invited will also be made. Sousa s Band, Barney Oldfield v and Chamlee on Radio Thursday Eve A radio program in which will appear Sousa and his band, Marion Ctiamlee, famous Metropolitan opera star, and Barney Oldfield, pioneer auto racer, is to be broadcast from the Indianapolis speedway Thursday evening from 9 to 10 o'clock. The program is being sponsored by the Standard Oil company of Indiana and 'may be heard over the Columbia chain. : Mrs. Beal Sought in Mason City by Husband Mrs. Eura Peggy Beal is being sought in Mason City by her husband, M. L.. Beal, Clear Lake, according to police records. Mr. Beal has returned from five weeks spent in a hospital" but altho he has had letters'from his wife during that time in which she told him she was working in Mason City, "he did not know her address here. Mrs. Beal, who is 21, has dark brown hair, a dark complexion, blue eyes and wore a red coat with a brown fur collar, according to the description given police. Wrinkles and Furrows arc not always the elgnn of old age- It muy be cyo strain. Have your eyes examined by DR. H. W. KNUTSON, O. D Over J. C. tcnney Store ANNOUNCEMENT Wo have Reduced prices. Elavo your Car washed ijr or greased / D C Sanio Quality \Vork as Before LAPINER MOTOR CO. 0. K. BARBER SHOP Has moved to a new location in .the Elks Building. The personnel Is now ready to meet and give service to old and new patrons. D. V. DANIELSON G. C. LOGUE A. L. DIEBLER BARBERS 122 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. 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SUITS and TOPCOATS $22.50 and up 2-1 East State "Where Quality Tells and Trice Sells" Charles City, Waver ly Men Enlisted in Army _ Dale C. Dugan, Charles City, and Harold D., and Charles S. Gage Waverly are among the 28 men who joined the army in, Iowa during March according to word received from Des Moines. These three have to lhe third Â»f at Fort Snelling, Minn. Walter G. Thompson Shows Improvement Walter C. Thompson, 25 Fifth street northeast, is recovering at Park hospital from burns suffered n, We Â£ 1?Â° when ne was scalded at the Northwestern States Portland cement company. His condition is still considered serious but recoverv is expected by physicians. Spring is here It's New Suit and Topcoat Time Wear clothes that fit you perfectly . . . then you'll look hotter dress__. See Otto Kaps for Qualityplus suits and topcoats . . . latest materials, patterns, colors. Wonderful Values $25 S29 $32.50 Otto Kaps, Tailor 8 South Delaware, Mason City Diamond Bread Jingle Contest GLENN MEHL, Kanawha, Iowa, is the winner of Third Prize for the following jingle: The Best of Materials with the utmost of Care Makes DIAMOND the Bread of Quality so rare, It s Nourishing, Wholesome, Tasty and Pure, Come visit our Bakery and then you'll be sure. Remember! The contest is still going on ana your Opportunities to win are Just as good this week with a new jingle -- look for it in our Diamond Bread Wrappers. DIAMOND BREAD STAYS FRESH LONGER --THERE'S A REASON Mason City BakingQx Bakers of DIAMOND -- the better bread F R E E ! BATTERY CHARGING So that Auto Owners may become better acquainted with Our NEW LOCATION, we are Offering, f o , a limited time, FREE BATTERY CHARGING! With each Battery Recharge paid for at the regular price RECHAS^ UE l C Â° UPOn Gntitling y Â° U i0 moth Â« BATTERY RECHARGE PRICES Radio Batteries ... or any Battery carried in the shop rc c Batteries removed and installed 'in "car.". SI 00 Car Tops dressed SI. Oil Changed, per quart.".'..25c Headlights Repaired and Focused Ignition Systems Checked Properly Wiring Checked and Repaired Generators and Starters Repaired Battery Test Water Free Mason City Battery Electric Co. 304 Second Street S. \V. L. R. Probcrt Phone 389 L. E. Valentine We have installed a Fisher Body and Painting Department for the accommodation of all General Motors Car Owners. WE ARE EQUIPPED TO DO ALL BODY AND FENDER WORK ON ANY MAKE OF CAR WE WILL WASH OR GREASE YOUR CAR ...99c Cars called for and delivered without charge. This Is the regular $1.50 wash! S. and R. CHEVROLET CO. First and Washington S. W.