Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 15, 1934 · Page 4
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AMES DAILY TRIBUNE TIMES, AMES, IOWA, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 15. "BUY BETTE1 IK AJtEi Okkmobile Sales Room to Open on Wed. It 18 to Feed in This Iowa Family Ames OWtaooile company, a B«W concern, opened for business la the gar««« and sales room at Itt Fifth ilreet Wednesday. Six new Oldamobiles were un- loafed Tuesday, shipped di.ect iron the factory, and were b«ng prepared for display. The garage tad sales room have been newly decorated. The company consists of Mrs. P. A' • Wlegner and Dale Slmpkins. both coming here from Ottumwa •with their families to make their homes. Mr. Slmpkins has been for the »»st six years with the Ackley Motor company of Ottumwa, and has fcad a wide experience in atitomo- fclle sales. He will have charge of both sales and service here. Mr. gimpltlns' family includes his wife •Ad two daughters, Rosalie, 11. »jod Roberta, 8. ' Mrs. Wlegner is a business wornin: of wide experience, and will be tke business manager of the new tpnce'rn. Her daughter, Mary, will wide here and •will enter Iowa State college in her junior year, Beit month. low* Dill? Press Photo. There are fifteen children, a mother, father, and a brother-in-law in the Frank Girnapp family, living ten miles southwest of Manchester. All of the children live at homr, and the food problem is a bi ? one. They cat 100 pounds of potatoes weekly, forty-eight loaves of bread, butcher twenty-five hoys a rear, and consume two gallons of coffee =r, each meal. rv^jj,-. ' Left to right, front row: Frank Gienapp holding Clarence Archie. 2:_ Freida Pauline and ™™ Paul. 16: Hazel Florence and Harry Floyd. 11: Dan I. and Don I.. 7: Mrs. Gienapp holding Irene Thelma, 1. Back row: Bernie Harry, 19; Ernest J., 21; torna Marie, 20; Wilma Minnie 14; Addie Mola, 12, Roy t- Verne. 10: Elmer Grae. fi. __^_ PWNTOUSE . OF I. Majestic Mt. Rainier Will Be Pictured on New Stamp Issue Maxwell (Continued from Page Three.) CAMBRIDGE— Members of the )cal volunteer f> r e department are jubilee of Italy (t!.E>—A plan to Utilize heat from the fiery depths •i Mt Vesuvius to -warm buildings t Naples was studied by a scientific expedition proceeding Monday to the crater of the famous old '. volcano. The scientists believe they can discover a p-actical method for harnessing the terrific heat from the bottom of the crater whence for centuries great rivers of lava and ashes have flowed over the countryside, spreading death and destruction in their path. The daring group was named by the national council of research to descend into the crater, quite temporarily, ana make a survey of its tcarred interior. They -will study: 1—whether the central tube of 'tie volcano, which extends , down into the earth's interior and emits boiling lava, is straight or curved. 2-r-The depth from -which the flowing lava comes. 3—Whether the sides of the cone are smooth or pocked with CITOC. DBS MOINES <ttE)— The Iowa liquor commission has made a profit of only $4,718.91 since the first of the 27 stores now operating opened June 15, figures released by th», commission showed Tuesday. The.' commission said previous reports of profits amounting to $130,000 as revealed by the record of thejrtate comptroller were "mis- " and' that the figures were "in order that the public would not be misled into believing the profit of $130,000 was a cash profit to. the state." The- commission revealed that it owed more than ? 400,000 for liquor purchased. local sponsoring a two day music, athletic events, addresses Thursday ami Friday in the city park. Kay Harrison chief, is being assisted in arranjttnR the affair by the 14 members of the department. Former Governor Dan Turner will he the speaker Thursday afternoon at 3:30 and Judge Hub?rt Utterb.-tck will i;'.1k at the same time on Friday. Kittenball games will be mid each morning at 10 a. m.. Thursday's game being between Cambridge and Des Moines Maccabee girls. Band concerts will be belli following the games, for and hour and picnic dinners are to be served at noon. A half hour concert by the lo- ca' band will precede the talks each afternoon and baseball games will follow. Cambridge will play Slater Thursday afternoon and will play Maxwell Friday. Water fights by the department will be held each night at 7 o'clock. On Thursday a special entertainment will be given by the Leiningc"- family at 8 o'clock. On Friday a; tiiis time, the Cambridge band 'will give a concert. Other musical numbers on the prosram will be selections by a male nuartei. and girls glee club. L. R. Morris, chief of the Ames fire department, will talk Friday evening. The public is invited to attend Fritchard-'vVilliams families was (hp ji]biiee> an ,, ; no charge is being Peter Thornton Funeral Is Held at Zearing Mon. BEARING — Funeral services for Peter Thornton, SI, longtime resident in the community who died at his home here Saturday after a lingering illness, were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Evangelical church here •with the Rev. Mr. Claypool in charge. Burial was in the Colo cemetery by the side of his wife who died in. 1933. Thornton was born in Lanark- shire, Scotland, the second of a family of nine children, and came to-the United States at the age of three years. Surviving are his sons. Fred and Merle of Zearing, two daughters. Mrs. Grace Gilmore and Mrs. Edith Cross of Zearing, three grandchildren and one greatdaughter. also several brothers and sisters. . • -- <$> - _, Long-time Zearing Farmer Dies at Home On Saturday ZEARING— Charles E. Petiih- ony. 71, members of a familv long resident in this vicinity, died Saturday afternoon at hi? farm home near here. He is survived hy his wife and five children, Ruth, Charles -,r.. Georgia, Lois, end Alfred. One child died several years aeo. Funeral services were ~he!ri in the Brouhard funeral boms in Zearing Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock, after which the body was taken to demons for interment. The Rev. Rawly wa s in charge of the services. A great fire-mountain which once blazed like a lofty beacon along the Pacific coast is majestic Mt. Rainier, shown here rearing its vast bulk above the beautiful foreground of lake and forest, a picture of which will adorn one of the new series of stamps to be issued on national parks by the Postoffice Department. The vastness of its glacial mantle and the striking sculpture of its cliffs make Rainier stand out with overwhelming impressiveness. This great volcano, 14,405' feet high, covers" 100 square miles of territory and occupies about a third of the area oE Mt. Rainier national par!:. OSKALQOSA <U.F> — More than j GILBERT—A fire of unknown j ;no Free Methodists airived in Os-i origin completely destroyer! three ' small buildings on the Norman Jacobsoa farm on? mile north of' nuai ' owa Free Methodist confer- here Monday morning. j cnce and camp meeting which op- A small cob house, full, a build-j ens tomorrnTV and W j U conUnue me containing r.nicken fpen, and ^ n R. wash house we.ro destroyed. A | un ''' -^ u o- -»• washing machine. tubs and other | Following preliminary meetings articles were lost and ?e\eral tons ! of officers the first general ses- of coal w?nt up in tbe blazi. i Mon of the conference will be held Mrs. Jacobson noticrd the build- i Wednesday evening. The Rev. J. held in the city park here Sunday with 64 persons attending. The family record disclosed the death of one person. Mrs. Roy Davis; two births. Dorothy Whitney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Whitney and Marylyn Ann Cronk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cronk; one marriage. Kay W!'.- liams to Millie Graham at Long Beach, Cal. Mrs. W. C. Rupp. president was in charge of the brief business session and officers elected are: Alva Pritchard, president: Mrs. J. B. Scott, vice president; Miss Esta Whitney, secretary. Attending from Maxwell were, Mrs. William Pritchard, Alva and Edythe Pritchard, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Pritchard and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Flavis Pritchard and family, Willis Evans and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Scott, Mr. and' Mrs. W. C. Rupp, Dick Cuff, Henry McWherter, Roy Davis. Others attending were from Marshalltown. Ames. Elkhart. Des Moines, Cambridge. Collins. Nevada and Dr. and Mrs. William Pritchard, Los Angeles, Cal. ••> •• «•• Large Number Attend Kimberley-Cieverley Picnic Approximately 120 persona were present for the fifteenth annual reunion of the Kimberley and Clever* ley clans held Sunday in the city I park at Maxwell. Persons were present, from Maxwell. Marshalltown. Farrar, Collins. Fort Dodse, Colo. Fort Collins. Colo.. Newton, Dolliver. Elkhart, Des Moines Eldora and Ames. Attending from Maxwell were: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest. Pearson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Robertson and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Ward. Mrs. Ruth Pearson and son Henjy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swalwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cleverley acri Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Clever): y. <£> <£ <§> Oxley-Bell First Reunion The first reunion of tre Oxley and Bell families was an interesting event of Sunday in the city park here. The dinner wa-S served cafeteria style, at noon and the afternoon hours were spent informally. Ice I cream and cake were served late | in the afternoon. i Present from Masw?!! were: Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Enfiold. Mrs. Mabel Robertson and children. Mrs. Fannie Lund and son, Mr. and Mrs. John Swarms, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy , and " on - T , *j. Byers and uKnter Eva and Ted Hudson. Others were piesent from Mar- kaloosa Tuesday to attend the an- , shalltown. Ames. Ankeny, Des ! Moines, Newton, Altoona and : Mingo. made. Free Methodists In State Meeting at Oskaloosa Tue. Poorbaugh Reunion Is Held Sunday Members of tbe Poorbaugh fam ily gathered in the city park Sun- Gilbert in.es in flames from her kitchen ; window and summoned ?-id. A vol- j unteer bucket brigr.i'.e ex'inniish- j ed a blaze on the kitchen roof and '• kepr. iiv fire from spre.""'inc: to other Iviilflinjrs. A wind which b' ri w the flanies away from ;!i; other huildinsrs aided the lighters. ' Mi". .lr:"obson had completed her tire and ^>e r -" The $1.500 o' ;;?eri any ; » "a.='~ si'.' 1 ?! ' firo ha; not ;<: .roxirn-i'f !v Hearty-Bennett Exemptions Made DES MOINES <r.P> — Exemption i from provisions of the Beatty-Ben- i nett law amounting to $44.715 w?;e I granted to four Iowa communities ' Tuesday by C- B. Murtagh, ?ia!*> i comptroller. Marshall county was granted an exemption of ?36,OOC. Centprville • JM95, Sioux Center $3.270 and Li'.tle Rock. $l,f<50. DIES OF BURNS MANCHESTER, la., T.P> — Heman B. Randle. 40, Manchester laundry proprietor died Tuesday of burns suffered when gasoline exploded ia the dry cleaning room of his plant, NEW VRBANA. 111. ovigiu-'i "«e\v;i •vrrirl' j t - includ compile:! 'ry Pro \VONDERS day for their annual get-to-sether and picnic. The affair honored A. Watson of Indiana will act as j those having birthdays during the presiding officer nn-1 the Rev. F. j month of August and included. H. T.. Baker as missionary represent?.- j K. ?oo;riaugh, jr.. Cecil Poorbaugh. I:VP. Mary Lou Poorbaugh, Mrs. Amos The camp will he directed by i Walters, Ruth Poorbaugh. , Hek-n Rev. Carl M. Cunningham of Mar- j Davey a nd Mary Link. ion. la., and the Rev. Carol Mon- Those present from Max-veil sinpo. Boorcs la., will b& the camp were. Mr. and Mrs. Amos \VaUers r-'onc loader. and family and ?.Ir. and Mr?. G r ne ________^ -=— • i Beard. Others attended from Col THRILLSEEKER DIES j'inp. Fsrrar, Nevada and Washinc- VINTON. la.. (r.E>—Hopping a ! ton. D. C. ride on a freight train for the j <*> <§ * ."thrill" of it cost the life Tues- j Meese Reunion dny of John Conway of Sioux City, j Is H:!d Sunday ; Tiie youth lost his grip on the . The ninth annual reunion of the. ran'! rail, fell and was crushed <o i MCC ? * family was held .11 t •i-Vitii beneath wheels of the train. I park ir-re. s'uudav with 55 i « j itndanr*. STATION OPENS AT COLLINS Following the sumptuoup Hobo Conclave L Is Next Stop McCalisburg Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Morris and children, G:ne and Bonnie left Wednesday for Michigan where thev will visit Mrs. John Kline. They also plan to .attend the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Morris are staying in their bone during their week's absence. Mrs. S. D. Martin and ,'.au"hter Ruthie of Carroll were sruetts last week at the Martin Egenes home ir. Callander. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Mehlow went io Marshallitwn Friday afternoon where they met Mrs. Mehlow's fath?r. Mr. Miller of Om<m- | wa. i Mr?. Vf ra Seaterg and son Don \ of C'nicago were guests Friday in j the \Y. H. Reid home. ; Miss Edyth Jacobson is spend-: ing a week with friends here and i at Roland. ; Mozel and Francis Freist of On-; tario arf guests for a week ir, th° i home of their ur.cle and aunt. Mr. : and Mr.= . Oscar Johnson. MS IN L OIF. They're looking out warily for tne welcoming comruitiee, these delegates to tbe national hobc convention in Cincinnati, for they've met committees of this kind before, bearing clubs instead of keys to the city. Top to bottom, the Montana Kid. L. & N. Slim, and tbe Kentucky Kid are preparing to detrain at top speed from tbe box car in which they've made tU'":r way to the convention city. Mi mborr of (he At'K-s post. American Legion. Monday nlK'tt voted to -ake n IcatH- on the third floor assembly ball of Hie Odd Fellows liuilJiuR for one year, for the regular meet ing!? of the- Legion and its auxiliary. The lease will provide for use on five nights each month, with two nights for each branch of the men's and woman's units, and :i fifth night for social affairs. Tho Legion occupied HIP second floor of the onme building for six months lust winter and sprJug. C. 0. Powers was named c'lair- man of the Ames post dekRation to the annual »U«" oonveaUw, to be held in Sioux City. Sept. 3 to 5. George Urinstead w« 8 appointed chairman of tb« (all campaign. Ames Rotarian* «t Boone Fish Fry Mon. About 20 members of the Aiuet Uotary club went to Boone Monday evening for the fish fry staged by the Uoone Holury club, with visiting Uoturiaus also present from Fort Dodse. Jefferson. Webster City. Perry and Nevada. There were 138 men at the dinner. The evening entertainment consisted of a swlmir.iug show iu the municipal pool at McHose park. The fish fry, which was held in tbe park, has becomt an annual tveni. Announcement We wish to announce that we have bought from E. R. Geiser, the business and plant known as AMES DISPOSAL WORKS Changes have been made so that we now can handle any amount of dead stock at all times. Call Us Day or Night Ames Rendering Co. Dealers and Manufacturers Hides — Grease — Tankage — Meat Scraps PHONE (Day or Night) 901 :e cit- in at COLLINS—Al Sward, who oper- cers are rlijcovery o stem; l,iw of •!iov:r. : law o; of ROYAL ENGAGEMENT HK HACU'K. !'.!:• - j;, cess Juliana, b^ir • ?oou would bocoui marry Prince K;ir :i-p'.U'W o.' Ki:is; (,\\> said tr;.it. tbe anrmui r.f made on A:;.u. dinner i a Fhort business session was held ate? the west side garage former-! wish Mr?. Charles Weston of B.ix- r. Hy opener! the Standard Oil til- j ter. president, and Mrs. Clarence s'nnon on Main street Satur- j Long. Farrar. secretary and rre.is- riay ro the public. The station has j-.irr-r. been closed for the past three j Thr»» marriages .one death nr.'i months. Mr. Sward will operate j {wo birth? were recorded in the th n station in connection with his j fnniily record, during the v.-ar. Marraiges The Kev. and Mrs. Wilson and ; three daughters of Fonda called on j Gilbert friends Friday. They were : dinner guests at the Ross Dod'U ' home. The Rev. Mr. Wilson was : pastor of the Gilbert Congregational church several years ago. ; Mr. and Mrs. Knuie Tindelacd : and Richard of Centerville, S.. D.: Mrs. Scotland. Selma and Robert of Vermillion, S. D.. were .gxiests Saturday night, of Mr. and Mrs. Gunder Holmes. Howard Ostrem who has spent the summer working ar Hardy. la., spent ihe week end with his family here. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Clouser, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Groomes spent Sunday with a sister and her family at Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Evans and family of Webster City spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shepard. Miss Mildred Reitz of Maxwell spent Sunday and Monday with Miss Abbie Rainbolt. Miss Arlene Jacobson of Des Moines and Miss Lucile of Cedar Fails spent the week end at the Dan Jacobson home. Mrs. Ed Peterson and baby son. Philip Roger, returned to their home from the Mary Greeley hospital Friday. Mrs. Peterson's aunt Mrs. Nels Askelson of Jordan is assisting in their care. Miss Carol Berry spent, the week end with her friend Marie Inglis at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Thompson of Sioux City arrived Saturday for a weeks visit at the Ed Holmes home here and at the M. T. Hartman home at Ames. On Sunday a family reunion and a picnic dinner was enjoyed at the Ed Holmes home. The following were present: Mr.' and Mrs. Nels Thompson of Sioux City, Mrs. Theo Howland, Bernard and Ruin and Mr. anu Mrs. Chris Dale and Theresa of Story City; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Christenson and family of Jewell; Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hartraan and family of Ames, Mrs. Lars Howland. Mr. and Mrs. Brint Hanson and Clifford, Mr. and Mrs. Orlin Askelson and Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peterson and family. i Mr. Tatum drove to Morning Sun j Monday taking Miss Bertha Gris| sin and Miss Muriel McDonnell | home after a two weeks visit here. I Miss LaHoma Ikerd left Tues! day for several weeks visit with i relatives at Panora. Miss Glendora Holmes entertained a number of friends at a slumber party Friday night. The fol- Lila I Christenson. Alice Bel! and Leona Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith of Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. May of Chicago arrived nnouncmq- Ames Oldsmobile Company 108 FIFTH ST, PHONE 813 us Oldsmobile Dealer in this community Oldgrnobile takes pleasure in announcing this new member of the Oldsmobile dealer organization. Up-to-the- minute facilities make this new Oldsmobile Sales and Service establishment one of the most modern in this community—providing motorists with that prompt, efficient service which is one of the reasons for the satisfaction of owning an Oldsmobile. The serrica department, with its personnel of factory-trained mechanics, is completely stocked with genuine factory parts and equipment. I ' Al Delmar Beard to >."""" —•-•-- ;•--""";,. r.oona London, Mingo; Howard ! ^I!" 1 ?!Ll "^u? 1 ^!. Answers to ! Test Questions BULLKEADS STARVED NEBRASKA CITY. TP> — 1m reported thai large bullhead's • il.at ticy are catching in driving park < tubs to 'traps INVENTORS CONGRESS CINCINNATI. : !• - h-v, u ponds sr* do«n to skin and hones n.« a result of drouth, insf-r; fooiis have (i^a.ififr.uod because ol the eroj> :rom that to be '.<<r O'pt'iiir.s, of ill' 1 - i:.i; I'M KU-••£•„ ;s!t_ol.i_ hold. Switzerland. Titicaca. (Jeorge Eliot. Medina. "Star of the Sea." President of Cuba. Annual allowance snniif.1 10 veriign and numbers of his Maxwell and Laurel Beard, Minj-i; Rt-i<i Rumbaiigh :.nd Agner Spcon- er. Mingo. Two children born during the past year were Carroll ; Dtiane Rumbaugh. Mingo, and Phirky Ann Tinnermeyer. Baxter. Atteniiin?; the reunion were relatives from Baxter. Ames. Des Moin-s. Maxwell, Rice [,ake. Wis., Poone, Farrar. Mingo and r»?s Moines. are cobson home. The women daughters of Mr. and Mrs. son, Other guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobson and Marilyn and Mr. anil Mrs. Clarence Jacobson. Miss Nettie Latham who is studying for her doctor's degree at Iowa State college and who is a teacher ir, the junior college at Moorehead, Miss., spent the week end with Superintendent and Mrs. Latham. Miss Emma Maclllrath of Iowa State college spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ed Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Tatum and family of Lawnhill were guests Si iv JO. Rome AUie.t C. Michael, Ritchie, Tufts Reunion At Maxwell Sunday The annual Tuft family reunion «nd picnic was h*ld Sundiy i-.i the... Maxwell c ,ty park. j Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Tatum. Members were present from Far-! Mr. and Mrs. Richard West of rar. Colfax. Mitrnellvillp. He* ! Arnes announce the arrival of a Monies. Bomlurant, Maxwell nr ,fl s o n on Friday. He ha; been Riven Dubll( l" f '- ,'lie name of'Larry Cnarles. You are cordially invited to visit this nev dealer's showroom and see the beautiful new Oldsmobiles now on display. See the big All-Feature Six you are hearing so much about—the Style Leader of the low-price field! See the luxurious Straight Eight, roomier, .finer, more beautiful than ever, wi th all the refinements of higher priced cars. NOW 9-OUT-OF-10 CAN AFFORD AN OLDSMOBILE Drive these cars. Enjoy the smooth, gliding ride you get with Oldsmobile Knee-Action wheels -.. the safe touch- of-toe stopping with Oldsmobile self- Su-frUnthr t-Joer $*din energizing Super-Hydraulic Brakes ... the effortless handling with Center- Control Steering ... the steadiness assured by the Bide Stabilizer—the luxurious comfort of roomy Fisher Bodies, with No Draft Ventilation . . . all the features a 1934 car must hare to give you full -value for your money. Oldsmobile offers all these features in precision-built cars priced to 61 the pocketbooks of 9-out-of-10 families that will buy new cars this year! Six?*, (6HO and «p. Eights $88S and up, list prices at Lansing- Spare tire with fcc*, metal tire cover, bumper* front and rear, and rear gyring covers built in all cars at ext ra lint price. OLDSMOBILE SIX HiSO * EIGHT '885 ****

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