Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on July 21, 1933 · Page 7
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*BPT BBTTEl III AMX8 AMBS DAILY TUBUVE TOO*. 4MW. IOWA, FRIDAY, JULY U 1»33. Moon-MayMu . - , NuptUk. Friday MJw DOrcM 1>« Moon, daughter of Mr.*nd Mm. D. N. Mooacf Mid- dletdwn, p., and Dan McClaran H*y*ft of Ames were united la ntor- rfage in a ceremony performed early Friday morning In -the Memorial Union. Plans had been made to hold the ceremony in the formal gardens at low* SUgft-.college but due to rain it wa» hpld Instead in the Union. ' • Toe Rev. B- B. DavJd»6i pastor of the Ame» y Baptist church read the service a£ 6:30 to the presence of 35 relatives and friends. The bride was charming in a white suit with brown accessories. Her flowers •were', a corsage of Johanna Hill roses. Miss Dorothy Moon, sister of the bride was maid of honor and also wore a white suit. Her accessories were green. Paul 'Wilson of Mlddletown, O., was the best man. • A wedding breakfast was served immediately after • the ceremony. The long table was centered with a decorated wedding cake, tall yellow tapers and flowers. The couple left in the early morning for a motor trip to Chicago and Michigan anfl a visit will also be made with their parents. They will be at home-in the Granford annex after Sept 10. Mr. Hayes will take graduate work at Iowa State college during the coming year. The groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Anson Hayes of Middletown, 0. He-'was graduated from Iowa State college, chemistry department Thursday evening receiving his. degree at the "summer session commencement exercises. Dr. and Mrs. Anson Hayes are former residents of thls ; place. Dr. Hayes having been connected with the chemistry department at Iowa State college. Install Lodge Officers Wed, Officers for the next sue months for Iowa council No. 24, Degree of Pocahontas were Installed at the meeting held Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. C. A. Oliver. Mrs. Prudence Burton as installing officer was assisted by. Mrs. Myra CAHNDAB Friday Yours and Mine Club. Maccabees Picnic. Worthwhile Circle. TwentietS- Century Club. United Btethren Dinner. Olive Mead, Bqrtha Mead, G.. M. Womiley,' C. H- Brimhall, E. H. Mahoney and the Misses Martha Dobbin and Harriett Bassett. The luncheon tables carried bouquets of garden flowers. Club Enjoys ', Lawn Party A group of members of the Country Social club enjoyed a de' lightful lawn party at the country home of Mrs. M. Roberts west of State Center on the Lincoln highway Wednesday. Following the,'business session of the regular monthly meeting, Mrs. J. 0. Abrajns gave a reading, "His Perfect Wife/' Mrs. Henry Chitty was in charge of a spelling contest which was won by. Mrs. Abrams. The rest jot the afternoon was spent socially with the -hostess serving refreshmfnts with chuich" parsonage foliowi»f the service. Mrs. Thompson is the feufhter of the Rev. »ad Mrs. C. D. Wendel of Radcliffe. 8h» is * graduate of the Radcliffe blfh school and taught In the schools there for several years. She attended Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls and later enrolled »s * student nurse in the Presbyterian hospital In Chicago. Following her graduation from that institution she has been employed at the Billings Memorial hospital in Chicago. The Rev. Mr. Thompson is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thompson of Roland. He was graduated from the Roland high school in 1922. The following year he entered Western Union college at LeMars and completed his course there in 1926. He then taught for two years in the Story City high school and in the fall of 1929 entered Dr. White's Biblical seminary in New York city where he studied a year. He was graduated from a two year course at the Evangelical seminary at Napiersville, 111., and psnet the following summer in Europe. In the fall he entered Boston university where he receiv. ed his master's degree. He was appointed to the; Colo pastorate a year ago and received his reap- pdintment last spring. The couple left Sunday evening for a week's honeymoon trip to the lakes jn iaorthern Minnesota. Class Holds Annual Picnic The annual picnic of the Eran- glical Sunday school of Zearing was held Friday in the Zearing park. The Home Builders class was in charge of tables and entertainment."" _____ Garden Club the aid of-her daughter,. Miss Liz- Holds M«etlrig ~'~ ""' . The Collins Garden club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Nettie Klmberley. The lesson was on "Decorative Trees" and was given by Miss Alice Burney. zie Roberts. Miss Mildred guest. Neidert was a . #> <*> We ndel-Thompsen Marriage Is Announced Announcement is made of the 1 marriage of Miss Helen Wendel of i Chicago and the Rev. G. O. Thompson of Colo which took place Sunday in Radcliffe. The candlelight ceremony was performed in the Evangelical church at 4 o'clock The Rev. C. D. Wendel father of the bride read the service. The altar of the church was banked with "white blossoms and ferns. Nuptial music was played on the marimba preceding the service by Miss Bertha Hoffman, The bride was very lovely in a bouffant style gown of white organdy and taffeta jacket. Her long Nevada Society News and Person*/* veil was of oriental lace and was Queal. The officers are: ' Mrs. May Broadwell, Pocahontas; Mrs. Mur- held in place at the head with a rel White, Winona; L. A. Queal, spray of orange blossoms. She car- Powhatan; Mrs. Hazel Corkins, prophetess; Mrs. Prudence Burton, first scout; Mrs. Theo Oliver, second scout; C. A. Oliver, guard of the forest; Mrs. Lucille Brqwnfield- guard of the teepee. Mrs. Prudence Burton was selected as delegate from the local lodge to the great council to be held in Burlington. Mrs. ijs the alternate. May Brsaaweir Announcement Party Dr. P- Mabel Nelson and Miss Cora B. Miller were hostesses at a dinner Monday evening at which, '"time the announcement of the engagement of Miss Elsie Wilson, assistant professor in the home ecc£ nomics education department at Iowa-State college to Dr. C. S. Gwynne, acting" head of .thje'geol : ogy department was made. • , Courtesy For .-,.IV Amet-Visitor - • Miss Harriet Lawson was hostess at a .delightful dinner party Wednesday evening at her country t home as a courtesy for her house*- guest, Misa Margaret Alkire of Hoopeston, 11L The dinner was served at 7 o'clock and the later evening was spent in swimming; in-.-the pool at Carr's Riverside ""*" ried. a shower bouquet^ of -white roses and lilijs of thVyajffigr. Miss Ruth Wendel, JasCbrajesmaid wore! a period- frock of pale blue organdy and carried an arm bouquet of snapdragons. Miss Mary Portzline, superintendent of nurses at Billings Memorial hospital in Chicago, who served as maid of honor, was attired in i a frock of pink organdy and carried snapdra- " .. Paul Wenttel of DesMbines,; brother of the "bride gave her in marriage and" George Wendel another brother was best man. Noel J. Thompson, brother of the groom, 'A'as groomsman. A reception was held in the Entertains*. V" •. •' ••' ' '•" Bridge 6hib * Mrs. E. G. Lager was hostess to members of the Jo-Ely Bridge club Wednesday afternoon at her home. Contract bridge was played during the afternoon:and Iced drinks and tea cakes were' served. • ' Mrs. H. W. Schirmer, of Mitchell, S. D., was a guest ftpm^ out of the city. '.-< ._,.. a*'-" Y. P.'faVc'. pb Meet F-cWay The YS -PivM. C. of the Evangelical church will meet Friday evening at the.Applegate home. A delegate will be,elected to attend the camp meeting in 'August All members are urged to be present "• . ..-.' •€•«>«> Ladies Aid ,• : - ; _ v _;,; ,. A ->- : • Sponsor*-Tea ''~ : ' : "'-'*'- ; •'• Mrs. E.. L r t McConkie was hostess at h'erj'^ome Friday, afternoon to a tea*Jf#opsored by the, women of the Central Presbyterian!church. Mr. and Mrs.- Sam Sfeigenvalt and daughter Belly motored to D«» Moiue» Tbur»d»y. Mr. 8t«i(«rw«lt attended * itmte me*ti»g of couuty officer* which op«tt«d Thursday. Sessions are being held "in the Polk county eourt boyse, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 8*m*on h*d as their guest* Sunday, Mrs. A. C. Samson mad son Roe of Wibnux, Mont. J. C. Burdlck of Shenandoth returned from a visit with hie aunt in McGregor and is again the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bur- diok. The Misses Lida Beckley and Helen Button left Thursday morn- Ing for Chicago where they will attend the world's fair for a week. Mrs. Carl T. Irish is reported to be getting along as well *s can be expected. She underwent mn operation Wednesday morning at the Iowa sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. Harold ^ JlDBtgom- ery have as their guests, lir. Montr gomery's sister Mrs. Allen Benson, Mr. Benson and little daughter Mary of Ravinia, S- D. Mrs. Bertha Doane of Greenfield is,a. guest in the home of her daughter Mrs. J. Donnellen and husband. Mrs. Tom Wilson is recovering nicely from an operation performed Monday at the Iowa sanitarium. Mies Margaret Hilleman has returned from Chicago where she visited with her aunt, Mrs; B. A. Carpenter and also attended the world's fair. , Farm Bureau And 4'H Clubs NBWMETRBE INSTALLED Harry Ramsey wu installed as sachem, or chief officer, of Pawnee tribe No. 172, Improved Order of Red Men, at the installation conducted Thursday night in the L O. 0. F. hall. N. E. Swart* was the installing officer. Other officer* installed were: Francis Em'ery, senior sagamore; E. G. Uhl, junior sagamore; Chester Ramsey, prophet; T. P. Emery, representative to great council of Iowa; S. L. White, trustee; N. E. Swartz, team captain. Presents -Lesson To 4-H Club, Miss Gertrude Cookingham, county home demonstration agent, gave a lesson on reinishing furni ture at the meeting of the State Center Steady Climbers 4-H girls club at the home of Pauline Hatson Tuesday. The afternoon was closed with refreshments served by the hostess. CHICAGO CIVIC GROUPS AGAINST PROGRAM (Continued from page-1} man of the protest committee, Friday told the United Press-that the school board's plan would destroy school activities which could not be resumed. Their contemplated cuts, she said, include: Fifty per cent reduction in kindergarten -personnel. Elimination of the junior high schools. •. . Complete destruction of the junior college. • Complete destruction of the vocational guidance department Complete destruction of musical education including school orchestras and bands. Fifty per cent reduction in the personnel of physical education. Complete abolition of the special physical instructors, in elementary classes. Fifty per cent reduction in the personnel' of high scliool physical educators. Complete abolition of football coaches for special games. MOBSTER HELD FOR FACTOR KIDNAPING 'Continued'from'Ha** On«> Chief Dahill also Mid he would flle charges. Patrolman Harold Ward, who was off duty, captured the men after Touhy, who -/as driving the automobile in which the suspects were riding, struck a telephone pole. la the car police found seven pistols, a rifle, a golf bag filled with ammunition, and a supply ct gauze, adhesive tape and a rope. Chief of Detectives Shoemaker said he believed the men were preparing to kidnap another victim when they were captured. Other members of the "terrible Touhy" gang captured with tfieir leader were Gustave (Gloomy Gus) Shafer, 36, St Paul; Willie Sharkey. 37. sought for the murder of Statement oiftlM Condition til College Sayings Bank Orsanlzed under tt« laws of Iowa, located at Ame*, Iowa. In th« County of Story, at th# close v business on the 30th day of June. A. D. 1933. RESOURCES I-cans and Discount* bonds and securities $265,652.06 Overdrafts . 192.65 Banking house. $5,800.00 Furniture and fixtures J.700.00 7,500.00 Other real ei* tate owned None Due from banks • : and bankers. <*ash and cash , Items 175,892.36 Total resources $447,237.07 UARIT.TTIKS Capital stock „$ 25.000.00 Surplus fund ... 15,000.00 $ 40,000.00 Undivided profits (after de- luctlnc expenses) Individual deposits subject to check 351.8S8.49 Savings deposits 30,629.95 TUnp cprtifirates of deposit ..... 14,556.73 Demand certificates, certified checks, cashier's checks and unpaid dividends. 7,488.52 404,563.69 2,673.3$ 2.S73.3S Total liabilities _ • $447,237.0 State of Iowa, Story County, ss. We, C. A. Knudson. President, anc T. E. LaVelle, Cashier of the ban!, above named, do solemnly sir that the foreKoInjs iiatement Is full true atd correct, to the best of ou knowledge and belief. T A. KNTTDSON President T. E. LaVELLE, Cashier. i Real 1 ..-••• . Sworn to -before me and subscrihei In my.presence by O.'A. Kntwlson T. R. LaVelle, this 11 Of day of July 1933. V. M. L,YNCH, Notary Public In and for Story Oovint> (Seal) ATTESTED BY: A. T. ERWIN: E. D. BUCHANAN. County Society Regular Meeting Y. W- Club Friday Roll call was answered .'.with "Home Remedies" at the meeting of the Y. W. club of State Center it the home of Mrs. Clarence Stansfield Friday afternoon. Mrs. C. C. Miller and Mrs. L. C..Buck vere winners of contests conducted by Mrs. James- Richeson. U Kensington Club Hostess Mrs. James P- Allison was host ess to the Kensington club of State Center at a one o'clock luncheon at the Englewod tearoom Wednesday. The afternoon •hours were devoted to bridge. Guests were Mesdames Ray Stouffer, J. G. Gutekunst, F. G. Bagge, L. C. Hilteman, together with Mrs. M. J. Rohwedder and her daughter,, Mrs. Harry L- Hoi- brook, of Evanston, 111. Entertains Sewing Club The state Center Sewing club was entertained at the home of Mrs. C. C. Miller Thursday. A picnic covered dish supper was served and the evening was spent socially. Aid Holds Monthly Meet 'A musical program of unusual attractiveness was the feature of the monthly meeting O f the Ladies aid society of the federated churches of State Center at the Presbyterian church parlor Thursday afternoon. Numbers presented included: Pipe organ solos, "Alice Where Art Thou" and "Litany" (Schubert), Maxine Brimhall; vocal solos, "Ghost Pipes" (Lieumet) and "The Little Irish Girl" (H. Lphr), Archie Alison with Mrs. James P. Allison at the piano.' flute duet. "Alliance Polka," (Abt) and "Oh Could I Teach the Nightingale" Maxine BrJrahftll and Mar- Ian Brimhall West, accompanied by Miss Jnn« Wrnsp], Approximately ffl onjnyeel the sntertnlnni'-ni /md purinnk of the luncheon terved by Mtsdamet , TO (PEpPLE WHO WANT SOMETHING FOR NOTHING ,. There are some things we refuse to do. to sell_a car. We like sales, but fair-dealing and the confidence of ourv customers are desirable, too. For one thing, we refuse to poison anyone's mind against another mak of car. We know-what our cfr is and what it .will do, and we, are,ready to tell you about that. But to imply defects in another car is not our business. ;• ': We have done our utmost to encourage intelligent buying of motor cars by showing purchasers how to protect their own interests. All that a good producer asks is a customer who knows quality when he sees ; it.. An intelligent purchaser will speedily conclude that only a bad product requires bad sales methods. : We refuse, also, to adopt the role of tricky trader^-that ; is,, pretending to offer you a larger trade-in allowance, and taking it away from you in some other way. Ford trade-in values are high, but we ; do not make fictitious allowances in order to get a sale which may be otherwise- disadvantageous to'the buyer. Our dealers take used cars upon, a system, of values, not by haggling or barter. ' . In this world no one gets something for nothing, although there are; many ways of making people think that they do. The sure »^o^getjalue for value is, first, by being yourself willing to deal on that basis, and second, by dealing with a concern that -h** ^ -ther Policy--We refuse to keep dinning in your ears that the Ford V-8 is the best, 00 st economical, lowest-priced car. That is claimed for several cars. Obviously it cannot be true of all. There comes a point wWe^claims and adjectives and all advertising hysteria disappears in its own fog. Personally, I prefer facts. We say the new Ford V-8 is the best car we have made. We say that our 8-cylinder car is as economical to operate as any lower number of cylinders. « We say that we have always been known as the makers of.good cars and that the many good, well-balanced qualities of our present car places it at the head of our line to date, .»i/« n rf Anyone wishing to do business with us on these principles will find our word and the. quality of our product to be A-l. ^at we say about economy, operation and durability will stand good anywhere, July 17th, 1933 FAQI a Capone gangster last year, aid JEddi* (Father Tom) . McFadden, Accused of acting as negotiator in kidnapings. A fifth member of the gang escaped. Touhy's arrest wag hailed as a major ttep it th« efforts to smash mid western kidnaping gangs. Accused of dozeni of crimes, Touhy has remained a mysterious character. Hit father was a patrolman on the Chicago police force. Two brothers, John mad James, were slain In gang wars. With collapse of the Capone gang, the Touhy mob, reputed to number 80 men, has supplaat«d it as the underworld's strongest power. Plant Now! Beans, Beets, Turnips, Carrots, etc. All seed sold In bulk. COE'S FLOWER SHOf Flowers for All Occasions Yes We Have Those Chickens You Want HENS OR SPRINGS <f <ijt I SPRINGS (iir« _.. lAVI weight) Ib :'.. HENS (lire weight) Ib.. ICE CREAM, quart COTTAGE CHEESE, Ib )OC IOC BUTTERMILK, quart MILK, 2 for lie 8c ISc We will have some fresh Bologna and Minced HMO for those picnics and. lunches. Mac's Hairy-Poultry Mkt 215 Fifth—Phone 142 HARVEST SALE .'! \, 0 •3 u fl 0 A Sil* designed especially for the farm woman, who is faced with the* problem, of cooking for harvest and ^hreshing hands. But the city wife will find attractive values, too, Special attention is given to items that cut preparation -time to the minimum, and larger sizes of staple items, on which there is an appreciable saving. Prices are going up! Buy Now! 'S It 0 M m RITE-WAY FOOD STOBES _ MARSHALLf OWN DIVISION Prices Effective Friday Saturday,, July 21 and MAYFLOWER Red Cherries^ :59c , : Finest Michigan fruit, JACK SPRAT Cake Flour pid^e I9c Equal baking quality for less money. RUMFORD Bakin The secret of success & economy in home baking Baking Powder J 24c Quaker Muffets Each Muffet makes an* generous breakfast. * «1CK«1£C PLAIN OR IODIZED "WHENTj RAINS • it POURS' 'loreoRt*. . Crffet « t , & At bmf* o< «. !*» tm. \imm vAo »ffl md man Am MML •Be p«r p«-J i> • bvimi p*e« far teffe* of It Qnl«r «Mlily.. tf, trfui ~A A t "A jg ir f * .-•t*r-' Sardines v«n c*mp'i 10c Shrimp J»ek Sprat—rnout or dry— Per : can.... 14c Peaches F 5 neT «° Hen —h«i»*» «r 2 cans 35c Pineapple J ? ek SP™*- Fancy whole Large can. 21c Kidney Beans J»ek s P nt B«L__ 2 cans..... I9c Pork & Beans J^f. Potato Flakes Corn Flakes £ L "« 2 cans..... 21c ^ 6oz.pfcg... 15c 2 pkgs....... Powderxsd Sugar -/.;,,:,;. •"-— J»ek Sprat— aAoiiaf t»M*t» la Peanut Butter Summer Drink Yeast B Grace Mint Juleps Yamc Golf K3»t—« new prorfsrt. J»rt lamS h«t«ad^ ^ Sweet Pickles TOOTHBRUSH With Each Tnbe FULLER'S MAGNESIA DENTAL CREAM CIANT TUBE Buy No. 10 Canned Fruit Now! Prices are stffl low, but practical failure of loca terisfe crop means higher prices; Buy mom and re-cm when, ifs cool Harriet Hill's HAND & SKIN CREAM Harriet Hill's WAVE POWDER t«te Tube Haod Crt»m.<wartti« WtvcPovder-- JACK SPRAT i Salad Dressing j£ 25c Special Introductory Offer! A superior : tiressM*jt. Selected Fresh Fruits and Vegetable* Peaches, Apricots, Bananas and Orangai ~'~ ~ /\, Cabbage, Lettuce, Celery and Fresh Corn Reasonable Prices * Brooms Each 59c R GrOvtr— wtO wear and wear and wear. Rinse • Large size 21c Makes eJolhM whiter. Liix Toilet Soap 3 bars 21c Sunbrite Qeanser Per can 5c BOYS/ GIRLS' Tone (n The Jack Sprat Smite Club WOC-WHO. 9:00 A. M.. Every Saturday Morning Tutsdfty* WcdMftdw ftvorfttFeMteofFMnc RITE-WAY FOOD STORES M&IH GROCERY PEYTON GROCERY , 214 Main Street-Phone 29 2902 West Street—Phone 337 NEARBY RITE WAY STORES Swanson 's Rite-Way Grocery.. NEVADA , R-Store NAPBBB John Michaelson ROLAND Barry 'a Cash Store ....... CAMBRIDGE James Grocery COLO ingwald Madison ZEARING Dwight Hughes STANHOPE Rite Way Groc. STRATFORD Bhugart Rite-Way Grrxj.McCALLSBURG Hanna's Rite-Way Groc HUBBARD

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