Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on July 28, 1933 · Page 7
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 7

Ames, Iowa
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Friday, July 28, 1933
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'BOY BBTW1 Df AM£f' JJOEi DAILY TMBPHE TIMMJ. 4101 IOWA, FRIDAY, i\JUf 28, Entertains W. H. B. Club Th« members of the W. H. B. club were entertained Vedoeeday afternoon by Mrs. J. A. Taylor at her home on Crawford arenue. Twelve members and Mrs., Mary Penfleld, Mrs. Thomas Johnson and Miss Jeanette Davis, guests, were present A short business meeting was held and the remainder .of the afternoon was spent socially. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Richard' Lawson and Mrs. Alvln Banks. The next meeting nounced later. will be an- Entertain* at Dlnntr Bridge Mrs. Sadie Sowers was hostess Wednesday evening at a most delightful dinner bridge party at the Bungalow tearoom to members of the Kensington club of Nevada and guests. The dinner was served at 7 o'clock and bridge was the diversion of the later evening. I Members present were: Mes- i dames H. W. Bowers, Harry Lang- I land, Wright Ringheim, W. W. Fay I Clifton McCall, Roy R. Frazier, Ira ' Kempkes and Frank M. Boardman. Guests included: Meadames J. A Mills, E. H. Addison, T. P Worsley Edith McCall, A. H. Fay, B. B Welty. W. W. Horras, W. K. Boardman, Allen Sowers, William Sowers Fred S. Fiicklnger, Guy Cooper, Maxwell, and Elizabeth' Gal van of Ames. <S> * 4 •.'. " Student Dance It Held Saturday The regular. Saturday evening dance for summer school students will be held at the Memorial Union. <& $ * District Lecturers' Assn. to Meet Tues. The District Lecturers' associa- __ CALENDAC Friday Art Club. W. R. c. Carpenter's Aux. Picnic. a courtesy for Miss Dorothy Arrasmith who announced at this time her secret marriage to Walter Edge which took place Nov. 23 1932, In Galesburg, I1L The announcement was cleverly made by Miss Marjorie McLaughlin following a tap dance number. Delicious refreshments were served at the conclusion of the' evening. Nevada Society News and Personals Plane Crash Fatal to Lithuanian Fliers lion of Story county will hold its sixty-fourth meeting at Ames Tuesday evening Aug. 1. All Master Ma sons desirous of improving the efficiency of their work are cordially invited to attend. The meeting will be duly purged and styled du the third degree. •e, « «. Mrs. Guard Honored Thursday Among the many recent courtesies for Mrs. W. F. Guard of Columbus. Ohio, was an informal K. N. A. Hold Dinner Party Thirty-five members of the Nevada Royal Neighbor lodge enjoyed a dinner meeting Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Frank Tyler. At this time the losers in a statewide membership contest •were hostesses to the winners. The dinner at 6:45 was followed by a short business meeting and the remainder of the evening was spent socially. f£ P t he . Atlan t« 0° an attempted non-stop flight from New York to.Xovno. Lithu- fh ™.i h * • , 1US and SUnley Girenas - Lithuanian fliers, were killed only 375 miles from their goal when their plane crashed in the woods at Soldin, Germany. Here's a view of the wreckage Entertains Catholic Guild The Catholic guild social -was held Wednesday afternoon at the country home of Mrs Lew Heintz. A good attendance was reported. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the afternoon, which was spent informally. Des here Counts Society Neu/s Class Holds Annual Picnic Proposes Secret Police With a Spy in Every Gang to Cut Crime By ROBERT T. LOUGHRAN United Press.Staff Correspondent CHICAGO OIH) — A secret police with a spy in every gang is the solution to tlie growing kidnaping The members of the loyal Bible | menace suggested by Patrick Ter- Miss Josephine Ball of Moines visited with friends Wednesday. Miss Margaret Corbin returned Wednesday evening from Chicago j where she had been the past ten days attending the world's fair and also visiting, with relatives. Mrs. Forrest Grove of Des luncheon Thursday girtn by Mrs. Moines is a week-end guest in the ""' ' ' J " " home of Mrs. Harry Mills. Mr. Quincey c. Avers and Mrs. EL F. Graff at the Avers' home, 914 Brookridge aveuue.' Covers were arranged for 12 at two tables centered with bowlo of lovely garden rlowers In shaoes 01 lavender, pui- ple and blue, witu pink roses. A social hour was enjoyed during the afternoon. - t :>: ' Mrs, sA. J, WjLkiifton entertained 18 •^fetn»f v fr!eiidlf'of*!ier nieces. Carolene Ellen and Willa Mae Guard Friday afternoon in the gar- d,en of her home on Ash avenue. Dr. and Mrs. Guard and their two daughters, former Ames resid. ents. who have spent the past two weeks in the home of Mrs. Guard's sister, Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson, have been entertained extensively by old friends. The visitors will leave Saturday morning for a month' at Hackensaek, Minn., before returning to their 7 ome in Columbas, 0. Grove will come Saturday for a wetk-end visit in 'the Mills home. Leonard Coleman is recovering from a -broken left shoulJei which he received a week ago when he was thrown to the ditch and step ped on by one of the horses he was driving. The wagon tongue broke and he was jeried to th _L - * . - ' : .V m~v ground. Mrs. Richard Hopkins and daughter'.. Miss Vivian Hopkins o: Troy. N. Y.^ came Thursday for a week-end visit in the John Hopkins home. They have been visit ing Mrs. Hopkiu's people and plan to leave* next week for their home in New York. Supt. and Mrs. T. B. Warren who have been in Pleasantville visiting in the uome of Mrs. Warren's -parents were in Nevada Friday v,-hsre they attended the fu- Dinner and Bridge At Country Club Reservations were made for 52 for the dinner and bridge party at tie- Ames Golf and Country, club Thursday evening. Mr. and' Mrs. Charles Reynolds, dinner chairmen. were assisted by .•Mr." and Mrs. Clay Stafford, Mr. and' Mrs. W. H.' Root, Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Taff, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Clement. . Bridge was played* at 13 tables during the later evening. High score prize for the women was awarded to Mrs. Clay Stafford and high for the men to Edgar V. Collins. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mann were bridge chairmen." • Out of town guests Included. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Guard and Miss Lucille Lincoln, Minneapolis, Minn. Announce Secret'Marriage ; Mrs. Thomas Faulker and Mrs. Steven Her entertained at a delightful evening party Thursday at the Her home on Homewood drive as neral services held for the late Mrs. Carl T. Irish. • Mrs. Hattie D. Fowler and daughter Doroiy who is home from St. Louis for a vacation, Mrs. Rose Spratt and daughter from Marshalltown and Mrs. G, A. Benjamin will Uave Friday for Lake Okoboji where they will spend the week-end at a cottage at the lake. Claire G. Wriglit of Kansas City, brother of Mrs. A. M. Ringheim and a former Nevada business man is reported to be recovering satisfactorily from an operation performed a number of days ago at the tfniversity hospital " in Iowa City. Mrs. Margaret Hasslinger Schirmer and daughter Frances return-Thursday . morning to their home in Mitchell, S. D., after a two weeks 'visit in 'the homes of relatives in the city. class of the federated churches of State Center held their annual picnic at- the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Miller, south of town, Friday. Out-door games were played and a picnic supper was served by Mrs. Miller with the assistance o'f Mrs. J. L-. McMahon, Mrs. Emma Evans and Miss Harriet Bassett. Mrs. Mary B. Stouffer and Miss Alice Dobin were welcomed as members of the class. « ® <& Semi-Monthly Westing Lions Club j Members of the State Center Lions Internal! jnal, together with their wives as special guests, were highly-entertained at the regular seml-moMbly meeting Monday night by Dr. R. F. French, of Marshalltown, who made a trip around the world last year, and gave an interesting travel talk illustrated with motion pictures. Manchuria was the direct subject of the descriptive lecture of the guest speaker and his portrayal was greatly s-njoyed. Dr. A. D. Woods, past president of the club, who was program chairman for the evening .introduced the speaker. Wayne Richards, piano, and Dan Woods, violin, played several numbers during the dinner at the Englewood tearoom. rence Roche whose name has long been a terror to gangdom. Pat Roche, wno has fought criminals some 20 years as policeman, federal agent and chief investigator for the Cook county state's at- tbrney is the only man who so far has unearthed evidence in Chicago which drew a life sentence for a kidnaper who pleaded guilty. That was during his service under State's Attorney John A. Swanson, succeeded at the last election by Thomas J. Courtney. "Kidnaping is a national problem," Roche said today. "It requires nation-wide alertness if we are to stamp it out. "War-time measures should be used. During the war. the government had agents in all the subversive groups op;rating in this country. We can do the same now — learn the identies and plans of kidnapers and save lives and fortunes." The tall, steel-strong nemesis of several kidnaping gangs cast his, cold blue eyes out the window, ran fingers thru jet-colored hair and reminisced. At 45, Pat Roche looks like a man of 35. He speaks with a pronounced Iris"h brogue. "I was with the'government during the war. I bought five bombs from an archist and helped break up his gang." Roche has respect for the ingenuity of kidnapers. He believes that until six months, ago, most gang kidnapings were motivated partly by revenge. Now, he thinks, gangsters crowded out of the once lucrative liquor traffic have turned to kidnaping any person of wealth. That very factor, he believes will prove the downfall of the gangs. "Kidnapers are clever as the Devil himself," Roche said, "A gang sends a few members to a distant city. They look over the situation, pick their victim, nab him. Then they speed away to a .prearranged hideout and let the higher-ups in the gang- be the go-betweens. "The victim seldom sees his captors. He rarely knows them. For that reason, I believe, the first thing to do is to find the house or cellar where the victim was held. He usually can recognize some feature of the place. "Then under-world contact men •eport on the activities of gangsters. They watch to see if any members of any gang are buying new clothes _and spending their money freely. That's always a' good ndication of who the guilty mav Wimodausis Club Meets The Wimodausis club t>£ Stale Center met Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Pitman at their home, which is the Methodist parsonage. After a pot luck supper served on the lawn, the narty reassembled . .in th,e house -where bridge .was played at six -tables arranged in the various rooms. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. •He'r- >ert Bachman. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Bagge and Mr. and Mrs. Louie Slemenschneider. ' ' i WALNUT GROVE irsland-Nelson Clan Picnic The Ersland-Nelson clan will Bake Sale Christian'Aid No. 2 SATURDAY, JULY 29 At Olsan Flower Shop Ames MARIONETTES Outdoor Performance FRIDAY, JULY 28—7:45 P. M. W. B. Armstrong's lawn, Ash Avenue Admission: Adults 15c __ children lOc Farm Bureau And4'H Clubs Awoi Club To Meet Sat The Awoi 4-H club will meet at the Roy Riggs home Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. lold its fifth annual picnic in the Velson parkan 'Slater Sunday Aug. 0. The meeting 'is scheduled to pen at 9:30 a. m. Guests are ask- d to bring a basket lunch. Coffee vil! be served. <i> <e> •? lub Entertains amilies Sunday * ! Members of the Helpful Neighbors club'of Walnut Grove entertained their husband, and'families at a picnic Sunday in the Rpbb timber near Cambridge. Each family brot a well filled basket and tlie dinner was served at noon. Mrs 0. F. Nelson and Mrs. E. Bishop had charge of the program'for'the women.and children during the aft ernoon| The men played bail. <•> A A BIRTHS j To Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Maney. a son, July 27, at the Mary Greeley hospital. At the Hospitals J Mary Greeley Admitted—Mrs. Sam Harter. Mrs. '. J. Maney. Ames Golf & Country Club Mixed Two-Ball Foursome Sunday, July 30 Players will start from No. 1 and No. 8 tees promptly J V? n i, SUpp f wiu be served at the clubhouse at 7 p. m. sharp. All club members are welcome to , S'li'^H,?* ?° Uld brin * ^ndwices s silver, linen dnnks, and a covered dish. Those wishing to play m the foursome should telehon Wilkinson, 1438-J, before Sunday Riley Reunion *••• ' Is The Riley-family enjoyed its annual reunion and picnic .Sunday afternoon at Kendall Young park in Webster City. Special to the Tribune.Times. WALNUT GROVE, July 27 — Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ellis were Monday evening callers at the T. E. Adams home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schafer and' baby of near Elkhart are visiting: this week at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Elliott anc Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brown and son spent Sunday evening at the H. B. Brown home. Mr. an-i Mrs. Hugh Gordon were supper guests Monday evening en route to their home in Marion from L«nos. Fern and Carl Bennett visited over the week-end at the Jay Robertson home in Hollandale. Minn., going up after their mother, Mrs. George Bennet*. Mrs. Keller of Elkhart spent Wednesday with her granddaughter, Velma Wagner. Pearl Reinertson left for her home in Emraons. Minn., Saturday after visiting the past week at the Chester Severson home. Mrs. Fritz Lunde of Bismark. N. D-. who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Severson spent several days with friends in Des Moines and Indianola. Mrs. T. E. Adams visittd Wed : nesday afternoon at the Sam Severson home. Mrs. H. M. Severson. Earl and Maxine spent Wednesday at the hoinc of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Brown. Many have started threshing in this vicinity this week. The grain being poor the job will not last long on the different runs. Thelma Helgvolu of Eagle Grove No program was given and fol- j spent Tuesday at the Tom Stens- lowing the sumptuous dinner serv- land home. Mr. anr Mrs. Sam ed at 1 o'clock the time was spent! Stensland visited Sunday afternoon informally. there. Those present included: Mrs. i ® — Liza Riley and Merty, Mr. and Mrs. I rpHE budding fad tor "cartridge T> Jt T1____ •**•_ «•««] 'VTvr. T «K 1 . _ R. A. Bonner, Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Rushels and Mrs. Grace Stark, Jewell; Mrs. Eliza Studley, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Adams and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Seaboch of Webster City; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Riley and family. Buncombe; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Riley and family. Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Taylor and family, Mrs. Mary Riley, Mrs. Pearl Riley and daughter Nelva Jean and Mr. and Mrs, Edward Young of Stanhope. 6>— Preceded Honest Abe LINCOLN, Mass. (U.E) — This village is one Lincoln which was not named from Abraham. Its name was Lincoln as far back as April, 1775, when Paul Rever.' passed thru on his ride from Boston to Concord and Lexington. This was more than 30 years before Abraham Lincoln was born. Missouri Tobacco Crop Good WKSTON. Mo. <r.P> — Farmers are busy erecting now barns to carp for Missouri's 10:!? tobacco rrop. Conditions .w bi'tt^r than norm ill. jewelry" just means dad will hare to shell out again. * * * The Massachusetts legislature is considering a bill to prohibit nonresidents from digging flshworms without a permit. However, no obstacle raised to giving fishermen the same old dirty digs. » * * After all. aren't we a little hard on counterfeiters? Legislators pass bad bills and get away with it. * * * If President Hoover's name is bandied around rather roughly after he leaves office, it will be his own fault. He lias autographed medicine balls for his cabinet members. * * * True, Chancellor Hitler's cabinet htis a grave ro.spons(- i )Ht ,|, il!k of j, is bnrber! Attendance at Stone City Art Colony Is Up Miss Joanne M. Hansen, head of applied art at Iowa State college, is among the group which is studying this summer at the Stone City art colony near Anamosa. The first four week session closed this week with an average attendance of 54, from eight states and 32 cities. The enrollment was just double that of last year when the institution began its career. The second four week ssesion is to close Aug. 22. Mildred Meyermann and Louise Herman of Boone were among the students at the first four week session. Other states than Iowa represented were Illinois. Missouri, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York, Wisconsin and Oklahoma. The colony's personnel numbers 27 persons, including 11 instructors. The faculty is headed by Grant Wood of Cedar Rapids and includes Marvin Cone of Coe college, David McCosh of the Chicago Art institute, Edward Rowan and Arnold Pyle of the Little Gallery at Cedar Rapids, Florence Sprague of Drake university and A. J. Dornbush and 'Dennis Burlingame. On the last four Sundays, more than 3,000 persons have visited the colony. Most everyone's advocated a ta.\ plan except t), c ba;:fb!»ll umpire* Tlio.v'rn prolijilily plotiiiiK ft prohibitive tax on bottled bnvm&ea. BUSINESS RALLIES TO CALL OF NRA (Continued from Page One) printed forms were exhausted cop- 'es were typed . Governor Jump of West Virginia ssued an executive order putting ill state departments under the blanket agreement The stream of telegrams pledging support continued at the white house. Barrage Spreads Over Chicago Area CHICAGO. Oi—The first barrage of the federal government's recovery attack spread over Chicago Friday. Officials of th>> largest manufacturing and retail linns were the first to rally In-hind President Roosevelt's mini urn wage and maximum workine wt-ek program. The Reid, Murdoch <fe Co., on La Salle street, wholesale grocers, was the first firm to hoist the NRA blue eagle banner over its build- sacks of mail bearing cer- Ufi-'ntes for siKiiiinsro of eniploy- ?rs who are willing in sign the ilanket code nprfciiifnt arrived at 'IP postofflce Thursday -light. Dig, rlbuflon to ovcry employer In the (:i; y wna to houlu Kri' ! :>y j; wiiii iin .'uiiiiiiincfnii ill the Marshall KIHcl company FAGBTHtn that it would r.coept the recovery code 100 per cent, other large manufacturers and distributors fell Into line. The Chicago Association of Dress Manufacturers announced that its 12.000 workers will come under the code's provisions beginning Monday. The Curtius Candy company, the Brunswick- Balke-Collender company. Master Barbers' association, Campbell Soup company, and other equally large firms announced they willing to sign immediately. It was estimated that the num. ber of employers in Chicago who will receive the certificates Friday would be, 60.000. 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