Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 2, 1933 · Page 5
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1 "tut iwm .nr AMES PAH.T TMBElfg.Tngg, AMU IOWA, WEDHEIDAY, AUOWT 2, 1«», -: Society To Appear at 8UU» Pythian Slater Meeting The degree staff of the local Pythian Sister temple gave the memorial service Wednesday afternoon at the forty-third annual state convention of the organisa- tion In session in Des Moines Wednesday and Thursday. Headquarters are at the Hotel Savery. Over 200 delegates are expected to attend, Mrs. Arthur Francis being the delegate from the Ames temple. Members of the staff presenting the memorial service included: Miss Gertrude Morris, Mrs. R. C. Roup, Mrs. Don Johns, Mrs. Dennis Young, -Mrs. Lorraine Browning. Mrs. Arthur Francis, Miss Lela Smith. Mrs. E. A. Corfe. Mrs. Clara Cole, Mrs. Dickinson. Mrs. Fred Howard, Mrs. Jennie Llnder, Mrs. A. H. Berry, Nita Berry, Mrs. E. Smith, Mrs. Andy Anderson, Mrs. Agnes Allen, Mrs. H. Lfndquist, Mrs. E. W. Penly, Mrs. Rena Ball. J. M. Howell is drill master. Mrs. Naomi Freese, • pianist, and Miss Lela Smith, soloist. The first social event of the convention was the past • grand chief's dinner served in the Venetian room at the hotel Tuesday evening. ' Mrs. Mary B. Knoblauch of Washington, D. C., president of the past grand chiefs, I CALENDAR Wednesday Legion Auxiliary Picnic. V. F. W. Aux. Iowa Council. R. N. A. 4071. STATE™ SUPPORTS NRA Colo Business Man Boosts Force Thursday Friday Lutheran Aid. Christian Aid. Arcadia Lodge. Yours & Mine Club. Art Club. Ladies Scottish Soc. postponed. Maccabees. , and Miss Lavinia Forsythe of Cedar Kapids, vice president, attended. The grand temple opened at 10 a. m. with Mrs. Mattie Spry giving the main address. At, 1:30 p. m. the women met for. transaction -of business and reports. The memorial hour was put on at this time. «><&•« Ixxlge Holds District Picnic The Degree of Pocahontas of the Boone and Des Moines districts held a picnic Sunday in McRae park in Des Moines. Councils were represented from Bes Moines, Boone, Ames, Colfax, Carlisle and Bondurant. Prizes were awarded for the games and stunts which provided entertainment during the day and more than 100 participated in the sumptuous dinner served at long tables in the park. Hot coffee, ice cream and cold drinks •were furnished and each family brought its basket dinner. Attending from the Ames lodge were Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Queal and Mrs. Prudence Burton. Celebrates Birthday Monday A group of friends gathered a t, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stokka, 517 Ninth street, Monday evening for a surprise- party in celebration ol the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Stokka which, was Sunday. Cards were the diversion of the evening, four tables being surrounded. High score prizes were; given to Mrs. W. H. McCoy and Art Younie and low to Mr. McCoy and Mrs. S. T. Dearinger. Refreshments brought by" the visitors were served at a late hour. Mrs. StokRa was presented •with a lovely gift from her friends. Maccabees to Meet Friday The Talkorn tent-hive of the Maccabees will meet in regular session Friday evening at S ' o'clock at the home of Mr. and . Mrs. Kenneth Stokka, 517 Ninth street. <*> « * Regular Meeting Lutheran Aid The Ladies aid of the Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in the church. Host. esses are Mesdames, Holger Jen sen, C. F. Jensen, Chet ' Person, Victor Riley, Paul Flogstad, and John Sharp. Mrs. Andrew Christiansen will have charge of the topic, "How Our Christian Schools Serve Our Churches." Mrs. Melrin Paulson will lead the devotionals and duets will be sung by Marguerite Knudson and Elsie .Siemers. Following the regular meeting a birthday party -will be held for members having birthdays during the months of July, August and September. 3> <& «> Ladies Scottish Society Postpones Meeting The regular meeting of the Ladies Scottish society scheduled for Friday at the home of Mrs. William Maitland. 2519 Knapp street, has been postponed for one week, until' August 1L <& $> ® Stated Meeting Arcadia Lodge Arcadia Lodge No. 249, A. F. and A. M. will hold a stated meeting Thursday evening in the lodge halL Aid To Hold Meeting Thurt. . Christian Church Ladies aid No. 1 will meet at the' church Thursday afternoon at 2 'o'clock for quilting, t -'• ' Circle Girls Hold Meeting The Circle Girls Missionary society of the Church of Christ held its regular meeting In the formal gardens of the George Zimmerman home, 601 Carroll avenue Tuesday evening. The devotions were led by Sara Foster. Miss Helen Scott gave a report of the last, chapter of the study book "As It Looks:to Young China. Mrs. Margaret Leland, sponsor of the Standard Bearer missionary group of the First Methodist church was guest speaker and presented a group of interesting articles on India. The articles are the property of Miss Allie Bass, missionary to that country, -who is now enjoying a furlough in this country. The program closer, with an interesting reading by Elaine Leffingwell. The short business session was presided over by Zelda Holmes, president. County Society 'News Entertain at Reception Thurs. Mr. and Mrs. John Croft of Sheldahl assisted by their daughters, Mrs. -Verner Nelson .and Mrs. Vernon" Blueller of Slater entertained at" a reception at the Fred Croft home last Thursday evening "as a < courtesy for Mr. aud Mrs. Fay E. Rolfe who were married recently. An interesting, program was the entertainment of the evening and included a. Vocal. duet, Mrs. Earp and Mrs. Nelson; piano solo, Eunice Earp; reading, shel- iy Chader; piano solo, Mrs. Mueller, and violin solo, Dwight roft. Refreshments were served at a late hour. The honored couple received many lovely gifts. Those present were: Mr. f and Mrs. Roy Chader and Rachel Louise, Des Moines;'Paul Samples, Mr. and Mrs. George Schon- horst and Donald, George of Alleman, Miss Auburn of Perry, Ward Chader, Mr. and Mrs. Amel Chader and sons Merle and Shelby, Mr. and Mrs. Verner Nelson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mueller and children of Slater Mr. and Mrs. Louis Earp anc daughter Eunice, Mr. and Mrs Fred Croft and Dwight, Mr. and Mrs. John Croft and Mr. anc Mrs. Fay Rolfe of Sheldahl. STATE CENTER — The State Center Commercial club at a called meeting Monday night directed President F. G. Bagge to immediately, forward to Hugh S. Johnson, chief administrator of the national recovery act, its hearty endorsement of the ^WRA with the assurance of the fullest cooperation with the president in his efforts to bring about national prosperity. There was an unusually large at tendance at the meeting with practically all lines of business Represented, m the matter of hours for business under-the NRA agreement each retail group was left free to set up its own working time and these various groups met at the adjournment of the Commercial club and 'decided that the grocery stores and meat markets, the dry goods, clothing, hardware and drug stores and ther places of business which have J eretofore observed like hours would be open from 7:30 until 6:00 p. m. each day for s:x days in the week with the-exception of Saturday when the closing time would'be extended to 10 o'clock. In the case of the banks, barber shops, blacksmith shops, garages, implement houses, grain and produce dealers, lumber yards, service stations, restaurants, and kindred businesses the service hours* "were left to each group to arrange its own code, but awaiting definite action by the national administration each would operate individually as they have .in the past This arrangement-became, effective Aug 1 to continue indefinitely. It was also decided that on "Governor's day" Aug. 16. when Governor Clyde. Herring will be here to speak at the community picnic all business will cease between noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon. At Rhodes Saturday the merchants established open hours for their stores from 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. daily with the exception, of Tues-, days and Saturdays when the days *111 be lengthened tc 9 o'clock; Heretofore this has been a "night town," stores operating as late-as 10 o'clock. . ; From Colo it has been'" reported that the John James grocery- and market has increased the working force and fixed service hours from 5:30 a. m. to 7 p. m. daily with closing time on Saturdays extended to 9 o'clock. This is in strict conformity with the NRA policy O f reducing unemployment. Postmaster Bower said Tuesday that the president's pledgv: cards and NRA symbols and supplies had not been received at the postoffice here, but 'hat they had arrived at Rhodes, where they were distribut- d Saturday by Postmaster Roberts. Model* of Napoleon's Soldfers TORONTO, Ont, O)—A complete set of models of Napoleon's soldiers — numbering 900 — has been presented to the Royal Ontario museum here by Sir Roberl Mond, chemical and nickel operator of^Loridori; OnL it is.the only collection of its kind in the world and its vahie is inestimable. NEVADA — Merchandise taken from the A". M. Ringheim general store in robbery Monday night »as estimated at between $800 and 900. A careful checkup Tuesday 'disclosed 79 of (he better grade wrfm- en's, frocks and nearly 150 pairs of high priced silk hose were Included in :the loot. Entrance was gained to the store by removing * pane of glass from one of the windows above the one story annex in the rear end of the store. This gare thieves entrance to the ready-to-wear department. The .holders upon which the dresses had been hang Ing were left strewn about the floor and remain* of a piece of clothesline rope used in tying the bundles was left behind. . The car used by the burglars wag evidently parked to the west on Fifth street MM tome of the merchandise wag found on the ground to the rear of the Nevada hotel, where it possibly had been dropped from hastily wrapped parcels. The only clue left was a group of well defined finger prints upon the pain of glass which had been removed from the window. It is believed that some observation was made of the store and stock beforehand as particular care had been made In selecting only best material and latest style in both frocks and in hosiery. Place on Iowa Legion Session DUBUQUE, <UE>—An added feature of the state American Legion convention which opens here Aug. 6, will be an air show, Legion officials announced. On the program as tentatively outlined by Legion officials, will be air races, delayed parachute descents, stunting by women flyers and wiag riders and bombing of an automobile. The show Is scheduled under the auspices of the Dubuque drum and Nevada Society News and Personals j At the Hospitals Mary Greeley Admitted—Mrs. Howard Gore Dismissed—Mrs. Henry Sieni ers and baby. Redlinger's Understanding of Roosevelt's We are for Roosevelt's plan 100 per cent. He wants us to stay open as long as we can and hire as many men as we can, but not to close up to keep from hiring men. Our hours are from 6 a. m. to 9 p. m., as they have always been. We will hire as many clerks as we are financially able to and as the trade demands. We do not close at 5:30 p. m. to keep from hiring an extra shift. Every store should stay open as long as in the past and boost the NRA program. fiumors have gone around that Redlinger's Grocery is not cooperating with the government because 1 £!L Cl $r s £. at 5:3 ° P- m - w e do cooperate and SI ^? B ^ OUr ,. NRA banner ' Closil >* hours are not in the president's agreement at 5*0 t p. 1n r t lab ° r and D0t CUt il * own by closing ° f p ««dent 'Roosevelt's plan. Aid To Hold Social, Meeting - The Christian church Ladies aid will hold a social meeting and tea, Friday afternoon at the home of Mrb. Claude Post Mrs. Charles Schultz is assisting hostess. Celebr-ates Birthday Anniversaries The birthdays of Maxine Ayers and Helen McKinney were celebrated Monday evening, Frances McKim being hostess at a surprise party at her home in honor of the events. _ The evening hours were spent in hridge and refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games. i i f ™S the aid of labor and farmers. I am open to serve the uublic Let's boost Ames and not knock tue public. H. A. Redlinger, Groceries Store Hours 6 a. m. to 9 p. 114 Duff Avenue Phone Esther Reed was able to be removed to her home in Maxwell Tuesday from the Iowa sanitarium where she had been recovering from a recent operation. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McLain and Mr. and Mrs. JValter Larson -were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Abner.Liden at. the John'Cowles home in Des Moines. . C. A.. Smedal and daughter Annette have gone to Coon Lake, north of Minneapolis, where Annette will spend the remainder of he summerVwith her grandparents he Rev. and Mrs. Smedal at their cottage, Mr. Smedal will return- o Nevada Wednesday. Miss Esther Mahoney of Stale Center was a guest over the week end of Miss Dorothy Hilleman. Ellen Hanson of Collins underwent an operation for appendicitis and complications Tuesday evening at the Iowa sanitarium. Miss Laveuna Hafdin of Redfield is a houseguest in' the W. L. Tipton home, /THfss.Hardin came from Boone where she had been visiting. Word from Mr. and Mrs.'Porter Johnson who are enjoying an extended vacation outing thru the west states they were just entering Yellowstone pa% *~ Miss Ber()va Philllbs of ^Bedford returned Monday to her home after a visit of 'several weeks in the home of her sister Mrs, C. G. Philips. To Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gore, a son, August. 1 at the Mary Greeley hospital. To Mr. and Mrs. U. K. Peterson, a seven and a half pound daughter. Jnly 28 nf their home In Ami*. Th!> child has bn>n named Roberta Ann. bugle corps. Miig Je»*ie Martin is scheduled to ri^le on tb« top wing of an airplane while the plane Is put tftru barrel rolls and loop*. A ground program'of thrilla also will be provided by the corps. Rocky Moraa, billed as a Cherokee Indian, win ride a motorcycle thru 'an, inch-thick board wall. A head«on collision- between two speeding automohliess will be staged by. drivers who hope to leap to safety an; instant hefore the collision occurs. > The? program, aside from providing entertainment for early arrivals at the American Legion convention will form a part of the centennial celebration- to be conducted by the city. In conjunction with the Legion meeting. Amet Girl in Radio Program Thun. Nite Mia» Dorothy Stearns, daughter of H. P. Stearns, director of .ta» Ames municipal band, will pi» y in a string quartet in a radio program to be broadcast over a nationwide hookup, Thursday from 9:30 to 10:30 p. m., from the national high school music camp at Intertochen, Mich., it was announced Wednesday. The national high school orchestra is presenting the program. 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