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BETTXt HI AUKS" AM!» DAILY TRIBUNE TIMES. AME8. IOWA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 3. 1933. Attend Houw Party ' < At Luke Okoboji .The Misses Marine AH«ta. Paul-. Ine WatsoB. Jeaiiette Richardson and Marie plgan returned Sunday from Lake Okoboji where they attended the Chi Omega sorority house party last «f«ek. Mrs. William Allan of. Ames served as chaperone lor the group. The girls report a most interesting time spent in " flwimmlng, boating, dancing .aM^Wlffts.-., . Other Chi Omega girls'/at the party were: Clare 1 Pell, flagley; Gertrude Hippe, Jpuslington ; W11-. ma George, Elksville, 111.; Florence Kloeck, Sioux Falls. S. '£.; FJorlnda Sehoens, : Haytfarden. la.; Betsy McCall,'. Terire, Haute.' Ind.; Isabel March, Glen Eliyo,, 111., and Dorothy Bild. Sandborn.' <*> Q'4> Sorority Group Hold* Picnic Wed. Members of the Cnl Omega sorority enjoyed a picnic Wednesday evening at the home pt Miss Wini^ j fred Crary in Boone. The evening ' be'urs'vere spent socially following the delightful supper.- ; . Attending ttie affair ,were: Pbde- be Lett of Sandwich, - 111.. Maxine Allan. Jeanelte Richardson. Pauline Watson, - Neva Carey,'* Catherine Griffith, Doris Derron, Geneva Proudfit, Josephine HJnze all' of Ames, and Melba Hudalestun and Marjprie Peterson of Boon*. . ' . «J»' <S> 4> • ". . • - . Are Invited To •'..,• Opejo Golf Day. Meeting . 'Members -of- the "Women's Golf association 'have Jieen -invited to participate in the open •golf day JL the Elm-wood Golf fcnd Country club at Marsballtown- Tuesday, August S. . • = The invitation was/read by Mrs. J. A. Wilkinson. Wednesday at the business meeting following the weekly -golf events and luncheon. Women who -ivish to attend are asked to phone .Mr^.WUJtinsott at number 143S-J by Sunday afternoon. ••-.'-•* •Despite the drizzling rain -Wednesday morning 16 women played golf on the country club links. -Mrs. Robert Simpson was awarded low score prize and .lesepbrne MacRae. " ' CALMAB Thursday ' Lutheran Aid. Christian Aid. Arcadia Lodge. Friday Your* & Mine Club/ Art Club. Ladies Scottish Soc. postponed. "Maccabees. . Twentieth Century Club. Loyal Women's Class. To Entertain, . Twentieth Century Club Mrs. W. S. Prime will be hostess Friday afternoon at:2:30 at her home". 2718 Lincoln way to members of the Twentieth Century club. . Luncheon was served at noon •with Mesdames B. W. Hammer. Tolbert MacRae anfl Robert 1. Simpson as hostesses. . '• ® 4 4> Bridge Party At Country Club / The regular -rep"kl.- bridge party for women was held at the Ames Golf and Country club Tuesday afternoon. Five tables w?r<> surrounded for the games and' high scorp prize was awarded to Mrs. T. G GarHeld. Hostesses were li'trs. T. . Mrs., Ji-jllfc Pride, Notice-To 'V-VV^' 1 ,,*- > " : ^i.' Pythian Slstrrs Members of the Pythian 'Sister temple are asked to bring contributions for'' the bakA sale r'.to. ^thn-; Everts floral shop' Saturday fnoru v inr by 9^. m. . '•'.:""? -•" V : •^TT'* "•*"-'• » t - ^ '.- .' . ' a -<xi . i -: ' - • ' i» . ;•. y*> . <ki _ Qp ' -^ . r ' Loyal -Women'* ... i-^'V.i;;,-^-. : .,"• Class : Meeting -' • -'-v.'-5 '•<• The Loyal Women's class of the Church of Christ .wi!l meet for 1 o'clock luncheon Fr!d*ay fn the church. dining room. Each member is asked to. bring a'-'cQveredV'disb. san/wicbes and table service for the luncheon. Art interesting program has been, planned- fqr.lh£ aft- erncot. NEW DEAL HITS CRIME • (Continued .from Pa'|e One) speedy jury trial resulted in* a verdict of guilty." Judge jfeesort, commenting that ', "I hopeitTii^ will restore the -confidence 6f the "public in the courts." . immedjLajtely . Sf-nf- enced Lavac to life itajiflsonmentT A moment later Judge Desprt u^ nied a motion for a new "trial. jTJjfen, he turned down a petition for a stay of execution. Another example of jurists unrelenting decisions was the trial of George Williams. 32. Accused as an habitual criminal. Williams attempted to bargain. Judge Marcus Kavanagh ordered immediate trial Barely three hours later a guilty yerdict was returned. Judge Kavanagh overruled a motion for a new trial and imposed life imprisonment sentence. • Stanley Lipka. who robbed one shop three times, pleaded for mercy as a first offender. Judge Charles Molthrop turned a deaf ear to his Plea and sentenced Lipka to 20 years. Just Who Is County Society Nevada Socitty »»'s tnteitams Relatives Sunday A pleasant fathering of relativts was held Sunday at the home of Mrs.' MalindaiBakka in Roland in honor of relatives 'who' bad come fx»m a distan'ce to attend the fun- era^ services for the late Mrs. Anna-" 'Krobn and 1 who have been guests in the Bakka home during the week. The group included: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sandvig, Ruthven; Mr. and Mrs. LEWIS Sandvig, Graettinger; Mrs. George Amdall, Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sandvig and son Carl. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sandvfg and daughters. Ethyl and Evelyn and Mr. and Mrs Harry Reese and Colleen all of Marshalltown: Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Sandvig and daugbters~:£dha and Sadie of Cambridge, and Mr, and Mrs. Sam H. Twedt and family of Roland. *, * * Entertains • Birthday Club Members of the Story City Birth day club werp entertained by Mrs. Martin Hanson. .Wednesday after noon at her home in Nevada, the occasion being -.the birthday aani- vfirsary^of Mrs. .Hanson. ' - Included in the group from Story City who attended the party were: M.n?. Lewis! Jacobson. Mrs; Iver Egenes, Mrs. .Craig. Mrs. Charles .Wier; JMjs,^g f ;.H., Jtuighinson, Mrs: '' '" .. .- as'sisted v "by her Bieges, the Misses .Hflen and Oreen fversqn of 'Buffalo Center in serv- ifig refreshments at the close of Itlfc afternoon.- .*....• •".' ""•'••• : '-, ' *•' «:•'$; . '•'. ; : Sheidahi Family Reunion.- Sunday^ t. . They: SehfehJ :. : family will meet for its annupl /reunion Sunday. August 6. at the Story City " park Services, will: be held at the nark at 10:30 and the dinner win be served s>t. noon. Edward. Oi'ea is ^resident - of the group and Carrie O. Larson is secretary. .. * « «> Entertains Lutheran' Aid " Mrs. Vivian Pichf. was hostess Tbur?day afternoon to members of the Fernald Ladies aid. at the meeting held on the church basement. Picnic Courtesy For Nevada Vit ltor» ' Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ambrose en tertained at a delightful evening party Tuesday evening as a coui tesy for 'their son-in-law and daugh ter Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watson and their sou Paul jr., of Pasadena., Cal. The partyjwas also in honor of Mf. Ambrose's mother', Mrs.' Lucy Ambrose who is home after a year's absence.' ' - The party was held on the lawn of the Ambrose hqnie. Following the picnic Supper th'd group mdtor- ed to ftjyerslde park^ In !Amgs where younger ^members'"enioyedj ewimming'hj t'heTpool.^ ^j?"j // left ^VeooVldax^ fb?*lheiF' home. They h'ad''spent" "^ on ?e time m Nevada with, relatives : and also in Chicago where they attended the world's fair. Entertsini Fortnightly Club . The regular meeting of tbe Fort nightly .Bridge, club 'was.held Tues day evening at .tHe home. ,.pf. Mrs Harry Langlabd.. Following the 7 o'clock dinner contract bridge was played during the evening.,.- Slight improvement is reported in the condition of the Rev. M. Nicholls who has been seriously ' ' " '• " Miss Arlerre Harris is spending the weelt *at' tbe] borne.' of her j uncle '^ntf', aunt, -"Mrl". 'and Mrs. Ben Du'ea at Tnor.'' Mrs. E. M. McGall of- Fort Dodg^ is a guest in the, homes of her, danghters, Mrs. Phillip ' Allen and' Mrs. Allen Sowers. ' Miss. Henrietta.Donaldson spent the' -week-end with her sisttr. Mrs. Freeman Smith and husband in Perry. Word received from Mrs. Milo Berks -who -was called to Lafayette, Ind., recently by the illness of her mother states the mother is still critically ill. Mrs. Berka was accompanied to Indiana by her daughter Janet. • ... Mrs. H. P. Martinson of. Morgan, Minn., underwent an operation Wednesday morning at the Iowa sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. E. Z. Hornberger and two sons of Omaba have been guests since Monday. evening in the home of C. A. Bat man. Mr. Hornberger is a son ot Mrs. Emily Hornberger,. .a for mer resident of ,tb.is commuuity. The Misses - Hprlense Jfinsell and Adah Livingstone returned Tuesday from Chicago .where they attended the world's fair. Mrs. Helen Scbrader Kent and Mrs. Ruth Schrader Fogel of Kansas City were "to arrive Thursday for ..a visit in the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Bowers and also with friends here. Tlie; women were residents of thej community^fluring girlhood rfayj: and are the daughters of Dr. A ,B. Scbrader, former' pastor of jthe Nevada Memorial Lutheran church. WON ELECTRIC ASSETS FOR SiF Judgment Granted To Owner' " Milo A. Manning, owner of the business building at 320 Main street has been granted judgment for $975 with Interest and $8.50 court costs against C. B. Nelson and the Nel son Electric company in the Ames municipal court. The court Issued an order for execution of the Judgment, and the assets of the electric shop are to be sold late this month Mr. Nelson filed a mechanic's claim for a guantity of tools" held 'under the attachment. >antf' these were released. Other claims, <f}led vere as follow^: Harry L; Davis, $428 due for, labor from'Mr." Nels.on: Charles''.E. Nelscm,"'gon of- tfte proprietor of the shoj£ $100 "for labor, and for'possession of certain property deposited in the safe. Mr. Manning in his suit, alleged that more than $2,000 was due him altogether by the electric company for-back rent Change of Venue Denied Request for change of venue in .two suits filed in the Ames court more than a year ago, has been denied by the court. The suits are against Winifred Sheldon: One was filed March 33. 1932, by Harriett E. Hammer, seeking to collect $129.43 which Mrs. Hammer claimed due,as her share of pro'ceeds from a reaJ estate transaction in Cedar Rapids The other was filed by Lillian Sim rapes, seeking to collect $90 rent for an apartment at 607 Carroll avenue. Action now by the "court denying the defendant's request for change of venue indicates the pps sibiVi^ Of a. Itrial, ;sqq£.';-for bptl? suits.' •• <'' > ••': .i'.-•••'• -• '• ' The defendant claimed she was not a resident of Ames, but' of Dea Moines, and asked that the cases against her be transferred to the Polk county district court. Judge J. T. Luke, in a detailed opinion upon the subject of legal and actual residence, held that Mrs. She! don actually was a resident ot Ames at the time the suits were instituted. ' - '••"; Judgment ^Against Dairy Judgment by default has '"beeu entered, against C. F. Cad well, .pro- Tirietor of the Sunshine dairy, in the suit filed by C. F. Jensen, seek ing to collect rent due on the.dairy tiroperiy. The judgment ^was for ?120. with 57.45 court costs and ?12. attorney fees. An order was issued for the sale of certain dairy equip ment attached to'.satisfy the claim Suit filed by W. P. £intzley against Mr.'and 'Mrs. Chris Thornsen resulted in a settlement by attorneys' representing both parties. .judgment was entered granting the plaintiff J995 with interest and 155.65 court costs on two notes, and the plaintiff was ordered to surrender the notes to the court. Judgement on three counts was entered by default of the defendants In two suits filed by J. R. Shannon, receiver for the First National bank of Story City, against Mrs. Gena Swenson, seeking to collect on three notes. The judgments were as follows: $492 with interest. $5-35 court costs, and $31.61 attorney fees: J184.13 with Interest, $5.35 court costs, and $18.41 attorney fees; J542J09. with Interest. $5.3?. court costs and $36.28 attorney fees. Merchants Win Judgment Judgment was granted M. L. Bor- geo and Son. .Nevatta furniture dealers, against Ah'in Bates of Cambridge. for> $199. with interest and ?5.80 court cost*, covering a merchandise account. Two judgments' were granted the Ames Trust and Savings bank, both by default of defendants. One was against Ashley Elliott and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott, for $720.23, with interest. $6.90 court costs and $41.60 attorney fees.'The other was against E. E. Martin for $70.73, with interest. $5.55., court costs, and $7.07 attorney fee^-The judgments were in settlement; of notes. Mrs. Alma Davis, who a short time ago filed r suit against R. E. McGee and the McGee Motor company for $998, involving the purchase of an automobile, "vvas named defendant in a suit filed against her by Mr. McGee, .seeking to collect $154.73 on a note "given in pay- meat of the car. The automobile is now in the posse«sion of the McGee garage, pending settlement of the dispute. Sues Insurance. Co. Otis Matthews has filed suil against the Mutual Benefit Health and Accident association of Omaha, for $SOO he. claims due under a heath arid accident -policy. He claims he was injured Aug. 30, 1932 while at .work handling ice, being totally disabled for 20 weeks, ano partially disabled since; and further, that he underwent an operation in a hospital, Jan. 8, 1933. Other suiis filed include: Dvs. Wilson and Buck, Ames dentists, VE. Adeline Fitch, fo.r $7 claimed due on a dentist bill; Florida Pro ducis company - of. Daytona Beach, Fla., vs. R. J. Peterson of Nevada, proprietor of the-' Peterson Floral. company of Des Moines, $5-9.40 on an'account; Bert B. Welly, Nevada vs. Wilbur and Blanche Gerlach. 5126.15 on a note dated May 11, 1933. secured by a chattel mortgage on 60 pigs. Mr. Welty asks attach n;ent of the pigs. Senator Urges Rejection of Bids on Ships WASHINGTON <LW — Chairman Trammell of the senate naval affairs committee charged Wednesday that shipbuilding companies had prearranged their recent bids on three new cruisers and knew in advance which ones would submit the low offers. He asked that all the bids be rejected. The Florida senator in letters to president Roosevelt and Secretary of Navy Swansoti called attention at the same time to the statement of Gulf Industries. Inc.. a concern in his home state, that it could save the navy millions of dollars on the cruisers. The company made this declaration in a letter to Swanson after the cruiser bids were opened on July 26. In the bids received at that time, Bethlehem shipbuilding corpor- ration made the low offer for construction of a heavy cruiser and the New York shipbuilding co. was low on two light cruisers. The other bidders were Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock 'company and United Dry Docks, Inc. Trammell said he had been informed that "It was known in advance which of the four concerns bidding on the cruisers would be low on each of the several items and it appears to have been known in advance that the position of each of the said shipbuilders would be protected by bids submit, ted by the remaining shipbuilders. The senator also said he was "unable to , justify in my own mind" the increase in the last six months in bids for indentical work. He said the Bethlehem corporation's, recent low bid of $11,720.000 on a heavy' cruiser, was $3.524.000 higher than a bid it submitted on the same cruiser last December. HOME OWNERS LOAN CORPORATION READY (Continued from Pags One) mortgage, the home owner ig given the benefit of the reduction when nib obligation is refinanced by the government. Home owners desiring assistance are to apply to the nearest state headquarters or branch of the home owners loan corporation. Applications are furnished by. the corporation. Property to be eligible must be occupied by the owner as his home, altho he may be living elsewhere temporarily. The premises may include a small store or some farm land or other Incidentals and must 'not exceed $20,000 in value. Upon receipt of a loan application the corporation will negotiate with the mortgage holder to accept a stated amount in four per cent bonds in settlement of their mortgage or claims. Mortgages refunded in this man ner would be carried on an extension or rewritten as a new mortgage for a period of not exceeding 15 years. The home owner will pay interest at the rate of 5 per <5ent under this plan. In extreme cases the home owners loan corporation is empowered to advance cash to take up mortgages and meet taxes and assessments ia cash. An illustration of the manner in which the corporation will deter- Auto accessory stores are offering mkny convenient accessories .fiat motorists, can take"along on vacation trips, but the best accessory for any vacation trip Is a fat Mrs. John Morris Funeral* Thursday McCALLSBURG — Funeral services for Mrs. John Morris. 71, who died at her home here Monday night were held Thursday afternoon. A short prayer service was held at the home ut 1:30 followed by services at the Presbyterian church at 2 o'clock. Burial was in the local cemetery. The deceased had lived in the community all of her life. She was born Alice See, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Missouri See. Surviving are the husband, two daughters and four sons, Hazel Elwell, Zearing; Zina Bailey, Chadron Nebr.; William Morris Meservey; John Russell, Erwin and Ross j Morris all of McCallsburg. Followiijj Specials for Friday Only 79c APRICOTS, Calif., lug . CHERRIES, Wise., bushel. CANTALOUPE, Tumbo size, 3 for SUGAR, 100 Ibs .... $4.79 CERTA jottle ,. PAGE THXX1 -——^^SHHHSBHH^IBB^BI mine amounts (o be advanced for refinaacing la given by the corporation as follows: "Let us suppose that a typical American borne was soundly worth $10.000 in 1928 and therefore at that time, when there was a fairly normal market for homes, had a market value of J10.000. Assume that this home today had a "market value of $5.500. The present cost of sucli a lot, plus reproduction of the house, less depreciation, gives us'a value of, we will assume. ?G,500. We 'assume the. house had a rental \alue ol $100 a month 10 years ago and now has a rental value of $50 a month and that the average rental value has been $75 a month. "Capitalizing the rental value we arrive at $7,500. Averaging these three prices we arrive at a value of $6,500. On this value the home owners loan will refinance $5,200. or 80 per cent." VINEGAR, pure ipple cider, gal. BosliiogFiod lirht Only 101 Children at Free Swim Hr. Wed. Clouds, mist and cool' atmosphere sharply cut the attendance at the /midweek free 'swim. at Carr's pool, 'Wednesday rooming, with only 101 children registered for three hours. The following life guards were on duty: "Noel Taylor. Marian Davis Helen Scott, Norma Van Scoy. Virginia Akin, Mary McNabb. Helsn Theis, Sylvia Duitch and Gladys Blair. 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