Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 5, 1933 · Page 5
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 5

Ames, Iowa
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Saturday, August 5, 1933
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AMZi 3AHY TKHnciTTHTJ. AMU IOWA. SATTODAY, AOOUfT 6 Society:- 1 legion Auxiliary To Meet Monday The American Legion auxiliary wyr meet Monday evening at 8 o'- clock'at the home of Mrs. G. L. Luglan, 717 Carroll avenue. Member* are especially asked to be present at this time as Mrs. Lug- Un has'several"important announcements-to make. • • • Summer Session- Dance The regular weekly summer session dance will be held in MacKay auditorium Saturday night. The dance is sponsored by the Summer Cardinal guild. No .dance is being held at the Union on Saturday .evening. V * *'*. T» Entertain W.'H.M. Club Tne'W. H. B. club will. meet Wednesday afternoon at the country home of Mrs. Pete Larson, »puthea*t of Ames. * <» «» Plant Complete For •loomington ."Picnic Arrangement have just -been completed" for the -annual Bloom- Ington school reunion and picnic which will be held, Auguct 13 at the school. The picnic is for patrons, former members, teachers arid their families. •The'basket dinner will be served at noon and an interesting program is scheduled for the afternoon tour*. « * « Entertains At Birthday. Party Mrs. Bayard Lodden entertained at a delightful children's party Friday afternoon at her home, 716 Wilson • evenne in honor of the fourth birthday anniversary of her daughter, Dolores and also m,hon- or of the fourths birthday of Darlene Jones of Huxley. Games and contests were enjoyed during the party hours and refreshments featuring a lovely decorated birthday cake with lighted candks, were served. Children present were; Darlene Jones, Betty Ann Hokel, Lyle Jones Huiley; Betty Jean Burton, Thorn, as Weatherman, Cambridge; Jo -Ann Sorensbn, Caroline Edmund, Barbara Morrisey, Elaine.Irene and Le Roy Nelson, Marjorie and Bonnie Lou Me Hone, Hosie Lou and Rama Jean Burton all of Ames. Mrs. Sorenson and Mrs. Paul Jones of Huxley were adult guests. ' City park. The basket dinner was served at noon and a short business session followed. Officers elected at this time are: George Larson president; Mr*. 8. H. Frederlckson, vice-president; Constance Frederickson, secretary and treasurer. Members were in attendance from Roland, Ames, Des Moines, Marshalltown, Garden City, demons, Radcllffe and Gentry. Ark. The reunion will be In 1934 at the' Story City park the last Sunday in July. Fanti Bureau And4fl Clubs Nevada Society News mnd D. A. R. To Hold Anniversary Plcnle . The annual anniversary 'pfcrilc of the Daughters of the American Revolution wiJL be hell at the home of Mrs. R, A. Davis, Tuesday August 8 at 1 o'clock. All members are urged to be pjresent. C«ltbrat»V Birthday Thurs. Mrs. William Hoel entertained a group of-nlne ; children Thursday afternoon at her Lome in honor of the seventh birthday anniversary of her little daughter, Jeanne. The party .hours were spent in games and contests and refreshment*, featuring a decorated birthday cake were served by Mrs. Hoel assisted by Wilma and Maxine Hoel. Entertains A. M. Club Mrs. Leon W. -Golden was hostess Thursday afternoon to the A. M. club and several guests at the home of Mrs. Harry Crouch. Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon, five tables . being surrounded for the game. Mrs. H. G. Kruwell received high score prize and Mrs. Fish guest prize. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Miss Florence Crouch and Miss Lucy' Nea eham. Cemmitteee Arc Appointed For 4-H Show Committee chairmen and superintendents appointed last week at the 4-H club leaden meeting in Nevada.for the 4-H club Achievement show which is to be held in Nevada August 21, 22 and 23 were announced Saturday morning. They are: James Dale, general livestock committee; Clarence Hobson, grounds; Fred Randau, Donald Womeldorff, Dr. Brlnkman, Mrs. G. L. Lounsbury, Mrs. Wilbur Sowers, Mrs. Victor Riley, program; ,Mark Wilson, refreshment stand; A. P. Causer, • baby beef club; Cyrus Christian, dairy calf club; Marshall Grosscup, pig club. William Beck, jbeeVclub; Gilbert Womeldorff, draft edits; C. T. Cheney, poultry; Mrs. J. I. Mather, record books,, home furnishing; Mrs.' George, Sowers, home furnishing exhibits; ,,Roy Baldus, boys health contest*: Mrs. K. P- Teig, girls healthContests; .Galen Ward, livestock ,judging; Mrs. William Hadley, home .furnishing .demonstrations. .-.....,• . , County Society News Mrs. Roy Poole of Swea city has returned to her home after a visit with her mother, Mrs. Hannah Sexe. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McKinney, of south of Nevada, were in Mc- Callsburg Thursday afternoon Seeks Owner of Hogs Found in Stolen Truck .NEVADA—An automobile stolen at Montezuma Tuesday night and abandoned by the parties who stole, the V L.. Galbreath truck early here Thursday morning 'was found parked on J avenue just east of First street Thursday. The car,, a sedan was registered in the name of Walter Scott of Brooklyn .and was stolen Tuesday night. . Sheriff J. R. Hattery and his deputies are still working in- an ei- fort to establish the ownership of the 14 spotted Poland China hogs found in the Galbreath truck when, it was wrecked in a. crash against a tree in the streets of Montour, two hours after the truck had been stolen from in front of the Galbreath home. .The empty steel drums which were in the.-truck when it was stolen were found three miles southeast- of Nevada near the Frank McLean place. It is believed the hogs had been picked up between that point and Marshalltown . and were transferred from another truck. ... The. driver of the truck fled in-, to a nearby cornfield after he crashed in the .streets of Montour. Otis Wilt, 30, of Ottumwa who .was in .the truck at the time and fho Parents and Teachers Mobilize Support of Program of Schools WASHINGTON, <UJ?) — Definite plans for mobilizing public tup- port for closed schools will be considered by the leaders of the National Congress of Parents and Tea chers at their semi-annual meet- Ing her* Sept 18- 21- Concern of parents and teachers over the plight of schools is intensified by the ottlook that many public schools will open their doors much later than ,usual this fall, or fail to open at all Must Keep Up Standard According to -present plans, parent-teacher associations throughout the country will make every effort to arouse citizens to the need of maintaining educational standards. Citizens' councils have been formed under parent-teacher auspices to study education needs and to promote the idea that education Is the responsibility of all citizens, regardless whether they are parents or teachers or not. Financing,, of public schools t& asure adequate educational opportunity to all children is viewed hy P. T. A.'.workerb as one of. the most pressing problems confronting the nation today. Business Won't Finance "It is not to be expected that education will be properly financed by a world largely devoted to business and which has no appre- , elation of education ideals or methods," said Mr». Hugh Bradford, president of the national congress. One of our past purpose* In the parent-teacher association has been to draw together into our conferences leaders in all walks of life that may better appreciate education." Publications on the organization and administration of parent-teacher work will be distributed by the National Conference ' of Parents and Teachers during the month of August, to guide parent- teacher associations In the work Period of three, years. The Tu Li ' Ping Lun, estimating the project would cost $1,200,000 silver says: "If we used this sum to engage German professors, assuming the GERMAN PROFS PEIPING. China (UJE>—What to do with German univeisity professors forced from their posts by tha anti-Semitic trend of the Nazi regime is a problem solved to its own satisfaction by the Tu Li Ping, Lun, a Chinese magazine which urges that cultured exiles China The Chinese Ministry of Education sought an appropration to send 25 Chinese students to the United States each year for a in the schools, next year, the body announced. Ruitlers iutehtr Cattle GILROY. CaL,<UJ2J— The automobile has caused "cattle rustlers" to change their methods, according to John Anzar, who found that thieves instead of driving off a herd of steers, drore up, butchered bis cow, and drove off .with various cuts of beef. Runaway Team Fired Field WILLIAMS, CaL <UE>— ; - A runaway team of horses were unexcelled in efficiency when a wagon- load of barley bundles, to which they were hitched, v caught fire. They ran across a 40-acre grain field, igniting it in more than 20 places. maximum salary offered to be $12,000 in silver, we could have the services of ten first class German scientists and experts for ten years. China needs several good universities, for we cannot continue to depend upon foreign universities for the training of our youth. "We mention German rofsssors because the anti-Semitic movement of the Hitler Government has caused many, good Jewish professors to resign from the leading German universities. Thus we have an opportunity to be had only in 1,000 years. Ordinarily, first class foreign professors do not like to come to' China to teach for a long -period, for when they are her« they consider themselves in exile, Intellectully ipeakUBg. But if th« policy of the Hitler gown ment ia to banish the Jewish intellectuals from Germany wfay not make us of them for the development of Chinese universities?" The Ministry of Education It continuing with its plan to tend 25 students each year to American universities for a period of three years. JEWELL mm JEWELL—Plans are being formulated for another American Legion gala day celebration here under the auspices of the local Hawkeye post No. 550.' Tie affair will be held in Veterans' Memorial Park on highway 15, August 17. Tentative plans for the full days' program will include, music by two bands,- addresses by two prominent speakers, a baseball game, a trapshoot, horse shoe tournament, several kitten ball games and other sports. No charge is being made. The trapshoot is to be staged in the early forenoon and' will be under the direction of ths Jewell Gun club aj. its grounds west of the park, the present state class "A" trapshooter, W. S. Hoon of Jewell bening a member of the club. Hoon fs a former statewide i champion. A feature of the evenlnj will to a dance. Committees la charg* jure: Merlin E. WUlioms, Verne 0. Ttna- pler, and Q. L. Luglan.\»oMclt}n« committee; He»ry S. H*». Jewell, Kelt Petertoo, Stanhope, finance; Merlin E. Williams, publicity; Carl Queensland, Leonard Hanson, sports and free attractions; Merlin E. Williami, O. R. Larson, concessions; o. L. Luglan, speakers; Martin A. Glaman. Jewell, Paul Ackly, Blairtburg, Jack 7elkap, Kamrar. police of grounds. RABBITS TRANSPLANTED SCOTTDALE, Pa.. <OE>—An attempt to "transplant" rabbits to other sections has been made here by the county game proctector because the animals were destroying poor-relief gardens. The warden- trapped the rabbits and transported them to other sections. Wallhide is the only all oil flat wall paint. H* U. Munn Lumber Company Fbooe a GET *OME? HERE'* YOUR CHANCE Ba.tdu* Family,,, To Hold Reunion The annual reunion of the Baldus family will be an event of Sunday, August 13, and will .be held in the Story City park. ' Immanuet Aid To Meet The Immanuel Ladies ai8 of Story City will meet Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. John Sunnow* a nd Mrs. N. N. Fardal are hostesses. Quilling will be done at this time. Entertain* F. W. G. Club The F. W. G. club met at the home of Mrs, Louis Beuhler Thursday afternoon. Plans were discussed held at the next meeting of the club." Refreshments were served during the social hour by the hostess, assisted by her daughter. Members present were: Mesdames Clem Tesdell, George Gfeller, Randie Twit, Albert Alleman, JngvalEstrem,-Oliver Newman, C. M. Berhow, Frank Racek. where they attended the funeral [claims he was .a hitchhiker ..was services held for their former i slightly Jnjured.- in the wreck. neighbor, the late Mrs. John Wilt where . Owl 'Country Club Meets Owl Country club met at the William Frandson home near Story City Thursday evening. A good attendance -was reported. A^short business session -was he!d and the following program was given: Piano solo, Sarah -Ann Frjandson; baritone and trumpet duet,. Frances Bartlett and Mabe Townswick; piano solo, France BaYtlett; Owl newspaper, Jtiliu! arid Theodore; vocal solo, Agnetb'a Haversten; piano solo, Susan Egg land. The next meeting of the club be -'August -10 at the Charles Cole home. -• <e, « «> Larson .Family In Reunion Sunday -Over 60 were in attendance for the annual reunion of the Larson family held Sunday at the Story M u/onous PIAYUND Li Guest's are able <fot«ke short jaunts eut into Minnesota's lifljjof 10,000 Lakes eacn day and return* eacH evening to a real comfortable night , at The Curtis. ••** •> CURTIS HOTEL .10th $**«, 3nl !• *>• Art MINNEAPOLIS Morris. Mrs. Lester F. Martin, daughter Jean, Miss Bessie Hass and nephew Phillip 'Henrehan returned Wednesday evening from Chicago where they were guests in the D. L. Harrington home and also attended the world's fair. George V. Granger/of Colo, was a business caller in Nevada Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Tipton : and houseguests were in Maxwell Thursday where thej attended the Old Settlers picnic and program. The Don Warner family has moved to Des Moines where Mr. Warner has secured a position in a restaurant Mrs. Ross Shipley and sister, Mrs. Dorothy Dade, left Thursday for'"Chillicothe, Mo.,. where they will visit with relatives. Donald and Bob Dreher of Owatonna. Minn., their grandmother, Mrs.-P. B. Shugart and aunt, Mrs. G. Ray Connolly and daughter Marcia, whom they are visiting, spent Tuesday in Des Moines. Miss Thora Collyer of Waterloo, was in Nevada Thursday visiting with Miss Mary Julia Hasslinger of Mitchell, S. D.. who is the guest of relatives.. Miss Collytr is a teacher, of physical education and dean of the junior high school girls in the Waterloo s_hools. Dr. Maurice Hoag of Pasadena, CaL. and daughter Mrs. Maurice J. Eldridge and husband of Cedar Rapids were in Nevada Thursday where they attended the funeral services held for Dr. Hoag's father, the late Dr. C. B. Hoag, former Nevada-dentist. •.••••• Fred McLain of Pasadena, Cal., is expected to arrive this ^weekend for a visit with his brother, Frank McLain. , and family. McLain went from Pasadena to Detroit Mich., by airplane. From Detroit he went to Chicago for a few days at. the World's fair and .a visit his cousin, Joseph M. Brtck- er and family. He; will spend a "week in Nevada oefore returning to the west coast. Mr. and Mrs. C..E. Lookingbill returned Wednesday evening from Clear Lake where they had enjoyed an outing with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. LaMonte Loucks and little son Bob of Baltimore, Md. The Loucks family spent some time in Nevada prior to going to the lake and are returning at this time to their home in the east. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Addison and Mrs. F. S. Smith were in Des Moines Tuesday where they visited with J. H. Burroughs who has been a patient at the Methodist hospital for the .past two • month's. Mr. Burroughs who is 3 years.of age is able to be up and about part of each day and apparently is recovering satisfactorily. Mrs. Mabel Menzel, Mrs. Rena Phillips, Mrs. Clara Peterson and Mrs. Louie Marshall attended sessions of the state convention of Pythian Sisters which convened Wednesday and Thursday at the he is being held and questioned by officers. - 1. The abandoned sedan was reported at the sheriff's office at 5:30 Thursday. Mr. Scott owner of the car came for. it Friday. A drum of -gasoline carried in an open trunk on the rear of the car, a blanket and other property found -in tie car were not claimed by Scott. ; For Your Vacation Trip Bring your car to us. Lubrication, tire, battery, ignition service. AMES STORAGE BATTERY CO. 5tb & Burnett YOU GET MORE OF THE BEST FOODS and delicious fountain dishes at the SODA GRILL DIPLOMATS TO MADRID (UP.)— Having decided that touring, like charity, should begin at home, efforts are now being made for the Spaniards to acquaint -themselves with the- his- torjc. and natural beauties of their own ;- country^' Students . in the school for career diplomats are being taken for an extensive tour of the Peninsula, so when slater they " go abroad .they will he able to talk convincingly • about-' Sevilla, Granada, Cordoba; Malaga, Cadiz/, and other central pointe in Spain. ' Up until the era of good roads —for. which the late/Dictator General Miguel Primo- de Rivera is in large part to be credited with starting — Spaniards in general knew little of their country. Many of ' the aristocrats . knew more about London, Paris, Biarritz, and such places than they did about regions in which they owned extensive properties. .But now that there is a current of .touring heading towards Spain, the Inhabitants of the country itself are becoming more and more interested in acquainting them selves; with its points of interest. BUY NOW! Every Mail Brings Advice of Higher Prices Get your musical instruments now. Guitars, violins, band instruments. ESCHBACH MUSIC HOUSE /i Our New Pall and Winter Materials Have Just Arrived SUITS $M.50 BOBRICK SEE THE NEW. PLYMOUTH AT Cliff Roberson Garage MERCHANT TAILOR DRYCLEANING What happened when' America looked at all three ' Chevrolet-leads in every state for the first 5 months of 1933. Chevrolet ".*... 175,142 Ford . 97,585 Plymouth ........... 70,132 Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealers Phone 305—Fifth & Douglas —for windshield and door glass replacements. Used parts and tires for all makes of cars. 229 S. Duff — Phone 244-J 6. Hotel Savery. -®«°0 Par Cent More Jobs p a .. (UN-Jobs 6 ' 370 v by the st * te employment according Thls * "crease ot nparl mpioyment. to announce* represents an 600 per cent month. Of the government Five members of Ames Post No. 37, American Legion, Saturday were expecting to attend the annual state convention of the American Legion, opening Monday in Dubuque. The annual gathering of the Forty and Eight will be held Sunday. The convention proper continues from Monday thru Wednesday. Amec delegates will include Post Commander E. A. Thomas. Al Pilgrim, state finance officer of the Forty and Eight; C. 0. Powers, Tom Geataganas and Wilkie L. Harper. Sheriff J. R. Hattery, Commander of the Story county Forty and Eight organization, also expects to attend the convention. Ames post and the Story county Legion council have endorsed Mr. Harper, as a canidate for "office of sixth district Legion commander for next year. The election takes place at a district caucus Monday afternoon. Vickers White REGULAR GASOLINE Tax paid ; SQUARE DEAL OIL CO. 1 block north of Highway Commission For Your Vacation Trip You will, need some waterproofed covers for your luggage. We can furnish them on short notice. Do not forget wind wings for your car. AMES GLASS &BODY CO. Phone ; 538-J 402 Main Mi^MM 10. COMPLETE Plymouth and Oldsmobilc Serviceing at MORRISON'S GARAGE 321 Lin. Way —Phone 294 WHEN YOU THINK OF CHICKENS THINK OF Mac's Dairy and Poultry Market 215 Fifth Phone 142 We Are Doing Our Part for President Roosevelt You do your part for your car. Use D-X Motor Fuel 760 MOTOR OIL DIAMOND MASTER SERVICE LlncolD Way at Duff; Ph. 273 RESTORE YOUR OLD FLOORS to thft beauty of new. Rent a floor sanding machine from MILLER PAINT STORE 324 Main— 765-W SPECIAL I UPHOLSTERING : July 29 to Aug. 12 Fender Repainting $345 and $4.95 BAKO AUTO PAINT SHOP 117 Kellogg BOWMAN CIGAR STORE Offers thirst quenchers of all kinds. Fountain Drinks or Your Favorite Brand of Beer PHONE 377 WILLARD BATTERY SERVICE MORRIS SERVICE STATION Kellogg * Fifth Refinishing, Repairing, Cabinet Work, Fibre Cord and Can* Seating. New and Used Furniture. PHONE 1635 JOHNSON'S FURNITURE STORE 165 Campn* f Phone 263' GENERAL REPAIRING 24-HOTO SERVICE Freel's Radiator deajofag ana Reptiiinaj Ames Motor * ,,;, Service WHY BE CONTENT with "second best" cleaning and pressing when you can, get the BEST? PHOHK 231 —We call for *ndr*leliver—* AMES PANTORIUM "Quality Gtouen" 410 Douglas ~- Phono Ml Hav« Your / 4 WATCH REPAIRED '* NOW Prices ar» tolnf JHfc "* Charles G. Ray With G. I*, Dijon 980 Main St. CORYELL - 70 - ALWAYS LESS! Bailey OH Co. Across from Highway Com. For Cool Refreshing Food FRUITARIAN DINNER or a Dutch Lunch at the CAMPUS CAFE Sanitary SWIMMING POOL: CARR'S PAR* E. Complete Greasing Service at 3813 Lincoln Way—Ph. 1865 LOYD'S SERVICE STATION 815 Lincoln Way—Ph. 3038 West Coast Cop Got His Man NAPLES, Me., (U.D—The Bell, Cal., police "get their man," Phil Clifford has discovered. Officer James Hartman, of Bell, traced Clifford across the continent and sent him a bill for HO due on a nne In Boll court. Clifford mailed the money. RULES ACROSS 1—Soak flax 2—Conquer 6—Argue 8—Chem. symbol ruthenium 10—Precipitous for Everyone is eligible, regardless of place of residence, excepting employes of this paper and their families. Solve the series of Crossword Puzzles that will appear every Saturday. A new puzzle will appear each week until a full series of 13 have been run. In solving the puzzles. Just write the letters right over the advertisements. Heavy black spot Indicates blank space, in which no letter is to appear. Hold all'puzzles until you have complete set o* 13. Then send or bring th«na to the "AD WORD PUZZLE" editor at our oKlc*. All entries must be in by midnight on th« seventh day after the last punle (No. 13) has btten printed. 166.00 will be pafd tn cash prizes to^the per- sons who send or bring in the nearest correctly solved and the nearest complete set of puzzles, In accordance with these rules. You do not necessarily have to solve each one of the 13 puzzles correctly to win a prize. The prizes will be paid to persons whose entrit* rank the highest. Elaborate entries are not necessary and will receive no greater consideration than the simple ones. Neatness counts, so make your entries simple, plain and neat. All entries will be Judged by a committee appointed by this paper and entrants agree to accept their decisions as flnal. C<»t»«?*nti desiring to enter any tlce ma;r se- euro back issues by applying it our office. Out of town aubscriberc will please send self-addressed •tamper? envelope. DOWN 2—Pair S—Over 6—Player in children's game 6—Married woman's title 7—Not in 9—To a higher plac«

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