Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 8, 1933 · Page 6
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"BUT BBTTB1 W AMES TUESDAY. AUGUST 8, DAttY TRIBUNE TIMBS FAOJB THMM Brlley Family Holds Reunion The fifteenth annual reuaton of the Briley family was an interesting event ot Sunday, August <. Due to unsettle*! weather only 100 were in attendance. The sumptuous basket dinner was served at noon and a business meeting in charge of Lou UrUey, president, -was held. Officers for the coming .year elected at this time are: Lou Briley. Marshalltown, president; Tobert Briley. Boone, vice-president; Mrs. W. 0. Weeks of Ames secretary, treasurer and -Ralph Briley, historian. Miss Delia Briley of Des Moines, program chairman, presented a stiort but entertaining program. Miss Ada Scott and three of her pupils composed a clarinet quartet which furnished musical numbers. Readings were given by Helen Pet- eraon and John Wheeler, and Betty Briley gave an original reading. "The . Briley Reunion." Harold Knight of Goldfield played, "Oh Them Golden Slippers," on the harmonica and Mrs. Oiyde Smith of Soldiers Grove, Wis., spoke. Miss Laura Craig tcld an interesting story. No deaths in the family were reported for the entire year, by the historian. The family will gather again next August for its 'aanual reunion. Out of state guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith of Soldiers Grove. Wis., and, Mr. and Mrs. Will Nelson, of South Dakota. <*> <3> 4> Sorority Holds Pirate Cotume Party Members of the Eeta Tau Delia sorority entertained at t delightful and unique pirate costume party Monday evening, 31 members and three guests attending. .Members and their guests in colorful costumes Assembled at 6:45 and motored to Ontario where a lovely dinner was served in the church by women of tjie Ladies aid. Covers were arranged at one long table, cleverly decopted with small pirates, .treasure cHests and lighted with tapers placed in broken bottles.. The jolly place cards •were made from bean* brpwn J»ap- or sacks and were also g^iven ai? favors. Following the dinner the group enjoyed an evening of roller skating. The prize for the best dressed pirate was awarded to Mrs. Fred Maywald. The committee in charge of this party were: Mrs. Russell Phebus. Mrs. T. S. Gibb, the Misses Agnes Stannan, Ethel McGriff and Melvina Davis. Guests present were. Miss Ethel Davidson. Miss Virginia Viggers and Miss Helen,; liatch. Members ptSBsent included/tithe Misses Alice Cupps, Era Dixoni Mary Baldwin, Ellen Batige, Agnes Starman, Mel- fina Davis, Dorothy Moser, Ruth Aplin, Ferae. Rarns, Ethel McGriff, Gertrude Mesha, Margaret Van Patten, . Ruth Hansen, Madeline Walsh, Orange, Cal., Helen Mackin, Clear Lake, la., Kathryn Williams and Mesdames C- W- Kern, W. S. Cupps, S. B. Larsen, F. L. Scott, D. C. McNeil, W. H. Nutty, R. "G. Paustian, T. S. Gibb, F. L- May- w&ld, Ray Brynes, Don L. Caswell, Russell Phebus, R. M. Meads, Gladys Kern. % <» <b To Attend Nat'l 'Congress in East The Society of Mayflower Descendants in the Stale of Iowa will be represented at the triennial congress of the General Society of Mayflower Descendants by its national officers. They ar;. Miss Jessie M. Kelley of Ames, deputy governor general and Frank M. Haradon of Marshalltown, assistant general. A large delegation from Iowa also will attend tie congress which will be held SeptJ 5 to 7 in- elusive in Plymouth* Mass. Miss Kelley has been- appointed by Gov. Gen, Robert Munro Boyd, jr.', to serve- as a member of the : nominations committee. Irving H. Hart of Cedar Falls is named to serve on the resolutions committee and Miss Frances L. Peck of Grinnell is to act as a page. In addition to tLose named as delegates, will be Mrs. A. S. Ambler and Mrs. Russell L. Rankin of Des Moines, Mrs. L. B. Schmidt of Ames, Mrs. 0. W. Strine of Boone, Mrs. B. S. C. Currans of Cedar Rapids. The alternate delegates are Miss Phoebe .jane Coventry and the Rev,. J. L. McCorison jr.. Miss Chloe A. Wilson and Frank M. Haradon. <*><*> $. Regular Meeting , Rebekah Lodge Marion Rebekah lodge No. 108 will meet in regular session Thursday evening at S o'clock in the I- O. O. F. hall. CAHNDAB Tuesday Pythian Sisters. Bridge at Country Club. Junior Maccabees. v Central Circle. Golf at Country. Club Wednesday * W. H. B. Club. Thursday , Rebekah Lodge. M. E. Aid Picnic. Women'i Golf As«n. To Meet Wednesday '/ \ The usual golf events for members of the Women's Golf association will be held Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock on the Ames Golf and Country club course. Tbe luncheon will be served at 12 o'clock with/Mrs. H. B. Pride, Mrs. J. A. Starrack and Miss Alice Aggr as hostesses. Luncheon reservations are to te phoned to Mrs. Pride at number S29. Methodist Aid To Hold Picnic - x Division No. 2 of the First Methodist church Ladies aid will hold a picnic Thursday at 1 o'clock at the home of Sirs. Robert Campbell on north Grand avenue. Members desiring transportation are asked to phone either Mrs. Fred Logsdon or Mrs. 'Clara Frick. Central Circle . To Meet Wednesday The Central Circle of the Lutheran Ladies aid -will meet Wednesday afternoon -with Mrs. Andrew Hougen, at 825 Seventh street. Members are asked to bring needles and thimbles. ^ 4 • When Your Daughter Comesto Womanhood Give Her Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Most girls in their teens need a tonic and regulator. Give your daughter Lydia £. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for the next few months. Teach hex how to S"" 1 * *J?" healA a* this critical time. When she is a happy, healSy wife and mother she will thank you. Wigwam Roller Rink Under the big tent, corner Grand & Main. Skating daily 2:30 to 5 and 7:30 lo 10:30. Free instructions to beginners. All for fun—fun for al), Farm Bureau And 4'H Dubs Nevada Society Ntws and Arrested »As a Self-Kidnaper Jordan 4-H '• Club Meets The Jackson Willing Workers boys 4-H club Diet at the home of their leader. Arthur Nelson, Wednesday evening, August 2. The business session was in charge of Albert Combs, president, and the resignation of secretary and treasurer was accepted and Myron Johnson selected^ to fll the vacancy. Dwi|flt" Brown, Myron Johnson and Harris Sundberg were appointed As the committee in chaige of the club float for achievement day- Refreshments were served by Mrs. Nelson at the close of the social hour. Guests were Bessie Red- fere, County Agent Harley Walker, Richard Bentley and Dean Brown. <£> . 3> <8> Jackson _4-H Club Ho'lds Meeting The Jackson Jolly Janes 4-H chib met Fridaj afternoon July 28 at the Jordan school. Dorothy Saddoris, presider' was in charge" and pictures were taken of - the work. Dorothy Saddoris gave a report of the 4-H club convention held at Ames and Miss Bessie Redfern explained the achievement show exhibits. Guests present were, Helen Saddoris, Mary Duckworth, Mis. Irwin Hagge, Nadine and Rose Jane Crooks and Mazin Knoubs. At the meeting of the club held August 2 in the school house at Jordan.- Phyllis Bennett was chosen to repr-esent the club in the contest tq be held August 4. The float .committee- for the achievement show appointed at this time were, Shirley Bennett. Margaret Henderson, Elva Brown. To Entertain Social Hour Club The Social Hour club will meet with Mrs. Sol Petermaa Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. <$ « * ' Ogden-Priett Wedding Monday The marriage of Miss Veda Leota Ogden and Sheldon H. Priest, both of Des Moines, was an event of Monday. The service was read by Justice B- .L. McConkie. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Steward of Nevada. Mrs. Steward is the mother of the groom. * <&• « Thimble Club To Meet-Wed. The regular meeting., of the Thimble club'will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. -B. B* Welty. Lloyd Child and f^mijy .and Frank G. Randell and la^ly,^ol Oskaloosa motored to Neva^*, ^Sunday where they were guests--ia-the home of Mr. Child's parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Child. Miss Blanche Hopkins, Mrs. Frances McDonald of Seattle Wash., and the Misses Ella Hopkins and Margaret McNlchols went to Chicago Sunday to spend a few days at the world's fair. A. M. Ringheim left Sunday noon for Chicago on a buying trip. Miss Betty Jorstad of McCalls.- burg is spending a few days as the guest of Miss Muriel Hougen. Mrs. Sue Wentz of Oakland, and brother Harry Batts of Oakland were guests over Sunday in the home of Mrs. Wentz' daughter, Mrs. Glen R. Newton. The Misses Margaret and Lucretia McAllister and Helen BeiUr 'of Carroll visited Sunday with Nevada friends. They were en route home from Minneapolis where they had visited. Dr. J. O. Simon,; Mrs.Simon and sons Donald and Max have returned from a month's outing at the lakes in Minnesota. Miss Harriet Jane Frazier returned to Des Moines Sunday after a vacation visit in Nevada during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry ..King and Dickie were in Boone Sunday where they attecd£d a.family reunion of relatives T of Mrs. King. Mrs. H. G.'Ambrose and mother, Mrs. Legor Jacques were in Jefferson Sunday where they attended the funeral services held for their cousin, the late Mrs. Park Cockerill. A kidnaping with a new twist was j revealed by police who arrested ! David M. Kahan. Brooklyn realty man, on the charge be abducted himself in an attempt to collect I ransom from wealthy relatives. i Seized in Hudson, N. Y.. Kahan is j shown arriving at court in Brook- j Wn, where he was charged with blackmail and -attempted extor- 1 "I Loved ..." County Society N •I loved Bill Costello . . .and the whole world will know of it" . . A hushed courtroom throng at Salem. Mass., listened to Mrs. Jessie Costello. shown above, in a serene pose during her trial, as she took the stand to make an impassioned denial of the state's accusation that she poisoned to death he'r husband. Is Hohored Guest At Reunion . Dr. A. D. Woods was the honored guest at a family reunion at the home of .his mother, Mrs. D. W. Woods, in State Center Sunday celebrating his birthday. The party was planned and the dinnei was prepared by his daughter, Miss Margaret Woods, who is a student in voice at Grinnell college. A feature of the festive spread was a huge bjrthday cake stirred and baked by the young hostess "all by herself." Late in the af- tarnoon the party adjourned to the doctor's home, where there was an informal musical program, with several numbers by Wayne Richards, piano, and Dan Woods, violin. Harold Reever, of Chicago, was the only guest from aw-ay. • «>«-*• Entertains Pollyonna Club Mrs. A. R. Aves was winner in a contest which marked the meeting of the pollyanna club of State Center at the home of Mrs. F. C. Brown west of Kere., Friday afternoon. All members were present and enjoyed the pleasant meeting whicn was concluded with refreshments served by the hostess. <t> <j <$ Entertain Ladles Aid Mrs. Carl Baldus, Mis'; Mary Baldus and Mrs. John Wirth jr., were hostesses Thursday afternoon to members of the Ladies aid the S. 3. Peters and Pauls church of Lafayette township. Tin mpetln K was n(?lrt )n , hp NHSPTVIM11. Mrs. T. F. of ,tr\vrii nnd Mrs, Frank Mattingly of Gilbert. Iowa Federal Prohibition Forces Cut DES MOINES" <U.E>For the second time in _three years Iowa's federal prohibition forces we're upset Tuesday ! by federal reorganize, lion and notification that 18 agents and clerks will be removed fr.oni the payroll Wednesday. . Whether -any of the group, which includes ten in the north Iowa office at Fort Dodge and eight in the '. southern IOWA, ad mini stration headquarters here, ".will-be re-hired was not definitely known altho expectations were that th< entire staff would become a part o the new enforcement department Necessity for the change was due to discontinuation of the bur eau of investigation under the de partment of justice, which has handled prohibition affairs since taking orer enforcement from treasury office three years ago When that change was made, all Iowa's forces except the administrators were discharged and then re-hired. It was expected the same method of procedure would be fol lowed in the second case. Uncertainty surrounded the or der from W. E. Burke of St. Paul, acting eighth district chief under whose jurisdiction Iowa prohibition enforcement 'falls, since 15 mem bers of the Iowa force were 'dismissed two months ago and both of Iowa's administrators, Glen A. Brunson of Des Moines and B. F. Wilson" of Fort Dodge, were given indefinite "furloughs" from which they have not been recalled. Involved in the latest notification of dismissal are Homer F. Wood. Roy MOOD and Louella Busby of Des Moines; Sephus Cronkite and M. C. Bickhart of Davenport: Orval Brock and Forrest Lorey of Burlington. Thorn Cheyney of Council Bluffs, all in the southern district, and 10 others in north Iowa. FARM NEWS CEREAL HOSTS OFTEN CONFUSED Black stem rust, the desease of wheat, oats, barley and rye, is often confused with the other cereal rusts which are somewhat similar in appearance, according to D. R. Sheperd, agent of barberry eradication in Iowa. The common rusts of Iowa are: black stem rust, which attacks wheat, oats, barley and rye, orange leaf rust of wheat, crown rust of bats, dwarf leaf rust of barley and brown leaf rust of rye. Black stem rust is a stem rust as its name implies and is', confined almost entirely to the stems. The latter four are leaf rusts and are most always- found on the leavas. ; "Each of fthese .rusts has a red (summer stage)- and a black (winter stage)," states the agent. They can be told from each other by the shape and color of the spots (pustules) and usually by their positions .on the plant. Black stem rust, develops each spring on the leaves of the common barberry bush. This is the only one of the .j-mall grain rusts which develops on this shrub. This disease is characterized by its elongated irregular brick-red, spots. Leaf rusts d,iff,er from the stem rust in theit appearance. Orange leaf rust is characterized by its tiny orang^ colored spot and is yellowish-ofange* in color. Dwarf leaf rust of barley and brown leaf rust of rye ars usually distinguished by their tiny round light brown spots. DES MOINES (UJR) — The county fair season with its displays of agricultural products and accompanying carnivals and entertainment programs was inaugurated in Iowa Monday. The Trl-SUte fair at Burlington, which annually attracts exhibits from Iowa, Illinois and Missouri opened Monday and was scheduled to close Saturday. The Taylor county fair at Bedford, one ot the larger southern Iowa expositions, also opened Monday for the entire week. The Pottawattamie county fair which opened at Avoca Monday will close Thursday. The Mills county fair was scheduled to open at Malvern • Tuesday and will close Thursday. The Pocahontas county fair, which also will open tomorrow at Fonda, will close Friday. The first fair of the season was the Hejiry county fair at Mt Pleasant Aug. 1-4, last week. A total of 79 fairs and expositions, including the two larger events, the Iowa State fair and the National Dairy Cattle Congress at Waterloo, are scheduled in Iowa this year. The final show of the year is the Four County fair at Ackley Dec. 11-15. Thirty of the 79 are scheduled for September, and 49 in August- Only two are scheduled for October and one in December. The largest number are scheduled for the latter half of August. '' head and professor, veterinary eurgery, Iowa State. 2:00 p. m.—Boxing and other sports (See your cow tester in action). / 3:00 p. m.—Tour of the agronomy farm. Girl Disappears From Tourist Camp EAGLE GROVE, (UP.)—A search was underway in central Iowa for Louise Oliver, 14* who disappeared from a. tourist camp here. When last seen early Tuesday she was riding in a car with another tourist. Earl Dick, 22, of Hastings, Nobr Louise and her parents arrived Monday from 111- j inois. i .Dick, who was described as be- fng about 6 feet tall and dark, also arrived Monday. He drove a coupe bearing Minnesota license plates. He carried a femal dog and her puppy with him in the | automobile .seat. TTCTCDP niPMIO I ultra PUNIC The annual Story county cow testing association picnic wilt be held Friday at the Iowa State college dairy farm. Clarence Wilkinson is, in charge of the program whichis announced as follows: 10:00 a. m.—Inspection of college dairy barns with John Stewart, Manager. 11:00 a. m.—Judging contest to decide the association representative to Waterloo this fall. 12:00 noon—Picnic dinner .cafeteria style. (Bring covered dish. Milk and ice cream fyrnished. 1:30 p. m.—Talk—"Safeguarding the Dairy Herd Against Udder Disease," by Dr. Geo. Fowler, LEMARS (U.fi>—Commemorating the beginning of Iowa's farm strike a year ago Tuesday, farm 5 ers who were active as pickets during the farm rebellion, assembled in several counties Tuesday for "anniversary picnics." The strike, which was intensely waged in Plymouth, Woodbury and Cherokee counties and had repurcussions in other outbreaks of unrest during the past year which climaxed when Gov. Clyde L. Herring sent the national guard into Plymouth and Crawford counties last April 28, started on Aug. 8, 1932. Before It ended 13 pickets were wounded in an ambuscade at Cherokee, and a recurrence resulted in the death of a South Dakota farmer who was attempting to run a blockade and bring milk to Siouj City. Lunches were fo be spread at all "the'picket' points in this section. Deputy sheriffs who battled the farmers were invited to share in the festivities. Fr«* Fair for Red-heads SEDALIA,. Mo. (UJS)—Red-headed- women will have a special day at the Missouri fair this August. Prizes will be awarded to all redheaded women, and they wjll be admitted free-pf-charge to the celebration. BARBS ITALIAN .honeymoon couples in •*-Rome are given free tickets oa the street cars. Later we suppose the divorce courts will provide the transfers. * * * Government geological survey reports that {he whole country has teen having an. earthquake the past six months, -putting vs all on terra squirma. * » * The bonus army of 194S is now in the Conservation Camps. Wonder if they'll want a bonus for mosquito bites, poison ivy suffering and sunburn. * * * Prince Ferdinand of Hohenzol- lern is selling Fords nowadays. Well, his old man, Kaiser Bill, •teas quite a flivver himself. * * « Pussyfoot Johnson, eminent prohibition orator, says the U. S. it ."in for a five-year drunk." Too bad, just when it's beginning to get ovet a four-year hangover^, (Copyright, 133.3, NEAt.Scrvice, Inc.J Special for August Fenders enameled black $2.50 per set C. W. YEOMANS AUTO PAINT SHOP 107 E. Second St. Ames Golf & Country Club SEMI-MONTHLY BRIDGE DINNER Thursday, August 10th Tn charge of Dinner committee: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Giese, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Taff, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jameson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry O'Neil, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Donajran, In charge of Bridge: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Robinson. Please phone reservations before noon Thursday. A Queen Goes to the Fair Prond oiieon of the American fishing fleet, the cchooncr Gertrude- I,. Thftbaud Is under way with nil "salln net for the Century of Pro.cress of Kxpositlon at Phlrnjro Splrfc and span, the vener»W* schooner, captained by s.ilty 75011 Pino henrs « museum of flsh- in* exhibits from Glom-oMei Moss., some of which date ba-k centuries. I can't help feeling tkat Toasting" makes a difference I do not treat my choice of a cigarette lightly... for, as with other little niceties of life, my cigarette is a matter of intimate concern with me. After all, I do place my cigarette between my lips! And so, when I say "Lucldes Please" —I am paying a tribute to that immaculate feeling I have when smoking a Lucky. And that is my own individual reason for saying "Luckics Please!"

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