f, 1UILY TKrBUire TIM]E». AMJ5|, IOWA. THURSDAY, AUGUST JO. 1933 : Society: Women's Golf Atsn. Meets Seventeen members of the Women's Golf association enjoyed their weekly golf games Wednesday morning on the Ames Golf ,and Country club course. Members teed off at S a. m. and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Robert Simpson, low score, Mrs. H. T. Gregg, low putt score. Luncheon was served at noon with Mrs. H. E. Pride. J. A. Star- rack and Miss Alice Agg, as hostesses. '"" " Eight. women golfers of the association will go to Valley Junction Friday to play in the open day golf tournament at the Des Moines Golf and Country club. <fe <t> & Luncheon Bridge Courtesy for Visitor Mrs. E. B. Bush entertained at a delightful luncheon and bridge party Wednesday at the Bungalow tearoom on Douglas avenue, as a courtesy for Mrs. E. M. Cassady of Morgantowa. Va.. who 1s visiting CALENDAR Thursday Rebekah Lodge. M. E. Aid Picnic. Fourth Warft Circle. United'Brethren Aid. Pocahontas Club. Christian Aid. Star Circle. Dinner Bridge Country Club. Friday Ladies Scottish Society. Modern Woodman. Joshua Chapter. Worthwhile Circle. LaMoille. Tha Misses Buck are sisters of Mrs. Corbin. Mrs. John Pryor has received w —_-_.-—. .*... ..~u* » u ( ,iv«i.j*j£,. iujo. juuii jrijui iiab icucivcu relatives here. Following the 1:30 word that her son. AUny. Charles luncheon, bridge was play»l at four tables during the afternoon. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. W. P. Nichols and low to Mrs. F. M. Day. Stated Meeting Joshua Chapter Joshua chapter No. 12 R. A. M.. will hold a stated meeting Friday, August 11, hall. in the lodge C'ampus Varieties Program Saturday Another of the interesting col-' lege Campus Varieties programs will be presented Saturday evening at 8:15 in MacKay auditorium. The summer session cardinal guild is in charge. The program announced by the :ommittee includes: Piano solo, Ira Schroeder; short skit, "Pleasant Valley Intelligencer," Mrs. Blair Converse, H. L. Kooser and Ben Willis; dance number. Marilyn Westcott; play. "Luncheon for Six," under the direction of Pauline Watson with the follow- ia? cast: Neva Carey. Bill England. Mary Burton, Barbara Apple. Carl 'Hamilton and Mervin Carty. Dancing will follow the program. A small charge is being made. j •« 4. Worthwhile Circle With Mrs. Thompson The Worthwhile circle of the Lutheran church will meet with Mrs. G. Thompson. 121? Grand r.venue. Friday evening at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Seaholm is the assisting hostess. Pryor of New York city, and daughter Mrs. Roy Wilkins'of Chicago will arrive soon for a visit in her home. I The condition of the Rev. M. | Nicholls who has been ill for two weeks following his return from Mt. demons Mich., is reported to he improved. Mr. Nichols is still confined to hir bed. First $517 of $100,000,000 for Cotton Acreage Cut Counts Society News From the hand of President Roosevelt to that of George Morris, Texas cotton' farmer, a check for J517 is passing in the above picture. It was the first trickle in a flood of $100,000,000 which the government is pouring upon southern farmers who cukcottpn acreage. Left to right, .Representative Marvin Jones, Texas: Cully Cobb, U. S. cotton-aominlstrator; E. R. Euvally, Texas state ex- tention service: the president: Morris,-' and Secretary of Agriculture- Wallace. JAPANESE PEER Ladies Aid Elects Officers At the regular meeting of the Ontario Ladies aid society held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Briley. the following officers were elected to serve during the coming year: Mrs. Eric Peterson, president; Mrs. Susie Kingsbury, vice-president; Mrs» Frank Wheeler, secretary: Mrs. Grubb, treasurer. Mrs. Harry Mize is the outgoing president of the aid. Refreshments were served .by the hostess during the social hour. URGES CONTACTS (Continued from Page One) America, to repeal the Exclusion feature and said he saw "excellent results from contacts made by leading men of the two countries." He cited the recent visit pf Viscount Ishii to Washington, and that of Roy W. Howard, of the Scripps-Howard -newspapers, to Japan. He said he looks-forward to the day when "the removal of the present irritant will friendship between Nevada Society News and Personal* Farm Bureau And 4'H Clubs tr.-c: i:atns For Housegu:sts Tuesday Mrs. Lester Corbin was hostess at a'delightful party Tuesday evening -at her home as a courtesy for h-=r houseguests, the Misses Margaret Maber, Marie Bailey and Maxine Buck all who teach in the' Rock Rapids schools and Miss Zella Buck of LaMoille. Bridge was played during the evening and refreshments were served. •Guests besides the honerees included Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Penber- ger of Marshalltown. * « <S> Celebrated Fifth Birthday Paul Newton celehrated his fifth birthday Tussday by entertaining a group of 20"children at his home here. Games were played on the lawn and ice cream and cake were served at <he close of the party hours. «, <$ $ Baker-Jones Nuptials Wed. Miss Maoel Baker anjl Amos Jones jr., both of Colo were united in marriage Wednesday morning in a service read by Justice E. L. McConkie at Nevada. The couple was attended by Helen and Milo Hadley. Awoi Club To Meet Friday The Awoi 4-H club will meet Friday afternoon at 1:30 at the home of Miss Edna Kicgsbury. j Grant Twp. Bureau Meeting* The Grant Township farm bureau meeting will _be held at the Shipley school Friday, August 11, at & o'clock. Representative C. E. Lookingbill will be ths main speaker of the evening. renew true the United States and Japan." He reiterated that he believed nothing will improve international relations so much as an exchange of visits by leading men. Prince Tokugawa was interviewed at his beautiful mansion at Sendagaya. He received this correspondent with the geniality that has made him on« of the most popular men in Japan. He did not definitely say that during his tour he-, intends to explain Japan's position to the world but his friends here believe he will take the opportunity to do so in his conversations in America and elsewhere. The prince sails aboard ' the Chichibu-Maru which docks in San Francisco on Aug. 23. From San Francisco he will proceed direct to Chicago to visit the'-world's fair. He then wil! go to New York to board the liner Majestic for Southampton. He explained that he thinks it will be too hot to visit Washington. New York and other American cities at this time, and also he wishes to proceed to England at once, arriving there about Sept. 5. He expects to spend two or three months in'London renrw- i ing old "acquaintances and'making ed. . . ,, I***B"-'*^*»- L ^-H "•tfciAi i,a.in_ t c o.uu liiaixii^g An interesting _ program of mu- j rfe w on = s . after which he will visit EIC and movies will also be provid- j France. Germany. Holland. Italy and other countries of continental Europe. He was educated in England. Early in 1934 he plans to leave England for Canada, visit his son. the Hon. lemasa Tokugawa, Japanese minister to Canada, then go to the United States. In Washington he intends to call at the white house and pay his respects to President Roosevelt, whon. he will meet for the first time, then visit New York, Philadelphia and other leading cities. The prince recalled his association with. Chief Justice Charles 1 At the Hospitals I Mary Greeley Admitted — Mildred " Heuerman, A. D. Newman. HART IMPROVING HOLLYWOOD OLE)—William S. Hart, r , former western film actor was resting more easily Thursday in Cedars of iebanon hospital, where he suffered a relapse Wednesday from" effects of an operation two weeks ago. Evans Hughes in the days of the Washington disarmament conference where they met when Hughes CUT-UPS! Ernie Nelson motored to Atlantic Tuesday wi:li his mother, Mrs. H. F. Nelson who had spent a few days here. Mrs. "Byron Dickey is recovering nicely from an operation for the removal of her tonsils Monday at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Knudsen and daughter Patricia Ann of Jew- < ell were guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Knudsen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Schilling. Miss Mayna Wilcox Nevada grade school teacher returned! Tuesday evening from Chicago where she had attended the world's fair and als o visited with Miss Marguerite Laugmari Mrs. Dorothy Todden Ashby and two children of Weldon are guests in the home of Mrs. Ashby's aunt Mrs. F. C. Tarman and familv - AIr , S - !; est «, C ° rbin has as " ' h er Bursts, the Misses Maxine Maher, Mane Bailey and Maxine Buck teachers in the R OC k' ' R aD ids schools and Miss Zella Buc/of Simply Worn Out? Take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Caa aaythlaft be more wearing for irstnta than the eea«eleee round of hauiebeld duties? You hate no time to be »lci ... you aw rtred . . . miitnft ... jet ennnot «op. "There come* A Mme rrh-n Enmathlnft enaps and you find ^•ounelf simply worn out. Lydla E. Plnkh««'« Vegetable Con* !>o< nd ttUt h«'P you. In tonic Action will &lra you renewed atrenjth, and will make yonr dally tatka eeem eaglet to you. *S out of erofr 180 tromen who report tr> a» f.jy that tfc.-y are benefited by this tr^ieir.e. Bay n bottle from your drug- 8».t todiy • • • ft"* watch the nwJtu. Morgan, former Follies star, cut up in great style on her 28th hlrthday. For, in addition to her own anniversary, ahn was helping her husband, Mnurico Maschke. son of the Cleveland Republican leoder, fH^bratP, ihe news Hint ho Passed the h.ir examinations. They are shown at the double celebration at thnlr hotel at Rodthurst-on- Lake George, N. Y. . ,. made his memorable • warship scrapping proposal. Other friends in America include former President Hoover and William R. Castle, jr., former ambassador in To- Europe. location of the",'rifine where. Julien Dubuque, shrewd French pioneer after whom 'the city .was named, first mined lead for exportation to kio. Besides being president of the Friday will see the annual Du buque County Farm. Bureau picnic the Japan council of the institute of Pacific Reltions.. America-Japan society/Prince To- ?.nd enactment of a pageant, "Ju- kugawa is president of the Japan-j lien Dubuque, Miner of the Mines ese Red Cross, the Peers' club, th? 'of Spain," in which.more than 200 Pan-Pacific Union of Jap\n and ; iocal persons will participate. The dedicatory service for Dubuque's new : ppsto£fic;e building will be held 'Friday. Principal speaker will- be -Ccmgressman E. C. Eicher of the' first; district. Queen of the celehration is .-Miss Georgia Lyon,' who was crowned ?:irly this • week as "Miss- Centen •-•>.ial." She won the title over a core of coatestantfe. Dr. Henry G. langworthy, chairman of the com- nittee in charge of the celebration DUBUQUE «IP>—This city, testate's oldest communilfjv into its centennial celebratibu presented'Miss; Lyon at the open- Thursday. • iug of the celebration. Events on Thursday's program included a tour of Dubuque's historic spots. Visitors, homecomers RUBY , TO VISIT AL HOLLYWOOD <t!.E>—Ruby Kee- First Step in Tax Revision Taken Wed. DBS MOINES <UR) — The first step in a preliminary study of tax revision measures prior to calling of the Iowa legislature in special session this fall was taken Wednesday. Two special committees, the senate tax revision committee headed by Sen. M. X. Geske of McGregor, and Gov. Clyde L. Herring's committee on governmental reorganization, convened to receive verbally or in written form ideas for remodeJing of Iowa's taxing system. Chairman of the committee on governmental reorganization is Attorney William P. Riley of Des Moines.' Other members are Sen. John K. Valentine of Centerville, Sen. D. W. Kimberly of Davenport, Rep. Earl Dean of Mason City and Rep. John Speidel of Washington, la. I Members of the senate committee in addition to Senator Geske are Sen. I. H. Knudson of Ellsworth, Sen. E. R. Hicklln of Wapello, Sen. I. G. Chrystal of Coon Rapids, and Sen. G. E. Roelofs of Sioux Center. . Sitting with the two committees will be six representatives appointed by Speaker George Miller of Harlan. They are O. J. Grau. of Newell, E. H. Fabritz of Ottumwa, Paul Cunningham of Des Moiaes. LeRoy S. Mercer of Iowa City, and C. L. Rice of Delta. The hearings, which were scheduled for the Ft Des Moines hotel, will be open to. the public, Sen. Geske said. Among the plans expected to be received for consideration are a gross sales tax, a net income tax, a' gross Income tax and a combination gross, net income and franchise sales tax setup. . Each of these ideas were presented to the legislature last spring and were to be presented again for consideration Wednesday. From the various plans offered and discussed the two committees are expected to evolve a plan behind which can be consolidated the now widely flung forces of tax revision. Among those expected to appear before the committees are Joe Wagner of Davenport, proponent of the gross income tax; tr. M. Titus of Muscatine, and officials of the Iewa~ Farm Bureau federation. and American Legion delegates in ler, wife of Al Jolson, was en state convention here were provid-j route Thursday to New York to ed transportation thruout the visit him. She revealed before scenic area of the city. ' . .boarding a Transcontinental and Oneofthe spots visited was the'Western air liner Wednesday Held as Plotter Of 'Massacre' Named by the government as the plotter of the Kansas City Union Station massacre in which four officers and a convict were killed, Louis Stacy, Melrose Park, 111., roadhouse operator, is shown'as he was arraigned before-a U. S. commissioner in Chicago on charges of complicity in the crime. A hearing on a warrant for his removal to Kansas City will be held / . Aug. 22. night that her husiand was ill and would return with her when she resumes motion picture work in two weeks. CHICAGO OJ.E)—Dentists themselves apparently don't agree on the- proper method for crushing teeth, judging from statements ol delegates to the American Dental Hygieriists* association in convention here Thursday. : "Use a large tooth brush in a swift rotary " motion," advised Dr. A. C. Kones, Bridgeport, Conn. "Use a very small brush with fine bristles, to be jiggled up and down between the teeth," recommended Dr. W. J. Carter of Des Moines, la. "Use any tooth brush, but use it well and often, and it isn't necessary to apply powder, paste or mouth-wash," was the formula of Dr. fenjamin Tishler of Boston. Aimee Etcetera Hutton may go into vaudeville. Probably in n Sister Act PAGK TUtftB H-S-—-MB Esther Ralston to Start Career Anew HOLLYWOOD U'Fi — Esther Ralston has decided to seek a separation from George Webb so she can start anew In motion pictures, she revealed Thursday. Her husband has served as her business manager. "I am not planning a divorce." she said. "This }s a friendly parting of the ways, a parting which both of us deeply regret. For the last eight years I've made marriage my business. Now I'm going out of that business. This will be my national recovery act." pEOLOGIST says the earth Isi ^shrinking and that mountains! all over the^ world are dropping.] Good chance to try Inflation. throughout the land ?i . . MILLIONS OF HAPPY CHILDREN THIS MORNING . .> THOSE WHO GOT POST TOASTIES FOR BREAKFAST! No wonder children are cheery when Post Toasties brightens up the breakfast table! These big, crunchy flakes—so crisp, so cool, so refreshing—are simply delicious , ; ; plain, or with fresh, ripe fruits or berries ; i and plenty of cold milk or cream to float in. * Made only from the sweet, 'ender hearts of the corn kernels themselves, Post Toasties gives rou new energy—quick! Try iome tomorrow for breakfast, unch or supper ; ; : A product of General Foods. When in hotels, restaurants or on trains ask for Post Toasties in he individual-serving package —cellophane-wrapped, to keep them always crisp and delicious- A woman's reason for. liking a man's cigarette Maybe you'll think I'm a bit inconsistent. Most things I'm fond of are really quite feminine ... dainty, frilly frocks—delicate desserts—-yes, and delicate compliments, too. To me my cigarette is a personal thing—it touches my lips—so give me one with real character. For some reason or other, I find that whenever I reach for a Lucky, always "Luckies Please". They're as mild mdpure as can be—I wonder if "Toasting" isn't the reason after all! Coprrltht. 1M*. Th» Air.orlnn Tnbtcea Conptar. A •• I because Its toasted"
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