Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 12, 1933 · Page 5
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Ames, Iowa
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Saturday, August 12, 1933
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fc. DAILY TOBTOi.TDtm jaat/iowi, IATUIDAT, ATJOUW 12, Johnson Hard Pressed to Keep With Organization's Growth 1. S. G. Faculty Members Are * Wed in Minneapolis Thurs. 1^88 Elsie Pearl Wilton and Dr. Charles Sumaer Gwynne,-jnem»*ri n*. of the faculty at lowa-Btate college, were married Thursday Auroi tO In Minneapolis. The ceremony was performed in the marriage'chipe «C the Central X-utheran church with'the Rev. XL. Rystad " \ The.bride, who wa* given in marriage by her. father, Grant "Wfl»<5 «f West Liberty, was lovely in a frock'of white chiffon,;wltii " •Uing turban and long lace gloves. Her flowers were a shoulder cOr- sage of Talisman'roses and yellow gladioli. The attendant* -were, Miss Ellen Pennell of Dee Moinea and Axiriaft Wilion of Pipeitone, Minn., brother of the '. bride. .After the ceremony the wedding» breakfast was served at the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph: Lowe, 2215 Vincent avenue Minneapolis. The bride and groom left at once fpr anv extended auto trip north. They will be-at home in Ames after ftept 20. MM. Gwynne ii a graduate of Iowa State college. and • has. been ah assistant professor in the home at lowa State for the past few years. M*. Gwynne was graduated from Cornell university Ithaca N. Y., aid is now acting head and associate profesior in .the geology department at, Iowa State college. .: Guests at the wedding, were, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Wilson, West Liberty la., parents of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kettleson, Esther- vine la., sister and brother-in-law of-the bride; the Misses Hazel McKibben Ames, Luciie Johnson, Sioux City, Alice. Dahlen, Kindred. >'. D., Jane Candor, Cogswell, N. D.; Ellen Pennell, -Des Moines, Adrian Wilson, Pipestone, Minn.. and Carl Mathlas-Wise, Lake City. "• inn. * <*.- « H. A. L. C.'Aux. Holds Meeting Friday ••The National Association «f Letter Carriers auxiliary -met Friday evening at .the bonje of ; Mrs. 0. .L. Ruggles 522 Crawford avenue : foe the regular monthly business meeting.' ...Following the routine , business numbers were .entertained, at an Interesting lawn party and' social hour. At the close of the evening the hostess served watermelon. Entertains At Pre Nuptial Shower Miss Julia' ":Wastun entertained at delightful ' p: rty Thursda evening as a-courtesy for her sii ter,. Mtes Myrtle-. "SasUm who wii "be a bride-, of-August 23. The part was -in the nature of a mlscellan ecus shower and many lovely gifts *£re given to the bride to ~be. The evening hours were spent i: bridge. High score prize wa awarded to.Miss Maxine Bruc aid low to Miss Dorothy Palmer • Refreshments- were- served a the conclusion of the games. Dinner- Bridge/ • . '• fit' Country 'Club Tbe regular semi-monthly'dinner bridge-at .the 'Ames Golf and Coun try club was an enjoyable ••: affair ot Thursday evening. Reservations tf ere : made for 38 for the : dinner ?.ad the tables were centered vrtth attractive^ bouQuets of zinnias: ant gladioli. .;Bridge was .played-, at 12 : tables fallowing the : dinner and "prizes Wjere awarded to .Mrs! Frank Mann Mrs.rCbarlea Reynolds, Mrs. Roman Hamto. Mrs. M..A. Sharp, Dr. B. G QyeivH, R. Lotz, Judge C. Gi Lee and .M. A.- Sharp. Mr. 1 and Mrs. Henry Giese, as dinner chairmen, were assisted by Mr.''arid'Mrs: Paul Taff, Mr. and Mrs.'W.-H. Jameson, Mr. and Mrs Clem O'Neil-.and-MEi and Mrs. Walter, Duhagan. Mr. and;. Mrs. J. L, Robiiwon were bridge' chairmen. •^Mr.. and Mrs. Roman Hamis; of Council Bluffs, were guests. o;iu. y. T> Hold Open Meeting . The Daughters of,Union Veterans will hold a mixer following the opening meeting, In;. the- I. '•(£ O...-F. hall next ; Tuesday "evening.' at >7:30. There will be an Interesting pnv gram and refreshments will be served. JAI1 members are expected • to at- tejnd- and guests are welcome. All past; members > and anyone eligible to membership in the order are cordially invited.' . : '• ' «' «• ..»' ' . Ehtertain At Bridge Party Miss Sara Allen, amT'MissLina Michaels .enterfaraed, at,.'a-lovely evening party Friday-*t the Michaels, home '600 %. Crawford '< avenue. Guests were '12 high school claas- . mates. • ••• .- ".-: Bridge was the -diversion of--the evening hours. - A\ color scheme of rink and white was effective^, car Tied;-out :in the- delightful refreshments, served at the conclusion of the: games. • Saturday Order of-Rainbow. Monday Gebal Council • . . Tuesday Bridge at Country Club. D. U. V. Wedneefey ~Women''a Gelf Aeen. County Ozmun Family Hold* Reunion The Ozmun family reunion held at,the W.. W. Wescott ".home at Collins "Sunday, due to--thi rainy weather. Fifty relatives were present. Mrs. charge W. of W. the Wescott business : was'^fn session Stated Meeting Qibtl Council , No. 5 Royal and Sel«ct-MastersrwiU..hbld a stated • »«e«ng Monday August 14 in the Masonic • temple. 3> * <> ,Te,-Hold Charity Sale A'-rummage sale of • summer clothing especially in the interest of; school,, children . will be held about- Sept l under the ausnices of, -the Ames Woman's club S Faculty Women's club. Those who may.iave contributions ar for further announcement of the date and details of the sale which ; will ; be given out soon. .The famous "Inside Passage" from Pugct Sound into Alaskan •waters, terror to all but the most •Wilful navigators, and traditional **nong men who follow the sea, <Uures In the thrilling details of "Tugboat Annie," in which Marie Dressier and Wallace Beery co- "tur in their first appearance since "Min *nd Bill." The new Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer picture, bik«ed on and officers elected were: Mrs W. W. Wezcott, president,;. Floyd Oswald, vice-president;. Mrs.' 0, Serbein, secretary-treasurer; Committees appointed were. Music. Will Ozmun; James Flanigan; entertainment,- Velzora Flan- lgan, Ada' Oswalt, Tlora Vasey, tetlss jslace, David Oimun, Lloyd Lindstrom, Martin Flanlgan. The program for' the afternoon consisted of Talk, May and Mrs.-Wescott; *ongi James Flanlgan, Zelma and Ruth Flanigan, Betty Victor and Albert; Va« ey; readings, Mrs. Fred -.Brown... * * «> Helpful Neighbor* .. . "" Club Hold* Meeting 'j Mrs. Ernest Denning was /nott- ess to membere of the- Helpful Neighbors club Wednesday rat home in.'Walnut Grove, ard SeverBon was assisting Fifteen members and el guest* enjoyed the meeting^ wb: was; a hardtime affair.' ; Mrsi : Jennings was awarded, a prize'for her costume. an >: -the., afterntfptt hours .'were spent: in'•" hemming towels for thfchostess. 'The entertainment features wejre in" charge «f Mrs. Chester Sjeyerittn andi Mrs. - Theron Adams/ Members answered "roll caHsby: giving "Tin old proverb'. ~- ; * _': ''•' The ! next :meeting, : Sept ISf ;wfn be with Mrs. John Rainey and^Mi*. I.-S. Elliott . ' J ' '• - s -Entertain ,--... - • At:Dinner Party f Mr. and Mrs. Ira Christenson ,of Des Moinies had as their dlnBer guests Sunday•' at their home, H. 0.' Torkelson; Mr. and Mrs. O". K. Helvig and family, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lund'arid family. Mr. and Mrs. Stanton James- anj-:lamijy., Mr. 'and Mrs; Walter- Nelsdi. and family, Mrs. Emma "ChrlsfViisott, Mrs. Millfe Rud.i Seve)rt Torkelso'n, all of Story City^ and :Mr.. and 'Mrs. Ole J. Lund and family of Jewelt Tuesday. Club ^ ; , : * WASHINGTON, • OH)—The , na Uoiialr recovery »dmlBlatratlon is fwwi«f to.rapidly and »OV!M eo Mrtftly that General Hugh S. John, •en, is. hard preated to, keep: up wiytti»v*rything that 1» going on: He. trie* to 4o it and tome »ub- ordinwtes. have suggested he at- toowt/k to natter too much detail. He-.. Wdi regular f a. m. ataff meetings • for a general exchange itfj»'formation. all effort at cloae liai- •ometimei are. crowed ; to'speed and the-large number of .person*. involved. D*y§ -after, one branch of NRA had issued circular instructions for setting up an elaborate system of local drive organisations headed by civt tian ."generals," lady ; . "lieutenant generals." "colonels" ' and . "majors" Johnson heard about it and war amazed. When his 'chief counsel: issued an interpretation^ defining professional persons, Johnson, who ha indicated • a contrary interpreta tion said. the • next day it was "slip."'. When-.he-announced that em ployers- who could not. fully com ply with the' blanket code migh use the .blue eagle with a whit bar across; its breast,;:onr of hi chief lieutenants' told inquirers : was the first,he had heard of it. . Newspaper publishers presente their-code to NRA officials and I was mimeographed in the usna way. and given out'in- time: to he printed in afternoon newspapers At,;f-p,;,m. that, day Johnson, ex pressed surprise and : ^ curtly cate chited rbne of his most efflclen preiis 7 " of fleers. . . ;Jliss' Francis -Perkins,- secretary"" »f labor, almost wrecked. . car.erully. rehearsed dram*. . ove: Society Enttrtalnt Leisure Hour Club Mrs. Leon W: Golden and moth er, Mrs. Charles Robison, entertained members of .the Leisure Hour club Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Harry Crouch. Fourteen members and' Mrs: M. Cpggsb.aU," a guest were in attendance. The paper of the afternoon was given;, by Mrs^.. Angi* Gutekanst of tStat*^ Center. •".•Two course refreshments^ were served at the eonclnslori of the Entertain For Nevada Vlaltor Mrs.- J.' T.'- Anderson *nd Mrs.- T. JMATfiompspn ^entertained a, group of -giiests from Story City .«d : Ro, Thursday ^ as.:* courteiy; for Torkelsotf . - fornia. .who . 'has ;: been spending a K . the community. Anderson was . hostesff-at .luncheontTiursday at her home * . and*- Mts, Thomplpn £-. supper, party. '&.; H| Ivig, JLars HaftioA, . Gandnrp? ;Mrs. Irvin 1 ' Gindein;:? JM*s. - ' cetepn;- Mrs'. Shenrian- EggliStf-aid laughter .Consta'nce/' MrsJ"-'Julia Safltson, : all of Story City aiid; Mrs. jfcirvey ' Lura and daughter!' " tolarid.""'.- -.• • ;• • " Bureau The; members:"; of,'the Tuesday club enjoyed V picnic supper s Tu>s- day- evening -• in -the' Amos Cole timber:; Twehty-six.'participated in the' affair: and" guests, we're: • Mrs". John Lee and Patricia Ann of Coin- bridge, Mrs, .Dora Fisher,-Adies: The interesting program for the afternoon " in charge' of" Mrs. Leon "Carpenter and Mrs. Harry Sawtell. ' • /;' ."•'•''..'- - '\---V : The next .mjeeting; r Sept. 12 win be held in the home. of Mrs,- Lizzie Crawford.-. • ..^.-V: '-." 4«n*on-Tork«l»oo , Reunion'-It Held . . The fifth: annual' reunion=of the Hanson- 'TorkeUbn. families wa? held, in the .Story City park- Sunday: The bounteous picnic dinner w* served cafeteria, style, at-noon-and ,- contests, and business meet- occupied the afternoon-, hours: Officers elected 'for-the coming year are O.~K> Helvig, Story City, president; C. E. Hanson,-Roland: vice-president, Pearl Kaness, Boohe secretary.-- ...... The reunion in 1934 will be-held in- Erickson park in Roland. -• • At the Hospitals I Mary Greeley ., ...... Admitted—M. W. McGuire, £il- bert. v Dismissed—Mrs. Howard ..., .Gore and baby. ... Gorman Reilly Raine's Saturday Svening Post tales of the feminine ugboat skipper, comes to the Captol four 'days starting Sunday. Beery and Miss Dressier, >of course, battle and make up and [lean countless laughs. Frankte Jarro is" clever as the son before le grows up into Young; Maureen O Sullivan makes a beautiful weetheart for the young captain, "j 1 clever character work is pro. Ided by Wlllard Robortson, Turn- ! """•»• » !.« eft aklll that has Five Star Final," " nd other recent Mts. Ponnlck and Mervyn Le Roy dt- marked his Happy . ; . •- HwrU Club ; en .members' of - the Happy Hearts 4-H • clttbiheld a most toter- sttnyySufttii^ at the- ItrrK^Bliss ome- on North Russell averiue Pednesday" kftemoon. 3 Nin.e mbth- el* were^special guests of the club. f /HWen". Kingsbury,. vfce • chairman was in chargejof;the business ^session- -and plans '{were';-' fonnuiated tor the' achievement show - -far'' be held August : 21"4o- 23 •-at^Nevada. Asaumbfer of articles <which : will be «xhlbited>t the show were on display Wednesday : atv the meeting; ' Kingshary' gave a demon- stration-onvplUow '. tope ~ displaying' lovely ones. Riley^gAve a. demonstration of rhooked ^rugs ,' also displaying sevtrti. ^ -, •• .-. • .. ... - f- ."-^*ft eshments were, served and the group: left for- Home • econom- ica-buildinr at the college -where Miss ^Kinson -gave an 1 - interesting demonstration: ahd 'talk- on white rats*. . * ..•--•..•( . - ;•- , •••>.•.' ';- The -next meeting* will be at the home, of 'Dorothy Thompson with Agatha* and Bdna. 'Kingsbury: as -assisting hostesses. The meetlflg' date has been. changed -fromAu- August 16. ' PLANNING BIO CBLEBRATION . (Continued from Page One) ship teams among whom much rivalry exists will be a part of other snorts arranged, for the day. 'Theatricals, specialty dancing and. singing and other entertaining . features are planned as a part of the evening's program. . .- enterprises will have exhibits, on the grounds and there are "to 1 "be- a number of concessions. A .,,?erris wheel, merry-go-round midget cars will be in evidence and 'a number of shows are being booked. Amplifiers will be installed to carry .the speaking, . the baseball game r.ews and other features to different parts of the grounds. Th* entire program will be presented in the one location. The Veteran's Memorial park 'is located on highway 15. No cars are 'to te allowed in the park proper but adequate ' parking facilities am available nearby. An evening dance is to be pre- setHtd on the poat's bownry floor at the worth aid* of the park, on 35. and uncial mnslc for that feature. the company union clause in the •t«el code. It had been planned that the code -with this objectloaal lection would . b*' officially presented at the opening of the hearing, that Johnfon would .object to this section and that the steel official* would publicly withdraw it But Miss Perkins, preparing her advance'statement to be made at the steel hearing, congratulated the steel men on having agreed to withdraw the company union *tc- tion. Though .no intimation of this . was published- in advance, everyone around the department of commerce building knew what.had been planned. The act was carried out as planned anyway. Johnson and his staff. amaze Washington by 'the hourc they work under high pressure: Johnson moves from one meeting to another. He hops into airplanes for spectacular dashes -to Detroit to bring bacfc the automobile cod*, to Pennsylvania to -deal with the coal strike and to Hyde park to dramatize the general strike truce! Johnson has his eye on his main goal—to get reemployment and buying started as quickly as possible. Incidental difficulties are recognized. But he answers the over-critical with the observation that some eggs are bound to* be broken in making this omelette. Three new cases were filed the Ames municipal court during the past week.'as follows: Erma Lobaugh, Nev«da, vs. Thor and Bertha TungeBvick, Roland, for 1390.78 on a note.' Miss Lobaugh states in her petition that Mr. Tungesvick i» her stepfather, and that she loaned her mother and stepfather the amount of the note, which represented her share in her own father's estate. She claims the note is overdue, and asks judgment. Tilden Grocery company vs. John C. Galloway, $59.45 said to be due as the balance on a note, dated November 10, 1927. . • . Medrick-Barrows company. Columbus, Ohio, vs. C R. Quade and the Quade studio, for $171.90 on a merchandise account. The Mutual Benefit Health and Accident association of Omaha has filed a motion asking more specific statement as to details of injuries and other disability'for which Otis Matthews of Ames is peeking to Teco'ver $800 from the insurance company, on a health and accident Trolley. Wilbur and Blanche Gerlach have tiled an answer to the suit brot against them by Bert B. Welty of Nevada, seeking to collect $126.45 on a note secured by a chattel mortgage on 60 fall pigs, stating part of a settlement 'in a case in the district court, and that the money is awaiting the plaintiff .at the district court, upon his surrender of the note and. mortgage. Three Hurt a* Cars Crash on Lincolnway Jack Linder, baseball player on the American Legion juniors team in 1932; F. H. Rockwell. 221. Stanton avenue, and A. E. Southerland of Madrid, were injured in an automobile collision on Lincoln way near Lynn avenue, about 5 p. m., Friday. According to. the report made to police, t£e Southerland automobile had stopped suddenly In traffic. and the car driven by Rockwell crashed Into it from the rear. Both autos were badly damaged. Injuries suffered by the three were not serious, however. Linder was riding with Rockwell. Kdley 4-H Tour Will Be Held Tuesday P.M. A 4-H club tour will be held at Kelley Tuesday, beginning at 12:15 p. m. at the farm home of Arnold Skroinme. it is announced by County Agent H. J. Montgomery. Fourteen homes will be visited, the tour hieing completed at the Kelley high school where kittenball and other games will be played until 5 o'clock.. A picnic supper will be served after that hour at the 900 room of »oW comfottl You'd «oVm> tite beautiful.eUEngfeh fumidu'ngs where the ncwttt con- vtmtneiK of an vhra modem fotel •r» eombmed to give you ptmurt :mo«ti Moompariffs $3to$4^0. 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