Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 15, 1933 · Page 6
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 6

Ames, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 15, 1933
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BfcTTM m AMEf'• AMK8 DAILY TEIBUHB THIM. AMUS. IOWA. TUESDAY. AUGUST 15. 1833 PAOB Spells-Graves , Marriage Announced Announcement. is, made of the marriage of Misj; .Doris Lorene Spelrs of Cauwroa, 'Wls., and A. J. Graves of Amen which took place July 22. The ceremony was performed by the Kev. R. B. Davidson at the'Roger Williams house in the presence of Miss Eleanor Danatt and Louis Judisch, both of Ames. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Speirs of Cameron, Wls. She was graduated from the Industrial science division at Iowa State college and affiliated with the Gamma Phj Beta sorority. The the son of Mrs. Anna Graves. 709 Douglas avenue. He was graduated from 4 Ames high school and Iowa State college. While in college he affiliated with the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. He is employed in the fourth ward fire station. The couple will reside in Ames. D, U. V. To Hold Open Meeting The Daughters of'Union Veterans will hold a mixer following the open meeting in the I. O. 0. F. hall Tuesday evening at. 7:30. There will be an interesting program and refreshments will be served. All members are expected to attend and guests are welcome. All past members and those eligible to membership in the organization are cordially invited. Regular Meeting Iowa Council Wed. . Iowa Council No. 24 Degree of Pocahontas will meet in "regular session Wednesday evening at S o'clock at the home of Mrs. Myra Queal, 902 Burnett avenue. P. L. E. and F. Society Picnic Members of the P, L. £. and F. society of the Pythian Sisters and their families will told a picnic supper, in the city park Wednesday evening at €:30. Each family is asked to bring a covered dish, sandwiches and table service. Regular Meeting Royal Neighbor Lodge Ames camp No. 4071 Royal Neigh bors of America will meet in regular session Wednesday evening at is o'clock in the I. O. 0. F. hall. V. F. W. Aux. Meeting Wed. ! The Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary will meet Wednesday afternoon- at the home of Mrs. Jess Stoneburner on Clark avenue. All members are urged to be present as several cau'didates will be initiated at this CALENDAR Tueiday D. U. V. Col). M. E. Picnic. Wednesday Jr. Maccabee Picnic. * Knights' Templar. West Ames W. C. T-. U. R. N. A. 4071. P. L. E. &"F. Picnic. la. Council No. 24. V. F. W. Auxiliary. Lone Star Club. N. A. L. C. Aux. Picnic. Friday Yours & Mine Club. Art Club. in the Brookside park. The Meeting will be held at 3 o'clock and the picnic suppei will be served later. Members and families are invited. Each family is asked to brifag a covered dish, sandwiches, and table service. Nevada Society News and Entertains Liberty Club The Liberty club members were entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Helen Richardson with Mrs. Leila Toot as hostess. Twelve mebers and several guests were present. Games and contests were the diversions of the afternoon and delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Guests were, Mrs. A. A. Quins- land, Mrs. Post, Miss Eva Jensen and Miss Ruth Barcus. •• *, •» Social Meeting Kumjoynus Class The monthly social meeting of the Kumjoyrus class of the Church of Christ will be held Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the church. If the weather permits, a swimming party will be featured. Art Club to •'•' • , Meet Trtdif^^f' v ^ ;: y :•'*• - The Art club^ will, meet Friday afternooil at 2:30 at Jfiie country home Of Mrs. of Ames.. Alvin Banks east To Entertain Lone Star Club Mrs. J. L. Osborn will be hostess to members of the Lone Star Quilt club Wednesday ^afternoon at 2 -o'clock 'at, her? home. Lincoln way. ^ -*- •••••• ' ' " ' 3202 N, A. L. C. Aux Picnic Meeting The members of National Association of Letter -Carriers auxiliary will entertain their husbands and families at a gicnic supper Wednesday evening "at Brookside park. Hanson Families in Annual Reunion .. - .The annual Hanson reunion was held at the Roy and John Montgomery homes on the. Merle Hay road in Des Moines Sunday with 55 members from Grime*, State Center, Mingo, Colfax. • Nevada, Collins and Ames in attendance. The basket dinner was served at noon and the afternoon hours were spent informally. Officers for tht coming year elected at this time are: Mrs. Huldah Fawcett, '"Nevada.; president: Amos Hanson. Collins, vice-president; Hans Hanson, Collins, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. S. S. Hanson, Nevada, historian^ * <* v Stated Meeting Knights Templar Ascension Commandery No. 69; Knights Templar Will hold a stated meeting Wednesuay evening in the Masonic temple. W. C. T. U. To I Hold Picnic Meeting The West Ames W. C. T. U. will hold a picnic meeting Wednesday Dr. W. H. Hi-nsell of Ottumwa spent the week end as a guest of his daughter, Miss Hortense Hansell. Dr. Hansell was a resident of the community at one time. Miss Bea Matus had as her guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Cessford and Miss Gail Koach of,Cedar Rapids. *•' ••• • . , ,-. Guests during the week end in the p. K. Mathison home included, Mr. and Mrs. Max Langley and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rogers of Windom, Minn. Miss Anna Welty arrived early Sunday morning after an absence of several months during which she was employed in Oswego N. Y. En route to Nevada she stopped in Chicago to attend the world's fair and made a visit with friends at Cecar Rapids and Mt. Vernon. The Rev, James Cassidy of Chicago arrived Saturday evening to take charge of the Nevada and Colo Catholic churches until a definite appointment to succeed the laj,e Rev. M. . Nicholls has been made by Arch-hish.op. Beckman of Dubuque. The Rev. Mr. Cassidy was ordained in Dubuque last June. He" ; is a graduate of Columbia college and also studied in Washington D, C. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Francis and famDy of Lincoln Nebr., were recent guest in the H. W. Swain home. They were en route to northern • Minnesota for a vacation outing. Mr. and Mrs. James Gamble went to Iowa City Sunday to spend some* time with Mr. Gamble's mother, Mrs. Charles Gamble who is recovering from a recent operation performed at the University hospital. County Society •«-' New* Dickinson-Luing Marriage Announced Announcement Is made of the marriage of Miss Wyoette Dickinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dickinson of Colo and Lowell Luing. son of Mr, and Mrs. W. G. Lulng of Collins which took place Thursday, Aug. 10 in Des Moines. The couple was accompanied to Des Moines by Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Luing of Collins. Judge F. S. Shankland read the service, •Mrs. Lulng was graduated (rom the Nevada high school in the class of 1933. Mr. Luing was graduated from the Collins high school in 193U The couple will b'e at home in ColHns after Sept. 1. ' " 4> * *' Courtesy For ' Recent Bride A surprise party was successfully planned and carried out Friday afternoon as nuptial courtesy for Mrs. Everett Jonnson.'of Zearing. . ( The party waif'^eld at the'home'of the bride's ''^mother, Mrs:' R. 3. Pulley 'and. hioslesses were Sfiss Habel Irvine atiid r Mrs. Elmo Jphhson. 1 *'' . '' A (f sbower of miscellaneous gifts was-presented to ttie honoree and games arid contest^' 1 were 'enjoyed Mob Sacks Presidential Palace in Havana Above P h °t° made August 12- at the presidential palace shows partly wrecked building and furniture „„„ _____ _______ „„,„„ during the party Hours. Refresh- and other debris completely covering street. The mob roamed the streets searching for members ments were served by the hostesses 1 ot the " La P°rra," secret police or Machado, Are Wed At Garner On Thursday, Aug. "10 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Han sen at Garner occurred the marriage of Miss Thelma Evans of Collins to Milton Hale also of Collins. The ceremony "was performed at 2 o'clock w-ith the Rev. Ernest Hoon, pastor of the Methodist church officiating. The bride was attired in a frock of rose crepe with matching accessories and carried an arm bouquet of roses. . Following the ceremony a wedding* dinnsr was served.- The couple left .at once for a honeymoon trip thru the northwestern part of the state and upon their return will be at home on the Hale farm three miles northeast of Collins. The, bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Evans of Collins. She wae graduated from the high school at that place. The groom is the,£on,of Mrs. Jessie Hale of near Collins. He was bprn and raised 3 in , Oie Rhodes conimunjty and attended high school there. For the past three . years he has been farming his mother's place near. Collins. lowers of the- deposed president. and wrecking homes and buildings belonging to fol- Newspaper Office Owned by Machado Wrecked by Mob Ladies Aid Gives Musical . Program Approximately 35 members the Ladies aid of the Federated churches in State Center and guests enjoyed a delightful meeting in the Presbyterian church parlors Thursday afternoon. A musical program of special interest featuring Margaret Woods. soprano; Wayne Richards, piano- ist and Dan Woods, violinist was enjoyed. The program numbers were: "Verdi Prati" (Handel), "Evening and Morning," (Spicker), Margaret W T oods; "Andante Symphonic Es- pagnole." (Lalo), "Chanson Arabe," (Rimsky-Korsakow-Kreisler), Dan Woods; "Italian Concerto," firs; movement, (Bach), Tango. (Al- beniz) Wayne 'Richards; ""Nocturne" (Curr'an), "At Parting," (Rogers) "The Year's at the Spring" (Mrs. H .H. A. Beach) -Margaret Woods. Sponsors of the program were, Mesdames C. C. Miller, L. C. Hilleman, E. S. Pitman, Carl Foote, Earl Roberts, Theodore Latch, H. M. Meads and H. L. Sunderlin. had street in front of the Havana De Cuba, the. Machado owned Havana newspaper after the mob sacked it, is shown in above photo, with smoke still rising and men tearing furniture apart. Place "For Rent" Sign on Machado Palace Zion Apostle Fights Voliva First call for a cooling breakfast I At the Hospitals J Mary Greeley Admitted—Carroll Green, Mary Aljean Snyder, Mrs. Richard Day. IRTHS TQ Mr. and Mrs. Richard Day, a son, August 14 at the Mary Greeley hospital. Apostle tiny K. Kcnl, above, is at onts with Wilbur Glenn Voliva, head of (lift movement centering at 111., and Is froquonily Honed as Vollvn's siir Noal If, pron"liins In ciii<v;r in defiance of Voliva s orders Zion, men- Stone City Art Colony Open to Public Aug. 20 STONE CITY — The Stone City Art - colony will close its second successful season with a public celebration on Sunday,, Aug. 20. The high light of the program will be an auction of paintings made at the colony during the last eight weeks. The program for the day will include music by the Anamosa Reformatory band, a chalk talk and specialities by a group of .entertainers. The entire colony will be open for inspection and artists will demonstrate' their work. Grant Wood, famous Iowa painter, will head the reception committee, aided by instructors from various universities and colleges. The mayors of neighborhood communities have been invited. "The attendance on Sunday will in a measure demonstrate the public's appreciation of our effort, in endeavoring to establish an art center in the middle west and we expect a record crowd," said Wood "We nre convinced that we grow bigger add stronger each year. It has been a trying struggle, but we feel we have overcome the greatest, of the obstacles." The colony will be open for inspection from noon until dusk. The musical program will begin at 3 p. m. Cubans with sign that they placed over doorway of presidential palace after Machado had been deposed, reading "For Rent." This was the sign that merchants have been using during the week of general strike on their shop windows. American Envoy Greets Ne\v Cuban Pres. fngincrr figures out thai. SO,flOO,000 H;orri.t nrr .ipokfn on the sounit stages of fvery year. Huh! Thai of technicians ihit thirties isn't a strike,. Ifs n lt.9t! Ambassador Suninor Welles (left) Minking bunds «Kh 'Or. Carlos De f>spf>des who bn c - Iwn mndo Mirn\". : -ov of (Jcrnvlo Mac.hndo n* president of Culm, nfior revolt of A«£it«! 12 in Havana. Legion Plans o Celebration on Armistice Day Ames post, American Legion,' approved tentative plans Monday night for a major celebration of Armistice day here. Saturday, November 11, and a committee of eight was named by Post Commander E. A. Thomas to start work on the project. The committee includes Prof. W. E. Galligan, chairman, Karl B. Clark, John E. Hi land, C. O. Powers, Richard Holts, Torn Geata- ganas, F. H. Corliss and Wilkie L. Harper. LegionaJres gathered at the post meeting, held in, the Junior Chamber of Commerce rooms in the Slieldon-Mtmn hotel, listened to re- jorts of trie recent state Legion. convention in Duouque by C. O. Powers, Tom Geataganas and Commander Thomas. The feature of the convention so far as the Ames post is concerned, was the election of Mr. Harper as sixth district commander, in the absence of the candidate. Ames post has pledged its support back of the new district commander in his work during the coming year. There are a large number of posts in the district. The James F. Barton trophy cup which Ames and Ottumwa w!3! divide in its use during the year, is here and was on display's at. the post meeting. These two posts tied for first place in th- membership campaign for cities from 10.000 to 50.000 population. After two months the fropliy will go to Ot- tunnva for two months. Child Welfare Work Is Major Task of Legion DBS MOINES—Over $22,000 has been expended by the American Legion auxiliary of Iowa in child w.elfare work during the past year, according to the report of Mrs. Guy Hall of Dallas Center, state child welfare chairmaan. This expenditure cdvered health and medical aid, food, clothes, rent, fuel, recreataional and health camps and educational aid, and was extended t . 5147 children in 2077 families. Money for the purpose was raised largely by local units, whose annual sale of poppies is one of the principal sources of welfare funds. Where necessary, financial assistance was granted from the state and national funds of the organization. Other service provided by Iowa American Legion auxiliary units is cited In the rehabilitation report showing aid given 1292 handicapped Iowa World war veterans at a cost of $5179, together with a contribution of $2025 to the rehabilitation fund of the national, organization. """ The community service report, prepared by Mrs. Minnie Dubbert of Cedar Falls, state community service chairman and past president, covers a wide variety of projects carried on by individual groups as a contribution to their to- cal communities. Outstanding are a program -if immunization for school children at Creston. establishment of public libraries at Coin and Derby, community garden projects at Mount Pleasant an J Sutherland, and hcjt lunches for needy school children at Cedar Rapids and Hawarden. Many units report taking over the complete management of local Rea Cross sewing rojnis, numerous others citing organization and sponsorship of Girl Scout and. Camp_ Fire groups, while practically all of the group tell of active participation in local plans for unemployment relief. Reports of these and 16 other" committees, together with those of the 14 officers of the Iowa auxiliary have been received by the department secretary. Mrs. M. Myrton Skelley of Des Moines, to be prepared for distribution at the annual department convention of the auxiliary at Sioux City, Aug. 22 to 24. De Lofto Troupe Will Entertain at Mmrthalltown The De Lofto troupe under th« direction of C. E. D»ubert will go to Marshalitown Wednesday t* appear on the annual Pep day i»ro- gram which is being sponMMjl by the Junior Chamber of there. The troupe y<Mt the Pep day progrioj The girls will give two per ances during the day. At 9:30 -a. m. they will appear in an entertainment in front of the court hojM* and at 8 p. m. at Riverside park. The troupe appeared on the com. munity day program at Erlckson park in Roland last Friday. XX "O 1 ' With many savings banks OT- fering only 3 per cent, lots of men are putting their money in . oeer these days in order to get fl? 3.3 per cent."'^ ill? FOR TIRED WIVES Take Lydia E. Pinkham's > s Vegetable Compound;,, Wire* Set tired during the** faftfO lines. 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Pet Milk Co. reports first half net profit of $373,796 against net loss of $119,848 in tike 1932 period, St. Louis-San Francisco railway recalls 150 maintenance employs. Paris dispatch reveals Afarlent Dietrich has now substituted red trousers for Mack ones. Just ;t» % e a, lot of business men—out of the black and into the red. INTERSTATE TRANSIT LINES Dept. W10. Omaha. Nebraska Gtnttemen: Please send me, without obligation, your new, brilliantly travel folder "Scenic America." Name Addms : J BUS DEPOT SHELDON-MUNN HOTEL Phone: 1900 ^ D OiMESTRICKS are the little tricks a smart home maker utilizes to make her home more attractive —more comfortabl tnore liveable — at very low cost, Gsrmanic Villages Found DORTMUND. Germany <l!Ei— Archaeologists uncovered recently near herp three large Germanic villages rtatinsr from the first centuries afUr Christ. Many of thf relics recovered are estimated as more tlian l.:">00 years old. 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