Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 16, 1933 · Page 5
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Ames, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 16, 1933
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"MY BWTMt Of AMM»t AMU DAILY Ttainrg tmm AMM. IOWA. wgpirigDAY. AUOW 1$, : Society :- ;• Bloomfngton 4 School Reunion i A very enjoyable time was had Sunday, August 13, by old friends and schoolmates, at the third annual reunion .of the Bloomington school. There were approximately 150 in attendance. The picnic dinner was served at noon after which a short program and business meeting was held. Officers elected for the 1934 year w «re: President, Roy Taylor; vice-president, Mrs, Hattie; Dodds; secretary and treasurer, Audrey Taylor; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Nina McKinley. The program consisted of several old-time violin pieces played by Seymore Coe, Charlie Read and Fay Taylor. A tap dance was given by Karma Kirby. Seymore Coe and Florence B. Lincoln told of early experiences at Bloomiogton and Mrs. Florence Patten read "Out. To Old Aunt Mary's." Guyolo' and Jim Buck played two 'duet numbers, "Auld Lang Syne" and "God Be With You" and the crowd joined In singing these numbers. The program concluded with a short prayer by Roy Taylor. Among the persons attending the picnic were, Mrs. Flo Hanum County Society CALENDAR 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. Thursday Christian AW. Lutheran Aid. Friday t Yours & Mine Club. Art Club. G. A. R. Soldiers Day. Patten, who taught in the school in 18S3, Mrs. Flo Cramblitt Lin- coin who taught 36 years ago and Mrs. Dodds, mother of Mrs. Robert Clark, who attended the school 77 yes£rs ago. Death took from the circle during the past year. John H. Williams, a beloved friend and neighbor. Old schoolmates and friends are looking forward to another reunion next year on the second Sunday in August. ^ <8> S> Bu»ine«» Women To Hold Play Day The third annual Iowa Play day for members of the Business and •Professional Women's clubs will be held Sunday, August 20, in Ames, the local club being host. The luncheon will be served at 1:30 and speakers are Mrs. Goldie Worth, of Centerrille, state president and Dr. Bernlce D. Conly, of Council Bluffs, state health chairman who is also general chairman of the affair. The afternoon wiH be spent in swimming, tennis, .golf and other sports. , , ' <3> ^ « Celebrate* Birthday Monday Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smith entertained at a delightful dinner party Monday evening at their home on Hodge avenue in honor of the ^ighteentb. birthday of their son Claude, jr. Tbe three course dinner was served at 6:30. the pastel shades being, used in the tiohs and. appointments! A d^cor- ated birthday cake with lighted candles was th.e centerpiece. The later evening- ^was spent in working jig-saw puzzles and in. dancing. The 'guests were: Mary Janet McDonald, Neva Yates, Nadine.. Hanson^ Mildred Johnson, Zac Dun- Hopkins McDonald and Miss Ella Hopkins, both of Seattle Wash. The luncheon tables were centered with'garden flowers in shades of lavender, pink and blue, and the home was filled with blos- lap. jr., Browa. Eben Slater and Frank Entertain At Luncheon Courtesy The Misses Ruth Cessna, Ruth Dyer and Blanche Hopkins entertained a group of their Phi Beta Pi sorority classmates and intimate friends Monday at a luncheon at the Cessna home 4n Nevada, as a courtesy for Mrs. Francis soms from the Cessna gardens. Those enjoying the affair were: Mrs. Seaman Knapp, Mrs. Florence Willey Nichols, Mrs. Earl B. Bush and Mrs. C. M. Morgan of Ames, Mrs. Austin Dowell of Crookston Minn., I'ES. Arthur H. Pickford and Mrs. Carl Stewart of Des Moines, Mrs. Maude Cooper, Boone Mrs. Franklin Wilder, Fort Dodge. Aldene Kinsella And Lee Taylor Are Wed Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Kinsella announce the marriage of their daughter Aldene to Lee Taylor of Fort Dodge. The service was performed Saturday evening, August 12, r.t the St Cecilia rectory with the Rev. Bernard White officiating. The bride was attractively attired in a navy blue crepe ensemble trimmed with tan and her accessories were blue. The couple was attended by Miss Bertha Kutter and Lyle Kinsella, brother of the bride. Following the ceremony a dinner was served at tbe Kinsella home. Mrs. Taylor was graduated from the high school at Madelia, Minn., with the class of 1928. She is also a graduate of the Templeton business school of this city and is now employed as a bookkeeper in the United Food stpre. Mr. Taylor is manager of the Strand theater in' Fort Dodge. To Entertain W. R. C. Wed. The Women's. Relief corpn will be entertained' Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Amanda Robertson. Christian Aid Meeting at Church : The Christian church Ladies aid No. 1 will meet in the church Thursday for quilting. Group No. 1 will serve. Hold Surprise Birthday Party Llont Club Hold* Meeting The semi-monthly meeting of the Lions International of State Center Monday evening, at the Englwood tearoom here proved a very interesting, affair to be enjoyed by nearly the entire membership and one guest. Dr. A. L. Shearer was the program chairman for the evening and introduced James A. Meade of Chicago, as the guestspeaker, and he gave a graphic explanation of the various conditions now and for some time existing in the world's fair city. Mr. Meade, who has been spending a brief vacation with Dr. A. D. Woods, former president of the local clubs, for the past 20 years has been actively identified with the Chicago Association of Men Teachers and served as its president for several terms. His knowledge of affairs in the city by reason of these connections is quite conclusive and he was able thereby to describe them with some de- mer when he was here on a similar mission Mr. Meade told the club members some intimate things about the financial siuation in Chicago. W. F. Brimhall was the sole guest for the 7:30 dinner and su- sequent preceedings. F. B- Gilbert, the president, presided. <g> <& <& Baldut Family Hold* Reunion The seventh annual reunion of the Baldus family was an interesting affair of Sunday at the Story City park. The basket dinner was served at noon and an informal program given, during the afternoon hours. Deaths reported in the family during the past year were, Walter Swan. Ward Corbitt and Mrs. Fred Wirth. The 1934 reunion will be held the second Sunday in August in the Story City park. SPECIALS! Mrs. Fred Howard was pleasantly surprised Monday evening at her home on" Storm street when a group of friends came to help her celebrate her birthday. The party was given by Mesdames Charles Sorenson, Henry Lindquist, Glen Netcott, John Taylor and Randall Holland! Bridge was the diversion of the evening. High score prize for the women was awarded to Mrs. Net- cott and Mr. Netcott for the men. Delightful refreshments were at the conclusion of the <§><$>•€> served games. AISLE TABLE NO. 1 * Cannon Bath Towels Double thread, thick and fluffy, very absorbent. Plain white with pastel borders, large size. 4 ^r $1.00 WASH CLOTHS TO MATCH IOC ea. AISLE TABLE NO. 2 Stainproof Tablecloths A tablecloth that will stand all kinds of abuse rt *£ washable and will not fade A flannel b *ck Protects the table top and acts as * silence cloth. The colors are green, yellow, blue white. 54x54 inches. $1.00 —Main floon— and Lutheran Aid Meeting Thur»day .The Ladies" aid of the Lutheran church will meet in the church parlors Thursday afternoon at 2:30. Hostesses are . Mesdames M. T. Hartman, Sidney Miller , A. Mi Swanson, R. W. Bengston, Oscar Lekness. Mrs. C. M. Paulson will lead the devotionals and Mrs. John Sjurson is in charge of the topic, "The Missing Man, Thomas." Miss Elsie Seimers will sing. <•> <8> <£ G. A. R. County Reunion Friday The Grand- Army of the -Republic, Soldiers day county reunion will be held ia the First Methodist church in Ames Friday, Aug. IS. The affair is being sponsored by the Daughers of Union Veterans and the Women's Relief corps; The basket dinner will be served at noon and each family is asked to bring covered dish, sandwiches and table service. AH members of patriotic orders and their families, and anyone who wishes to attend' are extended a cordial invitation. A good attendance is desired. <$• <S> <S> Enjoy Reunion Sunday A delightful family reunion was held Sunday in Brookside park with the following participating: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dodds and Patricia of Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cordes of Kamrar, Mr, and Mrs. Lester Billings of Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. Forbes and Joan of Rinard, the Rev. and Mrs. D. H. Middents and John of South Bend, Ind. Gilbert Community Picnic Saturday The annual Gilbert Community picnic will be held Saturday, Aug. 19 at Hntchinson pond, three miles west of Gilbert. C. E, Lookingblll, of Nevada will.give an.address at 1 o'clock. The later afternoon will be spent in sports and music. Everyone is Invited to attend, to bring a basket dinner which will be served at noon. Is Honored On Birthday A very lovely party was given Sunday at the Jacob S. Jacobson home at Gilbert in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Ole H. Jacobson of Chicago who is visiting relatives in the community. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jacobson and family, Ole 0. Jacobsoa and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence. Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobson. and Marilyn, Mrs Overton Nelson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Hougland and baby, Gerhard Jacobson, Mrs. Ollie Briley and Betty of Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Jacobson and Leonard of Ames, Mrs. Jondall and son and Mrs. Barnes of Story. City, Mrs. Selmer Sorenson and baby o£ Frost, Minn. Notice To .,..,, Missionary Members The Missionary society of the Congregational church of Gilbert will fill a box for the orphan's home in Council Bluffs at the next meeting Tuesday, Sept ll All clothing that can be used at the home will be gratefully accepted by the society. -. Attend Family Reunion Sunday The Raymond, Charles and Pleas Fincham families of Gilbert, Mrs. Ben Fincham of Ames, Mrs. Ambrose, Ruth and Louis • of Bloomington, 111., were in Colo JEWELL IS READY JDR CaEBRATION Gala Day Program Is Announced JEWELL ~ At a meeting of the local post of tbe American Legion held Monday evening in the post's club rooms, reports were presented by the respective committees for the coming American Legion gala day, scheduled for Thursday. Aug 17, and the Leglonalres voted to hold a special meeting next Monday evening, Aug. 21, to receive reports following the celebration. It was reported Monday evening that the state highway commission will place necessary "no parking' signs on highway No. 15 adjacent to tbe park to avoid danger of traffic accidents and that the town will have additional traffic police in the business district to assist the motorists in the anticipated heavy traffic. The program for tbe day "was reported as follows: Forenoon — Horseshoe tournament at the court, starting early in the morning; kittenball, beginning at 10 o'clock at the ball grounds; music by Jewell municipal juvenile band. Afternoon — Music by Jewell band at 1 o'clock; welcome by Mayor Slater; introduction of speaker by Commander Jacobson; address by Congressman Fred C. Gilchrist at 1:30;, baseball game and tug of war, the baseball' game at 3 o'clock, the tug of war following; music by the Jewell band at the ball grounds. Evening—Music by the Hamilton county 4-H club band at 7 o'clock at the speakers' stand, followed by a specialty act company at 7:30. Address by Dan W. Turner, former governor, at 8 o'clock. Specialty entertainment following the address and a full concert by the 4-H club band. Beginning at 7:30, three kittenball games. Dance at the post's platform. Two State Center Banks Have Enough Signers to Reopen STATE CENTER—Both of the banks here, the First Savings and the Central State, report they have more than enough signers'to their depositors' agreements to meet the requirements and are only awaiting a final check by the state banking department to release their funds under the waiver plan. In both cases, agreements has ST. PAUL 1 T J>>—A test of tbe Lindbergh antl-kldnaplng law's effectiveness in reaching Urge-scale distributors of marked money was in prospect Tuesday as four Minneapolis men were held under $50*000 bond each on charges of conspiracy to violate the statute. Three of them, Charles Wolk, transfer company head; Sam J. Kronick, head of a barber supply and cosmetics company, and William Elson, had been held without charge since marked bills from the ransom paid for Charles F. Urschel, Oklahoma City millionaire, appeared In the twin cities. The fourth, Sam Kozberg, official of a wholesale and manufacturing drug concern» was arrested Monday. Werner Hanni, northwest chief of the federal bureau of investigation, obtained warrants on the basis of a conspiracy complaint Hied in Oklahoma City.' Distributors of ransom money can be prosecuted if it is shown they had guilty knowledge of its origin he said. TOPEKA, Kan.'(KB)—A warrant was issued here late. Monday for the arrest of State Treasurer Tom Boyd as an outgrowth of the revelations that more than $1,000,000 of forged securities had been turned oose on the investing public or deposited with the state as guarantees for public deposits in Kansas banks. Boyd wag charged with removal of bonds from the vaults in his office. Boyd is the third person to be charged in connection with Y the scandal. Roland Flnney, young Emporia financier, and Leland Caldwell, his office manager here, were he others accused. • return of. the been voluntary and there are only a few depositors with accounts over $500 that have not cooperated. The two banks have been operating under Senate File 111 since March 4. The First Savings is an affiliate of the' First National, which was released several months ago, and eventually will be taken over by the parent bank. . Nevada Society News and Person.*!* TWO KIDNAPERS ELUDE POLICE (Continued from Page One.) money. He and the kidnapers .greed on $50,000. Barber notified Purvis of the new lemand. Purvis called In special. .gents and picked police squads o trap the men. The abductors directed that the money be brot to an intersection near Western Springs, a suburb of Chicago. Patrolman Frank McKenna, with a slim, boyish figure, donned a messenger boy's uniform. He rode to the designated spot to deliver the money in a, taxi cab which Sergeant .John Meyers, of the Scotland Yard detail, was driving. Meyers was armed with a machine gun. Labor, Veterans, Farmers to Have Picnic August 20 . JEWELL—An "all veterans, al organized labor, all farmers picnic is, to be held in Riverview park Des Moines, Sunday, August 20 according to announcement mad by Merlin'E. Williams of Jewel service officer of the V. F. W. pos at Webster City. The department of Iowa, Veter ans of Foreign wars, at its encamp ment at Fort Dodge, June 29 and 30 and July 1, voted to sponso such a picnic. The picnic will be for all veter ans, all members of labor organ izations and all Tanners of Iowa together with their respective fam Hies. Admission to park fo veterans will r be the presentation of their respective discharges o: membership cards of any patriotii organization. Admission to park for labor or farm guests will be ly showing their respective member ship cards. Posts are invited to bring drum corps or drill teams. * A picnic, dinner will be enjoyed at noon. Each family is to bring its own basket dinner, and coffee is to be served free. . The, V. F. W.. posts are inviting the American Legion, the United Spanish War Veterans, the G. A. R. the Disabled American Veterans or the World War and members of any. other patriotic organization to attend. Mrs. Gifford Pinchot, wife of the Pennsylvania governor; Milo Reno, national president of the Farmers Holiday association; M. B. And el- finger of Dubuque, department commander of. the Iowa V. F. W.; arid N. G. Kraschel, lieutenant governor of Iowa, will be the speakers of the day. * Sunday where family reunion. they attended a At the Hospitals Is Honored At Post Nuptial P«rtie« . .Mrs. Dorothy Day Allen was honored . at post: nuptial parties Monday afternoon and evening. The afternoon party was a surprise affair given by her sister, Mrs. Ed. Couser and guests were members of the Milford Social hour club. A shower of miscellaneous gifts .was presented to the honoree and delightful refreshments were served. Miss Lillian Peterson was hostess Monday evening at her home at a miscellaneous shower. The evening hours were spent infor Mary Greeley Admitted— Mrs. R. H. Smith, Agnes Starman. Dismissed— Carroll Green. BIRTHS To Mr. and.Mrs. R. H. Smith a daughter, August 15 at th'e Mary Greeley hospital. To Mr. and Mrs. Fred Richter, a son, August 9, at their home, 911 Clark avenue. The child has been named Frederick David. mally and refreshments were served. Tie guests were: Lucille Bieri- sen, State Center; Alice Platte, Bldora; Lucille . Bl^kemore Sills, Ames; Henrietta Donaldson, Vera Padleford, Vyola Wright, Jane Lough, Velma Post Olson, Beulah Haugsted McConnell, Helen £la- vets, Helen Johnson VanScoy, Iren-e, Wolf Ayers. Williams and Lois D. U. V. To Meet Tursday The regular meeting of the 1)1 'Dependable Since 1869' Bridge At Country Club Twenty-five women enjoyed the pot luck luncheon Tuesday which preceded the regular weekly bridge sanies at the Ames Golf and Country club. White elephants, brot by members, constituted the prizes. Mrs. W. H. Jameson was chairman of the hostess commiltee. Guests were Mrs. Newton Hake, Kansas City, and Mrs. R. S. Dillon of Detroit, Mich "He, tried to kiss me anrt I got and *hot him." reports an "llnon. girl. Man's on the spot ellher way these day*. Some girl? set mad If you don't try. NEW YORK, (U.E>— Pickfair, the home- TVhich Mary Pickford and her estrange,", husband, Douglas Fairbanks, built in Hollywood, no longer is for sale, the screen actress said Tuesday. The question of maintenance of the elaborate mansion had been credited as having caused the separation of the Hollywood couple. Miss Pickford's statement raised the possibili- • ty that a reconciliation had been effected. " When asked specifically if such a reconciliation was in sight, Miss Pickford begged reporters to refrain from questions about her domestic affairs. "All I can tell you," she said, "is that Pickfair was for sale once. It is for sale no longer." 1 • •- i i i ... ^-_ - ______________ Ame* Girls to Face Boone Wednesday The Ames girls kiUenbnll team will moot the Stanley Transfer Rirls (cam of Boons at. Carr's park diamond Wednesday night. Daughters of Union Veterans will be_held in .the I. O. O. F. hall. This is the first meeting since the summer vacation and a good attendance i s desired. Harold Rose, athletic coach in the Oskaloosa schools -left Saturday for Chicago where he will attend a coaching school at Northwestern university. Mr. Rose and wife have spent the summer at the home of Mrs. Rose's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Boiler visited Sunday with Mr. Boiler's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. W. R. Boiler. Tbe couple was en route to Chicago to attend the v/prld's fair. Elmore Reitz is recovering nicely from a recent major operation performed at the Iowa sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Newton baby of Anita returned to Nevada with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Newton and son Paul when they came Sunday after attending a family reunion at Staurt. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Addison and grandson James Carter are visiting relatives in Freeport 111. Mr. and Mrs. Leon W. Golden and Mrs. Golden's mother, Mrs. Charles Robinson are spending a at the world's fair in The rcRHlnr leaRiif! game be(wren tlm Slar Cnfp find thfl HlRh School loams has bwsn postponed. few daya Chicago. Mis? Esther Ruth Hilleman has returned to her home after a we«k in State Center with friends. Miss Margaret McNichols returned Monday evfnins from Chi cago where she had visited relatives and also attended tlie world's fair. J- II. Burroughs who has been at tho Iowa Methodist hospital in D*?s Moines for several months was brot to his home here Sunday by M,. and Mrs. A. L. Hale, Mr. Burroughs la recoverinK very nicely. Police squad? were sent to every Intersection surrounding the designated, spot Lieutenants Barry and McNaughton, armed .with a machine gun, took the army plane to the intersection and cruised overhead. As McKenna and Meyers approached a barbecue stand, they observed a small sedan following them. The officers stopped their, car and the other pulled: alongside. Meyers, according to previously arranged plans, stepped out and started polishing the hood of his car. This was a signal-to the plane that a dummy package was about to be turned over to the kidnapers. One of the kidnapers came from the other car and opened a door of the cab. "Have you got a package for Smith " he asked McKenna. "Here It is," McKenna replied. The gangster seized the package and ran back to his car, where liis companion was waiting. : Meyers waved his dust rag to the airplane, as a signal that the package had been surrendered. The plane Immediately dove sharply over the gangsters' car. This signaled waiting squad cars that the transfer had been made. Immediately: they covered- every surrounding intersection, ready: to halt all traffic. . The gangster car whirled and spent northward. Meyers and McKenna started in pursuit. A'second plane joined in the chase. •Seeing that the kidnapers would quickly outdistance the slower I taxlcab, McKenna fired a volley from his machine gun.. The plane bore down from above and sent a burst of shots at the fleeing gangsters. One of McKenna's bullets ripped the spare tire of the sedan, gangsters returned the fire without effect At 22nd street, the gangsters ran into a blockade of police. In an Instant they twisted, about and started retracing their steps, with squad cars in pursuit. The kidnapers arrived at another intersection before Meyers McKenna got there to head them off. They turned east, with a driven by Seargent Allman gaining rapidly. At a forest preserve on Mannheim road, the gangsters sud. denly turned into a dirt road, tire blew out on the rutty surface. They abandoned the car and disappeared into the woods, each taking a different direction. One of the men went to the farmhouse of John Landall, near West- Chester. "My wife just caught me -with another man's wife in the forest preserve," he told Landall. "I'll pay you •well if you drive me home before she gels there." Landall took him to Mtywood. where he boarded an eastbound street car and disappeared. Federal agents believed the men were linked with th? Touhy gang of the northwest side, which they accused of engineering several kid- napings. possibly in cooperation with several men who escaped from the Kansas State penitentiary last Memorial day. Harvey Bailey, believed leader of the escaped men, was captured In Dftllftfi, Tex., Mon day, Touhy and three of his henc'i- men, also accused of the kidnaping nf William Hnmrn, jr.. in St. Paul, I are in jaii awaiting arraignment. ATTORNEY HELD FOE MURDER OF FAMILY (Continued from Page One) the roadside and found remnants of the Ihnch. He said he found bits of meat. and .some crystals that "resembled poison." Shank, a well groomed, baldish man of 35, remained calm during prolonged questioning.. The con- tents:ofvhls pockets revealed' a box labeled "strychnine." Early Wednesday he signed this partial confession. "I am guilty of murder of four persons by. poisoning and I only ask of you officers that you recommend' to ,the court that it show me all the mercy possible." He promised to make a detailed confession later. Victim* Missing Since July 27 AKRON, O. flEE)-—The family of Alvin Cooley, four members of which were poisoned" .near Malvern, Ark., - disapepared from their . modest • hom«- here under mysterious circumstances on July 27,^police learned'Wednesday. Detective Lieut. A.. G. Roberts said • Cooley . recently had been questioned/in connection with the burglarizing of the office of Wayne County ^prosecutor Robert Critchfield at-Wooster, O.,- several months ago., ^ . institution if it is in "need of funds for capital purchases either to connection with the organization or reorganization of such association." Preferred stock purchases by the R. F. C. began in the spring and up to Aug. 12 a total of 179.255,000 had been paid out or authorized for purchase of stock in 79 institutions. Among these banks are the National City bank of Cleveland. National bank of Kansas City, South Carolina National bank. American National bank of Indianapolis and the National bank of Tulsa. When national banks made their last report on July 1 they had an aggregate outstanding capital of 11,597,369,675. A similar amount of non-national bank capital was outs'tanding. If the R. F C. should add $1,000,000.000 in new capital, the government could have a 25 per cent interest in the nation's commercial banks. Moreover banks still owe the R F C $700,000,000 on direct loans. "Aside from stock purchases in commercial banks the government has a substantial interest in banking activities. Its postal savings division held deposits of $1,184,- 948,200 on July 1. tk«rt are the system of federal Und banks holding hundred* of nil- lions in farm mortgage* and tb» federal intermediate credit bank* supplying additional credit* to farmers. •Now in the process of formation is a system of federal *avln«« and loan associations, half of whose capital up to $100,000 will b« supplied by the federal govern. ment. 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