Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 17, 1933 · Page 6
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 6

Ames, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1933
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AM£S DAILY TEIBTOBTIMES. AMJUI. IOWA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1933. United Brethren Supper Meeting The Ladles aid. of the United Brethren church will hold Us monthly covered dt»h supper at Brookolde park Friday evening at 6:30. t, * «. I* Twehtitth Century Club Hottet* Mrs. Elmer Miller, 3110 Oakland avenue, will be 'hostess Friday afternoon at 2:30 to members of the Twentieth Century club. ® <e> *»."" Daniels-Jackson Engagement It Announced Mrs. Earl "W. Daniels of Webster City, has announced the engagement of her daughter, Gava Marie, to Dan L. Jackson, Iowa State college student of Hampton. Miss Danielg is a student at the Ellsworth college conservatory at Iowa Falls and will be graduated from there next spring. She has been most prominent' during the past few years in » Christian Endeavor work over the state, being the youngest member of the state board. Mr. Jackson was graduated from the New Hampton high school in 1930 and has been attending Iowa State college. * <». & D. U. V. Hold* Open Meeting An interesting program was featured at the open meeting of the Daughters of Union Veterans held Tuesday evening in the I. 0. 0. F. hall. Thirty-six members x- and guests were present. Program numbers . included: songs, Margaret Kooser and Marjorie Mettlin with Mrs. Grauberger at the piano; readings, Laura WilkiBE, Dorothy Slberell, Arthur Fisher; reading "Peace" Jack Chase, written by his brother Howard Chase; piano solo. "Stars and Stripes Forever, Mrs. P. F Houghan, Refreshments, featuring a birthday cake in honor of members having birthdays in August, were served during the social hour. * <» ' '•• . C. A. Smedal and Miss Ma* Smith Are Wed The report of the marriage of C. A. Smedal, Amos lawyer, an ^ Miss Mae Smith of Waterloo, has been confirmed- Mr. .and Mrs. Smedal are residing for the pres- eni at the Sheldon-Milan hotel. Mr. Smedal recently established his office in Ames from Nevada where he was located for many years. Mrs. Smedal also resided in Nevada for some time, being employed as a stenographer in the Addison-Smedal law office. • « «* Junior Maccabees. Hold Court Rally Members of Sunbeam court No. 7, Junior Maccabees were hosts to CALENDAR Thursday Christian Aid. Lutheran Aid. Friday Yours & Mice Club. Art Club. G. A. R. Soldiers Day. Maccabees. United Brethren .Aid. Twentieth Century Club. Women's Golf Assn. Holds Meeting The regular golf events of the Women's Golf association were held Wednesday morning at the Ames Golf and Country club. The 15 women players teed oC at 8 o'- clock.and prizes were awarded to Miss Phylis Simpson, low putt score,' and Mrs. E. S. Haber, high putt score. ,/• The luncheon was served at noon with Mrs. M. A. Sharp. Miss Pbylis Simpson and Mrs. Grant Dudgeon as hostess. Mrs. Grant Dudgeon will serve as chairman of the golf committee during the three weeks absence of Mrs; J. A. Wilkinson. During the brief business session the following handicaps committee was appointed: Mrs. B. W. Hammer, Mrs. Robert I. Simpson and Mrs. Merle Jenkins. The mock handicaps will be ready for play next Wednesday. ;* (?) •$> Regular Meeting Maccabees Friday The Tallcorn Tent-Hive of the Maccabees will hold a covered dish supper and meeting Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stokka, 519 Ninth street. The supper will be served at 6:30 and each member is asked to bring a covered dish, sandwiches- and table service. The Sir Knights are hosts at this time, and all members are arged to make a special ef/ort. to be present. Wednesday at BrookBide park. Eighty-six members participated in the events of the day, 51 being from the Des Moines court. The picnic dinner at noon was served at long tables - and a program of games and contests followed. A feature of the afternoon was a report by Frederick Gruber of DSB Moines, - on|y representative of the Junior Maccabees to attend -*the supreme convention in' Detroit, Mich., and who gave a most {Interesting report of this ronvention. Mr. Gruber served as a page at the meeting and was elected president of the Junior Page association. A tour of the college grounds closed the- rally. MES. Fred Downs, court advisor •was. assisted by Mrs. Gilbert Cole and Mrs. Kenneth Siokka. Also in attendance were Mrs: A. D. Paine, district manager, Mrs. Winifred Fiester. courts director, eight Lady Maccabees and one Sir Knight all from Des Moines. ••; <*> o> Courtesy For Martha Evvard Members of the DeLofto troupe will be guests of C. E. Dauberi, troupe manager, at a theater party, Friday evening at the Story City theater as a farewell courtesy for Miss Martha Jane Evvard, member of the treupe whtJ is leaving soon for her home in Phoenix, Arizona. Members who will attend the party are: Martha Evvard, Helen Alexander. Helen Martin. Mary Jane Cue. Gloria Anderson. Mary and Barbara Hall, Phylis S'vearin- gen, Dorothy Siberell.'ftuth Sawin and Ruth Wood. * * <£ Bobby Best Celebrates Birthday j /Bobby Best, son of Mr. and Mrs. "Vv*. H. Best, was honored at a surprise party Wednesday night at the home of his parents. W16 Carroll avenue. The affair celebrated Bobby's thirteenth birthday. Twen. ty-one children took .part including members of the Best Electric junior . kittenball team, of which Bobby is a member. . Games were played during the evening and refreshments featuring two large birthday cakes were served. • Cvunty Society Ne-u/s Ersland-Nelson Clan To Meet The annual picnic of the Ers- land-NelsoE clan wil] be held in the Nelson park in Slater Sunday August 20. Each family, is asked to bring a basket dinner which will be served at noon. «*"<«, Celebrates Birthday Thurs. A group of friends gathered at the Charles' Steward home in Slater Thursday evening to help him celebrate his twenty-seventh birthday. Games were played and refreshments were served by Mrs. Stewart at the close of the jolly evening. Ontario Church To Elect-Officers A business meeting of the Ontario church will be held Friday evenng at 8 o'clock for the purpose of election of officers. Family Reunion Is Held Sunday A family gathering was held in McHose park in Boone Sunday. Following the bounteous picnic dinner a short business meeting was held and members of the group planned to make this gathering an annual affair. The meeting will be held the second Sunday in August at McHose park next year. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gibson and family, of Gilbert, IJ. S. Traps Desperado in Urschel Kidnap "Prison" »—• I. ."•.. -I-,. I., i —.. ...-,..•- .—..........,„.,..,. •—.-«—.,—...• y m .1 In the desolate shack-pictured above, near Paradise, Tex., federal agents trapped Harvey J. Bailey alleged ringleader in the $190,000 kidnaping of Charles F. Urscbel. Oklahoma City oil millionaire, and four of Bailey's alleged accomplices. Urschel identified the shack as the one. in which he was held prisoner; ransom money was found in Bailey's possession.. Bailey also was a leader in the Memorial day prison break at Kansas penitentiary and is .'accused of complicity in'the Union station massacre in Kansas City in which four officers -and a convict were' killed. When agents surprised Bailey asleep he had hidden under his bedclothes 'the machine gun, automatic rifle, and pistols pictured below. •*• .Society News and Personals Miss, VeJrua ,McBride,. Miss Anna Solberg, Clyde Toms, Clyde Hosteller' and Merle Mathisori"re- turned..Monday evening from .Chicago where they had spent several days at the .world's fair. x^ Mies Shirley Clark of Council Bluffs is spending the remainder of the week as a guest in the home of Mr^-and Mrs. Robert. Crouch. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Snyder had as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. Burton Satre of Stanhope. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mullen and family left Tuesday -for Lincoln, Nebr., where they will visit relatives. Dr. Biddison and little daughter Virginia are now nearly recovered from a throat infectiqa~which had developed Into pneumonia in the case of Virginia., ;While both had been quite ill, they are; much better and Dr! Biddipon is able to be up and-ouf. -... -,. Mr..,and Mrs. E.'0. Weeden have returned from* several days in Battle Creek, 'Mfch. r and Chicago. At Battle Creek they were guests State Will Ask Death Penalty PREMIUM ON ARRESTS TRENTON 7 , Mo., fllEI—Trenton is a bad spot ,to break laws. The city council voted'to give each policeman and each membe- of the town's vigilance committee $1 for each arrest they make. The offenders will have the $1 added to their court fines. . : Announce Iowa Auxiliary Meet At Sioux City The American Legion auxiliary of Iowa \\\\ Ihold its thirteenth department convention in Sioux City August 22, 23, and 24 with the state president, Mrs. Esther Thompson of Dallas Center presiding. General sessions will be held in the Rialto theater and other meetings are scheduled to be held at the Hotel Martin, convention headquarters hotel. Annual reports of. state officers and committe*, chairmen will be given, and the* convention will be addressed by Leo J. Duster, Cedar Rapids., .newly elected state com maader of the Legion; -W. Earl Hall, of Mason City, past state Legion head; R. J. Laird - of Den Moiiie§. Legion state adjutant; and Frank Miles of Des Moines, editor of the Iowa Leglonaire. The annual banquet to be held Tuesday evening will feature as its guest speaker, Mrs. A. C. Carlson, Willmar, Minn., auxiliary national child welfare chairman, while other national officers to-address, the group will include: Mrs Blanche Gibbs AHbee, Marshalltown, national vice.-president; Mrs. Gwendolyn Wiggin MacDowelf, Indianapolis, Ind., national secre tary; Mrs. Jane Prichard, Onawa, national committeewoman; Mrs Grace Gilbert King of West Union,' national chairman junior membership and Mrs. Harriet Hoffman, Elgin, III., national rehabilitation vice-chairman. Monday, August 21, has been set for the pre-convention meeting of the department executive board while that evening the Sioux City unit will tender a general reception to incoming delegates and guests of the convention. On Monday evening also, at Hotel Martin, the Eight and Forty will hold its annual meeting, initiation and midnight supper with Mrs. Grace Gilbert King, la chapeau department- ale, presiding. , The Past President's Parley dinner, also an annual event, will be held Wednesday evening with Mrs. Jane Prichard, department chairman of the Past President's Parley serving as toastmlstress. Advance reports indicate a record attendance at the convention according to Mrs. M. Myrton Skelley of Des Moines, department secretary of the auxiliary, who will open convention headquarters at Hotel Martin Friday Augus.t 18. Bright Spots in Business By UNITED PRESS New York Central Railroad reports freight loading last we-ek were 100.439 cars, against 75,903 cars in like 1932 week. Rubber Manufacturers Association reports July crude rubber consumption in United States totaled 50,184 long tons, increase of PAGE THEM 67.4 per c?nt over July, 193S. Public Service Corporation of Mew Jersey earns July iwt income of $2,032,672 against 1348.4M in July last ye«r. Plymouth Motor Corporation increase* August production schedule by 5,000 units. Raybestos-Manhattan Inc. reports second quarter net profit of J292.825. against net loss of $106.728 in like 1932 period. Pennsylvania Railroad reports freight loadings last week were 100.087 cars. a gain of 35.7 per cent, over like 1932 period. Chesapeake and Ohio Rait- way earns July net income of $3,172,506, against $1,217,183 in July last year. Thieves Leave No Milk CORYDON, Iowa (U.P.)— A new type of "milk racket" has made its appearance here. Farmers complained that when they attempted to milk their .cows in the morning, someone had been there ! before them. CAMELS ARE MILDER AND RICHER IN FLAVOR YES. AND THEY NEVER JANGLE YOUR NERVES _ NO MATTER HOW MANY YOU SMOKE Har-vcy J. Bailey, above, will be fighting for his^ife when lie goes j on trial accused of participation i in the Union station massacre at • Kansas City. Already arraigned on a kidnaping charge, -he has pleaded not guilty and is held under-bonds-of, $100.000. of Mrs. Weeden's sister and her mother. In Chicago they attended the world's fair-and-visited rela- j_ Uves SDr. J. H. Hansel on Mrs, A. F.. Richie who underwent ^n - operation' at the Mercy hospital in Cedar Rapids Tuesday is reported to be recovering satis.- factorily. Queen Banks, Marie Donnellen, Laura Pincombe were in Marshalltown Tuesday evening where:they attended a meeting of cosmetologists at'the Hotel Tallcorn. Learm of Broken ' Back After 50 Yrs. SPRINGFIELD, Mo., !UJ>T— -Fifty years ~agp Jesse Alexander's back wars ;|u^gii- in; a severe: childhood fall:' "We/kn&w nothing tof it" until he came to > a, hospital af te.r being ' Fair Clinic Staff Dr. J. H. Hansel has been selected as one of the examiners of the free clinic by the Iowa Osteopathic association, to be conducted at the Iowa State fair, August 25 to September 1. it was announced in Des Moines Thursday. The clinic will be open free of charge to any adult in Iowa and complete physical examinations will fie given each day of the fair from 9 a. m.. .until 5 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bulington an'd childreu, Des Moines; Mrs. Delia McCracken, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McCracken, Mrs. Clinton McCracken and children, Mr. and Mrs. Allie Patterson and children of Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gibson, Mr. and .Mrs. Reuben Benn. Mr. and Mrs.'Charles Gibson and Helen Mr. and 'Mrs. Ira Brown and Dennis all of Gilbert; Mr. and'Mrs. C. ,. Hanson and Esther, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hanson and children. Story City. : -, '• • <?>«-«> Entertains At Birthday Courtesy Mrs. John Hansman entertained a group 'of young friends at her j gory of summer., short-cuts, and home in Gilbert Saturday afternoon while they are distinctly labor as a courtesy, for her granddaugli > saving and easily prepared foods ter, Mary Jane Hansrnan, of Des j they are in no respeci ^akeshifts Moines, who with her brother Bob- | It's well to/keep in. mind the by has spent the last month with ! food value .of .bread-stuffsNwheh her grandparents. The guests were Mary Jane Hansman, Virginia Manning. Ames; Gloria Wakefield, Wanda Johnson, > , thrown from 'a horse. -An examination disclosed a broken vertebra. ! Strangely-enough, that Nebraska congressman who is-charged with misbrandiug gas is not accused of putting a misleading caption on one of his campaign speeches, but of violating the state gasoline law SISTER MARY'S •-• WCHEN BY 'sTER MARY XE-i-Service Writer breads always are popu lar. and when they can be usec for tea and 'picnic sandwiches thej are a boonVtO'summer hostesses Quick breads Come in the cate Pauling Jacobson, Darlene Petei son. Marilyn McGuire. Mary Jane and Bobby left Mon- they .are to take an important'parl in meals All breads are energy foods "because their maja ingredient—flour—is of great caloric value, The yeast breads are good sources, of vitamin B, but the - 1 - Vi " -•'" made with eggs, QUIVERING NERVES When you are just on edge when you can't stand the children's noise. ..when everything you do is a burden ... when you are irritable and blue ... try Lydia E. Pint- ham's Vegetable Compound. 98 out of 100 women report benefit. It will give you just the extra energy you need. Life will seem worth living again. Don't endure another day without he help this medicine can give. Get x bottle from your druggist today. days as a guest in their -me. NSWERS Cfcrnseqiiently, during the\sum- I mer months when fresh fruits and i vegetables cheaply and adequately supply vitaminSi yeast breads are not so necessary and quick breads may take their pla<-e Very, oftensa raisin or nut bread AAl**j<SMJb *JlU*i-.'i If ta»- . *i»-. . *« k*™^." 1 . !. * • .-TBffi GUESSES precludes I eatfe 11 itt'''tlie mfemi: v A vegetable-- salad 1 accompanied by raisin bread sandwiches and followed b$,a';dessert of .fresh fruit makes cakes or cookies unnecessary in the menu. Undernourished children find j these breads a spjendid source of fat since an extra amount of but— ter can be carried by the slices of bread. VEGETABLE COMPOUND Tommy Hitchcock is liif 'orcmost. AMKU1CAN POI.O .M-iAYKU. The ordor of arciii- !<'0tnro linwn is MOORISH, ."he hjnihol j a (or SATLKN. breads seem more ap- petizinK for cold weather, so the following rules are for baked breajlfv- \T -v, T', • ^ Sjimrtwich Bncnd . On^etfg. 1-2 rup"'light brown •usar, .1 t-4'cupft white flour, ] 1.4 npn sweet milk, 1 teaspoon Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST: Cantaloupe, cereal cooked with dates, cin- -namon toast, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON: Stuffed sweet green peppers, creamed celery, sliced tomatoes, sandwich bread, lemonade. DINNER: Stuffed calves' Jiearts. .potatoes in parsley outter, onions stewed in rnilk, head lettuce with Russian dressing, sliced peaches, chocolate layer cake, milk, coffee. 5 teaspoons. baking powder. 2 tablespoons melted butter. 1 cup nut meats. Beat egg until light with sugar and salt. Mix and sift flour and baking powder and add nuts. Add alternately, with milk to first mixture. Stir in melted butter and turn into oiled and floured bread pan. Let rise 30 minutes. Bake 45 minutes in a moderately hot oven Brown Bread One egg, 1 teaspoon salt. 1-2 cup granulated sugar, 1-2 cup molasses! 3 cups graham flour, 1 <up white flour, 2 cups buttermilk or sour milk, 2 teaspoons soda. 1 cup seeded raisins or dates. Beat egg until light with sugar and salt. Add molasses and mis well. Mix raisins with white flour Vdd graham flour to first mixturft «nd add 1 cup sour milk. Mix horoughly. Add soda to remain- MR sour milk and add to first mlx- ure. Add floured raisins and boat mrd for about 30 seconds. Turn nto oiled and floured pans and >nk« BO minutes in a moderately hot oven. ive grown children who-'lire ia different parts of the United States surprised their father on his birthday. One after, another they called him by long distance ... talked •with hinj as though they were in the same room. Long Distance connects yon quickly with anyone, anywhere, at any lime. Rates are low. \ You can telephone: 100 miles for 35 cents 400 miles for $1.00 rhen you tuk to talk trith anyon* arailablr at the telephone callfd and call be' herrn 8:30 p. m. and 4:30 a. m. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY to what's A. BI6 BOWL..OF POSl TQASf iESr-tMAT CfUS! DELICIOUS CIRIAL, SO COOL AND REFRESHINGS You too vdli love it... this gold- en'cereal •with-the • wonderfully pleasing flavor i.. either plain.;; or topped off with ripe, juicy fruif or berries... and plenty of fresh, ' cold milk or cream, ! There's quick energy, too, io these big, crimchy flakes made only from the sweet, tenderhearts of the corn kernels themselves. So if you want to start your day off right... with something delicious . . ; something cool and crisp and tempting .... eat Post Toasties for breakfast tomorrow, •he next day and every day! A. product of General Foods. When in hotels, restaurants, or >n trains ask for Post Toasties in I -he individual-serving package I —cellophane-wrapped, to keep i hem always crisp and delicious.

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