Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 19, 1933 · Page 5
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 5

Ames, Iowa
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Saturday, August 19, 1933
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DAILY TIIBUKZ TTMM, AUKS, IOWA, BATTT1DAY, AUOUOT 19 1933. FA01 G. A. R. Members Are Honored At Annual County Reunion Fri. pAPTAIN' Charles Hamilton of Ames and the Hon. Oley Nelson of V-* Slater, Grand Army of the Republic members, 60 Women's Relief corps and Daughters of Union Veterans members, several sons »nd grandsons of veterans were in attendance Friday at the annual Story county Civil war veterans reunion, formally designated a* Soldier's day. In years past the reunion was held. in various towns in the county, later the meeting rotated between Ames and Nevada but the past few years Ames has been host to the group. The two patriotic organizations, Women's Relief corps and Daughters of Union Veterans, sponsor the affair annually. "The meeting opened with a basket dinner at noon with Mrs. Mary Young of the D. U. V. and Mrs. Ella Olson of the W. R. C. in charge. following the dinner, informal talks were given by Mr. Nelson and Mr. Hamilton and the various department officers ga,ve an interesting story of some of the past grand army reunions as did Mrs. P. E. Shugart of Nevada. +• - _____ Captain Hamilton announced at this time the dlsbandment of Ellsworth post No. 30, G. A. R., and presented the D. U. V. group with the post records. Four veterans of this post are, Oley Nelson, Slater, Charles Hamilton, Fred Tilden, H. O. Hendrickson, T, W. Houghan, Manuel B. Myers and Billy Huclett, all of, Ames, complete the list of living Ames G. A. R. members. W. H. Toms, a member of the G. A. R'. from Nevada, was present during the afternoon. Mrs. Mildred Cue, patriotic instructor of the D. U. V. and Mrs. Blanche Yeomens, patriotic instructor of the W. R. C. had charge of the program. Celebrates Fourth Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Ray Daley, entertained a group of small children Friday at their home on South Walnut avenue in honor of the fourth birthday of. their son Bobby. • Gz.roes and contests were enjoyed during ihe party hours and refreshments were served by Mrs. Daley. Bobby received many lovely gifts from his little friends. The guests rare: Roma Jean, Mr.riise, and Mariise Cooper, Mavis, and Billy Horner, Barbara !>nd John Edwards, Betty Lou .'onrs, Donald Sciiultz. Jean Card, Bzrbara Judge and Helen Daley. «• \ <$ Mc.ny to Attend 8. P. W. C. Play Day Miss Trances Fish, president of ihc local chapter. B. P. W. C. announced orer otie hundred reser- '? Jons had been made by representative?, -from -the 56 clubs over Pictures," by Vera. Bentley who also exhibited some beautiful pictures; demonstration, on making lamp shades with eihibit, Esther Smith. The next meeting will be Sept. 2 with Dorothea Hibbs and Ruth. Olson. Pictures of the club'c activities were taken following-the meeting and refreshments w-ere- served by the hostesses. Nevada Society an<f R. E. K. Club Jn Annual Picnifc The Red Eagle StOtiagton ehib held its annual pkule-at Brookside park in Ames Wednesday. Seventy members and families participated. Following the dinner the younger members enjoyed a swim in Carr's Riverside pool and roller skating at the Ames rink. The committee in charge included. Mrs. Frank Kinsman, Mrs. G. H. Hosteller, Mrs. Johu Fauscb. Mrs. Emil Hans en, Mrs. Roy Rlggs and Mrs. Lyle McConnell. The next meeting Sept. 14 will be at the home of Mrs. E. M. Ogden. Entertains Jo-Ely Club . Mrs. O. L. Poshiein was hostess LEGION PREPARES Conoco Travel Bus Visits City County Council Plans Contest for Posts NEVADA — An inspiring address on the principles of the American Legion and on the fellowship -afforded within the Legion ranks, was delivered Friday night by Roy Pell of Marshalltown, newly elected grand chef de gare of the Iowa Forty and Eight, before the Story County Council of the Legion. It was the council's regular August meeting. The Nevada post, and Sheriff J. R. Hattery, chef de gare of the county volture, Forty and Eight, were hosts to the gathering. Mr. Pell's a/idress -was pointed principally toward the forthcoming membership drives v in all Legion posts. The goal this fall will be to put over the campaign as rapidly as possible, in order that the Legion may devote its time and strength to other tasks' on behalf of disabled veterans and civic projects each post undertakes each year. It was Mr. Pell's first appearance before a Legion gathering since his election to the highest state office in the Forty and Eight, at Dubuque early this month. After discussion of a proposed county-wide membership contest which would aid all posts of fhe county, Commander Charles Yeager named a committee to prepare a plan and present it at the September meeting. The j committee included Dewey Kern/Collins; L. 0. Langland, Cambridge; Henry Manlow, McCallsburg; Ben Knudson, Roland; H. E. Hadley, Nevada; O. A. Weir. Colo; Lou Amme, Ames, I. S. Madison, Zearing. Wilkie L. Harper, of Ames, newly elected sixth district commander, was named a, member of the committee ei-officio. An entertainment program was provided by the Nevada post, and at the close of the meeting, coffee and sandwiches were served by the Nevada post A visit to Ames Friday by the Continental Oil company's Conoco travel bureau revealed the vast tourist service which this corporation provides tree of charge to motorists all over America thru its local gasoline service stations.. The Yates Oil company is the Ames Conoco distributing point. ' The traveling bureau; a large red, green and white bue, spent several hours here driving about the streets. The men in charge were Robert M. Stack, bureau represent- ative; W. F. Hird, division manager of the company; Walter Barton, district superintendent, and John Richards, pilot, from Poncaly, Okla. There "were 247 motoring groups from Ames that received special travel service thru the Conoco bureau last year, according 1,o statistics compiled .by the bureau. There were 8,660 Iowa tourists parties given travel service. • Also last year, the bureau- routed 31,127 tourists parties thru or into Iowa. It is reported that for the year, 143,389 groups received ConJ oco travel aid, the average distance traveled being 3,400 miles by each party. The bureau reports further that up to July 15 this year, 116,493 groups had been given tourist information. This service is provided thru 18,000 Conoco service stations scattered thruout the United States. The Century of Progress at Chicago accounts partially for the large tourist travel this year, and SPAIN SLATED TO BUILD NAVY SHIPS FOR BO Fifteen Vessels, Two Floating Docks Ordered By LESTER ZIFFREN United Presc Staff Correspondent MADRID, Aug. 19 <(LR>—With contracts officially signed, construction of five war transports and ten gunboats for coast guard use for Mexico is expected to begin shortly in Spanish shipyards. Heretofore Mexico has maintained only a sman navy. The tonnage of the vessels will total over 20,000 tons and will cost approximately 70,000,000 gold" pesetas (about JT.4,000,000), according to Commodore Garcia Jurado, chief of a naval mission sent from Mexico in, connection with the building of the craft. Many Companle* Work Commodore Jurado, in an interview, said the transports and gunboats, which will have a speed of 20 and 25 miles n<er hour respec- a special Conoco travel bureau has been established at the fair. lively, will be built »t El Ferr»l Valencia, Cadiz, and Bilbao. A* most all the naval construction companies in Spain will pwtiet pate- in the work. Besides the 15 vessels, two float ing docks are being built at th« Cartagena arsenal. One will be In stalled at Veracruz and the othei at Manzanlllo, according to Como> dore Jurado. "The construction companies.* said Jurado. "are detailing theii best technicians and specialists to supervise the work in order to us« this contract as an opportunity for demonstrating the efficiency ol Spanish naval construction. »* First of Proflram "The construction of these ,ve» sels is the first part of a naval program by Mexico. The second marines and perhaps a cruiser Among the eight naval unit! which Mexico now possess, ther« is only one cruiser of 4,000 tons.' Commodore Jurado. said th« group of navaJ otficers now it Spain is studying the Spanisi fleet and the navy yards. So»e 6! the men also witnessed the recent maneuvers of the fleet in BalearN waters. All will remain here for » year and a half, specializing in technical aspects of the marine. PIG SITS ON STOOL BRECKENRIDGE, Tex., Pork Chops, a spotless white pi^ has become the i_ascot of a fill ing station here and attracts much attention by sitting on a stool tc eat his morning cereal. GET SOME/ HERE'* YOUR CHANCE . . . state for the luncheon ^ which (Tuesday -afternoon to members of "'"" the Jo-Ely club and a few guests. is z. feature of the annual Play day spocsored by,tlie organization. be It is. expected nearly 200 present Sunday, for the event. ,Tue luncheon is being served at l:Ju. at the Memorial union ana 1 'be luucheon program will include musical selections by trio from 'h*; Des ' Moines club, • Sanchon Scott, Lillian Ctemdifir "ind* Eve M-ii Ash; vocal solo, Miss -Huth Rfitnond: reading. Mary, "Burton ahi! "talks : by stale officers. -The afiernon hours will be de- vt>;ed. to sports including swim ming and- golung. A :tea will be served" to visiting--; members : .at 5:UO. • , . .A special feature of the late aft- ernoop.Tfill .be a concert played on the Stanton, Memorial carillon by Mrs.. David ilcClure, who has be.en studying uader Ira Schroeder; ca- riilonneur at Iowa State college. The concert "will be given from 5:15 j io"5:30. ' ' A -guest -of -honor on this occasion The United States civil service commission has announced open competitive examinations as fol- ,ows: Chief engineering draftsman, 52,600,a year, principal engineering draftsman, $2,300 a year, senior engineering drfatsman, $2,000 a year, _ ., .„„ „_„.„. engineering draftsman, ?1,800 a Contract bridge was-the diver- year, assistant engineering draft- sion of the afternoon.. Guests were, Mrs. Roy Frazier, Mrs. Stapleton, and Mrs. F. M. Boardman. •«? be • Mrs. Alexander Miller, 'E secretary of state, of Des Mbines: State B. P. W. C., officers -who plan to attend are, Mrs. <ioldie -.- "Worth, state president, Ccnterville; Dr. Ethel Griffen, first vice-president, Sioux City; Miss .Blanche Maytag, second vice-presi- r.ent, Newton; Mrs. Vera DeNoon, correspohdiDg rille. secretary, ; Center- ,Dr, Bt-rpice DeConly of Council Bluffs,, stttp health chairman, is in charge. «> « « C,»urte»y for Recent Bride . -.Vfrs. .C. E. Sills and Miss Amy Johnson'-of Nevada entertained at a .'post nuptial courtesy Tuesday pvening at the Sills home in Ames in' honor of Mrs. Dorothy Day Allen. * The' evening hours were spent informally and the honoree" was presented with a shower of lovely gifts. Refreshments -were served at. a." late hour. .The guests ver.e: Mrs." Dorr All°ii, Mrs. Clifford Padelford, Mrs. Vybld Wright, Mrs. SeLma; Olson, Mrs. Dorrie Williams, Miss Lillian Peterson and Miss Jane Lough. Family Picnic At Country CJub .The regular .monthly . family picnic at the Indian Creek Golf and Country club was a most enjoyable affair- of Thursday evening at the club house. Mr., and Mrs. Sssto Roechl-and daughter Freida have gone to Chicago for a visit^with.:Mr. and Mrs. Andy Contri. They will also attend the. world's. fair. Mrs. H. ?. Albery underwent an operation this week at the Iowa sanitarium.for an infection. She is recovering nicely at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack-Kitchen arid Miss Nellie. Middlekoop.motored to Oskaloosa Tuesday to visit with a friend who'is in a hospital recovering from.a recent operation. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Coggshall are in Chicago where they will remain until the end of. the-month. They will then 'leave for Bartels- ville, Okla., where Mr.' Coggshall 5 a mathematics and science teacher in the. high school. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burdick, who have been spending the past week in Montrose, hare gone to McGregor where they are guests of Mr. Burdick's sister. Mrs. L.. O. Langland has returned Irom a two weeks vacation spent n- Connecticut En route home a stop was made in Chicago to attend the world's fair. Mrs. Etta Cadd, of Boone, has been spending a few days with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crouch. Mrs. Calista Proctor and Miss Frances . Proctor have returned 'rom Chicago where they were ;uests. of Mrs.: Proctor's daughter and also attended the Century of Progress exposition. I man, $1,620 a year, and junior engineering draftsman, $1,440 a year — for 'work on ships; less a deduction of not to ezceed 15 per cent as a measure of economy and a retirement deduction of 3^4 per cent; departmental service, Washington, D. C., and field service. Optional branches: Ship hull, ship piping, ship ventilation, marine engines and boilers, and electrical (ship). Marine engineer, $3,800 to $4,600 i year," associate marine engineer, $3,200' to $3,800 a year, and assistant' marine engineer, ,$2,600 to $3,206, a year, less a deduction of not to "exceed : "15 per "cent as a measure of economy and a retire- 1. The Saperfuel! ment deduction of per cent; departmental service, Washington, D. C., and field service. Associate dye technologist, $3,200 a year, less a deduction of not to exceed 15 per cent as a • measure of economy and a retirement deduction of 3% per cent; customs service, treasury department, for duty at New York City. All states except Iowa, Maine, Maryland, New Hampshire, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia have received less than their share of appointments in the apportioned de- partmentarservice at Washington. Full information may be obtained from Pearl 0. Clayton, at the Ames post office. . New Standard Red Crown More Mileage — No Knock Get it at BRINTNALL'S 5th & Burnett mmm^mmm MAJESTIC AUTO RADIOS 6-tube, 6-inch speaker. Gives you home reception on the road, Complete $44»$0 WHY is the Soda Grill the Most Popular Place in Town? BECAUSE the crowd is congenial, the service good, excellent food—and a soda fountain, the best in Ames. SODA GRILL Try Our Special Nooa Luncheons • Farm Bureau And4-H Clubs Happy Hearts Cl«b Holds Meeting The Happy Hearts 4-H club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Dorothy Johnson with Agatha and Edna Pantenburg as assistant hostesses. Twenty-two members and three mothers were present. . Marie Inglis was in charge of the meeting and plans were completed at this time for thl Lnual achievement show to be held in Nevada. Gertrude Kingsbury and WJS Hlbb8 Wl " b ^i« charge of_the flowers and the good and bad Tases. Vera Bentley, Jean Ross, Esther Smith and Phyllis Smith are.on the poster committee. Each girl must have a record book and those who have expense books have them in readiness Each girl is expected to have something for the club exhibit. The demonstration team is Lois Wil.-sea and Marie Inglis and they have been busy with the demonstration, "the re-cahing of chairs." The picture memory contest, will h* Mondity afternoon at Nevada, The proRrara for the afternoon ronsladed or a talk on "Magazlnv County Society News Prof. Shepherd Will Discuss National Recovery Program The final weekly open forum of the present series will be held in Great hall of Memorial Union Monday evening, August 21, with Prof. G.- S. Shepherd of the department of agricultural economics discussing the national recovery act. The meeting opens at 7:30 p. m. •More than 50 persons attended last Monday's formum and the average attendance at the meetings has been-higher during this term at the college than it was last term. ESCHBACH MUSIC HOUSE 4. Vickers White REGULAR GASOLINE Tar paid SQUARE DEAL OIL CO. 1 block nortJb of Highway Commission LAUNDRY DRYCLEANINGl CO. E WHEN YOU THINK OP CHICKENS Our New Fall and Winter Materials Have Just Arrived SUITS $21.50 BOBRICK MERCHANT TAILOR The Chevrolet Six —-costs less for upkeep than any other low priced ear. Let us demonstrate to you. Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealers Pho«- 30K—Fifth & Douglas PLYMOUTH Look at and drive all. three. Get your money's worth! Cliff Roberson Garage PHONE 34 Phone 263 GENERAL REPAIRING, 24-HOUR SERVICE Freel's Radiator Cleaning and Repairing Ames Motor Service SEE RAY FISHER —for windshield and door glass replacements. Used parts and tires for all makes of cars. 229 S. Duff — Phone 244-J YOUR FALL WARDROBE will need, renovating. Have your clothes cleaned and pressed at the AMES PANTORIUM / "Quality Cleaners" 410 Douglas — Phone 23J THINK OF Mac's Dairy and Poultry Market 215 Fifth Phone 142 NOTICE Have your car repainted before prices go higher! BAKO AUTO PAINT SHOP 117 Kellogg UPHOLSTERING Reflnishing, Repairing, Cabinet Work, Fibre Cord and Cane Seating. New and Used Furniture. PHONE 1635 JOHNSON'S FURNITURE STORE 165 Campus Rebekah Lodge Installs Officers The Giles Rebekah lodge of Cambridge installed officers Friday evening at a, meeting of the order in the local hall. District Deputy Florence Mead and Grand Marshall" Rosa Day of Collins installed the following: EuphemSa Curtis, N. G.; Mabel Nickelsen, V. G.; Nellie Beck, recording and financial secretary; Margaret Jones, treasurer; Accie Wagley, warden; Zella Lewis, conductress; Minnie Richardson, chaplain; Jennie McKee, musician; Adelia Zobki R. S. N. G; Josephine Maywald, L. S. N. G; Lavinia Harker, R. S. V. G; Alvertta Elliott, L. S. V. G; Grace McHone, I. G. Entertains At , Surprise Birthday Friends and neighbor's or Mrs. Joanna Elwood of Colo successfully Planned and carried out a surprise dinner party Wednesday noon in honor of Mrs. Elwood's eighty-fifth birthday. The dinner was served in the Methodist church basement, covers being arranged for 40. Mrs. Elwood's son Sam was also present. Following ?h« dinner the group went to the Riwood home where , the tlm« Wa8 apcai in visiting. At the Hospitals Mary Greeley Admitted—Kathryn Benbrook. Dismissed—M. W. McGuire, Gilbert. Mrs. Elwood was presented with many lovely gifts. Mrs. Elwood came to Iowa in 1852 from Illinois, the journey being made in a^ wagon drawn by oxen. They arrived at the home of relatives, Dec. 24 and settled on a farm near Colo the following February. She has resided in the community during the remaining years. . Those present were: Mrs. Joana Elwood, Sam Elwood, Mesdames Roy Carver, Alice Jones. Harry Dewey, E. G. Schoonover, C. C- King, H. A. Dayton, Sarah McCoy, J. R. Hopkins, Fred Jones, Maggie Reed, Mae Nelson, W. C. Mains, C. A. Sheperd, H. F. Lambeth, R. E. White, A. A. White. J. J. Brown, Sarah Brouhard, M. J. Hokpins, Oscar Tripp, Henry Veagcr. A. Clatt, M. T ». Ward, Cora Bales, Esther Cross, Anna Wyatt, Lela Harding, Fred Blickenderfer. Roy Goodnow, J. M. Thornton, Alva Gcrhart, Frances O'Donnell, R B. Clarke, S. C. Farrcn, J. M! Baniford, Ida Blomlwg, 0. V. Granger, Grorgr Rao, T/>n MrQutllrii, and Miss Addle Lhommedieu. WRECKED CARS REBUILT We have the equipment, and know how. AMES GLASS & BODY CO. Phone 538-J—402 3Iain s. Nash, Plymouth, De Soto Sales and Service For expert repair work see Lacy Morrison McGEE MOTOR CO. 321 Lin. Way —Phone 294 WE ARE EQUIPPED —to give you the best in lubrication, electrical and me- shanical services. Washing and polishing. DIAMOND MASTER SERVICE Lincoln Way at Doff; Ph. 272 RESTORE YOUR OLD FLOORS to the beauty of new. Rent a floor sanding machine from MILLER PAINT STORE 324 Main—765-W BEER We have your brand! Quick delivery! BOWMAN CIGAR STORE PHONE 377 WILLARD BATTERY SERVICE MORRIS SERVICE STATION Kellogg & Fifth CORYELL -70- ALWAYS LESS! Bailey Oil Co. Across from Highway Com. For Cool Refreshing Pood FRUITARIAN DINNER or a Dutch Lunch at the CAMPUS CAFE Charles G. Ray JEWELER With C. L. Dixon Drugs, 230 Alain St. Iowa's Outstanding Sanitary SWIMMING POOL CARR'S PARK Amea, U. CONOCO TRAVEL BUREAU SERVICE LOYD'S SERVICE STATION 2512 Lincoln Way—Ph. 1865 I 815 Uncoln Way—Ph. 2028 RULES ACROSS 1—Repair 4—Request 5—Benevolent Everyone is eligible, regardless of place of residence, excepting employes of this paper and their families. Solve the series of Crossword Puzzles that will appear every Saturday. A now puzzle will appear each week until a full series of 13 have been run. In solving the puzzles. Just write the letters right over the advertisements. Heavy black spot indicates blank space, in which no letter is to appear. Hold all puzzlrs until you hava comp'ete set of 13. Then Jend or bring them to the "AD WORD PUZZLE" «dltor at our office. All entries must be in by midnight on the seventh day after the last puzzle (No. 13) has been printed. J65.00 will be paid In cash prizes to the per- sons who send or bring in the nearest correctly solved and the nearest complete set of puzzles, in accordance with these rules. You do not necessarily have to solve each one of the 13 puzzles correctly to win a prize. The prizes will be paid to persona whose entries rank the highest. Elaborate entries are not necessary and will receive no greater consideration than the simple ones. Neatness counts, so make your entries simple, plain and neat. All entries will be Judged by a committee appointed by this paper and entrants agree to accept their decisions as final. Contestants desiring to enter any time may «»• cur^ back issues by applying «t our office. Out of town subscribers will pleaae send iclf-addressed utamped envelope. DOWN 1—Board * 2—Sign 3—Stop

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