Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on September 1, 1933 · Page 7
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'iirr itrrn w t AMI* ftAlLY T1IBTOE TflfE*. A ME*. IOWA. FlIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, : Society:- U. 8. Aid Hcldl Cpurttty T«» t The Ladies sid of the United Brethren church entertained members of th« Shipley Ladies aid at a delightful t«t served Thursday afternoon in the church ptrlori. The afternoon hours were spent socially mnd dainty refreshments *«r« ierved. T,hirty-flve womtfi were present. A * «; Women's. Bridg* Party Is Htid . Bridge was played at five tables Tuesday afternoon at the weekly bridge party for women of the Ames Golf and Country club. Mrs. E. S. Htber and Mrs. Henry Giese were the committee in charge. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. P. H. Schleiter *nd second high to Mrs. R. I. Simpson. Out of town guests were, Mrs. . M. E. Crosier of Green Bay. Wis., and Mrs. Ada Stickle of Kansas City, MO. * -g> 4> V. F, W. and Aux. To Hold Picnic The Veterans of Foreign Wars, post No. 1107 and auxiliary will hold a get-together and picnic Saturday evening Sept. 2 at the Dykes pavilion on north Grand avenue. AH members are invited to attend and to bring a covered dish, sandwiches and table service for the supper which will be served at 6 o'clock. CALCNCAD Frfafiy Ladies Scottish Society: Twentieth Century Club. Loyal Woman's Class. Maccabees. Rebekah Circle. Saturday V. F. W. Picnic. Monday Legion Auxiliary. Tuesday Country Club Bridge. Wednesday W. H. B. Cluh. K, of P. Picnic At Beone Sunday Members of the Knights of Pythias and Pythian Sisters will hold a. picnic Sunday at McHose park in Boone. The covered dish luncheon will be served at 1:30. • « • District Lecturers' Association to Meet The District Lecturers* association of Story county will hold its j sixty-fifth meeting a.C Zearlng Tuesday evening Sept 5. All Master Masons desirous of improving the efficiency of their work are cordially invited to attend. The meeting will be duly purged and styled on the third degree. <*> * « W. H. B. Club iTo Meet Wed: N Mrs. Laura Kingsbury will be Vostess to members of the W. H. l ( . club Wednesday afternoon at h\r home. Leaders for the afternoon are Mrs. J. I. Mather and Mn. Pearl Lawson. administration. At Nashville, Tenn they were guests of Dr. A. E. Ott Dr. Ott being head of the mathematics department at the Univer sity of Alabama. Among the side trips enjoyet were a visit to the Muscle Shoals dam and to the Mississippi Agri cultural and Mechanics college. En route home the family stopped in St Louis on business. Ber nard Schmidt enjoyed a visit with relatives in Memphis, Tenn., while his parents were traveling in the south, * * «• Enjoy Skating Party Thursday A group of 18 young folks from Kamrar chaperoned by two -married couples enjoyed a skating party Thursday at the Wigwam roller skate rink here. Return From Sciritifeffs Trip Pro!, and Mrs. L. B. Schmidt and son Bernard have returned from a motor trip thru the southern states during the past two and a half we«ks. Touring »their »tay. in various cifles in the" south they wefe extensfS'felr «rt*rt«Jned by friends. At Columbia, Miss., they were Quests of Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Knepper in their lovely southern home. Dr. Knepper is head of the political science division.of the Mississippi College for Women. Professor Schmidt spoke before the Rotary clut at Columbia. At Tuscaloosa, Ala., they'were entertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Denney, Mr. Denny being president of the University of Alabama, and also in the charming southern home of Miss. Mary Gorgas. Dur- ing'the five summers that Professor Schmidt taught in the Univer- BitT'Of Alabama he was a guest in the Gorgas home. Professor and Mrs. Schmidt were entertained by Mrs. William Youngblood and daughter Miss Frances during their : stay in Birmingham, Ala. Mr. Youngblood was a member of the cabinet in,the SlcKinley j Nevada Society Nuws Pelmulder-Crozier Nuptials Wednesday Miss Marion Pelmulder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pel mulder of Bakersfield. Calif., and Newton Holland Crozkr of Knoxville, son of Mrs. Ella Crozier, formerly of Nevada, now of Los Angeles, Cal., were united in marriage in a lovely ceremony performed Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 at the home of P. E. Jensen in Nevada. Elder J. C. Christenson read the service. Miss Olive Stoker played the wedding march from Lohengrin as the "couple took their places before the improvised altar in the Following the ceremony the wedding • dinner was served at the Iowa sanitarium. •Mr. and Mrs. Crozier will be at home on a farm near Knoxrille. «• 4 <& . Jensen-William* -f Marriage Is Announced -Announcement is made of the marriage of. Mrs. Sarah Edna Jensen" and Elmer James .Williams which took place Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the Memorial The .the service in the presence of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Winther. Mr. and Mrs. Williams will be at home in Nevada where Mr. Willams has been engaged in the bar- >er business for a number of years. - - Miss Josephine Fawcett will eave this week end for *Sac City Lutheran church parsonage. R.SY. James 0. Simon read Molcy Ready for New Job as Magazine Editor Professor Raymond Moley, dean of the Roosevelt "Brain 7-rttst," who resigr ed as Assistant Secretary of State to edit a new national weekly. Is .shown (left) in'New York as he discussed plans for th? new magazlna -?ith Vincent'Astor (center), publisher, and W. A- Harrinjan (right}, an-associate. The publication, It I* understood, will become an official mouthpiece of the Roosevelt administration. where she will resume her position s a teacher in the city" schools, i Mr. and Mrs. Fred McDonnell, Miss Patricia IrisB and John Freeland were in Des Moinec Wednesday where they attended the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Carstens and family of Waterloo were guests recently in the S. D. Rinehart home. Mrs. Ella Crozier of Los Angeles, Cal., is visiting friends in the city, Mrs. Crozier formerly resided here. Dr. and Mrs. M. Biddison, Robert and Virginia left Friday for Leon to spend the week end. V Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burdick who have been residents of Nevada for' some time are leaving Friday for Shenandoah to make their home. Miss Ruth Day, deputy clerk of the district court, will spend the week end in Ihe home of the Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Yost in Omaha. Betty Landers of Collins is vis- ting in the home of her uncle. Sheriff J. R. Hattery. Miss Maxine Finnic left Wednesday for Madison, Wis., for a 10 day business trip. Iceland Warmly Greets Lindberghs County Society 'News Opening Meeting Woman's Club The first meeting of the new year • of the Cambridgp Woman's cluh will be held at the home of tfrs. E. F- Lewis, Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Following -the short business session a reception in the form of a 'apanese party will be "held for new members and teachers. Mrs. Lewis is president of, the lub for the rear and Mrs. Wilma Meld is secretary. . * «• * Olson-MtJIfrtre Nuptials Announced Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Hazel Christine Olson, daughter of. Mrs. Andrew j After an eventful flight over the North Atlantic from Greenland, Colone! and Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh are shown as they arrived at Reykjavik, capital of Iceland, where they were greeted by a large r-rowd and officials of ntate and town. Bountiful Harvest in Russia; Many Peasants Ate 111 From Overeating MOSCOW, flip) — Exceptionally I aside for seeding, "and "other col- rich wheat crop's in both the lective purposes." : Ukraine and North Caucasus— re- 'Controverting starvation reports, gions reported starring in rumors ! a dispatch from the .provinces re- 3.DT"O3fi • T/PTo ' Tonnr-f e»A htr tKft r»(-*•»•+ r,A i11-n nr . n «— J a _ _ j.1,. „. • reported by the . Olson of Minneapolis and Borgen i Soviet government Thursday. Francis Molstre. son -of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Molstre of Roland which took place August 16 in Minneapolis, fi Mr. Molstre is soon to be ordained a minister of the Lutheran church and has accepted a pastorate at Ostrander, Minn. Entertains At Luncheon Courtesy " Mrs. Martha Fenn entertained a group of friends Monday at her home in Roland at a luncheon as a courtesy for her daughter. Miss Lillian Fenn, mother. The- guests, former classmates of Miss Fenn, their mothers and other friends included: -the Misses Emelie Hanson and Anne Larsen. A formal communique said the collectivized and individual farm peasants in the Ukraine up to Aug. 20 had delivered to the government more than their entire quota set for the harvest month. .The officials pointed to this fact as proof of their claims of a bumper harvest, in refutation of the starvation rumors and declared ported illness and some deaths in many villages due to overeating —-peasants devouring immense amounts of bread after months of rations and denial. Children of the entire nation are Being mobilized int'o "fighting troop" units to guard the government's grain during .transportation, to prevent losses thru thievery or negligence. 'The authorities said the experi- again that recurrent "reports of ment with juvenile volunteers" on cannibalism were ridiculous. one railroad alone had saved thoii- In the North Caucasus, another j sands of tons for the government region which in the last year has admittedly suffered from food dif- is visiting her faculties, the farmers also halfe delivered their grain to the government, altho the pace is slower. The official version was ..that the farmers lack working hands to^iarvest and thresh the exceptionally rich Mesdam«s Wilbur Howen, Minard crop there. RisdaL Oert I. Holland. 0. • T. Molde, Ole Hanson, " . H. Larsen, Marshall Hanson. L. L- Bakka. George Sather. "and Maggie Hegland of Koland. Mrs. Adrian Ran- kiB. Zearing; Mrs. Harold T. Carver. Fort Dodge; and Mrs. Gehard Amdall of McCaiirburg. Attend Family Reunion Sunday Mr. and Mrs. j. and Mr. and Mrs. . of Roland were in Sunday where they J. Thompson J. Thompson Marshalltown attended the Thruout the country, labor is being mobilized for the harvest, while construction jobs and various industrial undertakings are allowed to lapse for the moment. Private as well as state-owned automobiles in Moscow. Kharkov and other cities are being mobilized forcibly to assist in carrying workers to the harvest fields. The entire picture of the Soviet union is a nation at work on the farms— the focal point of all endeavor oth- j er than necessary utilities and nence it was decided to extend the idea to all railroads, with the youngsters protecting the nations bread on the way as well as at stations and in warehouses. Question Box sem-Knutson and Kleaveland clan held at Riverview park there. The address of the day was~giv-» en by the Rev. G. O. Thompson of Colo and Dr. A. C. Conaway of Marshalltown extended the welcome. The reunion in 1934 will be held at New Sharon. MARRIAGE LICENSES interest is being focused on aiding the gathering of grain. The government is emphasizing its intention to keep faith with the j peasants by collecting only the quotas previously set, leaving a considerable surplus in the hands of the peasants to dispense as they see fit. The first grain harvested must go to the government, after which Q "'"". ana pleasing Is this simple graceful flare. And easily made or In dimity or handkerchief linen with its fitted lines and' in the materials suggested' a foundation of ftquircs 2 yards of SS-'lnch'^a't'erlar T^M 8 ;. 8> " and U slze 10 •MulresSU yards 1U inrh.. ."I T ° finlsh w <th a bias binding «r wi, Bjousseline de sole. Designed in t ' i ncl on yards 1H inches wide. To secure a patlern and simple sewing chart ^ this sketch and mall It to Julia Boyd, t B« sure to enclose, on a separate sheet of your site, thtv number of this pattern nam« of this newspaper. model, tear out > cents In coin, name, full nddrcsn, • »nd mention thi» NEVADA — Licenses to were issued in the office of the. clerk of the district court here to the foDowlng couples: Ernest. Richard Beach, Ames, 20, and Herma Stensland, Roland. 18 Elmer James Williams, 4S and Sarah Edna Jensen, 49. both of Nevada. BOONE — , The following Ames couple has secured a license to wed here: Eimcr Rath, 24, and Leone Lev,- Is the remaining crop is divided up among members of the collective farm, in the case of the collectivized peasant. A reserve is also set Q. What is the exact period of the President's Eeemployment Agreement? A. From August 1, 1933. to December 31. 1933. "or until any earlier date of approval of code of fair cojnpetition." Q. What precedent has been established for self-government of industries? A. All codes approved provide for ^planning and supervisory committees of the industry with additional members named by NRA, to make recommendations for future changes in all phases of the industry's problems. Q. What is the final authority on the codes AMERICA* BAK CHEIES CUMMINGS (Continued from Page One.) | from or nature of our government , or the established order. The law of the land is still the law of the land." j A few hours earlier United States Senator Patrick McCarran of Nevada had assailed the administra- I lion for assuming dictatorial pow- Urg contrary to the fundamentals [of JeffersonTan democracy. "Every power entrusted to the president has been conferred by the people," Cummings declared in answer to Sen. McCarran. "It will be exercised within the letter and the spirit of the organic law. "Emergency legislation as such will end when the emergency ends. Congress neither abdicated shirked its rights or duties." guilty by court martial Wednesday night on charges of violation of the espionage act. Osman -as sentenced to dishonorable_ discharge and two years at year*, mon>. hard labor. H« was loed *nd forfeits all pay durlo* hit iod of imprisonment, u ^f flat is not paid. Osman must serve H nor U. S. Soldier Found Guilty of Espionage FORT SHERMAN, Canal Zone. <U.E)—Corporal Ralph Osman, of the United States army, was found CHICKENS Mac's Alwayj H?» Them! FRIES I4c — HENS loc Dressed on order. All orders in before 11:30 a m will havo * chance on the FREE CHICKEN. ' T. A. Moore received the free chicken last Saturday. FARMERS: We pay highest prices on cream, egga and poultry. Mac's Dairy-Poultry Mkt. 215 Fifth—Phone 142 your 20. J UST when the government gcta busy on its program to promoto employment, I'o,stmaM.or • .General Farley takes the other cour.se. HP.'S n;:i ,'n promote unemployment-and a lot of II.-among Republican post- maste.vs Answers to Test Questions B«low are the answers to the test questions printed on page 1. 1. Frances Hodgson Burnett. 2t Emilb Zola. 3. William Shakespeare. 4. Henry Bacon. R. Montreal, Canada. j 6. Not nscessarlly. i 7. Wisconsin. 1 S. ;ir.,OW. less 15 prr rent at pr sent. , 9. Robert. Hurna. 10, A. The president is the final authority. Q. Will the administration issue i regulations definitely classifying the various industries?A. No. Q. May workers be employed by more than one factory? A. No (see conditions of PreSi- dent's approval of cotton textile code). Q. Should professional societies present, codes. A. Yes; national in scope. Q. Whart. factors are considered In establishing minimum wage standards? A. The objectives ore increase of purchasing power of the mnss of th« ppoplp; to rai:*e. \\'flKos snf- Hclent In fad to provide de.ront living standards for (lie employee ji"u! his dopejulenis In Hie locality I In which ho ro*U1e>> A WORD TO MOTHERS RITE-WAY FOOD STORES MARSHALLTOWN DIVISION Prizes Effective Friday and Saturday, September 1 & 2 S chool means one thing to tta chitSrtn. It means several other things to you. Some mothers who read this advertisement most prepare lunches for the children to carry. A)] must prepart to meet the "hunger M*tT after school • ' „.. Also, you'll now have extra time to prapaia new salads, desserts, etc. You'll want to bah* more, and different things. Here is a "sample list" of items you'H' want for the Attractive Green • ft* CEREAL BOWL With 2 packages Jack Sprat RICE FLAKES (or R GROCER PENCIL With Each Pound R GROCER COFFEE lib. 25 1 .WAXED PAPER DUooTid Br»n<!-40 foot »1L PEANUT BUTTER jj*j p ™ fc SODA CRACKERS GOLDEN SYRUP J»ck s P r»t-« iow» CRYSTAL WHITE SYRUP j.cks Pf . MILK J»ek Sprat Ermpormted. T»H e»ni.___ OLIVES J»ck Sprat Select Qattni. OLIVES J»ck Spr»t Staffed Mai«anUl«j_ sp»t- <*<*<* ^ th «*•*• "^ tajatto since SALTED PEANUTS J«k sprat Ftncyspwiih RICE Choic* Blue Bow SALAD DRESSING J«k s P r»t-rich with «!* FIG BARS Oven frtsh—for »cho«] lunches TOMATO SOUP Jack Sprat. R««uUr can. SPAGHETTI PEACHES JMk Sprtt Ttttow CHnn. MUSHROOMS Piec» _.__ PUMPKIN No. 2 thw. Jick Sp«!~conetntr*«*«l jvtot PEAS Swtet Variety. NnriMek __._„_____ . COFFEE Good Cheer—lailitr and economy combined BABY RUTH BARS p«*y .fa. BISCUIT FLOUR £* »»«*• »«*• «* noney i u noy i ;-,—., , PANCAKE FLOUR Ja<* Sprtt,» treat bi t b. c LUX FLAKES *« «*» UM~~ __;: ' 2 rolls....?£ Pint jar.... : 2 Ibs.. :...-.> Sib. tin..... Slb.tin 3 cans 8}foz.jar.. 854 or. jar., lOoz. «ack.. 3 Ibs Quart jar..;. 21bs......:. 2 cans 2 cans No. V/t can. 2oz. can... 2 cans...... 2 cans llb.pk*.... 6 for....... 15c 19e 24e 27c 31/Slbs...... Large size.. 19c 15c 25e 10c| 17c 25c. 25c 15c 19c 19e lOc 19c 25c 19c 5c 24c 19c 23c PENCIL TABLETS R. Grocer— 300 Sheets Each . . .'. FREE! 5c R GROCER PENCIL WITH EACH TABLET! ~s Re-Can Mayflower Brand Fruits and Berries! Save Time, Save Money/ and Have Better Spreads and Sauce! PEARS Bartletts. No.lOcan49c" PEACHES No. 10 can LOGANBERRIES .. No.iocan 49c RED CHERRIES Pitted .NO. 10 can 59«| BLACKBERRIES ... No.io«n 47c GOOSEBERRIES ... No.iocan 59e! RASPBERRIES No.lC.can 63c APRICOTS N K £1 V •a i. r. 3d .§' Selected Fresh Fruits & Vegetables You will always find a choice selection of Fruits and Vegetables reasonably priced at all Rite- Way Stores BOYS/GIRLS/ Tune (n The Jack Sprat Smile Club WOC-WBO. 9:00 A. M.. Every Saturday MornlM Ttorsday.9t«)ft.M. Twsdty. WedM^y. FrMiy. Irian McOonaMjs Marketta* 9:00 «TMT IPS sod Metro SoMwttoos. Ftvorta Forts of FatnoosM&t. DATES Jack Sprat fresh pack, sani- - tary cellqphane packages. £_ Pounds KAFT CHEESE Brick, Pimento. American. '/: -lb. package RITE-WAY FOOD STORES M GROCERY PEYTON GROCERY i 214 Main Street—Phone 29 2902 West Street—Phone 337 NEARBY RITE WAY STORES Swanson's Rite-Way Grocery. .NEVADA | R.gtore NAPIER John Michaelson ROLAND !,._„,, « i. o» nAii/roi>f««. r _ __..- • Harry • Oasb Store ..... CAMBRIDOB James Grocery COLO Shugart Rite-Way Groc McCALLSBORG Ing;WlUd Madison ••"-• ZEAEINO Collins Rite-Way Groc COLLINS Ritc W *J Qroc STRATFORD Austad Rite-Way Groc. GARDEN CITY Haunt'i Rit«-Way Groo.... KUBBA^D

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