Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on September 7, 1933 · Page 7
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 7

Ames, Iowa
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Thursday, September 7, 1933
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"BUT BITTO DT JJCEI DAILY TMIUKE AXE!. IOWA, THITIBDAY, SKPTKMBEE 7,1935. 101 FARMERS' UNION TO MECT National President To Speak at session DBS MOINEB, <UJ?)—Tb« principal speaker for the annual convention ,oi the Iowa Farmer*' Union here Sept. 20-22 probably will be National President John A. Simpnon, according to tentative plans Thursday. The convention will be th* seventeenth annual meeting of low* Farmers' Union member*, State President G. B. Miller, Oskaloota, announced. He anticipates attendance of more than 1.500 delegate* and members. No contest for offices of presl- dent, vice-president and" secretary treasurer appeared Ukely since no nominations have been filed In opposition to Miller, .John Chalmers of Madrid and .Robert H. Moore, West Branch. Offices of three members of the state board of directors must be filled due to expiring terms. The convention probably will adopt resolutions stating views of the Iowa Farmers Union on national and state legislation as well as on organization and policies of government. Miller said. Simultaneous with -the Farmers' Union convention the annual business meeting of the organization's auxiliary will be held. Miller announced. Scheduled meetings also include the union's fraternal organization, the Farmers Union Service and Oil associations and other associated organizations. Numerous visitors at the convention are expected from Minnesota. Nebraska, and other nearby states, Miller said. Kratchel to Speak at Dairy Day Event SLATER— Lieutenant-Governor N. G. Kraschel of Iowa will address the throngs at the annual Dairy Dfcy celebration here Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, climaxing a program of dairy judging, sports, music and other entertainment. Clyde Bechtelbeimer, secretary of the Iowa Creamery association, spoke during 'the afternoon. The program opened at 10 a. m. with a parade of dairy calves from 'be creamery to Nelson park led by the Slater band. Dairy Judging contests followed. After a basket dinner at noon, the calves were judged and the Hon. Oley Nelson spoke. Ball games, a band concert, stunts by the DeLofto troupe of girl gymnasts and acrobats under direction of C. E. Daubert of Ames, music by the 4-H club orchestra and moving pictures rounded out the day's activities. Russian Movie to Be Shown in De* Moines-Thursday "Ten Days That Shook the World," the famons motion picture based on the Russian revolution as described In the book of that name by John Reed, will be shown at the Jewish Odd Fellows temple in De* Moines -Thursday evening. The International Labor Defense is sponsoring the showing. The temple is located at Third and Crocker. Cafe Fire Causes Slight Damage Wed. STATE CENTER — Oil dripping from a stove in the kitchen of Campbell's cafe here caught fire and brot out the fire department about 4 o'clock Wednesday-Vter- aoon. The- flames were extlnguishe i with chemicals before any water was turned on. Only slight damage resulted. COPPERHEAD HID IN HAY HADLET, Mass., OJJ!>—A 28- inch copperhead snake was hidden in an armful of hay which Luther Barstow picked up In his barn: The snake made no disturbance until the hay was dropped, then it was speedily killed. Bright Spots Business By UNITED PRESS Homestake Mining Co. declares an extra dividend of |1 and regular monthly dividend of $1. Burroughs Adding Machine Co. report* for *ix month* ended June 30 a net profit of 455,902, against $403,148 in the first half of 1932. Alaska Jtlneau Gold Minting Co. estimates August profit at $216.500 against $101,700 in. August, 1932. F. W. Woolwbrth Co. reports 1 ^ f a 'f s « *20,356,705, or 11.5 0^7^ h l gher than s^es of »8--43,73 in August, 1932. American T^one & Telegraph Co. report* j,,| y Mt op . eratmg income of $13374*3 aains335508 ,„ 7 Answers to Test Questions Below are thee answers to the test question, printed on page one 1 Impulsive stealing due to mental impairment. 2. French. President Monroe. Radio singer. Vulcan. In 1883. Tlift rush Copra. Shakespeare. I. 5. 6. 7. S. r>. 10. REAP THE WANTS GET STYLISH FALL PATTERNS IN GAY COLORS THAT WONT WASH OUTI 64x60 THREAD COUNT FOR LONG WEAR. 36 INCHES WIDE! Wards Famous Silvania /ri r.v *>>^* #&&* '.v.N y XT $&SBJ$$ Flat Crepe : AH .ilk. solid cat on or print*. New fall designs. J* inches wide. S»re! 81x99 Sheets _-_*» pwtjm 89c Firm, smooth, fully bleached. Haid Jtorn, and hemmed. i No filling. Vabu*! Pillow Cases j each Actually improrft with laundering ! i Soft, white mnslin. ,42x36 in, Valnes! Rayon Taffeta 4 Wart Yilmi 35C Yd For dnperie*. spread*, piZtoin. Bay yoars now—this is aH we can get at this low price. Gold, old rote, peach, orchid and •ther colon. 3? inches wide. Men's 25C Tr Cotton toes and heels . . . lisl* ribbod top*. A»i sorted pattern*. Uniostsuits $orMft I* Mta ! Only 59C rLight or medium •weight cotton. Rib cuff and ankle. I Cream, white. 3644. Men's Skips A WWrf VO(M.' v^C Pr Strong duck uppers, ribbed to« I g n a r d s and toe' 1 caps, instep stays. SLIPOVERS Fir Mm «N/ ton! $1.69 AH pore wool tweaters in assorted styles. New fall colors. Bny Now! E?K |VaV. Special, indeed this is, when you can make a dress for less than half a dollar! A smart one too! These prints are well designed—look distinctive—come in Fairs favorite colors. And the fabric is sturdy—Tubbing them is easy—they always come up as bright as before. Patterns and colors galore to choose from: Plaids, in fall colors. Florals, bright on dark backgrounds. Geometric designs—New, Modern! Florals, white silhouettes on bright back* ground. Choose your favorite—have a dress that's different! V Yd. Treasure" Prints 25c Sauil, usart designs on a that looks like wo*l cfcalli*. Lend* itself well t* fall fashions. Tub- fast »Uri. 34-in. wide. Yard The Bent in Fashion—tcUh Real Economy SHOES For Fall! Thi« new foor eyelet tie" with Bottlerard heel in aoft brown calf—jnat the shoe to wear with woolens and tweed*. And for dreM a black kid pump with a Loou heeL Such style—for inch a price! A T O*T/ Star Fall Colon lit near Golden Crest Silk Hose Five million Golden Crest "fan*" will prick up their cars at this new*! Neu> Fall colon— for yonr new cloth**. Smoketonei Greytone! Dark taupe! Deep Brown! Beigetone and others equally smart—«ee them all! Pnresilk, fall fashioned hose, Luxurious picot top*, CHIFFON or SERVICE weights. HANrTliOflON, Chamberlain'i.. 45c ITALIAN BALM .... ; 33c FOOTLIOHT Honey & Almond Or 29c MELLO-GLO Face <Powder . 94c FACE POWDER, Pond's 44c PALMCO-QIL SOAP 6c LIFEBUOY SOAP 8c LUX SOAP 8c PURE CASTILE SOAP I9c MUO SOAP 5c ANTI3EPTO 59c LAVORIS 45c ZONITE 50c MINERAL OIL, genuine 59c COD-LIVER OH, 79c SHAVINa CREAM, Ingram's ... 35c SHAVING SET, Mennen's 39c BABY TALC, Mennen's Borated. 19c BEST TOOTH PASTE 29c Spread Geer and AJJ Value to Your Home at low cost! Wards PAINTS and VARNISHES MARPROOF VARNISH 90c Qt. Dries in 4 hours. Equal in every way to best varnish made. One gallon eorers 400-600 sq. ft. WALLPAIJW $1.95 Gal. A flat finish paint that dries overnight, it washable and lasts for year*. SEMI-GLOSS PAINT $2.50 GaL Use anywhere inside! Ofe metal, wood or plaster. Fine soft gloss paint, •sy to apply, washable. Wards bought 15,000 of these mattresset months ego at rock bottom prices. Right now $27.50 is a fair price/ Innerspring Mattress Full Size Only Here's how we made this price .possible; we bought when the faraotu maker aeeded business! Sine* then, Material price* are op 50%—and going higher! We can't duplicate thit sensational vatic! 299 cout finest Premier spring wire.' Pare felted eottonnphohterlnt. Cover of fashionable medallion damask with wttven-in design in pastel colon! Roll taped edge. Button tufting. Screen ventilator*. A $27.50 value. Bny now—and save! Double Deck COIL SPRING For perfect rest, 140 coil* with 2 stabilizer* to prevent side-sway, flexible helical top for added comfort. Ftdl drop frame, and baked-on orchid enamel finish. Mattress and Spring Combination .95 RJU. SIZE ONLY think of the Biggest Blanket \alne\onEterBonghtt C+mtfmre It WUh The»e Three Pomml Smtce*-B+m*4 Bjsmmttott BLANKETS ' "-" *—'""" Warn without weight!—and foil euse 66 x 80-in, Yoall like the «oft pastel colors The fall 3-inch sateen^boand ends that «<M to their "expensive" appe«raoce. Yomll wTint to buy several at this Ward valv» price! Such a low price can't last! Bettor •hop early . . don't miss this value! A Value Achievement in Look* and Wear! Men's OXFORDS $249 Pr. Perhaps never again at $1.98 — for leather is UP! Black calf grain, plain toe with oak leather ontsole and leather h«eL Goodyear welt eonitrnetion. Meal Here's Value! Bt*ck Elk, Ml-Cut WORK SHOES 98 tlM bays a I*t *f value in this » h • « ! Cram leather inaelaa. ^ «*k leather AkUb- sole .. rabber •atsolc. Nailed and aewa c*a- strnction. CI«th lined I v a m p. Comlortahl* plain toe. W A R D 327 Main Street Phone 15) Ames, Iowa

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