Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on September 14, 1933 · Page 6
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BCTTEK 1* Urar *MES DAILY TF.IBTTHB TIMES. 4W58. IOWA, THtTlSDAT, fEFTKBIBSR J*. : Society: Jean Du Mont and < Richard Booker Art Wed A wedding of Interest in college and military circles here is that of Miss Jean Du Mont, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Du Mont of Des Moines, and Lieut. Richard C- W. Booker, son of Col. Philip Booker of Ames which took j>lac« Wednesday morning in D CB Molne*. The ceremony' was performed at 9 o'clock in the St. Luke's Episcopal church. The attendants were Miss Jean Guthrie of Chicago, Miss'Marine Kelley of Des Moines, bridesmaids, Philip Du Mont, best man and Brig Gen. Charles G^ahl and Major R. M-. Wightman of Ames, ushers. The groom, who attended Iowa State college, is now a lieutenant in the United States air corps and stationed at Langley Field, W. Va. Attending the ceremony from Ames were: Col. and Mrs. Philip Booker, Major and Mrs. R. M. Wightman. Capt. and-Mrs. Harry W. Hill, Capt. and Mrs. Matlack, Major and Mrs. Harry J. Juzek. and Lieut, and Mrs. Francis M. Day. « «• * Rotary Club Holds Dinner Meeting The first meeting of the new year of the Ames Woman's Rotary club was held Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Ida Baldus, 618 Crawford avenue. Sixteen members were present. The delightful dinner was served at 6:30 and a short business meeting with Miss Pearl Clayton, president, in charge, followed. Other new officers for the coming year are. Miss Frances Warner, vice-president, Mrs. Claude Smith, secretary; Miss Gertrude N. Morris, treasurer, Mrs. H. J. Osborn, press correspondent. Committee chairmen are: Mrs. Florence Freese, membership; Mrs. Walter S. Grove, social; Mrs. E. E. Everts, flower; Mrs. Flora M. J. Sexton, program^ The later evening was spent socially. The hostess committee for evening was Miss Ida Baldus, chairman, Miss Lottie Bums and Miss Myrtle Lanning. Golf Association Postpone* Meeting The regular meeting of the Women's Golf association was not held Wednesday -morning at the country club due to the inclement •weather. Announcement of the winners of the week's golf tournament for women which was to have been made at this time could not be made as the tournament has CALINDAB Thursday M. E. Aid. Rebekah Lodge. Congregational Ladies Aui. Gebaj Council. Christian Aid. Pocahontas Club Postponed Lutheran Aid. Coll. M. E. Missionary. Friday Fortnightly Club. Cleraan Club. Cosmopolitan Country Club. W. R. C. Tea. Rebekah Circle. Harmony Club. Twentieth Century Club. U. B. Reception. sot been completed weather. due to the Nevada Society, N^ws mnd Pmrtonml* Methodist Aid To Meet Friday The Ladies aid of the Methodist church will meet in the church parlor^ Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. An interesting program has been planned and members are requested to bring sewing. Supper will be served at 5 o'clock. <s» «. <8- Y. M. C. C. Holdi Dinner Meeting The Y. M. C. C. of the Methodist church held its monthly social and dinner meeting in the church basement Monday evening. During the business session, Mrs. O. L. Poehlein was elected president of the class, Mrs. H. G. Kruwell, secretary and Virgil Ray. chairman of the membership committee. Mrs. Vivan Larson will be the permanent class teacher. H. G. Kruwell was presented a box of candy in honor of his birth day and Mrs. Don Furrer also celebrated her birthday at this time. The< refreshment committee was composed of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Marshal), chairman, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Conder, Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Smallridge, Mr. ana Mrs. Homer E. Jacobs. The entertainment committee included Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Kruwell, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stevens. Notice To . Rainbow Member* . I Air present and past members of the Order of Rainbow for Girls. Eastern Star and Masons who have articles for the Rainbow girls rummage sale are asked to call Virginia Akin, chairman, at phone cumber 2074, or to deliver them to place of sale . To Entertain Harmony Club Mrs. W- Craig stephenson will he hostess Friday to members of the Harmony club at a l o'clock luncheon at ber home on Blackwood circle. This is the firs, meeting of the new club year. County Society News Entertains Prairie Center Ladies Aid The Prairie Center Ladies aid was entertained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Frank K.EOX and Mrs. Richardson at the Richardson home near Jordan. Mrs. Raymond Fitch, president was in charge of the business session and at this time new officers were elected. They are: Mrs. Arthur Doran, president; Mrs. Robert Bennett, vice-president; Mrs. William Curvin," secretary; Mrs. J. B. Brown, treasurer. Mrs. Rob- Rebekah Circle To"Ho!d Meeting .rSay ffte ILfo] -«t Bennett and Mrs Lawerence Mrs C. V. McGriff, 1207 Duff av .! Sparks were named the calendar enue. assisting -hostesses are, Miss Ethel McGriff and Mrs. C. E. Gore. A good attendance is desired. <* <s> Meeting of District Lecturers' Association The District Lecturers' association will confer the third degree at a meeting to be held in Maxwell Friday, Sept 15. All Master Masons are invited. <&<>«<. Reception For Pastor and Family A reception will be held in the United Brethren church Friday. evening at 8 o'clock for the new pastor, the Rev. J, F. Uhlenhopp and family. An interesting program ' has been planned for the evening and all members of the church and friends are extended a cordial invitation. Twentieth Century Club to Hold Meeting The Twentieth Century club •«"ill be entertained Friday afternoon at 2:30 by Mrs- E- C. Brown at her home, 609 Seventh street. Harriott's Trip Cost Million Franc* PARIS (U.P>— A report of the taxpayers' bill of M. Herriott's trip to America has just been published by the French journal, "L'Eclair de 1 Est. ' It records traveling expenses and sundries 116,000 francs, recep- l'n°nnn a f the Wa shington embassy, 40.000 francs; traveling expenses on board the French liner, 892.000 francs — totaling 1.048.000 francs. The newspaper adds that the trip was absolutely useless Not Just Another committee. The program for the afternoon was under the direction of Mrs. E. J. Henderson and refreshments •were served during the social hour. <& <£> $? Hold Birthday Celebration Saturday A group of friends gathered in Brookside park in Ames Sunday for a picnic in honor of the birthday anniversary of Miss Janet Cullen of Jordan. \ The picnic supper was followed . by a special time. ' j Those attending vere: The Misses Janet Cullen and Mary Sellers of Des Moinef, Clara. Elva and Ann Brown, and Loren Brown, all of .Jordan; Raymond Slater, Hilton Briggs. Loren Airy and Kenneth Higgins of Ames. 'i' <& <S> .. Celebrates Fourth Birthday Mrs. Henry Peterson entertained agrouporchildren and adults j at a dtllfc-htful party S«tur<l*y «f ternoon at her home in Gilbert in honor of the fourth birthday anniversary of her daughter. Betty Jo. The fuetts were: Jackie Wierson. Story City; M»rUya "McGuire. Katheryn Holmes, Louell* Hanson, Charles Peterson, Gloria Wakefield, Junior Johnson. Laurel Jean Peterson, Norman Johnson, Buddy Riney. Virginia Johnson, Arthur Martin. Bobby Sanders. Mrs. Lester Johnson. Mrs. Ed. Holmec. Mrs. Hans Peterson. Mrs. Orlin Askelson. and Mrs. T. K. Smith of Gilbert. « * * Entertain At Fartw«ll Party A group of relatives gathered at the J. B. Brown home in Jordan Sunday for a party in honor of Mrs. E. W. Sparks and son Warren of Lake Nebagamon Wis., ybo were returning to their home in the near future after a visit 1n the the community. Following the dinner the afternoon hours were spent socially. W. Sparks and son Warren, Wisconsin; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barr, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. George Givens, Mrs. Hugh Givens and children, Mrs. Horace Brown and George, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Air- ingdale. Mrs. Cora Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thacker and Betty. Russel Brown, Charlotte Ann Goodrich. Esther Landing all of Boone: Mrs. Meria Brown, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. John Airingdale and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Atchison .and Joyce Elaine of Jordan. ' * ^. *•. • " Group Enjoys Picnic Courtesy A group of 30 relatives enjoyed a picnic Sunday at."the Ledges state park. The affair was given in honor of the christet-ing of the baby son, Robert Allen, of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Henderson, of Gilbert. The child was christened Sunday morning by the Rev. C. J. Henderson at services in the Prairie Center church near Jordan. Farm Bureau And 4-H Clubs Farm Bureau Leaders Meet Eight leaders from Washington and Franklin townships attended the first meeting of the new Story county farm bureau women's project, held Wednesday in the Ames public library auditorium. Women this year are taking up the first year home management under direction of Miss Fannie Gannon, specialist from the Iowa State college extension service. The subject of Wednesday's meeting was "fretting the Most from your Kitchen Equipment,"' and^the leaders report that the topic is extremely interesting. The lesson will be -.carried to other farm bureau women in the count? thru follow-up meetings at which the leaders will preside-,.and/present the work. " Those who received the lesson Wednesday were Mrs. Fred Randau, Mrs. Chet Person, Mrs. H. H. Gaulke, and Mrs. E: O. Robinson, Washington township: Mrs. Edith Campbell, Mrs. J. M. Kuhn. Mrs. Sam Allen, Mrs. Ira Matthews, Franklin township. Accounts of Sk Iowa Institutions Arc Scrutinized DBS M01NES <UJR> — Account* of six state institution* w«r» being checked this week under the new Iowa centralized auditing plan passed by the Iowa general assembly last winter. Included in the list were the Unl. versity of Iowa at Iowa City, the Iowa school for blind at Vinton, the state reformatory at Anamosa, Iowa State college at Ames and the state hospital at Mt. Pleasant. Work was started early this week on records at the state prison at Ft. Madison, State Auditor C. W. Storms announced. One of the most intricate sets of records of all state institutions Is necessary at the prison because of the varied industries carried on within its boundaries, .Storms said. Work of the department after Jan. 1 will- be divided into three divisions under the new law. Storms explained. Accounts will be, examined for counties, cities and schools in one division, state offices and departments will form a second division and the third will consist of a group of 60 or more Iowa building and loan associations, that may be audited by the department or hire outside auditors at their own discretion. One of the best features of the new plan viV be the opportunity to organize a uniform method of accounts in all phases of the state and local government. Storm* said. Most important in the state auditing plan accounts rrill be the public school records which heretofore largely have been handled by outside auditors. Storms said. Filipinos Mav Vote in Independence Plan MANILA, P. I. <tl£>—The Insular house of representatives Thursday passed a modified bill calling for a vote by the people on acceptance or rejection of the Hare-Hawes-Cutting act -to grant independence to the Philippines In 10 years. The vote was 48 to IS. The bill went to the senate. The Pelbescite bill passed by the house set Oct. 30 as date of the election and would permit women to vote for the first time in insular history. HIGHWAY BOA1D APPlOVtt PROJECTS (Continued from P«$« One) Henry county: 22 box culverts and extensions on road No. 133 from Oakland Mills northeast into Mt. Pleasant, to Fred W. Guenther, Burlington, $21,565.35. Cherokee county: 10 pipe culverts and one I-beam bridge on road No. 21 from Cherokee north into Larrabee, to Humphrey and Son, Cherokee, $12,669. Davis county: Four pipe culverts and extensions, and 32 box culverts on U. S. road No. 63 from the Wapello county line south into Bloomfield. to G. Jordan.. Centerville. and C. H. Kearns, Falrfield. $15.670. Delaware county: Three box cul. verts, three pipe culvert* and three I-beam bridges on road No. 116 from U. 3. road No. 20 south, to Waugh and Tackman, Clarksville, Iowa, $6,465. Paving Contract* The following paving contracts were awarded: Adams county: .315 mile on road No. 14S in Corning, to Amodeo Paving company, Des Moines, $10,992.70. Davis county: 10.581 miles of TJ. S. road No. 63 from Bloomfield north to the Wapello county line, to Union Construction company, DCS Moines. $268,747.25. Hancock-Winnebago counties: .653 mile of Forest City connections with road "o. 9 and No. 15, to Booth and Olson, Inc., Sioux City, $17,291.25. O'Brien county: 2.044 miles on U. S. road No. IS thru Sheldon and east, to Booth and Olson, Inc., Sioux City, $41,495.50. Sioux county: 4.064 miles on U, S. road No. 75 from the Plymouth county line north into Maurice, to Booth and Olson, Inc., Sjoux City, J100.657.43. Winnebago county,: .294 mile on roads No. 9 and No. 15 in Forest City, to Booth and Olson, Inc., Sioux City. $9,242.80. Graveliofl Contract* The following' graveling contracts were awarded 1 . .Decatur county: 1.479 miles on BLUE BEACON Is Coming? road N». 258 from Van Wert east to U. S. road Xo. *5, to Harvey Sand and Gravel company. Harvey, Iowa, $4,101.24. Plymouth-Sioux counties: 14.172 miles on road No. 33 from U. S. road No. 76 northeast to Alton, to J. H. Hartsell, Early, Iowa, $3,318.0«. Union-Ringgold counties: 2.036 miles on road No. 260, from Shannon City east to road No. 169. to Harvey Sand and Gravel company. Harvey, Iowa. $4,936.58. Grading Contracts The following contracts for grading were awarded: Ringgold-Taylor counties: 10.725 miles of road No. 25 from road No. 3 south to Blockton and north to ClearfieJd, to Martin Wunderlich, Jefferson City, Mo., $69,217.43. Lee county: 9.714 miles on road No.. 16 from the Des Moines county line westerly thru Denmark, to Burch Construction company, Albia. $34.463.44. Henry county: 3.985 miles on road No. 133 from Mt Pleasant to" Oakland Mills, to Burch Construction company, Albia, $19,857.08. Cherokee cjunty: 6.584 miles on road No. 21 from road No. 5 north into Larrabee, to Martin Wunder- licb, Jefferson City, Mo., $45.309.30. Dubuque county: 8.843 miles on road No. 188 from Cascade northwest to Worihington, to Grlffls Brothers, Minneapolis, Mian., $47,754.04. Dubuque county: 6.136 miles road No. 183, from Worthlngton to Dy- ersvllle, to Grlffis Brothers, Minneapolis, Minn., $30,423.58. Delaware county: 1.561 miles on road No. 116 from Fish Hatchery north to U. S. road No. 20. to '. V. Fleckenslein. Cedar Rapids, $9,064.92. Iowa county: .598 mile on road No. 2.09 from road No. 149 into Conroy. to F. T. Patik, Cedar Rapids, $3,077.58. Hancock county: For grading in connection with overhead span over Milwaukee railroad and U. S. road No. 18 west of Garner, to I. 0. Florence and company, Thompson, Iowa; $11,439.60. The highway Commission rejected all bids on three projects, which were up for contract Tuesday, and is readvertising them for the next letting,"September 26. These were: Jones county: Grading 4.085 miles of roaff No. 38 from road No. 117 north into Center Junctipn, including 129,314 cubic yards of excavation, and furnishing and in- FAOITVtEB stalling 700 fe»t of culvert pipe. Ringgold-Taylor counties: Bridf* and culvert work on road No. IS from road No. 3 south into Blockton and north to Clearfield. Floyd county: Reflooring two high truss spans and- constructing two biidge approaches on U. 8. road No. 18 In Charles City. Ladies of Ontario Church BENEFIT AUCTION SALE! Saturday, 1 p. m. Knight's Sale Barn NRA OFFICE HOURS City Clerk's Office Monday r. 8:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. Tuesday 8:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. Wednesday 8:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. 5 Thursday 8:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. 2 Friday.... 8:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. £ Saturday 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 M. £ OPEN ALL NOOK HOURS '£ .•..-,-. £ The office is open continuously from 8:00 a. m. to £ 5:00 p. m. each day except Saturday. Saturday 8:00 * a, m. to 12:00 noon. y ' r This schedule is adopted in order to conform with the £ provisions of NRA and to give the .public, a maximum -# of service. Public is served 49 hours per week. # A. B. MAXWELL, 5 City Clerk-Auditor £ *XX!ttSXXX3SXXXXXXXX3«^^ for it on Talking Picture of Mr. Hutton I NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC A razor blade shortage —and its cause "1 don't need Almee Semple Me* Pherson Hutton ... I don't need my woman" . . . Yes, those wer« the very words of David M. Hutton, estranged husband ot tht California evangelist, when b« reached New York to begin » vaudeville tour. Hore you see him bnsy. on the telephone soon aft»r Ma arrival. But a wonderful modern medicine which acts upon the conditions which CAUSE the pain. Take them regularly and you should suffer less and less each month. PERSISTENT USE BRINGS PERMANENT RELIEF. Sold at all good drug stores. Small size 301. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S TABLETS FOR RELIEF AND PKEKENTION Or PFRfODIC PAINS THE FAIR Unwise to question the wife's judgment- just look whom she married! There is no question about the new DRAPERY FABRICS Because 'hey add cheer, color and warmth to the home, beautiful in design, soft draping, rich shades. Damask, Weavecraft and Colonial Linen, full 50 in. wide, for the living room, dining room, bedroom and sun parlor. MAZING public' response—far tion is supervised with extreme care, exceeding our most optimistic We are pledged to a continuance of the highest standards of excellence, Expansion to meet present de- estimates—greeted Gillette's drastic price reduction. At this writing many wholesalers mand without lessening quality now is being attained. If your dealer is out of blades his stock should be replenished within a few days. In the meantime we ask your indulgence and trust you will have no difficulty in finding a store which has Gillette, Probak and Valet AutoStrop blades. and retail dealers are out of stock. The factory cannot keep pace with demand. The reason for this is very simple, Quality must be maintained at any cost. This instruction is law in our factory. In fact—today inspection is even more rigid than ever. Each opera- Gillette, Probak and Valet AutoStrop Blades Now 5 >" 10 >° 49* NOTE TO DEALERS: o . . . Post Toasties— alway; fresh/ crisp and deliciour In the special Individ ua! serving Wherever you order your break fast — hotel, restaurant, dining car — you'll find Post Toasties Packed especially in the individ ual-serving box that gives yoi just enough for one grand, deli cious helping. Order Post Toasties by name You'll love its crisp, flavory flake: —with milk or cream and sugar or with fruits or berries. Anc there's energy, too, in these toasted hearts of corn. Th< quick energy you need. If you are eating at hotels o; restaurants, look for PostToastiej on the menu— tomorrow! In the individual-serving package thai keeps it fresh and sweet anc crispy-good always. And whet at home, order the large size package at your grocer's. A product of General Foods. In our effort to fill a tremendous volume of orders and at the same time forward your adjustments as promised, deliveries of Gillette, Probafc and Valet AutoStrop blades are slightly behind. As soon as possible, consistent with the statements above, your shipment will go forward. * GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO. 10STON, MASSACHUSETTS

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