Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on September 20, 1933 · Page 6
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 6

Ames, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 20, 1933
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Arcadia Lodge Meeting Thursday Arcadia lodge No. 249, A. F and A. M. will meet in tlie lodge hall Thursday for practice. St. John'* Guild Meeting Thursday The guild and auxilary of St. John's Episcopal church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in the parish hall, Stan ton -and Lincoln This Is the first meeting of the year and all women of the parish are invited to be present. Mrs. Williams Is Hostess to M. W. Club Mrs. A. A. Williams was hostess recently to members of the M. W. club at her home, 1303 Kellogg avenue. This was the first meeting of the new club year. <* vs * 110 Attend F. T. A. Dinner Tuesday Ere Approximately 110 persons attended the Roosevelt Parent- Teacher association pot luck dinner held Tuesday evening at the school. Mrs. Lee W. Butler, chairman in charge of the affair! "Was assisted by a committee of eight. Following the dinner, the time was spent in an informal discussion of topics to &e considered in meetings during the year with the president, E. R. Henson, presiding. The person who inadvertently took home the ,wrong cover for a pyrei dish is asked to call Miss Kathryn Cooper, principal, at the schoolhouse, or Mrs. G. Gaessler, phone 1736. CALENDAR Wednesday Five Hundred Club /Tri-uelt Alliance. P. L. E. & F. Society. Laetus Club. Nonpareil Club. W. H. B. Club. . Unity Club. Central Circle. Iowa Council. Joyeaux Club. Knights Templar. R. N. A. 4071. Lone Star Club. V. F. W. Auxiliary. Thursday M. E. Missionary. Friday Yours aua Mine Club. U. B. Ladies Alt'. Christian Aid No. 1. Country Club Dinner. Pocahontas Club Third Ward Circle. Worth While Circle. Whittier P. T. A. Russell Avenue club. W. R. C. AMES PAII.Y TRIBTOfg TMM. AMES, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, Nevada Society N»ws mnd Christian Aid to . Sponsor Baby Show Members of the Ladies Aid society of the Nevada Church of Christ will sponsor a baby show and exhibit of old fashioned baby clothes, pictures and furniture in the auditorium of the cjburch Saturday afternoon. P:-izes will be awarded to the youngest baby, the heaviest baby, the baby brot tli^longeSt distance, the child with.the reddest hair, the child with' the baldest head, the youngest twins, the oldest twins, uid the oldesi grandmother, the youngest grandmother and the youngest mother present. Babies must be under two years of age and are to be at the church by 2:15 p. m. Saturday. First Meeting Is Pot Luck Luncheon The Russell Avenue club will hold its first meeting of the new ^ club year Friday in the" form of a pal, 1 o'clock pot luck luncheon at the w home of Mrs. C. V. Holsinger, 135 Russell avenue. Christian Aid To Quilt Thursday Division No. 1 of the Christian church Ladies aid will meet at the church Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock for quilting. W. R. C. to Meet Friday The W. R. C. will meet in regular session at the I. O. 0. F. hall Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. A good attendance is desired. U. B., Ladies Aid Meets Thurs. Mrs. W. 0. Ragsdale will be hostess to members of the Ladies Aid society of the United Brethren church Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at her home, 212 Walnut avenue. Mrs. Leon Ragsdale will assist the hostess. Mrs, Oliver To Be Hostess Thurs. Mrs. C. A. Oliver will be hostess Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at her homer 1203 Kellogg avenue, to members of the Poca- hontag club. Those attending are asked to bring their quilting need- tes and thimbles. ,. - ~. Third Ward Circle With Mrs. Bengstron The Third Ward circle of the Lutheran church will meet with Mrs. W. R. Bengston, i26 Lincoln Way, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Lutheran Church Group To Meet Thurs. The Worth While circle of the Lutheran church will meet -Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the church parlors with Mesdames George Peterson and McElyea serving as hostess, P. T. A. Group . To Meet Thursday The Y/hittier Parent-Teacher association will hold a Brunswick stew dinner Thursday evening at the school. The EeLofto troupe of girl acrobats and tumblers under the direction of Coach C. E. Daubert will, present a program at 5:30 o'clock and dinner will be served at- 6 o'clock. A short business meeting will be held later in the evening. Regular Country j j Club Cinner Thursday I The regular semi-monthly dinner and bridge: party for members of the Ames Golf and Country club will be held at the club Chouse Thursday evening at " 7 iFcTock with the following committe*-' iD .charge: Mr. and Mrs. A. .H. Kimball. chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. E> W. Lindstrom, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Friley, Mr. and Mrs. Fred White. Miss Edna Brown and Percy Brown. Reservations should be made not later than Thursday noon. Visitor From Indiana Honored Mrs. Mark Piper of Rochester Ind., who has been a guest in the home of her sister, Mrs. Claud Mora* here for the past two week was honored at a bridge partj given by her sister•»Friday. Two tables were arranged for the games <8> <§> « • Reception Planned For New Pastor Here A reception will be held in the social room of the Central Presby terian church here Friday evening fo. the Rev. Joseph M. Kennedy new 'pastor of the church, and Mrs- Kennedy. A 6:30 o'clock dinner will be fol lowed by a short program and mixer. All members and friends of the church are invited to attend and bring sandwiches, covered dish and table service. The committee in charge will provide meat and dessert. Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Mathison returned Tuesday evening from Chicago where they visited the World fair. Mrs. Ella Albaugh has returned to her home here following a visit in the home of her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Charles "reen, at Sutherland. Mr. and Mrs. James Russell and daughter; Patricia of Webster City were Sunday guests in the Harry L. Huddlestun home. . Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Montgomery and daughter, Helen Jane, are visiting at the home of her parents near .Burlington. They will also visit relatives, in Chicago before returning from the vacation trip. Mr. and Mrs! A. J. DeHart, who spent the past year with their son in Senaih, Mo., have returned to N. vada and are now located in the Burkhart property. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Handsaker and Mrs. Handsaker's sister, Miss Ruth Proctor, are now in Chicago where they are visiting relatives and attending the world fair. STRAW BABY IS 103 LONDON, (HE) — When Mrs. Christina Sowersby, of North Finchley, was six months old, she -,vas so delicate that she was put in a basket of straw and kept in front of a fire to keep her alive. Recently Mrs. Sowersby celebrated her 103rdTbirtftdav. "' Railroads to Fight Coal Rate Reduction DCS MO INKS <tr.E)—A recent reduction in raHroad nttei on Iowa-mined coal ordered by the low* board of railroad commissioners tvill receive opposition from railroads H was indicated Wednesday. Ten petitions asking for rehearing on the coal rate decision were on file with' the commissioners. The railroads contended the rat? cut was "unduly low," and that Jt constituted unjust discrimination in violation of Interstate commerce rulings. One coal mine located • at Madrid, also joined the railroad companies in seeking adjustment of the rates. Deer Leaped Over Precipice HOOD RIVER, Ore. <17J>)— Pursued by a cougar, a 170-pound deer. leaped to its death over a 200-foot precipice into the Columbia river near MJtch'ell Poin tunnel on the Columbia highway. WALLACE SEES UPWARD PRICE TREND (Continued from Page One) tion to the tune of one billion dol lars annually, but as a nation, she has a debtor psychology. "2. The American people, dem ocrats and republicans alike, are still essentially-high tariff in their attitude. Reciprocal tariff agreements negotiated "but the increase in foreign purchasing power resulting thereby will not be sufficient to enable foreign coun tries to pay a satisfactory price for our surplus wheat and cotton unless the attitude of the American people and American congressmen changes very'radically. People Disillusioned "3. The American people are disillusioned about lending money abroad and it will be difficult to float foreign loans in their present temper." Stating that "most of us who are operating the new deal are essentially old-fashioned in our understanding of economic Jaws," Wai- ace warned that "a creditor na- .ion, which insists on selling more abroad than it imports and which demands the payment of foreign debts to the last dollar while at he same time, it shrieks for high tariffs, is due for a terrific disillusionment" He declared few realized what effect the farm program was like- y to have on prices after the first f the year. "In the case of hogs, butter, cot- on and tobacco, we have done or re doing such fundamental things elating to supply that within a ew months the effects are bound o be apparent "Plowing under 10,000,000 acres f cotton and the slaughter of 5,300,000 little pigs would rightfully have been called insane in the pre-war world when the United States was a debtor nation. But in view of the fact that the United States is now a creditor nation with a high tariff, that she is trying to deal with nations with high tariffs, and that all of these nations with their barriers have succeeded in building up twice the normal stocks of fundamental raw materials, it would seem the part of wisdom for American farmers to^stop adding to the world surplus. "The farm prices which are improved this year are those for which reductions of supply are present or prospective." DKNISON (L'.E>—Iowa fire fighters were scheduled to bring their annual convention to -a close here Wednesday with election of officers and completion of unfinished convention business. The annual parade here Tuesday attracted one of the largest crowds in the history of Denison. More than 20.000 spectators lined the streets to watch an exhibition of drilling, led by the famous white horse shrine patrol of Sioux City. Included in the parade were 60 commercial floats prepared by Denison "business firms. Among the speakers on Tuesday's program were State Fire -Marshal J. W. Strohm and Capt. E. V. Lindquist of the state association's le&jBiaUve committee. Lindquist asked the delegates to support a measure in the Iowa legislature which , would allocate state revenue from fire insurance taxes to various fire departments of the state. which consisted of contests. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the social hour. f The aid will hold its next meet- Ing Sept. 27 at the home of Mrs. Roy Boyd. Hold Farewell Party Wednesday The Plus Ultra and Willing Workers Sunday-school classes of the Prairie Center church held a farewell party for the Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Henderson at the J. E. Brown home near Jordan Wednesday evening. A delicious picnic supper was served and the later evening was spent in games. Miss Ann Brown presented the honored guests with a gift. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Henderson, Margaret and George, the Misses Evelyn Engstrom. Irene Curvin. Helen Bentley, Shirley and Phyllis Bennett. Louise Sparks', lona Doran, Margie and Dorothy Samuelson, Ann and Clara Brown all of Jordan; Miss Zatha Musgrove, Gary, Ind.; Sherman Poh), Vernon Curvin, Dale and I Earl Hull, Carl Anderson, 'Ralph land Alva Knox, Leroy Walker, 'Loren, Dwigbt and Edwin. DES MOINES ;OI.E) — Errors in Keokuk county, official records involving $1,445.75 were revealed by examiners, records in the office cf State Auditor 'C. W. Storms showed Tuesday. Most of the errors were caused by mistakes in posting, the report showed. The report was made by Examiners Fred Lobberg and Harold Loeding. Recommendations by the examia. ers included suggestions that all warrants be recorded separately rather than in groups, thereby s ini- rather than in groups, thereby simolifying reference wort The examiners also questioned :he validity of claims obtained by Supervisors J. F. Embree, B. H. Banes and G. A. Seaman for $14 4S each -as expenses for a trip to a district meeting, and suggested that the officials reimburse the county. Farm Bureau And 4-H Clubs DEAF HOLD CONVENTION KANSAS CITY, Trfo., (1121—Diner, dancing, Business and speechmaking, all carried on with the Id of the sign language, consti- uted the tenth triennial conven- :on of the Missouri State associa- ion of the Deaf, held here recent- County Society News Prairie Center Aid Holds Meeting The Prairie Center Ladies aid met--"Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Raymond Fitch in Jordan. Mrs. Arthur Doran, president, was in charge of the business session and roll call was answered by members giving Bible verses. Mrs. George Adix had charge of the (Jackson Jolly Janes Club Meets The Jackson Jolly Janes 4-H club held a meeting Thursday -afternoon in the Jordan school. Dorothy Saddoris president, was in charge. Roll call was answered by 12 members. Following the brief business session- a covered dish supper was served. <S> 3> <g> Jackson Bureau Holds Meeting The Jackson Township Farm t-'.rea.u held its regular meeting Thursday evening in 4he Jordan school. The meeting opened with community singing with .A. Nelson as h der and Clara Brown at the piano. The bureau president, August Johnson, was in charge of the meeting. Mrs. Arthur Nelson gave a short report of the achievement show ;.nd presented Mr. Nelson with two ribbons awarded at this show. The program was given undei the direction of B. F. Tillotson and included the following numbers: Piano solo, Mary CulJen; talks, Mary Cullen, Edyth Long, Lois Samuelson, Maxine Cottington, Dorothy Freel, Darlene Holmberg, Eu- ;ene Baker, John Malcom and Wayne Holmberg. A motion picture closed the meet g. The next meeting will'be held Oct. 12 in tb'e school. Officers for the coming year will be elected at this time. <$<$<$> Women Study First Year Home Management "Goals in Home Making" was the first lesson given in the first year management course in Story county during the week of September 11 to 15. Miss Fannie Gannon of the extension service, Iowa State college, was the specialist In charge of these very interesting" lessons. There were 47 rural women pre- IT TAKES H EA N ERVES TO BE A SHARPSHOOTER THREE TIMES UGH MAN on. the U. S. International Dewar .22-calibre rifle team, and former U.S. small bore champion, Virgil Richard is professional shooter for Remington Arms Co., Inc. He always has to be a brilliant marksman—regardless of sun, wind, or rain. There is no question about his knowing the secret of healthy nerves! DURING THE DATO SHOOTING, and later around the evening fire, Camels add to the pleasure of your outing. As Virgil Richard says, "Camels are a much milder cigarette and they never interfere with my nervous control, no matter how much I smoke." MATCHLESS BLEND IT IS MORE FUN TO KNOW Camels are mode from finer, MORE EXPENSIVE tobaccos than any other popular brand. VIRGIL RICHARD, in discussing smoking and shooting, says: "People often ask me if a professional sharpshooter can smoke as much as he wants. I've been enjoying cigarettes for years, without difficnlty in keeping my nerves in shape for making record scores in tournament shooting events. That's because I have long been a Camel smoker. I have experimented with all the popular brands, and I find Camels ore better for steady smoking. They're a much milder cigarette, and they never interfere with my nervous control, no matter now much I smoke." * *f $ Switch to Camels. You'll like the remarkable mildness ... the fine, rich flavor of Camel's costlier tobaccos. You'll have satisfying proo/that Camels do not interfere with healthy nerves. CAMELS COSTLIER TOBACCOS NEVER YOUft ' YOUR TASTE Copjrlilil, I9S3. . RwnnKU TobtMo Couipuy for these training schools, at the farm oureau office in .NV vada, the John Sprlngman home in Lafayette township, Ames public library in Ames, the C. A. Fox home in Collins township and the J. Donnelly home in New Albany township. The ladies attending this first training school were: Mrs. C. A Regester. Mrs. Roy Torry. Mrs. J C. Christy. Mrs. Ross Morfey. Mrs John Picht. Mrs. Walter Rasmusson and Mrs. Guy Handsaker at the Monday meeting; Mrs. M. C. James Mrs. E. A. Ellston, Mrs. Ralph James. Mrs. John Springman Mrs J. M. Smith. Mrs. Wilbur Sowers! Mrs. Homes Jackson and Mrs. Andrew Hai^n at the Tuesday meeting. Mrs. C. W. Person. Mrs. Harry Gaulke. Mrs. Fred Randau.'Mrs. J. M. Kuhn, Mis. lr» Mrs.-'Bam'Allen and Mr§. k»b*rt Campbell at the Wedne»d*y meeting; Mrs. L. D. Holland. Mr». C. A. Hattery, .Irs. A. L. Pitcher. Mrs. Harvey Casebe*r *nd Mr«. C. A. Fox at the Thursday turning; and Mrs. Ruth Chance, Mm. J. E Brierley. Mrs. R. JL Golly. Mrs. Art Chandler. Mrs. Lela Adams. Mrs. Asa Barnard and Mrs. Will Gran. Mrs. Helen Wilson. Mrs. G.- L. Lounsbury. Mrs. Dan Badcr Mrs. R. H. Robinson, .Mrs. Tom Lowry and Mrs. J. F. JDonneJly at the Friday meeting. The next training school leeson will be "Getting the Most From Your Kitchen" and will be girea during the week of October 9 to 13. All farm women are welcome to receive these lessons either thru the local leaders or thru the training school. . Ames Golf & Country Club Regular Semi-Monthly Bridge Dinner, Thursday, Sept. 21 Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kimball, dinner chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Hickok, bridge chairmen. Cold Weather / is not so far off NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO HAVE THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ON YOUR CAR INSPECTED Spark Plugs — Distributor — Starter — Generator - Lights — Battery Ames Storage Battery Co. "Sandy" Brintnall Phone 418 5th & Burnett Here's Clothing PLEASURE SUITS You'll get a lot of pleasure out of your Society Brand. They are beautifully cut from sturdy double service fabrics that add months of wear beyond the average unknown brands of clothing, A couple of dollars invested in a Society Brand suit over unknown makes will repay you well in pleasure, satisfaction and lasting shapeliness. And now is the time to buy your suit every garment in the store is being sold at the old prices. $ $ 30 '35 Extra Trousers $$.00 and $8.50 Jameson'S ..TWO STORES—AMES, IOWA FOB YODNQ"lWK JUTD MIX WHO ITAT TOOVO "W

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