Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 3, 1933 · Page 7
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"BUY BXTTC1 Of AJfEI' 4MEI DAILY T1IBUNE TUttf. AMU, IOWA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1933. PAOBTHBBI Legion Auxiliary Officers Are Installed at Meeting Monday M RS. W1LKIE HARPER was installed as president of the American Legion auxiliary.in an impressive ceremony Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Walter Weeks. Mrs..O. W. Cox, past president, served as installing officer... ••''.•• Other officers of the organization who were installed at th*s time are: Mrs. C. B. Kerr, first vice president; Mrs. Orlo Best, second vice president; Mrs. Homer Daggett secretary; Mrs. Av L.-Pilgrim, treasurer; Mrs. Anna Winters, chaplain; Mrs. E. A. Thomas, sergeant at arms; Mrs. C- B. Brooker, assistant aer-f ' • • '" "•' ' • • •.; geant-at-anns; Mrs. G. W. Grinstead, historian. Mrs. Harper has appointed as her committees for the : new year; Mrs. L. J- wallls, "welfare; Mrs. Gus Luglan, membership; Mrs. W. I Gushing, national defense; Mrs. A. E. Wlcklund, legislation; Mrs. C. B. Brooker, Fidac; Mrs. E. D. Fowler, flower; Mrs. Richard Holtz, poppy; Mrs. J. E. Hllahd, community service; Mrs. William Rynkieweitz, Americanism; Mrs. A. L. Pilgrim, ways and means; Mrs. Homer B. Daggett, publicity; Mrs. C. W. Yeomans, Junior activities; Mrs. Orlo Best, program. Several committee chairmen remain yet to be appointed. The seventh birthday anniversary of the auxiliary was also cele^ brated at this time and during the social hour refreshments, featuring the lovely decorated birthday cake •with its lighted tapers -were eerv- ed. Mrs. Gus Luglan retiring president and the new auxiliary head, Mrs. Harper poured. • Twenty-four members attended the meeting. 4b ^ 4^ V. F. W. Aux. Meeting Wednesday The Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary will hold its regular business session Wednesday evening at 7:30 in tbe Sheldon-Munn hotel Entertain At Picnic Courtesy A picnic was held Sunday In Brookside park honoring Charles Thompson formerly of Ames community and Mrs. Thdmpson of Ankeny. The affair was In celebration of the birthday anniversary of Mr. Thompson and old friend's from Pleasant Grove and Bloomington communities, Nevada, Ames, and Story City participated in the bounteous dinner served at 1 o'clock in the park. Mrs. Pattenglll of Polk City, sister of Mrs. Thompson baked the birthday cake. The afternoon hours were spent in visiting and many who were unable to attend the dinner came for the afternoon. Courtesy For Pastor and Family A "welcome" party will be given. ft,.- the returned pastor of the First Methodist church, the Rev. W. A. Morgan and his family Wednesday evening in the church. The basket dinner will be served at 6:30. All members of the church and friends are extended an invitation. " Each family is to bring food and table service. Entertain Entre Nous Dinner Club Members of the Entre .Kous dinner club were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hickok Monday evening. Mr; and Mrs. L. L. Clement were assisting hosts. The 6:30 dinner was served at small tables centered with bou- Quets of gayly colored garden floj^ ers. Bridge was the diversion^Bf the later evening. High score prize for the women was awarded to Mrs. W. F. LaGrange and Mrs. Grant Dudgeon received second high. Bruce Firkins won high for the men and J. L. Boatman second high. First Meeting French Division The first meeting of the French division, Section A, .of the Faculty Women's club will be held at the home of Mrs. Guy S> Greene, Thursday afternoon at 2:30. ...<$> <8>. .$..... Iowa Council Meeting Wed., Iowa Council No. 24, Degree of Pocahontas, will meet in regular session Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. E. A. Miller on north.Burnett avenue; To Entertain S. and S. Club .Mrs. Harry Sheehey will be hostess to members of the S. and S. club "Wednesday afternoon at 2:'oO at her home on Beach avenue. Mrs. Emil Skortman is the assisting hostess. •* <§• <*Friday Bridge Luncheon Meeting The Friday Bridge Luncheon club will meet with Mrs. Frank Robotka, Friday at 1:15. Sundial Chapter Holds Initial Meeting Sundial chapter. Daughters of American Revolution held its initial meeting of the new year Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Ben Edwards on Lynn avenue. Assisting hostesses were: Mrs. J. H. Connor and Miss Mabel- Champlin. Mrs. E. D. ROSB,. regent of the chapter presided during the business session. Mrs. L. W. Forman led the round table discussion of summer vacation experiences related by members. Lydia E. Pinkham's Tablets Relieve and Control Periodic Pains Clinical test* prove it. Ttke them tf»d*y for welcome eue aad com*°«- Take them regularly for permi- °« No Small box prefer. No nnpleawmt efiect*. Sold y CALENDAR Tuesday District Lecturers' AsBn. Chapter AA, P. E. O. Chapter HO, P. E. O. Wimodausis Club. Christian Missionary Soc. Laura Chapter O. E. S. D. U. V London Bridge Club. Carpenters Union ' Chapter HN P. E. 0. Wednesday W. H. B. Club. Short Story Div. F. W. C. Home Eco. Div. F. W. C< Laetus .Club. Five Hundred Club. Unity Club. Iowa Council. S. & S. Club. M. W. Bridge Club. R, N. A. 4071. Nonpareil Club. V. F. W. Auxiliary. Thursday Christian Aid. Woman s Club Chorus. M. E. Foreign Missionary. Eleanor Chestnut Circle. Friday Friday Bridge Luncheon. Jerene Peterson And Gene Eness Are Wed In a quiet ceremony performed Sunday morning at S o'clock in the Ames Lutheran church, Miss Jerene Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Peterson of Des Moines, became the bride of Gene Eness, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Eness of Ames. The Rev. L. A. Pierson read the single ring ceremony in the- presence of a few relatives and friends. The wedding march was played by Mrs. Arthur Severeide and Mrs. Arthur Eschbach sang "O Promise Me," and "I Love You Truly." The couple was attended by Miss Dagmar Eness, sister of the groom and Howard Brown of Milton, la. The bride wore a tailored ensemble of brown crepe with matching accessories. Miss Eness was also attired in brown. A wedding breakfast was served at the home-of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith preceding the ceremony and following the short reception held after the" sen-ice, the couple left for a week's motor trip to northern Minnesota. TJpon their re- turs they will be at home at 1425 Burnett avenue. The bride attended Ames high school and was graduated from North high school in Des Moines. She has been employed in Ames. The groom was graduated from Ames high school. He attended Iowa State college and Iowa State teacher's college at Cedar Falls. At Cedar Falls he affiliated with the Xanno social fraternity. 4> <& <$ Entertains At} Birthday Party Mrs. Lewis Sorcnson entertain- .ed a group of, seven children Saturday afternoon at- her country home, south of Ames, in honor of the tenth birthday anniversary of her daughter, Rose. The party hours were spent in interesting games and contests, and refreshments featuring a lovely birthday cake with lighted candles were served by Mrs. Sorenson. ^ «8> <S> Evening Division Holds Initial Meeting The first'meeting of the new year of the evening ; division of the Ames Woman's club was held \at the home of Mrs: C. W. Yeomans on Grand avenue Monday evening. Hostesses were Mrs. Yeomans, Mrs. .George Graves and Mrs. Jessie Bickelhaupt. / Thirty-five members and guests enjoyed the delicious covered dish supper served at 6:30. During the business session, presided over by Mrs. Charles E.. Groth, chairman, plans for the coming year were discussed. ' A musical ' program given by some of the younger talent in the city was enjoyed and included piano selections by Louise Morrison and clarinet and cornet numbers by Ted and Don Heggen. The boys were accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Yeomans. A social time followed the program. <§><!><» History and Literature Kolds Colonial Program The history, literature and drama division of the Ames Woman's club opened its new year with a delightful and interesting Colonial program Monday afternoon in the city library auditorium. The meeting opened with community singing led by Mrs. A. B. Maxwell, division chairman, with Mrs. George Hultz at the piano. Maxwell Smith sang two lovely selections "My Own United States" and "Farewell to Arms." Mrs. P. E. Jackson accompanied on the piano. A group of interesting lantern slides depicting Puritan life in 1630 was shown by Mrs. Charles Keasey and Mrs. Anna Conrad gave a most Interesting paper on "Colonial Foundations." Tea, dainty cnkps and candy were served during the social hour. Mrs. Rozeboom as hostess bring assisted by Mesdames B. L Allfn, W. I,. Allim. M. J. Adams mid Donald I)i<am. Mrs. C. (J. L<-<! and Mrs. L. C. Tlkku iiltlroU in the ulcturea«iu« eotaniai'psjrkui poured. The table was centered with t bowl of r«d carnations and candy- uft with Colonial tapers. T« Entertain Nonp>rl«l Club Mrs* L. .C. .Tallman will entertain members of the Nonparlel club at a 1 .o'clock, luncheon W«dnes- day tt'ber home. 821 Grand ilrea- ue. Mrs.,W. F. B«*rd wlU revi«w Early Exploration and Colonization of South America.", Royal Neighbor* To Meet Wednesday Ames Camp *No. 4071, Royal Neighbors of America will meet In regular session. Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the I. O. O. F. hall • - - - • - Meeting Of - Joyeaux Club The member* of the Joyeaux club will meet with Mr. and Mrs. Vern L. Meyers, 122 East Ninth street Wednesday evtning at 8 o'clock for bridge. . «> * * Former Students Arc Wed Saturday Miss Lee Beck of Sioux, CHy. and Glenn Cook of Clinton were married Saturday afternoon at St. John's Episcopal church. The Rev. LeRoy S. Burroughs officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Cook are. former Iowa State students. Mrs. Cook, is a member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority and Mr. Cook of the Delta Upsilon fraternity. - Eleanor Chestnut Circle Meeting .-••-. The Eleanor Chestnut circle of the Collegiate Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. Clyd« Mason, 2631 Knapp street Thursday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs, J. H. Bechtel is the assisting hostess. ^ $ v , -. To Entertain M. W. Bfldge Club Mr. and Mrs. P.' A. Moore will he-hosts to members of the M. W. Bridge club Wednesday evening at 7:30 at their home, 2124, Storm street Woman's Club Chorus Rehearsal The chorus of the Ames Woman's club will meet for rehearsal Thursday at 1:3(5 at the home Of fhe di- re-ctor, Mrs. E. E; Martini Chapter HN Luncheon Meeting Chapter HN of the P. E. 0. met Tuesday for 1 o'clock . luncheon and meeting at the home of Mrs. Thomas F. Vance, 1206 Orchard drive. Foreign Missionary Society to Meet The Women's Foreign Missionary society of the First Methodist church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. T. R. Agg. 707 Hodge avenue. Mrs. W. R. Whitfield will be the program leader. Sarah Melhus And W. G. Hoyman are Wed Miss Sarah Melhus became the bride of William Greig Hoyman or Cedar Rapids in a quiet ceremony performed Saturday afternoon at 4:30 at the home of the bride's parents,.Prof and Mrs. I. E, Melhus, 407 Pearstyi avenue. The Rev. H. K. Hawley read the single'-ring service in the presence of iraraedir ate relatives and a few friends. Preceding the ceremony, Miss Elizabeth Fish v.layed Cadman's "Love ,'Song/' ,' , ( . , The bride • was charming in- an ankle length gov* 'of wine colored transparent -velvet She carried' an arm bouquet .of white jroses. Miss Janet Melhns," sister of "tJre "Tiride as maid,of:honor was,attired''in a frock of? b'row'n crepe with matching accessories. She wore a 'shoulder corsage of mixed flowers. Three long time- friends of the bride, the Misses Ruth Hawley, Eleanor 1 " Apple, and Elizabeth 'Fish who were guests were presented with corsage bouquets;' A wedding supper was;*served at 5 o'clock, covers being arranged at one long table centered with the decorated bride's cake. A color scheme of pint and white was used in the appointments. The bride was graduated from the Ames high school .anJ from; Iowa State college during the sum-, mer session. She is a member of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority. The groom attended Coe college and received his masters degree from Iowa State •• college. He affiliated wiht the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. (•"/'•• .; The couple left for a brief wedding trip and will upon their return will be at home in Cedar Rapids. Attending the wedidng froni.;out of town were: The bride's grand-: mothers, Mrs. S. J. Williamson, Des Moines and Mrs. Jacob Thompson of'Ellsworth: the .groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyman, his sister Isabslle Hoyman, Mr. and tors. Irving Graver all of Cedar Rapids and Severt Malum of Des Moines. Former Ames Man Dies in California Word has been received in Ames of the death Saturday at Los Angeles, Cal., of Warren L. Smith, 50, son of the lat^-Mr. and M-s. Eugene Smith of Redondo Beach, Cal., and for many years a resident of Ames. Two sisters reside here. Mr. Smith grew to manhood.bn a farm near Ames, but has spent the past 25 years in CalifolnJa^He leaves* one daughter Ethel,'and Six brothers and sister*: Frank of Sbn-, ta Ana, Cal.; Clayton of La; Gres- centa, Cal.; Mr's.-,f. G. Eastern and Mrs. Harriett. Nash of Los Angeles, and Mrs. Frank Frey arid Mrs. Frank Van Patter of Ames. ' Police i?hie Collar Bone Fracture 8 STATE .CENTER -irlv. 0tl\a iA. Sweet, chief of police of State Center, suffered a fracture of his left collar bone while squirrel hunting Sunday afternoon. In company with his young son and A. L. Cajrey and Ed Sheppler lie had gone to the timber for a few hour's sport, '" .jy reported lie fell over a stump of n tree while pursuing one of I ho animals. Mayor Stouffcr had not appointed a substitute, Sunday night County Society News North Grant Club Hold*-Mt*tinf Friday ' / The North Grant consolidated school assembly was rilled to capacity Friday evening for the regular meeting of the North Grant Community club. Program numbers for the evening consisted of: Xylophone numbers, Glenn Huff, accompanied by Margaret Huff;: musical selections, by the" Hawaiian boys ot Nevada* several numbers by male quartet' from the Lutheran church of -Nevada; vocal solo, "In the Valley of the Moon," Violet Toms, accoto- panied by Margaret Huff; ^costume tap dance by eight little girls from Nevada, accompanied on the 'piano by Mrs. H. E. Shaffer, former ieach- er at North Grant school..,' .'-. Dramatic reading. Beulab Peterson; vocal and gujfar-iiumter^ by Maudlin children of Nevada; vpcal and'guitar numbers, Walter Kings-/ bury; old time numbers on harmonica by Glover Ambros?, accompanied on the piano by his mother. Mrs. Harry Ambrose, also vocal numbers by Ambrose; vocal selections. Milford Faculty''trio. , . The excellent program closed with several l-eautiful selections 1?y the Hawaiian boys. The; cpmmitte^.named by President ftalph Hakes for the Octbher. meeting is Mrs. Pete Larson, chairman. Mrs. Pete Peterson, Mrs. Ralph Hakes, Mrs. Lawrence Mather and Mrs. Johnnie. Taylor. The committee for the Friday evening meeting was .Mrs. J. F. Safly, Mrs. Kesee Samson. Mrs. Wes Huff. Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Robert-Rath. Refreshments were served during the social hour. : Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hardy ^f Montrose. Colo., former residents of the North Grant community, were guests of the club. •- & ® ; State Center Couple ' Are Wed 58 Years Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Shaunce, who celebrated their golden wedding eight years ago, quietly observed the fifty-eighth anniversary of their marriage at their-home in State Center Friday. Mrs. Dott Smith, of.Marshalltown, and Mrs. Harley femplemen, of Colo, their only two children,/came to spend the day and have -dinner with them, and assisted in welcoming callers who dropped-in during the afternoon and evening to tfay their respects. The couple was married here Sept 29, 1875. Mr. Shaunce came to Iowa in October, 1S74, in a covered wagon from Mercer, 111. He has been connected with various enterprises during his residence here, for many years being butter- maker for the State Center Farm- ers' Creamery "agWcUites, but now devotes his time to a collection agency which he established several years ago. Last winter he was presented with * 50-year membership - certificate *by Terrestrial Lodge, No. 276, A. F. & A. M. Mrs. Shaunce came to Marietta, north .of Marsballtown, when she was three years old and ten years later moved-to Sti,te Center with •her parents, Mr.-arid Mrs. .Stephen Gregory, who were prominent . i the early affairs of the town. She was one of the charter members of Clea Chapter, No. 303, Order of the Eastern Star,-, and was honored with five others, all who retain active membership with an anniversary dinner in the spring. Nevada Society and Farm Bureau And 4'H Clubs Club To Study ' [/ Art During Year . : f Members of thAVgirls 4-H clubs ia 'Marshall countyAbAve beeu given the' list of pajntings and other works of art that are to oe us&d in the annual picture memory contest this year. ; The list includes ten famous paintings, two. pieces of sculpture and two examples of the art of the architect, according to Miss Gertruda CookiiiJSiaTtn, who,' stated that an exhibition of this Competition would bejoade at the annual rally day in the", spring. The paintings and their creators are: "Last Supper." DaVineir "Madonna, Jesus and St. John," Botticelli; "Dance of the Nymphs," Corot; "The Gleaners," Millet; "The Harp of the Winds," -Martin; "Madame LeBrun and Her Daughter," Le- Brum; '-After, the Summer Shower," Inness; "The Fairy Tale (The Story Hour)," Shanon; "Icebound," MetcaU; "The Laughing Cavalier," Franz Hals. Two. of the following examples of illustration are to be chosen: "King Cole," "Dawn" or "Harvest " all by Maxfield Fairish; "The Fair Poo!," "David Copperfield," "Sleeping Beauty" or "Smelling," all by Jessie Wilcox Smith. In addition the girls must become familiar vrith "Appeal o* the Great spirit," by Dalian, and "Fouiitain of the Great Lakes" as examples of fine sculpture and the Milan cathedral and the Lincoln memorial as examples of architecture. Snake Bit Boy Rescuer, SILVERTON. Ore. (IIP) — As Carl Schuster, small Silverton boy, played in the yard, he heard a frightened cry of a bird in a shrub. He plunged his hand in. to catch it, then hastily withdrew it as a sharp pain struck his arm. Dangling by its fangs from his arm was a large snake. Physicians were unable to find any traces of poison. Garden Division To Hold Meeting The first meeting of tbe new year of the garden division of the Nevada Woman's club will be held Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. W. W. Horras. "What Would My Garden Be Without Bulbs" will be discussed by. Mrs. George Post and Mrs. E. L. Sylvester will give a paper on "Success With Pansies." . Entertain At Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen entertained at a family dinner party Sunday at their country home in honor of Jane Harriett Allen, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Allen who was baptized at the services Sunday morning in the Central Presbyterian church. The guests were: Judge and Mrs E. M. McCall of Fort Dodge,' Mr. and Mrs. Clifton McCall and sons, Mrs. EditH McCall of Nevada and! Mrs. Sadie Sowers of Ames. Englis: f in. J Miss Edith Heers of Story City was admitted to the Iowa sanitarium here Tuesday where she will remain several days for. treatment. Ellis Henderson of Colo was being treated at the Iowa sanitarium here Tuesday for injuries he received in a gasoline explosion Monday. He was brot here Monday night The Misses Miriam Love, Joyce Wengert, Ernestine \nd Mae Beth Gaskell sutdents at the Iowa State Teachers college in Cedar Falls were over Sunday guests in the home of D. A. Wengert. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reimer and children of .Marshalltown visited Sunday in the home of Mrs. Reimer's sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Simpson Toot and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hilburn and family. Miss Georgianna Robison and Mr. and Mrs. Lester F. Martin and daughter Jean returned Sunday from Council Bluffs and Omaha where Mrs. Martin-''and daughter and Miss Robison have been visiting since Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tipton and son Billy spent the .week end at the Ralph Tipton hoine in Omaha. Mrs. W. W. Horras has been in Grinnell since Thursday visiting with her mother who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lyon of Jefferson spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Lyon's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Black. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Welty, Jeffrey Hougen and Miss Mildred Mt- Ilwaine were in Des Moines Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Suttle of .Ottumwa visited Saturday in the home of Mr. Suttle's sister, Mrs. J. H. Housier. Compare These Answers With Your Replies Following arc the correct answers for the last three sets of questions published In the Tribune- Times screen and theater history contest last week. Readers who did not compete "will find it interesting to compare them with the questions. Stt III Marion Davies. Mildred Linton. Texas. New York, California. Ronald Coie-man. Shylock in "Merchant of Ven- 1. 2. 3. 4, 5. ice." 6. "tights of New York." ' 7. Jean Harl6w. 8. "Roadhouse Nights." 9. Canadian, American, Mexican h, Swedish, Irish. and 10. John Barrymore. Set. IV 1. Ethel Barrymore. 2. Robert Montgomery Clark Gable. - 3. Noel Coward. 4. He was blind in one eye (Lon Chancy). 5. Lillian and Dorothy Gish. 6. Metro-Goldwyn Mayer. 7. Most Important of the theatrical unions. 8. Wesley Ruggles. 9. Clark Gable. Set V 1. "Abie's Irish Rose." 2. "Welcome Stranger." 3. "Show Boat" 4. Karl Dane. 5. Max Baer. 6. Mrs. Leslie Carter. 7. Madge Evans. 8. May Marsh. 9. "Quo Vadis." 10. Cecil B. DeMille. IWO ARE KILLED IN D MT. PLEASANT <UJ!)—Two mea were dead because they did not slow up for dangerous winding curves near here, according to a coroner's Jury.' Alvin Gander, 25, Clarence, Mo., was instantly killed and Lloyd Hoist, 21, West Liberty, died in a hospital. They were riding a motorcycle which collided with an automobile driven by Walter Vlrden, Mt. Pleasant farmer, Saturday night. A coroner's jury placed full blame with the two men riding the motorcycle who apparently were unable to make a curve on the highway. The men were en route to Ganders' home at Clarence, Mo. They had been warned by Clyde Adams, Mt Pleasant oil station attendant, of the dangerous ^curves. Weekly Newspaper 64 Yrs. Old BELLEVILLE, Kan. (U.E) — The Belleville Telescope, a weekly newspaper, has been published for 64 consecutive years. The paper was established in September, 1870, and only has had three own^ ers. A. Q. Miller, jr., is the pres^ ent editor. The wldely : her^tlded "Pilgrimage," now romantic drama from Fox film, has its premiere at the Capitol theater Tuesday. It Is an adaption of the popular story of the same name by Ida A. R. Wylie. The locale of the film goes from the backwoods community in Arkansas to the cosmopolitan atmosphere of New York and Paris. The picture reveals some'of the most elaborate settings ever achieved for j. motion picture. The cast is a large one, involving the appearance of hundreds of extra players. The featured roles are portrayed by Henrietta Crosman, veteran of the stage and screen; Heather Angel, newcomer to American films; Norman Foster and Marian Nixon. The five men accused of having burned the Reithstay build' ing tciU hai'e only a German to defend..them. Well, how else- could they be convictedt Hat Camed His Death GATESVILLE, Tex. OIE) — Because his hat blew from his head, Ellis Kelso, farmer, died of A broken neck. He sustained the injury when he fell as he leaped from a moving milk truck to re^ cover the hat. Kelso lived only a few hours. The quality NEVER VARIES "When you're .offered a aubstitute for the original corn flakes, remember it is seldom hi the spirit of service. Of BATTLE CXEEX igarettes Of all the ways in which tobacco is used the cigarette is the mildest form Y OU know, ever since the Indians found out the pleasure of smoking tobacco, there have been many ways of enjoying it. But of all the ways in which tobacco is used, the cigarette is the mildest form. Another thing—cigarettes are about the most convenient smoke. All you have to do is strike a match. Everything that money can buy and everything that science knows about is used to make Chesterfields. The right home-grown tobaccos—seasoned with just enough aromatic Turkish —are blended and cross- blended the Chesterfield way. Then the cigarettes are made right—firm, well- filled. Chesterfield uses the right kind of pure cigarette paper. There are other good cigarettes, of course, but Chesterfield is the cigarette that's milder, the cigarette that tastes better. Chesterfields satisfy — we ask you to try them. the cigarette that's MILDER the cigarette that TASTES BETTER © ISM, Licem iV Mvw TOMOU Co,

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