Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 7, 1933 · Page 6
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AMIS DAILY T»I»0»1 TIM* AMII. IOWA. 1ATUKDAY. OQ?0££* 'I, To Entertain TUM. < •rldgt Luncheon Ciub Mrs. H. D. Bwgmmn wiU be host*•• *t » 1 o'clock lunchecn Tues«7 «t her Lome, 1007 Grand avenue to members of the Tuesday Bridge Luncheon club. « « * Miule Division F. W. c. To W.tt The music division o£ the Faculty Women's club will meet Monday evening at 7:30 In music hall on the college campus. This will be a suest night meeting. " . Hostesses are. Mrs. "Wakely, Mrs. Quist, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Vifquain, and Mr*. Holslnger. Yearbooks will be available at this time. Prof. W. I. Griffith, director of radio programs at station WOl will discuss "Your Radio and You." Mrs. J. C. Oilman is In charge of the musical entertainnent. for the evening and numbers will include; Vocal solo, Mrs. J. G. Grant; cello solo, Miss Louise Harrison, Los Angeles; two selections for «igbt hands, by Mesdames Aikln, Benbrook, Merrill -and Wbitefield. Miss Harrison, whose mother, was formerly an active member of the music division of the Faculty Women's club, is now a student at Iowa State college. $ ^ « Entertains Loyal Women's Club On Friday afternoon, Mrs. Ada Shugart was hostess at her home, 41G Lincoln way, to the Loyal Women's Birthday club of the Christian church. A very interesting program was given. Autumn leaves and berries were used in the house decorations and a typical Iowa autumn lunch was served. Miss Sara Allen assisted the hostess in serving. <$ «• « Kappa Phi Rtception Sunda> The Kappa Phi. Methodist sorority will hold a reception meeting in the fireplace room at the Collegiate Methodist parsonage Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. All- College girls of Methodist preference "are invited.. A- &> & Stated Meeting Gebal Council Gebal Council No. 5 Royal and Select Masters will hold a stated meeting Monday Oct. 9 in the Masonic temple. * *. «• 6 Beta Tau Delta Business Meeting The Beta Tau Delta sorority will meet with Mrs. T- S. - Gibb, 623 Fifth street. Monday evening for an important business meeting. CALENCAB Saturday Chemistry Circle. Monday General Meeting A. W. C. ; Music Din A- W. C. B. P. W. Club. Gebal Council. Beta Tau Delta. Music Div. F. W. C. Tuesday Tues. Bridge Luncheon. Coffee Hour At Y. W. Thursday The first student-faculty coffee hour will be held Thursday Oct. 12 at 4 o'clock in the Y. W. C. A. AM members of the college student, faculty club are invited to attend. ® « « Young Artists Music Club To Meet Sunday The Young Artists Music club will meet with Maxine Bell, 321 Burnett avenue Sunday .afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock. Refreshments will be served during the social hour. ^ ^ « Homebuilders Class Holds Picnic Meeting Members of the Homebuilders class of the Collegiate Methodist church enjoyed a covered dish supper and meeting Friday evening at jjynn Fuhrer lodge. Thirty-four were present Mrs. Glen Bickford gave a delightful reading after the supper and Sam Risk related his experi ences the past summer while traveling in the Holy land. Mr. Risk Illustrated his talk with models of crude farm implements used and also displayed the costume of his native country, Assyria. «> <» * Business Women To Meet Monday The egular semi-monthly meeting of the Ames Chapter Business and Profesiiohal Women's club will be held Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the recreational room at the college Y. W. C. A. The membership committee with Miss Elsie Elliott, chairman will be in charge of the program which will be mainly social and informal. All business women interested are especially invited to attend. BIG NEWS About an Important Saturday Sale . . 65 LOVELY NEW A special purchase from New York plus additions from our own stock formerly priced $10.95 to $15, going Saturday at $ 10. Every dress a new fall style. Black and colors. Included are: FAILLE CREPES, ROUGH CREPES, CANTON CREPES, RABBIT WOOLS, ZEPHYR JERSEYS—SIZES 14 to 44 TILDEN'S "Dependable W9" DARING STUNTS ON AIR PROGRAM Circus to Be Held Sunday P. M. A full program of airplane stunting, with daring and spectacular feats, will be presented by the Red Ace-lnman Brother! flying circus, Sunday afternoon at the Spring farm, one and a half milts east and one mile south of Ames. The pilots have selected a 100- acre clover field which was found to be exceptionally level and smooth, and has a good stand of clover. Ample provision will be made for parking automobiles. The program will start at 2 o'clock, and .will include formation flying with four planes; barrel rolling, dead, stick landing from 1,000 feet altitude; serpentine cutting, bomb dropping, looping, parachute jumping from plane, tail spins, and other breath-taking stunts. La Verne .Dawson, daredevil youth, will ride the upper wing of a plane while looping and barrel rolling, and at,the conclusion of the program will make a 6,000-foot delayed parachute leap. The flying aces have been here for the past three days making arrangements for the show, and carrying passengers on sight-seeing flights. They will also carry passengers Sunday before and after the exhibition program. The flying circus crew includes 10 persons and four ships. All pilots carry transport licenses, and have had several years experience. Red Salisbury bas been a stunt flier for some time. Ray Jones was a pilot and meteorologist of the Transcontinental Western air lines. The Inman Brothers, Arthur aid Don, are from a flying family. A third brother is an air line pilot, Arthur's wife is with the company here, and files in the show, while the mother of the Inman boys -also travels with them. She is highly enthusiastic over the accomplishments of her boys, and often flies with them, . The show here is being sponsored by the Ames post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, which is sharing in the proceeds from the circus Sunday afternoon. Court Lenient To Bootlegger, Kiddies Reason Consideration for several chll- dr-en in the family of Herman Schultz, Friday led Judge J. Y. Luke to grant leniency when Schultz pleaded guilty in municipal court to a charge of maintaining a liquor nuisance at his residence, 327 Lincoln way. The Schultz home was raided by police last Sunday afternoon. One hundred bottlas of alleged home brew and 12 quarts of alleged wine were confiscated. The beer was in case* ia tn« attic, (ho some bottles were standing on tabl*-* and others were in an ice boi in the kitchen. Chief W. J. Cure, and Patrolmen E. M. Jones, Owen Cox and John Behling conducted th« raid, following many complaints received by the officers against the place. Judge Lukt' suspended a sentence of six month* in the county jail. A fine of $300 and costs, including $25 for an attorney fee, also was assessed against Schultz. Chief Cure said that Schultz had been suspected of selling liquor at his home for the past six months. He said he had warned the man about a month ago, taking no further action at that time because of the children. Complaints continued to reach police, however, and Chief Cure decided Sunday to put r.u ind u> lae culsjuic*-, iupunuch as Schultz had not heeded the previous warning given on behalf of his family. Aged Story City Man Succumbs to Stroke Fri. A. M. STORY CITY—Charles A. Smith, 71, long time resident of the Story City community, died at his home southeast of here Friday morning ai 6 o'clock. He had suffered a stroke three weeks ago which left him blind and bedfast. He had resided on the farm where he dkd, the old Smith homestead, for 59 years. He is survived by four sisters, Jane and Mary Smith ai home, Mrs. H. Jackson of Gilbert art Mrs. William Catsidy of Elks Point, S. D., and two brothers, James of Story City and Oscar at home. He had never married. Body of Chat. Smith To Be Buried Sun. in Nevada Cemetery NEVADA—The body of Charles Smith, former Nevada resident who died suddenly in Kansas City Thursday, will be brought here Sunday morning foi interment in the Nevada cemetery. The Smith family resided fo/ many years in Nevada, where Mr. Smith was engaged in the abstract business. He left here to go to Kansas City, where he continued his work M an abstractor, H« WM * brother of the late Marcc'iu* guitli of Ames. He is survived by hit wife, a daughter, Mrs. Kendall Marsh of New York City, aid thw grandchildren, two of whom mitde their home with their grandparents la Kansas City. Ye«r Round Air Service MAL'MO, Sweden <UJB •— Year- round aerial passenger traffic will be started for the first time by th« Swedish Aerotransport company, whose head Is Capt. Carl Florman. Compared with last year, th« number of passengers on the line* between M-Jmo, Amsterdam, Paris and London showed an increase of 40 per cent in 1933. Stole Gets 15 Days on Intoxication Charge Nels J. Stole. Ames butcherf was sentenced to 15 days in the county jail, Friday morning, by Judge J.^ Y. Luke,- when he pleaded guilty' to a charge.' of Intoxication. He was arrested Thursday afternoon on M*ia street by Patrolman E.y M. Jones. One thing about the depression- it tends to reduce superstition. Not nearly so many peopl* still consider a $2 bill unlucky. County Society Neu* To Entertain Tuesday Club Mrs. Oran Zea will be hostess to members of the Tuesday club, Oct. 10 at her country home near Ontario. First Meeting Women'* Club The- first meeting of the Cambridge Woman's club was held at the home of Mrs. Ethel clawson Tuesday evening. Program numbers consisted of papers on "The Life of Smoky Joe" by Ruth Mitchell, and History of the Cambridge Fire Department, by Claribel Paup. who '&lso/explain- ed the• present fire alarm 'system used. Two bonfires were hnilt after the program and members enjoyed the weiner roast in charge of Jennie Palmer and Opal Espe. An observance of Armistice day will be featured.at the next meeting of .the club..,,. L . { . ? , N* @ ^> tc Bridge- — Club Hostess, v^.1 ;i , fffi-f' Mrs. Thurma'n Johnsotf-was hostess to member^" of the Friday Bridge club "at her home in Cambridge. Mrs. George Edwards /was awarded high • score prize for the games and refreshments were served by th hostess. Entertain Country Social Club The Country Social club met at the home of Mrs. Earl Riemenschneider west of .State -Center Tuesday with a two-course luncheon featuring the social hour, following the social session. Members responded to roll call with topics of their own chosing. Readings were given by Miss Lizzie Roberts. "The Glory Bath," and Mrs. R. L. Carney, "Baby Business." Mrs. E. L. Riemenschneider was a guest. Is Hostess To. ' Wimodausis Club Members of the Wimodausis club gathered Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Dobbin, southwest of State Center, for their regular meeting. Following a covered dish dinner, bridge was played at five tables. During a brief business session a number of couples were received into membership. At the Hospitals Mary Greeley Admitted— Hollister Smith, Mrs. Lyda Nordycko. Mrs. Roy" Phearman, Grover Fisher. Dismissed -- Mrs. Earl Dodds and baby. College Admitted - William Hermann, Mrs. Katie Bicstcr, William Hunt- Ington. 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