Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 18, 1933 · Page 6
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AMV DAILY TKIBUIIE-TIJUB. AJUEB. IOWA. WJEl»WEhD^Y, OCTOBER 18, 1939. ran .Nuptials On 8atwd»* #ct. 14, Ja a ceremony performed IB tbe Lutheran parsonage In Huxley, Audrey S«v- erson, youngest d*u«hter of Mr. and Mrs. I: R. Severson of Walnut Grove was united in nuurlai* to Ivan P. v*n Trease of Knox- vllle, formerly of Ame*. v The couple w»* *tt«fa««4 by the niece of the -brldti -Fayf Scott and Arnold Nemess, i^K&tt ' Tbe bri**r atteadea^mgb, ichool in Huxley and wai fitdtimted from the Marion high school last year. She has made her home with her sister, Mr* Hugh Gordon. The groom was manager of the Hed Ball ttore here which closed recently. The couple will reside with Mr. Van Trease's parents in Knoxville. * 4* *., • MlHionary ftociety Luncheon Matting The Missionary society of 'the Collegiate Methodist church will hold its annual dues paying luncheon Thursday at 1 o'clock in the church basement Each member is asked to bring a covered dish, sandwiches and table service for the luncheon. \Mfostesses will be Mrs. Hay C. Clobridge/ Mrs. V; E. Donelson and Mrs. Matt Brown. The social committee is Mrs. P. S. Tisler and Mrs. A; E. King. The afternoon Speakers will include, Mrs. Margaret Leland, who has been actively engaged in the work of the Women's Foreign Missionary: society of the Methodist clmtth'over a wide area for many years, and Mrs. Margaret Grant Shutter, who returned recently from South Africa, where she is a teacher in the university at PretoWa. * * * Fart well Courtesy For Archtt Solyst Members of the Young People's class of the United Brethren church gathered at the home of Juanita Cox Monday evening for a party in -honor of Archie Solyst Mr. Solyst is leaving soon to make his home in Austin, Minn. The evening hours were spent in interesting games and contests and the climax was the jolly boy's beauty contest The honoree was presented with a pen and pencil set by bis classmates. The presentation was made by the Rev. LA ertpp«P^'^ •* : * CALENDAR Thursday M. E. .Missionary. Double-Six Club. ColL M. E. Missionary. English Club. Health and Recreation Div. U. B. Aid. Star'Circle. " ' ?hi PsI Upsilon. Christian Aid:Philathea Class. Worthwhile Circle. Country Club Dinner Bridge. Baptist Women's Union. Woman's Club Chorus. Friday Maccabees. Yadnom Club. Cleman Club. G. E. Club. Harmony Club. English Club To Meet Thursday The literature -of self-revelation is the main theme of the year's program for the English club which will hold its first meeting Thursday evening at J-^o.Ju^tht faculty' reading room of the ~ otlege - lib-s rary. The program for this meeting. will cpnslst of readings from the* Carlyle correspondence .and , the Shaw-Terry letters. Everyone interested is welcome. f> <s> <! To Entertain Double Six Club' / ; Mrs. W. H. JMcJSeil wijl be hostess to members of the Double-Six Bridge club .-Thursday evening at l\er home, 1222 -JBurnett avenue. -' ^ v * <§> ; Baptist Women'* Union To Meet , The Baptist VPomen'- union will hold a work and business meeting Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Roger Williams house. . - * * * . . -, Junior Maccabees To Meet Friday The Sunbeam court Junior Mac- cabees. will " me*t^Friday afternoon promptly ai 4i o^clocjyln . the I. 0. O. F. hall. Junior Maccabees are urged to make a special effort to be present Special guests and speakers will be supreme officer, , Ed Youngs of Detroit Mich., prominent Maccabee official and editor of the hive," F. .S. Bergen, manager of the state Maccabees, and Mrs. A. D. Paine, assj^at state™manager of Des Molne'si'^VC.'* .: • «'. ; *;'<r:Hy« St Margaret's ^ Guild Meeting ~: St. Margaret's guild of St John's church held a dinner meeting Tuesday evening in the church parlors. Mrs. Tom Geataganag had prepared a delightful- Greek dinner which w.as serreflftc 16 at 6:30. A business- meeting'-in --charge of the president^ Miss Frances/Miller followed the dinner. It was voted to hold a "dinner meeting once a month. ,-••"'•' . •"._•'• • '-'"••.* *.-*'•'" Speaks at . 4 Beardshenr P. .T. A. '' The Rey. -w. A. Morgan, pastor of the First Methtfdiat church was the guest speaker Tuesday evening at the regular meeting of Parent-Teacher in the school the Beardshear association held _ house. Rev. Morgan sp.oWmost interestingly on "Living Together in the Family." • A short business meeting was held. Mrs. Ray Palmer gave two lovely vocal numbers. She accompanied on the j>iano Mrs. Harold GieJbelstein; Country Club Dinner Bridge t The annual business meeting of the Ames Golf and Country club will follow the regular semi-monthly dinner bridge at the country club Thursday evening. The dinner will be served -at 6:30. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schleiter dinner chairmen will be assisted by Or. and Mrs. T. L. BJce, Dr. and Mrs. B. G. Dyer and Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Lee are bridge chairmen. Club Division Entertains Husbands Members of the modern literature division of the Faculty Women's club entertained their husbands and a few guests Monday evening at Lyan Fuhrer lodge. The large group gathered around the fireplace and efijoyea a program of songs, readings and games. Halloween decorations were used about the lodge and an old fashioner box supper was served. The committee in charge was Mesdames A. R. Lauer, Pal G. Bird, E. L. Wallace, H. L. Foust, R. M. Vifquain, H. V. Gaskill and F. B. Paddock. Cleman Club With Mrs. Stellt The Cleman club will meet Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Anna Steele, Lynn avenue. Is Yadnom Club Hostess :Mrs. C. O. Powers will be hostess to members of the Yadnom clnb Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at her home", 217* East Seventh street Health Recreation Divisions To Meet The health and recreation divisions of the Faculty Women's and Ames .Women's clubs will hold the beginning class in the Margaret Hall gymnasmm Thursday evening. The rythm class will meet at 7:45" and recreational swimming at 8:30. For further information those interested may call phone numbers 1782 or 1736. Entertains At Evening Bridge . Miss Dorothy Mullica entertained at a delightful bridge party Tuesday evening at her home, 201 South Maple street. Bridge was.played at three tables during" the evening hours. High score prize was awarded to Miss Lascada Underwood and low to Margaret Sweeney. The pastel colors were used in the attractive appointments and favors for the delicious. refreshments served at a late hour . The guests were the Misses Marguerite Hemstreet, Thelma Skort- man, Gladys McLean, Ho McBride, Mildred Shook, Helen Olson, Margaret Sweeney, Lascada Underwood, Beatrice Van Scoy, Jane Mullica, Dorothy Goosman and Genevieve Baum. ... Philathea Class To Meet>°'Thursday The Philathea class of the First Methodist church will meet Tiiujs- day evening with Miss Lela McDonald, 926 Grand avenue. Miss Vina Hardcastle is the assisting hostess. Mrs. Murtha Cote, Mr*. Htbel gUL» and Mrs. Clara Downs. The enter tainment coinaiitt** is composed o Mrs. Leone Stokka. MM. Genevieve Dearinger *»d Gilbert Cole. I, G. K. M. Clnfc HMtaM Mr*. W. A. Hefferman will be hoste»* Friday afternoon at 2:3 at her home. 11$ Burnett avenue to members of the G. E. M club. United Brethren Aid Meeting Ttuuni. The Ladies aid of the Unite* Brethren church will meet Thurs day afternoon at 2 o'clock at th home of Mrs. J. A. Snyder, (" Lincoln way. Phi Psl llpdlon Picnic Meeting Members of the Phi Psi Up silon sorority will hold a po luck picnic meeting Thursda evening at 6 o'clock in Brooksid park. All members are urged t be present. Star Circle With Mrs. Erickson The Star circle of the Luthera church will meet Thursday after noon at 2:30 at the .'home o Mrs. I. E. Erickson, 818 Carrol avenue. y Society New* Owl Country Club Hold* Meeting The Owl Country club met Fr day evening at the home of Mr. ani Mrs. Holger Hoffman near Story City. A large attendance was re ported. v Program numbers included: Vo cal selections, Orvie Hougland with mouth organ accompaniment songs, Marjorie Abrahamson, Helen Baldus, Norma> Springman, Luella Hougland, and Betty June Hanson sales talk, Mrs. Emma Hanson Mrs. Hazel Hanson and William Frandson; instrumental and voca numbers, Arnold Hougland. Refreshments were served at a late hour. ' The club will hold its next meet ing Nov. 24 at tLe Jay Born home «>«>«> Ollg League Holds Meeting The Dilg league of Story City met Friday evening in the city hall Delegates were chosen at this tim for the state meeting at Estherville Oct 15. The delegates were, Raj Jones and Lloyd Valline. A committee. Lew Johnson, chair man, L. C. Richardson, G. H. Kirby Dr.- A. L. Born, was also chosen to solicit rocks among the farmers These rocks will be used in build ing dams in the Skunk river here and reforestation .corps members will haul the rocks and build dams in November. the Worthwhile Circle Meeting The "Worthwhile circle of the was by The mothers of the fifth grade children served refreshments during the social hour. Harmony Club ; With Mrs. Crocker .Members of the Harmony club will meet for 1 o'clock luncheon Friday with Mrs, T. F. Crocker 827 Burnett avenue! ' We kindly ask that all society Ttems and lodge no- tlces be phoned or, brot to the Tribune-Times office not later than 11 a. m. on the day of publication. It will be Impossiblft to. accept any notice to appear'ln the so- clety column for the cur. rent day's Issue, after that "°". Items may be phoned b«tw«en the hourt " nd 11 •• m - Th « •ut ,s Lutheran churcTi will meet with Mrs. S. B. Larson, 1116 Marston avenue Thursday evening at 7:30. <§> 4> <& Christian Aid Meeting Thursday The Ladies aid No. 2 of the Church of Christ will hold its regular meeting Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in the church parlors. All are urged to be present and to be prepared to work. <S> <$>. <» Maccabees To Hold Open Meeting The Tallcorn Tent-Hive of the Maccabees will open its fall activities with a special social me.etiLg Friday evening at S o'clock in the I. O. 0. F. hall. Clarence Sills is commander of the organization. A guest speaker of the early evening will be Ed Youngs, supreme trustee from Detroit, Mich. Mr. Youngs, who is an outstanding worker in tho order, has served as great commander of Ohio and is also editor of the "Beehive," magazine of the Maccabees. F. S. Bergen, state manager of Cedar Rapids, and Lady A. D. Paine of Des m ne , 3 ' assistant state manager, Bloomington P. T. A. Meeting - The Bloomington Parent Teache association will hold its next reg ular meeting Friday, Oct. 20, in th school. Each family is asked to bring its own pumpkin pie. «> <S> 3> Legion Elects Officers Thurs. The Story City post, American Legion held its annual election o. officers Thursday at a meeting held in the city halL .The officers, are Joe : Havner, eonunaider; William Peterson, vice-commander; E. G Wiggin, chairman of executive com mittee; Stanton James, chaplain; Helge Johnson, adjutant; John Hill treasurer. Regular meeting .of the Legion will be held the second Thursday of each month. <$ <£ €> Evergreen School To Give Program ' Mrs.. Dorothy Gangstead, tdach- er of the Evergreen school south of Ames announces that a program will be given by her pupils Friday evening at the school at 8 o'clockf Everyone is welcome. will also speak. Delegates from Newton, Fort P* 8 Mot nes, Webster City orders will bo Cedar present. Dancing nnd cards will be the diversions of fhf> )at<»r ovenlng and frcshniPntH wlh b" s»-rvrd The refreshment fonnnlttoo Is of Mrs. Edith Unwin, NEWSPAPER PRIMARILY BUSINESS INSTITUTION ^CGontihtted From Page One) prise, holding positions of responsibility in the management of its affairs. In general, from the business office standpoint, the conduct of the newspaper business is no different than the conduct of any other kind o f •• business. The language of the newspaper business dffice is the language "of the business; street, thS: bankers office and the general commercial world. 'f Two Revenue Sources -The newspaper produces a product which is sold just as any other commodity is sold. This product, the daily, edition, produces revenue in two ways. First, it is sold to its readers thru regular subscriptions, or on the street by newsboys or at news stands; second, space in the paper.is sold to advertisers who find this medium the swiftest arid uost direct method of reaching the major portion of the population within a given trade territory. The newspaper's only-revenue is thru these two sources, subscriptions and (advertising, .and the revenue ' fr b m subscriptions is small compared to the revenue thfet .comes\from," advertising. The newspaper's revenue does not tale into;consideration .the operation" of Sob printing plants by many newspapers, both daily and weekly. The newspaper has to stand on its own feet and so does the job printing branch. Public Service Field The whole field of public service performed by the newspaper is one of the means, it has of maintaining its goo will, maintaining- its quality and integity and keeping HgU its standards as a medium of service for advertisers. The daily newspaper does function an a public servant, and has a highly developed standard of ethics under which is serves Its public. Rut this public service would not exist if tho newspaper's advertisers failed to support it, or if there wore no advertisers. The -subject of tho newspaper's relation to tho p»iblfc and social ilfr of i!in community will ho (level! ix!''Ds!voly In tno course of 1,'nls scries of articles. Nevada Woman's Club G«n«ral AMftnbly Thfc general assembly of the Nevada Woman's club was held Monday at the home of Mrs. E. A. Fawcett Fifty members and guests were present. "The Movies and Children" was the theme of the guest speaker, H. L. Kooser, of the visual instruction department at Iowa State college. A general discussion followed. Miss Margaret Napier, dramatic coach in the Nevada schools, closed the program by reading a group of selections from "Silk of the Corn," a book of poems written by Iowa authors. . Hallowe'en decorations were used about the house and in the dining room where refreshments were served br Mrs. M. R. Purkhlser, Mrs. C. A. Register and Mrs. William Swers. Mrs. H. T. Fawcett and Mrs. Ray McHose poured coffee. $ 't * To Entertain R. E. K. Club , The R. E. k. club will meet for 1 o'clock luncheon Thursday with Mrs. Paul Peterson at the J. K. Peterson home. Mrs. Herman Fausch will be ( the program leader. Miss Agnes Reedholm who is attending a business college in Des Moines spent the week end in the city. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Reedholm motored to Des Moines with her Sunday afternoon. They were accompanied by John Chapman and Jane Frazier who had spent the week end in Nevada with relatives. Miss Florence Plucar, Iowa sanitarium nurse returned Tuesday morning from Chicago where she had spent, several days at the world's fair. Miss Plucar accompanied her parents to Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hitchings and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hitchings were • guests Sunday In the Earl Hitchings home in Melbourne. W. A. Smith, Dubuque attorney and wife spent Monday in Nevada in the home of Mr. Smith's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hanson spent Sunday in Buffalo Center with Mrs. Hanson's sister, Mrs. H. 0. Iverson and family. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hemstock who were married recently in Charles City have returned from their honeymoon trip. Mrs. Hemstock is the former Miss Georgianna Robison. Jeanette McDaniels, daughter of Mrs. Mona McDaniels of Nevada, underwent an operation for the removal of her appendix at the Iowa sanitarium Wednesday afternoon. Dr. J. F. Tfrorris, head ~ot the Iowa sanitarium here, returned Wednesday afternoon from a week's motor trip in Oklahoma. He visited friends in _. Oklahoma City and other Oklahoma towns and speJit some time with T. C. Nethery, former business manager of the sanitarium, who is now in Topeka, Kan. Story City Legion Elects Joe Havnen STORY CITY—Joe Havnen was elected commander of 'the Story City post American Legion, at the annual election of officers held Friday night Other new officers include: William Peterson, vice commander; Helge Johnson, adjutant; John Hill, finance officer; Stanton James historian; Severin Cjent- land, sergeant-at-arms. Hitler Blamed -for Sudden Fall in Farm Prices WASHINGTON OLP> — Adolph Hitler was blamed by administration officials Wednesday for the sudden decline in American grain prices. They claimed that a chain of economic events, interlocking around "the world and impervious to the efforts of any one nation to Intercede, was started when he ordered Germany's withdrawal from the League of Nations. High councils of the agricultural adjustment administration explained the situation thus: , 1. Germany withdrew from the League of Nations. 2. International financiers became alarmed over European stability. 3. The value of foreign currencies skidded. 4. The worth of the American dollar soared. 5. The price of wheat fell in proportion to the dollar's rise. All that, as pointed out by one of the leaders in President Roosevelt's campaign for agricultural recovery, is scant solace for the American wheat farmer, who still has 55 per cent of his grain to sell. Wheat prices dropped 15 cents a bushel in three days. With furore over the decline at its height, Gov. William Langer ordered an embargo on North Dakota's wheat, thereby impounding 60,000,000 bushels. Secretary of Agriculture Wallace said concerning the governor's action: "I have every sympathy for folks like that, even tho I don't approve of their judgment" *" Th« governor threatened meantime to spread the embargo to other products and urged governors of surrounding states to adopt similar programs. The farm credit administration In Washington made a hasty decision to, announce the- purchase-on l,t)00,000 bushels of wheat for relief of the poor this winter. That happened Tuesday before the grain markets closed. Prices steadied somewhat Wednesday the councils of the agriculr tural administration continued study of proposals to loan money to,wheat farmers, in the same way that cash will be granted to cotton planters. The Commodity Credit corporation will give the planters loans of 10 cents per bushel on. their harvested cotton, thereby having the effect of pegging the prices at that level. Mrs. Eva Brown Stacy won flrtt prize and Miss Arlen White won second price in the potter contest sponsored annually by the Ames Business and Professional Women's club, it was announced Wednesday. Mrs. Stacy, wife of W. H. Stacy of the Iowa State college extension staff, is a graduate student at Iowa State. Miss White, a sophomore student from Indianola • lives at Mary B. Welch West dormitory. She was formerly a student at Simpson college. Both are students of applied art. Mrs. Stacy's first prize poster will be sent at once to Des Moines to compete in the state contest, winners of which will be announced Nov. 1. The 'State winner In turn will go to the national contest The national winner will be used in advertising the Business and Professional Women's clubs week in March. Judges of the local contest were Miss Marion Lepley of the applied art staff at Iowa State; Miss Florence Langford, gift shop proprief tor; and Miss Cleo Sponslor of the club. % Fourteen applied art students at Iowa State competed In the contest GREATER PUBLICITY FOE AMES SUGGESTED (Continued From Page One) "Ames is more than proud to be the home of Iowa State college, and at least The Middle West's Most Beautiful Campus.' "Thousands of tourists and travelers, many of whom are lowans, pass right thru Ames without visiting the campus, and therefore have no idea as to the beauty of the grounds and the magnitude of the institution. "My suggestion would be a, slogan for Ames, and have every business place provided with stickers, or have tbe slogan pristed o* letter heads of business houses, such as •The Home of the Middle West's Most Beautiful Campus' or tome- thing' similar. "There also should be signs on highways leading into the city bearing this slogan." China has adopted the use 9f the period in its writing. Jajxin has not yet come to a itop. PEICED EIGHT! VICKER'S Gasoline EPPY INGLESS OWERFUL OPULAR NOTE: Winter grade instant starting gasoline now on hand. Square Deal Oil Co. One Block North of Biigh- way Commission Ames Golf & Country Club ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING - BRIDGE DINNER Thursday, October 26, 6:30 p. m. Reservations by 10 a. m. Telephone 38 ' Mr. and Mrs. ?. H. Schleiter, chairmen of dinner committee I Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Lee,, chairmen of bridge committee Warm Woolie "KAYSHttTTB" Kayser's new winter ' 3 woolies — half softest silk—half purest wool — look and feel luxurious. They're made with a distinctive new style stitch — that gives a dainty style appearance. £. }«9» TPEN'S 'Dependable Since 1869" * -\ % I'M GLAD I SWITCHED TO IT IS THE MOST DELICIOUS COFFEE I EVER TRIED FORTY AND EIGHT ELECTS OFFICERS (Continued from Page One) active, and a large group of ex- service men eligible for Legion membership is being planned, to be preceded by a* dinner, if possible jefore the end of October. County Contest , The county Legion council is anxious to boost the county mem- jershjp because of the contest between Ame£ post and -the rest of .he county; in which Ames has accepted a challenge to eaual its membership quota by Armistice day. : _ . . .- i All American Legion members who have obtained their 1934 membership cards will be admitted free ;o the Kansas State vs. Iowa State ootball game at Ames, November .1. This is an added incentive for boosting the county membership at this tlixe. A committee was named to arrange details for the reorganization meeting here, including Chef de Gare Hattery, District Commander Harper, County Command er Yeager, Mrs. H. E. Hadley of Nevada, county auxiliary leader, and former Commander Gundersoa >f "Slater post. PINES, JAIL TERMS FOR NRA CHISELERS (Continued From Page One) lelegate thereto such powers may be deemed .necessary to accomplish the purpose of this .order." The fourth part of the order et fourth the penalties contained n the law. Under that authority, Johnson ssued five regulations. The first reclaimed the blue eagle insignia he property of the government. ?he second provided for its dis- ilay upon compliance with codes, sreements, rules and regulations, "he third required its surrender pon demand by Johnson or his .uthorized representatives. The ourth provided that nothing should revent those from whom the blue agle has been taken away from isplaying or selling goods marked y others with the emblem. The fth set the penalties. The administration's action was ntonded to protect merchants from competitors who wero misrepresenting compliance will) cod<R or agreements and give (he «d- '.ninlstrator with power to enforce his orders for revocation of the blue oaglc. W^K '^^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•W ^5S-»=*'^ irfW*^^^^^^^^ . . r BUTTER-NUT COFFEE DOES_ PLEASE MORt PEOPLE Kisje^j-^'-iSv. m£sE.^ff*& S^traSi K ***sa "•Ti^lflF 1 L' -T^x* < I* *Vj ^*&o ^ * ^v<&£« v XV *. • • <•'>'>' V'\ '"•'•' ' '• '.^V^vHi'; . •

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