AXES DAILY TlIBUJfX THUS. AJIEJ. IOWA. OCTOJUSJt 1933 Prizes $l,000-$700- $T 5oo^5o Next Vote Score Published Wed. ANY CONTESTANT FAILING TO MAKE A GASH REPORT FOB TWO CONSECUTIVE WEEKS WILL BE DROPPED FROM THE LIST OF ACTIVE WORKERS. DISTRICT NO. 1 HOW TERRITORY IS DIVIDED District No. 1 will include all participants residing within the city limits of Ames. One, two or three oJ the capital prizes and as many cash prizes as there are active participants will be awarded in tbii district Miss Alice M. Beach „ 812,200 G. M. Campbell «....* 71Q OOC Miss Jean Cole SloW MM. B. H. Daly .-. 815.9OO Mrs. Wilkle L. Harper ;. 818,600 B. T. Howland 810,000 Mrs. B. F. Knudson , 818,000 Mrs. D. A. O'N«il 811,000 Mrs. Gerald Sills „ .. 815,500 Mrs. Leah T. Scoltock ".".' 818,300 C. O. Straws 000,000 O. E. Wasser 813,000 Mrs, George Watson • 810,000 $25 WILL BE GIVEN to the person In this district turning In the most cash on subscriptions this week before Sat^, NOT. 4, at 9 p. m. NOTE—One Capital Prize and two District Prizes MUST be awarded In this district. Any district can win three Capl^l Prizes. , • DISTRICT NO. 2 District No. 2 will include all participants residing outside the city limits of Ames. One, two or three of the Capital Prizes and as many cash prizes as there are active participants will be awarded in this district. Mrs. Fred Jf. Andersoa, Gilbert 813,400 Mrs. P. F. Foster, Maxwell : .,.. 800,000 Mrs. S. H. Fredrickson, Roland 5,000 Mrs. R. A. Gerdis, Rt. 1, Ames 795,000 Mrs. J. W. Grinstead, Rt, 8. Ames "... 641.000 Mrs. Daisy Hunter, Rt. 1, Ames 712.60ft Mrs. C. C. Little, Napier , 5,000 Mrs. Florence O'Mara, Cambridge .... 5.OOu Mrs. John 1. Mather, Rt. 2, Ames .... 5,0<ic Mrs. Ralph C. Miller, RL 2, Story City 815,300 Miss Frances Xothomb, Colo 5.OOO John G. Oppedal, Story City 28(MKK> Scrral Munsen, Story City . ^...... 810,000 Mrs. Adelaid Smedal, Nevada .„ 482,600 Mrs. George Starr, Kelley 815,000 Mrs. Frankie Sotter, Slater 5,000 J. 8. Wilson, Roland 805,500 Mrs. F. C. Zenor, Rt. 3, Ames 423,000 Two $100 •20 1PY 1OTH Or AMM < ^^^^^Bi^*S«B«BB«MB^^BBP Cash Commission to u Non-Prize Winners Paid Daily ,, $25 WILL BE GIVEN to the person in this district turning in the most cash on subscriptions this week before Sat., Nov. 4, at 9 p. m. JfOTE —One Capital Prize and two District Prizes MUST be awarded in this district. Any district can win three Capital Prizes. LIST OF ORGANIZATIONS HAVING VOTES TOWARD WINNING THE TWO $50 ORGANIZATION PRIZES, ORGANIZATIONS Alliance (Delta Delta Delta) Altar & Rosary, St. Cecilia's Church ... American Legion Auxiliary Ames Woman's Club Ames High School Mixed Chorus Ames Church of Christ Collegiate Presbyterian Church Collegiate Methodist Church Congregational Church Congregational Church. Gilbert Congregational Church, Kelley Eastern Star Emanunl Church,' Story City Evangelic Lutheran Church, Fernafd '." Episcopal Church First Methodist Ladies Aid Gilbert Congregational Church ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'. Girl Scouts, Ames Grace Church, Story City Gilbert Lutheran Church Ladies Aid. Collegiate Method!*'Church Ladies Aid, Christian Church Ladies Aid, Baptist Church Laura Chapter, H5, Q. E. s'. Lutheran Church '_ _ Masonic Lodge, Nevada (Story Co ^ Methodist Church ..."/ ^°'' Maccabees Pergon Church, Roland Presbyterian Church '.[ Rainbow Girls '..'.'. Roland American Legion . [' Salem Lutheran Church . . ', [ ' Story County Social Service Leacun "" V. K. Ladies Aid *^»gue ... Ames Post No. 37, American Legioni Congregational Church, Kelley Gilbert Athletic Hub '. Khvell Evnngolirn! Chinch ••......'.',', Slater American Logion s «. 1'etri Church, Story City .".'.'.' 36,000 115,000 120,000 118,000 58.000 84,000 90.000 90,000 69.000 60,000 72,000 90,000 48.000 50,000 75,000 81.000 84,000 78,000 80,000 85.000 89,000 115,000 88,000 100,000 51,000 24,000 95,000 77,000 72,000 97,000 75,000 70,000 51,000 90,000 76,000 72,000 95,000 101,000 06.00O 48.000 48,000 i Opportunity Days! ill GIVE Double Votes Think of it! Your Efforts Count YOU MIGHT AS WELL BE HAND-CUFFED IF YOU DONT GRASP THIS OPPORTUNITY! for 1 I Up to and including Nov. 4th ACT NOW! Do not pass up the opportunity now being offered by the Tribune-Times for •pare time effort. Doubtless there are some people, perhaps many, in Ames, Story county and adjacent counties, who are passing up this opportunity without realizing what they are missing. What? Too busy! Haven't time to make from $100 up to $1,000 in cold <sash these days? A great author and philosopher once said: "If you want a thing well done, get t a busy person to do it—others haven't time." •'Eight now, the very beginning of "Double Vote" days, is the time to enter and really start working. If you sit by and let someone, perhaps not so capable as you, win these big prizes—well, don't blame anyone but yourself for feeling like^sticking your head in the sand! IS IT TOO LATE TO ENTER? HERE'S THE ANSWER! "Is it too late to enter now?" This is the usual question asked by some who have been thinking of entering the campaign. The answer to that question is this: If you can get subscriptions for the Tribune-Times it is NOT too late, but it is ALWAYS too late for thot* who can't. Get your pencil and paper now and figure for yourself from the schedule below just how long it would take YOU to secure a commanding position during "Double Vote" dayi. THE BIGGEST VOTE OFFER OF THE ENTIRE CAMPAIGN Winner to*be announced The winner who won the $25 special prize last week will be announced together with the winners of the two special $25 prizes for this week. Any subscription mailed and postmarked Saturday, Nov. 4th, will be credited toward the two EXTRA $25 prizes this week. So watch for the winners' names about Nov. 7th. v Two people-one in each district-will be $25 richer after 9 o'clock Saturday night, Nov. 4th. TWO $ 25 EXTRA THIS WEEK Saturday Night Ends This Special Offer—Nov. 4th. Don't Forget WHO will be die two winners of the two extra $25 this week? You Get Twice As Many Credits Now! Now's the time to start working in the #6,500 campaign! You are invited by the Tribune-Times to enter your name or nominate a friend. October 22 to November 4, inclusive, the BANNER PERIOD! Ames Tribune-Times ,500 "Daily Income" Campaign LOOK! How to Gain Over a Million Votes! DURING "DOUBLE VOTE" DAYS 10—1 Yr. Renewal Subscriptions 20—1 Yr. Renewal Subscriptions *> — 5 Yr. Renewal Subscriptions in first week of contestant's entry— 1,240,000 Votes in first week of contestant's entry— 2,480.000 Votes in first week of contestant's entry— 5,000,009 Votes 10—1 Yr. New Subscriptions in 20—1 Yr. New Subscriptions in 5 Yr. New Subscriptions in first week of contestant's entry— 1,840,000 Votes first week of contestant's entry— 3,680,000 Votes first week of contestant's entry— 6,500,000 Votes EXTRA! 2-$$0 in cash For organizations having most votes on Dec. 15th EXTRA! $50 in Cash Second week*'Double Vote' days ending Nov. 4th 20 % Commission Paid Daily TO WIN YOU MUST ENTER! THE EXTRA VOTES (1) 6,000 free votes with each nomination. (2) 100,000 EXTRA votes for first subscription (new or renewal) if turned in within 48 hours after nomination is made. (3) 300,000 EXTRA votes with every $10.00 club of subscriptions turned in. ' (4) '300,000 EXTRA votes for every three (3) yearly subscriptions turned in during' FIRST week of can. didate's entry. (5) 200,000 EXTRA votes for every (3) yearly subscriptions turned in during SECOND week of-candidate's entry. (6) 100,000 EXTRA votes for every (3) yearly subscriptions turned in during THIRD week of entry. (7) 100,000 EXTRA votes for a cash report on Wednesday and Saturday. ENTER AND WIN! During "Double Vote" Opportunity days, October 22 to Nov. 4, is positively the only "Double Vote" offer of the entire campaign! CLIP, SIGN AND MAIL NOW! Good for 5,000 FREE Votes YOU MAY NOMINATE YOURSELF OB A FRIEND ENTRY BLANK I hereby enter and cast 5,000 Votes for— Miss, Mr., Mrs (Pleat* print name) Street or R.F.D Phone No. Postoffice .7 State as a candidate in the Tribune-Times "Daily Income" Expansion Campaign.
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