Daily Capital News, April 25, 1931, Page 4

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April 25, 1931

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Jefferson City Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - April 25, 1931, Jefferson City, Missouri DAILY CAPITAL NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 25,1931.IfdAI ACTIVITIES AND CDCANIZATICNS THEATERS Miller: “Cracked Nuts,” with Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey. ‘‘One of the Smiths,” talking comedy. “An> Little Girl,” screen song. Mid-Nite Show:    “Shipmates,” with Robert Montgomery. FASHION PLAQUE I Gem: “Gun Smoke,” with Richard Arlen and Mary Brian. “The Indians are Coming,” chapter 2 sound serial. Sound News. - Announcements A benefit bridge and pinochle party will be given on Monday evening, May ll, by the Daughters of - Isabella in the Immaculate Conception Hall. Today . Emma McKenna Circle will hold a rummage sale on Saturday morning, beginning at 9 o’clock in the - Cole County Courthouse. The Lambuth Missionary Society will hold a rummage sale Saturday ^morning at the Metholist church -parlors. SOCIETY Miss Hoefer To Be Hostess To Friends This Eveneing Miss Anne Russell Hoefer will entertain the members of the Delta Chi Alpha sorority and their dates this evening at Cedar Heights bungalow on the Moreau. - The guests will Include the Misses Mary Elizabeth Baker, Mary Dot Gwinner, Leona Leslie, Dorothy Ttaithel, Helen St. George, Frances Smith. Mary Reynolds Duffy, Frances Leslie, Alice James, Jewell Ceruse, Mrs. Sam Salley, Mrs. Robert Gwinner, Mrs. J. C. Deaton, Mrs. Norman Harrison and Misters Jack Gwinner, Tommy Griffin. Robert Gwinner, Davis Jackson, John Schmidt, John Barton, Clyde Harley, Kenneth Wickham, Alden Stockard, Sam Salley, Ralph Bat-teiger, Ralph Kruse, Norman Harrison, J. C. Deaton, Frank Stoner, Otto Langan, Happy Arnold, George James, Leon Burnett, Hugh Waggoner and Dr. J. D. McLeod. of Marshall, Mo., who is & house guest in the Kerr home. Leola Miller, Editor Wedding Is Halted Phone 213 Miss Howard Honored with Shower-Bridge Miss Mildred Lewis was hostess with a bridge party on Thursday evening at her home on Monroe Street in compliment to Miss Elizabeth Howard, whose marriage to Mr. Ernest Stuart of Rushville, 111., is to take place in June. Score favors were received by Miss Howard and Miss Mary Jane Smith. A lingerie shower was given for the honored guest at the conclusion of the games by those attending the party. Carried out In the room decorations and menu was the color scheme of pink and white. Each guest received a small bouquet of sweet peas as a favor. Honoring Miss Howard are several other parties to be given in the near future by her friends. A PLEASANT relief from shiny straws is this model of a crinkly dull black straw simply trimmed with black “angel ribbon” which catches up the brim on one side. in which a brief history of each branch was given and an outline of work they carry on during the year. In the evening was the International Dinner at the Missouri Ho-teA. The following program was presented before over one hundred people: Invocation—Dr. T. B. Mather. Introduction of Guests of Honor: Governor and Mrs. Caulfield and Lieut.-Govemor and Mrs. E. H. Winter. Many Women Attend Tea Given by Mrs. Caulfield About two hundred women were entertained yesterday afternoon from 4 o’clock until 5 o’clock by Mrs. Henry S. Caulfield at the Mansion. Hie affair was the usual weekly “at home” kept by Mrs. Caulfield, but was postponed until Friday so that the women in the city attending the American Association of University Women's and Sedalia Presbyterial conventions. The other guests attending included women of Jefferson City. Surprise Party Is Given for Miss Frances Schulte Miss Frances Schulte was pleas-. . antly surprised Thursday evening at Welcome to Visitors-Mr. Hugh : hcr home ^ Swift.s Highway by a Stephens, president of the Jefferson I group of her friendfi dancing was City Chamber oi Commerce.    j    diversion of the evening follow- Response—Mrs. John Courtland I €(1 by t}je trying 0f refreshments. Mill, Jr. International Program of the A. A. U. W.—Mrs. Otto Ruhl. Greetings from Panama—Senora Ines Marie Fabieda Prieto. Those who enjoyed the party included the Misses Hermina Helm- j erichs, Goldie Romsdell, Alberta Wallendorf, Margaret Kliegel, Helen Schulte, Rose Schulte, Marie Interesting Program To Be Given at A. A. U. W. Meetings The second and last day of the Significant Situations in the Kliegel, Dorothy Schulte, and Her-World Community—Dr. Erfta Pat zelt. SHOUSE CHARGE IS HURLED BACK BY G. 0. P. CHIEF Sen. Fess Says It Was Democratic Chairman Who Really Brought Up Religious Issue. Boy Dies, Girl Held Dorothy Mackaill, film actress, ro bert Wekamp, Otto Wekamp, Wil-m .    Ham Smith, Oscar Wekamp, Louis .    .    „ ,, i Today , program will include the wekamp, August Zehender, Victor    °    Hollywood    without    a    new following:    i    Schepker, Andrew Schepker. 8yl- Morning    ,    yester Schulte and Albert Kliegel. 9:00-12:00—Registration, Missouri Hotel-    C. ll. Slarky Is Given 9:00—Branch problems:    Com-    Surprise Party by Friends A. A. U. W. state convention will : mereial activities, study groups and c. H. Starky was surprised by his begin this morning at 9 o’clock    in | finance.    j    friends on Thursday with a party the auditorium of the Carnegie Library. The meetings yesterday were all well attended and proved to be very interesting. Yesterday morning was taken up mostly with the welcoming of the delegates to the city and hearing reports from the state officers and committees. During the aftemon session reports Were given by the branch officers, ■ The Function of the State Or- at his home, 311 Hart Street, in ganization—Mrs. Mills. The Work of the National Association—Miss Wilkee. The International Federation of University Women—Dr. Patzelt. Vote on revisions. Report of nominating, budget, auditing and convention commit- MiuiR LAST TIMES TODAY Mat. Daily. ;’:30, 15 & 30c Nights, 7:15 9:15, 15 & 40c THE TWO CRAZIEST NIT-WITS IN THE WORLD— BERI ROBT. WOOLSEY in a Dippy, Daffy Comedy Scream . . . “CRACK-D NUTS” With- DOROTHY LEE BRING THE FAMILY —and Take the Blue Cure! Tomorrow WILLIAM HAINES «— \r\ — “Tailor- ? Made Man plus “One of the Smiths,” Comedy ‘Any Little Girl,” Screen Song Afternoon 1:00— Luncheon, Missouri Hotel. Speaker—State Superintendent of Schools, Charles Lee. 3:00—Tour of State Capitol. Meeting of new State Board. honor of his birthday anniversary. An enjoyable evening was spent in playing bridge and Mrs. Wilber Marr, Mrs. Theodore Hoffman and Wilber Marr were presented with the score favors. Those attending tile party included Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Starky, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hoffman and baby and son, Robert, Mr. and husband. Just an hour before she was to marry Neil Albert Miller, member of a prominent Los Angeles family, in Honolulu, the wedding was called off. It is rumored that either the actress or her mother favored the suit of another. States and hor country are cordial, that Panamv has not lost her language or her customs, but that she has not a lvar ced to the place that she had been promised and hoped for. Tho main address of the evening WASHINGTON, April 24—(AP)— j A charge by Chairman Shouse of | the Democratic national executive j committee that the Republicans in- j Jected the religious issue into the ( last campaign was hurled back at the Democrats today by Chairman Fess of the Republican national committee. “Clearly and unquestionably Mr. Shouse did inject the religious issue,” in his recent San Francisco speech, the Ohioan said in a statement from Republican headquar- ! ters. At the same time he said the Republican national committee circulated an anti-Raskob article by Frank Kent in the 1930 congressional campaign but added it did not refer to the religion of Chairman Raskob of the Democratic national committee and would have been distributed whether Raskob was a Methodist, a Baptist or a member of any other denomination. He said Shouse’s speech had been repudiated by several California Democratic leaders. The latest development in the Shouse-Fess controversy came after Shouse had attacked Fess’ past speeches and dealings with newspapermen and denied having said in San Francisco the Republicans bought and distributed 10,000,000 copies of a magazine containing an anti-Raskob article by Robert Cruise McManus. Fess started the controversy by referring to a San Francisco newspaper article quoting Shouse to this St. Louis Man Who Escaped Prison 3 Years Ago to Get Full Pardon Investigation Reavels That He Has Led Exemplary Life Since Conviction as Holdup Man. ness and for many years, according to investigators, had been a law-abiding citizen. Application for a pardon for Preston was made to the governor by Maurice Well, St. Louis philanthropist and by several St. Louis newspapers which became interested in the case. Miss Louise Dulle Elected President of Sorority Miss Louise Dulle was elected president of the Alpha Delta Theta sorority Thursday evening when the sorority was entertained at the home of Miss Lucille Dulle on Bolivar Street. Miss Meta Johann a ber was elected as secretary-treasurer. The rest of the evening was spent in playing bridge at two tables. Score favors were won by Miss Catherine Roer and Miss Margaret Vetter. At the conclusion of the games refreshments were served by the hostess. Evelyn Lewis, 18, was held by Michigan state police, following the death of Adam Bellinger, Leelanau county farm youth, although she and the boy’s parents testified at the coroner’s inquest j at Traverse City that he commit- j ted suicide. No gun was found. effect. He added it was a “deliberate lie.” Shouse retorted he had been misquoted and had in fact referred to the Kent article. In his statement today, Fess characterized the rejoinder as “half confession and half denial.” He said it was immaterial what article Shouse referred to, and added: “Here is the vice of Mr. Shouse’s action—an attempt to imply that the Republican national committee circulated a pamphlet containing an attack on Mr. Raskob because of his religion.” “The Republican national committee,” he continued, “did circulate portions of an article by Mr. Kent when that Democratic newspaperman exposed in Scribner’s Magazine last fall the Raskob-Shouse-Michelson campaign to •smear’ the President of the United States.” A TRUE VERDICT CLIENT: I don’t like these pictures. They don’t do me justice. PHOTOGRAPHER:    Justice? Lady, what you want is mercy.— Answers. was given by Dr. Ema Patzelt, Mrs. R. E. Butler and son, Donald president of the Austrian Federa- Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Marr, tion of University Women. Dr. Miss Louise Kerr Entertains Bridge Club Miss Louise Kerr entertained her two-table bridge club Thursday evening at the family residence, 811 East McCarty Street. A special guest was Miss Katherine Lawless Duhinskv Bros. GEM LAST TIMES TODAY Mat. Daily, 2 to 5, IO & 25c Nights, 7 to ll, IO & 30c A WESTERN TH AT S DIFFERENT! Thrilling Action! Hard Riding! Two-Fisted Fights! Richard Arlen Mary Brian “Sweethearts Again in— “GUNSMOKE” —ALSO— Chap. 2 Sound Serial "The Indians Are Coming.” Late Sound News Tomorrow-A Lady Surrenders'* shirrini1r '    N.,,l Patzelt spoke on “Significant Situations in the World Community.” “The world is so big and we are small by ourselves that we must grow stronger by uniting” was the advice given by Dr. Patzelt. In her Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bryan, Mrs. Lee Van Horn and daughter, Betty hee, and Miss Louise Wallace of Fulton. Interesting Speeches Given at “International Dinner” Mrs. Otto Ruhl, state chairman J speech she traced the history of of International Relations for the Austria from the time before the American Association of University World War up until the present Women, pointed out that “We as • year, showing the difficulties that university women have received ; ber country has had to contend much, therefore we owe much” in a with and the great difference in the short speech given last evening at role she now pla.is than the part Dinner is Held by Auxillary of V. F. W. Over sixty-five people attended the sixth annual dinner of the Auxiliary of Roy Sone (103) V. F. W. held Thursday evening in Labor Hall. Interesting speeches were given, including the presentation of the Post’s colors by H. P. Lauf. Honored guests at the meeting included Mrs. Marian Meir, department president, Mrs. Paskuel and Mis. Meir, all of St. Louis. JOPLIN, MO., April 24.—(AP)— A. E. England, 24, tire shop proprietor of Ava, told police here last night, lie was kidnaped at Springfield Wednesday night, robbed and held captive by two men ior more than 15 hours before he was released yesterday near Picher, Okla. COLUMBUS, O., April 24— (AP)  Frank Preston, 30, St. Louis, recently returned to Ohio reformatory at Mansfield after freedom of 13 years, will receive a full pardon from Governor White this afternoon, the governor announced today. The pardon, Governor White said, is being issued on the recommendation of W. J. Kennedy, assistant,; state director of public welfare who' was assigned to investigate the case. | Governor White said Preston would be brought here late today from the reformatory to personally receive the pardon. The chief executive said his investigation showed that Preston had become a law-abiding citizen during his years of freedom and that “I feel that he has made good and is respected by everyone who knows him.” Preston was returned to the reformatory from St. Louis IO days ago as an escaped prisoner. He walked away from the institution in 1918 while serving a term for robbery from South Zanesville, Ohio. A trusty job had been given Preston as a reward for his bravery in saving several women who had been attacked by negroes. After escaping Preston went to St. Louis and married, later setting himself up in the restaurant busl- HANOVER, Germany—A stream line passenger coach driven by propeller has whizzed at the rate of 110 miles an hour on a five mile stretch of railroad track. The sponsors says the Zep on wheels did not have space enough for real speed. They hope for 150 miles an hour. iV° CLASSIFIED SECTION The Hosiery Shop Antoinette Grant, Inc. 116 E. High Due to an advantageous purchase—we are able to offer these special values in Silk Hosiery. $1.95 All Silk Sheer Chiffon, $1.65; a 3 pair for All Silk Chiffon, $1.65 $1.35, 3 pair for _ $3.50 The Dramatic Club SHUMATE CHAPEL Presents “ONE MINUTE OF TWELVE” A Comedy Drama in Three Acts — at — LOHMAN, MO. in the Sommerer and Koestner Hall TUESDAY EVENING APRIL 28 —at 8:00 o’Clock —Admission— Adults, 25c Children 10c the International Dinner held at the Missouri Hotel. Mrs. Ruhl in a brief manner outlined the work of she played before the war. D**. Patzelt said that it must not be forgotten that Austria has wzrk- tlie A. A. U. W. in International eti very hard, but that “The impos fields and stated that in order to side can not be done.” The war make world peace possible the bar- destroyed a great monarchy and Tiers of misunderstanding must be broken down. In a very pleasing manner Senora Inc: Marie Fabieda Prieto, who has only been in the United States for eight weeks, told of the attitude of her country toward the United States. The Senora asks, What has Panama received by giving so much?" She pointed out I that Panama had hoped to increase her commerce by the use of the ca-! nal but that this desire had not left a separate state, a state that has been left to build up new economic interests. In the past few years, soys Dr. Patzelt, Austria has be-:.) atle to surmount soma of these difficulties, but that she Is still dependent upon other countries. Austria has the resources but lack. the money. Dr. Patzelt pointed out that the United States has been of grett service to her country and that they would have found it very hard to , been fulfilled. The canal has not reach, even the place they have tO' served them as they had expected, day without the helping hand of I Senora Prleau assures us that the 4 .erica and the other foreign relationship; between the United 'countries. JACK, ESTELLA LAWYERS CONFER The Business and Professional Women’s Club held a meeting last evening at 7:30 o’clock in room 202 of the Monroe Building. Tile meeting was the last of tile year and most of the time was spent in discussing plans for the state convention, which is to be held here next | month. MOBERLY, MO., April 24.—(AP) —Lakewood Park, near here, has been purchased by Boy Scout officials as the official Scout Camp of the North-General Missouri area. The tract consists of 50 acres of wooded land and a three-acre lake. Revolt in Iceland The Schumate Chapel Dramatics i Club will present, “One Minute To j Twelve,” three-act play, at Lob- j man, Mo., on Tuesday evening,f April 28, at 8 o’clock. TONIGHT 11:30 P. M. SPECIAL PREVIEW MID-NITE SHOW IU MILLER THEATER ROBERT MONTGOMERY in His First All-Starring Picture! PERSONALS Judge and Mrs. A. L. Reeves of Kansas City, former residents of tills city, have been guests at the Missouri Hotel for the past few days during the session of the Federal Court. Mrs. Reeves has been entertained by some of her many friends during her visit in the Capital City. Several people from Jefferson City motored to Warrensburg Thursday evening to attend tile concert given by the world’s most famous pianist, Paderewski, in the auditorium of the State Teachers College. Among some of those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parrish. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tuck, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dewey. Mrs C. W. Thomas and Mrs. Charles A. Lee, Failure to effect a reconciliation between Jack Dempsey, former heavyweight champion, and Estelle Taylor, his movie actress wife, is announced by Attorney* Robert E. Burns, left, and J. L. Scott, who met in San Francisco, Cal., to discuss divorce action of the ex-champ, represented by Barani. Scott is Estelle’s lawyer. Word lias been received here of the selection of Miss Helen Nelson, daughter of Speaker Eugene W. Nelson of the House of Representatives, as May Queen of William Woods College at Fulton. She wll, preside at the May Day festivities which will be a part of the commencement day activities. Miss Nelson, who is a senior, president of the Young Women’s Christian Association, and a member of the student body council, was selected from a group of photographs submitted to Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr. j Miss Avis Miller left Thursday j for Campbell, Mo., where abe will j visit for several days with her par- | en ta. Omar D. Gray of Stuj^eon was I in the city yesterday morning on J business, Iceland now joins the list of countries in revolt as students and others throng the streets demanding that their country, now under the nominal control of King Christian X of Denmark, above, be proclaimed a republic. Since I'J 18 Iceland has been acknowledged as a sovereign state. CARD PARTY at Wardsville Hall, Monday evening. April 27, at 8 o’clock. Make reservations with Louise Wilbers, 29 I., Mary Weavers, 36 K, or JulLuina Srhrppm, 4F. Paul Weber. Jr„ was recently elected president of the Student j Booster Club of Southwest Baptist College at Bolivar, Ma    ( Permanent Waves gg.ot, 910.00 We Specialise in Better Permanent Waves Eugene and Croqulgnols mrs. a. m. 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