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Ames Daily Tribune and Ames Evening Times (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Ames, Iowa Page two the Ames daily Tribune and evening times monday april 23, 1923. News Bdl whaler att no and the show ii Francis Hughes want to Renwick Boone yesterday. This morning to visit for u few Days Byron Raker was in Boone yester jw1 1 r Al Msj Nile Wooster of Nevada spent the weekend visiting with her Sidler tiny to attend the Joe Derb Rbt yesterday visit ii Dow. Was in Des Moines t with friends. Miss Amy Wheeler spent the week end in Boone with her parents. A Yeth Mckenna spent the weekend in a Bone with her parents. Walter Stark of Story City was in ame yesterday visiting with friends. Or and mrs. Atthur Posie were in Boone yesterday visiting with friends. Or a Merton of Boone visit gtd friends in Ames yesterday afternoon. K. L. Fischer manager of the Muscatine lighting company visited Over the week end with his parents or Aud mrs. Fischer 617 fifth St. L. E. Wallace of grand rapids. Mich., was a business caller Iii Ames saturday going to Boone this morning to visit with friends for a few Days. Mrs. M. If. Craig and daughter Alice visited with mrs. J. Ii. Macdonald Over the week from Lair return trip to California in route to Lincoln Nebr. Or. And mrs d. N. St Nee of mar or. And mrs. Robert Lark visited j Sall Lown returned to Ali eur Home this Iii Cora Den and Sheardon Over the 11 mining after spending the weekend weekend with friends. I in Ames visiting with mrs. W. C. An Derson. Mrs. Ben Adams of Morehead mrs. Homer Duea. In touch with or. Shanahan chamber of co Mem office. Rosenfeld of Kelley was a i Quot a a i to Radcliffe this morning to at in Ames saturday.iten<1 a business interests there. Fifths it visiting Louise business shopper jim1 Anderson. 713 in Boone yesterday for enc s. I. E. A. Ferron of Runnels i1-ring her son d. E. Fern e. I it a . Robert Frh Quayson visted in to in c s Over the weekend with wether. Margaret Jenson of Story City in Ames saturday nos Theresa Hallowell had Tho misfortune to break her Arm last week while cranking her car. Dorothy Smith of Des Moines spent a he weekend with her Mother mrs. F. A. Smith of Milford township j. C. Mos Man 817 eighth Street was or and mrs. J. W. Cain of Boone with a cited in Ames yesterday at the a. In craves onto 335 Lincoln Way. It film if Dis his a add Tho yesterday a business shopper evening. Or. Wal Frederick att by no a ii game in Kelley afternoon. Or. And mrs. Of. N Fuqua attended Lite baseball game in Kelley yesterday afternoon. Louie cd Nimer of the fair store was in Des Moines yesterday visiting with Friend. Miss Roseland Cook went to Moines this Marling to spend the Day on a Haines. Clara Dixon spent the week end n Dees Moines it Ding her Friend. Mrs. John Boyish. Mrs. Vav. S. Bates 1018 Duff Avenue a Mem to Des Moines this morning to ape in the Day. Returned to her Home this morning after spending the weekend in Ames with her daughter Rowena who is in the Hospital. Vir. And mrs. Serrian b. Arnold. 618 tenth Street returned yesterday from Des Ottoes where they were visiting friends and relatives Over Tho weekend. Or. And mrs Clark Johnson and daughter Imogen 611 Carroll Avenue pent the weekend in Des Moines visiting w Ith mrs. Johnsons Mother. Mrs. Grace Legg. Mrs. Emmett Erwin of Kansas City is spending a few Days visiting in Ames with old Friend and relatives hop Reg at the f. E. Clark Home on y t Al Hogg Avenue. Mrs. L. 0. Wilson of Creston re a turned to her Ohms this morning after j spending the weekend in Ames visit Jug with Hor daughter Margaret who it a student of the Iowa state College. A e. Stringfellow 1109 Clark Avenue went to Starford this morning to attend to business interests there. R. F. Fuller of Story City returned to his Home this morning after spend a lug the weekend in Ames with his was j Wolf a a by. J. Thomas and family of Nevada spent sunday at mrs. Thomas Brothers Home j. W. Anderson on tenth Avreet. Mrs. Ida Scott 622 Kellogg Avenue retinue sunday from Fernald were she visited for several Days with j fiends. Tony Stueland 1225 Kellogg ave j Nae went to Sioux Falls s. D., this j morning to attend the funeral of his i brother. J or. And mrs. Fey Moody of Des i Moines spent the weekend visiting with or. And mrs. C. H. Moody 1125 a Robert j. Shanahan a been a. I pointed chairman of the citizens Mill or j. M. To derm an who has Bein Mary training Camp committee fort biting at the Charles a i Stony county and will serve As the hot it a left for his Home in Zearing i civilian Aid of the War department in last i Day. J aiding it to secure recruits for the i to give free course in Fine for dancing Burns Adversa a Sto sept 3r 2 the it. Of of h Randal i it a a a com intr intr Musingly popular for dancing. House of Street Wear mad of Ute Best materials with hand turned Sot it and Tom heels a Rill fit any foot 13vt to 9, aaa to k. The last word is shoe Comfort Aud style. White Black or Brown kid.$6.00 Patent Coit or White Buckskin 7.00 Rod or Green kid. 8.00 Gray beige or Otter suede. 8.00 to make rare you Arf yet Ling the . Oak for the name a Ubu to t no venal Sandal Quot stamped on tile Ali. Fand Monty older or a win Pervert it i . Dealers write for attractive Agency proposition. Mrs. Bertha Eddie of Story City returned to crome this morning after spending the weekend in Ames with friends. M. Eci Asci r of Des Moines University visited Over the weekend with Bis hater. Mrs. Carles Hamilton 703 Duff Avenue. Mrs. Gertrude Taylor of Milford consolidated school spent Tho week end of the Jav. Anderson Home on to tit snoot m. Cd Kyle. Of St. Louis returned to b s Homo this morning Niter spending a weekend in Ames with friends the College. Or. And mrs. K. A Freeman of Mason City Are visiting at the hone of their daughter mrs. L. Vav. Butler i Quot i Burnett Avenue. Donald and Riehart Hammer. 603 Douglas Avenue and Harold and Teddy looser 602 Crawford Avenue spent sunday in Des Moines. I the i i summer encampments from this vice n try the c umps Are to Orion August i j and will continue for a period of so Days under the Plattsburg system Ini hated prior to the War. All expenses i including transportation Board and j room medical attention and clothing j will be Given free by the War department. Applicant will be accepted Bel Ween the Ages of it and 21 or world War veterans will but taken up to 35 years of ago. Tho training provides several courses both in Advance and Bash military training. Each applicant is required to pa., a physical a initiation before entering Tho course of t raining. Persons eligible for this a course and desiring to get a month s vacation at die Cost of the government should get or a Ltd to ii Dndr Femmi Quot s.595 so Brou Ottay los Angeles California Lester Walker of Rhodes return i j to Bis Home saturday after spending tin weekend in Ames with Levi j Thomas 712 Burnett Avenue. I mrs. Jessie Johnson of Boone was j i Aile i to Ames yesterday by the Neri-1 re us ulness of her Mother mrs. Ella j. I Taylor 263 East fifth Street. I mrs. Veil Frederick returned Sun a Day from Rockwell City were she had i by n caring for her Mother who re Jaunty returned from to Hospital. Or. And mrs Leo Wayman of web r City visited Over the weekend v Ith or Quot. Wayman parents or. And mrs Dis Sorenson vis Burnett Avenue. There it is i present immediately All uncalled Victory 4% notes for payment As of May 20, 1923 pre in 1 it ii. Merit it it Btry department urges that these notes be cilia Tely in order to facilitate payment at May a especially True of registered notes As a Annot he made for them until registration is Dis a at the Treasury department in Washington i. Of be Good to your eyes the in the matter of glasses solid Comfort should Sui Creed every other consideration we constantly Endeavor to furnish glasses that Ore particularly becoming but our main thought is to Render a service that assures sight satisfaction to each and every Patron learn to know to to your advantage l. C. Tallman registered optometrist our Hun ast one-1 s an will tii Erx glad to perform this service flt w nil i 111 at tin c sup s a a pm rate o placing the proceeds of your Bonds Cut. We will add to your savings i compounded Semi annual v. In Leemou Union National Bank and Union t rust amp savings Bank tor in the mothers heart Relief the i no xxx % x x x in x x x i i a a % i ii 5 % x x x x e .1 i v x a s x x v x x % x x in x % in St % x or t s in x % v s St i i % i i % x x a i 5 x x x x x m x x x x x x s i x x i to m Paramount pictures i a the world s finest a Ufi. A for the family we family open your Spring and summer season with us there is enjoyment for All p a incest Tam Hal. I <3 ivies. Nile a selected programs ame Yed Cill tif base you Atn. A the dict or Here can Blank cartridges win a Battle they eau if we Are to tub seriously one of the come Ify scenes in a tile locator a a new Paramount feature starring Wallace Reid now at the Princess. This scene seems to be convincing proof that morale and Confidence More than bullets Are th1 important factors in a War. In this scene from the picture founded on the play by the late Richard Harding Davis or. Reid and an army of rebels of a is undo South american country charge the Loyal army firing volleys of Blank cartridges from their guns and turn a near defeat into Victory. The government troops done to know the shells Are Blanks and their own ammunition exhausted they flee like rabbits through the dense smoke. Neither do the rebels know the shells they Are firing Are Blanks but think ing them real bullets they fire with courage and make a victorious charge. This is Only one of the Many big spectacular scenes in this new picture which was filmed under the direction of Janus Cruse. More than 1,600 persons were used in this Battle seem1. Lila Lee is the heroine playing the daughter of the rebel Leader. If a stray Bitt of Wisdom. Railway travelling in not travelling at All it is merely being sent to a place and very Little different from becoming a . 2-mile-a-minute adventure boy of boy what a picture fights and thrills and Gay Romance in a Spanish banana Republic with a wild Young american and a pretty Senorita the Center of it All. Theodore Kosloff Walter Long Kalla Pasha and Alan Hale in the Fine supporting cast. Jim s me s tues. I a a a hair How i a Vav can i of tame a tit f i i i i a special 2-part comedy and Bathe Vinsy right off the front Page Richard Harding Davis wrote it the Story of a Man who turned his family Over to a Young a go getter and came Back to find them All changed. This up to Date comedy ran a year on the new York stage. Its Story is universally popular the laughs Are Many its love interest most appealing and it was directed by the Man who made a when Knighthood was in cast includes t. Roy Barnes Tom Lewis and William Norris. L ooh i tin name program a a Hull Montana in a Rob in Good int Emy on a Doug so a Robin Hood hade la Tho Anne massive Forti. Every scene carefully cued by the finest orchestras in the county of re to re the opening of the new Spring and summer season finds us prepared and ready to meet the new and in creasing responsibilities of supplying the people of Story county and students of Iowa state College with the High a est Type of amusement that v ill measure up to the present standards of living. The selections for the next few months were chosen after weeks of study and hours spent in screening the various attractions. Only the successes of the largest producing companies will be presented in our Heaters. These companies have watched the selection of stories the choosing of Strong casts the assignment of famous director the elaborate details of Lux i ious production All with but one thought in mind to make the finest pictures the screen can produce not for arts Sake alone but for real entertainment value. The comedies news reels and Novelty numbers have All been chosen to properly blend with the balance of the program with which they arc shown. Certain it is that there has been no Effort or Money spared to make these a family programs the greatest we have Ever presented Ames theater co. H. A. And a a Joe Gerbracht in if Iress Ali uranday Friday april 2027�?�?oame,�?� Thomas Meigh Aii Iii a Rick Holm unit broke a a a picture hat inlay Paramount Princess Mon it Lay to it Shiy May a Iii Lier Lri the a a a Salome i i-l.v�?1"ann to wed Maqi a a knifed artists production Ames theater Friday. April 27�?Princess, hat Only hobe Daniels Aud Coni Uil Nagel big singed a i Tyi it a a Paramount picture vines a Mon Date Day May 11-1,%�?�?� a Billing Hpe nit ills dime with Walter fliers a Paramount picture a s i run Ressy monday tuesday april 80-May i a what s wrong with the women a an amazing answer to this present mad Iger starring Barbara a astir on Montague love mrs. Dew Olf Hopper and seven famous -.tars. Princess a wednesday my Ion a games a a when Knighthood was in i a Paramount picture thursile Nve Marion Davies Prince Nonna in Friday May it i ooh a Ami a saturday a a vice of the Mineral a a first National att nut Jon a a mesh a my non it Tuc it buy april 36-May i Agnes Ayers Tom gallery and Sylvia Ashton a daughters of luxury a a Paramount Piet in Jame a a mesh a Kirkwood Friday May 1h�?Princess. Saturday Richard Dix and Helene triad Wick in a eth Hill mood a it s a Goldwyn hinges so wednesday May Jael Holt in a Many Ames a thursday Paramount picture a games a wednesday May 2�?rudolph Valentino in a blood Anil Sand a a Paramount picture prims a ame a monday May 21-22�? Betty Simpson Flowers a a Paramount picture a the White Princess thursday Friday May it to a games a saturday trip Cit Hughes to aet set or it a a souls Loc Sal a a i a a tiring Hollywood and its people a Goldwyn production a monday tuesday it May 21-22�?jack Holt Money a a Paramount picture in a Noli Odys Mph Tiresa wednesday May 28�?rodolph Chi i it of a a a elite Young Rajah a a Paramount pin it a a mesh a Friday May 4�?Princess, satunlay�?1�?obrattices Tider tin skin a featuring to Lalure Windsor he enc that lick i a of in i la v and Norman Kerr it a ifs a Gohh Yit p Friday Nlay 24-2.t�?�?oames. Douglas fait l inks in a Robin Lima a a i United artist v i. L 1 As Rin it Ess -.viondn\-tuesday, May 7-Sth�?Douglas Mcl Ean Star of a hottentot a in a Bellboy Tiff a ii St National a a i me Tionta a a thursday Liday May 2i-2jv�? princes la. Lure presents a hears of jealousy a a i attraction Ames a monday tuesday. May 7-h�?a spot cat it ular pro diction dedicated to the firemen of the nation a the third alarm Princess a wednesday May 0 he Viola Dana in a Boeing is believing a a metro classic of in cow so Mondo tuesday a it 2h 2t>�?�?oames.�?� v Gloria Swanson in a the int pow is Hie mrs. Bellow a picture a Ames a wednesday May Llu Elsie Ferguson in a the outcast a Paramount picture a a mesh a monday tues Rio hard Bart holiness in May 28-2 a Princess w a blur a a a a first Nat Iona i incest a thursday let a ten it. May 10-11�?�?oames,�?� saturday pols Negri in her first american made production�?1�?obella Donna a with Conrad Nagel and Conway Ternate a a Paramount picture Princess , May 81-Juno in a atm d. W. Griffith s thrilling melodrama a duo eve a it gut bats the a Tiht la a aim a aim so a thursday Friday May to Llu Princess saturday Iloria Swanson in a prodigal daughters a a Paramount picture lip a thursday Friday May 81 june in prims Cecil it. Mille presents a a Damn a j this list Post it Handy to miss o to cheat Yob half our chief concern is the Public a attitude toward our to Heaters we therefore try to run our houses in the Best interest of our patrons. First National metro Goldwyn and uni auctions

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