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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - December 23, 1935, Ames, Iowa Tass two Mes daily Tribune Ames Iowa Moit Bay december 23, 1933. Quot buy better in ame Quot ii $7 local news -4 for Jack Graves left monday Cameron wig., to join his wife and Little son Over Christmas. Or Graves and son have been visiting in the Home of her parents for two weeks. They will return to Ames with or. Graves after Christmas. Mrs. Lena m. Smith of Des Moines or. And mrs. C. J. of Duluth minn., Richard ii. Smith of Shanghai China Mother sister and brother of the late a o. Smith Are spending the Holt Days with mrs. Velma g. Smith and Dauber Charlene 3226 West Street. Bob Pauley has gone to Mason City to spend the holidays with his parents or and mrs. Rav Pauley. Or. And mrs. Robert Schmidt of Roanoke va., Are expected to arrive. Early this week for a visit in the Home of or. Schmidt a patents prof. And mar. L. B. Schmidt. On Leek Street. Airs. Bell Moses 906 Clark Avenue received Wor saturday of the death of her grandson Merritt Eastwood 25, at Eugene Ore. Eastwood son of or. And airs. I. L. Eastwood former Ames residents now of Eugene was killed Friday when struck by an automobile. Mrs. Moses will be unable to go to the West coast for the funeral services or. And mrs. Don e. Fan Cher of Sheridan wyo., arrived saturday evening to spend Christmas with or. Fancher a parents or. And mrs. G. C. Fancher 621 fifth Street. Miss Louise Hayler and brother Robert Hayler have gone to Newton for a visit Over Christmas with their parents or. And mrs. A f. Hayler. Miss Donna Bone has gone to grand River for a few Days visit with her Parent a. Miss Bone who has been a Linotype operator at the Ames daily Tribune for several weeks is being married to w. M. Doughman jr., of Des Moines dec. 3l a the couple will reside in Des Moines. No improvement is reported in the condition of e. S. Hicks 700 Douglas Avenue who has been ill at his Home the past few Days with influenza. He is still confined to his bed. Mrs. A. L. Rec vis is spending the holidays in Mason City with Lier son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. W. E. Hall. Roger de Lacy will visit Christ Mas and Over new years with his parents or. And airs. C. J. De Lacey at Mason City. Air. And mrs. Elmer Jacobson mrs. Carlie Olson of Roland or. And airs. Oscar Hellord of Des Moines and or. And mrs. De Holland of Thompson were in Ames Friday where they attended funeral services for j in Jacob Stokka. Or. Anil mrs. D f. Guilder of Eldorado state College. Fort Collins. Colo., Are spending the hoi Days at the parental f. E. Gander Home in Homewood drive. Or. Gunder will attend a convention of the american association for the advancement of science in St. Louis mo., next week. All. And mrs. K. F. Trottnow of Villa Park iii., mrs. Nordica Beebe of Kalamazoo. Midi., or. And mrs. S. R. Stokka and Mise Marjorie Stokka of Chicago returned to their respective Homes saturday after spending several Days in the Home of or. And mrs. Kenneth Stokka. I hey were called to Ames by the illness and subs fluent death of their father John Jacob Stokka who died dec. 17 at the Mary Greeley Hospital following an operation performed Dee. 12. Funeral services were ii id Friday. The misses Leah Belle Betty and Glendora Briley of Ames and or. And mrs. Harry briefly of Boone will be guests Christmas in the Home of or. And mrs. Clarence Beden at Jewell to boo announcement was made out our Way by Williams Rio twer so no use Gat tin in we Only got a few blocks of r s f of Peck \ c on we re Goin right past your Streett to ere a goes my Book but keep Goin ill Etc us 4 building a g. R. Ramsey assistant professor in forestry Extension will talk on a forestry plans a a and g. M. Mccullough Minneapolis will talk on a cooperating with wild life conservation in 1936.�?� or. A. B. Graham Washington will give the final address of the convention in agricultural Assembly at i p. In. Saturday on a the Challenge of the new announcement of winners in Tim judging contests and presentation of new officers will be made at this time. Awards to be Given include the l. O. Wise trophy to the High scoring team in livestock judging achievement certificates to 20 High scoring livestock judging members and to the 20 High scoring Grain judging members and special 4-11 club achievement pins to the 20 High scoring members in livestock and Grain judging. A state 4-h club Corn show will be conducted in conjunction with the boys Short course and 4-h state convention Joe l. Robinson Secretary of the Iowa Corn and Small Grain growlers association has announced. This will be the third year the Corn show has been conducted during the convention. Previously club members entered their exhibits in the state Corn and Small Grain show which is staged Here during farm and Home j we a in february. Each exhibit consists of to ears selected from Corn grown during 1935 in the 4-h club members county project. County agents Are cooperating with the College Extension service and the Iowa Corn and Small Grain growers association in making proper entries. Exhibits will be grouped according to the Section of the state in which the Corn is grown. The four sections Are Northern North Central South Central and Southern. Three Blue three red and three White ribbon awards will be made to entries in each Section. Samples placing first in each Section will com Pete for a special trophy. A Beautiful bouquet of violets a with a Rose and packed in amp cellophane Box delivered for Christmas. Call 4do Everts Wentworth workshop entitle them to charter memberships in purple mask include Dean Knudson of Ames son of or. And mrs. C. A. Knudson. Dean is now enjoying a Holiday visit Here with his parents. Bootleggers get new Iowa seals people Are driving in from Points to to 20 Miles away to get Pfunder a tablets at Lincoln Way pharmacy. West Ames for their stomach distress pain and discomfort due to hype acidity of the . Day by sgt. Al. J. Connolly director of dramatics at Wentworth military Academy Lexington mo., of the formation on the Campus of a Junior chapter of the order of the purple mask Honor dramatic society. Cadets whose previous Endeavor in the Field of dramatics in Des Moines Olp a Iowa a new Quot fool proof liquor seals have fallen into the hands of bootleggers the state liquor control commission Learned monday. Q Cly new seals recently issued to deflator do half replace Stamps in use when 38, of in i Irver a i00 were diverted from the comi ties Vii injury i Mission vault thru Bootleg Chan Driver charged nols have been stolen from a Washington Cwm fun i a Etc re a a in ral arrangements w ere made last Day Wheeler amp Woolsey in a rainmakers mat. 26c amex o i. Or Kin a ii i an h ii tomorrow meet a More Beautiful More captivating glm amp a Roger with Geo. Brent added fun yacht club boys in a a Vodka Boatman Walt Disney silly symphony a cock of the walk entire program goes to a Capitol Quot Christmas Day and thursday not continuous performance both theatres on t v a it Christmas Day. Price scale same As Sun. Londay for sen. Themas i. Schall the Driver of the automobile which fatally injured him was ordered arraigned on a manslaughter charge. Schall 58 year old Blind Republican from Minnesota died sunday of a Skull fracture Haemorrhage and Shock after a valiant 55-hour Battle. To never regained consciousness after being struck thursdays Lester g. Humphries of Hyattsville md., was ordered arraigned monday before Justice of the peace Herbert Moffatt in Hyattsville on the manslaughter charge. Cup each z Collins Man is named to office in business Assn. Collins a. E. Fish of Collins was named president of the North Central Iowa farm business association organized Friday at a meeting held in Webster City. George Dillon farm Bureau agent was elected specialist in charge of the new organization which covers to counties. Farm record keeping and other matters relating to the business Side of fanning will he featured in the new organization which has an initial Mem Luishi of too. Story county people in attendance included ii. J. Montgomery farm Bureau agent. Or. Fish of Collins b. A. Docs and or. A. I. Haugen of Ames and mrs. La. E. Sucher of Story City. Clipper driven Back Alameda Cal. a severe mid Ocean storm much heavier and wider than Ordinary drove pan american airways giant China Clipper ship Back to its alans a base monday after the big Craft had flown approximately one third the distance to Honolulu. The Lionel distilled products company of Chicago monday informed the state commission that 1,540 of the new Type of Stamps were stolen from the distillery offices december 19. Court will act quickly on Coal control measure Washington it let the supreme court monday decided that it would Grant a Quick Tost of the constitutionality of the bitterly disputed Guffy Coal control act setting up a Little aka for the soft Coal Industry. The court acted on a joint request of the government and attorneys for j. Carter hear of the Carter Coal company. Tho court action monday will enable it to provide an Early test of the Laws constitutionality. The effective enforcement Date of the Law is less than a month past and machinery is still being set up for its administration. State Center Man injured in crash state Center George Alexander 75, a retired Farmer narrowly escaped death at 1 20 p. In. Saturday when his car collided with no 12 crack North Western eastbound passenger train on the Cayuga Street crossing Here or. Alexander was taken from his car to the Woods Hospital where it was found he had suffered a three Inch Scalp wound cuts on his nose and numerous body bruises. The car was not badly damaged. Air. Alexander was alone in his car at the time of the Accident. Magazine peddle using names of Ames ministers Ames ministers reported monday that one or possibly More Magazine salesmen were operating in Ames using the ministers names and possibly the name of other prominent people As recommendations in securing a Down payment on magazines. The Rev. Amos w. Stolen stated monday that he had heard of three persons who purchased magazines when the Salesman stated that he Tad been recommended by the minister. A i have recommended no Salesman a said the Rev. I stolen. This Magazine Salesman has been operating in Ames for More than a week it was Learned. His procedure is to secure a Down pay ment with the order. Police were close on his Trail monday noon. To dins reduced prices for last minute gift shoppers Courtesy Selling monday night Here s a partial list of the savings we offer gift shoppers for the last Day before Christmas. We have neither time nor space to list them All. Many More will Greet you on your visit to the store. Toys formerly priced one table to 79c. 25c toys formerly priced to one table ll.2d. 50c toys formerly priced to one table 12.23. $1.00 dolls reductions of to 2 menus Robes 14.95 values $3.89 menus store misses Robes and pyjamas values to $7.95 $4.98 2nd floor girls Vest and panty sets $1,00 $1.29 value. In gift Box. Ages 8 to 16 years. Girls 2-pc. Pyjamas $1,00 Ages 8 to 16 years. Each in gift Box. Children s dept.�?2nd floor 5-year diaries $1.00 values 69c boxed Linen handkerchiefs 50c values 39c Box chromium sugar so Creamer sets 69c formerly 89c carving sets $1,00 values 89c Duco enamelled trays 89c $1.00 values i at the hospitals new York stocks j close today itt new York a following Are in Day a closing bids on the new finals on the stage these 6 acts competing for the final Cash prizes t Otaling $60.00 come and hear the champions Norma in Dorothy Mae Threlkeld mandolin and guitar Herbert amp Myron Arrasmith twin singers Billy Rhodes niger Bud Roberts comedian dancer Wanda june Smith Sonera and dance Kenneth Warren Impersonator Aru a Iii mat. 26c tues. Only Capitol on Tbs St Tik Kwh v us a i a my b Lily Vit Mia mrm Richir \ Hun ends today Barbara Stanwyck in a Annie Oakley Mary Greeley list of patients Henry Woodruff or. K. A. Taylor. Mrs. Bonner and baby mrs. Merlyn Hanson mrs. J. S. Johnson and baby Carl Shumway mrs. Robert Short and baby in in. Jensen mrs. A b. Brooker. It ollege list of patients Alfred Roth Acker Charles Gould. Amy Rogers John Starr Marjorie to. A is Ofa Nir a a a setts ftps Arlt a Ltd in we we smartest gifts i l l v i Hom in $1.00 or they re exquisite it Aret sheerer flawless wingless just the shades and weights she craves or sister Moth it sweetheart or Friend. I kit Fli it i it a 1tit of Nuel a to frat a a a Arsine Aurash Istl York Stock e a change a met Lea a can. 134% american Lecorno live a a. 23% american t. And t. 153 Anaconda ,. A. It. 28% i at Chis a t. And s. F. 56% i Bethlehem steel. 48% i c. Amp be w. I oui. 2% Chrysler. A 92% Corn products. A a a. 68% general flee toe. 36% general . Ira. 55 % lain minutiae harvests r a. A 60% Montgomery Ward 38 % j new York Central. A a i Pennsylvania or 29% i Sears to bite k 64% i Standard of of n. J. 48% i Btu Lebaker. To c. S. Rubber. 14% i u. S. Steel.4 j a West in Gin Tun else Trie 94% Standard Oil of ind. 30 is Iti h Bervie 2% Chicago Grain table e up a High u a a of wok \ i Luly 90% 90% is 9 % May 99% i of 1 4 till i 99% i my. To 4% i us 6 ii % Corn july 611, 61% 61 cd May .9% 60% 59 59% i dec. 5s% 5 v m "1s> 5 81 a a i Oats a july 2k % 1 w in % 2j1. May 28% 28% 28 28 dec. 26 "4 27 26 26% r yes july 53% 53 % 52 % 52% May 52% 62% 52% 62% d Cri 51% % 51% Barley 1�?o it it Roland children in Christmas program Roland a children of the sunday school of the Bergen lutheran Church will present a Christmas program monday evening at 7 30 in the Church. The program will include vocal duets solos readings and a play. Taking part in the Christmas play will be Betty Johnson As Mary Robert Rusdal Joseph William Hanson narrator Harold Highland a Pilgrim James Britson shed Ritland William Britson shepherds Loren Britson. Junior Sandvold Robert Jondall Wise men. 480 children will get legion toys continued from Page one games five dozen handkerchiefs a 20 tables 32 chairs 24 wooden 1 beats 120 air planes about 1,200 Small Iron and steel toys 120 Large and too Small dolls 50 doll Beds 20 doll buggies 4 Box 3 of moulding Clay to blackboards one Largo pedal Auto 12 trains three dozen ironing boards six rocking chairs five dozen stuffed animals one baby High chair 14 doll High chairs 63 music books. Among re it ent donations to Tim toy shop were those by the Iowa Gamma association City employees Tribune publishing com Pany Post office employees f. R. White Frank Mann a c. Cock a Dall i wanly club Iowa state ccl-1 be thru Dean c. It Friley Ames Grain and Coal company. Atlantic and Pacific stors. B la Telephone company employees de Coe White Lin Transfer company. I l. Clement. Bert Myers w. E. Jones if of Hickok h. 0. Parsons. Walter Root Tom Perry h l. Gleason w. F. Beard. I a urn in 300 4 h boys to Convene in Ames Conlin red from Fage Doe compete in the livestock arid crops judging contests in the armory boys will be divided had end s a dependable since 1 869 a a a we \ rim t la tit Quot ill Arr in into squads and the High from each county will con the county team. J demonstrations of Corn ing work with 4-h Hub milk and Cream products to get Given by Bremer and \ county teams at i p. A. Friday. During the rest of the afternoon i she 4-h boys will be divided into four groups according to years in 1 la work and will take Pastin a variety of programs. J the annual banquet will tak Plait in great Ball of memorial in Ilion it 6 20 p. In. Friday j emphasis on conservation of natural resources including soil i forestry and wild life contend Ilion will he Given at the Satur Day morning sessions. J. S. Quito Extension associate professor in club Wrork at Iowa state will preside at the general meeting the theme of which will be Quot conservation of our natural a Murf Mcdonald assistant director of agricultural Extension work will talk on a general plans b. J. F Irwin rigs elate professor of of Imp v til n f4oii saving and Sheldon Munn hotel is Coffee shop i amp a Mem a Cwm a Mem a Mem we we we we we we we we we

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