Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa
29 Jun 1938

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29 Jun 1938

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - June 29, 1938, Ames, Iowa Page two Mes daily Tribune Ames Iowa local news or. And mrs. Stewart White and three children of Orange cal., Are visiting for several Days Ai the Home of or. And mrs. Frank Batman and or. And mrs. Mike Maroney. White is a graduate of Iowa state College and Many local per-10ns will recall his record a half aged armies of civil War last meet fewer than 2,000 out our Way r wednesday june 29, 193 Gettysburg reunion Gettysburg a h paged armies came Back to the Bat two dark the College football team. I Blefield at Gettysburg for the last or. And mrs. Harold Jamison i time today with the sound of Dusty and son left wednesday for ten1. ,. Drums their ears but near mile Lake. Minn. Where or. J Ansi their hearts. Ion will recuperate from a recent Aper Tion i or. And mrs. Miller Strayer left wednesday for Indiana and Ohio sphere they will visit relatives and friends. They came veterans of the grand army of the Republic and the men of Robert Lee a for a final reunion the Little Blue Ridge Foothills town to which Mhz Mary Kurtz 520 grand ave weary soldiers trudged to years Lue left wednesday for Camp vis a ago search of shoes and the san Juan at Durango Colo., where they found instead the of Here she will spend eight weeks bloodiest Battle of tile civil War she will Stop at Denver Colorado ast Springs Pueblo and Gallup. Ai. Or. And mrs. A. ,1. Martin Sii grand Avenue returned the first of Many of them had been Here be fore. A few of them clanked through the Little Diamond shaped the week from Boston mass., business District Dusty Blue and where they visited their son Rog Gray uniforms Long ago when their and his family. The son is pm a Cheeks were As smooth As the Ripe peaches which they saw shaken to the ground by the rumble of electric played by the general Tympani there. Mrs. 0. H. Richardson and sons Lowell and Douglas left monday tor their Home Detroit mich., of Ter visiting for several weeks a Frith relatives ame. During if their visit Here they were guests it the Home of mrs. Richardson s Mother F. Carrels 117 tenth Street at the e. H. Richardton Home 115 South Riverside Dave and at mrs Richardson s sister s Home mrs. A. A. Magill 720 often tic Street. They also visited at Hie country Home of or. And mrs. 6 j. Groe Nickel. E. V. Welker of near Indianola led wednesday morning at the it a methodist Hospital Des Moines. Funeral services will be held Friday morning at to a. . At the Carlisle Church at Carlisle. La or. Welker is the father of Irtys. Bertel Smith. Pert Smith to a grandson of or. And mrs. A b. Maxwell. Mrs. Maxwell a Pes Moines with mrs Smith when Ker father died. A or. And mrs. F. L. Murphey Lefi sunday for Floral Park new York where they will \1,Sif their son and his family or. And mrs Lawrence Murphey i mrs. F. H. Mcclain and daughter Gladys Are vacationing at Denver Colo. F miss Ellen Bauce will leave Friday for a vacation trip to Illinois i Chicago she will visit miss Florian a Van Nice formerly of Ames. Y miss Eva Critchlaw will leave sunday for a vacation trip to Auriga 111., where she will visit her soother Aud other relative. J miss Jen Erickson and Marie artillery. Hundreds More toiled slowly across the Battlefield Iii 1912 the 50th anniversary of Leeds Las vain bid for Victory. Today there were fewer than 2,000 converging the spot where James Gettys stopped his of cart 1780 at the end of his search for h Fertile peaceful farm. Last reunion they will not come again. This j 75th anniversary reunion is the last and Gettysburg a which once trembled at the clump of Soldier boots along her dust White pikes a welcomed Confederate and Union veterans with a Sunburst of flags it which the stars and bars Shook the sunlight beside old glory. All of yesterday the Advance guard drifted from the West the South and the Northeast and soon after Dawn this morning they were by Williams Orson Welles is pessimistic group of about 380 ministers convened Here will go to the committee arrangements of the next annual meeting. Iowa pig crop estimate is up j twelve percent Des Moines la up a the Isla wilt., whom critics have called the most dynamic Force the modern american theatre believe a regretful sort of Way that the stage has gone to pot Welles founder of the Mercury theatre group was asked to address a Section of the National education association tuesday the drama. The 23-year-old who played Brutus a Blue severe suit spoke wearily As though from a deep depression. Quot the theatre a he began Quot is not Worth your attention a i he theatre a he continued a i a place to come out of the rain Quot the theatre Quot he went Quot is a place to Wear your dress up Welles said he understand Why so Many people went to the theatre. Quot they came to the Mercury much greater numbers than they had any business to Quot he said. Then he delivered his Quot most unkind St Quot entertainment value Quot he said a the theatre is vastly inferior to the says pastor must question from the floor. Prime bring Man g rebirth moister Neville Chamberlain a continued rom Page one bounced a parliamentary commit and Ula wrong tee would be named to investigate every person has the capacity Sandy a complaint. And the Tat ult for Fellowship with a it a i c the sover Zinent also was con got1, and Ellis faculty we Call Faith British Lhart be riled of Ltd Jwj a unrest Ami k a till0uh this faculty that Estline where martial Law was de a a a a to appreciate and a by United press dared because of demonstrations Rop Riate environment terms of Fly a a adopt programs for daily vacation Bible schools adult education part it i Grams promotion of educational the importance of ,.co Jaf Nepf Catlon for both youngsters and j schools of missions about theatre f/iult8 had the 8potilnt of neglect Hon wednesday As or. Norman Rev. M. Wallace of amex a new i Ork her a Orson Mogaard of Des Moines reported is charge of Young no uni Welle the Young Man from Ken the committee Christian de work for the Church Low it cat to a and presidents of Coe col ported that Quot Naif of the Childre lege Parsons College Buena Vista of most of our communities Are re College Dubuque College and the i piously neglected Are without chairman of Westminster founds sunday school or other religious turn gave their annual reports. J training. Many of our leaders have included Ratlan Lite train no for their work and la the report Chris some of them Little heart for it Quot Quot a a a be u�e8llon i Rev. Wallace praised the efforts i it the last sunday october be 01 the vacation Church schools a. Designated As Christian education taking advantage of the Leisure be Quot cd Uronen mint is 70u d it me 01 but a a a a gtd Quot a a to make to preach upon some phase of the Sable a wide and essential program Church s educational program. Last year 72 such schools were other recommendations by the committee were that churches re ported the Synod a slight increase Over the previous year. To restrict bombing of Spring pig crop Iowa was est j re Bel Spain has taken Steps to against the hanging of Solomon to quote divin mated wednesday at 9.203 too re Quot strict the bombing of British yes Joseph Young jew. Illustrating Man s personality by comparison with sight and hear possible a err t radiation cultural statistician. Iowa s Spring pig crop constituent or 12 percent More than tit i wherever a. F they ate unloading loyalist poits j Joseph was executed for firing it or. Emmons asked Why it is lop 0 of of head by or navigating the seas it was re Arab bus. The British ordered that when we have the capacity to Leslie m. Carl Federal state agr sealed at Rome today by virginia1 the hanging despite the fact that and hear and the faculty to Gayda editor of the Gior Nale d today was a i Illious feast Day demand sight and sound Buat we italia who is usually regarded As the jews attached religious signs Tell consider that there is some coming full strength by special ted nearly 30 percent of the 31 -1 spoe8iruai1 for Premier Benito j fica Nee to the event linking the thing mysterious about the faculty., j Mussolini. Came to Eph the Trail i Quot i our personality to have fellow 43 a. It a m the 12 j Omayda without saying so seen a Hon of a new Messiah. Ship with god. Corn Belt states and 21 percent of. De to imply that Gen. Francisco jewish sources claimed it was flit entire United states crop Ltd Arl i h Slauco. Rebel Leader reached his the first execution of a jew int us i.mussoliniad-1 Palestine inc. The fall of the Teml a it re a a pie to a. D. Value human personality to toe i i to c., i Point where we have made Laws i. 11 a it t aha 1 a the rebel against the taking of life. Yet our diplomatic observers however Del get Valencia was still held up it believed Mussolini some Way a Shuff loyalist resistance. The cad suggested no matter How hot it gets outside it is always Cool and comfortable the collegian of Legill today amp thur. 2 big hits Nomine a sacred / a no to Imit / c \ Quot a i Kim. A / train by bus Ami by automobile. Knotty fingers fumbled at tire brims of Black Campaign a at hey saluted. Grey hat came off to tire a i Era eke of a rebel yell. Of tire Corners of the Village Diamond and along the Road Between the Gray and Blue Camps they gathered to touch bands where once they hat struck with shot and St eel to aus formed th1 ground they trod with Uncertain feet has been transformed into one vast memorial for More than 43,000 soldiers who fell there at the turning Point of the War. It Obi Brome and colder May Hie Mark for history the once Bur supreme value ginner Are leaving saturday for Bing spot where Meads hours a two week ? vacation trip through the Southern Mountain Region. They will Stop at Washington i. C., new York City and Buffalo and will return to Ames by Way of Wisconsin Cassius Dowell of Dei Moines United states representative a Ames wednesday calling friends. Mrs. William Parks jr., left monday for her Home Pitts Burgh pa., after spending two weeks at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. F. E Horning 312 tenth Street. \ Claude Smith or. And Donald Daum Are attending summer sea a ions at Drake University Des Moines. Or. Smith is enrolled the College of comm rce and or. Baum is taking several courses the conservatory of music. Because his wife nagging made him a menace traffic a Narm Motorist flied suit for divorce. The ingrate should have i it sea tickled she let him drive his car once a while. A a a danced person Ray a Mon the gun cemetery Hill where Lee sat astride his White Hoise. Traveller watching fearful burst of fire across the Valley where Reynolds fell the Rmistead flourished irs hat hts sword and dying gasped a vain Call for Victory by said. The number of sows narrowed this Spring was estimated at i,-129,000 head or i percent More than the total narrowed the Spring of 1937. Carl said that the Avera number of pigs saved per lifter this Spring was unusually Large being 6 44 pigs compared with 6.26 1937 and 5 92 the Spring of 1936. A fall reporting districts Iowa increased their pig or of this Spring t it largest increases occurred the Western and Southern areas where both feed supplies and bog numbers have been unusually Low for be i a1 years Quot cart Sal. Quot As compared with the average Spring pig crop 1932 and 1933, the crop this season is about la percent smaller a advanced reports the num decision without vice. Reduce tension a a of not intended primarily to protect Man from the loss of his to Franco that were forced to abandon i int Jud a u the interests of european peace j be it a frontal attack and attempt a the at at action of Hia per Oila Lity and British italian relations it Hanking movement to break Len Lemons stressed would be w Ell if attacks British j through the loyalist Tea slow Progress Chica the japanese battered ship could be eliminated or re St rioted. It was generally agreed Quot something has happened to the nature of Man to Pervert his per-1 that Gaydas admission that Frau-11 thu River barricades defending Happy or Strier so ill a ,. I he Bible Calls this sin. South America Tae threat of can i \ ,. Because Man has become Separ renewed a Between Bolivia Paraguay eve the ulan Chaco a a ? de r e somewhat allayed when delegates the task fore Pickett s men crumbled the Ber of �0 a ,0 a a Oln for fall far burning Sun at bloody Angle. Peaceful Valley the memory of those heroic moment w As As i As the sound of old War Drums the minds of today a returning veterans but the peaceful Valley to which they came had Boon made into a Camp with luxuries they could never have dreamed of their soldiering rowing indicate that Iowa Farmers plan to increase Breeding operations by about 15 percent Carl said. He estimated that 507,900 sow will be retained for fall Farrow free Porte kit St Gay a said Franco would try to eliminate attack British shipping navigation secondly avoid Diacri Annaton against toe Brush Flag wherever possible the bombing of loyalist ports i thirdly establish a free ports i ,.�v Hor a it i to the peace commission agreed to where British ship could Dis charge cargo. Mussolini it was said would Dea a Gtna he leave for Home Mand either that the rebels be recognized As belligerents with such rights under International continue Nee Ria ions and the bolivians withdrew a threat to Vlk thury to Tkac h Law or that Britain would Promise i attn or i Uius. Non t of Alton ferry Harum 1 a tl0ru any but Simmona University a most note a if these intentions Are fulfilled Noll Mary traffic with loyalist athlete this month. Terry hold and fall utters Are of average size i Balu. He american javelin throwing the total 1938 pig crop would be other difficulties j record and a the 1936 about 12.000,9 10 head or More i Mussolini also was expected to Oam Eit a a 1 position As teacher at Richland which minister face today a con eluded or. Emmons. Included the Busy morning session filled with reports from several Iowa colleges receiving presbyterian support was the recommendation that the Iowa Synod meeting be i eld Ames for the next three years. This recommendation approved by the general of Only have to try Mobil Gas once to convince you it s the Best gasoline you be Ever used buy one gallon or one thankful and try it and then see if there Isnit More car food value More calories of car endurance and Morejo butt wins of car Energy than any Gas your cards Ever had the pleasure to digest. If your car has a gasoline appetite and who a does to then Mobil Gas is the Best daily menu and especially a to eat for that fourth of july trip so fill or up before you Start at Hohe Shelps Mobil Gas Turl a a shorty Hohenshell Lincoln Way at Kellogg phone 1855 Days. Row Afu r Row of Brown i than stress of the i support Tho rebel suggestion h�11 Springs Tex tents were pasted perfect for 1937 a is Quot if a,8� a safety ports Quot be designated of a a i oration the rolling Hillside across which Pickett s brigade barged to death. Sentinels All Day thu flags the Street formed unending Row of striped sentinels and at night White threads of Searchlight circled they across the would by about 15 percent smaller than the average annual Ltd of for 1932 and 1933 a Earl said there w a no parti ular which British ships might go safety under supervision of Neutral observers. I stands studded the Roadside Audo Ersha dowed the Little Shack. I marked by a Confederate where Longstreet had hrs quarters. Still further along Seminary Ridge beyond Lee s Headquarters tire tent City housing tin veterans spread out Over the fold. There years after head stolen it. the i .0vve a aus faced a h other interests of poetic Justice we Hope Chicago College students Are crating a mechanical a a Kajj i. A meter to find out the intensity of their kisses of they can to Tell without a machine what do they 1 Maut to know for a # a somebody who explained he s Quot got religion Quot returned a Towel to Din Albuquerque hotel several Lake raised j Orleans. La. La the level i of spirit Lake was raised 4.32 Inch addition to its by Anion Tiou today ,.n ii inn no # �?�inn.-. the. Monthly Jbl, the Britley government was Labe Weena 2, of a a of Farrow inf. This Spring except harassed by two other major Iii a ii cuties. A storm brewed com i Mons Over parliamentary privilege g is of Mem Bela. Duncan Sandys i i conservative complained Tat he had been threatened with prosecution under Tho official secrets act a hat there were More Early litters i february and March fewer lit i ters it pril and More May than wheat Lehi hot dog a l937. The got Bis religion from a Gideon Bable. A a a Berlin recently had Quot cat i More cheese Quot Celebration and a number of big cheeses were cars ried through the streets a Parade. Several absent minded citizens gave the nazi Salute. A a a Memphis Man chose a 15 Osa a narrow Road As Lee and Meade once faced each other across the Broad Valley at the t Jot of r mod top Hill future of nation i lieu the future of a nation was hidden by the smoke of Cannon and the screech of shells. But peace and Friendship replaced the conflict of 75 years ago when the veterans gathered today or. Overton la. Me Unet 89. Of Washington up a the a Flag. Cult uni department today ,.alima head ted the Prine pig crop at 43.348.-909 head increase of 13 percent o \. R last y ear. The number of sows it Farrow a his fall was estimated at 4,102, too i percent larger than last fall. The number of Spring pigs was a he largest the last five years hut was smaller than any of the to years preceding 1934. The largest increase of it 1937 was the we at the hospitals Dick Mary greeley1 dismissed a mrs. Winford Abba because he refused to reveal Bis mrs. J. Tourer of information about Cie acres the air it rce. College Sand ? revealed the threat a admitted m1 s Allene Stevens. E. Thompson mrs. Deft Disbrow mrs. Ross. President reluctantly oks River Harbor flood control year term the pen prefer to a Shorter term the c 1k�?~>h so commander fat Hie j. A it., was the Field Hyde Park y l Itsel i Section the set up provided for not it brents Dent Boose it it. Wednesday approve general government Nia Nfn Star amounting to it percent de with reluctance the Rivers and. / v 1 1 other increases were ii percent harbours flood control Bill w Icho am to doubt As to the Valueff the East Nort Central. 7 percent authorizes millions for Large no 8�te project provided for the South Atlantic 15 percent infects but provides no i u 18 univ St 10 Pace recon �.1. 1 a. Otoe rues no approx Ria a Menfi amp tons t0 the Congress Goley the South Central and 2 percent the Western. North Atlantic states reported a 2 percent decrease. Workhouse because he said the work was easier and the hours Shorter. But years Are so Long Flear. Legal notices notice of appointment Notrem of the appointment of a Iep Blos. Executrix. State of Iowa Story county is. No. 6477 ? notice is hereby Given that toe undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified As executrix a the estate of Thomas Sloss deceased late of Story county. A persons indebted to said estate Are requested to Mak immediate payment. And those having claim against the mime will present them duly authenticated. To the undersigned for allowance and rile the office of the clerk of the a strict court. Annie d. Sloss Ames Iowa. A Niche attorn Ames Iowa. Plated june 28th, la. I. F Davisson. Clerk District Curt. Published the Ames Uraih Tri use june 29, july 6 and 13, i Early to that the Gray Clad vet plans or not outshine his men. Several who arrived without their unit dorms w Ero Shar ply reprimanded. Gen. John m. Claypool of St Louis commands Tho United Confederate veterans peace memorial the program opening officially Friday w Ith ceremonies i the regular democratic Choice. Til Gettysburg College stadium will be climaxed by address by president Roosevelt when he unveils the new $60,000 eternal Light peace memorial a Hillside overlooking the Battlefield. There will be no re enactment of any of the fighting that Shook the Valley 75 years ago. Nyers Lead . D primary increased continued from Page one senatorial nomination his nomination appeared assured. John Moses Hazen likewise we is leading Oliver Rosenberg of new Rockford for the democratic gubernatorial nomination. Moses was to it a is for carrying them out. The chief executive s views to a measure were set Forth the1 the hands of Tim Engineer co for of the army some cases and of following a moot the department of agriculture i lint i approved this Bill aith0,&Quot a a a a some reluctance la authorizes but to ordination of a1 such Public does not appropriate the Money for work8 voices a wider Survey and a Large number of Public works the examination of More National Clearing Caico ladies and children a children s ked ettes a l t sandals clan Cooke a 98c >1.39 Bontery White and Tan Elk All women s $6.50 High styled White shoes 84.95 ladies a extra special 80 pair $5 and $6 shoes $1.95 ladies Novelty $5 shoes $2.95 entire Stock of summer footwear drastically reduced Sale starts thursday june 30th Rivers and harbours these author rations being addition to Many other very Large authorizations problems than any one Bureau or department is qualified for. A these respects future legis a i ready the statute books hut Hon will be vitally important watch for the Quizzer endorsed reps. Usher l. Burdick Ami we. Ham Lemke appeared certain of renomination the Republican ticket. They were running Well ahead of four opponents with Henry g. Owen grand Forks third. Burdick was endorsed by the non partisan league while Lemke was running a Progress Ive re publican platform. Owen was the other league endorsed. For which Money has not yet been appropriated. Quot it is Usu Edessar for the to emphasize the importance of carrying a Large and continuing program to eliminate floods Lessen soil erosion continue reels order to give to the Congress and to the country a Complete picture we hich takes All factors into roil-1 Side ration. A for t coming year however. I shall tic to obtain this Coord Ina ablation eur Boa but asking for Complete ton-1 courage reforestation and improve siltation Between All groups Aud navigation. J government agencies affected. Ini insofar As this Bill provides for this Way the whole of the problem improvement jurisdictional can a made More Clear. I have i control Over the properties involve therefore approved the Bill be cd and a More adequate Centi Oil cause it accomplishes a number of i Over consequential Power develop Good things with however the meals it 1? it retinue step the reservation that its deficiencies ugh . Should be corrected As Early As it is not a step the right i possible broken lines sport shoes much better shoes than indicated by the Price. $2.95 extra special 60 pair White vitality Reg. $6.75 and $7.50 $2.95 menus olympic oxfords $3.45 including summer Whites Grays and tans buy now and take advantage of these reduced prices foe your Holiday and summer needs Bontery Cor hot summer Days fresh Stock Kuee High Hose Sale Price 59c menus ked ettes $1-95 just the thing for vacation Wear

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