Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa
21 Mar 1938

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21 Mar 1938

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - March 21, 1938, Ames, Iowa Page two Mes daily Tribune Ames. Iowa monday March 21, 1938 a local news miss Dorothy Dale Miller of Glen Ellyn 111., was a guest from thursday until sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. G. O Baker and family. Other weekend guests included miss Veronica Tracy of Chicago mrs. R. A. Nicholson mrs. Leigh Hough Aud mrs. Charles Morrison All of Newton. Ralph Baker son of or. And mrs. G. O. Baker was graduated Saifur Day from the Dairy Industry decollete. Apartment at Iowa state he left sunday evening for Cedar rapid where he will be employed a Catlon with he by the Cherry Burrell Eom Paay of a Gwal Chicago. Mrs. Nicholson is an aunt mrs. Hough a Cousin and mrs. Morrison a Niece of mrs. Baker mrs. P. D. Stone of Chicago in relatives. Is enjoying a Short visit in Ames John b. Wentz is a medical with her parents or. And mrs. A Tient at the Mary Greeley Des Moines monday to remain until tuesday afternoon. She was called there by the death of or. Of therow s sister mrs. Minnie Todd who died sunday. Or. And mrs. I. At hero w were in de 8 Moines sunday. Or. Latherow will return tuesday for the services. Sunday guests in the Home of or and mrs. Hollis a Nordyke were mrs. Nordyke a parents or. And mrs. C. N. Rogers of Indianola and her ter or. Mainline Rogers a member of the staff of the University of Chicago at Chicago 111. Miss Grayce Kenser of Perry was a guest sunday of miss Viola Dickeson. Miss Kenser Yasem played in Ames for several years before going to Perry. Miss Betty Swanton has arrived in Ames to spend her eight Day her parents Alison. Miss Swanson is at the University of Minnesota. Mrs. G under Halverson spending the week in Boone with out our Way if we by Williams y m. Spangler. Harry Spahn is spending his Spring vacation in Oak i Aik 111. With relatives. Do Wayne Stokka 12-year-old son of or. And mrs. Kenneth Stok Pital. Or. And mrs. Ii. G. Tungesvick of Nevada Are parents of a son Horn March 20 at the Mary Greeley Hospital. A son was born sunday to or. And mrs m. D. Ingle offer at the released sunday from i Mary Greeley Hospital. A was quarantine for Scarlet Levi do Wayne had the disease in a Light form. Or. And mrs. E. Davis Guieb Are guests at the elms Tel in Excelsior Springs to. Mrs. Harry Latherow went of Bolo political announcements for county attorney subject to to e will of the voter of store county i wish to announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for county attorney at the primary election of june 6, 1938. Frank b. Lou Sherry Nevada Iowa Maxwell f. Smith of Ames is a candidate for the office or county attorney in Story county subject to the Republican primaries june 6, 1938. Chester o. Roasts of Story City is a candidate for the Republican nomination for county attorney of Story county subject to the action of the voters at the primaries june 6, 1938. Representative c. E. Lookingbill Nevada is a candidate for the Republican nomination for state representative from Story county at the june primaries. Jury gives verdict to have fuckers moved from farm a jury of 12 saturday afternoon submitted a verdict for the plaintiff in a farm lease Case in the Ames municipal court in which Francis m. Tilton petitioned thai Erwin Rucker and wife be forced to vacate a farm Southwest of Ames. In the original petition Tilton stated that the lease Given the fuckers expired March i but that the fuckers failed to vacate. In Manley makes Public answers rites for former Ames woman to or a c a r be held tuesday t0 queries from dry leagues funeral services for mrs. By e. Gray former ame resident who died thursday at Skillman n. A will be held at 2 of clock tuesday finding for the plaintiff the jury Flora Adams Chapel. Burial will also assessed costs of the court action to the fuckers. Jurors on the Case were Stuart Smith W. Robertson Mary in Manning mrs. Harold Giebelstein a. E. Wickland Frank Cameron go u fan Cher Elsie Karani Ralph Morris Bertie Owens Walter White mrs. H. S. Shellito of. County sheriff subject to the will of the voters of Story county i wish to announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for county sheriff at the primary election of june 6, 1938. C. V. Mcgriff Nevada Iowa. For county auditor subject to the will of the voters of Story county i wish to announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination of county auditor at the primary election of june 6, 1938. Byron Dickey Nevada Iowa. 2 women burned in Union Kitchen i mrs. Frances Hutchinson and mrs. Floyd Johnson were slightly burned when a Gas Range exploded sunday in the memorial Union kitchens. No one tvs seriously Hurt although several persons in the Kitchen at the time of the explosion were suffering from Shock. The cause of the explosion has not be n determined. For county recorder subject to the will of the voters of Story county i wish to announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for county recorder at the primary election of june 6, 1938. Sina Kloster Nevada Iowa. At the hospitals for clerk of the District court subject to the will of the voters of Story county i wish to announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for clerk of the District court at the primary election of june a 1938. Lake Davisson Nevada Iowa. For county supervisor 1939 term subject to the will of the voters of Story county i wish to announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for county supervisor term beginning in january 1939 at Hie primary election june 6, 1938. C. Ersland Slater Iowa Johnson mrs. Martin Holland. Mrs. R. A. Higdon mrs. Ida Cozad mrs. Izetta Ballard Frank Nendell mrs. Robert Lee mrs. Laura Clancy mrs. L. Griffin miss Anna glib mrs. Sadie Abbott mrs. Ruth Munsinger Frank Mack Herbert Erickson mrs. Kus six Logsdon. Mrs. F. Lee and baby mrs. H. G. Tungesvick and baby. John h. Wentz mrs. M i. Ingle offer and baby. College list of patients a Harold Kreamer. Helen Hopkins Ray Snyder William hair Robert Lindenstruth Lyle Swain mrs. Margaret Mucor Rariek mrs. Frances Mitchinson Madeline kit h. Glen Radcliffe add locals no mrs. Margaret Mccormick underwent an operation saturday at the College Hospital. Glen Radcliff was operated on monday at the College Hospital. Be in the Ames cemetery mrs. Gray was born Viletta Taber daughter of the Rev. Payne l. And Orpha Taber Smith aug 2. 1874 in Davenport n. Y., and moved to Iowa when a Small child. She was a teacher in the schools in Northern Iowa for several years and was married june 12, 1895, she joined the methodist Church at an Early age. For the past six years or. And mrs Gray had lived in new Jersey near their children. They lived in Ames from 1913 to 1932. Surviving Are her husband Edward e. Gray three daughters mrs. Naomi Clough Owatonna Minn. Mrs. Myrna Dha Hooke and mrs. Doris Nystrom of Skillman n. J., and one son Edward e. Gray jr., of new Brunswick a j., and eight grandchildren. Short services were held sunday from the Home in Skillman. The body will arrive in Ames monday night. It William Gasaway of Gilbert Dies Des Moines la. a Barnard e. Manley chairman of the Iowa liquor commission has made Public his answers to to questions Askari by c. C. Mccaw Dps Moines superintendent of the Iowa anti Saloon league. Q. I understand that there Are still some counties which on not have a liquor store. Do you intend to put a store in these counties a. We now have stores in All but six counties and future action will be governed by developments in counties which we cannot now foresee. Q. Who and what determines the number of stores which you will place a. For reply to his question will refer you to Section nine of the Iowa liquor control act. Q. When in your estimation will you have placed All the liquor store. Needed in Iowa a. That would be impossible to determine at this time. Q does the increase in Sale of permits mean that these stores Are encouraging new patrons a. The elimination of Bootleg ners naturally results in the increase of permit sales q. Are you seriously working for the Quot welfare health peace morals and safety of the people0 As stated in Section one of the Towa Hilbert Wuu. political 78, died at his Home Here monday i at 4 a. In. He had been suffering from heart trouble for the past Tim e months and had been Iii a coma for the past week Ile had lived in Gilbert for More than 20 Roland lineup at Roland the present mayor liquor control act a. Absolutely. Q. Is it your policy to break Down the before you place these stores a. Absolutely not. Q. It is charged that these liquor atoms do not seriously discourage the Sale of liquor to bootleggers. Q you say that the commission is attempting to curb bootlegging by establishing More stores. How do you account for the Large discrepancy Between the number of permits sold in Davenport a City of 6&Quot,751 population As compared with Waterloo which As 16,191 population and Cedar rapids with 56, 097? a. There is a free Bridge connecting Rock Island Illinois and Molino Illinois with Davenport and a great Many prefer to buy their liquor Quot by the drink 1 which is the method of Sale in Illinois q. Do you think that the people especially in counties which have been dry for years and which voted against the repeal of the Lmh amendment should be permitted the privilege of voting As to whether or not liquor shall be sold legally in their communities. A. This question has been presented to every session of Tho legislature since the passage of the Iowa control act and is a matter for these elected representatives of the people to decide. Q. I find an increasing sentiment for local option and am encouraging it and i want a statement of your views on this Point. Ames woman to be heard on Abc program sunday mrs. E. S. Allen 509 Welch Avenue received word monday that she has been named a prize Winner in the Quot paths to Prosperity Quot contest held by the recently organized economic policy committee. The award to the Winner is a trip to Chicago to participate in an neg Blin network broadcast at 6 p. M., sunday Iowa time sponsored by the committee. Mrs. Allen will speak with three other pen on. One of them from Iowa on the thesis that Tho reciprocal Trade agreements Are advantageous from the viewpoint of the american consumer. Four others will take the opposite position. To pay tribute to College founders continued from Page one $4,320 in individual note so. Boone Aud Story counties gave 861 acres of land valued at $6,015 and $10,-0gu appropriated by the state brought the amount to $31,355. Five sections of land in Jasper county comprising 3,200 acres granted to the state by the Federal government for the erection of Capitol buildings were diverted with consent of Congress and used to Benefit the College. A farm of 648 acres was selected and purchased at a Cost of $5,374. When All this style show is featured at 4-h meet the annual style show and meeting of trip Happy hearts Franklin i i idly Farmer ettes awol and Shipley sunny South servers 4-h girls club was held Friday evening in the City Library auditorium with 125 leaders girls and the mothers Nho were special guests present. Miss Agatha Pantenburg was in charge of the program. Devotions led by the Rev. A. N. Rogues,4, pastor of the lutheran Church were followed by Community singing led by Inez Miller with Phyllis Young at the piano. As each girl answered Roll Call her Mother answered also. A Short talk on Anocia Tion of mothers was Given by miss Pantenburg and mrs Herman Grabau responded for the j mothers. Miss Inez Miller Sang Quot Mother i with Betty Ann Johnson at the piano. As the mothers were welcomed each one was presented with a lose carried by the Junior girls. Mrs. Fromm and mrs. Hostetter were in Shargo of the delightful and interesting style show presented at this time. Club girls who served As models were Dorothy Johnson Edna Pantenburg Marie Jensen Miller Amanda Christensen sister of Ames Man Dies sunday at Des Moines mrs. Minnie Todd. 76, sister of Harry and John Latherow in Ames died suddenly sunday morning at the Broad lawns Hospital in Des mines where she had been a patient for a week. She had been in poor health for several months. Mrs Todd was born and reared on a farm Southwest of Ames. For the past several years she had resided in Des Moines. Funeral services will be Bein tuesday at 1 30 from the Hamilton funeral Home in Des Moines and the body will be Brot to Ames for burial in the local cemetery. Short services will be Beld at the grave at 3 of clock. Surviving Are two tons Hugh and Harry Wheaton of Des Moines three Brothers two from Ames and Frank of Sioux Cit and one sister mrs. Lillian reams of Des Moines. A jihad been done the College was Inez imperilled when a group in the Joan Kyle Helen Olson Jeannette hate legislature attempted to re j Switzer Rene Berrett Marie peal the act of March 22, 1858. In Dodds Emily Oliver Bernice Gra the meantime the University of Iowa had been founded and a report of that institution sought to merge it Writh Iowa state College. The movement failed and plans proceeded. College opens students one or More for each representative la the lower House were admitted up in examination made As to education and Moi a1 character in is6s tin College was placed on a stable financial basis with an appropriation of $47,750. In the fall oct. 21, 1868 toe College and farm were opened to students. It was the idea of the founders that the College should dignify manual labor and a clause in the original act provided that All students must work at least two hours daily in Winter and three in summer. No student except those physically incompetent was exempt. A careful i unction was maintained bet wet a instinctive and in instructive labor. Some building including three professors Homes were built by student labor in 1885 the regulation was fully abrogated. Main dedicated the following March the Mala building was dedicated and Adon jag s. Welch inducted into the presidency. George Vav. Jones a mathematics professor served As president from the opening of the College until the following Spring. When president Welch and his family arrived in Ames in september they were taken to the College and farm i a lumber wag ban Ruth Berrie. Notion dresses and House Coats suits and formal gowns were modelled. Between the three classes of styles shown. La von Mcculy Ough presented a tap dance number accompanied at the piano by non Las Zenor and the Franklin 3-4 girls Sang a when Irish eyes Are miss Kasey of Shipley played during the modelling. At the conclusion of the show ted noose gave a talk or. Yard goods and displayed Many new Spring and summer numbers special guests introduced at this time were visiting leaders and mrs. Jesse Christy of Nevada county 4-h club Leader mrs. I. Mather past county 4-h club Leader director and mrs. R. K. Bliss the Rev. And mrs. A. N. Rogues. Mrs. N. Kuhn township chairman of farm Bureau mrs. Clyde Black. Mrs. Fred Rannu Pearl Kelsey new county club agent and mrs. Kelsey mrs. H. Mongorn cry and daughter and miss mar a rot. Andrew s of the farm Buren office a number of former 4-1 club members were also in Atter dance. Or. Kelsey presented the Lapp hearts club and Leader with a Book of special 4-h club records As a prize for winning in the Rural Progress contest of 1937. Tea was served during the social hour from a lace covered table entered with a bouquet of yellow roses an tall Ivory tapers. Miss Inez Miller and miss Ruth Olson poured. Lake Forest College offers scholarships Lake Forest 111., Lake Forest College announces for the year 1938-39 Twenty four new scholarships totalling $4,000. Seventeen of these from $150 to $275, Are for resident students and seven from $100 to $150, Are for non resident Day students. Awards will be made for one year on the basis of a competitive examination to be Given at Lake Forest College May 7, 1938. The Competition is open to Young men and women w to Are recommended by their High school principals. The significance of this announcement is the fact that these scholarships Are awarded for sheer Merit and ability with no entangling encumbrances. It is a sign of educational health and vitality which Many Small College find it difficult to maintain. Washington or a Thurman Arnold former Yale University Law professor was sworn in today As assistant attorney general Iii charge of the Justice department anti Trust division a our answer to this question i of Roland William myriad head j Job Bajno no the anew above. Years and spent most of his life lug a new ticket will oppose m. O. Jin Boone Story and Webster Conn r�4 present Council members ties j Ltd the town election March 26. Surviving Are his wife four i other members of the myriad during the Tea hour. Miss can on drawn by mules. When they Are Tnp Johnson Frank accompanied by Rived at the College they found amp Marjorie Fincham miss Phyllis Quot typical farm a better than aver Young furnished music during the daughters mrs Fred and mrs. William Jacobs Belt mrs. Jay Stokka of mrs. Henry Alcazar or Iderson it a of Iii Ames and of Des i and a won. Harry of Burn he also leaves 9 Gnu Dehil a my Unco great Grande ii a too rooms with to17 a too rooms with Bath in to 12.&Quot Conant hotel company a Sanford Moin j Side. J Dien Dren. I funeral services will be held i wednesday at 2 p. In. At the Gilbert congregational Church. Burial will be in the Gilbert cemetery Iowa aaa payments total $3,578,932 Des Moines Lala i cd d. Klein chairman of Tho Lew a Vaa committee announced monday that Iowa Fame $3,57 8,932 aaa amp attention Farmers a a / a a a a a a / / / a a / a a / a a a a a a i 19 37 Gra in. By i made from leave to be i to Lett to i 54 c Ben for co soil t pay no 4 coun unum s 9 Cou ii a fit Che Lee paid w it ii the Hon pro hex Rica t Ion i bul i tied i to re a said Taai Aisa Mist Killen 5 we will clean seed Oats from March 21st to March 26th. T there will be no charge to Farmers living within the ii Trade territory of Ames Kelley or Napier. Ii new York stocks close i Olav ticket Are Noel Thompson of s. Boyd or. J a. Snyder and b. H. Knudtson Council members seeking reelection on the Rod ticket arc l. A Swenson or. E. I. Ros Heim E. Michaelson O. To san Del and George Sathur unopposed a t. C. Jacobson for assessor sevc in Parker for treasurer and a. It. Erickson for Park commissioner. Grass roof fires extinguished Here the Ames fire department received two Calls almost simultaneously saturday afternoon first to a grass fire on a vacant lot on storm Street and then to a roof fire at the c. C. Nichols residence at 33 42 Woodland Street. The grass fire threatened several garages near the vacant lot but the fire was extinguished before any damage was done. From Here the truck went to the Nich old residence where Sparks from a a Chimney burned a Large Hole in the roof. William George services held stars grandma is artist Model t Ames Grain Coal co. New York you need insurance be a safer Way Driver see our Friday advertisement for winners of this. Week hater Way Driver Reward of course you need insurance. And of course we sell insurance coupled with a service that far sighted property owners like. Lets get together Brown insurance Agency 1341/2 main phone 340 sing big a Chung an Ca an i akm t. La Are cd Stock a Meri Ammi Anteri Auric Atchison i. A Bethlehem s Aud n. W Chryst Corn prone Dupont. General flee general Mott International Montgomery new York Pennsylvania Sears rebut Standard Oil Stude Bukur. It. S. Wubbe fun we la a t h u the the w As ii i Collins ire Beld Here a org 62 w i a Aday. Bervie s were United Brethren can Rev. Knight in Char Iii Evergreen Remet i Send ices y for William at Ottumwa held at h with burial if. Correction for Railroad Laws a s. St West Tuut stand it Crucs re Oil Bervie Harvel Ward ii r. Of n If id to i 1 114 6 21� al1 4 13 a St 56 h 47 507� 80 291�?z in \ us i Noxon s m i atoll edit \ int induced a nit to d scribed Iii Railroad 1 to sen. Rob i p wi., Mon Bill to Correct a two injustices i etl Remell act of the Bill would strike from the act the provision which deprives an employee of the a dlr to include prior service in determining amount of hts annuity if they a # Sere it i 20 \ car of whether the Tho present a it or More regardless y Are eligible under i a Ramg of the Law. Read the wants a cog runs in the family of by Yea old mrs. Liger Nelson above. She a the grandmother of Ann Sothern of the Nims and herself is one of the most popular models at the Minneapolis school of arts where so Lightens the Rigours of Tong posing periods by knitting. The dress is one she brought with net Lorn Denmark nearly bait a Century ago. Age farm House an Orchard of stunted Apple Trees a huge flock of turkeys which roamed the Prairies during the Day and came Home to the College to Roost at night and one College Iowa states first president taught classes in psychology and philosophy and lectured on landscape gardening and farm animals. U. S. Senator at the time he became president Welch was a member of the United states Senate from Florida. In october he returned to Washington and served in his senatorial capacity until the following March when he assumed his duties at the College. In 1883 Welch resigned As president and was commissioned by the United states government to investigate agricultural schools in Europe lie visited Germany England and Belgium. Seaman a. Knapp a professor of agriculture became the second president of the College. Knapp had previously been superintendent of the Iowa College of the Blind at Vinton and editor of the Western Stock journal and Farmer. He drafted Aud introduced the Bill providing for establishment of the agricultural Experiment Slaton in the forty seventh Congre e. Five years after he assumed the presidency Krupp resigned and became one of the leaders of the movement to establish a United states department of agriculture. He was especially Active among the Rice growers of the South. These two Pioneer Educa tor largely determined the c a Acter and extent of the later work of Iowa state College. Dinner will be served in great Hall and the Oak room from 6 in. Til 7 p. In. At 9 p. The group will listen to the half hour Broad East of the anniversary program from radio station who in Des i Moines. President Charles e. Fill Ley and Don Stouffer will Parucki Pate on the program which will. Feature musical interludes from the Stanton memorial Carillon and Iowa state College band Broad i cast up by Remote control from j Waterloo. Gue to at the anniversary party will be members of the state j Board of education who will have a regular meeting at the College i tuesday. Tickets May be secured at memorial Union desk from sea Man Knapp or other members of i the comm it a until be limit of i 25o couples has been reached. Remainder of the time. The spot Light for the style show was furnished by Harold Kooser. Leaders of the four clubs presenting the program for the evening Are mrs Victor Riley. Happy hearts club mrs. Fincham and mrs Grabau. Friendly Farmer ettes mrs Harvey Kyle awol mrs. Orville Nelson and mis. Rainey. Shipley sunny South servers. I Malikk hotel Chicago Sandolph Ano la Salli ends today at Quot new ame Quot a love Honor and behave with Wayne Morris showing today at the collegian arg also Peter Smitti a Betty hoop tues. Only or. 26c Capitol now swed 2 big hits 21c love

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