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Ames Daily Tribune And Times Newspaper Archives May 1 1937, Page 2

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - May 1, 1937, Ames, Iowa Page two me8 daily trib Uke. Ames. Iowa saturday May i 137 out our Way by Williams worse Fer two n Young one / Lur Olp Guy had to work fifty years before he got in but the Young one would have to work Fer Putty years after j Havins wad it local news Well i \ guess i d be we swing id got it when i was a Young Feller. / Well i Hope you win bib what would you do with it if you won seventy or eighty grand v on the Derby which is the worst or Best Fera younger a old Guy to Rall suddenly into that much dough / d. A. To elect officer Sun dial chapter daughters of the american revolution will hold its annual election and installation of officers at the regular meeting monday evening at the Home of mrs. W. L. Foster. Assisting Host esses Are miss Jessie m. Kelley mrs. T. J. Link mrs. George Hendrickson mrs. Paul Emerson. The program will consist of musical numbers educational forum in charge of or. C. L. Waltmire and a paper on the subject of Quot properties of the d. A. R.,&Quot by mrs. Nellie Smutz. Saturday botany Circle. Monday modern lit. F. W. C. Hist. Amp lit. A. W. C. Evening div. A. W. C. Child study div. A. W. A kiwanis ladies night d. A. Out Vav $ off. S i fifty fifty eclipse nears for grammar schools told j Chi Omega new initiate Chi Omega sorority announces i the initiation of the following women Myrtle Anderson of Roland Muriel Foster o f Minneapolis minn., Florence minor of Evanston ii Janet Walsh of Woodbine Llora Lou Cotnam of Oelwein Eloise pounds of Omaha Dorothy Garyotis of Chicago Dorothy Cook of Des Moines and Barbara Kendall of la Junta Colo. Farm Bureau and4�?Th clubs j have founder Day banquet members and alumni of Theta i enjoyed a founders Day banquet thursday evening at the local chapter House. The tables were decorated in the fraternity colors Blue and White. Alumni guests were or. C. S. Gwynne prof. H. L. Daasch prof. S. D. Philips d. B. Mcclure. W. H Root of Ames and Carl Scholtz Mac Beyers and t. H. Nowlin of Des Moines. T Odif to Patter in. A 41 a a Quot 11 1. Passenger flights sunday Ames Airport purchased share in rail Empire o Neil a velvet ice Cream Schoolman Dies Iowa try lbs funeral services will be held sunday for William n. Leaper 67, Johnson county superintendent of schools since 1920, who died Friday after a three weeks illness. . Unit disbands Jackson to. Or a a balance of $41 remaining in the Treasury of the Cape Girardeau county anti Horac thief association has been turned Over to two orphanages. The association has dissolved having outlived its usefulness. Special Brick College students advise new Orleans be a it is better to borrow Money to nuance an education than for a student to work his Way through College at Job entirely foreign to the Coure of study or. H. E. La it Dell of May sae Susetts Institute of technology Ald in a talk Here before alumni. Mint Candy Lemon sherbet Vanilla ice Cream of Neil s pasteurized milk and Cream our deliveries cover Ames daily fresh cottage cheese today s pattern Bureau la Sterling place Brooklyn n y. Enclosed is 15 cents in Coin for pattern no. Size it address state name of this newspaper. Cleveland manager of one of cd be lands Heaters i believes he has the ale test last j name in the show Busine. It i i Norman Elk. Of Neil Dairy company soviet geologists Busy Moscow up a geological surveying is proceeding upon Al mod one third of the entire territory if the Kosht Union it h my. No uzeed Here. Phone 62

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