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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - November 6, 1935, Ames, Iowa Rate tw0\Ames daily Tribune Ames Iowa wednesday november 6, 1938. Buy better i Ames a local news or. And mrs. W. H. Moore Hyland Avenue visited recently in the Home of their son and wife or. And mrs. Glen Moore in Omaha neb., in route to their Home Here from Mound City mo., where they were guests of their daughter mrs. Jarrell and family. Word has been received from mrs. W. H. Harter of her Safe Arri Val in Washington d. C. Where she joined 11harter who has been engaged in Federal work for some time. Prior to going to the East mrs. Harter spent some time in Springfield mo., with relatives. Or. And mrs. A. M. Farber. Or. And mrs. L. V. Farber and daughter Kay and Donald Farber were guests sunday evening in Nevada in the Home of mrs. Grace Farber and mrs. William Voogd and family. Or. And mrs. C. T. Blomquist accompanied by mrs. Blomquist Mother. Mrs. G. H. Hostetter of near Nevada and by or. Blom quistas father Carl Blomquist of Ames left wednesday for their Home in Racine wi8, or. And or. C. T. Blomquist p me to Ames last week accompanying the body of i heir three year old daughter who rifled suddenly thursday at their Home in Racine. Funeral services for the child were held in Ames and burial Quot As in the Nevada Cern every. Word has been received Here of the. Birth of a daughter tuesday oct. 19, at noon to or. And mrs Den e. Moore 3703 North thirty eighth Street Omaha neb. The infant who weighed six pounds and two ounces at birth has been named Nancy Lou. Or. And mrs. Moore resided in Ames prior to moving to Omaha last year. Or. Moore is the son of or. And mrs. W. H. Moore Hyland Avenue. Mr.-, Moore who was very Active in the local business and professional women s club was employed in the office of Knapp and Martin. The couple has one other child a son Philip. Or. And mrs. F. C. Dubois of charter Oak Are guests of or. And mrs. Dan Mcleod at their Home 616 sixth Street. Miss Edna Mae Schmidt was a recent guest in the parental Otto Schmidt Home in Des mines. Earl Canady of Ames and his brother Cecil Canady of Boone will go to Iowa City saturday to attend the Homecoming football game Between the University of Iowa and Man Leeota and take part in other Homecoming activities. The Young men who attended the University will be guests at the Sigma i fraternity chapter House while in College they affiliated with this fraternity. Laurel Peterson four years Ald was taken wednesday from he Mary Greeley Hospital to the Home of her parents or. And mrs. De Peterson in Milford township. The child underwent an operation recently at the Hospital. Opal Taylor of Rose Hill and William Nelson of Ames were issued a License to wed recently by the clerk of the District court at new Hampton. Gulden Secretary of Boone Story co osteopaths group the Boone Story osteopathic association was organized tuesday night at a meeting of nine Boone and Story county osteopaths in the office of or. R. P. Westfall Boone. Officers chosen were or. E. N. Carter Boone president and or. Ii. L. Gulden Ames Secretary. The principal speaker at the organization meeting was l. E. Hedrick manager of the Ames credit Bureau and Secretary of the National association of credit bureaus. He spoke on business problems of the doctors. Following the talk demonstrations of technique were illustrated by several of the osteopaths. The next meeting will be held Here december 5 in the office of or. C. H. Fedson and or. Gulden. I it our Way by William Quot f you Cam get a Al Mca i de of mice twee d look if they was to ousted Alj wout we did keep Fer dgcorat1m our own mouse i d i d Mukut pm myself am mount pm myself am look at to Homey it d Mauc no to absolutely you re Takimoto taxidermist course Pye take care of pet Togo is pet rabbits and White mice but i draw tue Lime of Bury i my dead morses goats and cow5/ i know yrs i / Thrift shop Sale will be held sat. The regular monthly Thrift shop Sale will be held in the rooms on the second floor of the masonic building at i p. In. Saturday it was reported wednesday by mrs. H. Stiles chairman of the Thrift shop committee. Sales Are held each month proceeds being used for the Purchase of shoes and stockings for needy children in Ames. Rules radio can be used to picket Chicago up a the radio can be used to a picket in labor disputes according to a ruling of the appellate court. Action of circuit judge Stanley h. Klarkowski in denying an injunction sought by or. C. In Lietzman. Dentist to restrain station a Cal and labor unions from broadcasting that the dentist is a unfair to organized Labory was upheld by the court. A a a a a a a Prince marries London ukr a the Duke of Gloucester King Georges third son and lady Alice Montagu Doug Las Scott daughter of the late Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry were married in a simple ceremony by the archbishop of Canterbury in the Royal Chapel at Buckingham Palace. Oxford debaters to meet Iowa state men Here wed. Nov. 13 legion women will Back Amateur show continued from Page one Grams will be on tuesdays. Winner of the Junior contest will be eligible to compete for the theater grand prize. The local Junior Winner will then compete in a county contest sponsored by. Legion auxiliary units and the county Winner in addition to receiving a Cash prize will be eligible to compete in a District auxiliary contest. Winner of the District contest will receive a Cash William Daugherty next wednesday nov. 13, at 8 o clock in great Hall memorial Union two men from Oxford University in England will meet two Iowa state men in the of a series of three debates scheduled for this year. The others Are Louisiana state University in the Winter Quad prize also and the Winner and the ter and the University of Hawaii in it at the hospitals Mary Greeley dismissed Laurel Peterson. College dismissed be Volt Turrentine Wilbur Scott Eilene Womeldorff Charles Kelso. Next two placers will compete in a department contest to be broadcast Over a Des Moines radio Hookup. A Cash prize is being offered the Winner of the department contest. All children is years of age and under Are eligible to compete in the Junior program. Any kind of i Nerta imnet feature will be accepted except tap dancing. All selections consuming More than three minutes will be disqualified and All groups such As tries will be considered As a unit. Tap dancers May compete in to theater contest. Entries for the first contest both the auxiliary Junior and the theater programs Are now being received at the Capitol theater Box office. Persons wishing further information in regard to the Junior contests should Telephone mrs. Orlo Best at Joie. Further information in regard to the theater contest May be had by calling lot. The Spring Quarter. These Are activities fees events. The Oxford nun Are Richard u. P. Kay Shuttleworth and a. W. J. Greenwood. The Iowa state team is composed of William Daugherty of Galesburg 111., and Richard Hull of Spencer. It will a the first time since 1931 that d haters from Oxford have been Here altho a debate with an English school has been held in each of the intervening years. A Good argument according to prof. F. L. Whan Iowa state debate coach should be made up of four factors logic evidence suggestion and emotional Appeal. It is noticeable that american debaters tend to stress the first two while the English stress the last two. Richard Hull the English debaters Are also noted for the humor they inject into their debates and their frequent indulgence in personalities. In one debate they Are reported to have objected so strenuously to the use of fact cards that their opponents were unable to use them and so lost the debate. The Story is also told of the two englishmen who Undine that one of their opponents was a woman won the debate by proving that a women should not debate. The Oxford University dam comes Here As one Stop in a tour which will cover 12 states Between nov. 5 and december 12. They will debate at most of the important schools in the Midwest and South. Some of them Are University of Minnesota. University of Iowa Lowa state teachers College University of Kansas Washington University at St. Louis Missouri state teachers College University of Missouri Illinois College Illinois state Normal University University of Illinois Knox College Louisiana state University and Mississippi state College for women. M Effort to Lessen tension in african Row Britain May withdraw shins if Italy complies by United press italian front a final italian Advance on Makale expected thursday. Addis Ababan ethiopian sources report rout of Advance italian detachment at Makale. Geneva a league studying Means of cutting off Oil Coal Iron and steel from Italy with cooperation of United states and Germany. London Britain applies pressure on Rome to Avert trouble in Mediterranean. Rome Oil Scarcity Send Price of gasoline up nearly 30 cents to More than ii a gallon. Florida West coast present storm Center Jacksonville Fla. a Florida supper West coast wednesday was threatened by the tropical Hurricane which weirdly backtracked up the Gulf of Mexico after taking seven lives in the Southeast Florida Winter playground. Changing its direction from West Southwest to West Northwest Che freakish storm was entered in the Gulf of Mexico 250 Miles Vest Noi i by est of key West Early wednesday and storm warnings were issued from Cedar keys to Carrabelle Fla. Dangerous winds were accompanying the storm which had winds of Hurricane Force at its Center Over a Small area the weather Bureau reported. As the disturbance was moving about to Miles an hour the winds of the storm Likely will not be Felt in the West coast until late this Forenoon with the full fury perhaps coming late wednesday. Shipping in Northeast and North Central Gulf of Mexico was warned while Small Craft from the Louisiana coast to Cedar keys was advised not to venture far into the Gulf. The recurring nature of the storm was first indicated Early tuesday afternoon and the change in direction As it whirled Over the Gulf of Mexico became More pronounced late tuesday night. Cross general services to chapters Public information and Roll Call and general management and supervision of service activities. The 3,713 chapters in cities thru out the country spent in excess of $7,000,000, it was reported. Activities of the Ames chapter include the distribution of food and clothing among needy families it a tidal Aid and the program of the local life saving group. This curious world it William Ferguson longhair. For men and shout hair. For. Women was the style in Southwest America some two thousand years Casro. The hair of the women was Cut off and made into string. Eves of the Heron arc placed on the lower. Slope. Of its head making it possible for the Bird to watch for prey in the water at its feet bees have two separate stomachs one por changing nectar into Honey the other. For Ordinary digestion. New York stocks close today Chicago <r.p. Grain Range m�a0n Miao from under Sld Wmk herons diet contrast mainly of frogs and Ash both of High he a Atchee by handing a int Fly motionless in the wafer Pere Nae of the location of his Eves it is unnecessary for him in wove Mah and from Side to tide a to erne abut would Wmk the m sri a v open High Low close j wheat july 89% 90 89% 89% i May 97 97% 97 97% Dee 9, vex 98% 97% 97% Cohn july 60 is 60% i 14 60% May 59% 59% 59% 5 9 % do. 58% 59 % 58% 59% Oats july 28% 28% 28% 28% May 28 a 28% 28% 28% Dee. 25% 26% a n % 26% Rye july May 61% 51% 51% 5 i Hal. Dee. 49% 49% 49 49% Barley dec. ,. La new York per a following Art wednesday closing bids on the new or re r Ock e sch amp no american can. A a a 11312 american Locos Tot Ive. A. 19% american t. Anc t. 145% Anaconda. .21% j Atchison t. A i i f. .49% j Bethlehem steel. ,. 43% j c. Amp n. W. Coni .1 Chrysler. ,15% cell of ohm i Dupont. Central electric let it it ral motors International a neater. $0 i % j s to in i Sunj Montgo Rui Rywa re .34% j new York vain it. 24 Pennsylvania it it. �?�27% Sears Roebuck. Fin Standard Oil of a j. 49% i Studebaker. 7% u s. Rubber. A 15 a j u. A steel �?z4s i in t rating House elector stand a i of of inn Fiji pm i it n j t 90 a i Vav j3 4 f the i republicans to meet in Nevada republicans of Story county will meet thursday nov. 14, in the presbyterian to lurch at Nevada. The program will open with a Din Jer at 6 15 p. In. J. M. Grimes Osceola Keynoter of the state Republican convention i last year will he the principal i p Aker. Elections shake new Deal prestige continued from fag one Tai popular vote hut hts views j were interpreted by close friends Quot to went Over the results with tie Philadelphia results or Roosevelt was understood to look i no in As a technical Victory it r his party inasmuch As the democratic it Tayor candidate was Defeated by Only 47.000 votes in 1932, or. Roosevelt lost Philadelphia by More than Loo too votes. Albany lib a new Yolk democrats piled i n nearly a 600,000 i majority popular vote Over re pull j in in tuesdays off year election but lost control of the mule Assembly virtually com plete tabulations showed wed Nee i Ai Tabu g to United pres returns from All except in i he state dentin Rui in a a a to Tea were Given a of 1,934,000 As against r republicans. Re it bilious of is count Lei a it no i in i Mal Sot f do spit i the a Mora tie majority 82 re up bit c Ai candid a t e a we i e elected reducing the democratic ass is blvd membership to 68, Louisville by. A a re turn Tram 16 scattered precincts wed tuesday gave lieutenant governor a n Chandler t,s90 votes in the a a or p itchy a r again t the so tar i a _. Kin shop re pub la an i a a. London a Fly pm a new Effort advanced wednesday to Lessen tension Between Italy and great Britain in the Mediterranean. It was indicated that negotiations started tuesday were aimed rather at halting a new threat of danger than at starting any talk about the solution of the general crisis. Sir Erie Drummond British ambassador at Rome saw Premier Benito Mussolini tuesday tuesday night prime minister Stanley Baldwin hurriedly summoned sir Samuel Hoare foreign Secretary sir Bolton Eyres sell first lord of the admiralty sir Philip Cunliffe Lister air minister sir Robert Vansittart permanent undersecretary for foreign affairs and officials of the defense departments. They met at to Downing Street baldwins official residence to consider the results of the Mussolini drum mond talk. It was reported As the result of the meetings that Britain might withdraw some warships from the Mediterranean if Mussolini i took More troops Home from Libya adjoining Egypt and the Sudan on the West 2 or-1 bored the closely controlled i Tali Ian press to cease attacks on i Britain and 3 ordered italian wireless stations to Stop anti-1 i British propaganda. Hunter to show movie at Napier Frank Pearson californian who has farm interests in Iowa will show a moving plot Tiro on Hunting in Africa at the Napier school thursday a Vining at 7 30. No charge will be made and the Public ii invited. The pictures were made by Pearson himself while on one of his world Tours. He consented to show the him while in the Napier Vicinity looking Over the farm which a owns jointly with James Sornson three Miles Northwest of Napier and which Sorenson operates. Pearson also has interest in a Large ranch in Southern Iowa. Listen to Darrow Les Moines Chi a pm a a Clarence Harrow aging criminal lawyer Brot a Promise wednesday that the state parole Board Wilt c Strier the Case of Lyle Messner 22, who was sentenced to life in Pron mint when 14 years of age. Winter weather relaxes clutch on state wed. Des Moines a Winter weather was relaxing its hold on Iowa wednesday with warmer temperatures in Prospect for most of the remainder of the week. Temperatures Over most of the state will remain above freezing wednesday night the weather Bureau forecast indicated in contrast with cold which has sent the Mercury to 16 degrees above Zero in parts of Iowa recently. Tuesday nights Low was 20 degrees at Dubuque. The High tuesday was 46 at Keokuk. Snow fell at Charles City the weather Bureau said also Snow flurries were received at scattered Points elsewhere in the state. A _ Money prices London a the Pound was $4.92 1-2 wednesday. Gold was 141 shillings 4 1-2 Pence an ounce and the Dollar Price was $34.81. Gold sales were 278,000 pounds $1,369,150. French francs were 74 3-4 to the Pound. 1,515 students get jobs thru y. M c. A. Continued from Page one week and carried on Campus service and Friendly relations among students. Officers for this year Are Holmes Brown Ames president itus la Miller Blanchard vice president Richard Trump Keokuk Secretary and Donald a Smith rapid City. S. D., student treasurer. Members of the advisory Hoard Are Dan Friley chairman c. In Covault vice Chai Man Clay Stafford treasurer Ray c. Cunningham Secretary and Hiram Matin. Prof. Jay w. Woodrow prof h. Hughes Dean t. R. Agg George Godfrey prof r. K. Bliss prof. C. A. Iverson w. I. Griffith prof. A. G. Murray d. L. Iverson. Red Cross Roll Call starts . Continued from Page one As w As raised last year which w As j about $1,400. According to a statement of a Coralli Ahrents of the red Cross for the year july i 1934 to june 30, 1936, the organizations conducted it disaster Relief operations in the United states which exceeded by 58 percent the average for the past to years. Disasters included lust storms explosion s,1 fit leg flood epidemics of disease shipwrecks and a types of storms particularly the hurricanes of plot Ida. Expenditures of the National red Cross approximated $2,891,000, j the largest item being disaster re Lief. Other work carried on included mining Servi it a first Aid and life saving services to sex service men and to men now in the regular army and Navy Junior red Superb features thrilling musical 1m/ a Boson a a Oby Keeler go into. Tour dance Capitol and thurs. Good Only thursday 12 noon to 5 p. M. A this certificate is Worth $4.5 49c be notice change in garbage routes 1st and 2nd wards monday and Friday 3rd and 4th wards tuesday and saturday Ames garbage co. 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