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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - November 14, 1935, Ames, Iowa Tao two Mes daily Tribune Ames Iowa Tatj Ruday november 14, 1938. A Btty better in akes�?T1 local news i mrs. H. F. Campbell of Des Moines was a guest wednesday Inutile Home of her Mother mrs a. B. Maxwell and or. Maxwell she was also a guest at the annual guest Day meeting of the t Ictor club held at the Maxwell Home or the afternoon. Mrs. A. A Lewis and daughters spent tuesday in Cambria with friends. Miss Dor s Edwinson spent tuesday in Nevada where she visited with her grandmother mrs. R. J. Fitch and family. Mrs. Mabel Hart attended sessions of the three Day convention of the Iowa hairdressers and cosmetologists association which opened sunday at Sioux City. Mrs. Hart who has held the office of Secretary of the Board of cosm Etol Battery recharging Firestone service stores Road service to All parts of Ames fifth amp Duff a phone 172 soda fresh fish for Friday fresh Wall eyed Pike Lemon butter Fried Ocean Catfish tartar sauce fillet of Haddock cooked to your taste remember a our special dinner steaks Are cooked As you like them. Orgy examiners for the past eight years is also a member of the Beard of directors of the Iowa hairdressers and cosmetologists association. The cond Hen of John t Mather who suffered a stroke sunday at country Home East of Ames is much Imp nod he was Able to be up and abut t the House for a Short time thursday. Mrs. By. A. Richardson spent the week end Sigourney where she was a guest in the Home of her Nephew col. Robert j. Shawn or Shaw is a attorney there. Guests monday of coach and mrs. C. S. Roberts at their Home in Boone included or. And mrs. Edgar looser or. And mrs. Don h pm Street Rolland Halbasch Ani miss Verna Halbasch. Mrs. Ferrell Carr underwent an operation thursday at the Mary Greeley Hospital. Her condition was reported to be satisfactory thursday afternoon. Mesdames Letha Fields Myrtle Latherow Alice Powers Edith Leffingwell Marie Fields Eva Kelley Edith Wilcox. Dolly Nicholson Ollie Mccoy. Mayme Shupe Martha Cole Anna an a hereon Nina Mckinley Ada i Lewis Hannah Buttolph and Edna Paley were in Newton wednesday where they attended sessions of the sixth District meeting of the women s Relief corps. Wilson Dobson is reported to be recovering nicely from an operation for appendicitis performed monday at the College Hospital. Mrs. Ruth Harwood of Clarion is visiting with her sister mrs. Glen Banks and family. Mrs. Winkler lift thursday for her Home in Clear Lake after a two Day visit with mrs. Anna Reed at her Home on eighth Street. Mrs. S. F. Mcelyea 412 ninth Street left thursday for Chicago 111., where she will visit with relatives during the Winter months. Miss Louise Lerwick graduate student at Iowa state College from East St. Louis hi., who was seriously injured monday when thrown from a horse during a Riding class lesson is getting along As Well As can be expected. She is a patient at the College Hospital. Miss Zer Wick sustained a fracture of the spinal column just above the Small of her Back. She has been placed in a cast. The Rev. And mrs. N. Astrup Larsen left thursday for Northfield out our Way i of my go so i themas my premed butterflied Vou left drop outa that Book Aki have trampled All. To pieces Jimmu after All to Quot 1 1 work i dome Etc win pm Fer / my Flowers \ my Beautiful collection of pressed Flowers All trampled to pieces i i Catt have a to i my around Mere a woo by Williams v it Twat the Book i mad a some of our wedding Flowers Ini wave you ruined those after All Tab year s the aved them it Reidy thursday Sioux City up a selection of a jury to hear the trial of attorney general flow Connor on charges of gambling conspiracy May be completed late thursday examination of prospective jurors was proceeding thursday morn ing and attorneys expressed Confidence that the jury will be seated by thursday afternoon. As soon As the jurors have been named. District. Edge Earl Peters said Oral arguments will be heard on the motion of special prosecutor h. M. Havner to add a charge of conspiracy to sell liquor to the gambling charge confronting the state attorney general. $ Grimes to speak to republicans j. M Grimes Osceola Keynoter at the mate Republican convention will be the principal speaker at the conference of Story county Republic ans in the presbyterian Church in Nevada at 6 15 p. In. Thursday. W. P. Sim ends Knoxville will i tall. On Quot How when and Why o the newly formed Republican volume in of Low f in St inca Sis kit. Inc born thirty years too 5qon a s. A my. Of. Am my minn., where they will spend two Days with their daughters the misses Catherine and Ingeborg Larsen students it St. Olafs College. The Rev. Or. Larsen returned tuesday from Europe where he attended a world lutheran conference As a representative of lutheran churches in America. After the conference in october he visited in Norway and Sweden. Miss Alice airy is visiting in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. C. E. Airy in Nevada. First woman Rio de Janeiro fib Jean Batten 25-year-old new zealand flier who wednesday completed the first Solo flight across the South Atlantic Ever made by a woman took off from Natal for Rio de Janeiro at 10.05 gmt., 5.05 a. In est thursday. This family knows How to Quot go places Quot a and get things done in Quot they Hove o Rule for every cloy of the month this Friendly family who get things done who always Hove places to go and the time and Energy it takes. On the Host and lost of the month and Many times each Day in Between a they remember to use the Telephone Neh Vium a f t i f Lipomi it m a m y no Des Moines to a iowans were warned thursday by Federal meteorologist Charles d. Reed to prepare for much colder weather thursday night and Friday. Temperatures Reed predicted will drop to to degrees above Aero la the Northeast and Northwest thursday night As a High pressure area moves into Iowa. The temperature will reach 15 degrees Iii Southwest Low i and 25 in Southeast portions Reed said. North Central portions of the state the weather observer said will feel much colder weather thursday night and the Sharp Eold will move into the Eastern portion Friday. Rain and sleet were falling thursday at Sioux City and Council Bluffs. A Trace of rain was reported at Davenport. Wednesday night s Low temperature Wab 24 degrees at Sioux City. Swimming show to be staged Friday a swimming exhibition including comedy acts and demonstrations of water sports will be Given at 7 30 p. In. Friday in state Pool in the menus gymnasium at Iowa state College under the auspices of the porpoise club honorary fraternity for swimmers. About 50 men and women members of the College swimming team and coach c. E. Daubertt a classes will present a variety of acts in the water. Features of the program will be formations in the water by eight girls a water Polo game and races by the varsity and freshman swimming teams. At the hospitals Mary Greeley admitted mrs. A. W. Mcgee mrs. Ferrell Carr. Dismissed a. C. Hussong Ben Cole. Agni fitted dismissed College Elizabeth Hoyt. A Paul Harvey. A 7 la. State people at meeting of land Grant College group seven Iowa state College official will attend the annual Nutting of the land Grant College association. Nov. 18 to 20 at Washington d. C. Thiec who will re present the College Are or. R. E. Buchanan Dan of the graduate collage d a Genevieve Fisher of Home economics or. Charles e. Frisky vice president George Godfrey assistant to the president in agriculture Dean t. R. Agg of engineering Dean h. H. Kildee of agriculture and director r. K. Bliss of the Extension service. Births j to or. And mrs. A. W. Mcgee 417 sixth Street a son november 13 at the Mary Greeley Hospital. Slater Man Hurt Slater a Jacob Ersland who is Well if St 80 years of age slipped and fell at Home monday Dis locating ankle. Or. Ersland was unconscious for a time but is reported to be recovering Satis a Elm or. A _ new York stocks close today 2 persons fined for fast driving two persons were Brot into ame municipal court in the past few Days on charges of fast driving. Marvin Dooley Boone was fined to for fast driving. Donald Vitter Manson forfeited a $5 Bond when he failed to appear to answer Charger of exceeding the Speed limit. Liquor store in Des Moines lib a a state liquor store has been ordered opened at Correctionville nov. 18. Citizens of Correctionville recently lost a bitter court fight to relist installation of the store. Constitutionality of the Iowa liquor control act was contested in their suit. New York the a following Are j thursdays closing bids on the new York Stock Exchange a j american can ill american locomotive. 20% american t. And t.149 Anaconda. 22%. Atchison. T. In s. Of. 51% Bethley. In steel. 48 c. Amp n. W. Com. 2 i Chrysler. 87% Corn products. 78% i Dupont. .141% general electric. 40. I general motors. 58% International Harvester. 62% Montgomery Ward. 87% new York Central. 24% Pennsylvania r. A. 29% j Sears Roebuck. 65% i Standard Oil of a j .49% i it to de Baker. 7 % i. S. Rubber. 11% i Quot. 8. Steel. 45% Westinghouse electric. 95% Standard of of ind. 2� cities service. 2% Dies at Slater Slater a mrs. Louie Reinert son. 48. Died at her Home near Slater wednesday from a complication of diseases with which she had been ill the past six weeks. Funeral services will be held sunday at 2 p. In. From the Bethlehem lutheran Church with the Rev. E. R. Rorem in charge. Inter ment will be in the Church cemetery. Besides her husband two Daugh ters Arlene at Rochester Minn and Fay at Home and a son Kenneth. At Home mrs. Reinertson is survived by her Mother mrs. Julia Heggem of Slater and the follow ing Sisters and Brothers mrs. Era merhoff Peterson and miss Katherine Heggem of Ames mrs. Harold Jol Leon and miss Loretta beg Gem or Oakland calif., mrs. Ray Harmer of Gary ind., miss Janet Heggem of Chicago mrs. Thomas Skola of Nevada. Mrs. Herbert Nervig and mrs. Floyd Johnson of Slater and Sanford Heggem of is Moines. Ltd it gambling charge against herring collapses thurs. Des Moines Tda threats to arrest governor Clyde l. Herring j of Iowa on a gambling charge be i cause he bet a pig with governor Floyd Olson of Minnesota on the outcome of the Minnesota Low football game collapsed thursday. A warrant charging the Iowa executive with gambling was tossed into the executive wastebasket As newsmen photographers and a throng of curious crowd d into the Iowa Capitol to see How a governor would act when tilt Law rapped on door. It we As explained that governor Olson retained by herring As attorney had convinced Law officials that there was no Gamble in vol pc d. Boulder dam built for flood control continued from Page one veil administration. Finally a commission was created to investigate the problem with the result that Engineer spent 12 years surveying the River for a site. His selection was in Boulder Canyon reported Kirkpatrick. Yet after a visit at the proposed site by five congressmen they returned to Washington and urged that the dam be built in Black Canyon 12 Miles farther Down the River. The dam was built in Black Canyon but retained Tho name of Boulder dam. Altho built for flood control the electricity generated and already sold will pay for the construction of the dam and for its operation while the Lake created by the dam will be used immediately to irrigate two million acres with a pos sible to million acres coming under irrigation from the Lake within the next few years. Kirkpatrick explained the difficulties which had to be overcome in building a City in the hot desert for the 5,000 workers on the dam. And of the hazards of the task of preparing the Canyon Walls surveying the site and pouring the immense amount of Concrete Riuo the Many forms. The completed dam which actually required but two and one half years to build is 660 feet thick at the base 45 feet thick at. The top 728 feet High and 1,100 feet wide. The Lake created by the dam when filled will be 115 Miles Long and r3 Miles wide. In emphasizing the size of the dam Kirkpatrick reported that the dam is larger than All other dams in the world combined. Kirkpatrick concluded lecture by showing a number of slides of the dam in various stages of construction. Refreshments were served at that close of the talk. Rummage Sale saturday nov. 16 basement m. E. Church sponsored by division no. 8 to boy i can breathe now just a few drops of Vicks Vatro nol up each nostril reduces swollen membranes clears stuffiness brings prompt Relief. Used in time helps prevent Many colds. Vicks Vatro nol Regula size 30c. Double Quantity 50� Hope abandoned London to a Hope was All but abandoned thursday for is. Diaries Kingsford Smith australian aviator and t. J. Pethybridge co Pilot missing in the Bay of Bengal on an England Australia flight t h e Exchange Telegraph Singapore correspondent reported thursday. . Mat. 26c romantic woman % adventure kiss and Capitol a risking death for a nations Honor a no. In a smart girls with Ida Lupino Kent Taylor a no. 2�? big hearted Herbert with Guy Kibbee Aline Macmahon use Flash the biggest picture in to years is starting one Day Early bringing 5 thrilling Days to Ames Chicago Grain Range open wheat a High i. a july 89% 80% 59% 89% May 11% 9 it t 95 it j 95% dec. 94% 9.% 94% 95% Cohn july 60% 60% 60% 60 % May 59% 59% 59% 59% dec. 59% 60% g9% 59% Oats a july 21% 28% 28% 38% May 25% 2s% 25% 38% dec. 26% 27 16% 26% Rye a july 53% 63% 62% 52% mme 52% 52% m % re in a Fin p in inv la schedule Large Highway letting continued from Page one Humboldt Humboldt a 5.3 Miles on High j Way 369 North out of Humboldt. Humboldt a 0.3 mile on High a j 169 at c. And n. W. R. R. Crossing j North of Humboldt. Ida a 0.4 mile on Highway 20 Southeast of Holstein. Ida a 0.3 mile on Highway 20 Southeast of Holstein. Ida a 4.9 Miles on Highway 20 South of Holstein and Galva. Ida and Sac a 8.7 Miles on Highway 20 South of Galva. Pocahontas a 3.6 Railer on Biga Way 17 bit Ween Pocahontas Ani Mallard. Grading Clarke a to Miles on secondary Road in Washington township from Madison tout to line South Tow Ard c Sceolia Johnson a 8.4 Miles on Highway j 153 from Highway Isi South to i Oskaloosa. Ringgold 0.2 mile on second Ary Road in Section 14, Benton township t c. G. W. By. Crossing. Gravel surfacing Des Moines a 19,0 Miles on j various secondary roads. Hts a 9-7 Miles on secondary it Road North of Argyle and North of it. Madison. Johnson 18.0 utile in various it secondary roads Madison a 4.1 mile on county j Road q in Jefferson and Lee township. Madison a m mile on Highway 70 from Macksburg East to High Way 169. Monona 6 3 Miles on second an read Northwest from Moorhead to High a it 37 and on second a j of it i 1 Coo Woodbury county put Southwest to Orth a tatar. J

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