Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa
14 Nov 1935

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14 Nov 1935

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - November 14, 1935, Ames, Iowa A buy better in Ames Ames daily Tribune Ames Iowa thursday november 14, 1031 Page five Slang ame person Are Psi Chi officers two Ames persons were named to offices in Psi Chi National honorary psychology society at a business meeting of the group held recently at Iowa state College. Gertrude Cox of the statistical department of the College was elected vice president and Lawrence Loy mathematics instructor in the Abies High school was elected Sec it tary treasurer. Leverne Johnson of Milford graduate student at Iowa state was named to head the society. A Money Fricks London ukr a the Pound was $4.02 1-4 thursday. Gold was 141 shillings 4 1-2 Pence an ounce and the Dollar Price was 134.80, Gold sales were 105,000 pounds $516,862. French francs were 74 3-4 to the Pound. A a a a discount rate up Paris it a the discount rate of the Bank of France was raised from 3 percent to 4 percent thursday in order to Stem the outflow of Gold abroad. It s Economy to Burn this remarkable Coal Carbon King sold exclusively by the Ames Grain amp Coal co. Phone 6 evening gown Ames chiropractor takes study course or. C. B. Kerr Ames chiropractor is taking a four week s Post graduate course in the newest methods of chiropractic adjustments at the Jefferson la., clinic. The new method which is painless is known As the Logan Basic technique originated by or. B. Logan of St. Louis to. Or. Kerr is attending the clinic sessions in the mornings Only. Camp fire news the Ames Etab Camp fire group held its regular meeting tuesday and later went to the Ames pottery shop where the proprietor Howard Erwin showed the girls How pottery is made members of the group Tho the demonstration most interesting and later or. Erwin presented the gnat Dian with two vases which will be Given As prizes in contest to he held by the group later. Lan news continued from Page three the local group Myrtle Latherow act Powers and Edith Effing Well past president of Ames corps and Marie Fields Eva Kelley Edith Wilcox Dolly Nicholson Ollie Mccoy Mayme Shupe Martha Cole Anna Anderson Nina Mckinley Ada Lewis Hannah Buttolph and Edna Paley. The skirt draped to form a triple Volant of heavy Black ottoman or a part Lynx a its Rose anti Pink moire distinguishes Klau i la Tiv Ain i a this Schiaparelli Model. In Wir new store now serves Ames motorists opening Sale Friday and saturday we have taken Over the business of the Dahl tire co. And extend a cordial invitation to every Motorist and truck owner of Ames and Vicinity to attend our opening Sale Friday and saturday. Take advantage of today slow prices on tires and other driving needs. Take advantage of our easy terms you May pay at the end of the month or on our easy weekly pay plan. Terms to suit your convenience. No red tape or embarrassment. Presto Lite batteries a at prices for All pocketbooks and terms to suit you get our prices before you buy. $5.50 up Exchange As Low As soc a week sensational tire values As Low As 30x3vi cd. Other size at similar savings Goodyear Speedway Here a big tire values Tough thick treads with safety grip reinforced sidewalls. A super Wist c Ord plies. Guaranteed against Road hazards and defects. Compare the Quality at any it Here near these prices. 4.40-21�? i i 4.50-20�? $5.20 $5.50 4.50-21�? 4,75-19�? $5.70 $6.05 5.00-19 5,00-20�? $6.60 $6.70 opening Sale specials wings wings Home radio Auto radio \ great radio value. Gets american and foreign stations. $26.9$ Cash $1 99 a week enjoy your favorite radio programs As you ride with a new wings Auto radio a Quality features. $22.9$ Cash .06 a week spark pm Jos Goodyear. Top dressing a pint. Floor Mats each. Auto polish pint. Can. Re pair kits each. 58c 37c 89c 59c 15c j. D. Bennett , b. Peterson asst mgr. 412 main St. A Quot Quot a phone 560 t a my Nhi it to it to i feb i you la find better bargains every Day at wards horse hide mittens 49c menus. Serviceable Quality Grain horse hide fleece lined. Elastic web wrist Tan. Knit health Ards 79c medium weight rib Cotton. Snug sleeve ankle cuffs. Long or Short sleeves. 36-46. 59 heavy ribbed Cotton Well tailored. Also Long sleeve ankle length style. 6�? to boys Denim Coats 1.19 Blue Denim 2.4s it striped 14-ounce Cotton Blanket lining. Sizes 6 to 18. I <1 in v Corduroy 69 Rich colors for clothing or baby Carriage linings Burrow Wale. 36 in. Wide. Long Wear sheets 88c firmly pie Cotton. To 4x6 4 constr in. 42x38 cd men s Coats Moleskin cloth. A. Sheep lined real warmth and service in these Coats full.36 inches Long. Covers Down to hips. Wind resisting Moleskin thick sheep skin linings. Worn a Tine collars. Inner knitted wristlets sizes 36 to 48. Suede cloth shirts for men. A. Warm washable wards made them to give extra service. Extra Comfort Roomy. Cut full to True Sixes collars Art interlinked shoulder yokes double buttons unbreakable. Sixes 14 to i?1 j. Boy a ires 79c. I Amsl Jai 9/i of. A heavy Moleskin cloth work trousers we believe they re the beat made Strong cloth fleeced Back Black and Gray stripes. Long wearing. Boat sail Drill pockets Well bar tacked. Regular or extra sizes. Others $1.69. Our a a mechanics socks stand heaviest Wear wards a a mechanics stood up handsomely under the severe test at our Bureau of standards. Heavy 2-Thretd construction 3-thread at heels. Snug at tops. Plain colors. 9% to 12. Wool filled sateen comforters Lovely pastel sateen on both top and Back. Filled with Cream coloured All Wool. Solid color Borders with attractive Floral patterns. Scroll stitching. Cut size 72k84. Weight 4 pounds. Cotton filled Sil Kolt comforters. $2.98 extra heavy Woof Melton jackets $3.19 unusual at this Price because they have coat shaped sleeves that fit better. Heavy 33-ounce All Wool Melton cloth in Navy Blue slide Fastener. Wide Collar deep pockets. 36 to 46. Suede leather jackets for men slide fasteners suede leather is the popular Choice of smart sportsmen. Its pliable and Light weight yet keeps out wintry winds. Even a leather Waistband on this Ward jacket Brown Tan. 36-48. Corduroy Coats with lining of War sheepskin $3.98 one of the finest Ward Coats you can buy your son. Narrow Wale Corduroy for school and rough Wear knit wristlets and a mshields Are among the Quality details. Of Aba Tine Collar. Navy. 6 to isl rugged Black Elk leather work shoes men buy these Tow priced shoes and save they re built for Long Wear with heavy double Solo and leather heels sturdy Nail and s wed construction throughout a great Ward value $249 pair 70 x 80�?5% Wool plaid blankets pairs Lovely boudoir pastels with 3-Inch sateen binding. They re 5% Wool and 95% Fine Quality soft China Cotton absolutely no waste or shoddy. Cart yarn filling tor extra Wear. Weight j pounds. Size 72x90 in. 3 49 sue 72x84 in. $2.98 m of Comery Ward 327 main St. Phone 151 Ames Iowa

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