Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa 16 Nov 1935
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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - November 16, 1935, Ames, Iowa
To meet Here mor Iowa poultry breeders will study the portion of the new National Ira pro vement. Plan dealing with pro gent testing monday Anet tuesday at Iowa state College. Speakers on the program will be or. D. Warren Kansas state College poultry Gentile St or. N. F. Waters and or. H. L. I i eke of the College poultry husbandry department w. M. Vernon Extension poultry Man and or. J. A Lush of the animal Breeding subsection. Or. Warren will discuss inheritance of Bancha by Lily and Fertility of poultry or. Waters inheritance of egg weight and body weight or. Wlecke the value of vitamins for Breeding Birds or. Vernon inheritance of common defects and disqualifications in poultry and or. Lush genetic basis of selection. Iowa employment remains level Des Moines a employment in Iowa Industry remained Pratl rally unchanged o ring the month of october while Industrial payrolls were taking a slight dip Frank e. Wenig state labor commissioner reported saturday. His monthly Survey revealed that Industrial jobs during october increased Only one tenth of one percent Over saturday. Concert Here Fri Ira Schroeder member of the music faculty at Iowa state College was card in a piano recital of great interest and variety Friday evening la Catherine Mackay i auditorium. An enthusiastic Aud i ence filled the Hall. It is always difficult to give re cognition to the people with whom we live and it is easy to be carried away by the Glamour of the foreigner but the audience in Mackay Friday night was aware of hearing an artist of remarkable attainment. Or. Schrueder a opening number the Liszt piano version of a Bach Organ fantasia and fugue in g minor was beautifully played. A group of Chopin numbers was performed with great sensitiveness. Schroeder a Range a extensive As his playing of such diverse works As the Dohnanyi Capriccio the voor Rayolen a a Lullaby and Liszt a famous a la Campanella revealed. Out our Way wait a i mute Macks w who s hers i that k ski by William a is my Pace rep with Ketchup i act shop lunches pot up an t 1w it my Mouth amp your hands or is it my Hak dds Amo your Mouth we re pee dim Here 2 sir do we and Are a Ketchup Hemma a become a Mustard blonde a Coffee Brumet f a Bop of or a Strawser j Ohta my 3cam. A i key a re f Eatmom my 5am wich 77m 6ettim Houke Supak in soup but Dom t spill Amy More it s dust right wow. Bankers elect new Deal foe work Relief Job drive will be million Short Washington the $4,000,-000,000 work Relief program already a month behind schedule saturday entered the final two weeks before its dec i deadline More than 1,000,000 jobs Short of its goal. Slowness of the drive in transferring needy from direct Relief Rolls to Federal payrolls led officials to predict that some states might receive emergency Relief Grants next month. An estimated 2,300,000 persons now Are working on projects leaving administrator Harry l. Hopkins about 1,200,000 Short of the 3,500,000 he had promised to employ by november 15. Townsend club to meet monday the Townsend club of Ames will meet monday evening at 7 30 in the i. O. O. F. Hall. There will be a special program from 7 30 until 8, when a special speaker to be Brot Here from Des Moines by mrs. Matie Paine will be heard. Legal notices an outspoken enemy of the new Deal orral w. Adams of Salt Lake City. Abote automatically will become president of the american Bankers association in 1937. He was elected second vice president at the Bankers convention in new Orleans after stirring a bitter debate by advocating a Boycott on Federal Bonds. Notice of appointment notice of the appointment of b. J. Mat Lier adm Inlet rut or. State of Iowa Story county no. Notice in hereby Diven that the undersigned has been duly appointed anti qualified As administrator of the estate of Mary c. Mather deceased late of Story county. All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims against the same will present them linty authenticated to the undersigned for allowance and file in Tho office of the Cle re of the District court. B. J. Mather administrator. Arthur Buck attorney. Dated november 15, 1835. L. E. Davisson. Clerk District court published in Tho Ames daily Tribune nov. ,-23-30, i936. V the till by inca 9esvicc. Inc t m. Sec to a a sat off mme. Stavisky goes to court on display sat. A Sun. A Mon. Nov. 16-17-18 Pontiac for 1936 see 5 of the new Silver Streak models at Dirksen amp Samuelson too fifth St. 1 announcement Iii Iii we have secured the Fern ices of lit Wmk Dotson it operator in our Shoppe and will appreciate your patronage. Les Vickery Beauty Shoppe phone 887-vv games for Leisure hours Rook touring flinch old maid authors Keeno anagrams Ioc to $1.00 Reynolds amp Iversen mrs. Bakke Speaks at la. City meet mrs. Josephine anti quist Bakke Blate 4 ii dub Leader and Mary Al la be the Grieve Webb represented state College on the program of the annual convention of Iowa Home economics clubs at Iowa City saturday. Mrs. Bakke spoke on a Home economics in education and miss Grieve presided at a luncheon this i noon at the no varsity of Iowa memorial Union. Miss Louise la Engle of the foods and nutrition staff at Iowa state and several members of the Home economics club at the College were also present at the convention tuesday Ames Day at automobile show tuesday nov. 19, has been designated As a games Day at the Des Moines automobile show. Representatives of the Mathison motor company the Max adult cd Auto Exchange the Allen motor company the w. H. Nutty garage the gee Sparks Nash company the Ames Oldsmobile company and Dirks a Sara ebon Auto company., j Havi been invited to serve a mein-1 hers of a reception committee at i the coliseum in Des Moines to Welcome visitors from Ames to the show. Labor relations act which Gav it employees the right to organize for collective bargaining. A a -4--�?� of tines out that a California football player was nut himself authorities might now investigate members of the Northwestern team that beat notre Dame now that new cars Are equipped with cocktail bars Drivers at least May Benefit the Back seat Driver can be kept Busy mixing old Tash loners. Stories in Stamps by i. S. Klein drench Island. Bus base 5t y to j to j Chiang reforms China a defense tue French language Laws an customs prevail on the Moui Taino us Island of Mauritius tha lies Seine distance East of Mads i Gascar in the Indian Ocean. By Tokyo vie a dispatches telling great Britain has owned this Bleak i of general Chiang Kai Shekus Pur spot since jilt and now is con ported plans for reorganization of sidelong its use As a naval base. I China s entire military defens discovered in 1507 by the Portu i system Rod reporting mass troop p �8e Friend Quot a Unin 1 movement. In North Chin. A a a a a 1 Quot a. 11 in 1598. They named it Mauritius rated interest in the. North thin. It or it Matuu. But situation in Tokyo in quiday. It they in 1710, several tat. While nit hers of the japanese res to Cabin t still were in Kyu i u pre soon the French took Over the Celure scene of the recent Arny j Island imported thousands of Maneu vers Aud no official state j africans and introduced sugar Blent had been made government j planting they changed the name official were deeply concerned j to lie de France but the British Over the situation and maintained stored the former name when constant communication Villi Jap Tuuk control. Today Tori Luu t of or in attired her intent look showing so Iru Liiva Tho seriousness of the accusations against her. Mme. Ariette Stavisky widow of the alleged Arch swindler is shown Here As she entered court in la Aris where she is on trial with 19 others she la charged with guilty knowledge of the activities of h a r husband w Hose operations Are said to have involved High French Eft Ciais officers ii various pm to companies cited under labor act Washington in id a i he West pm Union Telegraph company and j the Mackay radio company Friday j Ware charged by the National labor relations Board with violation of the w Agner labor disputes act. J both com a it if Are reported i Reedy of fight the charges to the limit 1 what Goi of in i. He i j Arm maj Quot i to Quot Down Ltd a a to the a principal City is a a Iulg pot it French English Indian a to least chinese malays and a Here Mauritius on of the Cai meet countries to Issue Post see Stamps. The brat stamp was marked a from office a instead of Quot fast paid Quot Iii error and is Worth several thousand dollars As a remit the stamp shown her pictures the Island cos of Sims sad is quit Ooin Ron. A i i Man n a % via Library to hold open House Sun continued from Page one a Jane Addams of Hull House a a simple and Thot Ful biography by Winifred e. Wise. Another chronicle of famous women is a in Calico and crinoline a by Evelyn picked. A Good boarding school Story is a great rarity but a a Diana a feathers by Theodra Debois can qualify. There is skill and humor in the telling spice in the plot and then there is Diana. Two other girl heroines of originality and Charm Are Penny and Lona to be found respectively in a Penny for Luck by f. Means and in a Zlona of Hollybush Creek by Genevieve Fox. A distinguished Junior biography is Elizabeth Janet Gray so Young Walter Scott a Book with a quiet excellence and an enthusiasm for Scott that will surely Lead to a better appreciation of his novels. A a it a More fun when you know the rules by Beatrice Pierce unravels Many Fine Points of etiquette for the senior High school age. Arthur Ransome originally a British War correspondent in Russia writes the Best books imaginable for Young people. His a scoot club needs no introduction to that Large and Livo by flock of boys and girls who con stantly Reat and re read a Swallow and amazons and a Peter it is a matter of note that the Early chapters of Lincoln Steffens autobiography have been published this fall As a boy on and the admirers of a David cop Perfield in the movies will certainly enjoy a people from Dickens by Rachel Field in this Beautiful volume one of the Best living writers for Young people and one of the most pleasing illustrations Thomas Fogarty and Rachel Field Combine to make the stories of Charles Dickens enticing. Children of that indefinite i i dle age from eight to 12 will find their full share of treasure in this year crop. For pictures there is h. Hollings a Book of for Charm and distinction of sty1 there is Quot Golden Horseshoe by Elizabeth Coatsworth. To entice Little boys who like dogs better than books there is a is Rndy a kingdom by Mary g. Davis. The perk i Sltes will shout when they discover a the chinese the Pioneer Lover will All want a Susan and Arabella pioneers by Rhod a Morris. And when they get it they will meet that unforgettable and Lovely person of history Narcissa Whitman of Oregon. Everybody will read a emr. Tidy paws by f. Sayer because its ways Are so original and its mails so magical. Many will enjoy Phil Stongh sturdy wonder tale Quot honk. The and the Best Book of them All is to be saved for telling at Story hour 10 30 every saturday morning. It is a the Good master by hate Ber Edy. We begin it this week. The books for beginners in Reading show improvement every year As the Story tellers get together with the educators and learn a lit tie about vocabulary requirements in various Glades the Best on1 it this year Are a ted and Nina Quot by Marguerite Rio Angell Ami a groan of three Small ones by Dale la it a Flack and sick called Quot a to Quot three circus Days 5s a thriller for the first Grade an and some can read even harder on a. The prize for Calor la picture Hook should certainly a to Esta Beth Maceio try for Quot Aladdin and in wonderful lamp a such enor Moas Genie such glowing Meyeis. Such furious flies and such rain Baw coloured r loud of magi smoke were sever mat in a Book before. Yet almost As Lovely is the quiets a children of the Northern lights by Edgar and inert Daulaire reproduced by an infinitely painstaking method in coloured lithographs. But Why describe picture books a t hey were made to be seen. They Are a a ailing to be seen at the ame Public Library Nett sunday be in t to Cobb % i e. O. W. Club Ltha dinner meeting members of the e. O. W. Bridge club enjoyed their dinner meeting at the Bungalow tearoom Friday evening. After the dinner the group went to the Home of or. And mrs. M. B. Griffith 922 ninth Street where Bridge was played at three tables. High score was held by m. B. Griffith and second High by or. Harold Buck. Or. And mrs Chester d. Lee and or. And mrs. Herman Cole Are new members of the club. Or. And mrs. Harold Buck Are chairmen for the next meeting dec. 6. A 4 a botany dept. Annual dinner members of the botany department held their annual dinner Friday evening at the Bungalow tearoom. After the dinner the members went to the Lovely new Home of or. And mrs. Howard Porter on Oakland a venue where a housewarming was held. The evening was spent informally in a musical program dancing and cards. 4 4 4 league holds member Alp Tea the first membership Tea Given by the Ames league of women voters was a most delightful affair of Friday afternoon at the Home of mrs. E. W. Lindstrom on Oakland Avenue. Forty members and guests took advantage of the Opportunity of becoming better acquainted with each other and of hearing of the numerous activities of the state and National league. Mrs. F. B. Paddock president of the Ames league welcomed Tho group and spoke briefly on the work of the league and of its importance to women. She introduced officers of the local league and named the department chairmen mrs. J. I. Mather government and child welfare mrs. Ralph Mayo International cooperation mrs. S. W. Needham government and education mrs. E. W. Lindstrom economic welfare mrs. Adolph Shane government and its operation mrs. I. J. Scott governmental Legal status of women. Mrs. Shane mrs. Scott mrs. Lindstrom and mrs. Mayo spoke briefly of their various departments. Or. Thomas f. Crocker founder of the local league who had the privilege of attending the National meeting of the league of women voters in Washington d. C., told of the highlight of the conference she also named sever. Sin my Calendar saturday willing workers monday Post matrons club Art div. Acc modern literature f 4v c legion auxiliary. I Beta Phi alumnae. Tuesday Roosevelt p. T. A. Willard w. T. U. A1 women prominent in the nation who Are league members and gave a Brief resume of the objectives of the league. Tea was served during the social hour. The lace covered table was entered with a Silver bowl filled witty baby chrysanthemums in White and Lavender and tall Ivory tapers in Silver holders. Mrs. Minn e Allen poured. 4 4 4 i Beta Phi Alumna Tea the i Beta Phi alumnae will entertain at a settlement school Tea at the chapter House monday from 2 to 5 30 p. In. 4 4 4 Willard w. T. U. To meet tuesday the Willard w. T. U. Will meet with mrs. George Mellor 602 Clark Avenue tuesday afternoon at 2 36. Mrs. Ellen Cox will be i0 charge of the lesson. 4 4 4 legion Aux. Meeting monday the american legion auxiliary will meet in regular session monday evening in the legion club rooms. Those having donations for the thanksgiving Basket Are asked to bring them to the meeting or rail mrs. B. Kerr at number 1960-w. 4 4 4 Are Host to Bridge club or. And mrs. W. L. Harper were hosts Friday evening to members of the travelling twelve Bridge dub at a 6 30 dinner and Bridge. High score for the women a games was held by mrs. Homer Daggett and mrs. E. A. Thomas held Low. Or. Harper was High for men and e. A. Thomas was Low. 4 4 4 entertain at birthday dinner mrs. D. U. Osborn entertained n group of friends thursday evening at her Home 113 Kellogg Avenue in Honor of the birthday anniversary of her son r. E. Osborn a beautifully decorated birth Daji cake entered the table. The evening was spent informally. Or. Osborn received Many gifts from his friends. Announcement. A a b. F. Knudson 718 Duff avenues phone 1716�?Ames, Iowa has been awarded the general Agency contract for the lutheran brotherhood Legal Reserve life insurance of Minneapolis Minnesota. Anyone desirous of obtaining life insurance Protection Call or write or. Knudson for information concerning Twenty pay life Ordinary life Twenty year retirement brotherhood special family income ten year term juvenile insurance contracts. Gas Bill remarks a Why not get All the Gas service you can it s so cheap and does so much for you. Fave you Ever figured up How cheaply Gas works for you it will prove a revelation to you when you do so and just to let you see How surprised you la be Here Are some facts. 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